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The Trump Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to President-elect Donald Trump. See or download fact checks of Trump's statements by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Post’s Fact Checker . This evolving non-commercial, searchable collection is designed to preserve the historical record for posterity. Here is a how-to on using the Trump Archive. he project is a work in progress, with improvements planned for expanding...
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A collection of TV News clips that have been fact checked by FactCheck.org, PolitiFact, The Washington Post's Fact Checker, or other fact checking organizations. See a downloadable table with fact checks organized by topic, date, and fact check sources   here . p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; color: #454545}  
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The U.S. Congress Archive collects TV news shows containing debates, speeches, rallies, and other broadcasts related to members of the U.S. Congress.  See or download fact checks by FactCheck.org , PolitiFact , and The Washington Postís Fact Checker . This project, a work in progress, is an evolving non-commercial, searchable collection is designed to preserve the historical record for posterity. For details about how we create our archives of public officials, see the Trump Archive ....
Understanding 9/11: A Television News Archive
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The 9/11 Television News Archive is a library of news coverage of the events of 9/11/2001 and their aftermath as presented by U.S. and international broadcasters. A resource for scholars, journalists, and the public, it presents one week of news broadcasts for study, research and analysis. Television is our pre-eminent medium of information, entertainment and persuasion, but until now it has not been a medium of record. This Archive attempts to address this gap by making TV news coverage of...
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Collection of political ads.  Visualization of ads over US markets: /details/tv?markets Also viewable through PoliticalAdArchive.org .
TV NSA Clip Library
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Experimental library of TV news clips pertaining to recent revelations about the NSA and its oversight
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This is part of the larger TV News Archive . The project explored the public interest values of a digital library of 2014 political TV advertising, centered in the Philadelphia metro region. Media & Money The Internet Archive is presenting searchable online libraries of the Philadelphia-region’s political advertising, television news, and a wide range of related web and social media content leading up to the 2014 election. We partnered with the Sunlight Foundation , Philadelphia’s...
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An exhibit of news broadcasts from around January 1st, 2012 from more than 60 stations in 30 countries. We hope the Happy News Year exhibit will highlight the amazing breadth of culture and opinion available through daily television news.
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[LIVE] Sean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to their questions at his daily briefing. People: Sean Spicer Sponsor: White House
Topics: Homeland Security, Russia[LIVE] Sean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to their questions at his daily briefing. People: Sean Spicer Sponsor: White House
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Fox News West
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Topic: Taxes
Interviews with newsmakers and discussions of current affairs.
Topic: TaxesInterviews with newsmakers and discussions of current affairs.
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Topics: Russia, Elections, Homeland Security
CBS' venerable Sunday-morning newsmaker-interview show also aired in prime time in 1960 and '61. When the series premiered in 1954, the first guest was Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
Topics: Russia, Elections, Homeland SecurityCBS' venerable Sunday-morning newsmaker-interview show also aired in prime time in 1960 and '61. When the series premiered in 1954, the first guest was Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
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Topics: Health Care, Government regulation, Medicare, Medicaid
CBS' venerable Sunday-morning newsmaker-interview show also aired in prime time in 1960 and '61. When the series premiered in 1954, the first guest was Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
Topics: Health Care, Government regulation, Medicare, MedicaidCBS' venerable Sunday-morning newsmaker-interview show also aired in prime time in 1960 and '61. When the series premiered in 1954, the first guest was Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
Topic: Health Care, Government regulation, Medicare, Medicaid
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Topics: Supreme Court, History
Sponsor: Trump Presidential Campaign
Topics: Supreme Court, HistorySponsor: Trump Presidential Campaign
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President Trump addressed the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Atlanta where he thanked the NRA and its members for their support, and among other topics, promised that he and his administration would protect and defend the Second Amendment. Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
Topic: Supreme CourtPresident Trump addressed the National Rifle Association's annual meeting in Atlanta where he thanked the NRA and its members for their support, and among other topics, promised that he and his administration would protect and defend the Second Amendment. Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
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Topic: Taxes
A chronicle of President Donald Trump's first few months in the Oval Office, including policy proposals, cabinet picks, media coverage and what voters think of his agenda.
Topic: TaxesA chronicle of President Donald Trump's first few months in the Oval Office, including policy proposals, cabinet picks, media coverage and what voters think of his agenda.
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Topics: Trade, Trade deficit, Canada
A chronicle of President Donald Trump's first few months in the Oval Office, including policy proposals, cabinet picks, media coverage and what voters think of his agenda.
Topics: Trade, Trade deficit, CanadaA chronicle of President Donald Trump's first few months in the Oval Office, including policy proposals, cabinet picks, media coverage and what voters think of his agenda.
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Topics: China, Foreign Policy, Trade
[LIVE] Secretary of State Rex Tillerson chaired a U.N. Security Council briefing on the latest developments in North Korea, including international efforts to prevent the country from further development of its nuclear program. Sponsor: United Nations | Security Council
Topics: China, Foreign Policy, Trade[LIVE] Secretary of State Rex Tillerson chaired a U.N. Security Council briefing on the latest developments in North Korea, including international efforts to prevent the country from further development of its nuclear program. Sponsor: United Nations | Security Council
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[LIVE] Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and National Economic Director Gary Cohn briefed reporters at the White House on the Trump administration's tax proposal. Sponsor: White House
Topic: Taxes[LIVE] Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and National Economic Director Gary Cohn briefed reporters at the White House on the Trump administration's tax proposal. Sponsor: White House
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Topics: Congress, History
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross made an appearance at the White House daily briefing announcing the administration will impose a 20 percent tariff on softwood lumber from Canada. Secretary Ross said disputes with Canada emphasize the need to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). In addition, Press Secretary Sean Spicer answered reporter questions saying he doesn't know whether former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn broke the law or not. On the U.S.-Mexico border wall, Mr. Spicer said President Trump's priorities have not changed and there will be a wall built. People: Sean M. Spicer Sponsor: White House
Topics: Congress, HistoryCommerce Secretary Wilbur Ross made an appearance at the White House daily briefing announcing the administration will impose a 20 percent tariff on softwood lumber from Canada. Secretary Ross said disputes with Canada emphasize the need to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). In addition, Press Secretary Sean Spicer answered reporter questions saying he doesn't know whether former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn broke the law or not. On...
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Topic: Families
Ivanka Trump joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, and several other women leaders at a conference in Berlin discussing women's entrepreneurship and empowerment. Ms. Trump was pressed about President Trump's attitude toward women after she described her father as "a champion of supporting families." The panelists, which included International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland, discussed access to capital, feminism, and mentorship opportunities for women in business. People: Christine Lagarde; Angela Merkel; Ivanka Trump Sponsor: Women20
Topic: FamiliesIvanka Trump joined German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, and several other women leaders at a conference in Berlin discussing women's entrepreneurship and empowerment. Ms. Trump was pressed about President Trump's attitude toward women after she described her father as "a champion of supporting families." The panelists, which included International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde and Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia...
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Fox News West
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Topic: Immigration
Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.); anthropologist Jane Goodall; Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney. Panelists include former White House adviser Karl Rove, Peter Baker (New York Times), Charles Lane (Washington Post) and Kimberley Strassel (Wall Street Journal).
Topic: ImmigrationSen. James Lankford (R-Okla.); anthropologist Jane Goodall; Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney. Panelists include former White House adviser Karl Rove, Peter Baker (New York Times), Charles Lane (Washington Post) and Kimberley Strassel (Wall Street Journal).
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ABC News' Sunday-morning news forum.
Topics: Economy, Homeland Security, ImmigrationABC News' Sunday-morning news forum.
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Topics: Immigration, Taxes
Brian Williams examines the day's top political stories and current political-campaign news.
Topics: Immigration, TaxesBrian Williams examines the day's top political stories and current political-campaign news.
Topic: Immigration, Taxes
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Topics: Energy, Government Regulation, Infrastructure, Trade
[LIVE] People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
Topics: Energy, Government Regulation, Infrastructure, Trade[LIVE] People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House Travel | Domestic Trip
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Fox News West
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Topics: Immigration, Crime, Homeland Security, Gangs
The day's headlines; news analysis.
Topics: Immigration, Crime, Homeland Security, GangsThe day's headlines; news analysis.
Topic: Immigration, Crime, Homeland Security, Gangs
Fox News West
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Topics: China, Foreign Policy, North Korea
A morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
Topics: China, Foreign Policy, North KoreaA morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
Topic: China, Foreign Policy, North Korea
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Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration
Jennifer Hudson; Chris Hayes; Christian Borle.
Topics: Homeland Security, ImmigrationJennifer Hudson; Chris Hayes; Christian Borle.
