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suburbs again. bring this up. not a huge win there. but go back in time, when bevin was elected he won this part. campbell county up here. when trump was elected president he won big-time in campbell county up here. tonight the democratic candidate this is the cincinnati ohio is here. the suburbs if you will. the democrat doing it there. in the close race i mention the urban areas and suburbs. beshear did well out here. eastern kentucky look at the rural counties. that's not that much blue, but it is more blue than four years ago. you had a democratic candidate a key figure in the impeachment inquiry changing who went out into what has testimony to congress in always been rural. admitting there was a quid pro quo. used to be democrat then became republican. between the u.s. and ukraine. now we call it trump country. it's so important to the let's discuss now. president. good evening to both of you. if you look at trump's map in harry, we have ambassador 2016, in the presidential race. sondland amended testimony. you're all red out here. democratic candidate for governor tonight went out and i want to read the key part
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where he admits to quid pro quo. competed in small counties, too. i now recall speaking a complete race if you will, individually where i said that resumption of u.s. aide would for andy beshear, not occur until they provide the who again goes to bed tonight a public with an anti-corruption little horse after the big statement we had been discussing speech believing he wakes up the for many weeks. governor-elect. >> talk about the mississippi and the race there. any developments? there's the shakedown. >> that is one republicans feel good about. what does this mean for the vote count this has been president trump who says over and over again no quid pro quo? consistently all night long. sometimes races bounce around. this one has been a ten point race. >> yeah, it's a big one. 80% of the vote in now. it pretty much forecloses that argument and it's coming here republican lieutenant governor reeves with a comfortable lead. from a political partisan. 54% to 45%. to date, we've had the civil servants, who actually should be the most credible, but whom if you look at the map nothing trump has left to attack. terribly extraordinary about but here's a guy firmly on team this. trump who was just caught in a in the meaning democratic areas lie. like jackson, mississippi, where you know, i don't think he became conscious stricken. he huddled with his $1,000 an the capital is, you have hinds hour lawyers and realized he had county. you have the democrat winning big. they are winning where you to clean this up, and he did think. republicans running it up. last monday. the only thing is at a time when now he's stuck because in his
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previous testimony when he said, we are seeing democrats i didn't do anything like this, outperform prior races during he went on and on about how the trump ages. terrible and illegal it would be. in virginia the democrats rebounding that state has been so there's no way of trying to moving more blue. the republican is ahead here in say he did it but it's not so the mississippi governors race. bad. i want to make the point. he really has to live with it now. this was a blowout four years ago. he did his best to still keep it's a big race and big win. big lead for the republican. everything even where they're trump at arm's length and put it winning. it seems harder for republicans on giuliani and be vague where trump's concerned. but as for the facts, i think it's all she wrote. in the trump years. >> wow. asha, i wonder what you think >> thank you very much, mr. john because you made an excellent point on twitter about sondland's testimony and how king. they wanted a public i want to discuss this now with the former virginia governor. announcement of the investigation. and scott jennings. and here's part of that that had fascinating evening. i'm sure you'll agree. governor, i'll start with you. democrats are having a big night you screaming from the roof in virginia. tops. they flipped both senate and house tonight. it says, okay, you do not know where that interview would have occurred. how did they do it? i don't. >> well, this was a huge night or on what network. for us. i -- i don't know. but something president trump would obviously see. okay. fox on tucker, the fact that the this the first time in 26 years president wanted a public announcement, that would explain why this is so consequential, right? since 1993 that the democrats >> yes.
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and i think that's so important controlled the house the senate is that what they really wanted was zelensky to state publicly and governors mansion. that he was going to be investigating the bidens and the it's a huge win for us. basis of the 2016 election democrats ran on issues people care about. interference. lowering prescription drug it wasn't a commitment to prices. actually investigate, which, you informsing in education. know, could have happened, you investing in education. know, quietly, which is how trump was humiliated tonight. normally these kinds of law in kentucky. enforcement things would happen. he went down and campaigned and and why that's important, don, lost the governor ship. is the purpose was to shape the humiliated in virginia. he couldn't even come here where perceptions of american voters, 1.4 miles from the white house. and couldn't step foot in the to make them believe that ukraine had independently come commonwealth. to this conclusion that there it was a big night for us. was some reason, something the first time in 26 years you suspicious to investigate. look at virginia you look at there was not going to be anything in the public statement kentucky and the votes we got in that indicated that the u.s. mississippi. played any role in that it's a tough night for donald statement. trump. so it's basically propaganda. a good night for the democrats. this is a siop, a way to why? influence voters as we go into we lead on the issues. 2020. fight prescription drug prices by the way, the u.s. government and issues of economic. cannot conduct that kind of psychological propaganda growing the economy. investing in education. operation. it's actually against the law. great night for democrats. >> scott, a bit of a smirk. when he said trump was they can't do it to influence, humiliated.
