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so tune in tomorrow night because we will have senator marco rubio. we will also have rich lower arery who is going to break a big story within the republican party. looking forward to seeing you then. dvr us if you haven't already. i'm megyn kelly. this is the kelly file. welcome to hannity. and tonight the iowa caucuses are just 12 days away and a the rivalry between g.o.p. frontrunners donald trump and senator ted cruz is intensifying. according to the latest real clear politics average the two candidates are neck and neck in the hawkeye state donald trump with it .8% of the vote senator ted cruz behind at 26.6%. here with reaction, 2016 republican presidential candidate texas senator ted cruz. senator, good to see you again. welcome back. >> sean, great to be with you. >> i have got to tell you, this has really become a slug fest in the minds. i have friends that support you. i have friends that support trump, it's palpable.
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and there is almost like an anger that's building between the two camps. from your perspective, how do you see this competition? >> well, listen, i agree that donald seems to be getting very angry. he is rattled and he is tossing out a lot of insults. i have no intention of responding in kind. i don't intend to insult him. in fact, i like donald. i respect him. i'm interested in getting into a mudslinging fight. if he wants to do that, that's his choice. i won't be doing it. what i will be doing is keeping ÷ the race focused on issues and substance. i think that's what the voters expect. i think that's what they deserve. and right now, the men and women of this country are trying to make the determination who is best prepared to be commander and chief. and who can we trust to be a consistent conservative? we're tired of getting burned. who can we trust to actually deliver on and do what they say they will do. >> do you now see this as a two man race? i see the polls. obviously tight in iowa.
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tight for second place according to the polls in new hampshire. you are in second place in south carolina. second place in florida. second place in georgia. first place in utah in a poll that came out this week. >> yeah. >> is it a two man race in your mind? >> you know, sean, i think it very much is becoming a two man race between me and donald. one with of the really strong signs of that is you are seeing the washington establishment dumping their candidate. so, for example, a lot of the establishment had been behind marco rubio. they have decided now he doesn't have a path to victory. they are moving to donald trump. we are seeing that more and more. and, you know, it's kind of curious. donald is publicly bragging abouvh how all the big establishment players are getting behind him and his criticism of me is he said i went to washington and actually stood up and fought in washington and donald has said well, the problem he has with me is that i won't go along to get along in washington. i won't cut deals. and donald has promised he
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will go to washington and cut deals and go along to get along. you know the conservatives across the country, i don't think the problem with washington is we haven't had enough republicans willing to cut deals with the democrats democrats. the problem is republican leadership cuts deals every day with the democrats horrible omnibus that funded all of obama's big government priorities and the establishment seems to have made a determination donald trump a guy they can make a deal with who will continue the cronyism and corporate bailouts for big banks. and i think we are seeing conservatives getting behind us and we are seeing the washington establishment getting behind donald trump interestingly enough. >> it's interesting you reveal it thatj way. i have always thought the establishment despised both of you. and i don't mean that in a bad way. i'm a proud insurgent supporter if you will in this election because, like you, i feel that washington republicans failed us when
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you say you are requesting to fight in 2010 repeal replace. wouldn'tous the purse: stop amnesty funded it and punted it to the courts. how do you fight that battle if you get to be commander and chief. explain the process in which you would be able to do that. >> the only way to fight that battle, i believe, is with a strong conservative president. congressional leadership they are simply not going to it lead. but with a strong conservative president, it's an all together different world. for one abused his power, the tool he has used most often is executive authority. he has abused his constitutional power. the silver lining of that is everything done with executive power can be undone with executive power. that's why i have pledged on day one to every executive action done by barack obama. that's why i pledge to do direct the department of justice to open an investigation into planned parenthood and prosecute any criminal violation.
