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tv   On the Record With Brit Hume  FOX News  November 6, 2016 4:00pm-5:01pm PST

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good evening and welcome back. i'm brit hume and this is a special sunday edition of "on the record." jame comby, the man who pulls hillary clinton chestnuts out of the fire and tossed them back in ten days ago has pull them back out again. they have finished the discovery of the e-mails and found no reason to move forward. this is comes as both the clinton and trump campaigns race through key states into a mad dash to tuesday's finish line. the national polls shows clinton with what do we have here -- well about less than a one-point lead in a two-way race. in a four-way race, it is 2 points for her. and a notable shift in the betting odds in favor of hillary clinton and now favored by five to one up from 3 to 1 days ago.
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we'll get to the candidates in a moment. but first the latest on what the fbi chief has now done, from ed henry. >> brit, good to see you. just a moment ago, a senior law enforcement official telling fox this matter is now closed. in terms of hillary clinton and the investigation. i keep coming back to something in my reporter's notebook from a top fbi source saying james comey does not play by mother may i rules, meaning the fbi chief does what he thinks is right, darn the consequences or political or otherwise. back in july he infuriated republicans when he said there was evidence of potential violations of law in the mishandling of classified information but he thought based on intent or lack therefore, no reasonable prosecutor would bring charges and when he was grilled on the hill he promised transpatien transparency if if he got new e-mails and the same democrats who cheered him in july questioned his credible and now
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the same republicans that said give comey time, they are now saying, wait, this doesn't change all of the errors hillary clinton made around the server so there is a little something for everyone, here are the two vice presidential nominees weighing in. >> the fbi last summer concluded that hillary clinton having classified documents on this private server was extremely careless. and i -- and i guess today, i don't know if you've heard, today they announced they had not changed that conclusion. [ crowd noise ] >> you know, mishandling classified information is a crime. >> not surprised. i really felt like the original conclusion was so unequivocal after such a long investigation that when the surprise of the letter two fridays ago happened, i still felt like that would be the conclusion they would reach. >> now, frustrated conservatives are all over social media
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slamming that the fbi worked overtime to go through 650,000 e-mails in nine days and that is 777,000 seconds but they were focused on the huma abedin e-mails to or from hillary clinton were mostly duplicates but does not let abedin off the hook as they go through more e-mails and a law enforcement official say the classified information is closed, they are still at the fbi investigating the clinton foundation, we don't know where that will go. >> what has happened now is the investigation as to her server -- >> correct. >> -- and her handling of classified information. >> that is considered closed by the justice department. but we heard it was closed in july and they got new information. >> and loretta lynch came out after the -- after the comey announcement in july and said it was closed. >> correct. >> and then when it was reopened, a lot of the clinton defenders said it was never closed. but in fact it was. >> it is all semantics. >> but the fbi continuing
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inquiry into the clinton foundation continues. >> and the foundation keeps going and the server in their eyes is closed. >> got it. okay, ed. with less than two days until election day, how if at all will this change the race. here is our political panel. jeff barnes from the weekly standard and molly hemingway senior editor at the federalist. what do you think. >> i think it is fascinating how democrats and their allies spent the last days attempting to destroy the credibility of the fbi and james comey and now turning on a dime and whipped up elaborate conspiracies how they were rigging the election and now they want everybody to accept what james comey came out and said. and he said it doesn't change anything from last july where he came out and sort of showed that everything that hillary clinton had said about her private server or nearly everything that she had said about her private server was not true. that she had not handled classified information well and people were very frustrated that he let her off the hook for these things.
