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do you think hillary clinton can survive legally without going to jail? go to facebook and let us know what you think. that is all the time we have left. thanks for being with us. we'll see you here tomorrow night, five days to go. >> the royale factor is on, tonight. >> something is wrong when so many parents live in fear that their child will be hurt or killed. going to the movies, sitting in a first grade classroom, attending a bible study. >> mrs. clinton is right. something is wrong, but will she ever face up to the real problem of gun violence in america? we'll have a special report. >> these people are among the most dishonest people i have ever met, spoken to, done business with. >> donald trump, again, attacking the media, even as a new poll shows americans agree with him. the fix is in. we'll debate it tonight.
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also ahead, intense confrontations on college campuses over students who support trump. >> be voting for a racist child molester. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins r ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. county presidential candidates solve dangerous problems? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. with five days left in the campaign, both candidates are ramping up the rhetoric. i think it would be fair to say that both trump and clinton know what the problems are but have mostly put forth general solutions. here's a prime example. speaking in florida yesterday, hillary clinton spotlighted the danger that some young americans face on the streets where they live. mrs. clinton apparently believing the gun threat is
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upending society. >> something is wrong when young people just starting their lives are dying. something is wrong when so many parents live in fear that their child will be hurt or killed. going to the movies, sitting in a first grade classroom, attending a bible study. the list goes on. this has nothing to do with the second amendment and responsible gun owners. >> what hillary clinton has to know is that so far this year in the city of chicago 585 people have been killed. and 3100 wounded by gunfire. most of those poor black americans. but the problem is not gun control. chicago and the state of illinois have strict gun possession measures but obviously the thugs who are shooting people don't really care about those measures, do they? therefore, it's a total
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waste of time for hillary clinton or any other politician to say that more gun control measures are going to solve the problem of street violence. there is a solution but neither clinton or trump have mentioned it. in the u.s.a., anyone committing any crime, any crime with a gun, even simple illegal possession should be subject to federal mandatory prison sentences. all gun crimes should become federal crimes. that means that if cops in chicago find a gang member or anybody else carrying an illegal weapon they will be prosecuted by a u.s. attorney. and if convicted serve at least five years in the federal penitentiary. that way american law enforcement everywhere cannot only take guns off the streets but people who illegally carry them and/or use them to commit crimes. they're off the streets as
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well. and the upshot, pardon the pun, is that legal gun owners would be left alone. now, that's a simple solution. but hillary clinton would never support it. because she and many other liberals believe there are too many americans in prison. and we should be more understanding of criminal behavior. that mind set has led to carnage in cities like chicago, baltimore, and st. louis. don't know whether donald trump would support federalizing federal gun crimes but he should. mr. trump has been endorsed by the nra and says he will uphold the rights of americans to defend themselves with a firearm. he and every other politician must know that criminals can easily get guns and that situation has to be confronted. >> so, when we vote for president next tuesday, we, the people, might think about candidates who really want to solve problems as
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opposed to candidates who just want to blow smoke. and that's the memo. now for the top story. reaction. joining us from washington, horace cooper senior fellow conservative think tank. so do you resent people like hillary clinton speaking so generally about crime? we all know how horrendous it is in certain neighborhoods in the u.s.a. but i have no confidence that hillary clinton or her party would do anything to stop it and they haven't in chicago. that's a democratic run city. >> 585 plus lives have just gone practically unnoticed and, in fact, if you listen carefully to the presentation that she made yesterday in florida it would appear that your greatest risk is while reading the bible, while sitting in the classroom or going to a movie. any time anybody is shot anywhere it is tragic.
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but what is happening in too many cities and now san antonio, texas just announced they have set a record for the number of homicides and shootings taking place, when you see this with such regulator it is clear that she and progressives alike are ignoring, ignoring these tragic deaths to pursue a wholly different agenda, an agenda that won't in any way minimize this continuing carnage from taking place. >> all right. >> i think it's particularly bad in the black community. >> i haven't seen though in the republican party anybody call for the program that i just laid out. and, again, i'm doing this so that people understand the difference between rhetoric, all right. see, the patel lines are liberal left, more gun control, more regulations, more everything. and on the right nothing.