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CSPAN
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Topic: Transparency
Sean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to questions on a variety of topics. He reiterated that all options remained on the table to deal with the threat of North Korea and its nuclear program. Secretary Spicer also stressed that the president would not publically announce his strategy or what options he had available to him in dealing with North Korea. Other topics included the White House visitor logs and the president's tax returns. People: Sean M. Spicer Sponsor: White House
Topic: TransparencySean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to questions on a variety of topics. He reiterated that all options remained on the table to deal with the threat of North Korea and its nuclear program. Secretary Spicer also stressed that the president would not publically announce his strategy or what options he had available to him in dealing with North Korea. Other topics included the White House visitor logs and the president's tax returns. People: Sean M. Spicer Sponsor:...
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Topic: Environment
A morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
Topic: EnvironmentA morning show that highlights the latest headlines in news, weather, sports and entertainment, and is known for the cohosts' casual and spontaneous discussions.
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Topics: Foreign Policy, Terrorism
[LIVE] President Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stotenberg held a joint news conference. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topics: Foreign Policy, Terrorism[LIVE] President Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stotenberg held a joint news conference. People: Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
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FOX Business
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Topic: Syria
The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
Topic: SyriaThe major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
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Topic: Health Care
The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
Topic: Health CareThe major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
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Topics: Congressional Rules, Presidential Appointments
The major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
Topics: Congressional Rules, Presidential AppointmentsThe major news and themes driving the business day are discussed with a roundtable of rotating industry leaders and economic experts.
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Topics: Chemical Weapons, History, Military
Sean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to questions on a range of issues, including whether Russia had prior knowledge of the previous week's chemical attacks in Syria. While talking about the attacks, which the administration was blaming on Syrian President Bashar Assad, Mr. Spicer said that "Adolf Hitler didn't even sink to using chemical weapons," a comment at odds with Hitler's extermination of Jews during the Holocaust using gas chambers. Later he clarified the statement. Mr. Spicer also talked about U.S.-China relations, North Korea, efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, and tax reform. People: Sean M. Spicer Sponsor: White House
Topics: Chemical Weapons, History, MilitarySean Spicer briefed reporters and responded to questions on a range of issues, including whether Russia had prior knowledge of the previous week's chemical attacks in Syria. While talking about the attacks, which the administration was blaming on Syrian President Bashar Assad, Mr. Spicer said that "Adolf Hitler didn't even sink to using chemical weapons," a comment at odds with Hitler's extermination of Jews during the Holocaust using gas...
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Topics: Homeland Security, Immigration
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Topics: Foreign Policy, Military, Syria
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters he suppored the U.S. missile strikes in Syria. He called it well planned, well executed, and certainly more than a "pin prick" to the Assad regime. He added that the strikes also signaled that America was back and sent a message to North Korea, Russia, and Iran that America was leading again. Senator McConnell also talked about the confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch, federal spending, and Republican efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act. People: Mitch McConnell Jr. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | Senate Radio and Television Gallery
Topics: Foreign Policy, Military, SyriaSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters he suppored the U.S. missile strikes in Syria. He called it well planned, well executed, and certainly more than a "pin prick" to the Assad regime. He added that the strikes also signaled that America was back and sent a message to North Korea, Russia, and Iran that America was leading again. Senator McConnell also talked about the confirmation vote for Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil...
Topic: Foreign Policy, Military, Syria
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[LIVE] President Trump and Jordan's King Abdullah held a joint news conference in the Rose Garden following their bilateral meeting. The president strongly condemned a deadly gas attack in Idlib, Syria, which he characterized as an affront to humanity carried out by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He also spoke about the U.S.-Jordan relationship, and called Jordan a strong partner in the fight against terrorism, as well as providing humanitarian assistance to refugees fleeing areas of conflict. People: Abdullah II; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topics: Syria, Foreign Policy[LIVE] President Trump and Jordan's King Abdullah held a joint news conference in the Rose Garden following their bilateral meeting. The president strongly condemned a deadly gas attack in Idlib, Syria, which he characterized as an affront to humanity carried out by the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He also spoke about the U.S.-Jordan relationship, and called Jordan a strong partner in the fight against terrorism, as well as providing humanitarian...
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Topic: Environment
President Trump spoke at a White House town hall meeting with CEOs and other business leaders about some of his initiatives concerning infrastructure, eliminating regulations, education and workforce development. He was introduced by Vice President Pence. People: Reed Cordish; Mike Pence; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
Topic: EnvironmentPresident Trump spoke at a White House town hall meeting with CEOs and other business leaders about some of his initiatives concerning infrastructure, eliminating regulations, education and workforce development. He was introduced by Vice President Pence. People: Reed Cordish; Mike Pence; Donald J. Trump Sponsor: White House
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james comey has taken the pressure off -- and let me just quote the president, according to "the times," i've just fired the head of the fbi. he was crazy. a real nut job. i face great pressure because of
james comey has taken the pressure off -- and let me just quote the president, according to "the times," i've just fired the head of the fbi. he was crazy. a real nut job. i face great pressure because of
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today a different tone from the president. he says this is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in american history with the explanation point. and i goes on to say with all the illegal acts that took place
today a different tone from the president. he says this is the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in american history with the explanation point. and i goes on to say with all the illegal acts that took place
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were in the northwest, we are nearby pockets of white supremacy and even in the flathead valley we knew of a white supremacist, we know of twice whites from this activity. even to the point of i became like an expert in the daily stormer. many of us watch it frequently. we check it as much as you check in with you new york times. i was reading through the comments and watching the discussion. were always looking at the level of threat and trying to assess, asking the experts process as well. we had talked a lot in our house what motivates someone to go from there -- it takes a lot to take the risk of doing graffiti because you're making yourself vulnerable to being caught. it takes a lot to to the risk of punching someone in the face. while many people were happy about that clip floating around, at least a dozen people sent me of richard being punched, to the us that was a terrifying moment because violence justifies and beget violence. that is not, in any way, what we wanted, even if were in a theoretical discussing how to respond and then all the more so if it escalated to physical violence that made us even more nervous. in watching the comments, at one point, the attack first on three women. the nazis are misogynist. then it became -- the jewish community everything that he said it represented in the language of the memes and messages. tanya received phone calls for at first it was gunshots. all she heard was gunshots and were coming for you. read the claim that was filed on the southern property law website and you can see specific description. what i was going to tell you in terms of locality, right, we know of activity. i actually saw, then they started attacking our town. i see in the comments that there someone who says, i live here and these are the businesses that are supportive of human rights organizations and they thought i was the head of it and i'm not even a board member. these are the businesses you should attack. all of a sudden, i'm like oh my
were in the northwest, we are nearby pockets of white supremacy and even in the flathead valley we knew of a white supremacist, we know of twice whites from this activity. even to the point of i became like an expert in the daily stormer. many of us watch it frequently. we check it as much as you check in with you new york times. i was reading through the comments and watching the discussion. were always looking at the level of threat and trying to assess, asking the experts process as well. we...
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but for information warfare. this is a speech that was first reported by david ignatius at the "washington post." he got the speech translated from russian. it's vladimir putin's cyber war senior adviser telling his audience in moscow last february, "you think we are living in 2016, no, we are living in 1948. do you know why? because in 1949 the soviet union had its first atomic bomb test and if until that moment the americans were not taking us seriously in 1949 everything changed and they started talking to us on an equal footing. i'm warning you, we have something in the information arena that will allow us to talk to the americans as equals. so the kremlin bragging last year about how they had a new nuclear-level information warfare capability that they were about to deploy against the united states. something that would bring america down, make america
but for information warfare. this is a speech that was first reported by david ignatius at the "washington post." he got the speech translated from russian. it's vladimir putin's cyber war senior adviser telling his audience in moscow last february, "you think we are living in 2016, no, we are living in 1948. do you know why? because in 1949 the soviet union had its first atomic bomb test and if until that moment the americans were not taking us seriously in 1949...