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i don't think that really changes -- >> but doesn't this to some extent lift the cloud of doubt that had been cast over her candidacy by the announcement that this investigation had been reopened. >> this is the best thing that happened to here in two or three weeks. and i think they'll make the most of it. i just don't think there is much they could make of it. here what do we have? less than 48 hours to go. donald trump is still going to be on offense and she's going to be on defense. now she would rather be known as being careless than criminally liable for sure. but the story about the way she handled all of the e-mails and the classified information doesn't change. >> well, we know that not very many undecided voters are left if the polls could be believed and i think they could and if you are a waiving voter and one of the few remains and you are like a lot of americans, teetering between the two. you might not vote at all. does this help her enough so that people may swing her way
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enough to make an important difference here, molly. >> i'm not entirely sure this hurt her that much to begin with. i think people -- it certainly didn't help her. but when you look at the race, she ras already polling ahead of donald trump and that will continue to be the case. at the same time, the way that the clinton campaign -- >> it is closing though, lately. >> and the way the clinton campaign handled this -- absolutely. and just freaking out in response to the new information and that drew attention to the problems she had and i'm not sure this was such a wise idea. it brought to mind everything people remember about clintons and corruption and scandal. and also we learned and didn't know prior to this, that the foundation is being investigated by the fbi for corruption related to her tenure as secretary of state. overall this is still not good news. >> last word, fred. >> i like the statement by nancy pelosi. she and the other democrats had totally trashed jim comey and now she's happy with what he did but she doesn't mention his name in her release. it is the fbi who did this. >> brett and molly, don't go
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away. now into the final hours of the race, shannon bream gives us a closer look at the map. >> let's recap where we are. four shifts and they fell in favor of donald trump. new hampshire moved from leaning democrat to toss up. ohio from tossup to leaning gop and both indiana and missouri from leaning gop to solidly gop. with those in mind today, if the vote was today, clinton could get 283 votes and trump 192. the toss up, the yellow they account for 63 votes. but not so fast in michigan. check it out. it is worth 16. we've got it as light blue meaning it is leaning democrat but trump is fighting to be the very first republican to carry that state in 28 years. he's holding a rally there tonight. governor mike pence will be there on monday. trump himself will reportedly return for yet another late night rally on monday. clinton will be there monday and as well as president obama. so why all of the last-minute a-list attention.
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they say it was part of the plan to flood the state leading up to the election because there is no early voting. so both sides have to light a fire under supporters and make sure they turn out on election day and the trump team said now it is seeing an opportunity there. all right. here is another interesting wrinkle in the electoral college vote. one electoral in washington state will refuse to vote for clinton even if she wined the state's popular vote, a second elector also hinting he may do the same thing. both have been sanders supporters and they are not saying who they would vote for or if they will vote at all. brit. >> shannon, thank you. as we've noted, the real clear politics average of national polls shows the race a virtual toss-up. but most season analysts see hillary clinton as a clear favorite, partly it is the electoral map that shannon just outlined but it is the polls within the politics average. let's talk about them with larry, head of the university of virginia esteemed center for politics. hi, larry.
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>> hi. >> i think you will agree that the electoral map seems to favor secretary clinton but it is still close enough that trump could pull it out. with a big day on tuesday. but let's talk about this average of polls because they show the race tighter than most analysts seem to think. and let's just take a look if we can. i think we may be able to look on the screen at those polls. and give a sense of the margins that the polls within it provide. do we have that electoral map in it seems not to be coming up. and you are familiar with one poll in the real clear politics two candidate average that has consistently favored trump. that is the poll from the university of southern california and the los angeles times. it is not the same kind of poll that most other pollsters are doing. could you explain the difference. >> sure. it's a very complicated poll method logically and if i go into detail, brit, you will lose your millions of viewers. so i'm going to avoid doing
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that. but i am going to tell you this. the methodology in polling regard that particular survey as being an outlier and i agree with them. i do not think it is representative. i do not think it is born out on tuesday night. now if you had shown the chart of polls, it would confirmed what your viewers already believe, which is that polls are all over the lot. you have to know what you are looking for and while -- >> this -- >> what? >> hold on a second. that graphic is finally to our great relief appeared. >> there it is. >> and as could you see by looking at it -- there it goes. the polls generally -- you could see that only one poll in the nine that are part of the real clear politics average is donald trump ahead and that is the one we've been talking about, the l.a. times and usc tracking poll which has trump up five. which sets it well apart from the others and as you point out, you don't trust the methodology and part of the reason is that it is a very large sample to be
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sure, which is a good thing in a poll. it is likely voters which is also a good thing, as you could see there lv, but it is the same group of people that they go back to time and again and it is consistently throughout this entire cycle favored donald trump by several points. he is always farther ahead in the poll or less far behind than he is in any other. so that may -- and if that poll were not part of this, the average would be quite different. go ahead, larry, i'm sorry i interrupted you. >> that is perfectly all right. because you made a good point. go back four years. what was the real clear politics average showing four years ago? and i'm not criticizing them. i like them a great deal. but their -- they are aweek ahead of the election, they had romney up 1 percentage point over president obama. president obama won by four percentage points. so in essence, they were off by five percentage points which was six to seven million votes. that is a lot of votes.
