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donald trump with all of his rhetoric will literally make us less safe. >> donald trump says he gets his foreign policy experience from watching tv and running the miss universe pageant. >> don't boo, >> we must unite around a candidate who can defeat a dangerous demagogue. >> hey, donald, what are you hiding? >> does any one believe that a guy who spends his 70 years on the earth showing no regard for working people is suddenly going to be your champion? >> hillary clinton. >> isn't politics great? you are watching "fox & friends" on this saturday morning. i am heather childers. >> i am abby huntsman. >> the fourth and final day of the democratic national convention. kicking off in philadelphia in a few hours with hillary clinton
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finally taking the center stage tonight. >> whatever divisiveness marked the last few days at the national democratic convention it is a love hate fest. the democratic nominee coming out to hug the sitting president after his remark what some see as a gesture of continuity or an obama third term as some might say. >> hit, hate for the in coming nominee from three heavy hitters vice presidential nominee. vice president biden and him kaine and the president himself. >> donald trump has a passion, too. it's himself. >> there's nothing suspicious in my tax returns. believe me.
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he tries to tell us he cares about the middle class. believe me. that's a bunch of mill lark key. >> he has now clue, period. >> ronald reagan called america a shining city on the hill. donald trump calls it a divided crime scene. our power doesn't come from some self declared savior. we don't look to be ruled. donald trump will lose. >> at one point the fired up crowd began chanting usa, usa. shannon breen said usa, usa. someone said stop that, that's a trump chant. >> it is the accepted speech by hillary clinton and that's the race toward november. trump never sits idly by with taking the type of criticism. look for him to fire back in a
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very, very big way. it could we will be this is the most brutal political campaign we have seen in american history. we will foond out in november for sure. >> when you said love hate relationship. i thought you were going to say love to hate trump. that's what they did. >> long night for donald trump. i think he's on "fox & friends." doug, thanks so much. >> donald trump scaling the dnc's thund ir. a oo he rapped up a day of headlines by firing back at president obama on twitter. >> donald trump not staying quiet. he came back at obama's speech and said america is not great and he's the only one who can fix the issues in our country. our country doesn't feel great already to the millions of people living in poverty,
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violence and despair. earlier on the campaign trail trump sparking controversy and directly challenging russia to hack into hillary clinton's server. >> it was about the things that were said in those e-mails. what was said was a disgrace and it was debbie wasserman schultz and believe me as you are sitting there hillary knew about it. russia, if you are listening, i hope you are able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. >> trump's comments are encouraging a foreign power to conduct espionage putting our national security at risk. trump not stopping there calling out clinton for not calling out a press conference for 200 days. trump stealing the thunder from the democrats for the first time. the real politics average has trump ahead in a head to head
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patchup with clinton. >> before we brought more of ous home to our families and delivered justice to osama bin laden. she was doing everything i was doing but it was backwards and in heels. there is only one candidate in th this race that believes in the future the next president of the united states. hillary clinton. >> that was president obama making a case last night for carrying on the legacy. >> we have our panel.
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thank you both for joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> i ask for you to do for hillary clinton what you did for me. did he do enough to get her into the white house? >> i think it is still up in the air at this point to see whether or not the message she delivered will help her going forward. hillary clinton is no quitter she won't quit on americans and she will continue to not only continue his own legacy but to expand on it as well. there is a lot of concern this may hurt hillary clinton in some of the battle ground states where they aren't enthusiastic that has left them dech stated for the last 6 or # year -- 7 years. i think we will see going
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forward when she gets a boost out of the convention like the one donald trump did at the rnc. >> take away from last night the clinton camp wants to be tied with president obama. you look at a recent bole this is abc 2 "washington post" asking if the country is mo offing in the right direction. 68 percent saying it is not moving in the right direction. she is got to be careful here. >> it really is a tough landscape in that way for hillary clinton. a lot of people feel like their wages are cut and they dmooe what it will look like for their kids and grand kids. what president obama said i think says it all and lays out the case. he said it's not yes, he can. it's yes, we can. yes, we are all in this together and that's the way we move
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forward. we are not looking for a ruler the way donald trump says he and he alone can nicks this country. it is what we do together as a country. i think the president did a great job of reminding us that message of hope the vision for optimism in the future. he did the best job he could and an effective one of passing on the legacy to hillary clinton. >> president obama's favor ability ratings are about 50 percent. when you look at hillary clinton's numbers, she does not have high favorable ratings at all, and neither does donald trump. it is an effort to make people like her more?
