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♪ when jesse: "watters world" is on. tonight, the income tax rate, what are we talking about? >> the biggest tax cut since megyn, probably bigger than reagan. jess rsh do you think president obama want you to succeed he has been nice to me but this peoplen't been nice to me jesse: "watters world" will never be the say as we take to the sky with the commander-in-chief. it's hard to remember when you are up to hour arm pits in
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allocators that you are here to drain the swamp. jesse: welcome to "watters world." an exclusive tonight. as i sit down with president trump. "watters world" was with the president as he explained this week's pushback on his plan to repeal and replace obamacare >> if we submitted the democrats' plan and draw everything perfect for democrats. we wouldn't get one vote from the democrats. so it's a problem. jesse: moments before that speech we sat down backstage in nashville. president trump welcome back to "watters world." how does it feel? >> it feels great. it feels great to be with you. you have been so nice, thank you. jesse: flattery will get you
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everywhere. last time i saw you i presented you with a signed autograph of myself, have you hung it on the wall? >> oh, yes. jesse: that's fake news. do you think you will close the deal upon obamacare? >> it's complex not for the ordinary reasons. it's complex because you take this group and you make them happy, and they become unhappy and it's back and forth. we are going to get something done. i think it will be terrific and it will be so much better than obamacare which doesn't really exist. because if you allow it to exist for another year, it will implode. just walk away for one year, they will come back, the democrats. if you gave them a democrat bill to approve, they wouldn't approve it. they wouldn't give you one vote. it's been that way for years. if i put together a perfect
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democrat bill on healthcare or anything else for them to stein, you wouldn't get one vote. it's a pretty bad deal. jesse: people like senator rand paul who you killed during the debate could mess this thing up >> rand paul shouldn't be on this stage. he's number 11. i like him web's become a friend of mine. he is a good guy. and he means well. i think ultimately we are going to all come together. x want something done. and we want to start with the tax. we'll cut business tax, middle income taxes. jesse: the income tax rate, what are we talking about? what would you like to see the top rate be? >> we'll bring business down from 15% to 20% from 36% and 38% and higher in some instances.
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we are the highest taxed nation in the world. and we are getting rid of brackets. we are going from 7 to 4 or 3 brackets. i would like to see zero if you don't make much. it will be zero up to a level. then it will be 1e7b -- 10%. 12%. it will be the biggest tax cut since reagan. probably bigger than reagan. i hope right now you are in a high bracket. jesse: we saw some of your returns. these people at msnbc news doing everything they to be take you down. >> what i have here is a copy of donald trump's tax returns. we have his returns for one year, 2005. jesse: i thought you leaked those returns yourself, it made you look good>> they are bad pe.
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there is something wrong with them. it's illegal to do what they did. i heard a tax return was a sacred kind of thing. you don't leak them. it's criminally offensive. they put them out -- not that they are good from that standpoint. my tax returns are good. all of my tax returns are good. jesse: are you going after these leakers hard? >> it's terrible what's going on in washington. we have a certain establishment out there that's leaking. if it gets down other things pen more important than that, but a tax return is a very important thing. and you are not suppose to be leaking them and you do. they don't respect the law. and we have to change that. jesse: the anti-trump resistance out in the streets. some of it is in the federal government. how much of it is that genuine anger and how much is president
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obama pulling the strings from behind the scenes. >> we have crowds, we have senator lamar alexander. we have senator corker. governor of tennessee, great guy. they say they have never seen crowds like that ever. they have been here a long time. so that's love. we have great love. that's how we won. jesse: you have a lot of love on your side and there are people burning things in the street. do you think president trump wants to you succeed. >> he's been nice to me personally, but his people haven't been nice. there is great animosity out there. leaking and the level of anger is hard to believe. so while he's nice personally, there doesn't seem to be a lot of nice things happening behind the scenes. and that's unfortunate. jesse: the media is pretty
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vicious to you fan your family. how do you process that. >> we just have to go on. opt mimple is up the highest in 15 years -- optimism is up, the highest it's been in 15 years. the border, stock market up 15% since the inauguration. over $3 trillion. many jobs have been created. i inherited a mess. the middle east was a mess. people wanted to get jobs. it's a mess. you can hear numbers. but you have millions of people who want to get jobs and can't get jobs. but they are coming back. ford is coming back spm general motors is coming back. if i at chrysler cities coming back. we just had a big meeting in detroit with the car manufacturers it's unbelievable
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what's going to be happening. ultimately that's the thing that talks. i'm at my all-time high for this. jesse: you are still paying attention to the polls. >> i guess the only ones i shouldn't a paid attention to were the exit polls on election day. i said i thought i was doing better than that if. jesse: the rest of my exclusive interview with donald trump coming up later in the show. >> you are saying all that don't matter. their investigation is absolutely not true? >> when the fact --' excuse me, you are attacking me now? anything meant to stand needs a stable foundation.
