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short lister to close the gap with hispanic and help win florida and promote a bold foreign policy. we'll talk politics with senator marco rubio. six months before the election day the economic recovery remains uncertain . we and what the latest jobless numbers mean. and our power player of the week takes us behind the scones of jeopardy, all right now on "fox news sunday". hello again from fox news in washington. president obama officially launched his reelection bid this weekend with mitt romney the presumptive nominee. he wanted t discuss foreign policy and economy with a man who many want to see as mitt romney's running mate senator
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marco rubio. he joins us on "fox news sunday". if >> good morning. >> chris: president obama said voters face a choice between his aa of reform and the old republican agenda, take a look . >> this time they want bigger tax cuts to the wealthiest americans . this time, they wantine deeper cuts to things like education and medicare and now after a long and pirited primary, republicans in congress found a fomny for president who promised to rubber stamp the agenda if he gets the chance. >> chris: in fact, romney endorsed the house budget and calls for tax cuts for the wealthy and cuts for the speppeding programs for the middle class . >> this president doesn't have a budget and the senate hasn't
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produced a budget. this president anded us to hire him on the promise that he knew how to fix the economy and he would be different and unite the country. we judge him by the standard he set. the economy is worse off debt is higher and this president's rhetoric is like anybody else in washington. all of the things that made him and special four years ago are gone and now he runs dividing americans against each other because he can't run on his record. >> he said he inherited a mess and his programs are working more slowly than he thought they would and the republican agenda would take us back to the mess. >> the facts are different. he inherited a difficult climate. he told the american people he knew how to fix temperature he
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run up a five trillion dollar debt and more people since 1981 are underemployed or unemployed or stop looking for work. the jobs report are abysmal and things are not getting better and for the first two years of his presidency, his parties control both chambers of congress and he got the health care bill and stimulus and things are getting worse under his watch. he is accountable for that. he wants this campaign to about anything but that. >> the romney camp reponded to the president's speech with a new video. take a first look at that. >> the real question . job creation number small for the third straight month. >> not how we are doing today but how we are doing tomorrow employ. >> chris: rom no said job growth sho be 500,000
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jobs a month and not 115,000 it was last month and unemployment rate is four percent and not what was. and here are couple of statistics, senator, this counselry acheeched 500,000 only two months in the last 20 years. and in fact, as governor of massachusetts, romney never had four percent unemployment? >> we want a president who understands the way things are now is not unacceptable . and the steeper the fall and recession is, the faster and sharper the recovery should be. that's what governor mitt romney is talking about. i have faith in the american people. they have not run out of good businesses they want to open. they have not forgotten how it create jobs. but they need a government whose
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policies make it easier to do these things and not harder and the president's record is a record of policies that make it harder for americans to start a business and grow an existing siness and there by create jobs. i am glad we have a nominee that has high expectations for the american economy. >> chris: when you say that the president's policiless make it harder to start a new business or hire people, give me two examples where you think the obama policy makes it harder and romney makes it easier. >> the president has run up a five trillion dollar debt. ther destined for a massive tax increases to pay it off. that scares people from investing in the american economy. how will you open a business or grow an existing one. uncertainty about the tax code . he uses the tax code as a weapon
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for class warfare and dividing americans against each other. he thinks the solution to every problem the nation faces is a tax increase on member. and third is a regulatory environment. health care law alone is a endless stream of regulations that scare people. if you are a small business person, you are afraid to hire employees. you have no idea how much it will cost you to comply with the health care law. i am hearing from real people here in florida that are afraid of hiring people or starting a new business because of thippings directly attributable to the president and his administration . >> senator turn to the other big store tore this week. the case of the chinese dissident chen who the government there can travel for a travel permit to go to the united states to study.
