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can that be a signal. >> people are so desperate for a signal. they are like in the morning there's dew on the grass, what does that mean. she knows she is read like tea leaves but i think she can't stop it at this point. >> we'll see what happens. thanks rachel. hell froze over and now we're stuck in the ice with donald trump. >> the american dream is dead. >> it's happened. >> i'm officially running for president of the united states. >> donald trump puts his money where his mouth is. >> i'm really rich. >> the latest entry to the republican race arrived by escalator. >> trump was his usual trump self. >> i will be the greatest jobs president that god ever created. >> kind of crazy, entertaining brew of a narcissism, nativism and pure nonsense. >> i promise i will never be in a bicycle race.
>> the notion obamacare is a big lie. >> you have to get hit by a tractor, literally a tractor to use it. >> i got the sense the man likes attention. >> nobody would be tougher on isis than donald trump. >> this is the image you want to have for your party. >> should i run for president? >> absolutely. >> they just want to hear the guy say you are fired. >> mr. trump, you are not a nice person. >> is the donald for real this time. >> does my family like me? i think so. >> we may have watched a 45-minute infomerical. >> i love china, i love the saudis. the american dream is dead. ♪ >> and the most anti-american speech ever given by a presidential candidate today, donald trump did what i never thought he would do, he announced he's officially a candidate for president. and in iowan tonight, he predicted victory.
>> hillary can be beaten, and i will tell you, in my opinion and i see them all the time, is nobody's going to beat her except donald trump. good luck, everybody. thank you. >> but none of donald trump's words today make him officially a candidate for president. there are 393 official candidates for president tonight and donald trump is not one of them. 393 people have filed the form with the federal election commission beginning alphabetically with gifford abbott and ending with daniel zutler. that's the first and last time they will be mentioned on national television. congratulations to their families. the list of official candidates includes 90 republicans, that's 9-0 republicans, not just the ten you have heard about. jeb is not the only bush who filed his statement of candidacy. willita bush filed as a green party candidate and just below the two bushes in alphabetical order comes sydney's voluptuous
buttocks. donald trump must file within 15 days of spending $5,000 on his campaign which he may have spent today. he flew to iowa after his announcement and will fly to new hampshire tomorrow and south carolina on friday. no presidential campaign will depend more heavily on the low information voter than donald trump's campaign. donald shared an imaginary scene of the trump presidency with his audience today. neither he, nor his supporters, knew that it was complete fantasy. >> i would call up the head of ford, who i know, if i was president and say, congratulations. i understand that you are building a nice 2.5 billion dollar car factory in mexico and you are going to take the cars and sell them to the united states, zero tax fly them across
the border. how does that help us? it is not. so i'd say congratulations. that's the good news. let me give you the bad news, every car, every truck and every part manufactured in this plant that comes across the border we're going to charge you a 35% tax. [ cheers and applause ] >> donald trump and his supporters made it clear today they have no idea that the power to tax or set tariffs does not reside in the presidency. writing tax law or tariff law is exclusively the job of congress. team trump also doesn't seem to understand that what he's talking about there is actually a tariff and not a tax. but the president of ford knows all of that. so when president trump hangs up that phone, the president of ford would do absolutely nothing. but inside the trump ignorance
bubble, here's what they think would happen. >> the head of ford will call me back, i would say within an hour after i told him the bad news, but it could be he'd want to be cool and wait until the next day. they want to be a little cool. and he'll say, please, please, please -- he'll beg for a little while and i'll say no interest and then he'll call all sorts of political people and i'll say sorry, fellas no, interest and i will get a call the next day from the head of ford and he will say please consider and i'll say no and he will say we decided to move the plant back to the united states. that's it. >> join joe, i have to go to you first, what's the trump record in the past in committing to presidential campaigns,
officially, and where does he stand now as an official candidate and what does he have to do to become an official candidate? >> sure. good question. for starters, he certainly made noise about potentially running for president before. in the past, though, he always stopped short of the two-part test you mentioned a couple of minutes ago. the standard for becoming a candidate, as a matter of law, is that you describe yourself and take actions officially as a candidate. you announce, as he did, for example, i'm running for president. combined with raising or spending more than $5,000. so in the past, i don't believe he's qualified in both parts of that test. i don't think he officially said he was running or raised the amount -- or spent the amount of money but by traveling to iowa this afternoon and maybe in the past if he had testing the waters expenses that would count against the $5,000 threshold meaning combined with the statements today he is a candidate for president right now. >> the first thing he has to do is file an fec form 2 and he has