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that's why i have pledged to end the persecution of religious liberty in the federal government. it's why i have pledge to do direct the department of education to end common core, a strong vigorous beingsive can undo the damage of the obama in administration. but secondly, when it comes to congress, a president that is prepared to say to congressional leadership, if you send me a bill that is filled with corporate welfare, that's filled with pork, that's filled with cronyism, i will veto it. that's what reagan did. and it changed the entire direction of this country. that's exactly what i'm committed to doing as well. >> let's talk about the trajectory of the race. when you were recently on my radio show, you said, no, iowa is not a must win for the cruz campaign, for your campaign. talk about the path forñd the primary, through the primary and tell me in the general election what states do you believe a ted cruz can casey could put in play against hillary or bernie or maybe elizabeth warren or joe biden i don't know if in
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fact hillary got indicted? >> we will start with the primary where you asked. i think we are all n each of the first four states, iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada. we have got amazing teams on the ground in each of the first four states. what we're seeing is conservatives coming together behind our campaign and we're seeing the establishment coming together behind donald trump's campaign. i like those odds. they are more conservatives than there are the establishment. i believe we are well positioned to do really well in iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada. and then 10 at as after south carolina super tuesday, the sec states, georgia, alabama, tennessee, arkansas, oklahoma, texas. i think super tuesday is going to mean amazing day for our campaign where conservatives say we don't want-to-someone who vows the job of president as let's washington, let's cut more deals with harry reid and nancy pelosi. let's have more cronyism and bailouts. we are seeing real distinctions on the issues. for example, donald trump
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enthusiastically supported the tarp bailout of big banks. i opposed it. he enthusiastically stimulus plan. he thought it should have been bigger. i think it was a disaster and a waste of money. actually, donald not only supported both of those, but he argued that obama care should be expand to do make it socialized medicine for everyone. actually, donald trump and bernie sanders have basically the same healthcare plan. i disagree. as president, i will sign legislation, we will repeal every word of obamacare. there is a sharp policy distinction and i think inp÷ the primary, republican voters want a conservative. they don't want a dealmaker who has written checks and supported hillary clinton and mitch mcconnell and john boehner and chuck schumer. they want, instead, a principled reagan conservative. >> maybe donald trump took the biggest shot at you today. he actually compared you to hillary clinton. i want to ask you about that and you had two people come
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out, one against you and one for donald trump. governor palin's endorsement. she endorsed you for the senate and governor branstad and his comments saying anybody pretty much but ted cruz. your reaction to all those comments? >> listen, sarah palin, i love sarah palin. i wouldn't be in the senate without her support. she has made her decision for 2016. that's her prerogative. regardless of that decision, i will remain a big, big fan of sarah palin's. i do think the decision of who is the consistent conservative, who is the genuine conservative, that's a decision that's going to be made by the men and women of iowa. by the men and women of new hampshire and south carolina and the states that are vetting. as for governor branstad, you know, it's actually interesting. that is an example of the establishment. getting behind donald trump. of the washington cartel getting behind donald trump. you know, and, in fact, the governor's explanation for why is he wants a leader, like donald trump, who will continue the mandates, the
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ethanol mandate. in fact, expand it you know, my view is we should have no man democrats at all. no subsidies, no washington picking winners and losers. no cronyism. level playing field. that's why my tax plan is a simple flat tax 10% for everybody. no man democrats, no subsidies for oil and gas, no ethanol, for wind, for solar, for nobody else. tt playing business. people. i think that's what the republican voters are looking for. >> when we come back, we have more of senator ted it cruz he will give his closing arguments. >> did you wipe the server. >> you mean with a cloth or no. >> a new report reveals that hillary clinton had emails that were beyond t beyond her private server. could this new development put her behind bars? senator ted cruz will weigh in. also tonight: >> i cannot talk about hillary clinton without also
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acknowledging the horrific gender attack of every aspect of her character that she is endures from the media. >> some of hillary clinton's biggest supporters lena her role in her husband's numerous scandals. all of that plus presidential g.o.p. candidate senator marco rubio are here tonight on hannity. ega-3 can help, with two times the concentration of omega-3s than the leading brand. love your heart ... with bayer pro ultra omega-3. in new york state, we believe tomorrow starts today. all across the state the economy is growing, with creative new business incentives, the lowest taxes in decades, and university partnerships, attracting the talent and companies of tomorrow. like in utica, where a new kind of workforce is being trained. and in albany,
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live from america's news headquarters i'm jackie ibanez. the dow ending the day down it 24 the 9 points after tumbling more 550 points earlier in the day. oil suffered worst one day