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but they were -- they were closer than many of the individual surveys. so that is why i say polling averages are not perfect. but they are better than the alternative. but if you force me, as your producer did, to pick a couple of polls that are probably more representative, i would pick the nbc "wall street journal" poll as one of them. why? because it is an old poll. they are used to doing these surveys under difficult circumstances. and it goes back a long way. they have a lot of history. the other poll i would recommend to people is the economist you gov poll because they have shown remarkable stability in this race and i've said time and time again that these surveys that hop from plus 13 for one candidate to plus five for the other candidate, this is ridiculous. the vast majority of people knew for whom they were going to vote at the beginning of the general
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election campaign. you couldn't have a more stark difference than trump and clinton. so the you gov economist poll is very stable. they've been about plus three for clinton for quite sometime. and i think it has the stability that i look for in a good survey. >> all right. larry sabato, thank you for coming on all this fall. i'll see you on down the road, buddy and all of the best. >> i look forward to it. >> thank you. and after the investigation of her e-mail server, hillary clinton got good news from the fbi as she streaked across the country. stopping in ohio before heading to new hampshire later tonight. fox news correspondent jennifer griffin is in cleveland with the clinton campaign reaction to the fbi news. hi, jennifer. >> reporter: hi, brit. we were on board the campaign plane when the news broke. in fact, it was members of the press that shouted up to the press spokespersons people and the campaign staff and informed them of the fbi director's
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decision. in fact, they were -- they read the news off of an iphone of the campaign spokesperson. clinton herself did not address the fbi announcement when she landed in clinton. >> we have seen director comey's latest letter to the hill. we are glad to see that, that he found, as we were confident that he would, that he confirmed the conclusion that he reached in july and we're glad that this matter is resolved. >> the fib director said -- the fbi director said his team was working around the clock to reviewed the e-mails. quote, during the process, we revealed all of the communications that were to or from hillary clinton while she was secretary of state. based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july with respect to secretary clinton. chairman of the house oversight committee jason chaffetz that the fbi director informed him of the bureau conclusion. earlier in the day the anger
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about the fbi earlier decision was palpable in a philadelphia church. >> i'm seeing things that seem to me to be reruns. we saw what the fbi did in martin luther king's day. when they come after her, we have to stand with her. >> and in this election in many ways is about what kind of future our country will have. will it be dark and divisive, or will it be hopeful and inclusive and united? i personally believe we have come too far to turnnow. >> reporter: hillary clinton left cleveland for new hampshire where she is speaking tonight. the campaign certainly feeling a degree of momentum after the announcement from the fbi director today. but they also are very concerned that 37 million voters have already been cast and they feel that the damage is already done. also, brit, i'm told that it is not clear whether that clinton
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foundation investigation is actually continuing. there is -- there is some indication that that foundation investigation is no longer ongoing. and also sources had told me that they had not found any classified information on that computer, on anthony wiener's computer and all along they believed that huma abedin's e-mails were duplicates. back to you. >> ed henry has reported that that investigation into the foundation, which is being conducted by the fbi, without a apparently much support is very much open and ongoing. so i just wanted to pass that on to you. could you -- by the way, was there any reaction to the news -- discernible reaction among the press corp when it hit. >> the press corp were the ones who actually had to inform the staff. >> i got that. jen, i got that. was there any kind of gasp or a -- or applause or any kind of reaction? >> reporter: no. i think people were surprised.
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and that is when we got into position to ask the staff questions about it. but no, there were no applause on board the plane. >> okay. all right. jennifer, thank you very much. another busy day for donald trump with his campaign schedule. by the days end he will hold rallies in five different states. in sterling heights michigan is running behind schedule but that is where we find fox news campaign carl cameron who never runs behind schedule. hello, carl. >> reporter: home of the reagan democrats way back when and donald trump thinks that he could pull off a victory here in michigan. at any moment, there may be a stampede of the press coming in. trump is in the house. and it is a packed one. the seating is 9,000. the grassy knoll in the back of the amphitheater is another 8,000 and it is elbow to elbow. that is the way now for several days. today five events all in blue states, all in states where barack obama beat mitt romney years ago and they are making a play for minnesota and michigan specifically.
