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why you just can't trust the white house on donald trump's house, doctor david shiner who served as primary physician of barack obama went even further. >> maybe had chest pain, maybe some neurological -- i think he is someone who has some neurological issues which no one has addressed. >> how does ama not represent him for that? he hasn't examined him for that? may be discarded you narrow collusion. let's bring mueller back for new special counsel investigation. that's all the time we have tonight. shannon bream and the fox news 19 have the day's lengthy developments and the best analysis. >> if we had investigations i would have the whole beautiful mind thing going on. i'm managing what we have now. jillian: we begin with the fox news alert. impeachment hearings on capitol hill today gambling in at 9 am. key moments with who is up tomorrow.
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are the democrats equating america or have they tuned out? prison guard was supposed to be watching jeffrey epstein facing prison time themselves. the latest as the director of the bureau of federal prisons on capitol hill today. doug collins on deck to join us demanding answers from abc news over what they learned about epstein and his victims and why the story was shelved. college campuses under fire this time with economists and staffers, protesters say they are tired of the trump administration murdering people. ben shapiro joins us. welcome to fox news at night. we begin with the marathon impeachment hearing day. you have been tracking every part of this today.
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>> reporter: definitely more the marathon today than a sprint. day 3 public hearings kicked off. more of a marathon than a sprint. lieutenant colonel alexander vindman, talking about the phone call with volodymyr zelinsky and alarms by what they heard. >> what i heard was inappropriate. >> the references to specific individuals and investigations such as former vice president biden and his son struck me is political in nature given the former vice president is a political opponent of the president. >> the republicans pushed back
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arguing >> he took his concerns about a director national security council. >> you report to tim morrison correct? >> in my advisory -- to clarify only in my advisory capacity, i advised through the chain of command, that is what i do. >> it is tim morrison to ambassador john bolton, national security adviser to president of the united states, the agree president sets the policy as commander-in-chief as you testified? >> absolutely. >> republican genre cliff wanted to know if the witnesses sought an actual crime had been committed. >> you never used the word bribery or bribe to explain donald trump's conduct? >> no, sir. >> you haven't either? >> correct.
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>> he said the job was offered when he was over there, he said this is america and here right still matters. >> it is unusual because usually they don't allow any reaction in these hearings. kurt volcker and tim morrison, what can you tell us? >> republicans showed up this evening really ready to take on the democrats bribery narrative head on, double down on a new counterattack strategy of their own. >> last week the democrats told us this infraction was asking for a quid pro quo. this week it is bribery. as witnesses the democrats of call the parade of government officials who don't like donald trump's ukraine policy. >> it either of you have any evidence of proof quid pro quo? ambassador volcker? >> i did not. >> any evidence of bribery? >> now. >> any evidence of treason? >> know. >> at that former special envoy to ukraine kurt volcker and former senior director for
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russia and europe over the national security council cam morrison who was on the july 25th:both said they were concerned about it. >> i feared at the time of a how this disclosure would play in washington's political climate. my fears have been realized. >> after reading a record it was clear to you that biden, burisma in 2016 election discussions trump design to serve the president's political interest, not the national interests. what did you mean when you said that? >> i don't think raising 2016 elections or joe biden or these things i consider to be conspiracy theories that have been circulated by the ukrainians are not things we should be pursuing as part of our national security strategy with ukraine. >> volcker is one of the so-called 3 amigos along with gordon sondland and rick perry. accorded multiple witnesses the
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3 of them were with rudy giuliani on ukraine. volcker confirmed he set up the so-called policy back channel for the us and ukraine that was spearheaded by giuliani. republican members of the committee say all this is more evidence of the long simmering policy disagreements between donald trump and the diplomatic corps in washington. they say nothing impeachable. shannon: we will see, tomorrow's another full day. ambassador gordon sondland returns the inquiry with an updated story, adding to testimony things that contradicted his close to a deposition. also tomorrow defense to permit official lara cooper and state department official david hail.