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>> that is the way democrats see it. president obama again, last night this is vintage obama. he delivered a really powerful speech. the energy in this room was electrifying through out most of it especially in the moment afterwards when he and hillary clinton em brated each other and you saw the connection there. i do think bringing him out having him and her husband on tuesday evening try to humanize her will help her on the campaign trail. but hillary clinton needs to conduct more press conferences. she needs to interact more with vote where she is not just up there delivering her stump speech. that could really benefit her in states where donald trump is resinating and where his message is being carried to rural areas who are attracted to him and the fact that he doesn't care what people think of him. >> tweeting up a storm calling for hillary clinton to have more
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press conferences. he was trying to steal the show? >> i don't think that worked out well for him. i understand why he want to be in the spotlight but he can't get enough. when you call a foreign actor to hack one of the top officials of the united states karl bernstein called it does qualifying. it is border line treasonness. you have paul ryan saying get russia out of this election. i was a disaster and complete distraction. the democrats were able to look at donald trump and say this guy isn't what my republican party was about. i don't want this guy anywhere near the nuclear code. >> we have to say donald trump's
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camp said he did not call for him to hack he said we hope you find the 30,000 e-mails. >> it was clear what he said. >> the time now is 10 minutes after the top of the hour. one by one democrats take the stage to prayise hillary clinto. >> hillary is ready. she is ready to fight. she is ready to win and she is ready to lead. >> a leader with real plans to break down barriers and blast through glass fields and widen the circle of opportunity that every single american>> what you won't here is the truth about her record. we have our next guest to break it all down.
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>> dnc headliners are praising her rightfully so as the first
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female nominee. >> one thing you won't hear is the truth about her record. adam good man, welcome back. >> good morning. >> we have heard about the love story. we are hearing that she is just like us. what are we not hearing about her record that you think people need to hear? >> first of all, the night before last bill clinton came on the air and called her the change maker. that she is going to change what is going on in america. either she is inheriting the man tell of the legacy of president obama which clearly seemed to be the message of the convention floor or she is going to change things. if so, what is she going to change? there's a lot of what republicans would suggest. you have a long list for her to consider. what is it is she going to do? that was left unclear and unsaid last night. i think tonight it puts a greater burden on her to tell us and tell america what she intends to do that may be
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different than the president. >> being the former secretary of state i would think it would be foreign policy. last night not one speaker mentioned isis. >> it was unforgivable that we didn't hear that. of course we had the incredible tragedy in france. the 84-year-old priest at the hands of isis. it was unforgivable. it is not just about foreign policy, guys. yesterday as you recall we heard that three more police officers in baltimore were exonerated from the rush of judgment happening from mosby who was trying to seek justice. they are looking for a leader who can make america feel safe and secure again.
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they are looking for the choreography and stars. >> for people that want to learn about her past and what she has done in her role as secretary of state and others what could they say? what would they say? >> what can they say? >> ask any american what has hillary clinton done? what has she achieved as secretary of state? usually you come up with the words she doesn't want to hear like benghazi, the iran treaty, the mess in syria. she owns that record together with the president. then all of the polls basically say and they are right, that the american people are very uncomfortable, that america's demonstration of leadership and strength and commitment around the world is flagging, and that is why more than ever people are looking for an alternative. i have not heard this. i don't think any of us have heard this from the convention
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here so far. they have one night to go. >> you can add the reset to the list as well. speaking of russia perhaps their ties to the clinton add midgestration that will as well. >> adam, thank you for being with us. >> thank you very much. >> 20 minutes now after the hour. president obama hammering donald trump. >> you are offering slogans. and offering fear. >> what do they think? we put president obama to the dial test. at the lexus golden opportunity sales event.
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>> president obama and other democratic leaders taking the
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stage at the dnc. how did the speeches resinate with voters? >> she put last night's speeches to the dial test. good morning. >> good morning. >> a lot of talk about donald trump last night. let's start with vice president biden saying trump doesn't have a clue. >> when the middle class does well, the rich do very well and the poor have hope. they have a way up. he has no clue of what makes america great. actually, he has no clue, period. >> they are pretty far apart here. >> as you can see democrats gave this an a plus they agree that donald trump has no clue. but what is interesting here, independents didn't agree here.
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they gave it a d. here's the deal. they, independents think they are a little bit out of touch. things didn't flow this way. it didn't move people in the middle. that's what they need to do. >> the vice presidential nominee senator tim kaine gave his impersonation many times he said this about not trusting trump. >> you know who i don't trust? i wonder. donald trump. donald trump. trump is a guy who promises a lot, but you might have noticed, he has a way of saying the same two words every time he makes his biggest, hugest promises. believe me. it's gonna be great, believe me.