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there is not a lot of polling showing that trump is winning here but there are polls that show that the margins have tightened as well. for him to pick up a victory in michigan or minnesota might be one of the blue states that he could flip and they have some evidence by -- in the momentum, not necessarily in the poll numbers, that that could be pulled off. trump has not yet reacted to director comey of the fbi decision that the conclusions don't change. his running mate, as ed henry played early, and kelly anne conway has said, it doesn't change much in their view. we already knew they lied to the fbi about the number of devices that she had, there were a whole series of other problems and that she was called reckless and extremely reckless by the fbi director. so they are going to continue to march as though -- as trump likes to say -- corrupt hillary is still colluding with the justice department, his words, not mine. and that this is an opportunity for change. donald trump's casting himself
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as the outsider, announcing he was an insider for years. so in the short 18 months, he's gone from a very unique and many republicans thought unlikely nominee, to a nominee who is within striking distance of winning in 24 to 48 hours. brit. >> carl, thank you very much. donald trump as you may have noticed is campaigning in states that have not gone red in years. does he know something that we don't. the panel is back next. and the campaign season so wild, you probably don't remember all of the highlights. we take a look back at how we got here, coming up. when you have a cold, you just want powerful relief. only new alka-seltzer plus free of artificial dyes and preservatives liquid gels delivers the powerful cold symptom relief you need without the unnecessary additives you don't. store manager: clean up, aisle 4. alka-seltzer plus liquid gels.
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all five states that donald trump visited today or will visit today are states that barack obama won in both 2008 and 2012. including minnesota which hasn't gone republican in 44 years. so why is mr. trump spending final days on the trail in those states. you might know the answer but let me hear it from jeff barnes of our panel. and molly hemingway, both of them back here now. um, what are your thoughts, fred, about this campaign? does he know something or does he have to have the state. >> i think well he has to have the states and i think he knows what we know. he's gained ground there. the polls have tightened a lot but he's still in michigan and he's still four or five points behind, pennsylvania put him at the same thing. these are difficult states. minnesota, that is a reach. virginia is interesting because that was a state that i thought
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the trump people had written off. remember when they pulled out all of the advertise. trump needs some things to happen though. he needs -- let me just -- overall, he needs a weak turnout by african-american voters and a very strong turnout by the noncollege white voters who are really his constituency and a big turnout and he needs to get some of the college-educated republicans who have been sort of never trump, he needs them to be never hillary and line up with him. he needs some of them. and when you put them altogether and he does all of those things, he could win. >> it is not just trump, but it is hillary clinton and barack obama and so you know everything you need to know about that. that is tight. officially four points but it has gotten closer and michigan has a history of polling problems. you remember during the democratic primary, bernie sanders was supposed to lose by six and he won by 20. so there are all sorts of issues where donald trump is about to be home of the reagan democrats
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and donald trump is overperforming there. and in the western part of the state are coming home to donald trump. so i think that is exciting. i don't know if he has enough to pull it off but there is a reason why he's there. virginia also has a history of having some questions about the polling in recent years, republicans were counted out in senate and gubernatorial races but they came close to winning. so there might be some reticence to support the polling numbers there. >> and how much does the trump standing now and going into the states apparently with some hope, he might not have previous had, owe to the fact he campaigned in the way that he's campaigned for the last couple of weeks. >> i would say about everything. >> really? >> well look, he's had none of the self imposed distractions. he's campaigned on issues. he's done very well. i watched a bunch of his speeches. he is really in the groove. and hillary is not. she's still screeching and trump doesn't. he's been very good on the stump. >> whoever is being talked about
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in this race seems to suffer and in the recent weeks we talked about hillary clinton. she has tremendous problems. more we talk about it and the more people pay attention to it and the more trump gains. >> and you think of donald trump with a lack of experience and all of that, and it certainly his campaign has been disciplined in the last couple of weeks but the story to the great extent is the extraordinary weakness of h hillary clinton as a candidate. >> and that is why when some terrible thing comes out about him, like the video, he falled behind and then he crawls back. he's done it four or five times. >> we'll come back to you yet again. in the last 18 months of the campaign season, has seen the fair share of ups and downs. we look at the trump and clinton campaigns from day one, next. i had frequent heartburn, doctor recommended prilosec otc 7 years ago, 5 years ago, last week. just 1 pill each morning. 24 hours and zero heartburn, it's been the number 1 doctor recommended brand for 10
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country great again. >> those controversial comments set off one of the least conventional campaigns in modern history. against all odds, trump, the new york city billionaire with no political experience was running for the presidency. skeptics pounced. >> and which republican candidate has the best chance of winning the general election? >> of the declared ones, right now, trump. >> what his doubters didn't know was how big the appetite was for an outsider candidate. trump's popular message received unlimited media coverage. by the first debate he was the clear front-runner. >> he called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. your twitter account -- >> only rosie o'donnell. >> trump dominated the airways by repeatedly taking on
