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you never miss an episode. when you're not here, it breaks our heart, i mean that. see you again tomorrow night. the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> they have to go. >> chuck, we either have a country or we don't have a country. >> donald trump calling for mass deportations of all illegal aliens including american citizens born of undocumented parents. charles krauthammer and i will analyze. >> to take an ex-wife and make it two days before the primary a significant question in a presidential campaign is as close to despicable as anything i can imagine. >> that was newt gingrich in the last campaign using an attack question to his ad vantage. talking points has some thoughts about that tonight. >> so if there is a war on women, does that mean we still have to keep paying for your dinner? >> oh. >> also ahead, jesseatters
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enlisting in the war on women. >> so you don't always want equality. you want chivalry when it's due to you? >> yes. absolutely. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the wild presidential race. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. it was fascinating to spend part of my vacation last week watching the political soap opera unfold. when i wasn't getting crushed by waves of the atlantic ocean, i was witnessing big-time political drama on a number of fronts. the presidential race got intense early and that's a good thing. country is pretty much a mess right now with unchecked deadly enemies abroad and a sluggish economy at home. also, as it stands now, we are a socially divided nation with all the
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bitterness that brings. some americans will not even support legislation mandating federal prison terms for aggravated felons who defy deportation and return. he opposing punishing those people is a special kind of madness, one that puts americans in danger as we will demonstrate once again in the third block this evening. now, it's quite apparent that many voters are furious with craven cowardly politicians that don't even try to solve problems or even stand up against injustice. that's why trump has stolen the show so far. his slash and burn style appeals to voters who are fed up with the system that is essentially cowardly and dishonest. trump hammers the establishment on the border chaos. lack of respect for america overseas. and the often disgraceful treatment of wounded vets. at this point it really doesn't matter whether trump has specific solutions to vexing problems, it's enough for millions of voters that he is calling out the charlotte tons, many establishment politicians in
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press despise trump for highlighting a system they themselves embrace. what trump has really done is stimulate political debate. a very good thing in republic that is losing power and respect at home and abroad. even though it's august, the country is buzzing about politics and some republican contenders who never would have reached a mass audience have done so largely thanks to trump. they should send him flowers. trump mania is hurting at least one politician though, hillary clinton. whose machine is exactly the opposite of the open vibrant debate the g.o.p. is currently having. it seems this time around that folks are rejecting politics as usual because problems are not being solved in washington and most of us know that. moving forward america needs a strong leader to ramp up the economy, secure the southern border, deal with rank injustice on our streets and stop the islamic jihadists who are running wild. that person has to be honest, tough, and smart. he or she also has to be
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mature enough to deal with the largely unfair media and a changing electorate. the harsh truth is that anyone seeking power in america will be brutalized. the social media sewer, overflowing with personal attacks and false information. the establishment press also a problem. it has agendas all day long, race, gender, ideology, personal animus, all of those can lead to unfair attacks. these days those who would be president have to be able to turn those attacks around. here's a great example. during last campaign, presidential contender newt gingrich was hit with an allegation by an ex-wife that he wanted an open marriage. gingrich denied it. nevertheless, cnn headlined the allegation in the south carolina debate. >> mr. speaker, i want to start with that this evening. as you know your ex-wife gave an interview to abc news and another interview
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at "the washington post" and this story has now gone viral on the internet. in it she says that you came to her in 1999, at a time when you were having an affair, she says you asked her, sir, to enter into an open marriage. would you like to take some time to respond to that? >> no. but i will. [ laughter ] i think the destructive, vicious, negative nature of much of the news media makes it harder to govern this country, harder to aa tract decent people to run for public office and i'm appalled that you would begin a presidential debate on a topic like that. [cheers and applause] every person in here knows personal pain. every person in here has had someone close to them go through painful things. to take an ex-wife and make it two days before the primary a significant question in a presidential campaign is as close to despicable as anything i can imagine.
