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mr. williams. kimberly atkins, not only are you the washington chief washington reporter for the boston harold, you're a columnist, you cover many issues. looking back at the recent un gathering, of the most powerful people in the world, who were the winners and the losers? >> well, definitely the president made his mark, and i can't forget the pope, too. he is not a political figure, but he definitely made a big impact there. but i think the big focus was between president obama and vladimir putin. they had the toast seen around the world where they exchanged icy stairs and gave very differing opinions about the situation in syria, and soon after, russia got involved militarily in syria with missile strikes and that created a big issue, that sort of previewed what we might see going forward in foreign policies between
>> don you see mr. putin and president obama to oust syria president as assad and our european allies are more in line with mr. putin, but we have seen what is happening in syria, iraq and other places where we have ousted leaders it crates chaos and mayhem for the people who are still there. >> you hear vladimir putin he had the interview with rossen, and he pressed him on his comments about he wants to bring russia back as international player and you are seeing that with what is going on in syria. i'm more interested in going forward in the response to him. you saw john kerry who is miffed as president putin actions in syria and the icy stairs, but i think it's going to be
interesting especially in the campaign. >> what is at stake? >> i think it's so much at stake, especially russia's standing in the world, and no doubt about it, putin wants to have russia on the big stage and at various times, he has done things that the u.s. didn't expect, like the cry mayia offensive, and iraq and iran. the u.s. has been on heels ask whatandthat is what has caused all of this tension. when you have u.s. offenses, they're not working with one another. you don't know what is going to happen. it's a very dangerous situation. >> is this is a question that all americans, want an answer to, who are our allies? is it the saudi's, is it the egyptians, who are our allies in that region of the world? >> it's something that should be pretty straight forward, but it's not always, in some ways we
do have israel and saudi arabia, but because of the situation there so is so complex. i know is israeli officials have been reaching out to other middle eastern muslim countries based on their dissatisfaction with the iran-nuclear agreement trying to build their own coalition of folks to support them, and rejecting that agreement and asserting that iran is a bigger force to be dealt with, and not in the way that the u.s. is doing. so the situation is so complex that it is creating strange allies in a lot of ways. >> you know, speaker boehner, his deciding to not just no longer interested in being speaker, and retiring from congress, he i had toyed with this in 2015. does he really leave a void. is mccarthy going to be the next speaker of the house. can you say this is edge in stone?
what becomes of the house and the republicans and work with the president? >> i think it's going it be an interesting situation going forward. you saw on friday, jason, the report that he is going to run for speaker now. i think it's going to intensify this void between the right wing of the party and the more established figures, the ones that would support kevin mccarthy and john boehner. we will finally see if the conservatives can stand up to the republicans here. they have -- the establshment has beaten them back multiple times in the last couple of years, this is opportunity to do it, but i think it's going to be expectskeptical, and the more fractured. >> i was in a tennis but the value summit gala and i was really struck by senator mark rubio announced that boehner was leaving. there was a jumping, noted a standing ovation, but a jumping ovation, does this bode well for mitch mcconnell.
mitch mcconnell is not going anywhere, but he is an insider just like john boehner was, and the right doesn't like wash right now. washington right now. just give us the house, give us the house, give us the senate. they have the senate, examine they still feel what have you done? but you have a democratic president and that is what republicans in washington say, listen, stop fighting within each other and let's focus on winning in 2016. >> the move of the american people is quite different, kim. i mean, they want stand your ground, even if it means shutdown the government e take on the president, take on congress, stand on principle. the mood of the republicans reflect not only their constituency but america? >> i agree, and i think the mood of the country really is, is showing us this dissatisfaction with the inaction and inefficiency of government, i think that is why in the presidential race on the republican side you see the
are not just, who are in the washington affiliated with that, but that speak in a different way, that present ideas in a different way and i think that is one reason why we see the top candidates doing as well as they are and other candidates like jeb bush are really struggling. when we come back, and it's a the perfect segueway, let's talk about the greatest of reality show in america today are the republicans president of the base, soon the democrats will get into it, but it's the best reality show, don't ask me. look at numbers from fox and cnn. the graft audience greatest audience for the greatest show on earth, we will
back on the right side. former governor jeb bush and chris christie and all the establishment, are just waiting, just praying for the outside force hits at its maximum and eventually over. are they risking too much? will it ever change. we are going to pose this to our panelist. there's three outsiders and full disclosures, one of my favorite moments, i am dr. ben carson's business manager, i'm his paid programming today. got that out of the way. there are three outsiders, donald trump, dr. benjamin carson and carlie fiorina, and we're going to ask you each of you, we're going to give you trump, we're going to give you
tell us why they continue to do well, especially trump and dr. carson no matter what they say. it seems resonate even greater. they raise more money? what are the pit falls going forward and what are their strengths? we will start with you hall. >> i think they are continuing to be angry. >> tell us who you are talking about? >> donald trump. >> mr. trump. >> he continues to have anger among the far right of the spectrum on the republican side. he continues to tap into that especially with the immigration issue. that is the number one driving force for most of these voters, they are the people that help, they are a cancer, the ones that keep pushing, the an tie conference immigration crowd. i think the biggest pit fall for donald trump is that his campaign is earned of free media. that is the biggest thing for im. can he keep that up? i'm not sure. he is running with a very short staff. i think he has ten staffers, even.