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reporters and refusing to waiver from his hardline stance on immigration. >> sit down. you weren't called. sit down. sit down. sit down. go ahead. no, you don't. you haven't been called. go back to univision. >> he packed stadiums with tens of thousands of enthusiastic supporters and he took out his republican opponents by giving them nicknamed that seemed to stick. >> that was my job, to get along with people. >> but the simple fact is -- >> excuse me one second -- >> no. but the simple fact is -- >> more energy tonight. little marco is a choke artist. you have to spell it right. it is l.y.i.n. apostrophe -- lying ted. >> and the media and his rivals continue to doubt his chances but trump continued to dominate the polls, even amid controversial proposals such as this one. >> trump is calling for a total
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and complete shut down of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> trump's primary run ended with more votes than any other republican candidate in history. when he accepted the nomination, he inharerited a fractured republican party that needs to unify in order to win. >> i humbly and gratefully accept your nomination for the presidency of the united states. >> after the convention, trump took a slight lead in the real clear politics polling average. but that quickly crumbled. instead of staying on message, he attacked kaiser khan whose son died a war hero in afghanistan and went on attack on alicia machado and most damaging was an 11-year-old tape of immaking crude comments about
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women. >> just like a magnet. when you are star you could do anything. grab them by the [ bleep ]. >> just for the record, though, are you saying that what you said on that bus 11 years ago, that you did not actually kiss women without consent or grope women without respect. >> i have great respect for women. nobody has respect for women -- has more respect for women than i do. >> and he embraced his role as an outsider that will take on washington. >> when we win on november 8th, we are going to washington, d.c. and we are going to drain the swamp. as extraordinary as donald trump's campaign has been, his opponent's has also had ance of. here is a look at hillary clinton's campaign. >> america can't succeed unless you succeed.
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that is why i am running for president of the united states. >> and so began hillary clinton's run for the presidency 17 months ago. at the time, "the new york times" predicted her nomination would be one of the least contested races in recent history. however, as events played out, her clear path to the nomination became less and less clear. >> when i got to work as secretary of state, i opted for convenience to use my personal e-mail account which was allowed and i chose not to keep my private personal e-mails. i did not e-mail any classified material to anyone on my e-mail. there is no classified material. >> did you wipe the server? >> like with a cloth or something? >> you know how it works digitally. >> i don't know how it works digitally as all. >> bay the way, you may have seen that i recently launched a
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snap chat account. i love it. i love it. those messages disappear all by themselves. >> let me say something that may not be great politics. but i think the secretary is right. and that is that the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> thank you. me too. me too. >> yet sanders proved to be a bigger challenge than expected. he pulled close in the iowa caucus and delivered a major blow to clinton by winning big in the new hampshire primary. >> i want to begin by congratulated senator sanders on his victory tonight. >> we harness the energy and the excitement that the democratic party will need to succeed in november. >> after those initial setbacks, clinton recovered. she routed sanders in the
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southern primary and by june it was clear she had the nomination wrapped up. >> it is with humility, determination, and boundless confidence in america's promise that i accept your nomination for president of the united states. >> her candidacy was further pollstered but an unusual press conference by james comey. >> there is evidence they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive and highly classified information. >> even though others were prosecuted for less, the fbi reached this conclusion. >> our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case. >> congratulationsal republic-- congressional republicans were outraged. >> and secretary clinton said there was nothing classified on her e-mails sent or received. is that true. >> that is not true. there were a small number of portion drawings on the
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documents. >> she said i did not e-mail classified material to anyone on the e-mail. was that true. >> there was classified material mailed. >> in september clinton's health became an issue after a video surfaced of her collapsing at a 9/11 memorial service. >> thank you so much. it is -- it is great to -- to have you here. >> clinton remained a clear favorite nonetheless. her campaign is all out of salt on the character of her republican opponent and it appeared to pay off in the polls. >> there has been a steady extreme of bigotry coming from him. >> we could prove once and for all that love trumps hate. thank you. >> in recent days, her campaign is facing new lines of attack. wikileaks released nearly 50,000 of her campaign chairman's hacked e-mail and a filmmakers
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released inciting violence at rallies an the fbi reopened investigation into her e-mail use. >> i'm sure a lot of you may be asking what the new e-mail story is about and why in the world the fbi would decide to jump into an election with no evidence of any wrongdoing with just days to go. that's a good question. well that question was answered today when fbi director james comey announced his agency is not changing the opinion based on the review of the e-mails that hillary clinton should not face criminal charges. and a spike in obama care premiums could cause under toe. and we look into the numbers next. and new polls show she put classified information into the hands of someone you might never guess. we'll tell you who that was, next. it's easy to love your laxative...