10, 15 days to do that. >> 15 days from today. that's -- it begins with the statement of candidacy, which he will use to name the committee he will have to raise and spend the money he'll spend as a candidate. ten days after that committee is named, it has to file its own statement of organization to name a treasure and describe the process by which it will disclose its expenses. >> when does he have to file the personal financial disclosure is triggered today. it attaches when you become a candidate under the campaign act. it gives you 30 days. regulations allow for two separate 45-day extensions. i think in his announcement he said he will not seek extensions. he seems to have taken time to prepare for this and indicated it would be filed within the 30-day period. that should be following
shortly. >> i want to point out the fee for late filing because we have to consider this for donald. the fine for late filing is $200. hunter walker, you have been talking to the trump campaign about how they will comply with this paperwork. have they promised anything? >> he said on stage, as joseph was pointing out, he's going to do, this and file the necessary paperwork within the time frame. far what we have is a single-page document. >> glossy photo, the most expensive paper he could put it on. >> donald trump would have no less than the finest paper available. >> no one taking credit for this. >> this is a simple document right now. it details an alleged $8.7 billion net worth. there's no information about how they got to that figure other than saying, $1.7 billion in
commercial real estate but not how the real estate was valued. >> joe birkenstock, one more question about financial disclosure. we're not going to discover his assets are because you have to give a range and above a certain number it is guess work, right? >> that's basically correct. the form in the instructions they make this intended as a net worth statement or certified financial statement. it is not a financial document of that kind. that said, though, it requires him to list the sources of his income and assets like down to the particular entity level. it's an odd slice. a lot more detailed. >> doesn't he have to actually specify his paycheck? isn't that the spot where it is a specific number? >> the income amounts are also named in ranges. there are some peculiar kinds of income that have to be specified with more particularly but i think the income sections, as well, are checking off boxes in
rough thousand dollar, four to five-digit ranges. >> steve schmitt, we here at the last word are cheering for donald to fill out the paperwork and go all the way on this thing and if he needs help with the paperwork we will be there. i assume republicans are greeting this as a great day for the party. >> i tried to keep a straight face. >> couple of things. donald trump is an iconic american figure. if you look perspectively forward, what they are going to say about donald trump in his obituary, he's been on the stage since the early '80s. in the fourth decade. no one like him in the country of 350 million people and you watch the speech today and we laugh about it and i'm sitting here laughing outloud for the entire front part of the show as we talk about it, but what he is saying is what millions of americans are shouting at their tv screens in their living rooms
every night. he's going to tap in to a vein. he's fantastically entertaining. there's a populous energy on the right and left. you see it on the import/export bank, the trade agreement that will shortly be going down. he's going to be an interesting presence in the race. the things he was saying about the professional politicians, former chief executives of states, the united states senators, he's going to be on the debate stage. may not be in the first one but he will be in one of them and probably more than one of them and he's going to make an impact in this race. we should remember on the republican side, i was a state that pat robertson won. not a state that will necessarily predict who the next nominee or president will be on the republican side but a state that can send a powerful message and i think donald trump has
capacity to tap in to the anger and disillusionment that exists in this country in an entertainment way but he will have a political impact on this race. >> i think looking at the republican primary with this many people in it, with have seen ted cruz signal this may go down a delegate count. steve took the words out of my mouth. donald trump has this massive popularity. >> we have to stop the popularity thing. he is the single most unpopular person to declare presidency. somewhere we have the graphic of 59% of republicans -- >> say under no circumstances can steve talk me in to voting for this guy. >> we will all be watching the debate. might be ten, six of them, eight of them up there, everyone who's watching that debate will be
cheering for the next moment that donald trump speaks. for sure. >> i can't argue with that. >> the entertain aspect. >> you are right. >> we crossed a bridge four years ago, sometime in the space between 2008 and 2015. it will certainly intensify as we go forward in to 2016. the fusion of politics with entertainment. on any given night, the greatest reality show on television are going to be these debates. in part it will be the greatest reality show on television because donald trump is there. this is someone who has run a successful television show for many, many years now. >> well -- successful. it has a tiny audience. >> it has a small audience but he has been a presence in the american psyche for a long time. he is a master showman. >> if we talk about his unfavors
which are high and his ratings aren't massive. this is not empire. but, you know, he does have his base. i think what's what you were getting at. the mere fact we are saying he will be on the debate stage that means someone will be pushed out. >> we will have to take a break and i want to talk about the strategy of dealing with trump on the debate stage. which candidates have to do what in relationship to that. thank you for joining us. coming up, more from donald trump, of course. and jeb bush was in this building tonight slow jamming with jimmy fallon. bernie sanders is gaining momentum in a new poll. michelle obama went to a girls' school in london to deliver a powerful message about the need for girls' education worldwide. the beast was as long as the boat. for seven hours, we did battle. until i said... you will not beat...
