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i think ey do. hi the republicans w at there's a majority in the senate need t act.e house, it a great eleion ctory, but now it's an opportunity to turbo charge this economy, and i do think tre are ounds or aaeas where can find a common idea ofettiig o countrore -- neil: like where where would that common areae? >> i think thee% adershipnhe senate with orr hatch and ul ryan ii the house, they can get a rely good tax reform make our tax ode more fair, simple, a competitive. neil: and one that the predent ul support? >>he predent leads from behind even on legislative matters. if they can getha set will g done. trade there can be a consensus. pnt of our custs areutside o the unit states if we cann ura i eerope a asia, i think
republicancan get together there. the republicans will passhe keystone peline. the presidenton't like it. ey'll have t override his veto if he continues to sto neil: that's t only one, governorand you'reuch mor tuned tohese things an i am. but, as you know, read prompter a living, i think k that qlifi me. the president will move on keystone and p i unnortunately it may be a ce of too ittltoo late. would you be eourage byythat if it's a gesture. >> t the tar sands oil albertand al helpn the back an i north dakota and montana. so if it's somethg fiy lo it that's -@en long delayed for potical reaso (?) rather tn any environmental reasons, fi. eryone can agree if he sohow se our l hat. neil: think about that. the irony, governor, the ashing with oil a gas prices ww seen, incentive no for these
guys to go aad and drill. go a ahead ando all the pricey thing required get this oil. you thi thathe timakes for keystone at least advaage of somhing like a keystone might have ce and gone. >> well, don't think it's gone. it wod be gat for our economy i o prices stayed at 70 or 0 a brel. a supply and demand a increing rkets aroundhe wor and the upti in the ecomy eate demand. allces will go ck up. thearethere willb a lot of dagreement, that is these unelect and unaccotatable bureaucraciesn washingt sing our energy policy. think the rublicans wi defd any of thess ovreaches by epa and other fedel agenc there's going toe areas, i think o agreement onrade. ihink they can com gether on aore competitivtax st.
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senate. reckless, irresponsible, radical wh the publicans ar trying to doere. neili'm rubber you're glue. anay, is that gog to anne, really, withne h? counication expe rachel on how to put differenceasidend ma a deal. always gd to have you. i want to look. but this mting w they first sat down all of tm togethert the table, ty didn' ook like a warm a frieiendly, kif pllmic and erything like that. the body language was i'm -- le what tim does this end? and harr reid, le, wherca i hide? so how do they make for a dierenesulttfrom what seems to beool appearance? well, thinkhe thing they need to realizis thahat, yes, they have toe zealus addocas for the pele th'rrepresenting. the same time in order toave a relationship with each
other, which is sentially at coress haso do i ha a relaonship for the betteent of us as a country. th have to lrn to communicatan hav embynk even ifhey don't theyon a thach oth neil: what i they hate eac otr. @here's enough of that out there,t it's ceainly t the kind elationshithat "'nel and ronald agan had. now, icod be different times, different strokes for dient folks. i derrtand tt. but how do u g paed parties who remember, don'ttlike each other, i an, personally donnt like each other. >>heernal parts pa of the prlem. wee politicians who are making personal digs at each oer. we havople who a t fiting for tte ises, but theye fighting for whater thr opinion at the moment is. so really realing that they he to moveass we all have the same goalssentially ae end for auccessful
country d economto workogher. neil: i dot thk th're all in that -- at that tabbe in for theesame type of goalhere. so what i've got to quornd is, john kennedy got this. tnk ronald reagan got it. each se has to lk like they something. meetingith "tip"fter o'neill even though he wasunni t table agait the guy, we have to get smething so he remains his dignity, but was ve b onot ruing t guy' nose -@inhe dirt. how d these guys th. >> i'm lawyer. he we used toediate things. that's okay. they ended up walkg away with aolutio neil: that's lawyer. >> a lot o of politicians ar lawyers ey havehat background. th can undeta you ght not get everying you want. but for the beten of thereater good which is us as t constituts, theyeed to bable tgi and take. neil: what i would sp,e did this for a while i tnk