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you disagree? >> obviously democrats did great you know, media or political processes in the united states. in virginia. in kentucky republicans had a >> all right. fine night. so, harry, let's just be clear here. there were races on the ballot for state constitutional office. she's saying this was all for political gain, what happened. attorney general in a race that trump personally got involved in but this revised testimony is to secretary of state. coming from a trump loyalist. auditor and commissioner. sondland donated $1 million to republicans swept every race on trump's inaugural committee. the ballot. except governor. republicans seized on sondland's no quid pro quo text message, which democrats will win that right? but this changes things in a big race. bevin is not conceding. we had a branding issue. it had nothing to do with the trump or the republican party. way. it had to do with bevin. who was personally unpopular. the republican ticket was around 60%. it looks to me like bevin had i watched people today who had his own problems. trump having endorsed other candidates in kentucky who did said, well, sondland said no fine. >> trump was very active in the governor race. quid pro quo the first time. holding a reallily for bevin in and then today they tried to say lexington last night. this is what the trump campaign manager said about tonight's election. that, oh, well, he's got president trump rally helped five of six kentucky republicans credibility issues now. win clear statewide victories. president just about dragged bevin across the finish line. helping him run strong than so this changes things in a big expected into a very close race
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at the end. way, don't you think? a final out come remains to be seen. >> yeah. you know, i really do. and they're twisted like a the message it's not our fault. pretzel now trying -- there's nothing on the other side by the way, right? what do you think? witness after witness, you know, have all substantiated what the >> they are saying that. bevin had it real popularity issue here. whistle-blower had to say. but now you did have sondland he touched an issue that got him trying to say nothing had happened. of course, by the way, what a in trouble. thing to forget. i mean no one's going to believe our state pension system. he just forgot it. when it happens with a witness, it just puts it in neon, quid pro quo, quid pro quo. he's got more. teacher pension. it was a correct idea to reform it's clear from other witnesses that he's involved in toeing this line earlier and later, the pensions, the way he went about it. july 10th, september 1st. and as to those, he just said his bedside manner. don't recall, don't recall, some of the language and don't recall. but this one he was stuck. rhetoric wasn't good and didn't he had to disavow it, and it help hip. that didn't apply to other means that there's basically no republicans. credible place now for all ran very close to donald republicans to go as far as the trump. facts. the attorney general race here they're left with some kind of argument maybe it's not millions of dollars were spent impeachable. in that race by democrats and maybe it's okay. but of course trump is insistent republicans. trump personally got involved in that he be defended on his that as well. substantive terms, which is that it was a perfect call. the new a.g. got 58% of the that's just not a plausible vote. thing. i believe this is confined to any politician who wants a governor bevin and personal popularity issues. they had a big rally and he got future with credibility can say
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now. >> hey, asha, i've got 15 involved. i think if trump hadn't come he seconds. would have not gotten within 4,600 votes. house investigators want the acting chief of staff, mick he was destined to lose by mulvaney, to testify on friday. what's the likelihood of that several more points. >> are their lessons for happening, and could this become democrats in the races the kentucky candidate was a part of the obstruction case? >> i expect that they'll, you know, invoke executive centrist? >> yeah. i lost audio. privilege, which is what they do i'm back. for, you know, everybody and the idea that the republicans lost the kentucky governor race their dog. is astounding. but yes, i mean i think the house has made clear that if this is a state that donald trump carried by 30 points. they continue to try to stonewall, that those will and there's no way scott or any become a part of the obstruction case if there's not a valid republican can try to make this privilege underlying it or other look good. they lost big tonight in reason to not come in. kentucky. >> every day there's something in the impeachment inquiry and then on the election, as well. they lost the governorship, the 2020 a year away, and here we most important statewide race. they lost in virginia. have a democrat the projected both chambers first time since 1993. winner by the secretary of state this is a repudiation of trump and his policies. and also by the one who is this bodes well for him as we go projected to have won, saying into 2020. that he won the governor's race in a ruby red state. thank you both. people want to see democrats in control. thank you guys for watching. they see the success the our live coverage continues. democrats have had in virginia.
