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carson, carly fiorina and brit hume. i'm megyn kelly. i know that feeling of looking at your kids and feeling so hopeful. don't you? thanks for watching. tonight -- >> i'm going to make this country great again. i'm going to make this country greater than it has ever been before. >> donald trump and dr. benjamin carson surge in new polls while hillary clinton plummets. then the tech company that managed hillary clinton's private server reportedly says it may not have been wiped clean. >> like with a cloth or something? >> rudy giuliani is here tonight to react. >> i'm suspending my campaign for the presidency of the united states. >> and former texas governor rick perry becomes the first republican candidate to drop out of the 2016 race.
he's here tonight to explain his decision. "hanni "hannity" starts right here, right now. welcome to "hannity." tonight donald trump draws a massive crowd at a campaign event in texas. we'll have highlights in are a minute. but outsider candidates continue to surge in the polls. standing out tonight is ansly air hart. it's amazing. >> getting very interesting now, sean. donald trump and dr. ben carson are really starting to pull way from the presidential field. a new poll has trump leading the way with 33%. dr. carson comes in second with 20%. a sizable lead over jeb bush, ted cruz, marco rubio and ron paul. the republican front-runner is closing in on hillary clinton now. in a head-to-head matchup, clinton has just a three-point
advantage over donald trump among registered voters. the result, 46-43%, as you can see. also tonight, sean, we have no numbers out of new hampshire showing voters are continuing to lean toward the outsider candidates. a new monmouth university poll shows donald trump leading the way in the granite state with 28%. dr. ben carson is in second place. john kasich comes in third and is followed by senator ted cruz who is known for taking on his own party and former hewlett-packard ceo carly fiorina. it seems that voters really want a candidate who doesn't have close ties to the washington establishment. we'll see if this trend continues. >> two outsiders with over 50% of republican support at the stage. pretty amazing. earlier tonight donald trump had a huge rally in dallas. here's some of the highlights. >> you notice what's missing tonight? teleprompters. no teleprompters.
the polls come out, and we're really killing it. we are killing it. but we're going to have so many victories and they're going to be great victories, and we're going to have them all the time. because we have an amazing country. we have a country that is dying -- they just want to have victory. we don't have wins any more. we don't have it. remember, do you want a rock star? do you want a -- he's not a rock star. we have an incompetent president. this is not a rock star. we have a president that doesn't know what the hell he's doing. >> also, donald trump's rivals continue to go after him. last week the republican front-runner made headlines for a comment that he made about carly fiorina and her appearance
saying the former hewlett-packard ceo doesn't look presidential. trump did clarify his comments saying he was talking about her persona, not her looks. at first fiorina just brushed off the comments but a super pac supporting her candidacy has put out this ad. take a look. >> look at this face. and look at all of your faces. the face of leadership. ladies, note to democrat party, we are not a special interest group. we are the majority of the nation. this is the face of a 61-year-old woman. i am proud of every year and every wrinkle. >> with reaction senior editor at national review.com jonah goldberg and charles hurt. i'm making a prediction. pretty simple. i think you're going to see
almost every candidate, because of these surging numbers that are sustained, jonah, it looks like we've got a lot of battles lining up here. rand paul, carly fiorina, bobby jindal, ben carson. what do you think? is that a preview of coming attractions for wednesday? >> i think a lot of these guys and gal understand that it's coming up on crunch time to get attention. you know, donald trump has sucked out a lot of oxygen, a lot of media time from the rest of them. they want to get on the board. they want the get noticed. you saw bobby jindal with his hail mary pass criticizing donald trump. i think we'll see more of it. >> let me play the back and forth between ben carson and donald trump from earlier this weekend. charles, take a look at this. >> i don't think ben has the energy. ben is a nice man, but when you're negotiating against china and you're negotiating against these japanese guys that are going to come at you in waves, and they think we're all a bunch of jerks because our leaders are so stupid and so incompetent and
so inept, we need people that are really smart that have tremendous deal making skills and that have great, great energy. >> no, it doesn't bother me. because i recognize and have plenty of energy. operating on people for 10, 12 sometimes greater than 20 hours at a time. making critical decisions after many hours of intense work. >> but dr. carson. >> unexpected situation come up. you don't have to be live to be energetic. >> jindal won't be in the main debate. but jeb and all these guys decide it's time to go after trump night. how does he respond most effectively and are they running a risk by taking him on? >> i think they absolutely run a rick by taking him on. >> but they're all in single digits. why are they running a risk? >> exactly.