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gridck whe it ends in a government shut down theket did g negative. every time the gornmenthuts dn. he says that won't happ. i understa that, but weon't know. we don know what will happen s, you know, at can y betn. the markets are e only gameme in town. maybthey're e om compared other marketii the world think that the lace be right no wae government shut down it that cletelreversed t @ebacle that bill clinton took wherould stch it around you rublicansre obstruionist. >> tt's righ and looking at this relationship buildldin thathey o have and the meeting at happed tod, i's all about buiing reay soli rlationship. neiltheyon't have that. >> exactly. soha has to ha oftheer. has to be a priory. a personal priority of thes lawmars to
tually get something done we don't see any evidence of at despite thfact the psint anditcconnell are all cong forwardwe want to engage. doesn't mter what they say publicly at this poioint if anythi wi progres it has to happen yoknowhi you've built a lot of relatiships with people out there,t takes a lot o blood sweat, and tears to get do kw someone. ne: i meioned ronaldeagan and "tip" o'neill how they truck that out. both of them realize, alright we' t talk about thi wh drinks in the private resince th come staggerg out. with the understding each wouldake press statements to reach t thr base. never to g personal and justo rli that, you know,n politics it's often ti a little bit in love with the war. >>ur in that scenao, you had a wiin negotiating partn hadpreside reagan wiing toegotia. keysto pipeline is an
ininstructe ele. deite 70 percent of ameranspproving o the keysttne pipelie. he said thers a system for that. legiative --t's aativ place he intends to keep . he's not willing tome the cent th republicans are extenning an olive bran. neil: a loof tes they say we're extding a hand and acally it's a finger. t, i man, let just saa lotepen o-- th have to be sincere about how they dot. hasn't haened. the president hasn't shown muc persona inrest i doinghi sort of hing. maybe 's nothere for hhmnd maybmch mcconnell ybehe peonal feelings and flight may it's not there. >> reagan d aign i think on his desk, there'no lit wre a pers c o as long as gives t other person the cret.t. neil: he took the creditfore% sign and not t guy who printed that. he was big on that.
>> the thing ts striking ishe repuicans want do wave electi -- we have the democrattalking about the minimum wage undering howhis eeony is. if ye fighting over porty wages, that shld be a g check reality wake-up call from day one, you have be saying ts,, incidee since the fincial llse. we're a hioric break dow it has to be economic grow. it has to be jobrowth. >> t proroposals tha mitch mccoel have p forward are modate oposals. they're not crazy. fact that there's two-thirds of congress that cod overule the present'seto. ne: and modete eno that a @ot o democrats, whoight be among the wh would be jn a coalitio younow. >> w have to remember what kind ofresint and republica pty we'rdealing wh. it's eastoave a short-term my. oba to be ane ttem priden
that was their mssion. they got voted i not because of their pro somethhng messe.in fact, it wasy icul we tald aboutt on the show, hg a meage. il: voters h the demrats more. >>s re who was the sserf twogatives is a vy mplicated situation. >> quickly, the reality eck has bounced. let's be real. the keystone pipeline wod create facturing jobs 15000 oil and s jobs are created in the united states fr that sector. half the jsere lowering paying, service related staurant js. we have to think tha y. >> o wage growth. neil: this i the fourth te we've had a sift in congress unde the white hse, complete polar -- that tells you sothing, whatever victctory y realday tends to b shorved. all right,ort about messg with reblicans, i h he dare ies an executive order to free deportation,
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it sretl turn them over to t government and -@ pcent kee coming ba. so -- ilexplain how process works. i ow lot of people hearg this -- you and i have talked lot on th sct, but, in other wos, you'llive em to whomever and they won't do anything. >> they keep coming back. last month, of them me back. seventeen times. so what does that mean? are they let out the ckoor, which i lieve they are. by theay, iet wit matt salmon azona congressn and i want an investigation ove all this, and i think we'll getet it. neil: vestigation in the rerelease of those you take in d throw the ba in your ja? >> yea iant know at's happening to th arehey being depeported .- let out the back how ishe presint goin keep track of