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drop. crude fellowest since 2003. could see heavy snow this weekend. frozen rain making conditions icy in arkansas, tennessee and kentucky. the same storm could bring up to 2 feet of snow in washington,aç baltimore, and philadelphia. the governor of michigan asking president obama to reconsider his decision not to issue a federal disaster declaration in flint. the city's water supply is contaminated with led. the obama administration declared state of emergency for the city but says the crisis does not rise to it a major disaster. now back to hannity. welcome back to hannity, there is a major development in hillary clinton's ongoing server scandal. now as our own catherine herridge first reported, emails on clinton's unsecure server were found to have contained information that was top secret. despite being under fbi investigation and mounting evidence against her, clinton has used every
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excuse in the book to try to brush this scandal aside. take a look. >> when i got to work as secretary of state, i opted for convenience to use my personal email account, which was allowed by the state department, because i thought it it would be easier to carry just one device for my work andvx for my personal emails instead of two. i think that it might have been smarter to have those two devices from the very beginning. >> i cannot receive nor sent anything that was classified. >> did you wipe the server? >> like with a cloth or something? >> i don't know. >> no. by the way you may have seen that i recently launched a snap chat account. i love it. those messages disappear all by themselves. my use of personal email was allowed by the state department. it clearly wasn't the best choice. >> my favorite is like with a cloth? back with more reaction 2016
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republican presidential candidate senator ted cruz. senator, in this seems to be getting more serious. the intelligence community inspector general charles mccullough laid out findings after review by the intelligence agencies identifying several dozen additional classified emails including special access programs, s.a.p., a level ofw classification beyond top secret. now, that would be a huge -- that would be multiple felonies that we're talking about here. >> yeah. >> do you suspect she might not end up being the nominee but might end up being indicted? >> listen, these are very, very serious charges coming from the inspect are general. the s.a.p. higher level of classification the reason they get that level of classification because you can reveal sources. the reason it has that classification you don't want our covert operatives potentially at risk being compromised or even kidnapped or murdered by
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revealing the information the intelligence that they have collected. and for her to have this on an unsecured server that i guess it was reported was in a bathroom somewhere, that is a very, very serious allegation. and i would note, general petraeus was criminally prosecuted and right now the obama pentagon is trying to strip him of one of his stars for doing what appears on the face touw be much, much less than hillary clinton did. it really raises the suspicion that the obama white house is behaving as it always does, putting politics ahead of the law and ahead of defending this nation's interest and national security. >> i want to go back to what came up in the debate, this new york values issue. it was an issue that came up that i took personally and the result was i got many invitations to become citizens of other states or certainly move to those states. but andrew cuomo said this about conservatives. i want you to listen.
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>> who are they? are they these extreme conservatives who are right to life? pro-assault weapon? anti-gay? is that who they are? because if that's who they are, and if they are the extreme conservatives, they have no place in the state of new york. that's not who new yorkers are. >> i'm pro-life. i am pro-second)ñ amendment. i'm pro-traditional marriage. i'm not anti anything. that is a pretty severe thing for the governor of a state to say basically saying i'm not wanted in this state and this do take a lot of my tax money, i will point out to you, nearly 10% state and 4% city >> well, look, that comment reflects the arrogance of the big government liberals who have been running new york politics for a long time. that comment manifests exactly what new york values are and, you know, i would note that the phrase new
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york values, when i wrought it up, it came originally from donald trump, from his own words. he did an interview with tim russert, long interview where he explained his views that he was very, very, very pro-choice. that he supported partial birth abortion, which is really an extreme view on the issue of life, that he was in favor of partial birth abortion and he was open to gay marriage because he had been born and raised in new york and his background, he said he has the views of new york and that new york views and new york values are different and he explicitly said they are different from iowa values. well, he is right in that. it's interesting that donald took such offense when i repeated his own words and said well he reflects new york values. >> apologize to do new yorkers on radio show. >> did i apologize to conservatives in new york abandoned by liberal politicians. i apologized to all the men and women want to work in new york but can't because governor cuomo banned frackinging they don't get