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before secretary of state hillary clinton worked tout and this is what romney had to say and he had been turned over to the chinese without protection. >> it is a dave shame for the obama administration. >> question: did governor over react in the middle of the diplomatic chrisis? >> i don't think so. it is what we are dealing with in china. we know we are dealing with people who are parinoid and control freaks and a totalitarian system. they control the wors on the internet and who visits him in jail or i am sorry, in the hospital. these are the things we are deal. and second there is a propensity that the administration seems to have to have an unwillingness to
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enforce american values. we saw that in 2009 in the green revolution in iran and we see it in china that the administration looked reluctant to enforce the defensive of the united states of human rights respect for huhan rights and that is troubling. i am not sure why the administration has a propensity to feel reluctant to assert american principles. we should be proud of those value principles. >> chris: the obama administration played up the launch the raid to kill osama bin laden and biden suggests that romney might not have made the same call. >> thanks to bin laden, is dead general motors is alive. you have to and yourself had
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governor romney been president, could he have used the same slogan in reverse? >> chris: is that fair game in politics? and secondly what do you think of joy biden in foreign policy. >> he's been wrong on everything he advised and anded for from dividing iraq and telling the president not to do the operation. i al think he is a very nice person but he has the tendency to say interesting things to say the least. the issue of bin laden it was a proud day for all americans . the armed forces did a fine job and the president has had credit and rightfully so for making that decision. he has taken something that should unite the american people and instead turned it in a
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weapon of political warfare. i think it is wrong for the president and president to use the issue for politics. when this president ran for office in 2008, he said he would be different and a uniter to bring americans together three and half years later, the president is just like everybody else in washington dc . he has lost himself and lost what makes him different and this issue of using the bin laden raid is one example of how his administration became like everybody else. >> chris: i want to do a lightning round and i emphasize quick questions and answers in a number of foreign hot spots. tarting with iran. pursue a dual track on one hand and propose sanctions and keeping up on the possibility of negotiations and preparing for a
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possible military strike. isn't that what president obama is doing? >> i think the tactics are one thing and the attitude toward the tactics are another. for example, i am concerned that the president and his administration put too much faith in the negotiation rout and in particular success in the negotiation are domed a willingness to continue to negotiate it is not an indefinite period of time. it is a track i outlined and when i raised that point on iran i didn't raise as a criticism of the administration but an observation of the right way to handle it. we need to prepare our allies of the world for the reality at the end of the day, if negotiations and sanctions don't work there will be a need for military action . we can't tolerate and the world would agree we can't folerate a nuclear iran. >> we continue aid as a way to
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advance values and interest. romney said we should cut foreign aid by hundred million dollars; is he wrong. >> he is looking for efficienciys in the budget and rightfully so temperature is never a good time to spend more money than we have and no time to waste money. we have challenge grants and other methodologies to make sure money is getting to the recipie. foreign aid gives leverangs and spread ourision in the world. he made the observation from a budgetary perspective in the end of the day we can make a compelling argument that places around the world without foreign aid we don't have the leverage in the regions that are important to our national security. >> richard granel who is openly gay resigned from the romney camp after he was not allow tod
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talk to respiratories because of opposition from social conservatives. what ask that say about tolerance if i may finish. both in the romney campaign and in the republican party. >> first of all i don't know him or the circumstances of his hiring. he left the campaign on his own volition and his decision to leave. >> chris: in fairness that was after he set up a conference call and he was told we don't want you to talk because of the concern for the conservatives granle was spokesman for the u.s. mission for the nation nation for years. >> i don't mr. grenel or his hiring and the campaign has reponded to that and i am sure they would respond to you. i am not familiar with it and what i have seen in the public statements. they hire people on merit and
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qualification and ability to do the job. and leaving the campaign he made and not anded to do that. >> chris: on the bigger issue, seasonor and this was a point president obama made in the spoach. he said republicans and romney will take it back when it come to gayight and birth control and abortion? >> once again there is difference of opinions on the issues. on the issue of life, yes, sir republican party by and large. but there is diversit net republican party. there are things as pro choice republicans and view pro life in the democratic party and more tolerance in the republican party that being said. i am proud that they are a pro life on the issue of life. on the other issues that you have raised. i don't know anything about a contraception debate. i know about a religious
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liberty's debate and whether the federal government should have the power to enforce the religious institution in this case the catholic church to have to pay for something that the church teaches against. >> i understand the president turns it into a contraception issue. he doesn't want to run on his record. instead they are in search of an issue that they can divide the american people on. and that's wrong. that's not what he ran as. he spoke to john kerry's nominating convention. there was not a red or blue america but a united states of america. what happened to that barack obama. he is a politician that is prone to hyperbaly and it is very sad to watch. >> senator, i want to move on to specific issues. you propose a scaled back version of the drome act and
