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factor. again, thanks for watching us tonight. nice of you to do it. iep bill o'reilly, please remember that the spin stops right here, we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, the clinton campaign now seeming to challenge the results of the 2016 election. trying to get the results overturned after campaign chairman john podesta goes on the record saying they should be briefed on russian interference. welcome to "the kelly file." this could be the single biggest development on the 2016 election since hillary clinton conceded to donald trump. exactly one week before the electoral college is scheduled to formalize the vote for donald trump as our next president, the bombshell from the man who ran clinton's campaign. john podesta siding with ten of
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those demanding. the bipartisan's letter raises grave in moments we'll be joined by representatives of both campaigning. but we begin with trace gallagher reporting our from our west coast newsroom. >> hi, shon non. the ten members of the electoral college say it's not their duty to rubber stamp the results but to instead investigate, discuss and dlib ra rate. they sent a letter to james clapper asking to be given an intel briefing before they cast their votes on december 19th, writing, quote, the elector is required to know from the intelligence community whether there are ongoing investigations between ties to donald trump, his campaign or associates and russian government interference in the election. the e lecters come on to say the
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information will help them decide whether mr. trump is fit to serve as president. the clinton campaign is backing this decision, despite repaid edly saying they're september the results. john podesta calls the group bipartisan but he should be noted that one of the ten members is a republican and she has long been a republican. this letter comes on the heels of this weekend's two democratic congressmen who suggest the electoral college should consider blocking trump's election. watch. >> what finally pushed me over the edge was when the president-elect of the united states criticized the cia and the intelligence community. can you imagine what the leaders in beijing and moscow and tehran are watching as the next
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president criticize his intelligence community and stand up for the defense of russia? >> and while the u.s. government largely believes that russia did interfere with the campaign, there is disagreement over the motive. the cia believes it was to help trump. the fbi believes it was to undermine the u.s. political system. of course there is zero evidence the voting process it was in any way disruptive. >> thank you very much. joining us now, karen finney serving as the clinton campaign senior spokesperson. thanks for joining us tonight. let me ask you about these questions that the electors may have been nine come from states where hillary clinton won. is this much ado about nothing? what is the point? >> let's take a step back here. my goodness. remember the days when the party of ronald reagan was talking to very possibly to mikhail
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gorbachev to tear down the wall. now we're talking about russian interference hacking want broad agreement between the intelligence agencies that this was some mall fma'am fee sense. there was some conversation about whether or not what the ultimate motive was. >> but doesn't that make a difference? because what we're hearing is from unnamed sources so no name assigned to it. they're talking about the cia saying the ultimate goal was to help donald trump. the fbi not going there. two top agencies and they don't agree. >> we're talking about a broad agreement between 17 intelligence agencies. >> russia was involved but also -- >> but shannon -- >> and that goes to motive. let me finish one sentence. you know, that also goes to the point that mr. podesta was
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making and others have which is why in addition to the letters, the e lecters are asking for a briefing. the information should be made public to the american people. we need to know if the russians are trying to infiltrate our government in these any fair rouse w nefarious ways. our brave men and women fight to get us this kind of information and to uncove these kinds of things. i think their next commander in chief, mr. trump, owes it to them to not dismiss them out of hand but to listen to the information. and i think again if the electors are suggesting that part of their constitutional duty, they want to hear a briefing, information so that they themselves feel confident -- >> but these were people who weren't going to vote for trump any way except for one. you have nine who come from states where hillary clinton won so what difference does it make to those nine?
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>> are you seriously suggesting, more importantly, are you suggesting that it's not disconcerting -- >> not at all. it's not goings to change their vote. i'm not saying it's not disconcerting at all. in fact donald trump and a number of top gop senators have said they'll investigate. we have bob corker, we have graham, mccain others saying this is not okay with us and we want to make sure we get to the truth. >> and the fact that it's been so bipartisan is incredibly powerful. here's the point about the electors. it's not about who they would or would not have voted for. it is about something much greater. and i pray if anything comes out of this in the election, it's that we as americans come back and remember this is part of the foundational core of our democracy. it's nobt n it's not about who is going to vote for whom. it's or constitutional duty to know the answer to these questions.
