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he made a mistake. lou: 85% accuracy. thank you both. appreciate it. thanks for being with us. congressman tom marino. we hope you will be with us. good night from new york. kennedy: hello and welcome to the hump. last night i watched as hillary clinton made history. she payment first female presumptive nominee of a national party and she did it wearing a handsome tunic from the kim jong-un bridal collection. >> we are all standing under a glass ceiling right now. tonight's victory is not about one person, it belongs to
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generations of women and men who struggled and sacrificed and made this moment possible. kennedy: it's so beautiful. what is she talking about standing under a glass ceiling. 8 years ago when she made that speech it was better. if it's still there, she hasn't done her job. what should have been bernie's california dreaming turned into california screaming. he lost by double digits in the golden state which did nothing to dampen his illusion as the nutty professor vowed to press on. >> we are going to fight hard to win the primary in washington, d.c. then we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to philadelphia, pennsylvania. kennedy: oh, that philadelphia.
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don't stop believein, bernie. if this history-making foe is stuffed in a meat wagon, somebody will have to stand by to pick up the pieces of hillary's shattered dreams. we did get another taste of the bloody general election last night. and this shaved crimson will give us just a taste of hillary and donald and their sexy back and forth. >> donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander-in-chief. >> hillary clinton turned the state department into her private shej fund. >> he's trying to wall off americans from each other. >> the clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. kennedy: but not the art of the deal. you are addicted to the drama
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and main lining political feuds. these donors have plenty of diamondbacks. bernie disclinging like methadone. the drawnout campaign still has a few tricks up its sleeves. president obama is about to get more involved in the campaign for his successor. a private company wants to mine minerals on the moon. but they have more than gravity working against them. federal regulations. glad you are here. let's get to it. i'm kennedy. hillary clinton clinched that democratic nomination yesterday.
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let's ask my party pant tonight. it's dagen mcdowell. she cities joined by rick unger and tom shillue is here, host of "red eye." you are a lady. how historic is this for ladies? yea for the uterus. >> i think a lot of women are look at this saying we would love to have a female nominee. but this nominee? she hitched her wagon to that if i land during husband and rode it here. that's what she had to put up with for all these years. when you talk about gender to a voter, it's saying you should
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only eat in restaurants with female chefs. kennedy: the identity politics are annoying, frustrating and insulting. how did she win california by so much. what happened? >> i don't know. typically if you have tight polling, bernie is usually the one who comes out ahead. i don't know what happened. my best guess, the older population turned out in a large number. there was a thought -- about half the votes there were mailed in and this is typically older voters. older voters ternldsed to go towards hillary. >> two weeks of it's over. maybe that's what it is. >> you know what else probably helped? her speech last week. it wasn't even a foreign policy speech. so i don't think they could have gone the that from it. i think it was a speech aimed at california all along.
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and i think you will have to look at it and see how it develops. but i have a feeling that speech paid off for her. kennedy: i think she got high marks for that. the a.p., i felt that was so irresponsible. >> i thought it would hurt her. kennedy: i thought she was working with the a.p. because then every other news organization says the a.p. says she is the presumptive nominee. >> this is a woman who has been staying at or renting space in the white house since i was in college. and all of a sudden a woman. house this hillary clinton? i have never heard of her. she has been around a while. it's not that historic. we have been patting ourselves on the back ever since obama was elected. it is amazing. >> weir 50 years behind india
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when it comes to electing a female leader. >> there are plenty of countries elected female leaders. it shouldn't be that big of a deal. i side with the and materials support horse say she is not necessarily a woman voter but very exciting. the email scandal, is bernie a protest candidate or is he banking on a clinton i am flowing? is he supposed to get out of the race and let joe come in when the cuffs go on? >> the cuffs are unlikely to go on. if they do go on then it's going to be joe anyhow. it won't be bernie even if the cuffs go on. kennedy: even though he's got pledged delegates. >> if he got superdelegate votes, i talked to a lot of the members of the dnc.