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from fox has a clear tossup days before the election and obama care premiums are rising a cool 25% in just one year. going from $246 a month to $308 for the average 27-year-old who makes too much money. that is more than $25,000 a year, to receive tax credits to subsidize premiums. that is an increase of $700 per year. the president fighting hard to defend his crowning achievement. >> premiums are going up. it is true they are going up for a handful of people that don't get tax credits. that is important. >> the handful of people is over2 million americans. and the number greater than the population of 15 of the states in the u.s. also tonight, we look at wisconsin which is close but leaning toward hillary clinton right now. in wisconsin, premiums are rising 16% which is lower than the national average of 25%. there, a 27-year-old making more than $25,000 a year will see
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premiums go from $262 a month in 2016, to $304 in 2017. they will pay $500 more next year for insurance. interestingly enough. iowa is just one of two states where the number of in surers willing to take part in obama care is going up. next year is going to be five companies to choose from instead of four in iowa. but even with more competition on the exchange, it will still cost you 25% more to get insurance in the hawkeye state. the other state adding one more insurer is maine. the price tag there also going up. brit. >> thank you, sir. and chelsea clinton is accused of using clinton foundation money to pay for her wedding. ed henry takes us inside of the newest wikileaks e-mail dump next. coaching means making tough choices. jim! you're in! but when you have high blood pressure and need cold medicine that works fast, the choice is simple. coricidin hbp is the only brand that gives powerful cold symptom relief
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some from wikileaks and from the state department include everything from her directing her maid ma today print classified information to using hillary clinton foundation cash to fund chelsea clinton's heading. we are back with this report. >> before the latest bombshell from the fbi, the good news for hillary clinton was that anthony wiener was knocked off the front page of the tabloids. >> will you be back out on the campaign trail soon. >> the bad news, he was replaced by what the new york post called mop secret, necessiw details wh clinton asked her housekeeper maria santos to print out official e-mails on iran and libya and including some with classified information. asked about santos by fox news, a state department official said, quote, we do not comment on the security clearance status of individuals.
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though donald trump was assuming the housekeeper does not have a security clearance. >> hillary clinton was sending highly classified information through her maid. completely jeopardizing the national security of the united states. this just came out. wikileaks. >> and new wikileaks e-mails continue to show the cozy relationship between the clinton campaign and the press. in one e-mail, cnbc john harwood was consulted with john podesta on an upcoming interview. what should i ask jeb. >> is this a comic book version -- >> he moderated a debate and is no stranger to the wikileaks dumps. e-mails revealed harwood boasting about his tough questioning of trump at that debate. in other e-mails, harwood shared his final on mike huckabee and advised podesta on how he considered ben carson a threat to clinton. all of that may be embarrassing
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but clinton aids seem to be far more worried about something bigger dropping soon from wikileaks. spokesperson jennifer palmieri tweeting, if you see a whopper of a wikileaks in the next two days, it is probably a fake. >> in the the hedge, it is probably going to be a fake. though they have challenged none of the e-mails. including the number one with podesta writing the private server was the idea of cheryl mills and reveals that may be why she urged clinton not to run, something we had not heard before. ed henry, fox news. as ed's report indicated, what we have learned from wikileaks is the relationship between the campaign and the candidates and the press. let's bring back jeff barnes and molly hemingway with the federalist. molly, your thoughts on this issue that is raised by john harwood, who is prominently featured and there are other. >> john harwood comes out looking particularly bad in the
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wikileaks e-mails but there are problems across the media spectrum. people handing over stories for review, running quotes by people and just an overly friendly relationship with those in power and it is not a good look. >> it doesn't seem to be a lot of this sort of thing going on, at least in private e-mail communications that we've heard about between republican candidates and particularly donald trump and members of the media. he has his allies in the media, we know about that. but what about that. >> i don't think it is happening at all. there is collusion between the mainstream media and the clinton campaign for sure. there may be collusion between breitbart and the trump campaign. but that is about it. because a lot of conservative publications like the national review and the weekly standard where i work have been heavily anti-trump. so it is across the board. it has been newspapers and wire services and networks. but there is a particular kind of story that i -- that i guess i'm sort of amused by.
