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neil: you have seen this video of crowds last night, they just found out they will be getting fbn live weekend coverage and election day coverage, second to none, inside analysis, all through this weekend we are live. other business channels will be knee-deep in skillet commercials. trish: we will be here all weekend long. milani a trump to make her debut the first time speaking since the republican convention in july. donald trump seems to have the momentum. will she help him close the gap with women? welcome to "the intelligence report" from washington dc. melania to speak in pennsylvania.
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this is a critical state for donald trump. if he were to take it the state's 20 electoral votes would open additional paths to victory. it is extremely narrow. mrs. trump will try to boulder trump's standing with women in the face of a constant barrage of attacks from the clinton campaign. donald trump is staying on message or encouraging himself to stay on message. >> we have to be nice and cool, nice and cool. stay on point donald, stay on point. no sidetracks, donald, nice and easy. trish: stay on message. it is work for him. looking at a race that continues to tighten, a new new york times poll shows trump has cut clinton's lead from 9 points to just three. joining me right now on all of
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this is political guru karl rove, good to see you. >> was that neil cavuto hanging from a telephone pole? i thought so. trish: he is pretty excited. people have said narrow path, has that changed? >> no. it got better in the last. it has gotten better in the last two weeks. as he got a more disciplined campaign and stop talking about miss universe and started talking about obamacare, stop talking about suing women and talking about making america's defenses stronger. when he got on things people care about he began to bring republicans on and the ballot was closing. how much that is accelerated by friday we don't know. my gut tells me two thirds of his game is a result of republicans coming home. trish: republicans coming home. that was the challenge for some
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republicans all along conservative saying i can't vote for him but at the end of the day you are left with an alternative which doesn't represent conservative ideals. >> he removed the obstacle, when he said something stupid like attacking former miss universe, that reinforces my doubts but the last three weeks particularly since the last debate he has been focused and disciplined, making points about obamacare and been supported by events. a lot of coverage in these critical states about increases in healthcare costs under the affordable care act, playing off of that. trish: sticker shock galore across the country but also the fbi reopening this investigation and people said we have been down that road before and voters baked fat in. they baked it in.
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>> they may have. abc washington post 95% of clinton supporters have an unfavorable opinion of donald trump, 90% strongly, 97% of trump supporters have unfavorable opinion of hillary clinton, you won't get a lot of movement, and a four way race, 8% in a two way race, that is where you get the pliability and more likely most of this is coming from things not connected, we won't have a good look until tomorrow or the next day when polls are conducted after the halloween weekend. hard to get a good poll on a weekend, hard when it is a holiday weekend like halloween. tuesday, wednesday, thursday. trish: he has enthusiasm.
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base is more committed to him, more willing to get out and vote. >> that is why part of this is in this direction. the conduct of his campaign has given greater confidence and that is where as a result of friday his people's enthusiasm, a chance to win, and that is where she has a problem because the two emotions were reactions of friday, some will say we are going to do what we can to help r but also some people will be less enthusiastic, still for her but starting to say wee to go through this again. trish: early night, late night, any predictions how long i am working on this? >> he will be working late night. we don't have -- nevada is a battleground state, arizona comes in late, florida comes in at 7:00 in the eastern part of the state but central time zone doesn't close until 8:00 so a
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lot of states will be voting late into the evening and returns come late into the evening. it will be settled before hawaii closes at midnight and alaska at 1:00 eastern time but we will be waiting around particularly -- and make it will be an interesting night. >> for every political junkie. trish: have you ever seen anything like this? >> not in our lifetime. we have had weirder elections but this is the weirdest of our lifetime. trish: president obama is set to make a second visit to the battleground state of florida in less then a week to campaign for hillary clinton. mister obama narrowly won florida twice. this time around the clinton campaign putting most of their eggs in the early voting basket but it is not paying off. more than half of florida voters we voting republican by 12,000, we will get reaction from our political panel in just a moment but first i want to head to
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florida where adam schapiro is camping out. adam: talk about president obama being in florida and democrats putting their eggs in the basket of early voting but some of those eggs were cracked. let me show you what is happening on the ground. we are in pinellas county, part of the eye 4 core door, the population of florida in this area, st. petersburg, tampa, you make your way east toward orange county to daytona beach, the reason the president is in miami, jacksonville this afternoon, will be returning here this weekend, florida is key. the experts, take a look at who is turning out to vote. it is crucial to what they say, thank your votes before tuesday, election day.