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[cheers and applause] >> demonstrating righteous anger, gingrich won the debate and the primary that followed. rather than being petulant over the aggressive questioning, he turned embarrassment into victory with skillful rhetoric. his response should be studied by every politician. now, at this point, there are two main themes developing in the presidential campaign. first, whether secretary clinton can hold things together. and in the face of an fbi investigation into the email deal she brought upon herself. that could be a game changer and it is no accident joe biden is warming up in case hillary crashes and burns. by the way, hillary's main competition, bernie sanders is somewhat like trump. he loathes the system and rarely holds back. the problem is the senator from vermont is a socialist and americans will never put that extreme economic view into the white house. sanders says he is a democratic socialist. you i guess that means after he seizes your house, he
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will leave an american flag on the lawn. the second campaign theme is the trump factor. how long can he go? about 25% of the republican voters now support him but that's not enough to win. he is now calling for the mass deportation of illegal aliens. a very tough view that brings up major constitutional problems concerning due process and anchor baby citizenship. you can't punish folks for bad laws on the books. believe me, the federal courts will never, never allow mass deportations even if congress changes the laws. be that as it may, trump has again trumped the field in media coverage simply by proposing policies some americans desperately want to see. bottom line, simply impossible to ignore the mouth that roared and that is driving many establishment folks crazy. donald trump is not really a republican. he is a trumpian. but it doesn't matter, does
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it? because trump has changed the election process, no matter what happens going forward. and he will be here tomorrow night. that's the memo. next on the rundown, charles krauthammer will analyze my analysis. then later watters takes on the war on women in miami beach. beach. factor is coming right back. two streetlights. beach. factor is coming right back. the only difference: that little blue thingy. you see it? that's a sensor. using ge software, the light can react to its environment- getting brighter only when it's needed. in a night, it saves a little energy. but, in a year it saves a lot. and the other street? it's been burning energy all night. for frank. frank's a cat. now, two things that are exactly the same, have never been more different. ge software. get connected. get insights. get optimized.
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well somewhere along the way, emily went right on living. but you see, with the help of her raymond james financial advisor, she had planned for every eventuality. which meant she continued to have the means to live on even at the ripe old age of 187. life well planned. see what a raymond james advisor can do for you. the current political situation joining us from washington charles krauthammer. let's talk first about hillary clinton. do you see danger for her campaign with the fbi getting involved with the email deal? >> absolutely. she sees it biden sees it everyone sees it a lot of democrats know that they are latched to the clinton mass are terrified. the reason is this: it is totally out of their hands. the clintons are obsessed with control and secrecy.
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that's the whole reason she started the email thing in the first place. after all, she wasn't covering anything up in the beginning. she hadn't done anything at the beginning. she wasn't even secretary of state. but they wanted control. and now here they are in a position where the server is no longer in their control. remember, how she said in march at the u.n. that the server was his -- was hers and was going to remain hers and she had already deleted stuff and that was it? well, it's not it. and the question he is what will the fbi find? the bigger question is what will the fbi be allowed to do? i don't know that there is ever going to be a coverup ordered from on high. the question is how interested is barack obama in seeing a full investigation by the fbi? how enthusiastic and how speedy will they be in looking into this? i suspect because of the scrutiny they will not be able to do what they did in the irs scandal, which is to bury it, there is going to
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be a lot harder to do. also because of the congressional investigation and because of the media is now on the trail as well. >> all right. now, i'm going to tell you how i think this is going to play out and you tell me if i'm wrong. this is how i think it's going to play out. i don't think barack obama likes the clintons even though he is playing golf up in martin's vineyard with bill this week. i don't think he has got a lot of use for them. i don't think is he is going to put any political currency in telling loretta lynch, the attorney general, what to not do in this investigation because that will leak out. number two, if the fbi finds out that that server that mrs. clinton used was professionally scrubbed, which i believe it was, i don't believe she went in with her little thumbs and deleted 30,000 any things. if they find out it was scrubbed and they will find that out very quickly, that's obstruction of justice. okay? that's what that is and that's a felony. now, you may be right, the
