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>> thanks for watching and sayonara. "hardball" with chris matthews is next. close but no cigar. let's play "hardball." i'm chris matthews. six days from now at 7:00 p.m. eastern, the first state polls will be closing. georgia, kentucky, south carolina, vermont and virginia. today donald trump, hillary clinton and their surrogates jetted out across the country to deliver their closing arguments. >> in florida, trump called hillary crooked is that a liar. >> she is a crooked one.
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crooked hillary clinton. that term has really stuck. has anyone seen crooked hillary clinton today? that will be a great term for a president, right? she has bad judgment, personally i think she is a very unstable person. if you want to know truth. if you've watched her last few speeches over the last few days, she has become totally unhinged. hillary clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency. she shouldn't be allowed to run for the presidency. that's why i say the system is rigged. she shouldn't be allowed to run. did you see her at the end of the debates? folks, she was exhausted. do you know what she did? she immediately went home and went to sleep. >> he has his golden oldies out there again. he spent part of his speech attack the media. here's trump against us. >> another important issue for americans is integrity in journalism. these people are among the most
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dishonest people i've ever met. there is never been anywhere near the media dishonesty like we've seen in this election. >> hillary clinton also going a bit low again, has called trump dangerous and a bully. here she is in las vegas moments ago. >> imagine with me what it would be like to have donald trump sitting in the oval office come next january. someone who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults latinos and african-americans, what would it be like to have that person in the most powerful office in the world? >> with six days to go, where does it stand? a senior adviser to rick santorum's campaign. and eugene is an msnbc political
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analyst. we separate journalists from people who are political and we make them clear here and we will continue. i'm quite proud of that. let's talk about this thing. we all know that there are voters who vote like my parents, like it is going to church them don't ever not vote. they're not the ones, some people vote most of the time, go to church most of the time. what depends on it? >> yes. i am not one of the smart people. i'm a strategist. >> i look at this completely differently. i do think people have to be careful this year. the turnout is a little different. trump does not have an organization to turn people out. he has turned people out to come out and read into it. second of all, none of us
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thought we would be here now. >> in other words, an electoral college race. >> absolutely. if i were hillary clinton's campaign, all along she was getting votes of people who still didn't like her because they didn't see donald trump as a viable alternative. now as the polls close, huh, maybe it is all right to vote for donald trump. >> do you zbra had he that the numbers themselves justify it. he must be okay. it is the 47% for this guy. >> i think we see a lower early voting among african-americans in some states and we see the enthusiasm gap. we see women also. >> look, i know trump voters. i know trump voters and they would like to vote ten times for trump and some would like to vote half the time for hillary.
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i think there's a fanatacism. >> i think the problem he faces is the math is still very bad. the problem for her is that we're talking about states -- >> are you worried about that? >> i'm not saying that. >> you're grimacing. >> all i see is michigan falling. i don't see pennsylvania falling. i think those are stronger states. they're already counting on a lower african-american vote as 2012. if it was as high. >> we have the spaeng voters coming out in higher number. whose hand would you rather may?