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nuevo mÉxico. los descontentos lanzaron piedras y botellas a los efectivos policiales, quienes trataron de dispersar la protesta con gas pimienta. marÍa eugenia payÁn tiene las imÁgenes de la violencia y lo Último de esta inusual carrera por la casa blanca. marÍa eugenia: el caos reinÓ anoche en albuquerque, nuevo mÉxico. a pedradas, un grupo de personas atacÓ a agentes de policÍa que protegían un centro de convenciones donde donald trump habÍa realizado un evento. un hombre se subiÓ a un vehÍculo y saltÓ sobre una patrulla. algunos incendiaron camisetas del virtual candidato republicano, y otros tomaron las barreras de seguridad y las lanzaron contra el edificio. aunque la policÍa asegura que no lanzÓ gas lacrimógeno para dispersar a los revoltosos, sino inofensivas granadas de
nuevo mÉxico. los descontentos lanzaron piedras y botellas a los efectivos policiales, quienes trataron de dispersar la protesta con gas pimienta. marÍa eugenia payÁn tiene las imÁgenes de la violencia y lo Último de esta inusual carrera por la casa blanca. marÍa eugenia: el caos reinÓ anoche en albuquerque, nuevo mÉxico. a pedradas, un grupo de personas atacÓ a agentes de policÍa que...
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that's secretary sean spicer speaking to reporters just moments ago. take a listen. >> could you confirm that? >> i think we made it very clear, i'm not going to get any further comment on that. >> so do you have any evidence to back up, is it just that the president said this didn't happen, this conversation didn't happen? is there any -- >> the president, the president was very clear that this is not an accurate representation of thatmeeting. >> in the tweet last week, are there records? >> we put out a statement regarding that. >> is the president considering having personal lawyers outside of white house counsel in light of these allegations and things that have come up? >> if i have any updates, i'll let you know. >> some of the characterizations the president had with the russian foreign minister, it sounds like the russian president has said their side is willing to release transcript of the conversation. do you support the russians releasing a transcript of that conversation to congress? were you aware they were recording the conversations? >> i'm not aware of that. i don't have any update. i think we put out a statement very clearbly the president does not believe there is an accurate representation. >> would you like the transcript to be made public? >> the national security advisor and deputy have made it very clear of their account of that meeting. >> the president spoke to yahoo! yesterday. can you discuss a little more about what they talked about? were there specific allegations that israel was behind -- did that have anything to do with it? >> that phone call was purely logistical. >> the source of the intelligence -- >> i think that the president has been a little bit quiet in the last 24 hours, making any public remarks outside the official events? is there an effort to scale back? any kind of other comments about the issues that have been going on in the white house right n until he takes off on his trip? >> put out a statement last night. i think there have been questions that others are out there talking about this event in terms of it. the white house has put out a statement very clearly with our account. >> are you advising some of the republicans in congress are making saying that this is starting to approach watergate proportions? >> the president is focused on winning widespread praise for what he just talked about. the role of the coast guard and the future. the meeting with the president of colombia tomorrow and looking
that's secretary sean spicer speaking to reporters just moments ago. take a listen. >> could you confirm that? >> i think we made it very clear, i'm not going to get any further comment on that. >> so do you have any evidence to back up, is it just that the president said this didn't happen, this conversation didn't happen? is there any -- >> the president, the president was very clear that this is not an accurate representation of...
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he was asked about the special counsel. i believe it hurts our country terribly because it shows we are a divided mixed up not unified country and we have important things to be doing right now. whether it is trade deals, whether it is military, whether it is stopping nuclear, all the things we discussed today and i think this shows a very divided country. it also happens to be a poor excuse for the democrats having lost an mexico they should have easily won because of the electoral college being slanted so much in their way. that's all this is. i think it shows division and it shows that we're not together as a country and i think it is a very, very negative thing. hopefully this can go quickly because we have to showty if
he was asked about the special counsel. i believe it hurts our country terribly because it shows we are a divided mixed up not unified country and we have important things to be doing right now. whether it is trade deals, whether it is military, whether it is stopping nuclear, all the things we discussed today and i think this shows a very divided country. it also happens to be a poor excuse for the democrats having lost an mexico they should have easily won because of the electoral college...
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we spoke earlier today at his mar-a-lago club in palm beach. >> huge night last night. do you have any idea that you were going to win as big as you did? >> i felt good. mississippi, i was in three or four times and it was like a love fest. i felt very good about it. michigan has been great for me for a long time. i have so many friends there. i had no idea it would be that big. >> do you think it's the message on trade in particular in michigan that was effective? sanders winning as well there. very similar message. >> i think they want strength, i think they want military and take care of vets. i think they hate obamacare. i would say ultimately it's about jobs and the economy. and michigan has been stripped. you look at those empty factories all over the place. and nobody hits that's message better than me. i'm going to take care of it. i'm going to stop it. i'm going to stop the craziness going on. if you look at what's happening, how -- even today, we're just shipping company after company after company is leaving this
we spoke earlier today at his mar-a-lago club in palm beach. >> huge night last night. do you have any idea that you were going to win as big as you did? >> i felt good. mississippi, i was in three or four times and it was like a love fest. i felt very good about it. michigan has been great for me for a long time. i have so many friends there. i had no idea it would be that big. >> do you think it's the message on trade in particular in michigan that...
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robert mueller opens up to abc news, including what he sees as the greatest threat we're facing. >> reporter: outgoing fbi director robert mueller is offering a sober assessment. he told pierre thomas what keeps him up at night. >> the possibility of a plane being taken down. a weapon of mass destruction in the hands of a terrorist. >> reporter: mueller warned about another danger, americans joining islam mick radicals. do you believe some americans have made their way to syria? yes. >> reporter: he says fror groups and individuals have -- terror groups and individuals have my great to many areas in the middle east. >> it changed from september 11th where it was al qaeda, afghanistan, pakistan. it has gone to yemen, the arabian peninsula. >> reporter: mueller said law enforcement must do a better job identifying people before they act. >> i do believe we're better at responding, but when it goes to preventing at the outset, it's a difficult position on how you prevent that person, particularly when they have a past history of mental disease. >> reporter: last month mueller
robert mueller opens up to abc news, including what he sees as the greatest threat we're facing. >> reporter: outgoing fbi director robert mueller is offering a sober assessment. he told pierre thomas what keeps him up at night. >> the possibility of a plane being taken down. a weapon of mass destruction in the hands of a terrorist. >> reporter: mueller warned about another danger, americans joining islam mick radicals. do you believe some americans...
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director comey against leaking any negative information. "james comey better hope there are no tapes of her conversations before he starts leaking to the press." what steps can the senate take to determine if these tapes or audio files or whatever exist and if they do exist will democrats demand they be subpoenaed? >> well, first of all, if there are tapes, the president should turn them over immediately of course. to destroy them would be a violation of law. he should turn them over to congress and the investigators. if there are no tapes he should apologize to james comey and the american people for misleading them. what happened this week makes it all important we get a special prosecutor, who can look into these tapes, look if they exist, can examine everything in an independent way, and i want to say one thing, jake. these silence of my republican colleagues is choosing party
director comey against leaking any negative information. "james comey better hope there are no tapes of her conversations before he starts leaking to the press." what steps can the senate take to determine if these tapes or audio files or whatever exist and if they do exist will democrats demand they be subpoenaed? >> well, first of all, if there are tapes, the president should turn them over immediately of course. to destroy them would be a violation of law. he...
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staff? >> comey: yeah, and then-white house counsel gonzales. >> pelley: they spoke to attorney general ashcroft and said that the program should be reauthorized, and you were there to argue that it should not be. how did it end? >> comey: with the attorney general-- surprising me, shocking me by pushing himself up on his elbows, and in very strong terms, articulating the merits of the matter. and then saying, "but... but that doesn't matter, because i'm not the attorney general." and then he turned to me and pointed and said, "there's the attorney general." and then he fell back, and they turned and left. >> pelley: you'd won the day? >> comey: yeah, i didn't feel that way. >> pelley: how did you feel? >> comey: probably a little sick, and a little sense of unreality that this was happening. >> pelley: the next day, some in the white house tried to force the authorization through a different way, so comey wrote a letter of resignation to the president, calling the situation
staff? >> comey: yeah, and then-white house counsel gonzales. >> pelley: they spoke to attorney general ashcroft and said that the program should be reauthorized, and you were there to argue that it should not be. how did it end? >> comey: with the attorney general-- surprising me, shocking me by pushing himself up on his elbows, and in very strong terms, articulating the merits of the matter. and then saying, "but... but that doesn't matter,...