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allow children of illegal imdeprants to get visas if they are serving in college and military and allow them to stay in the country while applying for permanent residency. isn't that a form of amnesty? >> no, we iges existing immigration system to deal with a humanitarian issue . these children who entered illegally or overstayed visas, these are children and they follow their parents and the parents put them in the predictament and they grew up here and engrained in our society and they have much to contribute to our future. the case of the young girl who is accept in dartmouth and yet has a deportation order. it is crazy to deport someone like that. use the immigration system. we do that for poem to stay here
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legally and study and work and point if they want to stay here permanently as i suspect they will, they will be able to do so and avail themselves of the existing system and visas, not a special one like the dream act. >> chris: senator if it is such a good idea ask throw a life lineto mitt romney to win back has has voters after the anti-illegal immigrations that he took. he will say he's studying it. >> it is impossible to and him or anyone to take a firm position on a bill that is not filed yet. we don't have a piece of legislation with the details on it and the other thing i would say, the vast majority and overwhelming majority of the hispanics in the united states are here illegally. and somehow suggest that the hispanic communts - community is
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in favor of illegal immigration. and you know someone and have a family member that is impacted by the illegal immigration problem . you are sensitive and compassionate to that. and it is important that the republican party be clear. governor romney is for a illegal immigration system that works. if we have an illegal immigration system that works it becomes less complicated. >> chris: whether you like it or not, you are widely considered perhaps the front runner to be mitt romney's running mate in the fall election. let's deal with that. you are 41. you say you look 35. honestly, do you think that you have the experience, the experience to be a heart beat away from the presidency in >> i am not going to discuss the vice
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presidency and governor romney has a process in place. i am qualified to serve in the united states senate and people can take from that what they want. i have a experience in local government and served in state government eight of those nine years i was majority whip speaker of the flore house and peeker of the florida house two year and served a year ask half in the united states senate; that is my record. i am not the most experienced person in washington dc, but i have experience serving in government and legislative branch in one of the largest and most complex states in terms of public policy. and every day that goes by i gain more experience. i would say there was a point of diminishing return and what i learned about washington if you are there too long you believe that certain things are no
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longer possible. you are like the way the president has become. vicious and cynical and begin to hyperly. and looking for an opportunity to pit americans against each other. and what made president obama different in 2008, was the promise to unite america and talk above the issues. he hasn't done that anymore. >> chris: you havee that point. i want to show you polling nbc. hispanics make up 44 percent of the now mex population. and twen in nevada and 23 percent in florida and 21 percent in colorado and right now obama leads romney among the hispanic voters. as a professional politician can rom no win the presidency if hispanic vote for obama over him two-one. >> there is no such thing as a hispanic vote. i will girlfriend you an
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example. my cousin is the democratic leader of the state senate in nevada . we have the same family and shared experience. some of it depends on where you grew up and the politics of the place you live in. ask for cuban americans in new jersey and cuban americans in miami tend to be republicans. >> chris: that brings up two points. he can't win the presidency if he loses hispanic by more than two-one wouldn't you? >> first of all he will not lose hispanic two-one in florida. he has an opportunity to win hispanics in florida and other parts of the country to make a compelling case. there is no such thing as a hispanic vote. there are things to unify the hispanic community. if you look at obama record it is not upward mobility it is a record job losses and record
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unemployment and people jobbing out of the job search. hispanics are affected by the obama administration's bad policy with regard to the economy. and on the other hand american free enterprizes system that is the only economic system in the history of the world that allows people to climb out of the circumstances of the birth and that is a compelling argument to make to all americans and especially americans of hispanic dissent. >> will you do whatever mitt romney ands to help him beat barack obama. >> this is a clever question, chris. i will be helpful as i can be to the nominee who is going to be the next president of the united states and the good nuse is, we have a deep bench of folk republican party and a good team of people to go across the country and sell governor romney
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message. >> chris: when you say helpful as you can be look, i understand you are not campaigning for it and understand the idea that you respect the process and i believe you when you say you don't want to be the choice, having said that. if mitt romney said i need you to help me beat bark obama and begin your feelings in the country and red, whit and blue patriotism. >> chris, i you would try much one time. i will not talk about the vice approximate presidential process. there is a number of ways people can help our nominee and i hope i did that today. >> chris: senator rubio thank you for your time here today. up next. president obama launches his reelection . the economic news is not good. we'll and our political group.
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>> we have to move forward to the future we imagine in 2008 and erch gets the fair shot and fair share and plays by the same rules. that's the choice in the election and that's why i am running for a second term as president of the united states.