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fbi may dance and congress comes in with congressional hearings and subpoenas comby. that's how it's going to go down. am i wrong? >> i think you are right. i mean, occasionally you do stumble on the truth. and i have to acknowledge that look, i think you are right. there is never going to be obama giving an order go easy on hillary and i agree with you he may not have an interest in seeing that. "on the record," -- on the other hand he doesn't have to do that all he has to do is make a statement that in some way goes easy on her the way he has made statements about the irs and other scandals. and it will be understood. but, none the less, i think there is too much going on here that the fbi is going to have a lot of trouble covering it up. >> and i don't think they will. >> i do think that trey gowdy is the key. >> he is the guy. >> remember, she has already said she turned over everything work-related and it turned out that gowdy received 15 emails separately from blumenthal that she had not turned
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over, meaning she has been exposed as telling a major untruth from the very beginning. and i you think that's going to be his role. >> but she forgot, charles: she forgot. >> well, also, you know, tried to get away with whatever they can. >> let's go to the other side. my thesis is trump has been good for the campaign, that he has offered exposure to all the presidential candidates they would not have gotten, that he has reflected accurately the anger of millions and millions of americans toward a government that's impotent and dishonest to them. am i wrong on any of those counts? >> you are a little bit off on the good for the campaign. it is absolutely true of the 24 million who tuned in may be, perhaps even half would not have tuned in. it still would have been say 12 million, which is a major number. and it is also true that because there were that many watching some of them, who
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did very well including rubio and cruz, i think -- and carson, of course, were generally helped by the. >> let me he stop you. whenever i interrupt you, charles, i get people, usually they are old ladies in their late 80's yelling at me, look,. >> and blood relatives of mine. >> right. it's not just the 24 million who watch but every internet site in the world picked up every bit of it. okay. so it became a phenomenon which it remains today. all right. now, we have rove coming up behind you. he doesn't think trump is good for the party. you know what? as i said trump is not a republican, he is he a trumpian. is he trying to be a president or amass power to do what he wants. not what reince priebus wants or the republican hierarchy wants and a lot of voters say good for you. i don't know how far he is going to go. right now, in our republic we need this kind of robust debate. go. >> look, the idea that we
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didn't have a robust debate until now i think is completely false. >> it want getting exposed. it wasn't getting out there. >> well, is it very healthy for a party to be debating as it is now, whether we should have mass deportations? do you thinks that going to help the party in the november election next year? >> it will quickly go away. >> how quickly it goes away. he is the central character right now. >> listen, when whoever wins the republican nomination is not going to call for mass deportations, unless it's trump, all right, they are not going to do it. they are going to put out what they want or what they think is best for the country. i'm not worried about that. >> are they going to have the courage to come up and say that's a mistake? that's something that we cannot do, should not do, and will not do? >> i don't know. but that's what we are trying to find out who has the guts, the courage, the smarts, to turn the country around. last word? >> they don't if nobody does
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stand up and say that then you can be sure the democrat will. and that's not going to help the republicans recapture the white house. you are asking me a straight question about the affect on the fortunes of the party and that is one specific example where trump has shifted the debate in a way that's going to be extremely detrimental. >> all right. charles krauthammer, everybody. directly ahead, an illegal alien on the run from the law in belize sneaks into the u.s.a. he is captured, they let him go. now he is charged with murdering three americans. another
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factor follow up segment tonight another illegal alien commits murder allegedly.