paperwork or all his licies. th c't eve keep trk of t criminals that aren jai a get out. how d you expect green cards, i hee's going to issue green rds,'m sur wll have some counit. we'vone int70 busiss,neil, and arst over 60eople workinghere with fake id. so this is goinggto be anotherig thing ho to conford comply if we exutive orders.is neil: you know, i s trying to understand the wisdom of forcg the issue on the president's part, and the negottoin me sa,ell, maybe he will offe a carrot with that sticko republicans and crot migh be, you go along wit me on these deptions freezi them ll call rick rry a get aot more troops at theorr. so you gour forcement, a i get away to mhiss forward with the
llns w are here. what do yo think about that? >>bably need the troo at the bordero come intohe interior to rectify any his policies o deptations and tr toeep track of it. as i said he ct keep track of people in jil neil: ife o do that wh the promise'll beef up enforcemen x-number of tops at the border, you would he to see it fst befo sning onto . right? f ce. drugs areoming over by the tons acrosshat border. he nevetks about the ug trafficking. very interng. me on. 's a fce, and we'll see what happe the xt twoea. you're sing, ttat illegals who cross our bder, you pick up, put them inour jai hand them over to ice. days, months,eeks ter tyy back in jail. repeedly. so that procs has not changed. >> no. i tell y if he does
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numbers uurneath the surface, but it's often lpful for the markets and you have pitive jobs. dawee jusbout even. thekets overall in the past have responded very ols, tts there. neil: the administration will comeut with nmbers. e trend ctinues. youay what? >> no. i mean, they could say at the lasfive years. th tre has been flatline soggyross. i'okinathe mbers agn and again. an ynow, the reality is: t common nse reali is pcent of the economy is conr. 60 percent of the spending iby the middle class we have to acknowledge you know, the dr zone thehite housand e.o.p. go in and th say, wreoing t do corporate tax refor at about t small busiss guyho pays at the inco tax rate wh is creg the net job in this economy? >> i cldn't agrewith you more, liz. that a rl problem if the republicans go in an do corrateax refo. paulyan has put
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kenned coming up to "t independents" i'll ask a simple qution now what. ron pul gary johns and others wl be here. we'll see you at 9:00. neilgoodbye mr. predent helloovernor. i want you toake a look at this. th's a lot of red. right. republics ow complete control o state gislatures and vernorshs in states comred t jus theyverwhelmingly hav al the gernorships that's importa to have th underour ctrol. asey pratt ss thi is proof ttat the nex president mave wellrentoverr and m very well call
in a of those all rght. why i significa? >> gernors are -- yo can ll the he to manage a state. it'ser important, the b of a governor. and i thi if you wl look at what hapened in the mrm wh all the governors wn, woed r the governorf arkaas campaign. i did some nnal stuff ffr abbott tt won forexas. these a quality guys. the ast's so imrtant, depending on o the nominee is, hopefully it wil be a governor or somethin they helpay the state. we homeeb w. we had governors and i think that wl be a huge part for 2016 in gettingomeone ected. neil: good nfor all the considering a run, chst be chriie comes to mi. scott walker ces to mind. a st o othhrs. do tha mean if you're
a senato rand paul, u'rress lkely t sort of galni or take advange oth? >> i don'thinkhat's true. i think we've sn rand paulake a strong stance wn it ces to matters of policy perform he's pop among young people. have toook a what these gornors have and at arue and proven record. ilthere's lot of idlock coming in shington, what we're seeing in stateswith conservave governors oh,ex, wissin, ere's a bunch of @thers i could nam-- neil: you didn't mention new jers. >> well, new jery. yo would be able to point suc. they have lower emoyme rates. theye able to work across -- not inew jers. cdc is head ofhe natialovernor's associatiohe delived eight ouof the nine or lessaying he wsmore ththe big reason for that. does that mean those
otr governors many of whom might be contemplating runs of thr own feel indted. >> they n sta separatelyrom vernor christie wisconsin is a prime ample here. have rong businesses. he brought in -- well, governor wker brought inhe work righto work legislatn. top ten for sinees ithis country are run by nservativeovernors. and i think at's important to poi out re. what wasngton c't do and what oma andis waingtonolicies haven't been able to do, constive governors have been able to transend all tt and find solutionso -@problems tt plague o country. clearly idlock in wainon isffecti this. but at theame ti governors can have a real a proven rord inorkingcrsarty nes..% neil: we kw some of the successful president iecent memoryhht guberrial spirits dn't work.