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if that were to happen you would see that convention adjourned so it could go to the other process, they go to the dnc and they take the nominee. if they do it at the convention, though, obviously all those first ballot commit thes will go away. but i don't think it would be bernie. kennedy: i think that's an outrage. i think people should revolt if that happens. i don't think paul ryan or mitt romney or joe biden should parachute in at the last minute. >> in spirit you are right. the parties can do woofer they want. they are parties. so you have to let them do what they will. but bernie is smart. he should stay in. it's not just the indictment. it's all that coughing. she is still coughing a lot. kennedy: she gets so happy when
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she is drinking something. i don't know what it is. that's it. i don't want to be anywhere near if some how he wasn't the nominee. she is indicted and bernie sanders isn't nominated. i don't think there is anything that's going to happen from the f.b.i. for one reason. because president obama has already come out and given one campaign speech for her. they made it very clear that endorsement is coming very soon. that's the piece that justice is not going to take its proper course. if this were happening on the republican side you would be apoplectic. >> i wouldn't. the f.b.i. will do its
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investigation. kennedy: it's the justice department. >> that's a possibility. but the guy who runs the f.b.i. is straight air owe. if he recommends indictment and the justice department or the white house plays around with it, we'll know. this will not stay a secret. kennedy: his legacy is more important to him. >> i'm talking about the head of the f.b.i. kennedy: james comey will say she should be indicted and the president will say we are good. donald trump changed his tone in last night's speech. but will it be enough to calm those jittery republicans. closing the stage
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kennedy: the republican establishment has been concerned about donald trump's rhetoric. but last night he embraced a more composed demeanor. >> people say i'm too much of a fighter. but my preference is always peace. i built an extraordinary business on relationships and deals that benefit all parties involved always. kennedy: peaceful parties.
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is trump cooling down in time for the general election? the party and is back. he said he's never going to let you down. >> i think he need to be boring now. some people said the speech was boring. he's looking back and forth at the teleprompter. that's not the trump we know and love, but that's the trump we need. he will calm them -- if he's just normal and boring the next 6 months the bernie bros will stay home. i think he should be boring. forget the personality. it's over. >> it's a contest to see who you can vote against the most passionate. >> he won't win over bernie bros. i think a lot of them will stay home. he was a little boring, but it won't last because he's not capable of controlling himself. kennedy: but the union workers
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and the ones who have been so shut out by this economy and trump is making very populist overtures. reporter: the afl-cio is so worried about him winning over the union voters they started using talking points against him. >> union members voted for scott walker when it was the recall time. if trump were. >> the kind of republican candidate, i could see the point. they are not going to get it. kennedy: i know some of the people who hate him. it's like hillary clinton. they despise him. the people who love him, love him. but it's the ones in the middle they have to fight for. >> in the "wall street journal" polls he has been able to pull
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some away from her. it's something. she is losing support and he's gaining it. kennedy: you say he has to be boring. i agree if he has to stay on mess and. but can he do that? and when he's challenged by the reporter and gets defensive. >> he acts like a professional wrestler, but he's smart. he's not a dumb guy. he knows what works. this has worked so far. we were waiting for him to pivot toward the general election. >> rick player the hair. kennedy: luckily the panel
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kennedy: with primary season, president obama is look to get more involved. should mr. trump be sweating about the president and all of his tools? let's ask tim carney. the president is desperate to insert himself into the race.
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he really can't help himself, can he? >> it's interesting. president obama is amazing at the primary skills of getting people to vote for him. but he hasn't proven any success with secondary political skills getting the public to support his legislation or getting people to vote for other people he tells them to vote for. he couldn't do this in 2010 or 2014. can he pass off some of that obama ballot box magic to hoik? if he does, it will be the first time he has done it. kennedy: donald trump will campaign against the failures of his administration. he's also more popular than donald trump or hillary clinton. how does that play into it? >> he's not just more popular than both of them.