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i would rather play that. >> anybody here think it is up in the air? >> i absolutely do. i think pennsylvania and north carolina are the key to this. >> i agree. with you. so if we watch -- well, i don't knowy keep saying twhefl won't know at 7:00. apparently north carolina didn't come in until almost 11:00. we'll to have wait a while. which is good. we have a slew of new polls. here they are. donald trump leads by 5 points. he seems to be building a strong argument in ohio. he is ahead by 5 in arizona. he is up by 6 in nevada. and he has a 9-point lead in georgia which is now safely republican again. all according to the emerson college poll. hillary clinton is up by 2 points in florida. she is up 3 points in colorado. 3 in north carolina. she is ahead by 4 points in pennsylvania. that's down according to two
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different polls. and she leads by 6 points. that's according to the poll which is considered a gold standard. so it seems to me that it comes to the same thing that most of us have been watching. it is a boring word with you it is real. north carolina for whatever reason doesn't like trump. young people, college educated people. an advanced university system there. people are educated. women, african-americans. that state has just turned against them. pennsylvania has never turned toward them. >> he has no pathway there without florida. the issue for him as well. i don't think anyone who went through breaks, are we really underpolling? we always think we underpoll trumpful are we underpolling
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disenfranchisement? >> but there is no -- >> no new registration of white -- >> we haven't seen any signs of this hidden trump vote here will suddenly appear today. i would argue it is just as likely that there would be a hidden hillary clinton voter. after all, she supposedly is healthy and compromised. it is not ethical to say you're for hillary clinton either. >> one can imagine, well, actually -- in the last week of the 2012 election, there were polls had mitt romney a little bit ahead. pennsylvania, president obama was up by 4. he ended winning it by 6. so this doesn't look that weird for the democrats. >> let me ask you a basic
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question. going through my head like i've been doing this. thinking back 20, 30 elections. it seems when there's a close election, nixon, kennedy, humphrey/nix honor carter/ford. the last decision making of the weekend tends to go back toward the incumbent. a safer, you tend to go, oh! it went toward gore, i think. what do you think? is the tendency of that last block to go to the safer hillary or the wilder trump? >> i would hesitate on predict that this year because i could see last-minute voters saying, what the hell he? however, i don't think there are a the love last minute deciders. >> do they vote? >> i think the comey letter. even if it doesn't change any
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votes, the entire narrative has shifted. we would be talking about how big the narrative is. >> the last-minute deciders, the once who don't read the paper every day. when you have to make a decision, that forces a new reality. you'll make a decision because you have to. how will they break? >> i think last time whether you liked president obama or not, he had a vision and a message and people could say, i like a lot of things he's saying. hillary clinton never set that stage. she never had a plus message. it was just donald trump is a risk. what has happened in the closing days, people think this race is ugly. i might as well go with the guy who is a shot. >> do you think it works? go ahead. investigate hillary. she'll probably be impeached and that defress liberal voter. >> we'll see, negative campaigning historically does
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depress turnout. so if you're just dour and angry all the time, that tends to make people not eager. you say it is rigged. >> i know someone who is not dour. president obama. he is the happiest campaigner since hubert humphrey. he said to chapel hill, and the election depends on the universe, he said, the universe depends on how north carolina votes. >> all the progress we've made over the last eight years, all the progress we hope to make over the next eight years, all of that goes out the window if we don't win this election. i hate to put pressure on you with you the fate of the republic rests on your shoulders. the fate of the world is teetering and you, north carolina, are going to have to make sure that we push it in the
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right direction. >> so all three of you. would he be both of these characters? >> easily. one thing we've learned is barack obama is consensus unanimous first ballot hall of fame in running for president. he is as good as it gets. he knows how to do this. he knows how to fire up a crowd. meanwhile, he built that democratic machine that is turning out the early vote now and that will be turning out the vote on tuesday. >> but they don't have the excitement for her. you saw the joy on the faces when he's talking. you do not see that behind hillary clinton. >> you see it on some women. women my age and younger. >> in the last week, since comey, they got a little distracted. >> he goes low, we go high?