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good paying jobs that people just south of new york get in pennsylvania. tried to throw people out of their charter schools giving them life life to the american dream. i apologized in particular to the cops and to the firefighters and all the 9/11 heroes who had no choice but stand and turn their back on mayor de blasio because over and over again he sides with the criminals and looters rather than the brave men and women in blue. >> we will be in iowa next week. the program at least one more time before the iowa caucuses and in fairness i will give mr. trump, i agree this is right now looking like a two man race, an opportunity do so as well, but closing arguments, policy differences, foreign policy. the iranian deal. what would a ted cruz, senator cruz, president cruz, white house look like versus, in your mind, a donald trump white house? >> well, sean, every one of us has had the experience of
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supporting politicians who say good things on the campaign trail and then they don't do what they say. it's why people are so frustrated with republican leadership in congress. because we were promised if we had republican majorities in congress they would do something. they wouldn't just cut deals with harry reid and the democrats. what i would suggest to voters, don't listen to what any of the candidates say on the campaign trail. campaigns rhetoric is cheap. ignore what i say, ignore what i donald says. look to our records. who has actually stood up and fought. if you say you are going to take on washington. when you have stood up and led the fight? iuu!lican says they oppose you ought to ask in to 13 when we had an epic drag down battle where were you in that fight? i was standing with millions of americans leading the fight against obamacare. mr. trump was nowhere to be found. he was not part of that fight. didn't show up for that fight. in 2013 when harry reid and barack obama and chuck schumer came after the second amendment right to
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keep and bear arms. millions of americans rose up to defend our constitutional right. once again i was proud to lead that fight. once again mr. trump was nowhere to be found. he had been advocates for strict assault weapons. when it came time to defend the second amendment he wasn't there. even on amnesty on the campaign trail you will donald likes to talk a lot about amnesty. well, we had an epic drag down battle in 2013 on amnesty where president obama and chuck schumer joined with establishment republicans like marco rubio to push through a massive amnesty plan. and it passed the senate. house. you remember, sean, republican leadership in the house was going to join with the democrats and pass it over the objections of republicans. and i stood shoulder to shoulder with jeff sessions and steve king and millions of americans defending our sovereignty, standing secure the borders. on the other side with marco rubio who is with chuck schumer and barack obama.
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and missing from the entire battle was donald trump. if he cared about this issue so much, where was he when the fight was on the verge of being lost and if millions of us hadn't risen up, barack obama would have granted amnesty to 12 million people here illegally and we would have lost this battle. what i would suggest is as the scriptures tell us, you shall know them by their fruits. don't listen to the words. look at the walk and the action. that's how we determine. i will make one final incident, president most determination anyone is making in this election who is prepared to be commander and chief. knowledge, clarity ofdb1ñ vision, strength, resolve and judgment to keep this country safe? if i'm elected president, we will defeat radical islamic terrorism and utterly destroy isis and iran will not get nuclear weapons. i will rip to shah reds this iranian nuclear deal. donald trump has promise to do keep the deal in place and negotiate. you don't negotiate with the
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ayatollah khomeini who chants death to america you defeat him. we need a liter who doesn't get rattled by the latest drop in polls who doesn't wake with a up in the morning with a frenzy of tweets. but rather has the clarity and vision and to keep this country safe. that's why conservatives are uniting behind us across the country. that's why the establishment is heading to donald. >> senator, we will be in iowa most of next week and hopefully see you and all the other can cats -- candidates there. only 12 days to go. here we go. game time. >> senator marco rubio continues to surge in the polls. weigh will ask senator rubio about his strategy to win the republican nomination. that'sy> i cannot talk about hillary clinton without also acknowledging the horrific gender attacks every aspect she has endured from the media. >> lena dunham is singing a
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different tune behind doors and questioning hillary clinton's role in her husband's past scandals all that plus herman cain west weigs in. all of that as hannity continues. up to 38% more than cold medicine alone. so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and say goodnight mouthbreathers. breathe right
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welcome back to hannity. the iowa caucuses are only 12 days away. the g.o.p. rivals are making their final case to voters all across the hawkeye state. here now to make his final arguments, highlighting his campaign differences, 2016 presidential candidate senator marco rubio. it seems that you're just in a solid third position. how do you push through now to get to trump and cruz, which i'm sure is where you want to go? >> well, first, i think that's already happening, sean. in fact, as you know, as voters get closer to election day in these states they make their minds up in a hard way. here is the bottom line. our next president has to be someone that is going to reverse all of the damage that barack obama has done to america. and that's what i will do. my first day in office, i'm