they have very few chips to put on the table. but ask rick perry whether taking on donald trump is a good idea. but quite frankly, i sort of admired all along, been impressed by donald trump's stort of strategery. he's been very wily about who to go after. and i actually think going after carly fiorina and going after ben carson. that's the first major mistake that he's made. i don't think that -- obviously, it doesn't reflect right now in the poll, but long term it's very unwise for him to go after this. >> and newt gingrich had a similar bit of advice for him, stay focused on the issues. jonah, there's two ways i think he could go. if he hits the cadence and the tone and is as measured as he was against jorge ramos, i think he wins. if he gets angry and lashes out and it gets personal, i'm not
sure it works in his fave are this time. >> i think that's right. i'm the first to concede i'm not a big fan of donald trump, but the cliche now that he's defying the laws of political gravity. there are other laws of gravity at work. entertainment gravity. it's possible that if all he does is fake his way through bible verse and all the rest, some people will say i've seen this show before. it's getting old. his best bet, if he can do it and i'm skeptical, if he can move to the substance and show he's done his homework, it would help him a lot. but that's not been his strategy so far. it's been the donald trump show so far. >> i got to disagree a little bit, jonah, because i've interviewed him a number of times. i asked him specifics. he gave his support for health care savings accounts with a lot of specificity, also on the economy, some questions i would ask and dig down deep. i think he's been more specific than people have given him credit for, but yeah, does he know everything about isis and
isil and sunni and shia that everybody else that has been around politics for all these years knows? probably not. >> look, i think that's right. >> i would argue that the first big thing that he went after, which was the toughest problem washington faces, which is immigration, is a very, very thorny issue. his plan for dealing with immigration was a very, very smart, sophisticated plan. obviously people concentrate on, you know, building the wall and they make fun of that and whatever, but everything else in terms of internal enforcement and the touchback provisions, all of the stuff that the media has ridiculed him about, they're wrong. >> i agree with you entirely. it is a serious plan. people can have disagreements about it. but it's a serious plan. national review said so, mark kerkorian, lots of people said so. he does not talk about it with nearly the level of seriousness that's on the page. he talks about how we'll just let the terrific ones back in
and all that stuff. he writes a better game than he talks when it comes to serious public talk. >> we'll let it go. a lot coming up. disastrous, i mean, horrific, scary poll numbers if you're a clinton supporter. bernie sanders is crushing her in double digits. and he's up 20 points in new hampshire. we're back with full report. rudy giuliani is here to weigh in on the clinton e-mail scandal as a new report reveals her server might not have been wiped clean. late last week former texas governor rick perry announced he was dropping out of the 2016 race. why did he do it and who might he be supporting? we'll ask him tonight in an exclusive interview. ♪ all of our legendary racing heritage. all of our pioneering four wheel drive experience. come together in one amazing new vehicle.
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live from america's news headquarters, out of control flame flaems forcing 23,000 people from their homes in northern california. one fire in napa valley burning hunsd of homes and is blamed for killing one woman. another plays in the sierra nevada has destroyed 135 homes. a massive manhunt for the suspect in the shooting death of a professor at mississippi's delta state university. cops say shannon lamb killed a professor in his office. lamb, who also is suspected of killing his girlfriend, has told police that he's not going to jail. and thousands attending a donald trump rally at the american airlines center in dallas. the gop front-runner promising action on immigration, saying he would build a wall and get mexico to pay for it. but not everyone's happy. hundreds protested outside saying, quote, he has money, we have power. i'm kelly wright in washington. now back to "hannity."
♪ to her downhome roots she's country ♪ >> welcome back to "hannity." hillary clinton was once thought of as the inevitable democratic candidate for president. clinton's campaign could we in serious trouble. back at the hannity big board is ainsley earhardt. these numbers aren't good. >> they're not good for hillary. after months of being mired in controversy, hillary clinton is now behind the self-proclaimed socialist, bernie sanders by double digits in two key states. according to a new poll, sanders has opened up a ten-point lead over hillary clinton in iowa, and that's not all. in new hampshire, sanders is now beating clinton by a whopping 22 points. this all comes as the scandal surrounding hillary clinton's private server continues to develop. just last week the justice department told a federal court that clinton has the right to delete personal e-mails from her server. however, according to "the
washington post," flat river network, the tech company responsible for maintaining clinton's personal server indicated the server has not been wiped. meaning, all of the e-mails that hillary clinton chose to delete can be retrieved. sean, interesting information. we'll see what they can find out. >> that's pretty interesting. we're following it. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani. sanders, the curmudgeon, cranky old 73-year-old socialist up by ten in iowa, 22 in new hampshire. get this, her support in "the washington post"/abc poll has gone down among democrats to a low of 42%. what do you make of this? >> what i make of it is she's in serious trouble. watching her campaign deal with it as a campaign issue to me as a person who has been a lawyer a lot longer than a politician is a terrible mistake. hillary needs a really good criminal lawyer. >> this is important because i've been quoting -- >> she's in serious jeopardy.