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found guilty of assaulting a police officer in belize. he fled that country and found guilty in absentia. in december of 2014, hyde was arrested trying to illegally entering the u.s. southern border. a judge let him go while his case was being considered. homeland security says belize did not have a warning up about hyde and therefore he was classified as a simple illegal alien. as we know, the federal government allows many undocumented people to rome free. last -- roam free. he murdered three people including a pregnant 17-year-old. investigators say the murder scene was gruesome and hyde is being held without bail in lead county. this is yet another example of our chaotic immigration system which refuses to protect american citizens. again, that's why donald trump's candidacy has exploded. as you may know congress is on vacation but there are bills circulating now to enact kate's law where there would be mandatory prison terms for illegal aliens who defy deportation orders. joining us from washington mary katharine ham and juan
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williams. i'm going to report these crimes are committed by illegal aliens until congress does something. am i wrong? >> no. look, that's fine. i you think that's in the great tradition, you know, of the first amendment. you know, you can petition government and you should make it clear that you have a voice, you have a large platform, and i think you are properly exercising. i do think that when you do this though, you have got it realize the people who are not acting on kate's law, which i support, as you know, are republicans in the senate, you know, in the house for that matter. it's just that mcconnell and boehner haven't made it a top priority and toward september. >> let me stop you, juan. people proposing kate's law are all republicans. you know dianne feinstein, you know her senator from california. >> yeah. >> after kate steinle was murdered this is terrible, terrible, terrible. it's the worse thing. how could this possibly happen? i have tried to get senator feinstein on the phone for
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two weeks to talk to her about kate's law to try to persuade her to get on board, all right, with senator grassley, juan, pay attention, right? and i can't get her on the phone. all right? the woman won't take the call. because the woman doesn't really care about kate steinle and protecting americans. she is going to go with her party. the party is trying to court the hispanic vote and they don't give a damn what's going on. mary katharine, go? >> wait, wait. juan, mary katharine gets to weigh in and then you. go. >> it's silly to blame the republicans introducing the bill for not passing the bill. i think it remains to be seen how far it goes. there is a lot on the calendar and your reporting on this stuff, of course, helped a pressure and the steinles being behind it helps that pressure. i would say that any federal -- any idea that goes before the federal government and congress i am initially skeptical of, even your ideas, bill, because in the hands of congress who knows what they turn out to be. so i would keep an eye on it. >> i'm going to obviously keep an eye on it, mary
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katharine, if you don't believe in our system you need to move to belize they are looking for people to go down there. >> cynical that unpopular. >> this is a theme, mary katharine, among a lot of republicans and independents. oh, we don't trust obama. oh, we don't trust the government. >> we are going to sit here and just bitch. bull, bull. >> are you even allowed to say that first of all? >> i just did. oh, they are not going to do it. pass the damn law. pass the law. it's the right thing. juan, go. >> wait while they do it. >> i'm going to do it for a living. watch every move they make. juan, go. >> well, but i was saying to the two of you that, in fact, republicans tried to attach it to the highway bill in july. >> all right, juan, we know that's stupid. >> that was blocked. what you are talking about is republican leadership has not made it a priority, bill. and you don't want to accept that. read my lips, it's going to get a stand alone vote. go ahead mary katharine. >> one of the reasons people
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are skeptical of the american government which american sentiment in general is the federal government does not enforce the laws on the books currently. how do you ensure that they enforce the ones that you are pitching right now? >> you can't, answer my question. >> you can't do nothing because the government has screwed it up in the past. we are going to have a new president, and we are hoping that president will enforce the law and not sit there like this president has done and watch the situation get out of control. i have got to go. i have got to go. >> see you. i enjoyed bitching with you. >> i enjoy it that was the highlight of my week. plenty more as the factor moves along this evening. who has momentum on the republican side, which presidential contender beside trump is gaining traction? karl rove says he knows. and later watters trying to figure out the war on women in miami beach. now, there is a place where that -- you want to figure that one out. we hope you stay tuned to those reports as the factor continues all across the