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they want to take it to the next level. there's no other way to say this. bad night for trump. losing the kentucky governorship. a closer race in mississippi. and crushed in the commonwealth of virginia. bad night for trump. he was humiliated. >> talk more about the virginia legislature. democrats have taken control of both chambers there. the senate and house of delegates. how do you read that? it's not a good night for republicans in virginia. >> true. and republicans didn't do well. they didn't do well in the election in virginia last time around either. so that state is trending away from the republican party. it used to be a state we counted on in presidential elections. it doesn't look in play in 2020. we have the states that are trending blue and going that direction.
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we have states that are trending press start and consider the job finished. red. tend to trump tends to be finish quantum's three-chamber detergent popular. works with bosch's precisionwash technology it doesn't feel like purple to clean, degrease and shine states seems drifted away from every dish, every load. the republicans at least for the for a sparkling clean, present time. from bosch to finish. >> does that concern you? >> absolutely. they have businesses to grow it is concerning. except it doesn't shut off the customers to care for lives to get home to avenues of trump to get reelected. they use virginia is not pennsylvania, print discounted postage for any letter michigan orr wisconsin. any package it's not a lot of the other states trump won and need to win any time right from your computer to get to 270. all the amazing services of the post office only cheaper of course. get our special tv offer i'm a big ten republican. i want to compete everywhere. a 4-week trial plus postage and a digital scale go to and never go to the post office again! i'm sure mcauliffe would like to campaign in other states, too. >> let me ask you about mcconnell. how do you think he'll handle this? he's up for reelection as well. trying to navigate impeachment. does he have to think twice? >> no. number one. mcconnell --
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(coughs) attention passengers, kim is now demonstrating her congestion. >> this is a bad night for mitch mcconnell. his home state they lost the save it, slimeball. i've upgraded to mucinex. governorship. which the most important race you have in the state. well we still have 12 hours to australia. the governor runs your state. he's the most important person mucinex lasts 12 hours, so i'm good. in the state. and kentucky. now give me that... they lost that tonight. hey! (grunts) i want to talk. (grunts more) in scott talks about it's trending away the republicans. when i became governor i you've reached your final destination. inherited the biggest deficit in what?! the state from the republicans. kim nooooo!! i left the biggest surplus. only mucinex has a patented tablet record job creation. that lasts 3x longer, for 12 hours. investment in education. republicans spent time on anti-women, anti-lgbtq. and anti-environment. pro gun. that message doesn't work here in virginia. and doesn't work anywhere else in the country. they're not only losing virginia they are losing america. they're not fighting on the issues that matter to the american people every day. lower prescription drug prices. infrastructure. job creation. they're out of the game on this. it's not just virginia they have a problem in the country. >> scott, your look said it all. that has to be the last word. you disagree i'm sure. thank you.
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send a message to everybody. and they did send a mess and if you look at the voting, it's a clear repudiation of trumpism. great message for republicans. >> this is the president talking about bevin last night. >> you're sending that big message to the country. it's so important. get your friends and vote. if you lose it sends a bad message. they will build it up. here's the story. if you win they make it like ho hum. if you lose trump suffered the greatest defeat in the history of the world. you can't let that happen to me. >> well, trump won kentucky by 30 points and 2016 that was in saying tonight that trump almost dragged bevin across the finish line. you heard what he said. >> he didn't help him? let's be fair to the president. maybe he did. maybe he was going to lose by 15. and trump supporters came out. i have no idea. bottom line look what happened
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in virginia. look what happened this kentucky. look what happened with ambassador sondland today. every day is a bad day for the president. if you are a stock market investor like me for 30 years and watching the differential and the chart of dissent of the trump presidency. it's very bad for him. it's compounding. >> the markets despite all the chaos. >> the stock market is levitated by the federal reserve. three cuts and purchasing assets. i'm using a metaphor to explain the president. last month he had a very bad month. 43% impeach and remove to 49. that's a 15% increase. next month we're into the mid-50s and the month after that, low 60s. it's going to be very bad for the republicans. republicans are nervous now. those congressmen -- >> not yet. that's what i was saying last
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night. it was a whole bonding and cult-like behavior. he shames people that leave him. he'll out them on twitter or bully them. and they're fearful of him. and lives rely on this guy. what will happen, they'll want to keep the senate. they'll say okay the white house is probably gone if we go with president trump. they don't have the bravery to do what needs to be done. seek his removal and get him replaced by a qualified functioning adult. any republican in good standing. they will lose the white house next year but want to keep the senate. they will disavow themselves. >> is it starting to weigh on republicans? the reception the president gets publicly when he's not at a rally. if you look at how republicans continue to support this president. then you see what's happening in kentucky and virginia.