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they are winning the effort to turn out debates. the video i was showing you is pinellas county where they are counting the votes, in florida, republicans return 949,000 ballots, democrats returned 824,000, this is where t democrats should be in the big league. 63,000 votes going to an early voting station, republicans point out that needs to be larger. republicans have 998,000 ballots cast, democrats, 1,061,740, let me throw it back to you. to give you an example, voter turnout among african-americans by this point was 13%. it is down 10% this time around. republicans see this as an
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advantage, don't want to say they will n e state. when i speak to people on the republican side of this election they are happy. trish: we keep talking about this enthusiasm gap and it is on display. i want to bring in mercedes and democratic strategist john rally. john, you heard adam, seems the republicans have more in the way of enthusiasm, the base that is supporting donald trump, more excited than hillary clinton. >> i don't agree with that. by the time we get through this election both sides will be fired up and on the florida report, florida is a must win for donald trump. latest polling shows neck in neck. he loses florida the race is over.
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i have done 50 races in florida over 20 years. it is never, essentially what is happening is what always happens, democrats turn out higher on election day, republicans do more absentee voting, not a big newsflash what is happening now. trish: we established he has a narrow path but we also established things are not as thick about brexit, the number of people who came out in favor of him, republicans coming home to roost and then a lot of people reluctant to say to the pollster i am voting for trump. how do you factor that in? >> the cubs won the world series. for donald trump, definitely a narrow path.
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we are seeing momentum shifting in his favor. enthusiasm is higher for trump than it is for hillary clinton and the biggest challenge for donald trump is because of the electoral map, he has to have a clean seat in so many battleground states in addition to bringing in a blue state, pennsylvania, michigan, gets complicated for donald trump but is there enough of the quiet silent voter that won't admit they will vote for donald trump? trish: think about recent events, sticker shock of obamacare has people saying this has not worked out in my favor and there is the reopening of the investigation into hillary clinton's email server so a lot of people may be for gave her the first time around are willing to do it twice? why is this coming back?
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maybe it is not some conspiracy, maybe it is her. >> wonder if these voters are actually hearing what is out there, mainstream media is not covering, barely covering wikileaks, barely covering the fbi investigation of the clinton foundation was they are more reluctant to cover that so as voters continue to hear the pattern of corruption, her dishonesty numbers are so low. that being said trump has had to be on message on obamacare and other issues. he has been on message. trish: the news cycle is on his side, she is struggling to keep up with everything coming at her, the latest, she may have had her server attacked by foreign entities five times and there are reports the
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investigation into the clinton foundation for a scandal there. these things are lurking there, they seem to be all of a sudden bubbling up in a way that if i were running that campaigns this is disaster. >> to say the number oneews story of the last week the media has underreported essentially playing hatchet man against hillary clinton a little bit of an overstatement. trish: she didn't say that. it is wikileaks. this has been -- the change we covered it but not everyone else. >> in terms of minutes the mainstream media covered these topics. >> no major revelation. >> fbi is investigating the clinton foundation. >> any of the wikileaks, no
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smoking gun. you want it to be true doesn't make it true. >> the emails say what they say, the emails of the clinton foundation has been involved in pay for play schemes, pushing for the bill clinton incorporated and organizing millions of dollars, that is newsworthy. got to let the american people be aware, they have to be aware of this pattern of dishonesty. >> doesn't implicate her. this is a woman who was married to the guy running the foundation, seems to me you need more of a chinese wall in that family if she is secretary of state's we don't know what happened but it doesn't look good. she should have been smarter than that. see you again in a little bit and we will talk about the clinton foundation but let's check the markets, the flat line on the dow and s&p if the s&p finishes down it will be the 8
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straight day of losses in eight years and there is some concern on wall street that this is tied to a donald trump presidency. if he were to win, it is no longer status quo is usual. lori rothman has or. lori: you mentioned eight years since the losing streak, broad market average does close down today and it is on track to close in that direction, that is back to october of 2008, the height of the financial crisis so that says something about the nervousness about the trump presidency. the story today is a stabilizing market that the polls have titans, look at where we are. dow jones industrial down one person. the s&p index down 1.5%, nasdaq