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alexander hamilton, this is one of his intents of creating the electors in the first place. i see them as trying to do their job. i don't think there is an assumption that this would change the nature of the outcome of the election. and in fact there's an opportunity here for many to actually take bold steps to stand up to russia and right these wrongs and make sure they don't interfere in our government in our country in any way further. >> i think we can all agree it's good that there's bipartisan fervor were trying to get answers. that we can agree on. than thank you for joining us. also tonight, katrina pearson serve as trump campaign national spokespers spokesperson. what do you make of these concerns, every american, people on both sides of the aisle are saying should be concerned about any foreign government that would want to influence our national presidential election in any way. >> we should be concerned about that if that were the case. what we see now, so much for
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accepting the election results. this is the worst case of denial that i've ever seen. the working class voters rejected the democrat party this cycle. they've blamed everyone. every week it's a new blame, first jam comey, then racism, massage nichl, then the need ya for the coveres and now russia infiltration of the election process. the white house came out today and say that was not the case. they cannot accept the fact that they had a flawed candidate that have a flawed message and could not kaekt with the voters. did willed mere putin call cnn and ask them to help hillary clinton cheat? >> there were 17 intelligence agencies that went public saying russia has interfered. we know it's hackers friendly to a government and maybe that's what happened here. but those intelligence agencies
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came forward and said there is no doubt to the fact that russia is getting involved in hacking. they released information that was detrimental to the dnc, it wasn't good for one side of the ticket much more than it wasn't good for the other side of the ticket. >> well, of course. i mean there's hacking going on all of the time. they would have had to interfere with the election process itself. that's the accusation that's being made here and that's what the us what came out and said that did not happen. we have a situation where a party lost handedly and they cannot cope with it. perhaps this is a just a distraction of a motion that was filed last week by judicial watch wanting to unseal the video depositions of hillary clinton's top staffer irs in the investigation of her e-mails. there is nothing going on with the election process. the white house came out today and said it.
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>> the president ordered that he wants a full review of russian hacking back to the 2008 election. we wants it all done before he leaves office on january 20th. so clearly he thinks there's an issue and there with a number of people on both sides of the aisle who have expressed grave concerns and come to the conclusion that russia did have some undue influence on not necessarily hacking into voting machines and changes votes but changing voters' perceptions about the two candidates and that's significance in a tight race. >> in 2008 and 2009 that was china. but we absolutely should know what's going on with regards to cyber warfare because it is a problem and we don't want those types of things to be influencing the election. some of these hacks, they don't know where they came from. there is discrepancies among the intelligence agencies about who did what and when. there is no evidence or maybe there is evidence. we don't know. >> what they said about those 17 agencies joining together.
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>> absolutely. the letter that was sent to clapper today is saying you need to tell us what's going on here because there are discrepancies among the intelligence communities about what actually happened. at the end of the day. >> information is good things. >> absolutely. but at the end of the day the election process itself was not interfered with with and the white house came out today and said that. >> we got to leave it there. thank you. when then scanned date trump worried about the election being rigged, the media lost itself mind. up ex-how the media is reacting to the comments about rigging from the democrats. and then governor huckabee and austan goolsbee joins us. you totanobody's hurt, new car.
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you know, every time donald thinks things are not going in his direction, he claims whatever it is rigged against him. we've been around for 240 years. we've hads free and fair elections. we've accepted the outcomes when we may not have liked them. he is denigrating, he's talking down our democracy and i for one am appalled that somebody who is
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the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that kind of position. >> that was secretary clinton not even eight weeks ago slamming president-elect trump for daring to suggest that the election results might be up for debate. but mrs. clinton was far from alone. the larger media never missed beat when it kams to denouncing president-elect trump for declaring the election may be rigged. >> donald trump had forfeited any right to serve as the american president because he's violated one of the basic tenants of our democracy. >> it's dangerous in the future in some ways for our country. people are really feeling that the election is going to be rigged. >> the real danger here is when trump lies to his supporters about the others trying to steal the election, some of his supporters believe him. mr. trump, think of your children. america is great partly because everyone accepts the results of
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elections. for decades in the past and hopefully for decades to come. inventing a conspiracy theory is no way to make america great again. >> now that november th has come and gone, with results some in the media outright despise, we've noticed that outlets like the "the new york times" has done a complete 180 on the rigging claim. back in october the times wrote top republicans must reject the notion that a national election can be rigged. but now singing a different rig, proclaiming, failing to resolve the questions about russia would feed suspension among the millions of american. the election was indeed rigged. here to break this down, media buzz host howie kurtz. good to see you tonight. >> hi, shannon. >> tell us a little about this. where are we going with this. you read the papers. we all read them eight weeks ago.