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is this going to going to weigh on republicans and enough to distance themselves from the president? >> i believe that. i don't think it will happen right away. i think you're now at 49% goes to 50. into the low 60s. and it will happen. also again every week is a worse week for the president. every week. next week we have the anonymous book coming out. and the anonymous person is promising to use the president's own words in describing his unlawful behavior inside the white house. i don't know. is that a good week for the president? i predict won't be. the following week will be worse. that's what we're watching now. this was a big blow for the republicans and kentucky. that's a red state. mcconnell is up for reelection next year. i like him. i have been a donor before. i know his wife. like her a great deal. and -- >> actions lately?
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>> how could you not be? at the end of the day, you take the country and patriotism over party. i'm disappointed this that. his last go around as a senator and not want to be in the minority as a senator. and just lost the great state of kentucky. to me, i think they'll start to explain to the president that it's over. and if they can do this by march, it will be very good for the republican party. the democrats have so far to the left. they could still win -- >> kasich said this shows democrats can win if they run a moderate democrat. he believes the country is center right center left. >> everything else is noise. >> he is a very common sense oriented guy. he's been around a long time. just a moderate functioning adult will be beat president trump. >> republicans don't speak highly of the president behind closed doors.
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>> we know that's true. >> the results are a reflection of the disconnect? you get the people -- the cult like. it was bonding. people who will never say anything -- >> you're watching what i'm watching. >> you're the person -- i'm asking the questions. >> you know it's like that. >> this a disconnect between the -- >> what's happening is it started to breakthrough. they're looking at people fairly ational and well thought ou. thorough people. analyzing situations and say a lot of the stuff being said whether it's here on your show or other shows is actually logically true. and the president lies are like so far off the chart now they question themselves. once it kicks in, their need a little bit of affirmation. deprogramming. we're working it very hard. i don't think the president understands or his team understands how much damage has been done since august. in various swing states and various public opinion polls.
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about how abhorrent the behavior is is there is an awakening going on around the nation. >> deprogramming. you're reading my mind. i see a lot of that happening. >> you don't need to be deprogrammed. you look pretty rational. >> not talking about me. i see a lot of people who would not say one -- now they're saying no more. >> enough. they know it. he knows. he will be cornered and tweeting like a lunatic tomorrow. and self-congratulating himself. spinning it and doing the stunts. people are tired of it. trump fatigue. you saw tonight. >> great night for america. >> thank you. a lot more in our breaking news. big night for democrats declaring victory in the kentucky governor race. flipping both chambers in virginia. what does this tell us about 2020? we'll discuss. so many moisturiz. but one blows them all out of the water. hydro boost with hyaluronic acid to plump skin cells
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breaking news on election night. democrat beshear declaring victory in the kentucky governor race. what does this mean for 2020 with the election now just a year away? let's discuss.
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hello, one and all. surprising what happened in kentucky, right? how big of a blow is this race for the republicans? >> well, republicans were watching this race closely. the president went down there and had rally. it is a number of the latest in a large number of governorships that flipped from republican to democrat. and several republicans have pointed out the lower ticket ballots all went in favor of the republicans. there's nothing as important as a governor race and this was a key state that the president was watching closely. he had gone down to hold a rally for the incumbent. having incumbent kicked out the year before presidential election is not a positive sign for republicans. there's no way to split the apple on that. it appears that republicans have something they can point to. in the lower ticket races.
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but losing the governor ship will be tough. for the president, tough for the republicans to stomach having a democrat there for the next four years who can do a number of things with the executive authority and the fact that healthcare was on the ballot. education was on the ballot and the republican governor was kicked out. it's something that should send chills up the spine of a large number of republicans who haven't been able to put forward a strong healthcare plan despite the fact they have been in control in washington for the three years. >> trump isn't on the ballot. but trumpism is. are people fed up with all the chaos? >> yeah. totally. that was a great line. bevin is trump like. he had some unique problems, specific problems in kentucky.