it's going to be interesting to see what happens, and if he keeps, you know, it depends on if the electricet gets sick of his act. >> kimberly dr. ben carson. >> i think dr. sar son appeals to carson appeals tothe conservative crowd, but has a different approach. instead of being the rival rouser, he has been a soothing candidate, and the soothing alternative to trump's bio and the fact that he is an outsider and his ideas are appealing. i think the pit fall is the lack of experience over the course of the campaign y come to hurt him, and you know, this him not being used to the length of a campaign, the issue that might come up and his experience once we get a little further in into
we will have to see. >> carlie fiorina, she is a great debater. she has shown in the first two debates, she knows the issues, she is on top of the issues. number two, she can go after hillary clinton reeffectively. when she -- very effectively. and when she talks the loss of her daughter, it's really motion, and people, everyone that has had tragedy in their lives identify with carlie fiorina, and the record at hewlett-packard that is something that is going to be front and center now that she is in the top three. >> let's put up the favor ability ratings of the candidates. how is that? >> i think it's definitely significant. you look among the top tier, the top six candidates, they have broken away in a sense from the other ones. the two that the favorable are ben carson, and marco rubio.
starting to surge right now. they're not enmore ed by the jeb bushes, and they are looking for the one to rise, and he is the one of that can play both sides effectively. and the donald trump has the higher unfavorables, especially among the top 6s that they're talking about. >> a different question. what is it that governor bush can do to turn around his fortune? anything? >> he has got to bring some excitement to his campaign. >> he is attacking rubio like lethal weapon. >> is that what you're talking about? >> no. i don't think so. he needs to find a way to engage votevoters. that is the one thing that the outsiders have done, when jeb bush intakes speaks it's very wonkish
he has to separate himself from his father and his brother, and give somebody, give the voters something to sink their teeth into, the way that carlie phi or ina, donald trump and other candidates have done. >> bob cusack, is there of, in all of your reporting, and your history and presidential politics, can you honestly sit here among this esteemed group examine tell us about any possibility, who will be the president of the united states in november of 2016, and if you can't, tell us what is different with this landscape? >> i can't even tell you who is going to be the republican nominee. what you are seeing with the outsiders and the donald trump effect specifically that everyone thought would last a week or two and now we're in the fall, jeb bush is still in single digits, but i think one way that he could do better is to change his last name to reagan. that the only way i see him coming up. i don't know who is going to win the republican nomination.
i'm not sure who is going to win the democratic nomination, joe biden is a possibility. he is more viable than he used to be. hillary clinton numbers going down. predictable. a lot of people thought romney would win. i thought the electoral math favored obama that was predictable in my stemmings election. 2008 was predictable, that obama came and beat hillary clinton. this year, i don't know who is going to win on either side, much less who is going to be worn in on 2017. >> one last question. one thing is that consistent in this presidential cycle is that trump continue and carson continue to sore and everyone else with the exception of fiorina continue to drop. how do they close the gap between now and when it matters? >> i think it's the debate. the debates are so important. >> the debates doesn't seem to
affect carson and trump. >> true, but they have done well in the first couple of debates and not only that -- >> they think that carson hasn't done well in the debate. >> i think we got a lot more debates and i think that one thing is that both carson and trump are quick on their feet. jeb bush has not been quick on his feet. you have to be quick on the your feet on the debate and the campaign trail. marco rubio has done well. but what is his favorite victory? iowa new hampshire he is not on the top, long way to go but how he gets to the victory circle, i'm not sure. >> listen, finally, you think america is ready for a trump of-carson ticket? >> that's a loaded question. everything that happened today, a month ago. >> it certainly would be a ticket. >> i don't think it's unrealistic to make that statement. >> together they have all of 50
>> they got a lot going for them right now. they got a lot going for them and a lot more than the establishment can. >> the action about, i said, trump-carson? you certainly can't say that everybody else. so that note we say goodbye. >> thank you for attempting to answer that, reynolds, and you're just as confused as everybody else. >> thank you for joining us. we're going to come back with our good news up there on the
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