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if you look back over recent or medium term political history. we haven't had an exiting president who was close to this popular. george w. bush was far worse. you have to go back to ronald reagan to find a guy who's close to this popular. i think part of his popularity is how close he is to. overat does not come naturally to hillary clinton. obama, on the other hand, he can pull it off. kennedy: i think he's better at the sparring necessary to take on donald trump. hillary clinton has positioned herself as being tough and no nonsense. the president reached out to
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hillary and bernie. he's resentful of both of them. he always had a contentious relationship with hillary clinton that goes back to 2008. bernie is running against the president's campaign as much as donald trump. of these two people who does he resent more? >> i think he'over the hillary thing from '08. he's a fierce competitor. people who play basketball with him talk about that. he wants to beat you. once he beat her he was fine with that. bernie sanders was saying obamacare was a mistake. this is his pride and joy. but the irony is obama is stronger with the left than hillary is. while obama is seen as, you know, not a total success. hillary is seen on the left as the establishment, the wall street type. so he might have a better reach into bernie's camp as far as
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pulling people over to hillary. but bernie is running against a bit of obama's legacy. kennedy: hillary clinton is so confident about not being indicted. have you heard anything about that or am i creating conspiracies out of thin air? >> it's easy to guess what sort of conspiracy might be going on. when i talk to the f.b.i., they say justice doesn't like to get involved and interfere with a nomination. it would have been more likely to indict her if bernie had beaten her. but we don't know what's going on. at least i don't. hillary is acting as if she feels she is pretty safe from any prosecution. but, you know, why act any differently.
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and at baltimore orioles. that might seem like a bit of an overreaction. but this isn't just about one stray ball in one game. the tension goes back many generations and is a long standingified. they are so angry. a spokesman for the orioles says the next game will be blade a chainsaw. topic 2. say what you will about the obesity epidemic. some creatures love chubby humans. mainly bears. particularly this crafty honey lover who found a way to get
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into the hearts and mind and car of mindless bear watchers who forgot to lock the door. >> oh, my goodness! i love their helpless screams. we have to stop the video there because he used his claws to get into the car and eviscerate the family. he saved the chunky ones for last. topic number 3. folding laundry is the worst, and it's tedious and butlers are so expensive these days. wouldn't it be great if scientists invented a machine that folded laundry for you? they are work on an automated
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folding machine that can fold, sanitize and dewrinkle a shirt in 10-20 seconds. it's bogo time. but don't shoot your butler just yet. you have to place your clothes in special hooks. so the whole thing might be superfluous. are any of the robots i bought worth it? like my smoke machine. how about that potato chip eating machine that blind my husband. was it worth it for the tasty convenience? and i'm not sure this next thing is what i bought it for. it cost a lot of money, though.
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it's so automated. i just love that thing. topic number 4. there are two things everyone likes. everyone likes arson and everyone likes basketball. but has anyone thought to combine them? recently some young scholars merged the two. it's pretty cool but it's so dangerous. it seems like the kind of thing we should outsource to robots. see if you can spot the robot.
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tweet me @kennedynation. tweet me and use #topicalstorm. washington, d.c. is going to jack up the minimum wage. will it help workers at the bottom or will it push them out. are we at the dawn of a new space age? because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. even well fitting dentures let in food particles. just a few dabs of super poligrip free is clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. so it's not about keeping my dentures in, it's about keeping the food particles out. try super poligrip free.