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now a different tune today. >> the media went haywire when trump used to talk about a rigged election because the feeling was his was setting up an alibi for himself after hillary clinton would inevitably win the race. now as you quoted, the "the new york times" and other outlets saying there could be a rigged election here. the times saying there's a darkening cloud other trump's presidency and a liberal times columnist just today says the election is tainted because of the hackers and in part because hillary won the popular vote. except the electoral college thing is in the contusion. >> we've all read it. we know that's actually a fact. but you know, is there any explanation or any self reflection by any of these media outlets do you think who are flip-fl flip-flopping? do they have copies of what they wrote a few weeks ago? >> self reflection is not a great quality in the mainstream media, otherwise we would see a
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lot more hand wringing about the way the election was covered. the fact they were leaked anonymously to the washington post makes it hard to discern what's real. but now that we have john podesta asking for the electors asking to get a special briefing, the more the media play this up, the more they will be embracing kind of a fling theory that really could end up stealing the election from the guy who won 306 electoral votes. >> but i thought the fringe was suggesting something crazy like a national election could be rigged. >> look, everyone knows that even if it turns out to be true, and i think there should be an investigation, that russian hackers were trying to undermine the election, the idea that this flip the election, what really
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turned the election was michigan, wisconsin and pennsylvania where hillary clinton barely campaigned in two of those states and where donald trump made the connection with white working class voters who rejected the democratic nominee, that's what turned the election. so now to try to say if only i had not been for vladimir putin, hillary clinton would have won strikes me as sour graups. but this is going to get quite a ride in the media before the electors vote. >> here now with more, fox news contributor, governor mike huckabee and former chief economist to president obama, austan goolsbee. austan, i want to start with you. what do you make of this. one of the things that donald trump said in response this weekend was there have been a litany of excuses. this is the latest one and what it came down to was the polling showed people didn't trust her, they didn't like her or connect
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with her. the votes are there. we're not talking about the russians hacking into machines and changing votes, right? >> i think that's right. and i'm not advocating that they go down and say let's try to reverse the electoral college vote. i think that would be weird. i think you would have justifiable howls from the republican side about doing that. but i think the way you have portrayed it, that this is a flip-flop by the media, i think, is very misleading. because the thing that donald trump was condemned for rightfully by people in both parties was for alleging that the vote was rigged if he lost with no evidence ahead of time. that's totally different than if there actually is evidence of foreign influence, we should investigate it. that's not the same thing at all. >> what he got pushback for during the debate when he said
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we accept the results of the election, he said, we're going to wait and see what happens. he wasn't talking about anything being rigged. that's when we saw mrs. clinton go on -- >> not the case. >> saying you have to accept the results when you don't like them. she talked about how denigrating it is to the system. >> to suggest that it is rigged with no evidence before the outcome then to literally say if i do not win then it is rigged by my opponent, this is outrageous. this is totally different. there's actual evidence from the cia that the republican leader of the senate and the republican leader of the house say needs to be investigated. that's a totally different situation. >> governor huckabee, i want to bring you many here. what we're getting are leaks from an unnamed source saying that yes, everybody agrees that there was some untoward action by russian actors potentially linked to the russian government. but to make the leap that they
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changed the election results is a big one. >> that's beyond any belief. you have to believe in unicorn to go there. the fact is there were allegations that the russians may have hacked into the dnc computers but there's no evidence whatsoever that it had any impact on the election. my gosh, we just got word tonight that they recounted the votes in wisconsin and donald trump hads 162 more votes than when they first counted. this is so unbelievable. i'm ashamed for the democrats and the press. but then i repeat myself. because when the "the new york times" have to dig out to the bottom of the bird capable to see what they wrote eight weeks ago when they were whining about how terrible it was that donald trump was saying something then they turn around and say the same thing, you know what the evidence of a rigged election was? the exposure of the e-mails showing it was rigged between