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>> what she hand done is make her closing arguments with the same message that he has made. yes it couldn't get more bindery. and here's a message of hope. >> by the way, she wrote a great speech shelf wrote it herself at the ends. cuomo always said is leave people with hope. you said that. >> thanks. coming up, after the sights and sounds of the candidates and their closing arguments, what is the fight for 270 votes really look like right now? we'll get the latest battleground map to show you. hillary clinton is looking to make inroads. they're both working the edges. plus, the latest installment of the series on the battle for the
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the polls are all saying we're going to win florida. don't believe it. pretend we're slightly behind. >> we cannot take anything, anybody, anywhere for granted. are you ready to work hard and win this election? that's trump and hillary clinton motivating voters to get to the polls on election day. when it comes to the margin of victory, you look at the state at the electoral map could come as a reality check to the supporters of both candidates. trump needs more than he's got and clinton's lead is more fragile than it looks. the map still shows hillary clinton with more than 270 electoral votes but her advantage has faded over the last week. new hampshire and north carolina which leaned toward clinton have moved into the toss-up category. while the states of georgia and iowa are both leaning toward trump. according to real clear politics, if the results max the real clear maxx on all the swing
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state polls, hillary clinton would win the election by only 3 electoral votes. even in that hypothetical scenario, trump would need to pry at least one more state from clinton to win. i'm joined by the co-founder of publisher of real clear politics. as well as the former governor and msnbc analyst. i'm staggered by this map. how do you come to that conclusion that for instance, the north carolina, should belong in the republican column? >> well, north carolina, our map is based, we have a map that includes toss-up states and we have what we call a no toss-up map. >> how do you force a decision? >> whoever is ahead in the average of the polls. so in florida, for example, trump is ahead by less than 1 percentage point on. average, 0.7. north carolina is a dead high. tie. so we defy to the two-way race
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where trump has .2 percentage lead. so it's has the state for now. one poll that shows clinton ahead by a couple points. it could shift back to her column. >> why do you except people voting for johnson or jillstein? >> we don't. the map is based on the four way numbers. >> the fact trump is looking to wisconsin and michigan, these are states that don't normally in a close election vote republican as an alternative route to get around pennsylvania where maybe he's given up. i can't tell. >> i don't think they've given up. they'll be here and pumping adds on tv. but it is a tough stretch for them but not by any means out of the question. if our people think it is a lock, that's what i mean by turnout. if our people vote, we will win
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pennsylvania. i thought the best news is that the marquette poll showed almost no movement from when she was 7 points ahead. it will be 95/5 for hillary. i think michigan will be secure. i'll tell you what. before i brush my teeth, i look at real clear politics. i have respect for what they do. they're wrong on florida. hillary is ahead in the most recent polls. plus the early voting as msnbc had with the william and mary study, the early voting, she's clocking him. i think florida will go for hillary and that will be all she wrote. if hillary wins florida, she could lose wisconsin and michigan and still win. >> he knows his stuff and he said the governor, he said that the, hillary people, they have much better ground game. much better organization. trump has none. they can force their voters out early.
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the trump vote letters come out later. >> that's the theory. >> why do you call florida for trump? >> florida is one of the states we have in a decent amount of polling. we have eight polls in the last seven days. five of them have hillary clinton ahead but only by a point or two. and a couple polls have donald trump up by 4 points. so he is actually leading in the average. we have a decent amount of data. look, it is less than 1% within the margin of error. so that state a coin toss. let's talk about last friday. we know that something happened. the fbi announcement and you were critical of it. it didn't give accurate information. sufficient information for a voter to decide what it means. trump has been able to define it. republicans are all giddy about. this they think this will do something. do you think the governor, that this will get republican excitement out where they could change where they were last week? >> yeah, i think it will produce
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a higher republican turnout. i think last week, at the beginning of last week, there were a lot of the nonfanatical trump voters. 53% are enthusiastic. 47% aren't. that 47% can throw in the towel and not vote. a lot of them not voting. now with the fbi thing making it look like a closer race, i think they're coming at them. that's where they're seeing the trump movement. so i think it is been hurtful. you heard me say, if come dhae thought there would be leaks, maybe did he the right thing sending the letter but he should have sent in the letter. no inference should be taken from this letter. we haven't seen any of the e-mails. we don't know if they're doomly cats or if they pertain to the investigation. no one should take any inference from this letter. >> as a former prosecutor, do you think that comey owes theory and the electorate more information by the end of the week?