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president obama saturday in ohio, officially kicking off his reelection bid. time now for our sunday group . bill kristol of the weekly standard. ab stoddard from the hill newspaper. and former state department official and fox nuse contributor liz cheney and fox news analyst juan williams. bill, he made that same as he has. he wants everyone with a fair shot and rom no and republicans want bigger tax cuts for the wealthy and speppeding cuts for the poor and middle class. >> there was not a lot about his record in his speech i missed the long defense of obama care and signature achievement and his long defense of the stimulus, and he would like to frame this as romney is going back to the bush year and rubber
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stamp for the horr you believe congress running as mr. hope and change don't worry about what he has done. >> chris: i have to say despite the cynicism in the report the facts are overwhelming. i was struck ab about how little he did in three and half years in washington and he want to frame it between a choice between the middle class and poor and romney will protect the rich. >> that's why romney uses the same words. because the president cannot run on his record you will hear distortion and distraction. >> chris: there is little he talked about it. >> we heard and months are have known heel not talk about obama care and stim tim program now he has an economy he can't talk up. we looked like we would have a
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recovery and that has now dimmed. he is finding it difficult to touch on a theme that win swing vores and knock off mitt romney in the fall . and the divisive theme of we can't go back to hidous republican economic policies is the one he embraced and they only want to cut taxes for the ch and they will take us back to the brink of the depression again. what i wonder is if in several months he doesn't have tompt he is trying to rev up the students before they leave campus for the summer and it is brazenly political at this poign and i wonder about his tone as weeks and months pass. >> i want to pick up on and i am sure both of them did not watch the president's speech live. it was the same basic argument hoe made in 2010.
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you give control b to romney and the republicans and they will take us back to the mess we have dug out of three and half years and argue good or bad message. they tried it in 2010 and tock a shelllacking and why is it working any better this time. >> i don't think he will. there is not much he can run on. each time i hear him peek. i am reminded about the way the senator it is operate in a negative sense. that is sort of the end of the responsibility and whether it was this speech yesterday in afghanistan, you have a sense of saying it doesn't make it so. and he's very effective public speaker from the technique stand point and if you are facing uation where the record is so bad and recovery is so slow and unhappy. i think it is going to be difficult for him to say yes, just trust me for three or four
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more years here and the policies are complete failures to date. >> are we overnegative about the president's speech? >> i think it is. i am sort of of a mind, when i look at the economy. we are in a recession and the fact is, we have been in a slow and clear recovery. that is what the conjectory sold everybody in investments on wall street knows it is back to 1300, the other day and beyond where we were when the great recession started. if you look at the rate of production and services and goods by this economy temperature is it again in excess of where we were. >> and think that what we are doing here. we are saying listen. this is what the economy is. he has manage to run on you can
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say as bill kristol pointed out. he didn't talk about obama care or stimulus and never mentioned that word. but the fact is, there are indicators for the american people and kids coming out of college and looking for a job, that say we are on a right track i disagree with my colleagues here. >> chris: having saidt. economic news and we just got the latest economic report for april on friday and the news was not good and we'll put it on the screen are are upon i jobs created and unemployment rate went down because 342,000 left the work force and the percentage of the americans in the work force those who have jobs or looking for jobs is 63.6 percent. and the president does note that the private sector has created more than four million jobs over
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the last 26 months. can he sell that as a recovery? >> he can sell it razz eye very medoicre improvement. what will dohe say in october and if he makes the voice of bush second term. scariest moment is in terms of the economy and 2008. that was under president bush's watch and he was responsible for the housing bubble and mortgages and financial crisis. the more you think through what obama strat edgy is hang 2007 and 8 on the republican nominees and say recovery is not great but better than what i inherited. he will make mitt romney in the third term of george bush. >> chris: is that right >> are
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you better off now than in 2008 yes, you are. but he's running out of time and we see that from the latest numbers. estimate of growth are down grade and we'll not see the kind of growth before people go to the polls and it is it going to boost hire the picture is not going to change much and so if this is not enough progress near americans, they will vote him out. >> chris: all right. before we get over negative about that. he's leading or tied in the polls and experts say hoe has a much easier path to the 270 electoral votes than mitt romney does at this point. liz, are you considering to run for the senate of wyoming. >> i love wyoming and wyoming t is my home and how important it is that we dephot obama in 2012 f. you and people are you better
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off now than five trillion dollars ago they say absolutely not there was a report yesterday that you are traveling around thitate and knowledging of running from the senate in wyoming. >> i am honored to and help support the republican party in wyoming, but i am focusing on dephoting bark obama. we don't have the election of looking beyond the election. >> chris: to be continued and we'll take a break. when we come back . we'll turn to foreign policy and politics a farewell long awaited. goodnit, stuffy. goodnight, outdated. goodnight old luxury and all of your wares. goodnight bygones everywhere. [ engine turns over ] good morning, illumination. good morning, innovation. good morning unequaled inspiration.