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it is an audio-only briefing. take a listen. >> -- with those on capitol hill who were asking to see some information. >> i think there was three individuals in the room. secretary of state tillerson, national security director and deputy national security director who were all in that and all have put out statements regarding that. >> i understand they want to see transcripts -- >> well, i haven't seen anything. what i'm telling you is that i think there are three individuals in that meeting that said it. what has occurred today or over the last little while in terms of these leaks is, frankly, dangerous. the idea that someone who has been given access to information is pushing that information out into the media, undermines our national security. i don't think there is any other way to say it, that it is frankly dangerous. >> is israel the ally here that provided information that the president then shared with the russians. it is our reporting that that is the case. can you please speak to that? >> i cannot comment specifically on that. i'm obviously pleased to see ambassador dormer's comment. we appreciate the relationship that we have with israel and appreciate the exchange of information that we have with them. that being said, i'm not going to comment any further on that. >> my last question for you just gets to the question of credibility that a lot of folks over on capitol hill have been asking over the last maybe 18 or so. president himself tweeted that his surrogates can't stand at this podium with perfect accuracy. are you concerned when you have yourself, when you have general mcmaster up here, that people don't perhaps trust or find the statements being made are credible go. >> i think i addressed this last week. we do everything we can to provide you with the most updated information at the time. py think general mcmaster stood at this podium a few hours ago and made it very clear he stands by what he said. so i'm not entirely sure. he put out the statement. secretary tillerson put out one and deputy national security advisor for strategy put one out as well. >> you are not concerned about eroding credibility? >> of course. obviously, no one would ever want that. but i suggest to you that the statements that were put out last night are completely consistent and the people who put them out stand by them. >> were they the only ones in the room? my last question. >> i'm sure that -- i don't know the answer to that. i'll follow up with it. i'm not going to necessarily provide you with information that they're not comfortable providing in terms of who was or wasn't in the room. that's something that's up to the president. >> sean, do you believe that this is a case of the intelligence community or elements in the intelligence community actively seeking to undermine the president and his foreign policy as he seeks to build a closer relationship with russia? >> i don't think it is appropriate for me to -- but i will tell you when you look at that story, it was -- it would be impossible for the president to reveal the source of the information because as general mcmaster made very clear, as he was leaving this podium, the president wasn't briefed on the information and wasn't aware of the source. so the president wasn't aware of this. this wasn't part of his briefing, so therefore to suggest that therefore he revealed it is impossible. >> you did say undermining. you suggest it's, frankly, dangerous. >> it is. >> what's the president going to do about it? >> again, that in itself is a whole process and i am not at liberty to get into that. it is frankly something i wouldn't even be aware of. >> one more question. is it the president's position that he can at any time declassify anything he chooses? he tweeted this morning he has the absolute right to talk to the russians about whatever he wants to. is that what he's saying there, that he can declassify anything? >> several issues. one is he can obviously -- there is information that is shared with countries all the time on common threats or common areas of interest. then there is a second question that you are asking which is classification authority. my i understanding is the president of course has classification authority. they're not synonymous though. president can always discuss common threats or common issues with host nations -- excuse me, with other heads of government or other government officials as he deems appropriate to tackle the threats that our country faces. but that's -- just so you are clear, there are two separate issues. but, yes, he does, on the second, because that's not a question of what he thinks. that's sort of like a fact. >> just to clarify, last thing that general mcmaster said, so the president wasn't aware -- this wasn't a part of his briefing so to suggest he revealed it is impossible. are you saying that the president didn't say what is being reported? >> i'm not going to get into the content of the conversation. what i will say, it wasn't part of his briefing. so if that wasn't part of it, to suggest that therefore he released something would not -- it just defies logic. >> so if it wasn't part of his briefing, in a way was there a -- >> again, look, i'm not -- >> -- was there a failure that it didn't rise to the level? >> no. i'm sorry, that's a good point. it is not routine -- again, i'm not going to say it doesn't happen, but generally speaking when the president is briefed -- and it is not just this president. when presidents are briefed, with th they are presented with outcomes, here's threats that we face. there's always -- it is not always common that therefore they would get into all the sources and methods that undermines it. that's just not always how it happens. so they are presented with here are the threats that we face, here are the circumstances, here are the issues that are in front of you. >> i guess what i'm asking, you think he was fully prepared going into this meeting? >> of course. >> sean, just two for you. can you say whether or not there is an active investigation these leaks are formal or informal? >> i cannot. >> one more. something that general mcmaster declined to answer on two occasions from behind that podium that's causing some unhappiness on the hill, the refusal to say whether the weather wall is in israel or not. can you explain why you guys can't answer that question? >> the western wall is obviously one of the holiest sites in the jewish faith. it is clearly in jerusalem. but there's then -- it's an issue that is -- had serious consideration. it will be a topic that's going to be discussed during the president's trip between the parties that he meets with. but obviously i think this stems from a comment that was made yesterday and which was not the policy of the united states. and so i think just because -- so just to be clear about what was said yesterday. >> can you talk briefly about the ripple of information and how it came out of the meeting that occurred last week in the oval office with the representatives of the russian government? trying to better understand where and how this information could have leaked. >> i don't --fy kn fif i knew - mean i don't know. >> talking about as a national security threat, you've spoken with the president obviously about this. what's his thinking on the information that leaked, and if there were -- what does he think about the article that was released by "the washington post"? >> well, i think consistent with what he has said for a long time, that the leaks of classified information or sensitive information represent -- there is a reason that they're classified. nonauthorized disclosure of them present a threat to national security. >> sean, there's been reporting that suggests israel is the country that provided that intelligence to the u.s. whether it was israel or not, lass the administration had contact with the allies to potentially smooth over any complications that might have arisen from this being shared with the russians? >> have we ---ism a he sorry. >> have you reached out to the country that provided that intelligence? >> obviously i'm not going to get into that kind of discussion. what i will see is, as i mentioned earlier, that we appreciate the strong relationship that we have with israel with respect to intelligence sharing and hope to continue to grow that bond. but i'm not going to comment on specifically where it came from. veronica. >> sean, can we get a white house reaction or the president's reaction to the report that said -- >> i'm not aware. generally i don't get updates on former dnc staffers. >> it would certainly have a great influence on where the leaks came from. there are a lot of implications in the story, of course. >> i understand that. but for me to comment from here about an ongoing investigation, i believe it is still ongoing. i don't even know the status of it in terms of d.c. but it would be highly inappropriate to do that. >> thank you, sean. two questions. first, the nature of the information that the president is alleged to have shared are the kinds of things that the five "is," allies, sha among each other. is this a sign that that list could be expanded or that the president is considering expanding the five "is," the allies we share intelligence with on a regular basis? >> i would just go back to the point that i think, whether it's this particular country or any other, it is quite common place for us to share information on common threats that our countries face or two countries face. or a variety of other information that is considered a threat. it is a very commonplace thing to occur. >> and the other thing is, what's lost in all of this was that the president met with dr. kissinger. what advise did dr. kissinger give him on anything? was there any readout of their conversation? >> i didn't get one at the time. generally speaking, we don't get readouts of that. >> -- given that you've got the story that landed in your lap today, i'm sure you heard senator corker say that this white house is in a downward spiral. how do you view the current state of things right now? is a downward spiral fair? unfair? is chaotic fair, unfair? and does this white house need a reset? >> well, i think we're doing -- the president's committed to enacting his agenda. he feels very strongly about what he's doing and why he is doing it. the leaks that occurred today are not helpful. first and foremost, the national security, beyond any other issue. but obviously we're very -- the president's very proud of the work and the accomplishments that he's had in these first few months and looking forward to this trip around the country -- around the world that i think is really going to continue to grow the relationships that he's already started to build. >> is there any soul searching that's being done, any reflection that -- or any blame even being placed for sort of the current state of chaos, if you will, inside the west wing or your colleagues, the president himself? >> i guess the answer -- the way i would answer that is, when you look at what appears to be somebody intentionally leaking classified information, and you're asking where the blame should be placed, i think it is pretty clear. i mean it is -- to realize that somebody has intentionally gone out once again -- you start to go back over the last couple months. how many times there's been an unauthorized disclosure of national security. i've said it from this podium before, but it is extremely troubling. i think that when you ask how we feel about it, when you are committed to doing -- whether it is economic policy, or foreign policy, that is in the best interest of the country, and people are going out intentionally leaking classified information that threatens national security. as i said, it's dangerous. april. >> sean, could you tell us how the president gets his intelligence briefings? because we understand that each president has them differently, they ask for them differently. how does this president receive his intelligence breeiefings? >> that's an interesting question. i don't sit in on the briefings. each day a team comes over and -- i should probably follow up on it before i get too far ahead. but they come in person and present him with information and it's classified. >> okay. but does he read any parts of it or is he given the information -- >> i don't sit in on it. so i don't -- i don't know. >> follow up on that, couple questions. the question -- well, the statement from mcmaster begs the question as to a statement about not having parts of the intelligence that the president talked about to russia begs a couple of questions. why was that not included? some are asking in the intelligence community. does this go to the fact that the president may not be trusted with this information? and, also, it goes into, again, how does he get his information and why it was left out. >> i know you stepped out for a while. we actually went over this. >> i'm sorry, i was called away. >> i know. but we went over this. i hope you feel better. basically the answer that i gave -- it was either blake or trey -- was that generally speaking the president's presented with the end result of the intelligence. here are the threats, here are the issues that are facing us. generally speaking they don't go into the sources and methods. >> but is there -- has there ever been a concern that this president was not able to handle the intelligence information and then kind of crafted it to a piece where he would not get in trouble if it were to slip out? >> no. >> george. >> i'm not -- >> everyone gets a your honor it. >> a couple people had more . i want to ask something about