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a new report from michael horwitz on the fbi's vetting and use of secret sources leading some to serious questions for an agency already under intense scrutiny for alleged surveillance abuse of trump campaign officials. trace gallagher has the story tonight. >> pretty clear from this report that michael horwitz has taken the fbi to the woodshed regarding how the agency manages its confidential informant saying the programs rules and regulations have, quote, significant issues specifically that the fbi's long-term sources, those being used for more than 5 years of not been properly originally vetted to make sure they are still actively cooperating with the fbi and they are still viable assets. the fear is the fbi might engage a source who turns out to be detrimental. >> an effective management and oversight of confidential sources can result in
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jeopardizing fbi operations, subjective investigation and the public in harm's way. >> reporter: the report made 16 recommendations on how to improve the informant program and the fbi has apparently agreed to implement all of them asap. >> should we or shouldn't we read anything into the timing of this report? >> it is interesting that inspector general horwitz is choosing not to release a report on confidential informants considering his report on the origins of that from russia probe could drop anytime and a big part of that report will likely focus on the use of confidential informants, primarily christopher steele who salacious and unverified dossier was reportedly used to help justify surveillance of the
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trump campaign. christopher steele was a confidential fbi source until the agency dropped him for leaking information to the media that many believe he remained in contact with the fbi through back channel. the gop chair of the senate judiciary committee lindsey graham and others have suggested the ig probe will provide evidence of improper conduct by the fbi in the early stages of the investigation and senator graham has already announced that michael horwitz will testify before his committee on december 11th meaning the ig report is imminent. >> we are standing by. the administration is redoubling efforts to get a new trade agreement ratified by congress to replace the much-maligned after the deal, donald trump blaming nancy pelosi for holding up the us mca. >> i have pretty good authority that she's using us mca because she doesn't have impeachment vote so she is using us mca to get the impeachment vote. >> responding as the president will knows the speaker has been working diligently with his trade representatives to advance democrats further down the path
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to yes on the us mca. this is totally separate from the ongoing impeachment inquiry. democrats are pushing for stronger enforcement of environmental and labor standards to get them to sign on. today's marathon impeachment hearings and a short time ago on the day michael horwitz warned the fbi had numerous issues when it comes to using secret sources. here to weigh in on top stories, harry littman and john you, thank you. let's talk about this report, the wall street journal talking about a new report from horwitz as we await from the real report from horowitz that tuesday's report found, quote, significant weaknesses in the confidential human sources program and said the fbi had not scrutinized the allocation of sources. do you read anything into the timing of this or is it separate from what we might get from
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horwitz and durham on the investigation into the investigators? >> you can see the timing as being relevant, it is clear they gather corollary matters out of the way to concentrate on the fisa report but also in this respect, part of the fisa inquiry will focus on why did the fbi place credibility in certain confidential informants most notably christopher steele, and give so much credence to them that they went to get a surveillance weren't on an ongoing presidential campaign by major party. you could see the falls late have been jim comey and andrew mccabe are so excited to get their teeth into these big cases
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investigating a president that they weren't taking care of the basic bread and butter, everyday business of the fbi which is to make sure they are getting reliable authentic information from our informants. and it is a good thing donald trump removed comey and his team because they were not doing the basic job of the fbi because they were so fascinated with investigating the clinton campaign and then the trump campaign. >> the fbi acknowledging a response to this report, we have some work to do on how we use secret sources. >> it happens all the time, a dog bites man story. there is no indication at all, quite the contrary that has anything to do with special high-level matters john mentioned. it is really about the rank-and-file and their regular use. it would be both improper and surprising if somehow this was supposed to be a kind of covert first strike about the investigative reports coming up. >> now to be impeachment hearings today. sean davis, cofounder of the
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federalist says that hearing with vindman who is patient 0 could not have gone more poorly for democrats, his testimony would this disaster for impeachment of its. robert reisch, former secretary of labor under president clinton said take away from today's testimony, he 0, trump is guilty, impeach by thanksgiving. is anyone being persuaded or is this all about you came to this hearing and where you think it is playing out, depends on where you started from? >> i agree with that, the polls suggest people's views are not changing because of the hearings and i don't think the hearings are changing the basic facts of the story and this is partially because of congressman adam schiff's choice to leave a lot of the testimony that was taken behind closed doors earlier so we are not really learning anything new. the facts seem to be the same, the phone call on july 25th, the president of ukraine and donald
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trump, in terms of the details. most importantly hearings are going to end soon and you are not going to have had testimony from people who really talk to donald trump directly, it is all secondhand information, the big problem that we need to find out is do these facts rise to the level of an offense which is worth removing the president of the united states from his office within a year of an election. i haven't seen the democrats support compelling reasons why the answer to that question should be yes. >> you saw jillian turner reporting when the witnesses were asked point blank is it evidence of bribery, did you see evidence of treason a quid pro quo, they said no to all of those so where do democrats go from here. we have sondland tomorrow and everyone is watching. >> it is a totally misleading snippet. these guys are not there for legal characterization, they and