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guess what? trump has unique problems too. and donald trump went to kentucky, campaigned, bevin tried to nationalize this race. tried to say it was about impeachment. so i think this does matter. something is going on. don't want to overplay it. something is afoot. the other side of the equation is democrats if we want to extrapolate and make it mean something in 2020. that's dangerous. if we do, you have to do the other side too. democrats had a good candidate. someone who had seemed competent, family name. and someone who seems to be a moderate. that matters as well. >> like he said, people keep saying bevin had issues because he's controversial and disliked there. does that sound like any other politician who will be on the ballot 2020. controversial and disliked? >> the difference between bevin and trump is trump won that state by 30 points. and bevin just lost. bevin was behind by ten points a few weeks ago. the fact he lost by a few thousand points shows that the -- votes.
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it the visit did help. he rallied the troops. it's not a good look for a president that won state in double digits to drag the state. it's not good. we said several times this evening bevin suffered from self-inflicted wounds. battling the teachers union, fighting against med cad expansion. fighting against republicans in his state house was not helpful and at the same time besheer is a popular candidate. he had has a legacy in the state. and what he said in his election acceptance speech tonight was what he's been saying all along throughout the campaign he will work for the lost and lonely and those left mind. that's an important message. that resonated with people there. the fact he is popular and bevin is unpopular. that's the big factor. the reality is trump was not on the ticket. and bevin was. and that is what lost here.
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i don't see this specific race as a reflection on trump. >> republicans aren't saying that either. are they worried about chances in 2020? >> the thing to take away from this is where we lost votes. where we lost pockets of support. the democrats did well in the urban areas and louisville and lexington and bowling green. they also gained ground in the suburbs which is traditionally a republican stronghold and trump stronghold. this is an opportunity to learn. that we need to double down and reinforce and engage voters and those areas. that is something we cannot continue to see a trend like this taking into 2020. this is something that the rnc the trump reelect has the resources and manpower and motivation to double down. >> big key.
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once thought to belost forever. the most personal technology is technology with the power to change your life. we have more breaking election news tonight. cnn projects republican lieutenant governor reeves will defeat democratic attorney general hood in the mississippi governor race. back with me. so, the republicans won mississippi. but what kind of night is this for republicans when that's the big success? especially considering this is much better margin for the democrat than in the last race there. >> as alice said it's clear that republicans are suffering in a couple places that they'll need
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to perform well if they'll do well in 2020. including in the suburbs that they struggled in in 2018. we're seeing that continuing in virginia. where the suburbs really fled from the republican party and democrats flipped a couple chambers there. republican remain strongly red. except the kentucky the governor race, which was a little bit of an aberration. there are signs warning signs for the republican party. there's warning signs for the democrats as well. and they're not doing so well in rural areas. if republicans continue to bleed some of the votes it will be difficult to win in a number of states that are either swing states or trending toward swing states. texas has been a place where we have seen this so called republicans in suburbs have struggled to hold onto seats. several retirements. this night is not a good sign for republicans who are trying to reverse the losses they had in 2018.
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>> let's get back to kentucky. and talk about that. you were saying you were ready to make a point. >> you made my point. it's an important one. i think it bares repeating. there was a "new york times" poll yesterday that i think is confirmed a bit by the results in tonight's election. basically, what you have is this polarization and two americas. areas that are rural places like mississippi. trump actually does better than in normal republicans. in virginia, places like virginia places like texas. and places like kentucky. there's a huge problem. what we have seen is this suburban wipe out. if you are college educated person you are much less likely to vote for donald trump.
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than you used to be to vote for mitt romney or mccain. if you live in a rural area you're still a trump voter probably. the more closer you get to a city the more likely to not like trump. so you can pretty much go across the country and look at the map. that's where the "new york times" poll gets interesting. those states that really matter the electoral college states. wisconsin, pennsylvania. that's where kentucky should be worrisome to trump. because these are states that are still rust belt states. working class states. not a probably not a huge percentage of college educated college graduates there. but, all donald trump has to do -- he won by 70,000 votes. three states by 70,000. the margins are so tight. if you look at what happened to
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bevin it has to worry you if you're trump. >> which of the democratic candidates might be getting another look at after tonight? >> i look at 2020 different than the individual races. the reality is, when you have someone like bevin winning. or losing. to someone the democratic candidate there who was a much more moderate candidate. that should send a huge signal to the democratic party. that people will resonate toward someone who is more moderate and not far to the left. th's agree.ta if we're going to extrapolate. make it a model. a guy -- trump won that state by 30 points. a couple years ago. and now a democrat wins statewide, narrowly. how does he do it? donald trump went there, bevin tried to make it about impeachment. you had a candidate who is competent, moderate, and -- >> also name recognition. >> doesn't hurt. >> thank you all. big developments in the impeachment inquiry.
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