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>> he's not bad. >> i don't know if we are grading his impersonation. >> democrats like this. although they didn't like it as much as they liked biden. they gave it a b. independents and republicans gave it an f. if you are going to criticize donald trump you have to get at what is most important to the voters. donald trump is a very, very businessman. the attacks that were most effective last night came from bloomberg. they didn't come from biden or kaine. they didn't move the independents. that's what we needed to hear -- or that's what they needed to hear. >> president obama spoke last night at one point comparing trump's message to ronald reagan. >> ronald reagan called america a shining city on a hill.
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donald trump calls it a divided crime scene that only he can fix. it doesn't matter to him that illegal immigration and the crime rate are as low as they have been in decades. he's not actually offering any real solutions to those issues. you are just offering slogans. and he is offering fear. >> i think the independent line was so important to focus on. they weren't loving this one. >> they weren't loving it. what you can sees it is not necessarily the facts that matter here. i have my set effects you have your set effects. we are seeing the world differently. his message isn't exactly working. it is the notion that we are making america great again, thingses aren't so good. 68 percent of americans are trying to go the wrong direction. it is really hard.
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we have to acknowledge things aren't great. i know it will be really hard for an obama president to admit that because it would be like admitting he's a failure. they need to shift the dialogue if they are going to resinate. >> lee carter, thank you for being with us. >> the time now is almost half past the hour. hillary clinton the champion of change? >> she is still the best darned change maker i have ever known. >> does that mean she is going to reverse the policies she and president obama pushed through our political panel? >> evergreen daredevil. the code names for the presidential candidates. what do you think they should be? now she writes mostly in emoji.
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>> it is thursday, july 28th. hillary clinton making a surprise appearance at the dnc capping off a night of rousing speeches praising the first female nominee. >> it may have been donald trump who stole the spotlight with his name mentioned more than 400 times. >> there has not been a man or a woman not me, not bill, nobody more qualified than hillary clinton. >> we all know what it means by our daughters and granddaughters when hillary clinton walks into the office as president. >> come january i want to see these two words, madam president. >> believe me. believe me. believe me. >> do you really believe him?
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donald trump with all of his rhetoric would make us less stable. >> donald trump says he gives his foreign policy experience from watching tv and running the miss universe pageant. >> don't boo, vote. >> we must unite around the candidate who can defeat a dangerous demagogue. >> donald, what are you hiding? >> does any one belief that a guy who spent his 70 years on earth showing no regard for working people is suddenly going to be your champion? >> hillary clinton, she is lethal. >> good morning to you. you are watching "f" fox & frie first. >> the democratic national conventionic kicking off in had philadelphia with hillary clinton taking center stage tonight.
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>> let's get right to doug mcmck mcmcelway with the latest. >> good morning heather and abby. the discord that started this convention three heavy hitters took the stage including vice presidential nominee tim kaine, vice president joe biden and the president himself. the president repeatedly brought this crowd to their feet saying hillary clinton is more qualified to be president himself and more qualified fob president than hillary clinton. here's a montage of the three speaking. >> she was doing everything like i was doing but it was backwards in heels. >> as he's serving our nation abroad, i trust hillary clinton with our son's life. you know who i do trust? donald trump. >> we cannot elect a man who
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exploits our fears of isis and other terrorists. >> donald trump calls our military a disaster praises sadam hussein. >> he trying to tell us he cares about the middle class. give me a break. that's a bunch of mal laarky. >> donald trump is not one to take that kind of attack sitting down. look for him to fire back in a very big way in the days and weeks to come. in convention winds down with hillary clinton's acceptance speech tonight and then it is off to the horse race in november. one who will be happy to see the convention pull up stakes is people who live adjacent the wells far go center. they have had it with all of the traffic, the noise, the violence and also the nudity. apparently some protestors have been trumping around in their birthday suits. from some of the protestors i have seen i can't get it out of
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my mind. i don't want to think about it. >> mckthank you, doug. hillary clinton walks into the oval office as president of the united states of america. is it will change their lives. >> the winds of change are at our backs, clinton and kaine. we must march on. >> hillary clinton will tackle inequality and be a force for real progressive change in this nation. >> she is the best darned change maker i have ever met in my entire life. >> democrats pushing hillary as the ultimate came changer. does that mean changes to what she and hillary clinton have already done? >> thank you both for joining
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us. aaron, i will start with you. should see tie herself to president obama, the policy some of what i she had a part of the past eight years or should she move forward? >> look, in terms of getting the democratic vote out,back obama is extremely popular with the democratic party. he's some what popular with the nation as a whole. they are not seeing it as some kind of crisis. the fact that there are great problems in the nation right now, you say a slow growth economy and discord things were worse than they were in 2008. none of that is the fault of obama and his administration. it is the fault of conservative resistance. a big theme of his speech was the passing of this progressive baton to hillary.