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[♪] kennedy: the district of columbia approved a measure to raise the min a number wage $15 an hour. about half of washington's employers say they will have to lay off or reduce hours for their employees after the last
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hike. the party panel is back. dagen, you are a business expert. let's talk about fall the ways the minimum wage can hurt those it's aiming to help. >> employers ends up cutting jobs and automating so they don't have to have human beings working there or they raise prices which hurts the customer base. you have seen this happen in cities across the country. 15 is the new standard for the very liberal left. in san francisco, seattle, los angeles, now new york. and in d.c. but you have to go -- you hear from business people, you see tonight these stories, and the left does not listen. you hear fast food chains and restaurants owners say we are not going to open new restaurants in these cities and create jobs because half of the people who get the minimum wage
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are between the ages of 16-24, and these businesses are not going the take a chance on a young worker with no experience if they have to pay them $15 an hour. kennedy: you shut young workers and minorities out of the job market. >> it's a hard conversation if you are trying to be objective. a lot of those restaurants will go out mated. they are going to automation because it's called progress, and that's what's happening in society. kennedy: we talked to restaurants owners and bookstore sell horse have to go out of business in the big cities because they can't afford it. >> let's look at what's happening. in seattle that's the problem. if you look at the original data in seattle it turned out to be completely inaccurate. i'd followed up for a piece and went and talked to some of those same restaurant owners. and they were saying yes be i
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closed this restaurant because i was opening up two in these other parts of seattle. so the jury is out. i won't sit here and tell you it won't have a bad effect because it might. kennedy: it's an artificial imposition on the market that should determine wages. that's the most these people will make. somewhat do you do if the market is unreasonable as they are today when it comes to worker payments. >> if you look at the average full-time work at wal-mart, they make $13.50 an hour. but you also get benefits. kennedy: i want to bring tom in. >> it's all republicans' fault
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because what you just said and what you just said were great concise arguments that republicans are unwilling to make. if they are unwilling to say that minimum wage laws get people fired, we say it on our shows but they don't say it. you actually made an honest point. you articulated it against the minimum wage and they won't do it. they are afraid of losing the issue so they don't make the case. >> all they want is unionization paid for byes seiu. you get $15 minimum wage and the unions say we can get you a pass on it if you have a collective bargaining agreement. that what's we are counting on. kennedy: then it turns into crony capitalism. then you have the businesses
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like with obama care who are shielded from these regulations because they work with lawmakers and help write the laws and the smaller businesses are sham strung by regulation it's too expensive for them to comply. they go out of business or don't start up in the first place. that's how you get this economic stagnation. government and their overarching policies will never be the answer to creating jobs. >> i own a lot of small businesses. and i have never felt hamstrung by regulations. kennedy: because you are rich. >> it doesn't matter. >> my family ran a small wholesale grocery business and it's the central reason why they hate government. it was all the regulations that big companies could manage and big companies could manage but they couldn't with a small number of employees. >> you articulated a great
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kennedy: a rape case in stanford university prompted an outrage.
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the rapist got only months in jail because the judge said being in prison would have a severe impact on him, an doesn't believe the former student poses a risk to others, unless they are passed out behind dumbsters. this is one of those cases that gets national spotlight. people are so outraged for a number of reasons. first of all it' the story. and now you have this the lenient sentencing. why do you think the june went so light on him? >> the judge preside over the whole more than you, me and everyone else reading the newspaper except the people in that courtroom. he's in a position to know everything that happened. he knows all the the facts. he heard from every one. he read all the letters. and maybe he knows what it's
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like to go to prison because we all hear these numbers. just go in your bathroom all by yourself without your phone and tv, close the door and sit there for a half-hour. and see what it's like. when a young kid like this goes into the california prison system. he will be put in protective custody. you know how they protect people in jail? they isolate them. kennedy: if one of my daughters was the one passed out behind the dumbster, i would want them to go away for life.
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>> that's why the parent don't make the decisions. but the word we are leaving out here is alcohol, alcohol, alcohol. if you take alcohol out of this equation there is no crime. he's so drunk he doesn't remember what happened. she is so drunk she is unconscious. kennedy: he would have stayed on top of her but he ran away when he was confronted by two guys. he knew what he was doing was wrong. >> he was convicted and going to jail. what the dad said about having a felony record is a tremendous price to pay. it is. when you are 0 years old and you now know -- there is a ton of stuff you will never be able to do in terms of making a living and having a productive life. the dad's point is he's suffering even if you don't send him to jail for what he did. and the dad came under a tremendous amount of heat for
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defending his son. i don't think he meant sexual activity. kennedy: to have someone read your statement and edit your word. >> i was a prosecutor, i am a defense attorney. i have been on both side. we should vet judges to be the best judges they can be. he articulated it. we have the when criminal justice system. it's par from perfect. but thoughtful judge hearing the evidence said this is the reason why i'm giving this sentence. >> it seems like rich people get different justice in this country. >> 100%. it has to do with the representation you get. families who have money to hire
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a law firm that will put the evident, energy and intelligence into it will get better representation than those who can't afford it. kennedy: if this kid came from an under privileged background and wasn't a cleaningiate swimmer, do you think he would have gotten the same sentence? >> probably not. because there would not have been an advocate for him. there wouldn't have been the lawyers, lawyering, and the father fathering. kennedy: we are better people for this conversation. thank you, arthur. >> i'm a better person for hanging out with you. your humility is your greatest trait. >> so is my bald head. kennedy: there is a company trying to make it to the moon. but it has to overcome a lot more than gravity.