secret service. i understand that dave garrett is being eyed as the head of uniform division of secret service. and david garrett during the clinton administration was reprimanded for saying the "n" word to a female pass holder here at the white house. what do you say to that? >> i -- you have to believe me that i don't get into the different divisions of employment at the secret service. i think that -- >> that is under the administration's purview. >> sure, as is all the federal government. i think specifically as a division of the secret service, kathy at the secret service is probably -- and public affairs office is probably your best bet. george. >> a trick question. >> thank you. >> there's a lot of reporting in israel the president was going to go to massada. is that something that's been scrubbed? if he is going, what's the message you're trying to send? >> if i can, it is our goal to have an off-the-record briefing tomorrow probably some time laterhe lo logistics of the trip. we can walk you through that. but obviously a lot of things aren't finalized for security reasons. i don't want to get anything beyond general mcmaster said today. our goal is to have notice out to you guys at some point what the details of the trip are. >> sean, it may seem like a small matter, but the president mispronounced president erdogan's name a couple of times. we had a report yesterday from politico that the president reading and embracing a report that was pushed in front of him from a fake 1970s "time" magazine story. we've had numerous reports of the way the president consumes information, including, not exclusive to, the events of the last few days. two questions, is the president doing his homework, and are you satisfied or can you tell the american people that the president is getting the best quality information possible to make decisions? >> yes, on both. >> senator cornyn pulled out of the fbi search. does the president still think it is possible to name a new director before he goes on the trip? or is that likely the drag? >> i think it is obviously likely but that's up to both doj and then obviously to the president in terms of who he could get -- doj is still interviewing candidates. if we have an update on the proce process. >> i literally don't have an update. part of it is doj will notify us when they believe they have candidates the president wants to meet with or the president will ask them who they have but we are not at that point in the process. >> can you explain -- you're saying that the leaks -- that there is a problem obviously that there's leaks. other people say that the president said something inappropriate. regardless of what happened. how can you assure allies that have expressed concern about leaks in the united states that their information is safe with the united states? how can you assure them? are people calling them? i don't mean the particular ally. i just mean in general. >> i think we take -- i mean, look. there's no one who is more outraged about this than the president and he has been very clear in his statements over the last couple months that this kind of behavior cannot be tolerated and that this action undermines or national security. i don't know -- he's taking -- again, it will be inappropriate for me to discuss anything beyond that. >> are calls being made? >> again, i'm not going to get into anything. >> three quick questions. one, president reagan -- they'll be quick, i promise. -- said of the former soviet union that they reserve unto themselves the right to commit any crime, lie or cheat, to attain global revolution. that was their long-term goal. >> what's the beginning part? >> that president reagan said that the soviet union reserves unto itself the right to commit any crime, lie or cheat to obtain its long-term goals. so what do you think? what does this president think the long-term goals of russia are? that's the first question. the second is, do you think a public official has a right at any time to lie to the american public under any circumstance? and third, i guess going back to our question earlier, but to be more pointed, what do you say to the critics who say this administration, in one word, in the last few weeks has been insent? >> inept? >> as far as russia goes, the question is what do we think their goals are? >> what do you think their long-term goals are? >> we'll have to get back to you. i'm not prepared to go over what russia's strategic goals are at this time. >> the second one was do you think under any circumstance it is all right for a public official to lie to the american public? >> um, the reason i'm going to -- i'm hedging on this is that i'm just thinking mentally going through every position of the united states government. in theory if you were an operative of some sort, or if there was -- i mean there are cases in which -- >> public officials. >> i understand. yeah, if it is a public official, then no. >> and the third one. as far as the last week, the actions from this str administration -- >> like i said, when you have people that are leak being information, the president's going to do everything he can, i can tell you that. >> but that's not unique. >> i think that the level of number of quotes and the damage, i can't say i'm an expert on this but i would say it is pretty -- seems like a lot to me. john. >> a number of republican lawmakers this morning say they were troubled by what they read in the "washington post," the story that came out late yesterday afternoon. senator lindsey graham in an interview that he did today said the only thing i can say when it comes to russia, they are an unreliable partner. does the administration share that point of view that russia is an unreliable partner? >> i think first and foremost, you saw by the comments of the three individuals, they were troubled by the report in the "washington post." so that's the first thing i would say. the second thing is -- because again, look. when you go back and realize that three people who were in a very small meeting come out, the secretary of state, the national security advisor and deputy national security advisor, and dispute the account, and yet on the other hand you have a budge of no -- bunch of anonymous sources using leaked information that's disputed from what was actually briefed and not briefed, you realize that that -- you have to question the intention of why that was done. that is something that we're equally concerned with in terms of the report itself. that a leak that came out does this kind of damage. clearly, you've got to wonder why it was done and who did it. >> but to lindsey graham's point that he was making, that comment that i just read to you, does the president share his belief that russia is an unreliable partner? >> i think -- all i'll say is that on areas like combating isis, in particular we have a shared interest. in syria, there are areas where we can have a shared interest. i think in areas where, whatever country it is, we can find a shared interest to further, whether it is our interest or national economic interest, that is something we would have to consider. but to rule out any country on its face is something that is sort of well above -- it's something that only the president can decide. >> sean, why did the president's counterterrorism advisor feel the need to reach out to the cia and nsa? >> i'm going to get into call that any staff member may or may not make. but i will say that to suggest that someone who is the homeland security advisor wouldn't be making calls would somewhat be a little odd that in the routine part of their job that they wouldn't be calling around to different agencies. that being said, in terms of what i think you're intending to ask with respect to the article, again, i would go back to the fact that there were three prominent individuals in the meeting that dispute the account. >> is the white house doing anything to reach out to members of congress to explain what happened in the meeting with the russian officials? senator burr on the intelligence committee said just before you came out that he's still waiting to hear from someone at the white house. >> i do believe that there are some folks that -- people have asked that have walk them through, shared the statements, et cetera, et cetera. >> are there any plans for the president to reach out himself to any members to explain or reassure -- >> i don't -- not that i'm aware of. >> so you've referenced a few times these statements from mcmaster, tillerson, and powell. one thing none of them addressed is sort of the key point of the articles, which is that the president divulged classified information. none of their statements addressed that. so can you clarify for us whether or not the president divulged classified information, number one. and number two, if so, who gave the okay on that? was that pre-approved by state or by any of the agencies? >> number one, there is in the formal course of conversations with different countries, whether it's threats or information, information is routinely shared. secondly, as was mentioned, if the president wanted to share information, that's within his decision. that all being said, i'm not going to discuss -- go down a road parsing what would be and what wouldn't be. >> you won't clarify whether or not the information he shared was classified. >> i think as you pointed out, the three statements that were made -- they are very clear of what was not addressed. again, getting into starting to have a discussion about what is or what isn't classified is a very dangerous road. >> two questions. first, in this meeting with the russians at the white house, why was the president's first inclination to want to share sensitive information rather than impress on them their meddling in the u.s. election which according to officials this week is something russia certainly did. >> i think that conversation is still private. to assume what was and wasn't discussed would not be accurate. i'm not going to get into the contents of that. but i also think that again, we're missing what was shared and the purpose. there was a discussion about a shared aviation threat. as general mcmaster pointed out, they had an airplane that was taken down in some way in october of 2015, which over 200 lives were lost. they shared and discussed a shared threat that our two countries have and a concern that we have. i think that is extremely appropriate. >> secondly, one of the knocks against this administration has basically been that you guys do things in a sloppy manner and that makes things like this worse. yes, we routinely share information but we routinely share information that is sensitive with our allies. we don't routinely share sensitive information with the russians. so i guess did you guys take the proper procedures to let intelligence agencies know ahead of time that you wanted to share this information -- the president did, with russian officials or did he just make the call on the spot and is that the reason these calls were made afterward to the cia and the nsa, and was in a learning experience in any way for this administration about following protocols to ensure you guys don't get the kind of headlines next time that you did this time? >> well, number one, to make any assumptions about what was shared, what wasn't shared and what processes were or were not followed would be highly speculative. number two, as i've said repeatedly, the information that was shared was of a common threat and one that we both have a desire -- have a shared goal in eradicating. so to suggest that -- which i think is the nut of the question -- we -- why wouldn't we want to share a common threat and the efforts that both countries are taking to eradicate a threat that we both feel? >> there is no indication that you guys -- >> hold on, with all due respect, you have no understanding of that. for you -- i'm not -- but to sit back and say, because it hasn't been leaked out, i mean that's the nature of the leak. somebody's selectively leaking information and facts. there's a reason it's selective. is because they're trying to create -- again, for me to guess why. but at least it appears as though somebody's trying to create a narrative or a problem. but to further suggest that somehow because you get one piece of a puzzle that you know what the entire puzzle looks like, even to suggest that that piece is accurate, which in this case you've heard our position on that. but to -- this is clearly a pattern of people releasing sensitive information to further what appears to be someone's agenda. i think that -- again, the president's raised this. several people in the administration have raised this. but theyed th idea that there i seemingly no concern over something like this being put out in the open i think is, frankly, concerning. and it should be to every american that we have information of a classified nature that's being sent out into the open -- brian, brian, brian. no, that's not how it works. jessica. >> sean, if i could follow up. about the fight against isil in this context. that's what the president talked about was the source of the information -- or i should say framework of the conversation he had with the russians last week. so is the president actively looking for new partners in the fight against isil? and is it his intent to look to partners that have previously been unconsidered because they were not part of traditional alliances or partnerships with the united states? >> i think it's safe to say that the president is going to look to anybody who wants to share our goal of eradicating radical islamic terrorism, isil, and other threats from around the globe. thank you, guys, very much.