>> explain. >> well, there are any number of statutes that, if you take the facts as true -- and again, they may not be -- you would have a prima facie case. the whole uvs situation, conflict of interest, possible bribery, possible explanation for why she deleted the e-mails, which you could argue to a jury as an inference of guilty knowledge because if there's any communication between her and anyone from the bill clinton side where they were getting 1.2 million in speaker fees, 600,000 for the foundation, then $30 million loan to the foundation, any connection at all, you got a bribery case. but you got a conflict of interest case just to start. and you can use that wiping out of e-mails, you would get a charge to the jury that that creates the possibility of an inference of guilty knowledge.
>> so this goes deeper than the espionage act. >> there's a statute that makes you responsible for grocery negligent handling of sensitive government information. now, tell me from what we've heard she wasn't grossly negligent. >> a bathroom of a mom and pop shop that nobody's ever heard of. >> that one is a fairly small statute. that's a misdemeanor. but still a year or two in jail. now, if you also find on that server, which apparently wasn't wiped out with a cloth, as hillary said or anything else, it wasn't -- >> you mean with a cloth? >> but if you find on there classified information, now you got some very -- >> classified or information she was hiding from the benghazi committee or related to the clinton foundation. >> then you have obstruction of justice. we can go aon and on.
>> if the server company says it wasn't wiped cleans i got to believe forensics -- >> one or two possibilities. it wasn't wiped clean and we're going to get it or somebody else did. who? >> the russians. >> but who wiped it clean, who did it? >> that's the next question. >> and do the russians, do the chinese, just hackers have a good many of these things? this is a story that has only begun. >> but the odds of the obama administration and the justice department indicting her are limited as they try to make ajustification last week that it was okay that she had a private server for the first time. >> first of all, all of this information is coming out of the justice department. last time i checked, that's a president obama agency. so this could be, you know, death by a thousand cuts. >> we're already beginning to see the signs of it.
she's down 10 in iowa, 22 in new hampshire. if she lost those back-to-back to sanders, it would be huge news. her support for women has literally dropped to 31%. she's losing in head to head matchups against donald trump. this is obviously now impacting the campaign. >> no question about it. and you can't run away from it. she's given no coherent explanation of it. in fact, as we've talked about on this show, she's given several contradictory explanations of it. and that's the worst possible thing you can do from a political point of view. from a legal point of view, all those things can be used against you if you ever end up being a defendant in court as prior contradictory statements. >> do you suspect al gore maybe or john kerry or any other, maybe elizabeth warren, who do you think gets in the race? >> i would say biden and kerry are sitting in the wings and thinking about it. you can tell biden seems
conflicted somewhat. >> yep. >> but you can hear a candidate sometimes when you hear joe. then sometimes you can hear a guy -- >> would he be a good candidate? hasn't been in the past. >> i don't know. this is a new time, a new kind of election, really is, with new rules. and i don't think any of us understand them yet. >> because 72% of americans believe politicians cannot be trusted and that washington's dysfunctional. do you think, as somebody that knows trump better than anybody because he's flourishing in these polls, big debate this week, do you think he could go all the way? >> yes. >> and win? >> i'm not going to tell you he will go all the way, but he can. it could still be possible that bush could -- or anyone else or rubio or chris christie could pull it all together. you say no. >> some i don't think so. >> i see chris as a strong candidate in new hampshire.