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everybody else, there's no dispute about the facts, it was conditioned, the release of the 8 on the announcement of an investigation. that is plainly a quid pro quo. shannon: that never happened. the investigations and announcements never happened and the aid was released. >> exactly because of the whistleblower report. it was being all prepared to go on cnn. as far as bribery or the president's conduct, that is immaterial. they had to stop. every witness says he did it and it was inappropriate. when john says there is nothing new the facts are established and the question is impeach ability. >> you mean the phone call? they all said -- they were asked point blank and said no. >> they are not lawyers. >> everyone said the aid was
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conditioned on -- this isn't democrats who are stressing this but republicans, democrats are stressing the facts, every associate was conditioned on an announcement of investigation by the bidens, what do you call that? >> that's not what i heard in the testimony today. there are differing characterizations of that but sondland will be a big one tomorrow and we will keep debating this because we will all be watching this. see you, guys. breaking tonight, new development in the jeffrey epstein case. congressman doug collins demanding answers for months, he joined us on that and today's impeachment hearings next. slid, stow 'n go® seats. can your car do this? man, y'all getting a hook up and you don't even work here. don't act like i'm not doing y'all a favor. y'all should be singing my praises. pacificaaaaa! purchase and get $5,361 below msrp plus 0%
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>> shannon: breaking tonight, to manhattan prison guards now looking at possible prison time. >> two manhattan prison guards .
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looking at possible prison time. the guards who were supposed to be watching jeffrey epstein when he allegedly committed suicide pleaded not guilty to charges of falsifying records. they are out on bond. >> this morning two correctional officers tasked with guarding jeffrey epstein surrendered to the fbi charged with one count of conspiracy for working together in a cover-up and 5 counts of falsifying records. new york federal prosecutors allege they falsified documents indicating they were checking on prisoners in a special housing unit of the metropolitan correctional center including epstein every 30 minutes as mandated when in reality they were not. according to the indictment the guards never checked on epstein once in the 8 hours between 10:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. when epstein's body was discovered in his cell with a noose around his neck. instead of doing their jobs
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prosecutors say the guards appeared to be asleep for approximately 2 hours, sat at their desks, browsed the internet for furniture sales and moved around the common area while epstein was inside his cell just about 15 feet from the guards desks. a lawyer for one of the guards says they are being, quote, scapegoated. >> this was a black eye in the entire prison. >> reporter: the director of the federal bureau of prisons, doctor sawyer, was grilled on capitol hill. >> has anybody been disciplined or terminated for the conduct that led to the jeffrey epstein that? >> still waiting for the conclusion of the investigation. we have some bad staff, we want rid of those bad staff who don't do their job. we want them gone by prosecution or termination. >> reporter: director sawyer confirms the criminal investigation into epstein's death is ongoing. >> is the fbi is involved they are looking at the enterprise.
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>> she has not seen evidence indicating epstein was murdered underscoring that point prosecutors revealed video surveillance cameras captured no one entering epstein's cell the night he died. shannon: thank you. revelations from today's testimony by the director of the federal bureau of prisons saying the fbi investigators are looking into whether or not a, quote, criminal enterprise may have played a role in epstein's death. lawmakers double down calling on abc news to answer questions about what it knew about the epstein case, whether they contacted authorities and why the story never made air. ranking member who has been publicly demanding answers on the epstein case for months, good to have you with us. back in august you wrote a letter to acting director of the bureau of prisons asking for answers by august 21st. a lot of questions people have about this case. be gotten answers? >> we have not. this is the problem we are
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seeing and we understand you need to look into it but there is a lot, when you look at the situation and we see charges being made against these guards about not being diligent, falsifying records, it raises the question because for such a high profile case unknown predator that everyone knew was in jail to have this happen reeks of was it simply a suicide or were there other things involved? this has to be gotten involved. the black eye she spoke of was more than a black eye. it was a black mark on the bureau of prisons and they've got to get the bottom of this. >> reporter: assigning blame will not correct the staff shortages. it is clear to us these indictments are a mask to cover up the true issues and create a narrative that government has taken action. they are not buying it. >> while they point at others for workers not ability to do their jobs but even if he
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committed suicide they didn't do anything for 8 hours, never checked on him, what they are supposed to do every 15 minutes, it is the union protecting their workers but they don't have a basis. what we are seeing happen is they didn't do their job. that is not being part of a prison guard, doing what they're supposed to do, not due diligence but negligence is what we are looking at. shannon: hopefully we will get more answers because we all have questions about what happened. i want to turn to the third day of public hearings on house democrats impeachment push today. i want to play something from lieutenant colonel vindman who testified today. >> it was inappropriate, it was improper for the president to request, demand an investigation into a political opponent especially a foreign power. >> so that is his assessment of the phone call.