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6% or under. with us now, karl rove. now, you know, look, the numbers are the numbers. but you can always pick up trends ahead, what's coming down. what do you see? >> well, if you look inside the fox poll, it says that if you look at who won the debate, they say fiorina number one. >> that's true. >> carson and kasich tied at 8. and rubio at 7. the people who lost at the big three who lost were trump at minus 13. paul at minus 11 christie at minus 7. everyone else in the middle. >> that's interesting because paul and christie went at it and they both came out on the short end of the security bait. why do you think christie took a hit? i'm going to have him on the factor tomorrow. >> i don't know. i think it may be that people looked at that and said that's unseemly for the two of them to go at each other. >> it was not. it's good vibrant debate. >> you say the numbers are the numbers. these are the numbers. the other interesting thing though is who got movement out of this. >> yeah. >> and that was in the fox poll, the last fox poll which was before the debate
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and the fox poll afterwards, the people who got movement, positive movement were first and foremost carson who went from 5% to 12%. >> okay. >> second, cruz, who went from 4% to 10%. and then fiorina who went from 3% to 5% or 2% to 5%. >> i'm never a good one to get inside the mind of the folks so i don't know. but i thought they all did pretty well. i didn't see anybody explode on stage. >> and the movement -- there is no big explosive movement there. >> let's put this all in perspective. in august of 2011, rick perry was leading at 38%. in iowa, the guy who is leading at that point is mitt romney who lost to the guy who was like at 2%, rick santorum. go back to 2007, same thing. at that point in iowa, mitt romney was leading with 34%. he ended up with 25%. huckabee got 34% and he was at 3% at this point. might point out again that
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iowa and new hampshire are very, very small and important because people with not a lot of money can get traction. that's the way it should be. two people interests me a lot. it looks like rick perry is done. had to let all his staffers go at this point i think he is done. would you agree. >> i'm not certain. let's see if he gets boost in terms of money. my sense was he almost sent out that word we're out of money to boost their fundraising. you do not want to be running out of money august before a contest. >> i think he is through. i think he did a good job as governor of texas. i'm not knowing why he didn't get more traction. >> hard to get a second favorable introduction. >> he made a gaffe. look at you. you made 85,000 gaffes, you are still sitting here. i have made more than that come on, everybody makes gaffes. i don't understand it. >> we weren't running for president. the second thing is trump, and we are going to have trump on tomorrow. he says he is going to show up. we will see. >> in person? >> what? >> in person. on the satellite. it's hard for him to walk
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five blocks because is he mobbed. everybody wants the dopey hat. so they are like grabbing the hat and they are jumping on him. but, anyway. i see him as a positive force overall because has brought so much attention to the entire republican field. >> i think there is some wisdom in that. i would worry about some of his comments like in his immigration plan. remember,. >> no, you are a wonk. i'm saying overarch. overarch. >> overall. >> you are a wonky guy. i don't care what he says. >> i do. over time what candidates say hurts them. trump himself made this point after the 2012 election. he said mitt romney's language about latinos lost latino vote and that's why he lost the election. >> trump doesn't care about that. he doesn't care. >> i know but he should. because candidates. >> are you looking out for trump or the party? >> i want to beat hillary clinton. and in order to do that. >> you think hurts the party? >> at some point he could. let's make certain he doesn't. >> what do you mean let's
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make sure? are you going to put a bag over his head? he is going to say what he wants. >> you and i both know he has friends. you and i both know these people. you know some of those people. >> i don't know his friends. are you kidding me? >> they told him in the last week you need to get off this third party thing because it's going to hurt you and the party and what he did do? >> you know how much trump listens to everybody. >> these are the people he actually listens it. >> all right. here is karl rove, everyone. he is a wonk. when we come right back, governor john kasich should be here. another wonk. he is trying to climb the presidential ladder. we will hear what he has to say on foreign policy. then a special edition of watters world, the war on women. >> you think this country's male dominated right now? >> yes. >> could you start dominating because we need a break? >> awe, watters world coming up.
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killers? is that what you want? >> well, bill, i don't want to go alone. i have been calling for this for a long time. i would like our allies to join us. we need to reestablish those relationships. but, with isis, you either pay me now or you are going to pay me a heck of a lot later. look, you read the articles over the weekend about the raping these young girls. >> sure, awful. >> it's an attack on western civilization and we have got to go and erode them and destroy them plain and simple. >> look, i'm yourselves after you get elected, right? that would be a wise move to appoint me immediately to be secretary of state. >> i will consider that bill. >> president kasich, okay, how many american troops do we want to commit to getting isis so we can tell our allies what we're going to do and convince them to help us? how many? >> well, you are the secretary of state. you are not secretary of defense, bill. and, look, i have been in the business a long time. i spent 18 years on the defense committee. and it's up to a civilian leader to make a determination that we're going to go and. >> how many troops?
