he has a question about labor unions. >> good evening, secretary clinton. your ties to corporate america have been at the center of this campaign. as president of the united states and former board member of the board of directors of walmart, will you be silent on walmart's anti-union campaign, but more importantly will you propose legislation that protects the rights of workers to organize in the workplace? >> can i tell you -- [ applause ] >> the answer to that is yes and it's why all the unions have endorsed me and i want to tell you including -- including the union -- the union commercials -- that is at the forefront of the organizing campaign at walmart, but most of the other unions have, public unions, private sector unions and you know why, here we go. let's back to the facts because i've always been there for them. our great secretary of labor who is here, where is tom? right there. he is somebody who has been on the front lines standing up for workers and unions. he endorsed me. look at the facts. unions have endorsed me because i'm on their side.
union and for bernie and to say he doesn't have a super pac, we don't go after labor unions but this is a double standard. i'm tired of the attacks. i think they're unwarranted and there has not been a single time in the last 25 years where the right wing gone after it and dutifully followed up the inquiry and not found one thing. none of this stuff. why are we talking about this? why are we not talking about the issues and what kind of a president hillary clinton is going to be? >> well, we're talking about it because bernie sanders has made it a campaign issue and he is her only opponent. it's an issue in this campaign and she responded to it last night. and most people think effectively in the debate. >> i think if bernie sanders wants to attack the integrity, that's up to him. that's a mistake. >> do you think that's what he's doing? >> of course i think that's what he's doing. >> and why do you think young women in particular in our new poll, by large numbers, young women don't seem to get hillary clinton? they don't seem to understand her role and her biography and they aren't
or a labor union being very difficult. what do you do? how do you scare them into doing what you want them to do or pay them off? how do you get it done? >> i'm the king of zoning. >> what's your technique? >> i deal with people. i hire experts. i hire people that are good -- >> do you pay these guys? >> they're consultants. >> do you pay the -- >> no, i don't. the problem is, first of all, it's dishonest, and i'm an honest guy. if you do that, everybody else comes along and it never ends. if you don't do it, like the old story, you take care of building inspectors, all the building inspectors hear about it. >> what do you do if they're not building? wise guys? >> i know what you mean by wise guys. i've known people that make the politicians that you and i deal with every day look like little babies. they would walk across out of fear if they saw some of these guys. i deal with people that are very tough people and i get it done. i deal with people that are heads of countries. i'm all over the world. my country is all over the world. i ge
. >> so, guys, the culinary union announced yesterday that the national labor relations board has recommended trump's appeal of the union's vote which is not just about salary but also about pensions and even uniforms to be thrown out and for the workers' vote to stand. trump hotel can choose to appeal this again but the union has asked to do negotiations while he is in town for the caucus and the trump organization sent the following note to msnbc and myself, they said, quote, the hearing officer's recommendations erroneously disregarded the severe dis conduct taken by union agents which impacted a close election. we will continue our fight for a fair election for our valued associates many vigorous ri o oppose union representation. this is not expected to affect trump's republican caucus support but the fight with one of vegas' most powerful unions is an unwanted distraction a day before the caucus. >> jacob, thanks so much. >>> do you know who that has who help? >> oh, my gosh. >> who do you think that helps? >> no. >> the pope. >> no, this is really bad news for trump, isn't it? >> i thin
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