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the worst performer, chilling, very big disappointment, the nasdaq down to present for the week so far and not over yet. >> we will continue watching the market. the fbi reportedly ranking it investigation into the clinton foundation overpaid to play allegations between state department and the foundation, coming amid reports that investigators are pushing for an indictment of hillary clinton, we have the intel next. seeing is believing, and that's why
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foundation. investigators continuing an indictment of hillary clinton for alleged pay to play, we are waiting on melania trump who will be speaking in pennsylvania. the thinking being she could help her husband, just a few days left, so we will go to melania trump and see that. back to the pay to play issue and what happened here and i am joined by ashley webster. ashley: i will jump out of melania's way as soon as they tell me to. the clinton foundation, we know the controversies surrounding it, accusations of pay for play, peddling of influence. a couple angles to this story. our colleagues at thought fox news, bret baer and catherine
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herridge talking to sources who say there is a year-long effort of fact gathering reviving the clinton foundation, aggressively pursued, most interesting this morning an article on the wall street journal backing up those reports, fbi agents, recordings of suspects and informants on an unrelated corruption case. according to the journal report, and evidence regarding the clinton foundation. they pursue it aggressively but there is a fight in the fbi, was this material enough to move forward with an indictment for prosecution? fbi and the department of justice on top of those organizations, the leaders of those agencies said we don't
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think this is strong enough but agents said this was before the wikileaks dump. there is definitely something here, we should be able to continue the investigation, the department of justice called the fbi and said we shut this down, why are fbi agents on the case? a lot of internal struggles going on. trish: the justice department calling the fbi? ashley: yes, didn't we agree there wasn't enough evidence? all of this playing into the argument by donald trump of a rigged system. he has been talking about this on the campaign stump. listen to his response to the latest allegations. >> fbi is investigating how hillary clinton put the office of secretary of state up for sale in violation of federal law.
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there investigation is likely to yield an indictment. reports also show the political leadership at the department of justice is trying to protect hillary clinton and is interfering with the fbi's criminal investigation. ashley: there you go. likely an indictment is overstating the case but certainly the report we have seen is there is a feeling among fbi agents, the white-collar crime division leading the investigation, there is plenty of evidence to consider enough to go ahead with the indictment but we have to wait and see. place into donald trump's argument with days to go before the election. trish: ashley webster, everyone. cnn under fire after donner brazil is caught passing on debate questions to the clinton campaign. plus cnn says it has completed this investigation into the matter but with the brand
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tarnished, does jeff drucker need to do a little more here? meanwhile melania trump is about to speak in pennsylvania. let's listen in brieflyand hear what she has to say, trying to win the hearts of many women who have decided that her husband is not the man you think he is. she may be able to close the gender gap. this is her first appearance since the republican national convention. recall that speech came under heavy criticism because of its similarity to michelle obama's. listen to melania trump as she campaigns in pennsylvania.
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>> thank you. and it has been more than 500 days since my husband, donald trump announced he would run for president of the united states. [applause] i remember that in june 2015 vividly surrounded by our family donald promised to campaign on behalf of those who feel the system is broken and does not work for them. those who just want a fair shake, an opportunity for a better education, a better paying job, a better future. [cheers] he pledged to restore respect in washington and respect for america abroad. this is not an ordinary
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campaign. it is a movement. [cheers] a movement in which people feel included, inspired, and involved. i have seen it firsthand. we are deeply grateful to the millions of americans who believe in my husband because they know he believes in you. [cheers] he believes in america, and he will make fantastic president of these unitedtes. [cheers and applause] i come here today to talk about my husband donald and his deep love and respect for this country and all of its people. i have come here to talk about this man i have known for 18 years, and i have come here today to talk about our partnership, our family and what i know for sure in my