it is an audio-only briefing. take a listen. >> -- with those on capitol hill who were asking to see some information. >> i think there was three individuals in the room. secretary of state tillerson, national security director and deputy national security director who were all in that and all have put out statements regarding that. >> i understand they want to see transcripts -- >> well, i haven't seen anything. what i'm telling you is...
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a close associate of comey's read parts of the memo to a reporter for the times. i hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting flynn go. he is a good guy, i hope you can let this go. in a statement, the white house denied the memo's version of events while the president has repeatedly expressed his view that general flynn is a decent man who served and protected our country. the president has never asked mr. comey or anyone else to end
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says yes, he did share information with senior russian officials in a meeting last week. he wrote "as president, i wanted to share with russia at an openly scheduled white house meeting, which i have the absolute right to do. facts pertaining to terrorism, airline flight safety, humanitarian reasons, plus i
says yes, he did share information with senior russian officials in a meeting last week. he wrote "as president, i wanted to share with russia at an openly scheduled white house meeting, which i have the absolute right to do. facts pertaining to terrorism, airline flight safety, humanitarian reasons, plus i
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short time ago, the president himself releasing a statement that reads, as i have stated many times, a thorough investigation will confirm what we already know. there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity. i look forward to this matter concluding quickly. in the meantime, i will never stop fighting for the people and
short time ago, the president himself releasing a statement that reads, as i have stated many times, a thorough investigation will confirm what we already know. there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity. i look forward to this matter concluding quickly. in the meantime, i will never stop fighting for the people and
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the quote and the memo as read to the times is as follows. the president says to comey, quote, i hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting flynn go. the president goes on to say, he is a good guy, i hope you can let this go. the white house is denying that version of events, calling it, quote, not a truthful or accurate portrayal of the
the quote and the memo as read to the times is as follows. the president says to comey, quote, i hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting flynn go. the president goes on to say, he is a good guy, i hope you can let this go. the white house is denying that version of events, calling it, quote, not a truthful or accurate portrayal of the
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you have to love it. we can't be defending japan and we can't be defending saudi arabia and the persian gulf and everybody else. other countries have to pay us for the services we're rendering or this country's gonna go right down the tubes, and that is a shame. phil donahue: and we'll be back in just a moment. [applause] trump: so, you spotted this, but it's a letter from richard nixon. levin: written 1987. trump: and it was just amazing that he wrote. you can read it. levin: "i did not see the program but mrs. nixon told me that you were great on the "donahue" show. as you can imagine, she is an expert on politics and she predicts that whenever you decide to run for office you will be a winner! with warm regards, sincerely, dick." did you know him? trump: not well, no, i didn't know him, but he would write me letters. it was very interesting. he always wanted me to run for office, but-- levin: were you talking about it
you have to love it. we can't be defending japan and we can't be defending saudi arabia and the persian gulf and everybody else. other countries have to pay us for the services we're rendering or this country's gonna go right down the tubes, and that is a shame. phil donahue: and we'll be back in just a moment. [applause] trump: so, you spotted this, but it's a letter from richard nixon. levin: written 1987. trump: and it was just amazing that he wrote. you can read it. levin: "i did...
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our government. i have to tell you, i respect the fact that director comey was able to come back after what he did.
our government. i have to tell you, i respect the fact that director comey was able to come back after what he did.
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bill, it's almost like is he falling asleep. >> there is urgency. now, in the orlando situation, the fbi had the guy under surveillance, knew he was a bad guy, didn't have enough to charge him with anything, so they say, director comey spoke today. do you believe the fbi botched that case? >> look, i'm a big fan of the fbi. there is no bigger fan than me. look, they have had better days. let's face it they had him
bill, it's almost like is he falling asleep. >> there is urgency. now, in the orlando situation, the fbi had the guy under surveillance, knew he was a bad guy, didn't have enough to charge him with anything, so they say, director comey spoke today. do you believe the fbi botched that case? >> look, i'm a big fan of the fbi. there is no bigger fan than me. look, they have had better days. let's face it they had him
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cardinal, please speak to her. [laughter] mr. trump: i'd like to address an important religious matter, the issue of going to confession. or, as hillary calls it, the fourth of july weekend with fbi director comey.
cardinal, please speak to her. [laughter] mr. trump: i'd like to address an important religious matter, the issue of going to confession. or, as hillary calls it, the fourth of july weekend with fbi director comey.
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[cheers] likewise they corrupted the director of the f reality -- fbi. the great men and women who work for the fbi are embarrassed and ashamed of what he has done to one of our truly great institutions, the fbi itself. hillary clinton is guilty of all the things that director call me comey stated.ctor but it ismany things far more and he knows that. and yet, after reading all of
[cheers] likewise they corrupted the director of the f reality -- fbi. the great men and women who work for the fbi are embarrassed and ashamed of what he has done to one of our truly great institutions, the fbi itself. hillary clinton is guilty of all the things that director call me comey stated.ctor but it ismany things far more and he knows that. and yet, after reading all of
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justice will act differently. >> alabama senator and chair of donald trump's national security advisory committee senator jeff sessions goes "on the record." nice to see you, sir. >> thank you, greta. >> okay is there a double standard. >> well, you know, it appears that way to a lot of people. and i think we are seeing too much of that today and seeing things that our leaders are not holding themselves high enough accountable. and as a result people are getting concerned about it i think hillary clinton did a number of things that were absolutely improper. any of her subordinates would be disciplined, fired, and probably denied any future security clearances had they done these things, at least. it does appear to me that there could be a charge made on both the felony count and/or the misdemeanor count, which would be easier, it seems to me, to prosecute. the director had to make a decision and he made his decision. >> all right. the viewers may not know. this before you were a u.s. senator, you have been a u.s. attorney. so you are in a position of making charging decisions, looking at cases, or at least going to a grand jury. would you have taken this to a grand jury? >> well, i don't know. going to a grand jury often is a very good thing because it clears the air. it puts people under oath before the grand jury and often you get better testimony, more accurate and more truthful testimony than simply an fbi interview. so i think a grand jury could have been a very effective tool. i was a united states attorney for 12 years and we pentagon went through a number of public corruption type cases and i felt the grand jury to be a very effective tool. >> based on what you know would you have recommended the department of justice and i should say director comey used to be a u.s. attorney himself. would you have recommended prosecution or not? >> greta i honest to goodness couldn't say because i haven't studied the facts. the facts are important in these cases. director comey is a skilled former prosecutor now the head of the fbi. and i have respected him over the years. but this was a difficult case i think it clearly could have gone the other way. >> i appreciated his transparency. i think the american people wanted to know how he arrived at his opinion and what it was. i thought he spoke freely and then today answered questions for five hours. i tip my hat to him for that. >> it's not him that has the problem. it's hillary clinton. we lost a whole lot of those emails. who knows what they were about. were they about the foundation? were they about speaking visits bill clinton for $700,000 in nigeria? what were on those emails. >> do you have any problem with the lawyers wiping that server clean? >> if i were prosecuting this case i would pursue that intensely to see what kind of justification they had for that. >> you might want to hear my off-the-record at the end of the show because i have a thought about it, too. you may want to stick around. so where does this go from here? >> well, i don't know. there may be other things involving the foundation. i don't think he shut the door on that. >> he would -- he didn't say whether he was investigating the clinton foundation or not which is what a prosecutor should do. not say that. >> right. you don't confirm or deny an investigation unless it's public and you have to. so, i don't know. but there is some really troubling things about that. this secretary clinton had to have known this was wrong that her system was not secure and this information should not be put on it was secret and should not have been expose to do foreign agents and the director says it could have been. and so she set herself before the love and -- above the law and the rules. i think it's a real serious matter and at least for her leadership and her credibility. >> senator, nice to see you and i didn't ask you the vice president question because i asked before you sat down and you wouldn't tell me. i'm not asking on the air. nice to see you, sir. >> thank you.