>> i'm looking forward to hitting the campaign trail and discussing the issues that are important to all americans. and having spirited debates with my fellow republicans about how to solve them. >> you don't want to mess with little jebby because when it comes to debating, he's a master. he's a master debater. [ laughter ] now we're talking about the issues, where do you stand on immigration? >> well, jimmy, we're a nation of immigrants and i believe everyone should have the chance to achieve the american dream and to translate that for all of your spanish speaking viewers. [ speaking spanish ] [ cheers and applause ]
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>> i'm not a fan of jeb bush. the last thing we need is another bush, believe me. >> joining us at the round table steve schmidt and hunter walker are with us. i want to get to the question of what the candidacy means to other republican candidacies on that debate stage. there's going to be fascinating strategizing going on, especially if he continues to hit at certain candidates. >> steve schmidt is a great strategist. he could go to work for trump for three months and retire. he ought to think about that. he is a threat to ted cruz. i think the kinds of folks that will be attracted to trump, particularly the hot button stuff he used to say about the president's birth certificate and all of that are on that end of the party. i think that's a real problem.
i think for jeb bush, it's an opportunity, a risky opportunity but i think he may well take it, which is to take some of the stuff that trump says about mexican immigrants and to really go at him on that and say this is not who republicans are, et cetera. i think it is an opportunity for him, a problem for cruz. i'm not sure how it plays for other people. i agree with what steve said in the first segment which is i think there is a vein for him to tap. he's going to get some serious votes. he can't win, but he can get a lot of votes. >> let's listen to what donald trump said in iowa tonight about jeb bush's campaign announcement, in which of course the first thing donald trump does is criticize the wardrobe choice. let's listen to this. >> i watched jeb bush yesterday. he can't even put on a tie and jacket. he's running for president. think of jeb bush.
so he's totally in favor of common core. terrible. no, no. he wants some bureaucrat in washington that just wants a check to watch over your children in iowa or new hampshire, or new york or california, or wherever. jeb bush is very weak with on immigration. he's weak on immigration. so how do you win if you are weak on immigration, you are in favor of common core and come in to a place like iowa or new hampshire where it all begins or south carolina? how do you win? i don't think you win. >> caitlyn, at the end of the day today, in iowa when he finished everything, the only candidate he repeatedly attacked was jeb bush. >> right. i'm wondering, going back to debate strategy whether these republican kate candidates will try to knock trump out or use him to their advantage. you can see one of these candidates hopping on that rhetoric and going after bush if they perceive him to be the
front runner, someone they need to take down in debates. the other point is having trump in this race, you know, he could be on the debate stage in ohio and the governor, the sitting governor of ohio as it stands now does not make -- does not make that stage in the polls. i'm wondering if there will be irked candidates to out to get him or use it to their advantage. >> let's listen to what donald said about jeb bush's struggle with answering that first campaign question about iraq. >> i mean, you looked at bush. it took him five days to answer the question on iraq. he couldn't answer the question. he didn't know. i said is he intelligent? >> steve, how much of this can jeb take? >> jeb bush will have to be prepared to respond to donald trump, potentially on a debate stage. >> what about before that? can he continue to take hits every day from donald trump?