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heart about this man, who will make america great again. [cheers and applause] i know exactly what that means. i grew up in a small town in slovenia near beautiful river and forest. slovenia is a small country that back then was under communist rule. it was a beautiful childhood. my parents were wonderful. of course, we always knew about the incredible place called america. america was the word for freedom and opportunity. america meant, if you could dream it, you could become it. [cheers and applause] when i was 10 years old, we learned that the man named ronald reagan was elected president of the united states of america. [cheers and applause]
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we heard what he was saying and doing. president reagan's morning in america was not just something in the united states, it began to feel like morning around the world. even in my small country. it was a true inspiration to me. later i live in milan in paris, working hard as a fashion model. i worked with people from all over the world. fashion is a business of glamor, but it is also hard work. there are ups and downs, high highs and ridicule and rejection, too. i loved my work, and as a young entrepreneur i wanted to follow my dreams to a place where freedom and opportunity were in abundance. so, of course, i came here. living and working in america was a true blessing, but i
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wanted something more. i wanted to be an american. after a ten-year process which included many visas and a green card, in 2006, i studied for the test and become a u.s. citizen. [cheers and applause] it is the greatest privilege in the world. i'm an immigrant. and let me tell you, no one values the freedom and opportunity of america more than me, both as an independent woman, and as someone who immigrated to america. [cheers and applause] love for this country is something we immediately shared when i met donald. he loves this country and he knows how to get things done, not just talk. he certainly knows how to shake
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things up, doesn't he? [cheers] he knows how to make real change. make america great again is not just some slogan. it is what has been in his heart since the day i met him. over the years of our marriage, i have watched my husband grow more and more concerned as he sees american workers suffer. i have watch him get frustrated as he travels to see parents working outside the home. i have seen him watch policies that make our country less strong, less secure and less safe. every time my husband learned of a factory closing in ohio, or north carolina or here in
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pennsylvania, i saw him get very upset. he could see what was happening. he saw the problems. he always talked about how he could fix them. my family is truly blessed. the most important thing we have in our family is health and love and loyalty. donald has built a very successful company. the privilege to go to work each day to do a job that he loves alongside of his adult children, this is a great blessing for any parent. he has a great and fulfilling life, but donald felt he could not sit by any more and watch what was happening in our country. and that is when this campaign,
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this movement began. >> yeah! [cheers] . >> trump! trump! trump! trump! >> as donald travels the country, he's asked some simple but very important questions. what kind of country do we want? do we want a country that is safe with secure borders? >> yes! >> do we want a country where every american gets a fair shot? >> yes! >> do we want a country that honors our constitution? >> yes! >> do we want a country that honors life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness? >> yes! >> do we want a country that respects women and provides them with equal opportunity? >> yes! >> do we want a country where every child has access to a
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good education? >> yes! >> do we want children to be safe and secure and dream big dreams? >> yes! >> do we want president who is beholden to no one but you, the american people. [cheers] >> yes! do we want a president who will fight for us and will never give up? >> yes! >> then we want donald trump to be our president. [cheers and applause] . >> trump! trump! trump! trump! trump! . >> people have asked me if donald is the president, what kind of first lady will you be? it will be my honor and privilege to serve this country.
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[cheers and applause] i will be an advocate for women and for children. [cheers] let me tell you a little bit more about what that means to me. i'm a full-time mother to our son baron, an incredible boy. [laughter] as his father travels around the country running for president, i'm with our son. we talk a little bit about politics and a lot about lives, homework and sports. baron has many privileges and advantages. we know how fortunate we are. still, i have the same conversations with my son that many of you have with your sons and daughters and nieces and nephews, grandchildren and god children, i want my little boy to know that he's blessed to have been born in a country
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that values individual freedom and constitutional democracy. i want our children in this country and all around the world to live a beautiful life, to be safe and secure. to dream freely of love and a family of their own someday. we need to teach our youth american values, kindness, honesty, respect, compassion, charity, understanding, cooperation. i do worry about all of our children. as we know, now social media is the centerpiece of our life. it can be a useful tool for connection and communication. it can ease isolation that so many people feel in the modern world.