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at carfax.com. sup >>> welcome back. joining me, senator jeff session, a top trump foreign policy advisor and possible running mate. thank you and welcome to "fox news sunday." >> thanks. >> i want to start with getting your reaction to the last several days? >> so disheartening and dispara disparaging. we have great police officers across the country, almost a million and everyday out there in dangerous situations. sometimes they make mistakes, but i'll tell you, there is nothing more needed in this country than to make sure our poorer neighborhoods of minority citizens of police protection and able to walk on their streets and their children can play outside without fear and da danger. in all of this, we need to understand the true value of a police officer and the risks that they undertake. >> every single day. let's talk police, now. donald trump had a meeting with the gop senators this week, obviously, you know all about that. you were there. there were heated moments, i hear, pretty tense and part of the conversation about controversial comments he made over the last year and there was a comment mr. sasse continues to believe that our country is in a bad place and with these two candidates this election has remained a dumpster fire, nothing has changed. and in this poll, 89% think h s a's hot headed and 83% obnoxious. how do you think it well? >> i think it went very well. he speak before mr. sasse. and trump said something funny about him and they had a difference of opinion and was a nice guy. i thought that was all right and the kind of frank exchange you would look for. i believe it came out with another positive spin or feeling. the people, this is a series of meetings he's been having and i think it's been working for him. >> he has obviously run on the track record -- >> let me say one thing about his frankness and directness. this is a strong man, not a timid wallflower. the american people are seeing a refinement in his messaging, most substantive messaging and they see the strength they know needs to be shown in washington to break the cycle we're on, turn this economy around and help poor people get better w e wages instead of declining wages which is what we're seeing. that's going to be what this election is about, who can fix this economy and who can put us on the right track. does it help poor african-americans to bring in more labor than we have and help them to have bad trade deals so the manufacturing plants are closed and wages aren't there? we have the highest almost double the unemployment rate among young african-americans that we do among others. so we need to protect this economy, have a strong leader who can break up this logjam in washington. >> there's certainly so many people who that message reson e resonates with, that very frank talk and those promises on those very hot issues. it's clearly connecting with a lot of americans, not all of them, including mrs. clinton. this week, she took on mr. trump's business record because it is something he has emphasized in his run for the white house. here is a bit of what she said in atlanta this week. >> he makes over the top prom e promises and says, if people trust him, put their faith in him, he'll deliver for them. he's make them wildly successful. then everything falls apart, people get hurt and donald gets paid. >> how will he respond to that on the campaign trail? >> he's a highly successful businessman but he's invested in hundreds of businesses and some of home to haven't been successful, most of them have. atlantic sank and went under basically. no doubt, donald trump is a successful businessman, traveled around the world, invested around the world and sophisticated in ways hillary clinton has no idea on. she does not understand really how jobs are created. she's not created jobs in manufacturing and hotels and things around the world. >> you're on just about every short list out there. there's also an article that y says you're pushing mr. trump to consider a general michael flynn has come up quite a bit. what can you tell us about the veep stakes? >> i have not pushed him to have a general. i said something nice about general flynn, intelligence commander, three star general and knows the secret world what's going on around the world military. i'm a high friend of his and appreciate what he does. they'll make their own decision about vice president. >> what about a vice president sessi sessions? >> i -- that will be decided by donald trump. he's going to decide it on who he thinks would be a good president, who he can work with, who can help him be a president. i said, if he asked me to do that, i would consider it and would be honored to be considered. >> some people who don't know your bio-or background don't know you were a prosecutor for a long time. i want to ask you about this hillary clinton e-mail case and play a little bit about what the fbi director, jim comey said about testifying before the house this week. >> she should have known not to send classification information. that's the definition of negligence. i think she was extremely careless, negligent. that, i could establish. what we couldn't establish is she acted with the necessary criminal intent. >> is intent necessary? there's been a big debate about that with the potential statutory violations she's been accused of in the court of public opinion? >> i've not studied the facts but it does appear to me she was aware she should not use this system for classified information and the director y says she was extremely careless. that's very close to criminal intent. there's a misdemeanor charge that requires less intent, he could have brought that perhaps. they did not use the grand jury where the witnesses are brought before the grand jury and asked on questions under oath on the record, that can make a -- strengthen a case, too. really, the problem is hillary clinton and she's the one that pushed this for her own convenience. as the director said, this information could vel well be in the hands of our adversaries right now because that system was not secure and easily penetratable and we have evidence some systems were penetrated.
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in colorado. >> thanks so much for all of that background. joining us now is alabama senator and trump supporter, jeff sessions. senator, thanks so much for being here with us. >> thank you. >> let's talk about the calls for special prosecutor to look into the clinton foundation. what exactly is the smoking gun that donald trump thinks warrants a special prosecutor? >> we've seen a whole host of things -- >> we've seen e-mails. but what's -- where is the there there? >> well, the fundamental thing is you cannot be secretary of state of the united states of america and use that position to extort or to seek contributions to your private foundation. >> yes. >> wait a minute. that's a fundamental violation of law and that does appear to have happened here. >> where has she extorted money? >> well, when people think the way you gain entree is to give to this foundation, why are all these people giving money to the foundation? why are these people in countries that are very poor giving millions of dollars, even hundreds of millions of dollars to a foundation that doesn't benefit them? in any direct way or the people in their country? they're doing it to gain access. you cannot pay for access. >> of course. >> wait a minute. this last deal was that this prince asked in the regular order to get access to hillary clinton and meet with her. it was turned down. the foundation called and said in effect he's given $32 million and they immediately got access. that's wrong. >> other than a meeting, maybe that's a handshake. maybe that's a photo op. maybe that's a hello, how are you? where is the evidence that some money was exchanged for a policy or something that happened? >> he asked for an investigation. the man wanted access to talk about something. this is very important to people. they have an agenda they wouldn't be asking for access for nothing. they wouldn't be giving $30 million to a foundation that's not relevant to them. they wanted access. they got access. and i think that raises questions. i'm not saying that's a crime at this point. i think it definitely raises questions. >> are you saying you don't trust director of the fbi james comey's conclusions? >> well, i'm saying that things keep coming out. this was a recent discovery in some of the later e-mails it seems to me. >> the fbi had these e-mails. these were something that they found from the server, that had been deleted that were part of what the clintons claimed were personal e-mails. but the fbi has had these. are you saying that you don't trust james comey? >> what i'm saying is that the evidence indicates to me that this should be fully investigated. i cannot say that mr. comey has completed a full investigation, but it seems like he has not. i think there is a cloud over this. just because he might conclude that there's not a chargeable offense does not indicate that there's no wrong doing. this is not healthy. you do not use the secretary of state position to benefit your private foundation. >> and of course hillary clinton denies that there was any use of the state department to benefit the clinton foundation. let me ask you about what donald trump has been saying about rigged elections, et cetera, et cetera. do you think that there's any danger in suggesting to americans they can't trust the department of justice, they can't trust the fbi, they can't trust the media, they can't trust the democratic process of elections? does it get dangerous that message to go out to americans? >> look, what he was doing is what's done in every election i've been involved in politics for many years. every party calls on its people to call out poll watchers to make sure you're watching the other side in the voting process. they tell them that that could be possible fraud. >> no presidential candidate has ever said -- >> i don't believe that. i don't believe that no presidential candidate has never said we don't need to be watching these elections to make sure it's fair. that's said every time. >> yes, of course. watching. getting involved in your civic duty and going to polls is different than saying the election is going to be -- if i lose, the election will be rigged. >> what he said in pennsylvania was we are determined to carry the state of pennsylvania. this is a high priority of ours. and we're going to win pennsylvania. if we don't win, they're going to be stealing it from us. it's a bombastic but strong statement of his belief that he's going to win. >> yes. but he said the only way hillary clinton wins is if there's cheating. she's ahead in the polls. >> well, she's not ahead in all polls. the los angeles times tracking poll has trump ahead, not behind, right? and so we keep saying he's behind bigbigs. it's not accurate. >> if she wins, senator, will donald trump send a message to all of his millions of supporters that the election wasn't legitimate? >> well, it will depend. i would assume there will be a fair election. most elections turn out to be at bottom fair, but we found out in the 2000 close election in