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she is going to continue to fight for change even though he has been in charge for years. you can never be wrong. it's always the other guy who is causing your policies po fall short. >> we are hearing two different things she is a became charng and we want to pass on president obama's legacy. there were a lot of voters who don't want what has happened over the last eight years to continue on the next eight years. >> yeah, well, one thing i am going to point out the comment aaron made that things are worse now than they were in 2008. i don't know if you remember 2008 but we had unemployment shooting up over 10 percent. from that perspective we are in a better place. people need to live on the full-time work, a full-time job. >> everybody knows we need to continue in the process.
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the president is laying out a different image of bill clinton as well of what a change maker is. it is not a change maker based on the big vision like president obama did in 2008. she has the experience of being in the trenches and doing the real challenging work of finding common ground and pushing things forward and falling back and pushing things forward again. that's what a real change maker is. that's the argument they are maying doubt here that her experience and battle in the trenches is what made her an effective change maker. that is in direct con it's to trump who never did anything in public service. >> also stands in contrast to voters who through all through the primary season said they want an outsider this time around. someone who is willing to do something different. speaking of that on the trump trail where the republican
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nominee wraps up a press conference here's what he had to say by challenging clinton to hold one of her own. >> 235 days, no news conference for hillary clinton. you ought to check it out. there's a lot going on. >> donald trump stealing the spotlight from democrats. he certainly tried yesterday. >> i think om some level he succeeded. if you are watching cable news during the day he sucked up a lot of the media energy. some of it for the better for his campaign some of it for the worse. he seems to be the kind of guy who thinks any attention is good attention. he succeeded to put the conversation back in the conversation not the dnc e-mail scandal but the question of the ensuck keered server. it is part of the reason in the convention bump that he is slightly up in the polls.
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from his perspective the more that's in the conversation the better. the russian comments he claimed later was a joking comment, that put tin shouldn't release hillary's classified e-mails if he has the 30,000. >> one thing i want to point out here is he called attention back to his weakness of whether he could actually be commander-in-chief. how much he talks about terrorism at home and abroad. when you ask people who they prefer as commander-in-chief and who they trust more on foreign policy in particular. he under scores those concerns about whether he can be trusted with the nuclear code. >> there was the poll that came out right after the rnc convention wrapped up and it showed voters that think donald trump would do a better job with the foreign policy and also with
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the economy. we are looking at whether foreign policy is hillary clinton's strength. >> thank you for being with us. >> thank you for having us. >> the time now is about 20 minutes to the top of the hour. is donald trump really working with the russians as democrats would like us to believe? for donald trump. >> sounds like you think russia would be motivated for trump in the white house. >> did russia really leak the e-mailings from the dnc? >> hoosier evergreen daredevil, the code names for the presidential candidates, what do you think they shall be?
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>> welcome back to "fox & friends first". a disgusting act on an american icon back firing on dnc protestors. he lights himself on fire while trying to burn the flag all while wearing a dress. >> what are you doing? what are you doing? >> what are you doing indeed? chaos as the protestors quickly fall to the ground and rolls to the crowd quickly putting out the flames. this all unfolding as another set of protestors trying to light another flag on fire. it was made out of a nonflammable material. >> giving thanks to a thankless job. supporters running a rally waking up and shaking the hands of the police officers working the event. >> it is a strong contrast to
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the anti trump rhetoric shown at recent campaign events. >> top secret code names revealed. the secret service revealing how the presidential candidates and their inner circle. some of the names more fitting than others. the mogul pick mike pence hoosier and melania trump is muse. >> tim cane kaine is daredevil. which would you give each candidate? >> hillary should be called pant suit. >> nelson said trump should be titan and clinton should be pinocchio. >> trump should be lie inn. >> tim kaine should be joker. >> mike pence should be captain christmas. do you have a thought? >> i do not. i am not going to voice mine on
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that. >> let's see what's coming up on "fox & friends." brian kilmeade, you had an exclusive interview with what was one of his nicknames, titans. we are all waiting for this, brian. >> oh, yeah. >> ladies, great job. all week we have been watching through the night preparing for our show. let me first tell you what's going on today. we watched the speeches last night. donald trump's name i think you came up 150 times. we had a chance to go and talk to donald trump after his rally which was off the charts si successful. i went to his rallies and never saw one like this. here's at answer to a everyone was picking up on last night. that is, did you really call on russia to commit espionage against the u.s. against hillary's deleted e-mails. he says, i was kidding.