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>> we are closely engaged in following up as he takes the next steps and we will certainly keep you informed. >> chris: secretary of state hillary clinton on saturday expressing optimism about the deal that the u.s. made with china to allow a dissident to come to this country. we are back with the panel. how do you think that the obama administration handled the case of the chinese dissident chen and how confident are you that they will keep the promise of getting a travel permit for the family to study. >> they made mistakes and to be fair they are tough issues to
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handle in real time and they need to insist that the chinese government keeps its promise. this is a test and i suspect there is enough pressure to see to it. i actually think it might be secretary of state clinton was helped by the uproar and say to the chinese, it is a huge issue in the united states. we have a presidential campaign and you want everyone in the country for china to treat its people . let him go and it is probably better for you. >> chris: it looked like the u.s. diplomats in beijing allowed chen to go to the hospital and lost control and contact with him. but by the end of the week it was rescued. >> i think so, the task will be in the coming days and weeks if he is mtreated or rearrested or he can make it here as planned. i think it is it a complicated
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and chaoticuation made more difficult because chen awn changed his desires and request and was thanking the u.s. one minute and disappointment. and the abandonment in the hospital was a lapse for the u.s. officials. he was not helped boy the mitt romney criticism. it was reflective and a political error for him to weigh in on something that was happening quickly and so sensitive. it was mitt romney would not have made the same call on the bin laden raid it was a mistake and strangely helped. but it was political tone deaf. >> chris: we have a lot of big issues with the chinese. trade and currence yemanipulation and what china is going to do for us or not do for
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us in terps of -- terms of syria and north korea and iran. how should the administration balance the bigger issue and the question of human rights and wanting to protect people chen? >> the first step to be in a position where we can convey a level of confident that the administration hasn't convoyed and if you look at what happened with chen. it was a mix of familiar gred - ingredients, incompetence and naivity that you can trust the chinese and a desire not to offe the regime. they have repeatedly come down on the wrong side. rubio mentioned the way they dealt with the green revolution in iran. there is a constant desire to
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not be strong and forceful and not to stand up in defense of american values and i think frankly that hurts us and limits ourability to defend our interest. >> chris: juan. >> nation build interferring in other countries is real and when you are dealing with the chinese, the chun chin a longest time viewed the united states and worried about our presence in the whole asia realm what we are seeing increased sensitivity by the chinese to a global image. and a willingness to deal with it in a practical way. there is a solution rather than to at a there and stand to the nationalist and think that the united states is a super power and bully is a way of doing this. and in terms of opportunity to study abroad the only question
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in my mind, will there be action taken against his friends and people in chin a. chen is a symbol of the civil right's movement inside of china and the chinese government can be awusive. >> chris: the other big story this week. president obama made a surprise visit this past week to afghanistan on the first anniversary of the raid that took down osama bin laden and the obama campaign released a campaign video that upset people, take a look. >> it was not bin laden, suppose they had been captured or killed. the diatribe would be horrible for him. >> chris: horrible for him. the thing that strikes me about it. it was a misstatement by president clinton, but the fact is, it is it part of a obama
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video. they are focusing on the political risk to obama than the life and death risk to the navy seals. >> i don't think that is what president clinton said in the obama campaign video. that is unfortunate for the bum but campaign and the country. the former president of the united states to send this political message is odd and inappropriate. i don't think george bush or george w or bill clinton did this kind of thing. and that is a little strange it is it too bad. >> that is like saying jimmy carter wouldn't have made the call. guess what mitt romney said on the campaign. i am not going to move hen and earth to go after one guy. it would have been calamatous in the way the iranian hostage crisis for jimmy carter. >> he did the right thing ordering a rescue and the
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secretary of state quit. and he didn't say gee, i am president of the united states i will do the right thing and we supported president obama's doing it and he would have gotten credit if they hadn't politicalized it excessively. >> chris: don't you think they did. >> it was unseem low they used the anniversary. >> chris: that was my question>> but the fact is, what republicans have done on national security and initial defense. and you are telling me republicans wouldn't have made hay. we are talking politics here. obama has succeeded in taking it off of the table. >> chris: we have less than two minutes left. the president signed a long-term security agreement with cars cars - karzia that commits us to helping the afghan government after our troops leave in 20
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thereto 14 and toup 20 thereto 24 for 10 years; what does that mean? >> your words are right and that is the important key. no one knows what it means. president obama said the war ends in 2014. >> they did say it needs more training and counterterrorism component to the u.s.. >> and the ability not to launch your own strikes including in. we launched the bin laden raid from it is unprecedented to have a president who rejected every major recommendation from the commanders on the ground for the duration of his time in office and conif i wered we are negotiating in a where we said we are leaving in 2014. they have no incentive to negotiate with us. the president is natching defeat from what could have been a victory.