>> i don't think he necessarily off the debate stage, because they are not next to each over want to be in a debate with donald trump because it diminishes him. he needs to use him as a foil to establish himself as a serious, mature leader in a time of testing at a time of crisis for the country. someone that isn't an entertainer but a serious executive leader. when the candidates get on the stage with donald trump they have to pass a test. the test is if, if they can't handle donald trump in the eyes of republican and independent voters, how can they handle being in a room with vladimir putin. when you look at trump he is a dangerous opponent, unorthodox fighter. he is talking what real people talk like in the bar, down the street after the shift. this is what people are talking about on their front porches. he's tapping in to a real vein. this is not washington talk.
this is not the musings of campaign consultants projected on to the candidate. the dominant political issue in the country to some degree is the total collapse of trust in very nearly every institution in the country. that is what donald trump is tapping in to. it is someone viewed as successful, been on the public stage for a long time. he's seen, i think, by probably a lot of voters as speaking truth to power, being courageous and saying things that are unsaid, bleached out in this culture of political correctness. so a couple of years ago, when he was a candidate or perspective candidate, you and i sat here and said he's never going to run. he was talking about the birth certificate which is a totally made up issue. the issues he's talking about today, every single one of them, there is a bit of a grain of truth to them. he's not making stuff up out of whole cloth. he is not exaggerating.
>> 99%. he was the nixon of the campaign for a while where he said he had a secret plan to defeat isis. the secret plan is now public. listen to how trump is going to get isis. let's listen to this. >> isis is rich. what we should do right now is go blast the hell out of that oil. they are building a hotel in syria. isis is building a hotel. can you believe they are in the hotel business? they are competing with me. they get their money from the oil. they get so much money. kill the oil. >> problem solved, kill the oil? >> right. i mean i've never -- i knew trump was aggressive. i didn't know he was that aggressive about taking out a competitor in the hotel business. you know, i was -- steve is
right he talks like folks in a bar. there's one aspect to that speech today that i think should really scare republicans. i suspect it scares steve, which is what he said about mexicans. mexicans coming over the border. they are rapists. he said these horrible things about immigrants. this is a party that has an enormous problem with the latino vote. mitt romney share dropping down to 27% from over 40% that george w. bush got. to have a candidate like that speaking over and over about immigrants that way, this is going to aggravate a problem the party has. >> here's the thing about the political commentators at the bar, they are all drunk. that's why -- that's why they sound like that. but when they vote, most of them are actually sober. >> here's the manna from heaven if you are jeb bush. >> george w. bush, republicans lost the popular vote in five of
the last six elections. only exception is george w. bush, 46% of the hispanic vote. this gives jeb bush the opportunity to communicate in spanish to latinos and defend the virtues of immigration. >> the specific thing donald trump said about immigrants is not the right people are coming from mexico and that's quite creepy. >> we will take a break there. we have finished the trump discussion. our first official discussion. >> may there be many more. >> that we hope becomes fully official thank you very much. coming up, bernie sanders is closing the gap with hillary clinton in a new poll and police now say they have no leads, none, on tracking the prison escapees in upstate new york who still might be very close to that prison. automotive innovation starts... right here. with a control pad that can read your handwriting, a wide-screen multimedia center, and a head-up display for enhanced
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bernie sanders at 31. it shows joe biden 7%. martin o'malley three. jeb webb one and lincoln chaffey at zero. this is the first suffolk university poll of the democratic field in new hampshire. there's no previous suffolk poll to compare it to but four months ago, an nbc poll of new hampshire voters showed hillary clinton had 69% and bernie sanders at 13%. on the campaign trail, bernie sanders is drawing larger crowds than anyone expected, including bernie sanders. >> people in country are angry. they want real change. they want a government that works for them and not just the billionaire campaign contributors. i've been kind of blown away and very gratified by the kinds of crowds we're getting. >> according to the sanders campaign website with, 4,000 people signed up to attend a town hall event in denver, colorado, this weekend.