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nothing, free fire zone, carry, permits for everybody this and that. both sides ignore the criminal element that are golden globe gonna use guns to advance their narcotics dealing, to settle grudges, they're going to do it whether you're on the right or the left they're gonna do it. this gives law enforcement a powerful tool. if you are caught with an illegal gun that's a five right there. if you rob a 7/11 with a gun that's a five on top of what you get for robbing the 7/11. i don't know why both sides say you want to solve this problem? that's the way you do it. >> we have an scenario where this example has actually worked in the early 90's we were experiencing an exhibited number of high elevated number of carjackings where people sitting -- >> -- that's right. >> at the stoplight and the congress of the united states responded by turning that crime which was happening with too much frequency into a federal crime. but there was an additional
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thing both the first bush administration and the first clinton duration issued directives to u.s. attorneys to priority advertise these prie types of enforcements. these things have a real effect because they raise the cost of criminality. >> that's a brilliant point, mr. cooper, and i had never even thought of it that the carjacking epidemic that we saw was pretty much stopped in its tracks. >> in its tracks. >> and so was kidnapping if you go way back to the lindberg baby said the fbi said any kidnapping we're going to deal with it and the punishment is going to be heinous. going to be heinous. so the kidnappings largely stopped in america as well. but the gun crime, this is an epidemic, we see it now. it's been going on for years. i don't believe hillary clinton is solve it if she gets elected. i don't even think she will try. last word. >> we absolutely need to
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start talking about the real kinds of solutions. one of the things that donald trump's urban initiative is looking more comprehensively at some of the problems that plague the community. the hopelessness caused by the unions and all other problems where system's failed communities lead them to this elevated level of criminality. the left won't let us talk about the elevated level of criminality. >> they want to deflect it off to they don't want guns, anybody to have guns and that's their agenda. mr. cooper, thank you. next on the rundown donald trump speaking in florida right this moment. do you want to see him? do you want us to go out there? it's like magic. we will listen to him for a few minutes. maybe he will change his hat? then later we have a new bevy of presidential polling, some of it surprising up ahead. >> well, here we go again. >> bad judgment. >> issues, not insults. >> she should be ashamed of herself.
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just think about what we can accomplish in the first 100 days of a trump administration. we're going to massively cut taxes for the working and middle class americans. hillary is going to raise your taxes substantially by the way. it's right there. we will eliminate every unnecessary job-killing regulation. we will cancel illegal and, you know, it's crazy. the illegal obama executive orders. they are all over the place. they are pretty bad. we will rebuild our military and take care of our great veterans. we are going to provide school choice and put an end to common core, bring our education local. [cheers and applause] we will support the great men and women of law enforcement.
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i met a lot of them back stage. we will save our second amendment, which is totally under siege. got to get out and vote. that's a big thing. the national rifle association gave me their earliest endorsement that they have ever given and wayne and chris and all of the people there, i want to tell you folks, people can dispute. people can argue, but they love this country. the national rifle association, and i know the top people, they love this country. they really do. they love the country. so just remember that when people go after them and, you know, so often. but they really do have a great love and they want to appoint and we're going to appoint justices to the united states supreme court who will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. the time has come to cut our ties with the failed petty policies of the past. hillary clinton has been there for 30 years and she has accomplished nothing.
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she has just made things worse. during our debate, she complained about my taxes. i said, hillary, you were there. change it. because but she won't do that because all of her donors do the same thing as i do. so she is never going to do it. i felt very strongly i said hillary, you have been there for years. change it. she is not going to change it she doesn't do anything. she complains, she complains. she is the candidate of yesterday. we are the movement of the future. we're asking for the votes of republicans, democrats, independents, and first-time voters of which we have a lot of them. i'm telling you. we have a lot of. >> all right, donald trump campaigning in pensacola, florida, the panhandle. and hillary clinton later on in arizona this evening. now, we come back, we have