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one of barack obama's unconstitutional executive orders. that means the end of all this gun control stuff. the end to awful these radical environmental policies from the epa. the end to any sort of federal effort on common core. he would will cancel any sort of federal funding of abortion overseas. with iran not just first day in office. i am the also the only one done anything on obamacare not a speech. i did something. i led the effort and got rid of the bailout fund which may lead to the collapse of over bama care. when i'm president obamacare is gone. here is something that separates me from a few of the people in this lace. i'm not going to cut our military. on the contrary, i'm going to rebuild our military. it's going to remain the strongest in the world. we're going to find the terrorists with our intelligence agencies. we will destroy the terrorists with our military. if we capture them alive, they are going to be sent on a oneway ticket to guantanamo, cuba, and we will find out everything they know. >> let's go to how you see the state ofuj this race. there was a poll that came
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out. you are a solid third inlid thiw hampshire. take us beyond that where you think you start winning these primaries. not that you won't win these. i don't have a crystal ball but where you think you begin to break out or your best scenario in your mind that you break out a lot of voters made up their mind a lot of them still waiting to make up their minds. they may have a preference today but that will change as we get closer and they learn more about the candidates. that includes people supporting me now by the way so we need to continue to work hard. we are one of the few campaigns actually competitive everywhere. we have great team in south carolina. we have a great team in nevada. and then beyond that. we feel very confident that at the end of this process, when the delegates are counted. weave have more delegates than anyone else and have enough to be the nominee. here is what is really important, sean, we cannot lose this election. no matter what, we cannot lose to hillary clinton. she is not qualified to be president. in fact, sheñ7 is
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disqualified. she lied about benghazi. now today we have all this news about how she inappropriately handled classified information by placing it on her email server. this is outrage. how can someone like this be commander and chief of the united states? i will beat hillary clinton. that's why she doesn't want to run against me. why she spends all her time attacking me. >> the intelligence community inspector general charles mccullough laid out his report, a comprehensive review by the intelligence agencies that identified on top of the 1300 emails that she said she never sent or received, that included specific intelligence known as special access programs. you know what they are, s.a.p. i guess is its ache critical acronym. >> that's right. >> apparently this is a level of intelligence classification that goes beyond top secret. now, am i wrong in my reading of the law that this would be multiple felonies -- felony in every case indictable? >> this is very serious. in fact hillary clinton god
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forbid were electeds1 president. one of the first things she will probably have to do is pardon herself. this is very serious. legal element to it. fbi and justice department. i can tell you when i'm president of the united states. we're going to have attorney general for whom no one is above the law. this also means fast and furious. we don't talk about that anymore. there were reports today in the press that in the stash that el chapo had included guns that were purchased or accessed through fast and furious. so, there is going to be accountability. eric holder has never been held accountable. no one in that department was held accountable. would will look at that as well. moving forward there is legal issues here. how can the next commander and chief be someone like hillary clinton who inappropriately stashes highly classified information on her own personal email server. leaving it out there to be picked apart by the chinese, russians, in fact, virtually any advanced intelligence agency could have gotten
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access for that. >> do you believe you are the mostit electable. some polls show you are better in a head-to-head election. should electability be a factor in people considering caucusing or voting in a pram marry? >> i am someone -- the strongest conservative that gives us a chance to defeat hillary clinton the best chance. this is what this has to be about. at the end of the day we have our differences in the republican party. we have been talking about those in this primary cycle. eventually we will all be together on the same team. we cannot allow hillary clinton or god forbid for that matter bernie sanders to be president of the united states. the damage that barack obama has done to america is so extensive. if we get this election wrong, sean, we may not be able to turn this thing around. it may be damage, it may be permanent. we cannot lose this election. i will beat hillary clinton. she does not want to run against me. can you see that in the press releases and in the way they act towards me. but i can't wait to run against her. of course, i want the voters
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to give me that chance. because we will beat hillary clinton and then we will reverse the damage that barack obama has done to this great country. >> all right. as always, thank you, senator, for being with us. >> thanks, sean. thank÷you. >> coming up, according to the the "new york times" hollywood liberal lena dunham having second thoughts about hillary clinton. tonight the one and only herman cain mr. 99 is here in studio. but it's hard to keep up with it. your body and your diabetes change over time. your treatment plan may too. know your options. once-daily toujeo® is a long-acting insulin from the makers of lantus®. it releases slowly to provide consistent insulin levels for a full 24 hours. toujeo® also provides proven full 24-hour blood sugar control and significant a1c reduction. toujeo® is a long-acting, man-made insulin used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes.