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bernie sanders and hillary clinton. it was a fixed deal. i think the more amazing thing is those dnc e-mails revealed just the contempt that hillary and her chief lieutenants had for the working class people of america. and that's why she lost. and democrats need to accept the result os f a fair and free election which is what they lectured republicans about. >> clearly those reflections were not good for her or the dnc. >> i am not disagreeing with the governor. i do not think they should persuade the electoral college to change their vote. that's a bridge too far. i do think they should investigate russian interference in our political process. the russians are trying to interfere in western european political voting process and that is a big deal and it should be investigated. and to allege that that's the same thing as when donald trump was saying that the election was
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stolen when there was no evidence before it took place i just think is a different subject. >> there's still a debate -- there was that same evidence of russia being able to do that. so far, none clear. just a one word answer, yes or no. are you in favor of your gop counter parts, senators on the hill say that they want to see this investigated, would you sign on to that in. >> just depends on what they want to investigate. that's the real answer. >> that's not a yes or no. >> the yes or no is -- well, yes investigate whether russia is hacking but do things about cyber defense. the people voted. it's over. these guys lost. >> we'll leave it there. good to see you both. thank you. is it possible that it wasn't the russians behind all of this election hacking? judge napolitano raised that possibility months ago. he's here to explain. plus matt bennett is here on the new fight between the president-elect and the intelligence community. stick around.
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. breaking tonight, president-elect donald trump's rumored pick for deputy secretary of state isrussia's ao the elections. mr. bolton went on to clarify this morning that this is not what he meant. he didn't mean it was about the obama administration. joining me now is judge napolitano who raised the possibility of the hacking coming from inside our
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government in august. you have a krystal bacrystahrir? >> i raised it then ben former management officials in the nsa now retired has raised it and suggested that there was animus against mrs. clinton in the nsa and nsa people who know all, see all, they know about all of the leeks because they have records of it because they control all of the fiber optics in the country would know about this. there's hacking and there's leaking. leaking is when someone internally or remotely reveals information improperly to a third party. that's what happened to mrs. clinton. it happened day after day after day, 47, 48,000 e-mails that were leaked. hacking is when someone remotely enters an information system and altered it remotely. so that the operator of the
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system doesn't know there was an alteration. that is what did not happen here. no matter what the "the new york times" and the "washington post" are opining this morning, they cannot point to any evidence whatsoever that the outcome of the election was altered by foreign agents. there certainly was leaking, that leaking could have been facilitated by people in the nsa, by a rogue in mrs. clinton's campaign or by a foreign entity. but that was a leak. that was not a hack. >> judge, can did have some polling around the time that all of these leaks were bubbling up. there were people who said their vote would potentially be changed because of what was revealed in the leaking. cou . >> if there was evidence that russia did the leaking. but the leaking probably came
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from someone inside or someone who had access through the fiber optics through what the communications ran, somebody in the nsa or somebody who was once in the nsa. we know it because for better or worse, whatever you think of them, edward snowden we veeld a revealed all of this and the nature and extent of the nsa's tentacles in all of the fiber optic traffic in the united states. not to get too much in the weeds, the leaking could not have occurred without the nsa knowing about it. and if anybody hacked in and altered internal systems, the nsa would know who the hacker was and when they did it. we haven't heard any of that. >> judge, great to see you. this russian hacking or leaking claim also led to new controversy after the president-elect went on fox news sunday and dismissed a cia report on russian interference. >> i thinkridiculous.