u alst to have work with the other side and do a littlback a forth. is thaamonong the other reasons thayou think ericans a prisd to thinking. >>ure. and a lot of ppl talking out running for 2016 have eith been governors orormer vernors. you've got jebush, boy jinda >> really for some reason i d'tnk 'll run i've hea tt yes a no i don't kw. i just in my gut, i feel he may not do it. aninke'll have a lot of governors, walker is beintalk aout. jindal. evenur own governor mike huckae. >> and rick pey a second tim is looking likeis penti too. neil: well, i noted that ia and rand paul.that ri per i jus don't really believe thatoll. >> i think llin is too early now. neili agrewi that. >>'m fm new -@toly polng. used
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re definitel big. especily here in massachusetts. uni, this is my personal opini no ofhe teamsters, but chlled out in the end neil: yeah, the democ candddate r governor and now u have a reblican governor. one the thin i ions, althhugh theyf tend t vote democratic, there is a pation between the uni members and the leaders and that there's some resentnt on meers and t rank-and-file on how the aders pent their mone and paid their dues. is t trrue? >> again, neil, i on'' alwaysgreeithe litics of my presint whis dear personal friendnd iould llow him into a fir we j happen sa in politics. sean'brien i love him, but we disree o candidates for governo neil: wh do you do wnhe unn hadsre s sayingny reblican heas dead for us
how do guy like you or othe union becau w clearly happepening across the country. >> well, think, neil, u ow, th is not th 1930s anymore where people knocking on your doorsit basebal bats. when you're my si, neil, people tend to think twice serisl neil, the unions do have aertain innc but i sill think that peoeoe are -@innden and clear thinkers and this is still ameca he, neil. anobbiousl yes, in urban sectionif you look town bwnnd city by city the decrats did hehe turnout so thenion machinesll working. inome cases that' cool, but think the working families vod with theocketbooks d their kitchen tae buets, neil, because, n, the paychecks
were getting smaller and, you kw,e were workg more hours, and 's comeown to a pointhere, yo know, enough is enoh. let's he the people who are worki. you kee ccaing tha you are doing that mrdecratbut you're really not doing that. and thas why we'ed up. ne: u're giving republins rt of aance to see what ey can do? >> i aolutely -- il: intereg. all rit. >> i really want t s, neilnd, again, i don' agre oma's politics. i don't. i ink if we had a balance hses of congss and democricresident it seems -- the sto mark seems togree and ave y,ut i rely want see amica suced. i havehildren. i wa to pass ang thehe eat american shohott ii had, you know, streetid from boston, and m talkin tneil cavuto, u know, for six years on fox business. so i want to give my kids a chance and i think th's wha peopl d. theyot with their conscice and theer
@ountr i want to see the republicans rk withh% the president and i want tooldhe president in check th the enemts and wor more for the worki famili, but i w to see ameca sceed above and beyood that. neil: you make more sense in fewinuteshan the eerts. >> streegu you need how toic th. neil: be well. joe ligti, tha seimen becomes widespread. christopher noelans new movie might isually stunning,ut the meage bhind i culd leave you stunned. leave you stunned. rstellar. [♪] great rates anfety working in harmony. count fromynrony bank. visit myoptimizerplus.com
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