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>> i'm not going to tell you how many troops until i have the military experts and military tell me. i wouldn't just keep delaying. i would get the coalition and i would go. >> let's assume 10,000 arbitrary number could change. so thousand u.s. special forces ready to go. and you know and i have said this before. general patton in the third army, all right, using tanks and all of that could wipe out isis in a week. one week they are all through in syria. you go in, we know where they're. there is no jungle to hide in, bang, they're through. a lot of civilian casualties though. all right. so you get your coalition. you get britain, france, maybe a few others. germany probably wouldn't give you anything. you know how they are. >> germany. >> maybe they would give you three soldiers. all right. you get some saudis. you get some of the other gulf states. they might put in a little. we're going to have to lead. we're going to have to lead that ground assault against isis. you know the left in this country does not want to do this so you immediately have
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a can a a debate of very intense feelings, correct? >> the leader is not putting his finger in the air and taking a poll. the country understands as they read more and more of these attacks not just what's happening there but really an attack on western civilization. a commander and chief, you know, i have been in politics. i have run many times. i started out as governor not very popular, won an overwhelming re-election. your job to do things when you are a political leader. >> persuade. absolutely. >> no. you just have to make the case. i don't think the case would be that hard to make. >> okay. >> but i will tell you, this bill. i don't believe in nation building. i think once we do our job, our military should be mobile, it should be lethal. we should take care of business and come home. this idea of converting people who to our way of life is not the right approach. >> i think you are right on that, but i think it's going to be a very difficult sale to the american people to get ground troops in there but we will see. now, iranian nuke deal, congress not going to approve it but they are not
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going to have enough votes to override a presidential veto. >> they might. don't count that out. >> i don't think so. >> listen, schumer coming our way on -- well, my way. i don't want this deal to pass for two reasons. one, is what's going to end up is they are going to is have a nuke and stronger economy. we need to leave the sanctions on and if, in fact. >> i do. the president can override and make this treaty without congress' approval and is going to as part of his legacy. >> no, it's an override vote. so the vote is not them turning it down. it's their ability to override. >> if they don't approve the treaty he can do it unilaterally. obama can make it nuke deal unilaterally. it's all for show. it's a good show because american people should make a say through their representatives. i agree. iran gets the nuke, you have to go to war to stop them. that's the argument for making the deal. and you say? >> i say that's a fallacious argument. the simple fact of the matter is, you need to
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squeeze them. iran may overtime get something like that. what we're doing is giving them permission to continue to develop things and freeing up their economy so they can support people like hamas and hezbollah. if you listen to our ally friends, bill, early on they didn't want this because this is going to empower iran to undermine their very way of life and even their government's by taking this money through their growth and their economy and i believe keeping the pressure on makes these young people more and more uncomfortable with the ayatollah. we should make it extremely difficult for them and the difficulty which represents the spread of this nuclear material. you saw where isis may have chemical weapons. imagine if they could get their hands on some of this nuclear material and what they would do with it. >> that's the argument. i have got to go. this is fascinating. of course we will have you back. number one putin, and number two, china, not going to cooperate with squeezing iran. not going to do it.
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all right. you saw the european nations couldn't get in there fast enough. and so president obama has allowed those sanctions to go by the wayside. it's going to be very hard to reimpose them. i don't believe it could happen. >> bill, here is what we do. wait, wait. hold on, bill. you put our sanctions on and there is a a secondary. french oil company wants to sell to iran. if we put sanctions on then they do don't business in america. that's more powerful than people think. >> all right. governor, we will have you back soon and we appreciate the straight talk. thank you. watters on deck with the war on women being played out in miami beach. got to see it. right back. why do so many people choose aleve? it's the brand more doctors recommend for minor arthritis pain. plus, just two aleve can last all day. you'd need 6 tylenol arthritis to do that. aleve. all day strong. as easy as it gets. wouldn't it be great if hiring plumbers, carpenters and even piano tuners... were just as simple? thanks to angie's list, now it is.
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. the war on women edition. it is a safe bet that the democrats will make the
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so-called war on women a big campaign issue. as most men know, there are plenty of ladies in miami beach. so we sent watters to the front lines down there. >> i'm here to surrender. >> how come? >> the war on women. have you ever been waterboarded in the war on women? >> what? >> do you think there is a war on women going on right now in this country? >> yeah. there is a big war. >> you think men are keeping you down? >> yeah. there's not enough equality between men and women. >> if there is a war on women, do you still have to keep paying for your dinner? >> if you want to go on a date with me, you should pay. >> you don't always want equality. you want chivalry when it suits
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you. >> if i bought you a drink, you would refuse it, right? in what way are men and women not equal? >> in the way they're treated. you can see if girl are walking biffle guys will stare at them and whistling. >> hot stuff! >> do you get paid the same as men? >> more. >> more? >> there is a reason for that. >> do you think you get paid the same as men do? >> of course not. >> do you think the wnba players should make the same as the nba players? >> of course. they're working just as hard. >> you don't believe in supply and demand? do you think this country is male dominated right now? yes. >> could you start dominating? we need a break. >> sure. i would love to. >> i feel like we might be dominating you at this moment. >> i might like that. >> well, men can be ceos and many women can't be.