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he doesn't talk about victory or winning there is no evidence that the broke with al-qaida which he said was the objective and no way to verify any move in that direction based on the disagreement it is it a dangerousuation. thank you, panel and see you next week. our group picks up with the discussion on the web site. "fox news sunday".comx. follow us on twitter on fox news sunday. up next, a special power player of the week. our science teacher helped us build it. ♪ now i'm a geologist at chevron, and i get to help science teachers. it has four servo motors and a wireless microcontroller. over the last three years we've put nearly 100 million dollars into american education. that's thousands of kids learning to love science. ♪
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at, we put the law on your side. >> chris: still to come t power player of the week. people who come to the tapings, how would you do, alex if you were a contestant on the show. >> chris: alex trebek said it doesn't come quickly to him. >> a good 30 year old would clean my clock. there's been a whole lot of ta . let's shed a little light on the subject. unlike cable, verizon fios is 100% fiber-optics -- so it's powered by light... that means it's faster, and has vastly more bandwidth capacity. for video chats with grandma, downloading hd movies, and uploading home videos. all the internet you need for all your devices. verizon fios is america's fastest, most consistent,
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>> if i can ring in with my ball point pin faster than the contestant and come up with the reponce i feel good >> chris: alex alex trebek is talk being the appeal of jeopardy. the show he hosted for 6000 episodes over 28 years ands what makes a good contestant. >> on our show they did well because of intelligence and skills and game playing abilities. 92 jeopardy came to washington in april. >> read the final and the scores in the end of the double jeopardy round to tape five shows with power players including me. alex trebek gave me poigners. >> chris: you will see it up there and hear it as i read it reenforced the clu. >> if i hit this, it lights up. 92 and you must repond.
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turns out the signaling device is person as knowing the worry. >> chris: you can't ring in until i read the last syllable of the last word in the clue. and you locked yourself out for a fraction of the second. >> i learned it in the practice game with dr. oz and bbc anchor. there were some lutches. - on lumps. and downs. and one of the joys of jeopardy is how it changed over three decades. you anded about pop culture and a fire storm in 2001 when alex trebek shauved his mustache on a whim. >> we are on the verge of war and yet so much is being made of alex shaved his mustache.
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>> alex trebek is hosted game shows since the 60s in natuv can dampt >> number of correct answers are can dampt >> if someone on the internet said that, they should get a life. >> you seem as if you know all of the answers to all of the questions. >> chris: do you doubt they know. do you dumb it down for celebrities? in fact alex trebek answers two-thirds of the clues. but as he gets older it doesn't come as quickly to him. people awn and how would you do if you were a contestant on the show. a good 30 year old would clean my clock. >> alex trebek has other interest. he goes on uso tour to entertain soldiers and deeply involved in world vision to provide schools
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and clean water in third world countries. he is now 71 and raises the biggest question. 92 any thoughts of retiring. >> yes, i have thought about retiring but i am torn because i enjoy doing the show so much. a lot of people said alex go for 30. you have just done 28. at least do two more. and that has a nice ring to it put in your 30 and go help people. jeopardy's dc power players runs the week of may 14th. my game airs on wednesday may caneth alex trebek said they made it for us than usual contestants. up next, we hear fru. - from you.
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>> chris: time for the commepts posted. and we have a few of last week's show. our interview with white house counterterism. brenem was fine of obama holding pictures. and yet he dodged the question of adwith clinton of killing of osama bin laden. and our conversation with preacher osteen. >> i wish he could obsolve his interpretation of gays and understand a civil marriage and religious wedding.
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