however, the idea that you discount them. >> i'm not discounting anybody. >> and the idea that he's not substantively solid is wrong. when you see him questioned on issues, he knows as much about them as everyone else. >> he answers substantively, you're right. >> then you see him on jimmy fallon. he knows how to make fun of himself. >> he's funny. >> don't discount ben carson. that's sort of the anti-trump outsider. >> yeah, that's true. >> polar opposites. >> they take over 50% of the -- >> here's what they share in common, just exactly what you said. outsiders, no washington dirt on the hands, a new approach. and both have a tendency to speak honestly to people. >> mr. mayor, good to see you. >> thank you. >> coming up next tonight here on "hannity" -- >> we have to be extra cautious. we need to tighten it up and be
very careful because we cannot put our people at risk because we're trying to be politically correct. >> so as these immigrants from syria and iraq now spirals out of control, this whole crisis, should america be responsible for taking in tens of thousands of refugees even though our intelligence agency says, hey, guess what? isis and al qaeda might infiltrate the refugee population. and rick perry will join us. hey babe, last one home cooks? ♪ ♪ ♪ another tie. order in? next time i drive. the right-sized nissan rogue. ♪
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in good hands as long as we listen to the grassroots, listen to that cause of conservatism. if we do that, then our party will be in good hands. >> all right, that was former texas governor rick perry on friday announcing he's suspending his presidential campaign. he joins us in a "hannity" exclusive to explain why he ended his run for the white house. former texas governor rick perry. welcome back. good to see you. >> good to be with you, sean. >> i always thought you were a great candidate. i thought your record in texas was as appealing and i just -- i'm really surprised, to be honest. are you surprised? >> well, we think we have a great record as well. and i think when people take a look at it, but we knew this was going to be a tough race. there was upwards of 17 people in it. but we knew early on that there were two things that we had to take care of, two things that needed to go away, if you will,
and another thing that needed to happen. one of those was the indictment. this indictment by the travis county district attorney's office, this drunk d.a. that had used this office we thing for political purposes did the same thing to tom delay, lasted for ten years and had a real corrosive effect on our ability to raise money. the other thing was we needed to be on the main debate stage on august 6th. we missed it by a few percentages of one point. when those two things didn't happen, it had a very negative impact on our fund-raising through the summer. kind of like flying an aircraft when you run into unexpected headwinds, you better find a safe place to land. that's what we did last friday. >> a lot of other candidates, though, have billionaire backers. you didn't have a billionaire backer? >> well, the bottom line is that these campaigns, you have to have the dollars to be able to run a staff. you have to be able to keep your offices open and pay for the travel that you do.
and either you're a billionaire or you have a billionaire backer, and you know, the real issue for us was that we ran into those headwinds with this indictment. and not being on that main debate stage. those are two very powerful impacts that we had to deal with. >> it's very dangerous because you're right, i watched tom delay's case very closely. ten years nearly bankrupted him, if it didn't, i don't know the status of his personal finances. but we seem to be criminalizing political differences here. and i thought the indictment was unfair. what's the status of it now? >> one of the charges was thrown out and the other one's, you know, kind of hanging around. we full well expect for these things to go away. but the political opponents, they did their damage. they let that be a very corrosive effect on the process. and i agree with you. i think that the american people and certainly the people of the state of texas need to be very, very concerned when a governor
doing their constitutional duty of vetoing gets criminalized for that. people don't understand that. people shouldn't understand that. and we as americans need to get back to government needs to be fearing the people not the other way around. >> well, there's a "washington post"/abc news poll out today that shows that 72% of americans think that politicians cannot be trusted. fully two-thirds think that washington, d.c., government is dysfunctional. i agree on both points. you talked about a grassroots conservative candidate. are you willing to step out and say who might fit into that category at this point? >> it's way too early. we've got a lot of vetting to do. and we've got to get away from all of this hot rhetoric. we got to get into talking about solutions and that's one of my great concerns is that, you know, this has become reality tv rather than really serious. when you look at our party, the
party of lincoln, the party of reagan. these were people who were great individuals, but their ideas are what live. their ideas are what we grasp as republicans. and we've got to get back to that and have our candidates talking about really big ideas. big ideas like race and poverty that i talked about, big ideas about how to secure the border and not just rhetoric. all too often we hear rhetoric we don't hear real solutions. >> the two leading candidates for the republican nomination now, both have no political experience. donald trump and ben carson. i know that donald trump and you had a back and forth a little bit during this campaign. he then tweeted out when you got out, that you're a terrific guy. i wish him well. i know he'll have a great future. what does that tell you when over 50% of republican voters are going for an outsider right now? >> it tells me that donald trump got that right when he talked
about -- >> you being a terrific guy. >> yes, sir, i agree with him. >> the fight's over, right? >> listen. this was never a fight. this was about issues. this was about tone. this was about -- i just think it's really not in the republican party's best interests for us to be using rhetoric that is so inflammatory, so hot -- >> it sounds like you're talking about -- >> i am. >> you think he's bad for the party. you don't think he's a conservative. what is your criticism? >> i laid it out i think very clearly. that the conservative principles is what the republican party has been about. those conservative principles that allowed minorities in texas, whether you're african-american or hispanic, to get ahead because you got to keep more of what you worked for. we went to the second highest high school graduation rates in the country over the last decade. we put regulatory and legal policies in place that allowed
for the most dynamic job creation environment in america. that's what i'm talking about. we need to have conservative principles, not hot rhetoric. all too often we heard this rhetoric out of donald trump that was very offensive to individuals. we need to be bringing peopl the republican party who believe that they're our principles. one thing, i've been in politics for 30 years, but i will give you my read on that and a lot of people in the state of texas unquestionably, we've pushed back on washington, d.c. nobody fought washington any harder than i did. but donald trump's bullets going through washington went through and hit people like myself, hit people like all the governors that are on the stage, for instance. i don't believe this is the only profession in the world that your experience ought to be held against you. i think it matters to have really good qualified individuals who have a record of succe success.