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>> lieutenant colonel vindman had to go back and change his resume, i am responsible for ukraine to the president, he never talked to the president. it is his job to coordinate stuff, get the paperwork but what we are seeing in these hearings that amazed me, you saw last weekend the hearing with taylor and kent and others, these are career bureaucrats who believe their experience should be paramount, not the president and not senior advisers who to have direct access to ukraine, direct access to the leaders and the president is not to be sitting the policy. for his statement that he didn't like what the president did, never said -- he said i didn't like this. this is the playground stuff, i don't like what susie did to me so i'm going to get her in trouble. they have nothing the president did wrong but a policy dispute because mister morrison and others said there was nothing
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wrong with this call. voelker is that i was in charge of it and that was the part we are looking for now, the ones who were having direct contact say there's no problem then we are taking sideshow people who don't like the politics and don't like the president. shannon: will both be shifted on the house side when it comes down to it? articles of impeachment have to go through your committee, the house judiciary committee, there are 31 democrats are in, they were in district won by donald trump in 2016. where do they vote? two democrats crossed over proceeding with this whole thing. they need more votes than that to stop impeachment. >> nancy pelosi doesn't like this president but there is a real test of metal for these 21, they will stick that way but the rest of them have to go back to the american people who elected
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him in their districts and say i voted to overturn 63 million votes for a president of the united states based on people who didn't like his policies, who didn't like him and when we make the argument in the judiciary, the started november 2016, we have been hearing impeachment since before the president was sworn in. they see this for what this is, a vendetta against the president who is doing things they wish they could have done like an economy and things like that. it is a personal preference issue and adam schiff is more than willing to accomplish this. shannon: we will see you, it will be a busy time for you moving ahead, thanks for stopping in. 2020 democratic candidates descend on atlanta for the next debate, stunning new poll next. . so when a hailstorm hit, usaa reached out before he could even inspect the damage. that's how you do it right. usaa insurance is made just the way martin's family needs it - with hassle-free claims, he got paid before his neighbor even got started.
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syrian regime responsible for actions that happened within syrian territory. the 2020 i you were poll showing donald trump popular among republicans. you be voters also believe the impeachment hearings will make it easier for the president to win reelection. democrats descending on atlanta preparing for the next primary debate. will peter buttigieg the front runner treatment after surging in iran shocking new polls 10 points ahead in new hampshire? >> since the last debate peter buttigieg became the iowa front runner which means this time rivals may be gunning for him. >> making sure we are ready for anything. >> the debates don't matter, amy klobuchar credits her time in primetime, the des moines register cnn poll. >> we are building a nationwide effort and couldn't have done it if people hadn't listened to my
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words and message. >> the most viral moment for any debate might belong to kamala harris who initiated a showdown over civil rights was joe biden. >> that little girl was me. >> reporter: since then she has struggled. it look so different this time. >> i pray. >> don't we all? >> anything you will be doing different compared to past debates? >> i will just be present. >> bernie sanders has been present since last cycle and this time he has more individual donations than anyone, more than 4 million and counting, a campaign manager says this is what momentum looks like. they've got money to spend, so does andrew yang. >> i tell jokes about this, we didn't spend the money because i'm asian. but we are spending it like a week and a half ago. >> in this debate some newcomers have time to make their moves. >> the biggest thing is every
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time we won in the last 50 years it was in a generation candidate from outside washington. >> candidates have more elbow room because there are only 10 candidates after beto o'rourke dropped out and julian castro came short but the stage could grow again depending what happens with michael bloomberg and deval patrick who are not here. >> thank you very much, do not forget to tune in tomorrow night for the postdebate analysis, live extended special coverage like we have for all these debates, 11:00 pm to 1 am eastern. we will see what happens tomorrow night but join us. sounds like legislations that should have bipartisan support so why is the violence against women act stalled in the senate? senator joni and joins us live next. we built a snow globe. i'll get that later. dylan! but the one thing we could both agree on was getting geico
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>> shannon: unanimously passing a bill reaffirming hong kong's autonomy. the bill, which has to be reconciled with a similar house version requires the u.s. to annually review china's
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treatment of the semiautonomous territory. originally sponsored by republican marco rubio, the senate majority leader is pushing it tonight as a big call to action for the president to take a tougher stand on beijing amid the violent clashes >> unanimously passable reaffirming hong kong's autonomy, the bill which is to be recognized with a similar house version requires the us to annually review china's treatment of the semi as monasteries, originally responded by marco rubio and the senate majority leader, pushing it tonight is a big call to action for the president to take a tougher stand on beijing amid violent clashes in hong kong. wilbur ross telling fox news he is fine-tuning a trade deal with china. the violence against women act sounds like legislation every lawmaker could get behind but bipartisan talks in the senate are stalled is the issue heats up on the 2020 campaign trail. one republican senator taking matters into her own hands moving forward with her and bill to reauthorize the law and suggesting politics are getting in the way of funding a variety programs related to race and domestic abuse. republican senator from iowa joni ernst, good to have you with us. let's talk about this. i know you are trying to make this a bipartisan measure that sort of fell apart.