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another excuse. i don't believe it. i don't know why. and i think it's just -- you know, they talk about all sorts of thing. it's another excuse. we had a massive landslide victory in the electoral college. the final numbers now are at 306 and she's down to a very low number. no, i don't believe that at all. >> some of the members of the intelligence community are reportedly taking issue with no those comments. i'm joined by buzz sexton and former deputy to president clint clinton. my head is going to explode with all of these explanations. matt, the distinction is important if we're talking about going in changing votes, rigging election machines, voting machines, that kind of thing. it's different than saying material was leaked that was unflattering to the candidates. >> no question. and the point that you made in the earlier segment is exactly right. we don't have any evidence that anybody messed around with the
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voting machines or the actual vote. we do now have evidence from 17 intelligence agencies, with all due respect to the judge's retired folks from the ic, the agencies themselves are reporting that it is the rush shaps w shans who went in, got evidence from podesta's e-mails and made those public. that's extraordinarily dangerous for a hostile country to be mucking and with our elections. they definitely were trying to have an impact and that's scary. >> everyone should care about this and want answers. >> everyone should care but to what extent and why to democrats care so much about this at this point in time. it's obviously because of the results of the election. this is part of a broader narrative, the fact that russia did something that may have influenced some people at some point in the election with that
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donald trump is ail illegitimate president. whether it's the fbi threw the election for trump. there's been a slew of stories, one after the other, all with the same intent, to essentially unelect donald trump as president in the eyes of the american people, to take that not my president meme and make it real for people. he's not actually your president because russia got him elected. this was written today in "the new york times," that it's not a real election, that russia threw this for him. that's nonsense. what russia's intent and the extent of its involvement are open questions but the media is trying to rush up the information now. >> i'll give you a chance to respond. but the "the new york times" writing about this said it is not clear that tin tent was to go in and influence this election for donald trump. that's coming from the "the new york times." >> that's right. we don't have the faintest idea what their intent was.
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we have some circumstantial evidence. it's clear that the people around trump and trump himself we are a lot more friendly with vladimir putin. what we need and i think what most responsible democrats want is a real investigation into this efforts on the part of a major global adversary to impact our elections. if the shoe were on the other foot and clinton had been elected and this was alleged about her, republicans would be going bananas. >> i have to think if trump was making this allegations having lost, they would not be received well. >> but again keep in context, the likelihood that anything came from this, it's been known for some time. this is not new by the way that foreign countries would understand fluns anoth influence another country's election. but we're going to find out this
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doesn't change anything but it gives the democrats a tiny violin they can play about how sad they are about donald trump winning the election. we are now hearing reports that the senate wants to kill parts of the iran deal and we're told that move could inadvertently put u.s. jobs on the block. marc thiessen and robert wolf are next with this debate. stock prices, earnings, and dividends... an equity summary score that consolidates the stock ratings of top analysts into a single score... and $7.95 online u.s. equity trades, lower than td ameritrade, schwab, and e-trade, you realize the smartest investing idea isn't just what you invest in, but who you invest with. ♪
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that came as he may been dwirding with another big battle with boeing. last week he went after the defense contractor because of cost overruns allegedly associated with the brand-new air force one. the company took a hit because of that. and the sticker shock, he said boeing is building a brand-new air force one for future presidents but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion. cancel order. as you noted, there may be a bigger fight over the nearly $17 billion agreement that boeing is forging with aran to sell them new planes. the door of course is open on that kind of trade because of president obama's broader nuclear deal with tehran. but remember, mr. trump vowed during the campaign, he would rip that deal to pieces. >> my number one priority is to dismantle the disastrous deal
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with iran. i know deal making and let me tell you, this deal is catastrophic for america, for israel and for the whole of the middle east. >> now boeing knows they have an uphill battle here so they are sort of putting their lobbying message out in a language that mr. trump may understanding with making it all about yes, u.s. jobs. the boeing statement saying today's agreement will support tens of thousands of u.s. jobs directly associated with production and delivery of the 777 and nearly $100,000 jobs in the u.s. aerospace value stream for the full course of deliveries. the first airplanes under the agreement are scheduled for delivery in 2018. boeing realizes, think about all of the pr the president-elect tried to get out of saving roughly 1,000 jobs carrier. this is 100,000 jobs at stake, 100 times what donald trump was talking about a week ago. >> great to see you. and now here with more, marc
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thiessen aba fox contributor and robert wolf, an economic advice tore president obama. good to see you both. marc, we have u.s. jobs hanging here in the balance but there are a lot of people saying they don't want a penny going to a recognized state sponsor of terrorism. money goes over places as do planes. >> and not only is money functionable, planes are functionable. i ran air is a tool of the iranian revolutionary guard. the boeing planes will be ferrying iranian troops, weapons, terror operatives around the world to kill innocent people. iran air has been sanctioned repeatedly by the treasury department. they've been ferrying rockets to
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hezbollah and others. if you want to know where they get the rockets that they use to fire over the border and kill innocent women and children, they get them through iran air. i don't think boeing workers want to produce the planes that the iranian guard corps is using to ship weapons to hezbollah and the assad regime. >> robert, how do you respond to that. there are lives that are put at stake we know terrorism acts that come out of this country. why do we want to help them with anything? >> well, listen, there are no sanctions today. and boeing is a public company. they're a global company. and they're working with 0 fak so they have the ability to trade. and unfortunately whether we like it or not, if they don't sell them, airbus will. does boeing have to continue to do commerce around the globe with those countries that are not sanctions. the answer is yes.