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campaign 2016 segment tonight, new polling in the general election "l.a. times" tracking poll now has trump up by 6. wow, abc news tracking poll has the race a tie. rasmussen has it tied as well. poll by the economist magazine has clinton up by 3 points nationwide. on the state front, cnn has clinton up by 2 in florida. trump up by 6 in nevada. trump up by 5 in arizona, clinton up by 4 in pennsylvania. colorado emerson has clinton
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up by 3. susquehanna has clinton up by 2 in pennsylvania. emerson has trump up by 9 in georgia and clinton up by 5 in. joining us is mike huckabee. anything in the polling that you saw. >> couple things irrefutable. number one the polls have moved dramatically over the last week or 10 days and all moved in the direction of giving donald trump the wind behind his back. that's just the way it is. and to be in that position this close to the election is a god send for donald trump. the second thing i think we see from these polls is that a lot of people are still not saying who they are going to vote for and the reason is because if they say they are going to vote for donald trump, they're going to get called a racist, a bigot, a xenophobe, they are just not wanting to do that. i hear this all over the country. i travel almost five, six days a week. and that's what i continually hear. it is exactly what i heard
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when was i in the u.k. in june during the brexit vote. same kind of thing part-time didn't tell the pollsters. >> not what pollsters are counting on. they are counting on people not really leveling with the pollsters. when you see the clinton campaign, she is not doing that many events like trump is running around all of florida. i think he did four events today. clinton had two. one in las vegas and then one tonight, i think, outside of phoenix. she doesn't seem to be -- i don't know whether she is sitting on it or tired. any read into that? >> you know, she yelled at a heckler and she said "i am sick and tired and then she went on with other things i said the news flash there is that she finally admitted that she was both sick and tired. >> she doesn't look bad out there. she looks okay. i mean it's just not like
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this. >> she looks okay but she isn't doing a lot of events. i will tell you why she is not. they are afraid she will make a big mistake just like yelling at a heckler was a huge mistake. they are going to keep her hidden. easier to find huma abedin right now than it is hillary for the most part. >> i don't know. she is pretty disciplined on the stump though. she reads the teleprompter and yells at trump for not liking women and then she goes home. and trump does the standard speech, too. you just heard him in pensacola i don't think it was any new ground there. they both have their wraps and they are going to go to tuesday wrapping what they said before. but, i don't know, it's funny because romney thought he was ahead last time around and we will get into this more on sunday night. we will have a special factor. romney thought he had it because he was up by 5 with about six days to go. and then he went under ground. romney went under ground. disappeared. nobody could find him. and then sandy came in, the storm.
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and blew the politics off the front page. and then romney woke up on tuesday and got thumped. because owe ma'am was running around in a little president jacket giving christie a hug on the beach with sandy and he was in the news. i don't know if it's smart for the clinton campaign to sit on it. she hasn't done any interviews. you have seen her do any interviews with anybody? >> i haven't seen her do any interviews. she hasn't been on the factor. if she is going to do an interview she is going to do it with you? >> she told me she would do it and then she didn't keep her word. >> well, bill, one of the problems hillary has is nobody trusts her. 11% of the american people say that she is honest and trustworthy. to compare that, the same poll found that 14% of americans believe in big to foot. that's what kind of trouble she is in. >> i want to trust her though, governor. i wanted her to come in. i wanted her to keep her word but she didn't. real fast, bret baier is reporting that the fbi has a
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super sonic investigation into the clinton foundation. this is new information because it was like back and forth are they looking at it? are they not looking at it baier says they are looking at it hard, the feds. this is not going to come to fruition. neither is the email stuff that comey put out last friday by election day. just not. so that, if clinton wins, opens the specter that you might have inauguration with handcuffs on the wrist. you know, i mean, she could be elected and then indicted. it's possible. >> it's possible. look, the big difference between the clintons and the sopranos is that the sopranos never left email trail. sooner or later, somebody in the clinton orbit is gonna get a music scholarship and they are going to start singing to high heaven to the fbi and blow the lid and the reason. >> they even gave me immunity. >> not if they lie, bill. here's the deal, if they lied, they don't get immunity.