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you i presented a signed photograph of myself at trump tower. have you hinting on your wall? >> absolutely. jesse: that's fake news. joining me now, joe concha. i don't think it president has ever laughed in an interview like this. >> he will grin, but i have never seen him laugh before. that's a first. jesse: swa stood out to you for the interview? >> the economic part you talked about. it reflects towards the negative. what got him elected is wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, ohio. it was an economic message. when he talks about a tax cut bigger than reagan. 15%. jesse: we have that sound bite, roll that. >> it will be the biggest tax cut since reagan, probably
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bigger than reagan. jesse: that's massive. the top rate is 39%. so going down from 39% to 15%. wow! i don't know if people are going to get on board. republicans? 15% rate. >> i think donald trump is a negotiator. he starts sat one points to end up with another. that's the starting point. even if you get close to that, as big as reagan or bigger. also interesting jumping off of what you just said, he pivots to economics' he scusds the obamacare repeal deal, but quickly moved to the tax cut. then when i asked him about personal attacks about his family and how he processes that, he says it rolls off my back and then let's talk about consumer confidence and the wall
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and the stock market. those are the things he's going to be based on his performance, not this stuff you see in the tabloids. >> never answer the question you were asked, answer the question you wanted asked. he's learning how to pivot. that is economic message. stock market performance and border crossing being down. you guys have some good chemistry. you shared a story with me when i was filling in at siriusxm. you both proposed to your current wifes standing up and not bowing to a knee. jets * thank you so much for bringing that back up. i was going to try to move past that. i asked how did you propose to melania. he said it took him weeks and he did not get down on one knee and i did not also.
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and i'm regretting it every single day. but i think i did get down on one knee for the anniversary. when he comes into the room and you saw this in the cold open at the top of the show. he does the big handshake. grabs you in, pulls you in, says hi to everybody in the room, he real i owns it -- he really owns it. one of the reasons he got elected, the sheer force of his personality is so strong and overwhelming, it's hard not to be drawn in by the guy. >> rand paul is a good friend. he needs a rand paul in that section of the republican party, that wing, in order to get this stuff passed. it will be his ability to persuade and his personality hat wins out here.
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jesse: he did not criticize rand palms hair. up next the snoop dogg family threatening to assassinate members of the first family. what does donald trump think about me? more my exclusive sit-down with the president. escape from monotony. together, we are perfectly balanced. our senses awake. our hearts racing as one. i know this is sudden, but they say...if you love something set it free. see you around, giulia you need one of these.
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jesse: type for the meltdowns of the week. with me to discuss them is tomi lahren. she did a documentary on michael
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brown. >> you are saying all that doesn't matter. their investigation is not true. >> when the facts of this case -- can i speak now? when the facts of this case come out, the real facts in this case, the facts that they don't want us talking about. the fact that michael brown was shot in the head and the bullet came out of his eye. and the way that would happen is when a person is on the ground and the bullet is in the ground. >> there were three different forensic investigation that were done that shows he was shot in the front. everybody in the country was told a narrative he was shot in the back. >> do you know how many black men are in jail for nothing
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because the department of justice failed them? do you know how many black men are in jail because of the department of justice? jesse: first all, that was ridiculous, and martha hand that brilliantly. what was he on tv for. what was he selling? >> he has a documentary and he was trying to say because michael brown the night before from a surveillance video that hasn't been released. that he was in that store trying to make a drug exchange, that because he tried to sell drugs the night before, maybe he's just a drug dealer and not a robber. that's the whole point of this documentary saying he may be a drug dealer as well. so really it's just a clear case of incivility.