florida that there was a lot of things that went on there that were dubious. so we have a close election, you could have ohio, you could have pennsylvania going down to the very wire and there might be -- could be determined one way or another -- >> of course. what happens if your candidate loses? would you accept the outcome? >> well, if it's fair, sure. absolutely. i expect it to be fair in the end. >> why is donald trump canceling the immigration speech that he had scheduled for this thursday? americans do want to know where he is now on whether or not 11 million plus people undocumented immigrants will be deported. >> well, he is clear on the fundamentals of his policy. there's no doubt about that. we're going to end the illegality, make the borders secure, protect the country from dangerous terrorists coming in through refugee programs and other programs and we'll protect the country in that regard. >> will every person be deported? that's what he originally said. >> these are tough issues. i wrestled with them for many years. first thing you have to do is end the lawlessness because you can't be rewarding people for illegality. everybody that's here that entered this country illegally is subject to being deported. that's just what the law is. >> has he changed his policy on whether or not he thinks it's practical and feasible to deport every single person who is here illegally? >> what we're going to do is he's going to look at that and make a statement about that. >> why did he cancel the statement for thursday? >> these are complex matters. i think they deserve really serious reviews. but the fundamentals, the whole majority of what he's talking about on immigration is that we can fix it. we can protect american workers. and if you bring in more workers from abroad than we have jobs for, it pulls down wages. it's impacting american workers. we've had a steady decline in wages. wages declined again the first half of this year, 1.1%, second quarter of this year. part of that is an excessive labor flow. part of that is a failure of our trade policy to protect american high paying manufacturing jobs and we're losing them steadily. the combination of illegal and legal flow of immigrant labor and the decline of manufacturing is hammered american workers. donald trump is the only person that's talking clearly about that and the only one in years that talked about it. >> mr. trump has cancelled not only the speech he was going to give on immigration in colorado and also cancelled rallies in oregon as well as other places. there were four. does that suggest he is going back to the drawing board this week, retooling? >> he's having more rallies than hillary clinton ever thought about. i don't know what she's doing. she's having private fundraisers with friends, but he is out talking to the people to a degree that few candidates have and drawing crowds very few have. so i'm not sure what his schedule is and you're always changing those things as you go along. >> what do you think about mr. trump's outreach efforts to black voters? >> it's wonderful. that is exactly what he needs to be doing. american people, working americans, are getting hurt. hispanics, lawful immigrants, african-americans have been hurt more than other people as a result of bad policies. donald trump is one -- the only person that's talked about it directly. his policy will benefit the african-american community more than probably any other community in the country. >> do you think that his message of you can't walk down the street without being shot out, your neighborhoods are terrible, your schools are a mess, you have dramatic poverty, do you think that that message speaks to all black voters? >> well, we do have too much crime in the african-american community. law enforcement needs to focus more on that and help those communities stabilize. i've been a part of law enforcement effort as a federal prosecutor and state attorney general for many years. good people are demanding better law enforcement in their communities and we can do better. >> what exactly will donald trump do to help black communities get jobs? >> well, as i said, first thing you do is you don't bring in more labor than we have jobs for. we should give priority to the american people first. that polls about 80% with african-americans. who should get a job? bring in somebody from abroad to take the job or should you make sure and do everything you can to get an african-american or any american citizen that job first? give them the first opportunity. that's only sound policy. and that's what he's saying. it will help all communities.
in colorado. >> thanks so much for all of that background. joining us now is alabama senator and trump supporter, jeff sessions. senator, thanks so much for being here with us. >> thank you. >> let's talk about the calls for special prosecutor to look into the clinton foundation. what exactly is the smoking gun that donald trump thinks warrants a special prosecutor? >> we've seen a whole host of things -- >> we've seen...
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lou: hillary clinton, as she said, let's get it out. denying she knows anything about what the fbi director is talking about. and expressing her confidence that the conclusion of any investigation, will be the same, as that reached on and announced july 5 of this year. by director comey, which is, not to prosecute and we'll find out more, as she says rumors will continue. and demanding that the fbi release whatever information she has, we're talking with senator jeff sessions, just as i was introducing you, secretary stepping out to make her brief statement, your reaction first to her statement. >> well, she had a director say he didn't think there was enough evidence to charge her previously, now he received new evidence. he had a duty in my opinion, learn days or not -- -- 11 dayer or not to come forward with the new information and let the american people know that. she is on the criminal investigation. fbi director comey said some months ago, does not do security reviews, it does criminal investigations. that is what is at stake here. and i hate it, but, we also i am sure, have to realize that significance of the secret e-mails perhaps, being sent to multiple insecure computer systems throughout the country, that is very bad. lou: going to that july 5 statement by director comey, he acknowledged there was in -- there was use of a insecured system, and also acknowledged there could have been hacking by as he terpe termed it, hoft hostel foreign power. this you as a former federal prosecutor, the idea of releasing the information now could interfere with that investigation, but it seems to at least mean, i would guess millions of other folks in this country, that it is a higher person purpose to be sure all of the facts are in front of american people before accuses of president for next 4 year -- before choosing the president for next 4 years. >> it is a difficult thing, he does not do background check on presidential candidates, that is not his job, his job might be to investigate what might be a criminal offense. and make a determination whether or not too bring an dime. indictment. lou: that is an acknowledge am is it not that comey has already mucked it up? the fact is those devices, all were in existence during the course of the investigation he said he concluded to july 5, why done we know -- didn't we know then what we are learning now? >> well, that is a good question, it does appear that was learned from a defense avenue, and a different investigation, they determined so far, i don't know. i don't think it is a little bity matter, i don't think he would announce this, unless he thought there was something pretty darn serious here, he had to tell the american people about rather than keep it secret. because, if it is different from what he told the congress, in his testimony and american people, then he had to correct it. lou: correcting it right now with 11 days forward, what is your council here? you know to treat the fbi as if it is an institution that has not been wracked by its own agency's decent from the course taken by its leadership. the meeting of attorney general, leader of the justice departmen department. with president bill clinton. husband of the woman who is running for president and who is the subject of the fbi investigation. this is just, this seems calamity, piled on calamity. as far as an investigation, and independent objective investigation goes. >> i don't think there is any doubt about that. i'm uncomfortable with the way that investigation was conducted. i think it should have use a grand jury, and people who give an immunity should have been taken before the grand jury, you tell us everything under oath, you grill them. people will surprise you, how sometimes they will just spill the beans, when they are under ocean lik oath like that. this is not kind of investigation that was likely to get to bottom, it does appear now that new evidence has been uncovered. this investigation is back on track again. lou: donald trump has said, he basically hopes that we're now righting a wrong. in his judgment, that july 5 decision not to prosecutor recommend prosecution. was wrong. the system rigged if you will. your thoughts on about what where we are, and where we're headed. >> it did appear to me there was sufficient evidence to bring a change. the prosecutor, really the fbi director, which is odd that decision should be made whether to prosecutor not by the attorney general. not the investigating officer. like fbi director. lou: we should remind everyone, that loretta lynch said she would follow recommendation of the fbi. >> that was a total abandon a abandonment much her responsibility, she is the one who should decide whether to bring a case before the grand jury. i did not like that i did not like that meeting that you mentioned on the plane, that put comey in a position he had to make this announcement, he gave some facts he made it. you could tell he probably was not happy with it. and now, other thins have come forward. and he stepped up, and told -- done what his duties is, i think, evidence to go forward with further criminal investigation, he has no other responsibilities than to follow that. and then tell the american people what he is doing. lou: i take it, infer from what you say to us, you don't believe that we would have had this development, that director comey would have made this decision to open the investigation if he did not have blockbuster evidence priming ising it is momentum. >> well, it certainly significant. and i don't believe, a minor matter would have lead to him making this announcement. i certainly don't, i think it
lou: hillary clinton, as she said, let's get it out. denying she knows anything about what the fbi director is talking about. and expressing her confidence that the conclusion of any investigation, will be the same, as that reached on and announced july 5 of this year. by director comey, which is, not to prosecute and we'll find out more, as she says rumors will continue. and demanding that the fbi release whatever information she has, we're talking with senator jeff sessions, just as i was...
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