now washington, that's a different deal. >> i agree with you. >> we do need to blow that place up figuratively. >> i've said many times there's a difference between the republican conservative governors and what these republicans in d.c. are doing by capitulating and afraid of their own shadows that they'll be blamed for a government shutdown. i assume we'll hear from you as the process unfolds. you do have a lot to be proud of, including the best job creation record in the country during the obama years in texas. we wish you well, governor. hope you come on often. >> we will, sean. god bless you for what you do for the republican and for the conservative effort out there. >> i appreciate it, governor. coming up middle east refugee crisis continues to spiral way out of control. it has now become a hot button topic on the campaign trail. should the united states be welcoming in these immigrants with open arms especially when our intelligence community is saying that isis and al qaeda might infiltrate the refugee community?
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is a broader global crisis. >> we do have to be careful with this. and we should have a warm and welcoming heart, but we also just can't accept the whole world to come here either. >> the united states honestly, sadly, cannot relax our entrance criteria. we're having to be very careful about who we let enter this country. >> i don't know see how we can lead the free world and turn our back on people who are seeking it. we should take the statue of liberty and tear it down. >> joining us with reaction is former adviser for the clinton administration, ambassador nancy sodenberg and andrea tantaros. with the state department and intelligence agencies have stated, quote, that they believe that isis and al qaeda will attempt to infiltrate the refugee population in an attempt to get to both europe and here. that means the likelihood is that they very well could get here. why would we take one person and put one american at risk based
on what they're telling us is likely to happen? >> well, first of all, they're already doing that. we've had them trying to get americans to go over there, some americans have gone over there. the issue of the refugees, you have to remember, we have the best screening process in the world. and i am confident that as we let these refugees into this country -- >> you're confident of that, but i can tell you that -- you can say that, but we've had refugees before, for example, we took uzbeks into boise, idaho, and some were terrorists. excuse me, but my own question is considering they probably have very little documentation, probably don't have a driver 's license, probably don't have a birth certificate. you look somebody in the eye and ask them are you a terrorist, are you sympathizing with isis and al qaeda? >> sean, better than that. we have decades of experience in doing this. look, i've called this for year. we can go in and look at their
background, where they're from. we're good at it. >> no, i like my question. answer it. >> i did answer it. we can screen it and make sure it can never happen. you can never answer any question with 100%. >> can you say with 100% certainty that you can filter out any infiltration of isis and al qaeda from the refugee population? >> i'm confident that we can filter out isis from these groups. >> 100%? >> i'm also confident that we -- yes, i'm sure that we can make sure that we're not letting isis into this country. >> andrea, do you think we can? >> no, i don't. why would i trust the federal government with anything? they can't keep data records straight. they said they could verify the tsarnaev brothers, that slipped by. there's been a consistent failure time and again by this administration and past administrations. gig government doesn't do the screening well. and sean, they even said it would take about two years to
vet one of these refugees to figure out their background. so no, i don't trust, nobody one -- >> sean, let me jump in -- >> i always do not trust that it will only be 10,000 refugees. >> 10,000 is the beginning of 200,000. >> that's right. it's not our problem to fix. but what makes sense to me is that we have an administration currently that is ul calling ou the russians for aiding assad in fighting isis. okay. if assad leaves syria, who takes over, isis. have we lost our mind in washington, d.c.? >> i have one last question. nancy, we have 94 million americans out of the labor force, 46 million americans on food stamps. we're going to absorb a population where, according to an article that came out last week, 91% become government dependent when they come from these countries as refugees. how do you justify the job competition? how do you justify when we can't even take care of americans right now because of the amount
of money it costs. >> that is exactly the wrong question. when we let refugees into this country, they don't become welfare. they become part of the major -- >> not true. >> steve jobs is -- >> no, they don't. they don't assimilate. people that want to come here. >> i let you finish. 40% of the fortune 500 companies are immigrants or sons and daughters of those immigrant. this is major crisis that we helped create. we're helping to solve it. >> if you're wrong, americans can die. >> i'm not wrong. and you're focusing on the wrong issue. >> if i'm wrong. no, i like my focus. my focus is the right thing. >> we have -- >> wait a minute. >> you might as well say al qaeda -- >> americans will die, nancy. that's just the facts. >> you have to be confident that we can do this right. >> i'm not confident. >> and it's the right thing to do. >> the same government that can't even set up a website and i should be confident of them? really? >> yes.