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once the p5+1 lifted the sanctions, countries are going to do business with them. boeing is not the only u.s. company going into iran. it gains tens of thousands of jobs, 100,000-plus jobs if you look at what's from off of the assembly line, vendors, procurement. when i was at ubs, we did not do business with those countries that were sanctions and those that were not sanctioned we did. that's how a public company has to act. >> shouldn't there be a greater moral good, a greater moral call regardless of commerce and bottom lines and dollars? >> well the answer is yes and they're working with the u.s. government who was part of this deal. they're also using no bank financing. it's not adds if they're being finance bdd by the u.s. if president-elect trump decides to go differently like he did in that speech, that's one thing.
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but the secretary of defense that he's talking about, general mattis said it's unluke lick wi going to reverse the deal. >> boeing is one of the things that trump used when it came to united technologies and carrier. when you do a lot of business with the u.s. government you have more leverage. do you think it happens with boeing? >> i think he has the leverage he needs. he needs to e are are impose the sanctions. airbus is not going to come in and do this because they have 10% american made products. the treasury department said these people use iran air topherry weapons to terrorists. we don't want to be a part of that. just when you're trying to wrap up the christmas shopping, there's a new warning, that bone chilling temperatures are about to hit most much of the u.s. "the kelly file" digs into
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an investigation of abortion clinics across the country. this all comes if planned parenthood wonders if they're going to be the new casualty in an apportion war nap's next.
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breaking to night, millions of americans bracing themselves for some of the coldest temperatures this century.
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forecasters are warning that a polar vortex is about to grip much of the central and eastern u.s. bringing dangerously cold temperatures to windchills that could dip to0 or 40 degrees below zero in some places. the northern plains expected to see the worth of it coming days after a brutal snowstorm hit the great lakes and the northeast, causing school closures, car clashes and a whole lot of canceled flights. new reaction tonight to a pro-life group's latest fight to expose horrific abortion conditions. it's part of the group's effort to rebuke the supreme court for loosening the abortion restrictions. what did they find? >> the 130-page report does include graphic details but the group says the goal is to compel state legislators into pushing for new restrictions on
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abortion. last september the supreme court truck down an anti-abortion law. and doctors who perform abortions have admit l privileges at nearby hospitals. krutices called the law a sham and say it cut the number of abortion clinics in half. in his majority opinion, justice stephen briar said for women the medical benefits did not justify the burden they placed on abortion access. but americans united for life has now found horrific abortion clinic conditions in 32 states like west virginia, where a doctor reportedly failed to remove an aborted fetus from the mother's it rus. in california, a woman who had severe reaction to anesthesia died was the doctor allegedly failed to recognize the toxicity and failed to respond. and a florida clinic failed to provide an adequate area for cleaning and sterilizing instruments. these examples are cher pi
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picked and extremely rare. what is not in dispute is because of donald trump's victory, the pro-life movement is emboldened and for proof you need only look to ohio where the legislature passed a law banning abortions after a heartbeat is protected. john kasich has not said if he will sign that bill. >> thank you, trace. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ be overwhelming and complicated. that's why at cancer treatment
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