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here's what the top democrat chuck schumer has to say. >> senator ernst is afraid of the nra and senator ernst, if she believes a boyfriend of a woman who has gotten a protection order issued against him should get a gun. senator and stubbornly believes yes. >> a chance to respond to him directly. >> politics getting involved on their behalf but what we are doing in the senate is looking for a bill that will actually move forward. if you listen to the press gaggle they had the other day where they are introducing the house version of the bill they acknowledged themselves that this bill will never make it through the senate. i put a lot of time and effort into this bill, working with other members to make sure we have crafted a bill that we authorize necessary funding and programs for women, children, families the need to get away
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from abusive situations, providing those resources. shannon: it is personalty with a lot of ways and regardless of party people should be able to get together on. there are some sticking points but apparently are part of this, the issue with guns and potential domestic abusers, protections for the lgbt q community and protections for native american communities, democrats pointing out that is the reason they can't come together with you on something. is there a middle ground? >> i think there is middle ground & intent on finding that middle ground and that is what senator feinstein and i are hoping to achieve and we've spent the past 7 or 8 months working on this bill to find that middle ground but unfortunately leadership are told senator feinstein you will move ahead with the house version of the bill even knowing it wouldn't move forward but i still think if there's a way to work together to get this
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reauthorized, it is important. as a survivor of rape and domestic violence i want to make sure we provide the resources necessary for those going through a difficult time in their lives. heather: i want to ask about impeachment and where we are now is the heads over to the senate there will be a juror there and questions about the number of democratic senators on the trail who were pulled away. this is how politico describes the reaction, you were dancing a jig and singing peter buttigieg is moving ahead. it would be horrible, elizabeth and bernie sanders would have to be here in the senate before the iowa caucuses, they would be sitting at their desk, i feel so badly for them. i don't know if you want to dance the jig for us but a quick reaction. >> the iowa caucuses will be at the beginning of february.
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if impeachment trial hits the senate in january that will literally tie those democratic senators to their desks which allows peter buttigieg and joe biden free rain across the state of iowa shaking a lot of hands. >> doing really well in the polling. the iowans take this very seriously, they want to see those folks. keep us updated on the bill. police making arrests, free speech on college campuses under fire again tonight this time a group of students in new york shutdown conservative economist art laffer's be moments after it began or attempted to begin. garrett tenney has more on the protests. >> the impetus for the latest controversy was a planned lecture on free enterprise and limited government by art laffer which a group of students shutdown before it began.
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>> we are tired of getting murdered. >> dozens of protesters wearing armbands and masks disrupted the event hosted by the school's young americans foundation chapter monday night. when officers tried to arrest students with bullhorns who wanted to prevent art laffer from speaking other protesters formed the human barrier and chanted. [chanting] >> he was taken off stage and the event cancels. two protesters were arrested. school officials say they are disappointed that the protesters chose to infringe on the activity of others and prevent those who wish to hear the speaker from doing so. the protests were not unexpected. just a few days ago police responded to a confrontation outside the school student union where members of college republicans were surrounded by more than 100 students after sitting at the pro-second amendment display. >> it means we are not doing enough.