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showering hillary clinton with praise. now according to the nirms her feelings about the frontrunner are much more conflicted behind closed doors. in an article released earlier today the "times" claimed that lena a few months ago at a party told the party at a that chief executive of hbo she was disturbed by how in the 199 0s the clintons andlx allies discredited women who said they had sexual encounters or had been sexually assaulted by former president bill clinton. we reached out to miss dunham for a comment. supported. hillary clinton campaign. they don't like me no response. life laura ingraham and fox news contributor. this "new york times" article is devastating. it says they quoted a young feminist saying hillary clinton is starting to look like, quote, a craven opportunist and apologist for a predator.
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>> look, can you support hillary clinton as i do, because you support her holy policies and not support the behavior that her husband engaged in in the 90's and earlier. >> what about her role. >> and not support her role in diminishing some of these women who made these allegations. certainly there is no excuse for that. >> laura ingraham, i actually have three of these women that claim to be assaulted on my radio show tomorrow. and i have interviewed them all before. kathleen willey, paula jones and juanita broderick. their stories are compelling credible. your reaction? >> i think if this behavior had been a man running for president, working to undermine and besmirch the credibility and reputation of former romantic interests of his wife, i don't know. it seems like -- liberals are willing to cut hillary a lot of slack. i don't know what lena
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dunham believes or what she doesn't believe. nor i do care. it's quite obvious that a younger generation of women who weren't around in the 1990s but who vote now are hearing a lot of these stories, sean, i'm glad you are having them onñ;m but they are hearing it for the first time. so when they hear that diane blair, hillary close confidante in her diaries recounted how hillary called monica lewenski a narcissist loony tune or how she implicitly or not implicitly threatened juanita broderick withux a tight squeeze on the hand when juanita broderick was expressing to friends what happened to her from bill clinton. that's the first time they are healing of it. hillary's whole selling point for her candidacy is i'm confident and my track record is a good track record. as far as i can tell she has no track record of accomplishment and she has a past of besmirching the reputation of women who have been abused at the hands ofk7 her husband.
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>> there was an interesting colleague by powers. discussing how bill and hillary clinton. hillary's close friend james carville drug a 1 hundred dollars bill through a trailer park. imagine if that was said today. hey james that's over the top. and now hillary saying those who have been victims have a right to be believed. >> liberal women and liberal men get a pass. so you can have a liberal man saying horrific things and he will get a pass. when it's an icon like hillary clinton who, again, as far as i can tell has zero accomplishment secretary of state. unstable middle east, i don't know what her accomplishments are as a senator other than the violence against women conference. >> benghazi. >> benghazi, right. i don't know what her accomplishments are except she was married to bill clinton the last president who did preside over a pretty strong economy after working with newt gingrich.
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that's her whole selling point is that enough? i don't think so. >> let me ask you this. very simple question. if hillary says victims of assault, sexual assault have a right ton believed. isn't she also saying paula jones has a right to be believed, juanita has a right to be believed. willie has a right to be be believed? in that sense it's become such a fair, relevant question. >> i'm not until there is evidence to the contrary. she shouldn't have said it the reason she shouldn't have said it you are right she does have this hanging over her. her behavior was not. >> times have changed. >> not just times have changed. i remember when carvillecy made that quote i was in my mid 20's. i cringe that event what the difficulty is here, can you support the policies and not support the personal behavior and it is problematic for her because as. >> what policy do you support? >> the reality is i think her policies would do more for women. you would disagree donald trump. >> name three. >> what policies that she
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would do to support? >> very strongly pro-choice which you will. >> abort more children that's a winner for women. >> you disagree with it i believe that is good for women. she would equal pay for equal work. something that republicans oppose. >> she paid women less at her own state department. she could have paid them the same. >> what policy she supported i'm answering the question. >> she paid women less. >> sean, i worked alongside her in the senate. her chief of staff was a many woman of achievement her communications director was a many woman of achievement the top people in her office were women. >> that got paid less than men. >> what men? they were the highest paid people in the office because we had the top jobs in the office. >> last >> she also did something for another woman she allowed susan rice to go out and tell a false story on benghazi she knew that was a false story. she was okay to send susan rice out there to do the dirty work. is that going to be a real pal to women? i don't think so. >> we have to leave it there
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one of the reasons that i continue to set the record straight every day, as many of y'all know, is because you have a lot of people in the media and the establishment that are trying to bring down trump not going to work. >> all right, that was herman cain back in november speaking at a rally for donald trump. cain did in the officially endorse him that night but with less than two weeks to go until iowa is he ready tone doors a candidate? joining us now the author of problems what every candidate should be working on mr. 999, family roomer presidential. [ laughter ] >> why are you laughing. >> every time you say the 999. i laugh because i'm honored that you are still talking5 about it. i love it.