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jesse: to say he was shot in the head. martha said, that's three forensic teams looked at it. shot in the body. next up, we have snoop dogg. i don't know snoop doggy dog. he has the music video, and basically looks like he's assassinating a president trump here. is this it right here? okay. this is it right here. boom. wow! that's pretty nasty right there. and i think is it his cousin or son, something like that came out and said this on twitter. donald trump shut your punk ass up talking about my uncle snoop dogg before we pimp your wife and make her work for us. then his nephew is saying he
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wants to pimp out the first lady. what's going none the snoop dogg family. >> can you imagine if that were president obama? can you imagine if that was a president obama clown? i'm wondering where are all the celebrities? where is ashton kutcher. members of the hollywood elite think it's okay to make jokes about sex labor about the first lady. jesse: the thing that have been said about this family, it's unbelievably vicious, the animosity and hatred directed your way. whoopi goldberg, you were on "the view." right? >> she was going to move if president trump was elected.
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jesse: do you think she is on her way to canada? >> that's just hear say. jesse: she was upset about fake news, someone wrote something about what she was saying about the woman president trump brought to the state of the union and she freaked out. >> something came out on a fake news website about me. and it endangered my family's life, and endangered my life. he accused me of saying that the woman that was celebrated by the current president whose husband died was doing it for the attention. if i hadn't been made aware of this i could have found out about this at the end of the barrel of a gun. sir, the fact that you don't give a crap that it endangered me is unconscionable. i'm going to get my lawyer and
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i'm coming for you. jesse: but yet you have snoop dogg a day ago pulling the trigger on president trump and she hasn't said a thing about that. >> liberals only care when it's directed towards them. life is in reverse when they are the target of fake news. she is very upset about it. but i would like to see some of that outrage direct at bow-wow snoop, any number of the hollywood elites. jesse: i don't see that coming and i don't think her lawsuit will come out against the blogger and go very far. i quizzed president trump on board pair force one. >> the back of the plan, fake news. how to brush his teeth. (woman vo) in march, my husband didn't recognize our grandson. (woman 2 vo) that's when moderate alzheimer's made me a caregiver.
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rock 'n roll legend chuck berry has died. they found him unresponsive at his home and could not revive him. his first songs hit the charts in the 1950s. he influenced many musicians over the years. he received a lifetime grammy achievement award. he was 90. another intruder near the white house. the second in five days. white house press secretary sean spicer said an individual jumped a bike rack and did not actually make it on to the white house grounds. i'm laura ingle, now back to "watters world." right here on fox news.
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jesse: you saw my sit-down with president trump. but even he want escape a "watters world." take a look. let's do a what * quiz. don't be nervous. you will be just fine. chuck schumer, the president of cnn and alec baldwin. if you had to fire one person, who would you fire? >> well, i think the alec baldwin situation is not good. chuck i'm very disappointed. he should make deals for the people, democrat or republican. i those would be a deal maker, instead he's just an obstructionist. i'm disappointed in him. jeff zucker, i got him the job and cnn is just fake news. i don't want to say, but i will
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say i'm disappointed in all three. >> i'm steve, you look rested. jesse: next question. what is going to be done first. building a wall or defeating isis? >> we are doing very well in the middle east the last four weeks. we are not playing games anymore. generals and the captains and the majors and the people under ground that graduated from west point and annapolis. and the air force academy. they are doing their thing. but i think it wall will start very soon. we had almost 200 bidders to build the wall. we have great pricing and great designs. jesse: are you going to pick the design for the wall? >> i'll be have much involved in that. general kelly is going to do a great job. jesse: let me know when they break ground, i may be down there with a shovel.
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the plng round. i'm going to name a name and you give one or two words to describe that person. kellyanne conway. >> very nice woman. jesse: hillary clinton. >> disappointed. jesse: mark cuban. >> bheekd all the way but when i wouldn't return his phone calls he went other way, picked the wrong horse. jesse: vladimir putin. >> don't know him, but certainly he's a tough cookie and i don't know how he's doing for russia. we'll find out one day. jesse: elizabeth warren. >> i think she would lose badly. i think she hurt hillary clinton very badly. jesse: why? >> i watched those speeches. anger and hatred. they are hard. i said she is bad for hillary. i watched that last couple weeks where she was getting up with
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that craziness and anger you i have got news for you, donald trump. women have had it with guys like you. and nasty women have really had it with guys like you. >> pocahontas would not be proud of her as her representative. jesse: i think she'll run against you, elizabeth warren. >> i hope so. that would be a dream come true. jesse: snoop dogg. >> i think that was terrible. not because of me. i think it many terrible to do that to any president, any person. i think it was pretty low life. his career is failing and he's getting a lot of publicity on it. but i think it was a terrible thing to do. jesse: bill o'reilly. >> great guy. nobody would know that. don't kid yourself he's a talented guy. jesse: i believe it. florida one.