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watch. >> he deleted 33,000 e-mails illegally when you look at that. i am being sarcastic. they don't know if it's russia. they have no idea if it is russia or chene gnaw. who knows who it is. >> he did three sold out events yesterday including a press conference that lasted an hour. it has been 235 days sings. while i was busy talking to donald trump the crew of "fox & friends" said how many people can fit on that thing? 16, 12? 12 people on a pedal cab ride. i have not seen footage of this but i hear it is absolutely incredible as they take a tour through the historic city of philadelphia. when i say them. that's the back of steve doocy's head. that is ainsley earhardt. that is what pete looks like when he is pretending to be on
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the compute he have. we haven't given him a pass word yet. i am not sure he knows how to log on. it is going to be a great show. everybody is coming here. we are visited by law enforcement swat team guys it has been a lot of fun since we closed up shop today. >> i saw some of the pictures on instagram. glad you are survived it.
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room presidential nominee donald trump calling on russia to find hillary clinton's e-mails. >> russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.
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i think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. >> so did russia really target the democrats? the adjunct fellow at the manhattan institute a fox news contributor and author of the story, a reporter's journey. judy, thanks for being with us this morning. what's going on here? >> what's going on here is that we know that all of these democratic national committee e-mails were hacked, our intelligence community believes that they were hacked by russians. but the person who actually distributed these e-mails is julian assange of wikileaks. mr. assange is a kind of permanent guest of the ecuadorian embassy in london. he has been in hiding, basically. he's been dodging swedish courts demand that he show up to answer questions about a sexual abuse charge. but that's not what's really
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important. what's important is that mr. assange threatened to release even more damaging information about the democrats and about hillary clinton. why? because he likes hillary clinton even less than vladimir putin does. mr. putin, who has this love affair with at least rhetorical with the republican nominee -- >> so you can get -- >> we don't know. we only know that the person who hacked or the agency that hacked the dnc is probably the russian military, but julian assange definitely distributed this information. now why? he has hated mrs. clinton ever since she accused him of violating and endangering american national security and has been seeking his indictment, which is another reason why he's hiding out in the embassy in
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london. she says that wikileaks is dangerous because wikileaks released 250,000 diplomatic cables when she was secretary of state that she says put american lives in danger. >> wikileaks, also, they released voice mails yesterday as well. >> right. >> you know, regardless of who did what in terms of hacking, obviously that is an issue for national security. we should certainly be concerned about russia, china, north korea as well. it doesn't change the content of the e-mails. it doesn't change the content or the possibility that they were also hacked from hillary clinton's private server. so is this just a distraction by democrats? >> well, it's an effort to take away from the contents of those e-mails, which is very, very damaging to them. and it's been successful and of course, donald trump has managed to do that inadvertently through his apparent invitation.
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now, i listened very closely to what donald trump said. i think it was sarcasm. i think it was an attempt at humor. but i must say, it fell very flat. it, too, has now diverted attention from the content of the e-mails, which could have been even more damaging than they've been to the democrats. >> that's what he told brian kilmeade. that will be an exclusive on "fox and friends" this morning. we'll make sure to tune into that. judith miller, thanks for being with us. >> thank you, judy. see you tomorrow night. five minutes to the top of the hour. the fourth and final day of the democratic national convention. >> the stage set for hillary clinton to officially set the nomination. who else to expect. you both have a perfect driving record. perfect. no tickets, no accidents... that is until one of you clips a food truck ruining your perfect record. yeah. now you would think your insurance company would cut you some slack, right?
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been waiting for this moment since 2008. tonight hillary clinton will be the first woman to accept the democratic nomination for president of the united states. it is the fourth and final day of the dnc. the theme stronger together. clinton will address the nation and present the party's platform, including many of bernie sanders' social issues. like raising the minimum wage, free college tuition. she'll also address universal health care and global warming. just like we saw at the rnc with ivanka trump, clinton's daughter
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chelsea will introduce her mother. stay tuned for a special edition of "fox and friends" first at 4:00 a.m. "fox and friends" starts right now live from philly. he never tells you how he's going to do any of the things he says he'll do. he just says, "believe me." donald trump cannot become our commander in chief. believe me. i'm a new yorker. and i know a con when i see one. >> believe me. >> he's trying to kill us. he cares about the middle class. give me a break. that's a bunch of mularkey. >> believe me. >> nobody more qualified than hillary clinton to serve as president of the united states of america. >> believe me. believe me. believe me.


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