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>> what woman can't be a ceo? >> a woman with two kids and more to come. >> they can't afford a nanny? >> do you think if a woman were president, there would be less war? >> we make our decisions on emotions so probably not a good idea but hillary voted for the iraq war. >> are you excited that there could be the first female president? >> i love it. i love hillary. >> i was talking about carly fiorina. >> right, yeah. >> donald trump. does he have a problem with women? >> i think he loves beautiful women. he has a problem with everybody. >> have you ever listened to him talk? >> he sponsored the beauty passage enlts. >> those are more focused on looks. not intellectual prowess. >> don't forget about the talent competition. >> what does trump need to do to
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get the women's vote? >> no one likes an arrogant president. >> i love obama. >> who do you think has done more? >> it depends upon what the meaning of the word is, is. >> why do you scream so loud when you see a mouse? is that our fault? is he going to bite me? >> not really. >> am i oppressing you right now? >> no. >> do you want me to? >> i think your boyfriend is over there. >> watters, and this is my world here. >> i'm sorry. i didn't understand a word you said. >> those two ladies at the end, what do they do for a living? >> bar tenders. >> and they make more than the men bar tenders? >> yes. and they were from south
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america. and she said -- argentina or brazil. >> the lady that says the wnba basketball players should be paid as much as the nba. does shenlds how many people go to the nba as oppose the to the wnba? >> she wants to redistribute the wealth. >> they do the same job. they put the ball in the basket. >> the job is the same but the crowds are not. >> the crowd are smaller. the roller derby people should be paid as much as the new england patriots. you didn't get into micro economics? >> next time. >> miami beach. the factor tip of the day. the tip is next.
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i'm ashamed to admit that i did not know much about my country until about a year ago. i now understand the importance of what is going. on right to your personal and financial security, dusty. if the majority of americans continue to be lazy and apathetic, this country will never, never regain the momentum needed to keep its citizens safe and prosperous. >> once and for all, please shut up and let the guests answer the questions. we don't care what you have to say after talking points. we? do you have a mouse in your pocket? we? once and for all, if a guest answers a question in a lively way, or she gets leeway. if they don't, they get challenged. c-span. right down the dial. check that out. word of the day. know it all. you are an embarrassment with ben carson. know it all.
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three words, sue. and that i know because i'm a know it all. three words. not it all. bill, thanks for being the voice of sanity during this crazy political season. you are welcome. american government teacher who just became a premium member. i chose killing reagan as my free book. welcome aboard. it come out september 22nd. you get it free if you sign up for pm status. finally, i was at jones beach listening to earth, win and fire. white band, black band together. ♪ will you raise your hands and sing with us ♪ ♪
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>> what's, the about the earth, wind and fire alliance is that it draws an integrated crowd. about 14,000 last night and there were no problems. everybody got along and everybody enjoyed the show. our pal set the tone and the band did six songs together. it was much more than music. it was a demonstration of what race relations can be. that's it for tonight. please check out the website. i would like to you spout off about the factor. name a town if you wish to opine. do not be flummoxed when writing to the factor. please remember the spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. one programming note. tomorrow, right here, trump and
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chris christie. not together. separately. we should have a wild program on the factor tomorrow. straight ahead, the kelly fils. "the kelly file." breaking tonight. the most controversial man in the presidential race releases what may be the most controversial immigration plan we've seen yet. and tonight, "the kelly file" gets an exclusive interview with the senator who helped create it. a man who just may be one of the harshest critics of the administration's current policy. welcome to the "kelly file." donald trump has been stirring up emotions since the day he announced he was running for president. we finally got an official plan from trump outlining how he will tackle the issues he's been talking about for weeks. and he introduced some of the ideas during an interview which