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one in the washington post a few days ago at the time when trump. republicans coming home and the story was about how much trouble he's had having with the republicans in someplace in wisconsin. just opposite. it reminds me of what they did against reagan back when the economy was booming in the 1980s and reporters with go to ponts yak, michigan -- pontiac, michigan, so they could say things are improving but not here in pontiac, michigan. >> and the former ncr had a great piece pointing out that washington post and breitbart just look like mirror images of each other. the post has a spin that it takes on every single story and it is something that i think media people should think about in the feature. we need to improve our reputation which could not be worse right now. >> we certainly stand low with the public right now. listen to this. trump is on stage right now in
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sterling heights michigan and moments ago he responded for the first time to the reopened investigation into hillary clinton's investigation is now closed again. watch. >> right now she's being protected by a rigged system. it is a totally rigged system. i've been saying it for a long time. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. you can't do it, folks. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. the people know it. and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box on november 8th. >> just a very quickly a couple of thoughts from both of you, fred, on that reaction? >> well, look, he should know better. they didn't go through all of those. they had to wait -- to look at the ones just between huma and clinton. >> or her and clinton and somebody else. but that was the subsidy.
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>> this is an investigation that has not looked good for the fbi or the department of justice since the beginning for loretta lynch having a private meeting with bill clinton that we only know about because one reporter happened to witness it. the way they didn't record the interview with her. this is something that stunk from the beginning and i think people need to learn more before they are going to trust this. >> thank you to both of you. coming up, the praise for tucker crossner who is headed to this seat continues to roll in. much at my expense. mean tweets, state ahead. changes to make things right. all customers who have been impacted will be fully refunded. we're taking action and renewing our commitment to you. with another new flavor you never saw coming... grilled, glazed korean bbq shrimp. and try as much as you want of flavors like new parmesan peppercorn shrimp. just come in before it ends.
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time now to hear your feedback. twitter is still buzzing about tucker cross's impedding takeover of this time slot. tim b. said congratulations on your new show, someone to replace that saggy sack of sorrow, brit hume. lisa said i like tucker but we'll mit you brit, you old goat. and john tweeted rusty old anchors belong at the bottom of
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the ocean and try not to infect him with grumpy nns. and i still remember the guy from 30 years ago. i have to confront my own mortality and maggie may tweeted i bet you are glad you don't have to do this show much longer. your chutes could go -- suits could go to good will. and melanie tweeted, i'm going to miss you on the record. it was a pleasure. i like your smile and your puppy eyes. thank you for serving the people. well thank you for that. please keep the feedback coming. we do like hearing from you. and could you still tweet me one more day at brit hume or e-mail on the record at and that is about it for us tonight but stay tuned for "the o'reilly factor" and bill will tell you what you need to know before you vote on tuesday. and sarah palin will go with bill on the factor. in the meantime, we leave you as always with the political quote of the day which comes from the philosopher plato who said, quote, those who are too smart
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to engage in politics are punished by those who are dumber. we'll be back tomorrow. and don't forget the factor, it is coming up next. good night. i'll bill o'reilly. thanks for watching this sunday night edition of "the o'reilly factor." breaking news today and through the next hour we'll bring you the latest information on the presidential election. big story this evening. another letter by fbi director james comey and that is partially the subject of this evening's talking points memo. writing once again, he said the bureau has now reviewed all of the e-mails that were on huma abedin's computer. she is hillary clinton's top assistant as you know. the bureau found nothing that would change the stated outcome of the case that sec


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