joining us from detroit, michigan is emma, the executive director of moveon.org. anna, what do you make of this, what seems like real gain for bernie sanders in new hampshire? >> what you are seeing is enormous crowds, enormous appetite for the message that bernie sanders is bringing. the same movement that funded the campaign for moveon.org and our partners is out there looking for the same message from the candidates getting in the race, bernie sanders, hillary clinton, martin o'malley, lincoln chaffey and others to come. they are looking to know what are you going to do that our democracy is broken and the economy is stacked against regular people. bernie sanders is doing a great job articulating the fact that we have a real problem we need to solve in the democracy and he is tapping in to a movement that just fought the fast track on
the tpp to a stand still in the last week with. we're in the middle of a movement and he is doing a terrific job tapping in to that. and i think you are seeing the candidates forced to respond to that energy, that grassroots energy that is organically out there. fascinating moment in new hampshire and around the country. >> listen to what bernie sanders said about tpp and hillary clinton. >> this ain't a complicated issue. you are for fast track, you are against fast track. this is an issue you can't side step. i think secretary clinton, obviously, has not made her position clear. >> you think she has side stepped this and is waiting for this to go away? >> it's not what i think. it is obvious. you are for or against it. i'm strongly opposed to fast track and the tpp. what is secretary clinton's position? i don't know. >> e.j., bernie sanders does -- never makes an effort to bring
up hillary clinton. that's not his mission. he's always out there talking about his own position. but the questions inevitably come and he does not duck them. >> i think so far he's been very clever about that. he's obviously running against her, but he doesn't want to sound like divisive democrat. he wants democrats, who may want to send a message with their vote, to be comfortable voting for him. i think he's up to 31% in that new hampshire poll because a lot of people who think hillary's going to win. i could vote for her in the end but i like the party to know where i stand and bernie is saying it. the other thing is, there is just a great appeal of mr. smith goes to washington campaign, except mr. smith is a socialist from vermont with a brooklyn accent. there's a very old-fashioned quality to what he is doing. >> caitlyn, go ahead.
>> i agree with that. i think why bernie sanders is rising -- i think there is accessible to his campaign. his events are becoming too big for his campaign staff to handle. they are trying to accommodate more people. i think -- i'm here in new hampshire and people love attending these kinds of events. democrats haven't had a real competitive race in several years, and they want to participate in this process. and i think bernie sanders, at least, and especially in early going, offers that to them. they can go to these events. they can walk in. hillary clinton has had events too but they are more staged, more exclusive and i think bernie sanders is trying to play on that a little bit. >> caitlyn, how much should we discount -- >> lawrence if i could -- >> let me follow up on the new hampshire poll for a second. caitlyn, how much do we discount the new hampshire poll because it is next to vermont, bernie sander's home state.
>> there is a little bit of that but democrats don't like the idea of a corn coronation. i was there at a republican event and talked to a couple of people there and i think democrats here are registering what we're talking about, this kind of craving within the party to have the debate and participate in the process and have that voice heard. sure, it's easy for them to know who bernie sanders is, being from a neighboring state. it's easy for bernie sanders to come to a place like new hampshire but i'm interested in what we will see from him in iowa and whether he can kind of gain momentum. >> caitlyn, could i jump in on that? >> anna, go ahead. >> i think it's not just that bernie is from a neighboring state. i think there is a real -- i agree there is, in fact, a hunger and now we have a genuinely contested primary conversation.
i think some of the crowds are coming from people really feeling inspired by a vision of standing up to big corporations, standing up to armies of corporate lobbyists and people are excited to have a real. are all candidates coming out for expanding social security, coming out for debt-free college for all americans? where are the candidates going to land on how we build a democracy and economy that work for everyone? >> thank you all for joining us tonight. >> good to be with ya. >> thank you. >> thank you. coming up, why darrell issa got kicked out of a meeting of a congressional committee today.
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new york officials tell nbc news, it's been five days since search dogs last picked up the escapees scent a mile from the prison. joyce mitchell was arraigned and held on $220,000 bond. she agreed to be their getaway driver before deciding not to do it at the last minute. joining us now is zeke unger, international bounty hunter with 25 years of experience and 4,000 arrests to the governor going on television and saying we don't know if they are within a short walk of the prison or mexico. is that a helpful thing to say? should that kind of open declaration of we have no idea be publicly said in these situations? >> i don't believe so. i think less is better in this type of circumstance. what we have on the forefront is
a manhunt and peripheral we have a fugitive investigation. you never want to give information that may tip somebody off. you want to keep it close to the breast. >> what is the difference between a manhunt and a fugitive investigation? >> well, typically a manhunt is where the boots on the ground are going after the suspects. the fugitive investigation is usually conducted between seu units. that's where the prison is communicating with detectives, u.s. marshals, boots on the ground, giving them information on where to go and following up leads. the boots on the ground, their job is to search and find the fugitives. the detectives are the ones developing information. >> if they are out there in the wiles of upstate new york what are their survival techniques? in those woods up there, there can't be much by way of possible food sources, can there? >> we don't know how much they
took with them. we don't know if they had anyone aiding and abetting them. one is a former marine with some survival training. you know, these guys could be in a location. they could be out in the rough. it's going to take meticulous searching to find them i believe they are out there and i believe they will successfully be caught. >> what about the high-tech equipment that we can bring to this in the 21st century? aren't there new kinds of equipment that should have made this an easier search? >> there are but it depends on the lifestyle of the individual you are tracking. electronic surveillance is only good if those people are using some form of electrical device. we don't know if they have cell phones. of course i'm sure the government is using some type of satellite imagery and other things that we're not privy to. i'm sure the government has a handle on this. >> there's -- don't they have technology that allows them to pick up heat sensors that you can mind that area of the woods.