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[shouting] >> you don't even know me. you know nothing about me. >> there is more fallout today. republican state senator canceled a speech he was scheduled to give at the school tonight saying that campus clearly isn't a suitable place for civic engagement anymore. shannon: thank you. is free speech under attack? we have more next with someone who has been there and experienced it on the front line, editor in chief of the daily wire, ben shapiro joins us live next.
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[chanting] shannon: college, garrett reporting on this in new york, shenandoah speech by conservative economist art laffer who has been awarded the presidential medal of freedom earlier this year. let's turn to the editor-in-chief of the daily wire, ben shapiro. welcome. >> thanks for having me. shannon: you have been in situations where people don't want you to come, they show up, cause problems. what do you make of this? is free speech on campus under
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attack or is that fear mongering to cover these incidents that way? >> there is a serious problem. this is particularly true at this particular campus. it comes down to the administration, protesters will often get away with what they think they can get away with. a couple big >> and venues in the past couple weeks at a 47 a better job insuring that if somebody really disrupt the event, there's enough security to make sure the person is removed so everybody else can continue with the event and this particular event, pretty obvious the administration decides what the protesters have their way. that is the question, does the ministration kowtow to the hecklers or does the ministration stand free speech and provide resources to prevent these events from being shutdown. shannon: two people were arrested and the administration is pushing back, looking into it, we want to know who did what and if they violated policies they will get in trouble. the situation was described this way. varies but is of the incident showed dozens of students yelling and disrupting the
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lecture, one man with a microphone declaring, quote, we are tired of being oppressed and we are tired of getting murdered by this administration referring to the trump administration. what his exec grievances are, it is clear they don't want to hear from anyone linked to this administration or anything conservative in nature. >> they obviously hate marginal tax cuts. art left was the most controversial member of a trump coterie. apparently they really hate the marginal tax rates. if you believe you are being murdered because art laffer proposed basic notions if you lower taxes you will increase government revenue i don't know what to tell you. shannon: they are not hearing that. another controversy, the whole idea the chick-fil-a is changing group that it donates 2.
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and the separation army which has been taking a beating in the mainstream media. this is what the president of chick-fil-a now says and chief operating officer, beginning in 2020 the chicks lay foundation will introduce more focused approach donating to a smaller number of organizations exclusive in areas of hunger, homelessness and education, no organization will be excluded from future consideration, faith-based or not, on social media the clampdown has been no more nuggets kind of reaction for people that are conservative. >> completely idiotic. chick-fil-a, most revenue rose from $1 billion in 2001, $10.5 billion this year, despite the left is in targeting them since 2013 when they found out dan kathy, the ceo was in favor of traditional marriage. the chick-fil-a decided to bow down before the awards of political correctness and cut christian charities out because christian charities did not support same-sex marriage is pretty astonishing and a horrible sign for our culture. if we are only going to eat at restaurants where the activities
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of the restaurants don't matter, they will serve anybody, everybody is happy to eat there. the question is if you are going to start boycotting businesses based on your personal views of the owners of the business we are going to end up with a two tiered political system in every aspect of american life in the country can't last that way. if i literally have to check out the political donation record of the restaurant's owner where i go to patronize a burger i don't know how we are going to last as a country this way. shannon: the pendulum will point back at some point. drew anderson who is director of campaign for glad, lgbt q vice organization says this. in addition to refraining from financially supporting anti-lgbt q organizations chick-fil-a still lacks policies to ensure safe workplaces for lgbt q employees and should speak out against the anti-lgbt q reputation their brand represents. the left doesn't sound satisfied by this move a check for his made.
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>> the left will never be satisfied. they went after the boy scouts, once you give an inch to the left with regard to your fundamental principles the left will never stop. of chick-fil-a believes they bought off the left through all of this in the left will start switching their dollars over they've got another think coming, chiefly want to win supporters on the left and they will lose a lot of support is on the right who feel they surrendered to cancel culture. shannon: the only thing that is more heated is arguing which sauce is the best. great to have you, thank you so much. check out our hero tonight, massive australian brushfires up a lot of animals in harm's way. this little chihuahua seems lost -- lost in the blaze coming in fire one point. this local woman charged and the flames to try to help, she immediately took off her shirt, wrapped up this little critter that was severely burned, got him to safety, poured water over him, quickly transportable
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marsupial to a little, while a hospital for treatment. she didn't hesitate when the little guy was in trouble, you are our midnight hero. our thoughts and prayers go out to people struggling with those fires, the same in california. most grateful you spent the evening with us, good night from washington, i am shannon bream. chevy silverado hd.
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