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kennedy: fly me to the moon. a startup moon express wants to fly to the moon to take advantage of resources like platinum and helium. but it will have to obtain permission from the government first. joining me is dr. michio kaku. so this is exciting. a private company going up and mining minerals. >> the backers of this technology say we are beginning to watch the beginning of a gold rush. a stampede of all sort of commercial entities wanting to get the $20 million prize to the commercial group who could put
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the operation on the moon. we are talking about off the shelf technology initiating a new chapter in space exploration. kennedy: what does this do for our quest to know more about the heavens? is it a good thing for science to have these private explorations? >> science liked the fact that the initial deliveries to the moons will be telescopes so we know more about the moon and mineral content and geology. but after that mining operations could begin. kennedy: will they be manned? >> the $20 million exploration of the moon is robotic. to go into outer space casts $10,000 a pound. to go to the moon costs $100,000 a pound.
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to put life support and october general masks and toilets on the moon, that's expensive. and robots are cheap and they don't have to come back, they are disposable. kennedy: the moon express is lobbying to get the rights. >> we have a treaty that says nations cannot have sovereignty over parts of the moon. but it doesn't say anything about private corporations. many people say it's like the ocean. no one owns the ocean. but everyone can use the oceans for commercial ventures. so the moon could be like the ocean. kennedy: can science bring you back from the dead? a company is offering to preserve your brain for $80,000.
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or your whole body for $200,000. should we all stock up and ice and anti-freeze? this is interesting. for $80,000, they put you in an ice bath and put anti-freeze in your body. >> as p.t. barnum once said. there is a sucker born every minute. i think it's a wild goose chase. however, that doesn't mean in the far future we might not have some form of immortality by freezing yourself. but it's not ready for prime time. when you freeze tissue and thaw tissue out, you get a lot of dead tissue. ice crystals form. you have to put anti-freeze to keep the crystals from forming, but anti-freeze is tax i can. frogs and fish will freeze in the wintertime.
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in the springtime you see frogs and fish jumping out of the ice. but animals use anti-freeze glucose. that amount of glucose will kill you. the anti-freeze is fox nick these situations. kennedy: people from flushing $80,000 count toilet. >> people do strange thing for the prospect of immortality, even doing crazy things on a wild goose chase. kennedy: we have to have optimist who say one day we may be able to solve this problem. they are baby steps. frozen baby steps. thank you so much for being here. very good. i always love hearing his per peck stiff on things. thank you for watch knowledge
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the show tonight. tomorrow i have judge napolitano, lisa booth and jonathon hone is. email me any time. hate mail is tomorrow night. web. kennedy: . i love your unfrozen head. good night. the biggest trees i've ever seen, and they're beautiful. >> the redwood forest has been on the planet since the dinosaurs. >> then the ax men cometh. one makes a redwood his ultimate log cabin... >> what? >> ...a log-rolling attraction. it's her strange inheritance. >> i was the only child, so i knew i was always gonna get the log. >> but the road takes its toll. >> it's hard to be the log lady and have a life and be the truck driver and the repair person and do it all. >> she's got a big decision to make. >> she sure does, jamie. she sure does. >> and what happens when it's time for the log to be inher


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