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technology has changed our universe. but like anything that is powerful, it can have a bad side. we have seen this already. as adults, many of us are able to handle mean words, even lies. children and teenagers can be fragile. they hurt when they are made fun of or made to feel less in looks or intelligence. this makes their life hard and can force them to hide and retreat. our culture has gotten too mean and too rough, especially to children and teenagers. it is never okay when a 12-year-old girl or boy is mobbed, bullied or attacked. it is terrible when that happens on the playground and absolutely unacceptable when
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it's done by someone with no name hiding on the internet. [cheers and applause] we have to find a better way to talk to each other, to disagree with each other, to respect each other. we must find better ways to honor and support the basic goodness of our children, especially in social media. it will be one of the main focuses of my work, if i'm privileged enough to become your first lady. [cheers and applause] i will also work hard to improve everyday life for women. the women in america are incredible. they are strong, intelligent, generous, determined. with opportunity, women will advance and achieve, but some
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women have been left behind. i see that. we cannot call ourselves a fully developed or advanced nation when 50% of our women live in poverty. when 16 million are without health insurance. when too many are choosing between basic needs like rent, food and health care. this cannot be. we cannot afford to have more of the same. we must break with the past and embrace the future worthy of this great nation and her beautiful people. [cheers and applause] we must win on november 8th and we must come together as americans. we must treat each other with respect and kindness even when we disagree. i will be there to support my
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husband's efforts to help all americans when he is president. donald trump will make america fair. he will make america safe. he will make america prosperous. he will make america proud, and yes, this man i know so well, donald trump. with your help and god's grace, we'll make america great again. thank you, god bless you and god bless this beautiful country! [cheers] >> melania trump making the case for her husband to be president of the united states, that is the first time we have seen her out on the campaign trail. the last time she spoke was at the republican convention. she's of course make the case for her husband talking about her own background coming to the country and everything that this country represented and represents to her, and the need
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to get us back on track. she talked about women and the economic struggles of women right now and saying this is something her husband can fix. women of course have been a challenging spot for donald trump in that he's lagging in the polls there. i'm joined by a.b. stoddard and howard kurtz for thoughts and reaction from what we heard from melania trump. it's a little bit late, right, to be hearing from melania trump. she obviously perhaps is reeling from everything that happened at the convention. is this enough to start to ingratiate him more with women that might be on the fence? >> well, i don't think -- i think she's a good surrogate for him. i understand she doesn't want to be on the campaign trail and she's a full-time mother to a 10-year-old. i don't think this helps days before. i do think that she also is going to be laughed at for her comments on the culture being so mean and so rough. it's already on twitter.
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she is talking about people behaving exactly the way her husband base of. if she had stuck to a message. everyone likes melania trump, her story, love of this country, she speaks five languages, she's a very good surrogate. if she stuck to a message about him and women, him employing women, relationships with women who are friends of the family and done it a lot earlier, stepped into the campaign and stepped into the void he has with women a long time ago, it might have been effective. right now it's just noise. when she talks about the culture being so mean and rough and coarsened. trish: her husband can be mean and rough sometimes, but by the way, so can hillary clinton. in terms of the women's issue, you look at his daughter, for example, and she really is a testament to everything the modern woman today is. she's got three little kids at
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home, she's running her own company, campaigning for her dad, and even melania, i believe, has her own set of beauty products that she sells on one of the home shopping channels. he's not necessarily someone despite the sexist reputation who doesn't value women in the workplace. his own daughter he has made sure has had this education and goneton lead a successful business. >> ivanka trump has been off the trail lately and i think melania trump is one of donald trump's best assets, she is glamorous and gracious and let's face it she's auditioning for first lady. we're heading into the final weekend. not only does she have a natural discomfort with the spectacle of politics but the gop convention in cleveland but she's had to watch her husband go through the access hollywood tape, the 9, 10, 11 women who
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made the accusations against them. that's one of the reasons she hasn't done interviews because that would put her in an awkward position. giving the speech, i don't think it hurts. trish: people are saying karl rove said, it could be a late night, a.b., that nobody should be thinking that this is over before it's over. you've made this point repeatedly howie in criticism of the media. >> bending this thing prematurely. trish: a narrow path but a path nonetheless, a.b., what is your sense what can happen tuesday? >> donald trump can win, i never foreclosed the victory for donald trump. i thought her gigantic landslide leads were overblown, we would not know we would end in flames for hillary clinton. this really couldn't get worse each day, each passing afternoon, but at the same time, it's all about turnout, so i'm not going to be surprised by a five point trump
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win or five point hillary clinton win. he has his base now. he brought republicans home. they're tied. they have to mobilize voters in the right states, it's all up to the message, the ground operation, the mechanics, the money, we'll find out the next day who was in a best position to bring in the best numbers but absolutely i think at a tie. trish: we'll be right back. thank you very much for joining me. see you here in two. hong kong, to visit this company that makes smart phones, used by this vice president, this little kid, oops, and this obstetrician, who works across the street from this man, who creates software. they all have insurance crafted personally for them. not just coverage, craftsmanship. not just insured. chubb insured.
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. >> good afternoon, from the floor of the new york stock exchange i'm lori rothman. shares of facebook reporting after the bell yesterday, crushed it. beat the street handily, why are shares just tanking, down 6%. well, facebook warned of revenue slowdown this better and that was all investors needed to hear. have a look at shares of cvs, health corp. down as well after announcing it cut 600 corporate jobs, costing the stock 2.5% in today's trading. looked at companies reporting after the bell. one in particular media giants, cbs shares up better than 1%, ahead of the report cbs is expected to report 11% jump in earnings per share compared to the same quarter a year ago. keep in mind, cbs has beat revenue in the last ten consecutive quarters. we'll have the earnings for you after the bell today. keep it on fox business. right now back to trish.