these are -- >> really? >> we know how to do this and we do it right and it's the right thing to do. >> we don't do it right. we don't do anything right. taking islamic refugees -- are they coming to your house, nancy? >> you are -- >> would you take -- >> i have. i teach at the university. >> no, no, no, can they come live with you? >> they're the best students that we have. >> are you volunteering -- you're not answering the question. can they come to your house and stay? >> that's not the question. >> no, that is a great question. >> the right way to do this and do we have the -- is it the right thing to do? >> we got to go. >> this is a liberal household, two-time obama voters. will they take them? i guess not. nancy doesn't want the refugees in their house. >> that's the wrong question. >> i like the question. that's the right question. dr. ben carson surging in the polls. juan williams and bo dietl are here. i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch,
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everything else is irrelevant. but let's say we get them sealed because certainly in the carson administration that would be done within this first year. you also turn off the spigot that dispenses the goodies so that people don't have any incentive to come here. then those who are here, we have to recognize that we can't just round them up. but we can give them an opportunity to register. i would give them a six-month period. and if they register and they have a pristine record, they haven't been causing problem, i'd give them an opportunity to become guest workers. >> juan williams, deneen borelli and bo dietl. juan, what do you think about the rise of ben carson? would you consider voting for him? >> yeah, i certainly -- well, he's a friend, so yeah. he's a guy iphe said things i t wild and wacky, you know, obamacare is slavery, the whole
thing about gay rights. >> that is how i feel about multiple use tax. >> i don't think you expect to vote for me for president. i would vote for ben because i like him so much. i like his heart, i'm not sure about the issue on the republican side. he says i'll give them the opportunity to register to become legal workers or something. we've got to make that promise up front if you expect anyone to follow through. otherwise he's got the same problem. >> i'm tired of every. >> i don't buy that false narrative. did not show that conservatives are inclusive. >> conservatives have always been inclusive. >> false narrative.
>> yes. you have the left that plays the race card because they're at the point of desperation. it's an opportunity to build a relationship with black voters and to point out the failures of progressive policy that harmed urban communities over the years. >> democrats vote, black america votes 90% something percent democrat. >> i hope they look into the story. >> it's inspiring. >> he is a great success story. >> you know, i almost think donald trump but -- i like dr. carson. i could vote for the guy. the guy is really, very smart. he said if i was the president, the state would enact what they're supported to be doing. you get them the hell out of here. the fact that let's face it.
you can't look at all blacks and say they're going to be democratic voters. >> the history is that they vote democratic. >> chicago, baltimore, all of these stories controlled by democratic mayors and democrat city council. >> juan williams? tell juan williams. >> i agree with bo. i've written books about it. this is the whole issue of why don't you see the naacp leaders marching against the drug dealers and guns shooting each other? let me say with regard to that dr. carson, he said on this network on sunday in a conversation, he said do you know what? the republican party needs to do more in terms of outreach because they have a lot of opportunity. >> it's a political answer.
>> they're discussing progressive policies and how to promote job growth. >> these kids are dying like that little girl in ferguson. where are my black leaders? the important thing is to do something. put programs into inner cities. don't throw cheese to people. >> government cheese. >> you've got to teach these kids a trade. and teach them responsibility. >> go, bo. >> and look at dr. carson's numbers. they're amazing. coming up, our question of the day is next, straight ahead. you two had been through everything together. two boyfriends. three jobs. you're like "nothing can replace brad!" then liberty mutual calls. and you break into your happy dance.
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