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their immunity deals are gone. >> remember hot attorney -- reme attorney general is. you say the clinton campaign is illegally lending money to people and have a condo in jersey? >> i think it could be worse than that. it may be much worse. the fact is how do you collect $153 million in speaking fees from 2001 until '13? that's pretty major. >> you have got to make a good opening jokes to get that kind of jack. we appreciate you coming on as always. thank you. new polling says the media in the tank for hillary clinton. we'll give you the numbers on that. and miller on how to survive until election day. the factor is coming right back. what's it like to be in good hands? like finding new ways to be taken care of. home, car, life insurance obviously, ohhh... but with added touches you can't get everywhere else,
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11%. joining us now from indianapolis jeff be call teaches communications at depauw university. mont clair state university school of communication. are you surprised by that poll? that's a huge 75 to 8%? >> first of all, that's what people think the phrase liberal media is in everybody's vernacular these days. i'm not surprised in the slightest. we know from past surveys survey media vote liberal by and large. >> i'm surprised at the gap 75% to 8%. if you ask the liberal pundits they go oh no, no, no. if you went to the "new york times" newsroom tonight, professor, and you said do you guys favor hillary clinton? oh, no, no, no. you know they would say that. >> of course they would say that, they have to. private surveys done in the past say that reporters generally covering national campaigns lean democratic and lean liberal. the problem with the whole premise is we like to believe they are doing their
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job. you don't tell everybody who to vote for. you do what you can because you are a serious minded journalist. i would say that about most of the media as well. >> would you say that about most of the media professor bec?most people think the fix is in. >> the reporters are a reflection of the environments in which they live. they live in newsrooms where most of their colleagues lean left and they went to colleges and j schools where most of their professors lean left. i find these poll results fascinating. it's worth pointing out that the "u.s.a. today" poll you are talking about is supported by other polling that came out from quinnipiac and from the associated press recently so there is a consistency here in those poll results. one thing i find really fascinating about these poll results is that clearly a number of hillary clinton supporters agree that the media is tilting against trump. >> okay. do you, based on your experience with alumni, who have gone through depauw's communication system and now work in the industry, do you believe that if you are a
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reporting and you are favoring trump, say you are in a conversation with someone and, you know, i really don't like hillary clinton i might give trump a go this time around. do you believe that that would be held against you in some numerous in america. >> i would dare say most right wing reporters in a newsroom wouldn't want to acknowledge that very much. >> fear of reprisal in their job? >> they would feel that they don't fit into the culture there one thing i think that's really important to keep in mind here is that fairness is a skill and that it can be taught. one thing i talk about in my own classes is that however you feel particularly about a candidate or an issue or whatever. >> fair absolutely, i try to be fair. >> and provide balance. >> yeah, i don't take cheap shots at her. i take her words and i analyze them. do you feel, based on your mont clair university experience that people working in the media are afraid almost to give balance because if they're
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perceived as being conservative or for trump they will get hurt in their job? >> i don't think that's the case at all. the leading reporter covering donald trump these days is a guy named robert costa at "the washington post." "the washington post" thought by some people in this institution and others to be liberal. his background is in the right leaning press. he's well respected in that world. he covers trump. his point of view is known. people acknowledge that it's absolutely fine in the world we live in. >> quhab the editor of the "new york times" saying at this point fairness doesn't really matter because trump's dangerous? >> well, fairness always matters. i don't know -- >> -- that's a signal, is it not? >> he had a particular critique about cable television and i to a certain extent share that critique. >> which was. >> which was cable television in letting donald trump getting enormous amount of air time in the period of the primaries basically assured his visibility and gave him the nomination. >> they could have done the
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same thing they didn't want to. >> he is effective user of the television platform no question about it. >> i want you to comment on this professor mccall. i am the reigning largest audience getter in cable news. i can tell you we wanted kasich. we wanted rubio, we wanted jeb bush, they wouldn't come on. trump, he was in the hallway. i mean, he wanted to come on. he smahe was smart. i would have put hillary clinton on every hour on the hour. she doesn't want to do it. i don't think you can blame trump for taking what was offered to him. >> not blaming trump. i'm saying the balance. >> there was no balance because they wouldn't show up. >> no, there were rallies throughout campaign season especially in a primary season and his because they were colorful and dramatic and drew audiences. >> that's a legitimate point. personal appearances the others did not take us up. last word professor mccall? >> well, i think the interesting thing about these surveys is that it