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. trish: all right, everyone, cnn under fire after contributor donna brazile is caught passing on debate questions to the clinton campaign, not once but twice. and now cnn has said it has already completed investigation into the matter. according to reports, in a town hall meeting with employees, cnn president jeff zucker said the network had done a, quote, complete investigation into both incidents where donna
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brazile leaked questions to the clinton campaign and the matter has been dealt with, but there are questions about the brand whether the brand has been tarnished. there is a moniker, clinton news network, that is never good, and perceived to be biased as the perception is there. the question people are asking is whether or not jeff zucker needs to make public what has been found, whether there needs to be soul-searching at cnn to make sure this doesn't happen again. howie kurtz, our favorite media critic is joining us. thoughts? >> yes, they need to make the findings public. a cnn source confirmed the internal investigation is over. nobody at cnn did anything wrong. we don't know how donna brazile got the questions she leaked to the clinton campaign. and the quotes from jeff zucker came from leaks, he has not spoken publicly. he's a media savvy guy, ran nbc, it is embarrassing what
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happened. i think many people at cnn including zucker are appalled. trish: you think they think we'll sweep it under the rug and it will go away. >> hopefully move on, everybody is mesmerized by the election. this is a serious ethical breach. when cnn got rid of donna brazile, more than weeks ago, didn't say so until the wikileaks dump was made possible. a little more transparency, imagine if this had been a politician or campaign, we've investigated and we're not going to talk to you. trish: we don't know the how it is the questions likely anchors were going back and forth, wound up in the hands of donna brazile who passed them along? >> almost verbatim and those were the questions that were asked. seems cnn owes viewers how extensive was the internal investigation? how is it nobody has been disciplined other than donna brazile leaving, the vice chair
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of dnc at the same time she was a cnn contributor. trish: we'll be watching it as i know you will. >> see you in washington. trish: great to be in washington. a quick break and i'll be back from washington, d.c. in two. see you here. ♪
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>> reporter: exactly right. welcome to d.c. >> thank you, sir, i like being here. >> reporter: yeah, let's start with the questions about cybersecurity appearing in the wikileaks document dump of today which you mentioned. sent from denis mcdonough to john podesta. mcdonough writes to podesta -- that in 2008. at the time, here's the mechanics of all this. mcdonough was adviser to then-senator obama, podesta was co-chair for obama's transition team. fast-forward to eight years later to the day, mcdonough is the white house chief of staff to president obama, podesta running hillary clinton's campaign. so here you have two key democratic players, one as close as you can get to the president. another as close as you can get
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to the current democratic nominee for president, fully aware for years of the possibilities of high-level cyberattacks and brings into focus hillary clinton's private e-mail server while at the state department. fox's bret baier is citing two different sources who say there is a 99% chance that up to five foreign intelligence agencies may have accessed and taken e-mails from the clinton server. back to you. trish: unbelievable. thank you so much. it keeps going and going and going and seemingly getting worse for her every day with more and more reports coming out. blake burman, thank you, we're going to take a quick break and right back with more intel right after this. the pursuit of healthier. it begins from the second we're born. because, healthier doesn't happen all by itself. it needs to be earned every day.
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. trish: five days to go, it's almost over, right? probably then it just starts to begin if we look at all the policy implications that will be taking place. anyway, we are going to be here all weekend long at the fox business network, live all day saturday and sunday.
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we're camping out. i'm going to be here, i'll see you at 2:00 p.m. for "intel" saturday and sunday, and the network starts operation at 6:00 a.m. with maria and we're going right through to the end. in the meantime "like" my facebook page, tell me what you thought of today's show. that's it from d.c., liz, over to you. liz: we're bringing futons because we'll be here over the weekend. will she or won't she? hillary clinton expected at a rally in winterville, north carolina, she has yet to comment on the fox news story breaking regarding the year long investigation into the clinton foundation revealing interesting details. live to her speech on the campus of pitt community college to see if she tackle or dodges it with five days until election day. donald trump on his way to a rally in the tar heel state as well. he appeared in the critical swing state of florida eager to


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