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jesse watters. >> tremendous future, tremendous potential. i enjoy your show. and you have been so nice to me and that's why i do your shows on television, and here i am, "watters world." thank jesse. jesse: buttering me up big time at the end there. what are you supposed to say to that? >> i would just smile and nod, and give him old miss america. jesse: a lot of personality. he likes the word failing. >> when said the hatred in her heart with elizabeth warren, i think would running against her in 2020. jesse: that's sitting back to be a hugh monday be -- a huge the collision course. pocahontas and elizabeth
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warren. >> if you thought it couldn't get better than hillary. i can't wait to see the debates. but we are getting a little bit ahead of ourselves. >> i would love to see the media coverage and scrutiny around the poke than as charge. did she really lie about her heritage? >> she said she didn't know. jesse: we'll get to the bottom of that. following wednesday's interview i was fortunate to get a behind the scenes look at life behind the scenes. i hitched a ride on air force one. check it out. [♪] what do you want to hear from the president? >> anything, everything. everything he says will be good. jesse: how excited are you right now? >> i'm extremely excited.
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jesse: any advice for president trump. >> no advice, he's god great already. jesse: any advice for president trump. >> keep working for the man. jesse: do you think he needs to improve on anything. >> healthcare. he needs to rewrite that paul ryan plan because it's straight up terrible. drain the swamp. they don't love you like we do, trump. >> if he does 50% what he promised he's got my vote in 2020. jesse:jesse: who do you think ie president's biggest enemy? >> the rinos. rand paul may be starting. jesse: what do you have say the biggest min is. >> hillary clinton. >> democratic party. >> cnn, msnbc, fake news. jesse: not me.
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>> jesse, you are the best. >> that was part of the strategy. jesse: what would you tell the protesters if you had a chance to talk to them. >> come over here, we are having a great time. >> shut up. get a job. jesse: what do you think we should do with these protesters clog up the streets. >> they are not clogging up our streets, they are snowflakes, they are healthing as we are talking. -- they are melting as we are talking. jesse: thank you very much. >> there is no place i would rather be than with all of you here tonight with the wonderful hard-working citizens of our country. i would much rather spend time with you than any of the pundits, consultant or special interests, certainly, or
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reporters from washington, d.c. jesse: they should call this hair force one. i'm in the back of the plane, fake news. i get on board air force one and i'm expecting to chit-chat with the president and they say he's in a meeting. i don't think lit happen. we beg and plead. he has spicer in there, he's watching hannity. then he says watters get the
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hell out of the meeting. and i'm trying not to steal stuff. because everything has his emflesm and name on it. then he talks to us. then he says i'm going to go back and talk to the failing "new york times." >> you got on that flight because you said your flight was canceled. i did research. there was no poor weather in the area that time of day when you were going to fly out. jesse: are you calling that a ruse? >> i'm calling that genius. jesse: and i'll probably never be allowed back. the food was good. they had grilled chicken. you are jealous that it was on board. >> i am very jealous. i saw you eating. remember when you got so much flack for eating kfc with a fork
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and a knife. jesse: again, thank you for calling me out. >> do they have a bar on air force one? jesse: you get everything you want to drink, but i did not participate. i would have been kicked out. they would have opened the hatch. "watters world" takes on fake news of thesw week.
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jesse: fake news is the subject of tonight's "watters world." it began are rachael maddow over at cnn. break, we have trump tax returns on msnbc. americans dialed into her show and were met with a 20-minute monologue about god knows what. finally she shows two pages of donald trump's tax returns from 12 years ago. >> we have his federal tax return for one year, for 2005. jesse: i watched part of the show, and i didn't flow what she was talking about. all it did was show he paid $40
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million in taxes, 28%. that's a higher rate than obama, romney and bernie sanders. and. according to three source with knowledge of the incidents. he even turned on the laser site causing a do the to bob around on williams' body. juan williams said the entire thing was sensationalized. sean said he never points a gun at anyone and the whole thing was false. but still cnn has not issued a retraction. that brings to the "new york times." it looks like the publication needs to start fact check a little bit more correctly.