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shows that the public has enough gumption to sense the imbalance research from the media research center shows they are right. study says 9 negative network stories in television for every one positive. two negative stories about trump for every one about hillary clinton. i'm all in favor of giving both candidates real scrutiny and a rough ride but i think there needs to be balance there and there is plenty of stuff to cover about hillary clinton that probably glossed over. >> stuff about trump is more sensational and always television will go to that. >> thank you very much. plenty more as the factor goes along this evening. miller on surviving the election and maccallum on pro-trump college students getting hammered. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. ♪
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more. actually, it wasn't an email blast. i sent it to hillary, our concert schedule marked top secret confidential. so everybody will get it soon. everybody will get it. >> wikileaks will have it like that. >> i'm expecting to sell some tickets. here's what i would tell people to do over the last six days, don't say who you're voting for out loud because i'm telling you when hillary is not sucking down rib blesses by the gross drenched in hot sauce or sleeping like a cognac bear big sis is watching. don't say out loud that you're not voting for her or you're going to be in trouble. if she is not watching huma is watching. trust me she is up all night nowadays. listen, it's the christmas season coming up, billy. i want everybody to relax about this election and remember the season and i have a seasonal song for you. may i sing it to you? >> of course, miller. ♪ on the sixth day out from hillary my true love gave to
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me ♪ six polls of faking ♪ five golden strings ♪ being pulled four females accusing bubba. 3 plus 30,000 emals makes. three donna brazile leaked questions and a weiner in incoming text. there you go. >> miller, i think we need to get the album right away on however you get that these days. >> i'll be selling it in the lobby at the watters, miller, o'reilly show. >> i think you may have coined a phrase big sis. if she gets elected. she is like our big sis. >> i'm listening to 1984 and it struck me today that they play rough over there and can i tell all our listeners if you are not going to vote for her like i said don't say anything because they deem that if you don't love and care like they do, they will destroy you. that's the odd irony. use your head out there. remember, get out there and vote because the election is close enough now that
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hillary can definitely hijack it. >> okay. now you say that you have given up pretty much on the country ever coming back to its traditional grandeur. >> i don't mean it will be a smoking hole. >> no, no. you vote because of the vets. >> it will be like scandinavia. >> it's cold over there, miller. have you been to finland? you know, global warming has not hit finland, very cold. >> no, it hasn't. but once again, this stuff is going to be jammed down your throat. i'm telling you, if she wins next tuesday and you wake up the next day, just you don't want to be gang loaded. get your pod face on because she is a soulless ban she and she is coming for you. >> i was audited three times in bill clinton's presidency, three consecutive years i was audited and they didn't find anything. i didn't have to pay anything because my accountant swiftie is under strict orders pay it no matter what it is, pay it. >> swiftie?
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>> not at the trump school of depreciation here. i don't depreciate the tie. pay it but the fourth time. >> you can suffer an audited, billy, because you have sold 10,000 books since we started this interview today. >> look, i pay my fair share. i know bernie sanders doesn't believe it. but, bernie just bought a house on lake champlain and part of the reason he did was because of my tax money. all right? >> there you go. >> but the fourth time -- the fourth year i said to swiftie if they audit us four years in a row we're going to file the lawsuit i want the irs to know that. that's true. we told them we said, look, we don't mind being audited but we're not going to be persecuted i hope what you're saying isn't true. >> when john podesta is the chief of staff in two weeks you are getting gang audited. >> he is not a big fan of mine, podesta, i don't think he like me at all. >> he might not take the job. he might want to get back to male modeling career on the runways of millan.
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>> it's not been the same in italy since left. >> yeah. >> dennis miller, everybody. there he is. get that song on netflix or some place, i don't know where. and a reminder that the spin stops here live tour, that miller mentioned, featuring watters, miller and me next year, see everybody in tulsa, oklahoma friday january 13th, redding pennsylvania next night, saturday, january 14th. then out to omaha, nebraska, century rig arena. friday march 24th. tacoma dome washington state saturday march 25th wrapping it up the first half of the year west bury, long island, my home turf june 17th. tickets make tremendous gifts for christmas and hanukkah. details at o' martha maccallum on deck staying up late for us. some pro-trump college students under pressure. martha moments away.
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as california's former director of finance, i assure you, proposition 64 is a smarter, safer, more fiscally sound approach to adult-use marijuana than what our state's currently doing. so, though i've never tried marijuana, and i don't advocate others doing so, i'm voting yes on 64. to legalize, regulate and tax marijuana for adults 21 and over. 64 has strict safeguards for families. and a billion dollars in new revenue for our state's greatest needs. so, vote yes on 64. want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids. no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55.