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>> this has become. you were maybe an early indicator of what was to come. maybe a preview of coming attractions, your campaign. i mean, you were on top for a while. >> yes. >> newt coming attractions. you're on top for a while, newt was on top for a while, but this year, insurgents are staying on top. >> yes. >> why? >> because i believe the american people have a sense of what they're looking for and it's not the back and forth and the cage match. they're looking for three things. they're looking for leadership, they want a fighter and a winner. all of this negative attacks and stuff, some people may be responding to that but people on main street usa and a lot of black people are looking for leadership. they want a fighter and a winner. >> who would they be most likely of the republican field to vote for? >> well, months ago, i picked trump, cruz, and rubio. who is leading in the polls?
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>> trump, cruz, and rubio. now, four months ago i was looking for, who do i think best projects those three qualities? so far, the trend, trump, cruz, and rubio. relative to iowa and new hampshire, in order they finish, i will not predict. >> earlier in the show, let ted cruz begin his final arguments. you know? 12 days out of iowa, it's going to go fast. it seems to have become in ways, in most states, a two-man race. do you believe that? >> i believe it's a three-man race. i think rubio is still in it. he's very sharp. >> he's tied for third. >> exactly. >> but it's georgia, trump-cruz, iowa, trump, cruz. they're altogether. cruz is winning, he had polls having him up in iowa and in
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utah. >> yes. >> but so far it's very close. >> if rubio's people are watching, or if he's watching i got one big suggestion. you've got to get bolder on tax replacements. stop talking about tax reform. >> don't you think the greatest issue is immigration? hasn't that hurt him? >> it is one and it has hurt him because of previous stances but of those, he's the only one talking about tax reform, trump put his tax plan on the table to replace the tax code. i rate it a seven out of ten. and he knows with ten being perfect. then, cruz put his tax plan on the table. then, his is eight out of ten. and he knows. >> what is mine? >> i would switch to a flat tax. >> that is what i am saying. >> what does rubio get?
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>> an eight. no. no. i give him a five. because he's not talking replacement. i keep saying you've got to talk replacement. you've got consultants saying you've got to talk about tax reform. >> do you, hermanyou, herman ca anyone to endorse tonight? >> no. i have my favorites and i'm sticking with them. >> do you think these top three are more electable? >> no. i think they're all equally he electable once we get through the noise of the primaries. >> it's driving main street usa crazy. if they have a solid message, either one of them, they can beat hillary clinton. period. >> if she's not in jail.
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>> yes. if she's not in e'sil. she does not project leadership. she tried to pe gnot ct fightert pe gnot cts angry fighter and ss not a winner legally. and that is a problem. >> 999. >> js. >> the right prthat lem. >> our good friend, good friend. when we come ba i', we need you help. a veut day, next. these moments... this woman... this cancer patient... christine... living her life... loving her family. moments made possible in part by the breakthrough science of advanced genomic testing. after christine exhausted the standard treatment options for her disease, doctors working with the center for advanced individual medicine at cancer treatment centers of america suggested advanced genomic testing. the test results revealed a finding that led to the use of a targeted therapy that was not considered for christine before. now, they're helping fight her cancer on another, deeper level...
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presidential candidate donald trump, governor reasorch andsheeb bush. thanks for being with us. we'll see you back here, tomore gort,night. factor is on. tonight: >> we need to develop a political movement which, once again, is prepared to take on a ruling class whose greed is destroying our nation. >> some in the media starting to get behind the bernie sanders movement, playing down his radical past. but what is the truth about the senator? we will tell you. >> he was not aware of what was happening in fast and furious. certainly i was not. >> a federal judge says president obama cannot block information about the fast and furious scandal from we, the people. we'll have the latest. also ahead, stossel says


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