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sheer is mick mulvaney doing that job for them. >> i'll call to the "new york times" because they are in trouble. apparently two reporters are in big trouble. they print this morning that i'm the father of 17-year-old triplet girls. my 17-year-old daughter wishes that would have happened. but my two 17-year-old sons were upset. if you could clarify that, that would be great. jesse: if they can't gets that right, imagine the bigger stuff they get wrong that we don't know about. the news that's fit to prints. that was just sloppy. next thing is just a lie. we remember when emails showed cnn contributor and current dnc chair donna brazil leaked
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questions to hillary clinton. i con front her in the spin room. did you feed a debate question to hillary? >> i hear a lot of lies in my life and i keep hearing them every day. jesse: so that wasn't you on the email. >> there is no proof and there will never be proof if i was on that email. jesse: a subsequent release of emails she said a number of things i did prior to assuming the dnc position was to share potential town hall topics with the clinton campaign. sounds like a confession to me. could have cleared that up on "watters world" months ago. lastly. when presidents come into office, they almost always fire the politically appointed u.s. attorneys from the previous
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administration. nothing wrong with that. you want your own guys in there. when president obama did the, this how josh gerstein it. but the same reporter 8 years later uses this headline when trump did it. trump team out ofs out team ousd attorneys. >> no, the presidential election can't be hacked. but after hillary clinton lost. russian hacking in the 2016 election, what you need to know. cnn said the russians can't mac the election when trump suggests it but says they can when hillary suggests it? you do realize the internet saves these headlines, right?
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they will continue with the fakes news and you need to know by the. we'll bring it to your attention because it's just so easy. what a bunch of clowns. the "watters world" at the reagan ranch. it's hard to remember that we came here to drain the swamp. it's over. i've found a permanent escape from monotony. together, we are perfectly balanced. our senses awake. our hearts racing as one. i know this is sudden, but they say...if you love something set it free. see you around, giulia it can seem like triggers pop up everywhere.
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>> jackson's victory shooting establishment like an earthquake. henry clay, secretary of state defeated john quincy adams called jackson's victory mortifying and sickening. boy, does this sound familiar. jesse: that was president trump
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drawing comparisons to president jackson. another president who elicits trump comparison is reagan. welcome to the "watters world" game show. the reagan years. are you nervous? >> no. jesse: you should be. question one. ronald reagan said this. >> mr. gorbachev tear down this wall. >> where did he say it? >> berlin. jesse: be more specific. >> i don't know. jesse: brandenburg gate. who did ronald reagan say this to at a debate. >> there you go again. >> jimmy. jesse: jimmy -- time is up. >> jimmy carter.
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jesse: ronald reagan at a debate said this to you. >> i will not make age an issue of this campaign. i'm not going to exploit for political purposes my opponent's youth and inexperience. jesse: no one knows it, it was walter mondale. ronald reagan was an actor. he famously acted in a movie with a monkey. what was the name of the monkey? time is up. bonzo was the name of the monkey. how many children did ronald and nancy reagan have together. >> two? jesse: correct. we have reached the final round. i'm going to read a quote and you will hold up the placard of ronald reagan or donald trump.
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a nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation. both you are wrong it's always good to be underestimated. correct. i have an attention span that is as long as as it has to be. correct. sometimes by losing a battle you find a new way to win a war. incorrect. it's hard to remember when you are up to your arm pits in alligators that you came here to drain the swamp. ronald reagan. last question. all great change in america begins at the dinner table. both of you are correct. i think we have a winner. what do you win? we don't know. >> hopefully something good. jesse: it will probably be signed head shot of me.
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that's all for tonight. follow me on facebook, instagram and twitter. "justice with judge jeanine" is next. and remember i'm watters and this is my world. judge jeanine: right now on "justice." >> all of these nos or potential nos are all yeses. judge jeanine: the art of the deal. president trump says he can do it. tonight i'll ask newt gingrich about the president's chances of making the gop healthcare bill law. >> trump made his living on making deals, and this is a test of that ability. judge jeanine: i'll get the former speaker's take on the budget and how he deal with the those in washington trying to stop him at every turn. he's president, they are not.


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