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back of the book segment tonight, did you see that? unfortunately some college campuses these days are hostile places. if a student supports donald trump. [cheers] >> you can't act like you are upset about a tree when you supporting a fascist who supports destroying the environment. you can't. it's pack wards. you make no [bleep] sense. here now to explain further fox news anchor martha maccallum that's the university of pittsburgh. >> it's a tough situation if you want to be standing at the table with the trump bumper stickers and pens right near another table of hillary supporters. you heard the crowd chiefing and laughing as this kid is yelling epitaphs at the people at this table. this one woman was saying, you know, how you can be a woman and support trump
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yelling at this student? obviously they have every right to be there but you see these kids clapping and the language that they are throwing around is just atrocious. it's vitriol lick. >> is just atrocious. it is i have the ree olic. >> i wonder how widespread this is. >> we have seen it on other campuses. people who built a wall on campus and other people spray painted it and tore down. there is a lot of i have tree ol out there for young student. >> we had a story about depaul, the nation's largest catholic college, wouldn't let a sign go up saying unborn lives matter. that i think, that kind of message gets down, and almost all universities these days are run by people who are very left. >> that's the problem. university of pittsburgh put a statement out saying we want everyone to respect each other
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in final days of this election, especially this election. which does have a lot of people afraid to talk about the fact that they support donald trump in many cases. and these student claim they feel the university handled it well. no one was reprimanded or disciplined as far as we know. they say they keep disciplinary akis private but clearly they know student who did this because they are very evident on the cell phone video. >> now at nyu, liberal university here in new york city, new york university, professor who was supporting trump, right? >> yeah. >>. >> did he get the boot, or what happened to him? >> this guy says, he was booted from the classroom for his ideas. he is very anti-pc.s and trigge warnings are not pc. he writes a lot about this. writes about the 19th century. writes about secularism. there are professors and colleagues unhappy he is there. he says academic freedom is great as long as you don't use
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it. we talked to nyu. we got statement from them as well. they said he was not asked to leave. he asked for a leave of absence and he is welcome to return in the spring semester. >> what does he teach? >> he teaches a course on 19th century culture and anti-secularism. he has written a lot on cultural liberali liberalism. >> they they didn't get rid of him. he should come back in the spring. >> he should come back. >>. >> any professor gets an opportunity should take it. >> but the fact is, he is ganged up on by colleagues. that part nobody is disputing. he add twitter account that was called deplorable nyu professor. that completely flipped them out. they didn't want anyone with that title working with them. >> you will always have that at universities if you are a traditional, on even a republican. you will have that biassed against you. you got to stand up and be a man. or a woman.
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>> these universities have to make sure there is a safe space for both opiniones. >> safe space. >> talk about safe spaces. how about a safe space for these kids at their table. >> they would be only. just there by themselves. >> the trump table, we have a safe space for you. get over here. >> i feel sorry for guys at the trump table. it is not an easy slide. all right, martha mckel yum, everybody. the tip of the day, brutal battle at the american army won in a very unusual way. actually marines as well. actually marines as well. the tip moments away.♪ like a human fingerprint, no two whale flukes are the same. because your needs are unique, pacific life has been delivering flexible retirement and life insurance solutions for more than 145 years.
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tip of the day, very unusual american military victory.
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and that happens here. i want to know if the republican ticket trump and pence if they believe they are running against a corrupt candidate. and you should want to know that too. and phil whitaker, amelia island, florida. even though i was for trump/pence, it mazes me season politicians refuse to give yes or no answers to sim questions. >> i said she did good work getting resources to new york after the 9/11 attack. which is true. stay off the ideological website, sir. come on, bill, no political experience when elected president. good grief, rob. he was a supreme allied commander in world war ii. rekilling patton if you want know his political experience. same goes for generals grant,
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harrison and jackson. katherine of illinois. obama had less experience than trump when he ran. false, katherine, he was a senator. ann mcmillan, georgia. i'm okay with trump having no experience, look where clinton's experience has gotten us. okay, ted leddy. dublin, ireland. bill do you share my concern that trump may start an international incident if someone insults him as president? in tho. he won't put a flag up on trump tower. like it or not, he won't go off the rail. a movie directed by mel gibson comes out friday. very intense i hear. now martin duggard and i know that because we right about the battle of okinawa in killing the rising sun. we focus on the same guy that gibson features, a medic named desmond dos who refused to carry a gun but emerges as one of the
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bravest soldiers in the pacific theater. the dos pages in rising sun are harrowing. you may want to check them out if you are interested in seeing that movie. factor tip of the day. that is it for us tonight. please check out fox news factor website. different from also we would like you to spout off from anywhere in the world. o'reilly fox news i have extended ini havecations to both trump and clinton campaigns. we did this last time around with romney and obama. for an extensive interview. we do not believe that hillary clinton will do it. as we mentioned earlier. we hope she reconsiders. trump may show up. i hope he does. he might show up tomorrow. might show up sunday. we have a special sunday. he might be out there in my car right now. but he is in pensacola. we don't know about trump. but we are trying to get you the
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latest info before you vote. again, thanks for watching us tonight. i'm bill o'reilly. please remember that spin stops here. because we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight just six days before america votes. another bomb shell dropped on hillary clinton's campaign. this one with serious details of the fbi's investigation into the clinton foundation. and talk of a possible indictment. news that mrs. clinton supporters fear could alter the course of this election. of her presidency. should she win on november 8th. welcome to "the kelly file," everyone. i'm mellin kelly. while the server scandal dominated headlines, there is confirmation from two sources familiar with the fbi probe that a separate investigation, this one into the clinton foundation,