we see two heat centers that are presumably human bodies. >> there's thermal images but you need helicopters or a set position to monitor from. i'm sure these things are being used and we're not hearing everything that is being done but i can tell you there's a lot of information being developed rapidly and being looked at by seu units. >> as this wears on in to 11 days, does it become increasingly likely that they are going to be found, or less likely they are going to be found? >> you know, they say if you are going to run you are going to get caught tired. the longer it takes, it intensifies the search but these people will be caught. you know, there's a lot of law enforcement, a lot of different agencies working this. a lot of information being developed quickly and accurately. it just depends on where the manhunt is going to go. are they within the perimeter? we suspect so. if not the investigation will take the manhunt where it has to
go. if you are a gambling man, gamble on the united states government. >> if they are moving on foot, and have been consistently moving on foot, they may be able to pick up if they are 30, 40 miles a day. they would logically head north, wouldn't they? canadian boarder. >> not necessarily, they are diligent in the investigation. if anything i think they are hunkered down somewhere trying to figure out what to do next. you have to remember these men are running for their life right now. it's a serious deal. they are dangerous men. >> zeke unger thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> coming up michelle obama's latest inspirational speech to a group of schoolgirls. this time in london.
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for girls. a school in one of england's poorest areas. she brought the message of the let girls learn program to the girls in london. as she does so well, michelle obama made it personal. >> i'm here because when i look out at all of these young women i see myself. in so many ways, your story is my story. for those of you who may not know much about my background, i grew up in a working-class neighborhood on the south side of chicago, a neighborhood a lot like this one, where people work hard to make ends meet, but where families are tight knit with strong values. my parents told me every day i could do anything, i could grow up to be a doctor, lawyer, scientist, whatever but only if i worked as hard as i could to succeed in school. but despite my efforts, there were still people in my life who told me i was setting my sights too high.
that a girl like me couldn't get in to an elite university. neither of my parents and hardly anyone in my neighborhood went to university. and i wasn't sure my family could afford the tuition. i didn't have anyone to help me study for entrance exams. the fact that i was a girl and that i was black, well, that certainly didn't help things either. i have a feeling that my experience might feel similar or familiar to some of you. maybe you feel like no one's paying attention to you. like you are lost in the shuffle at home or in this huge city, and you wonder whether it's worth it to even aspire to being something great. maybe you read the news and hear what folks are saying about your religion and you wonder if people will ever see beyond your head scarf to who you really are.
instead of being blinded by the fears and misperceptions in their own minds. here's the thing -- with an education from this amazing school, you all have everything, everything you need to rise above all of the noise and fulfill every last one of your dreams. right now there are more than 62 million girls around the world who are not in school. girls whose families don't think they are worthy of an education or they can't afford it. girls who live too far away from the nearest school and have no transportation. girls like ma la la who are assaulted, kidnapped or killed for trying to learn. this isn't just a devastating loss for these girls. it's a devastating loss for all of us who are missing out on their promise.
one of these girls could have the potential to cure cancer or start a business that transforms an industry or become the next president or prime minister who inspires her country. but if she never sets foot in a classroom, chances are she will never discover or fulfill that potential. now today, being back here in london, while looking out at all of your faces, i'm once again filled with the same feeling i had six years ago. i see a room full of business leaders and surgeons and barristers. i see women who are going to win elections and science competitions and arts awards. i see leaders who will inspire folks, not just here but across the country and all around the world. >> michelle obama gets tonight's last word.
trump card. let's play "hardball." good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. it's happened. after four campaigns of promising to enter a presidential campaign, donald trump has made the leap at least into the first debate. the question now splashing from the pool of candidates is what this wave of human push and ego will do. will it swamp the front-runners, those who were already his ready targets. will it displace the nomination with a battle simply to be heard above the donald and all his celebrity driven sturm and drang. will we be able to hear anybody else when the golden light shines on the golden boy from gotham. let's not forget how he's