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puts up some constraint on what you can speculate out of this? >> yeah. he should stand up and say, one thing i didn't make clear is, it will take us months to go through 650,000 mails. we don't know whether they're duplicates or they pertain to the election. other than newly discovered e-mails. but we don't know any more than that. he should say that. >> let me ask you. we're just talking about the possibility that when people, the governor has this. when you start hearing trump is head to head and you hear he's in the mid 40s. does that give him credibility so the voter may be turned off by his personal behavior over the last the few years. do the numbers move the numbers? >> i think there is a thing as momentum and trump has it right now. and ed is right. >> republican voters are coming home. probably to a certain degree. people want to vote for a winner
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and if trump has momentum and hillary clinton is playing defense, and the other part of this, i think what the fbi letter has done is depress her marginal voters. millennials who liked bernie sanders, looking at the bernie sanders. if they stay home in these swing states. >> maybe it will force hillary to go positive and say something about being a better country and a better president. up next, the battle for senate control. this is fascinating. democrats have a real shot in missouri where the candidate, a veteran of the afghan war, burst on to the scene with an ad showing him a semiwhenning an assault rifle while blind folded. let me talk to you about retirement. a 401(k) is the most sound way to go. let's talk asset allocation. -sure. you seem knowledgeable, professional. would you trust me as your financial advisor? -i would. -i would indeed. well, let's be clear, here.
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for 20 years, he's been protecting the status quo. it has been great for him, his family and his special interests donors. today, he lives in a $1.6 million mansion in washington and only visits missouri when he has to. >> i've been listening to missourians, trying to find solutions. i hope to continue to have a chance to do that. that's what voters get to decide on election day. >> welcome back to "hardball." one race that is far from anybody's radar at the beginning of the year was the missouri senate race. a deep red state where the incumbent, roy blunt is a household name and he's served in congress for about a generation. as donald trump has been across the country, blunt has gotten into the undertow.
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his once democratic possibly, the 35-year-old jason candor, has emerged as the breakout candidate of 2016 across the country. an army veteran who volunteered for a tour of duty in afghanistan grabbed national attention when his ad, in the ad he defends his support for back ground checks while assembling an ar-15 rifle blind folded. let's watch him. >> i'm jason candor. senator blunt has been attacking me on guns. in the army, i learned how to use and respect my rifle. in afghanistan, i volunteered to be an extra gun in a convoy of armored suvs. i supported second amendment rights. i also believe in back ground checks so the terrorists can't get their hands on one of these i approved this message. i would like to see senator blunt do this. >> even though donald trump leads hillary clinton by a whopping 15 points out of
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missouri, the senate race has remained neck in neck for weeks. the latest poll out today shows blunt and kandor tied 45-45. a political reporter out there, and the senior he had tore. i want to start with jennifer here about this race. first of all, there's no mansions in washington, d.c. for $1.5 million. this is a very real estate market. but that sounds good in missouri, i'll sure. >> it sounds like a mansion in missouri. they usually say it is in georgetown, you know, which is pretty posh. yet. universally known. >> is it in georgetown? >> according to the ads, it is in georgetown. we haven't seen an incumbent's house frequently. so, we haven't seen it so much in an ad since 2004 when john thune ran against tom daschle.
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>> what is this thing about? this race? >> this race is really about a democrat who is drafting on to donald trump's message. the anti-insider, anti-establishment, drain the swamp. and roy blunt is a good representation of being a washington insider. >> what has he done wrong? >> i don't know that he's done thing wrong except his wife and three of his children are lobbyists and they're featured in every single ad. >> how does that affect voter uptake? you can tell word lobbyist is never a positive word. >> yes. missouri has had a lot of controversy lately and the lobbyist misdeeds and that sort of thing. so missouri voters already have sort of a dim view of some of this. and then kander, blunt underestimated kander. a lot of people did.
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until that ad. then all of a sudden, things changed really quick. now blunt is underperforming as you mentioned. he is underperforming trump in the state. in fact all the republicans running statewide are underperforming trump. and trump's activists actually will not put their operations in the missouri gop buildings because they want to be separate because they have some independent democrats who they think are with them. blue collar democrats. in the southern suburbs of st. louis. so kander is trying to mark this path. now, the republicans will come in big time in the last few days with a lot of attack ads. some that have his face morphing into hillary clinton's. so it will be interesting to see if he can hold this off. >> it reminded me looking at vice president biden. that's what did he when he was 29 years old. he beat a guy who had been congressman a couple terms, senator a couple terms, beat him
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when he was 29. >> exactly. there's a real generational difference between blunt who is 66, kand here is 35. voters see him as an agent of change. >> are gun owners going to be willing to vote for a guy who says he is not anti-gun? but is for back ground checks? i've always wondered, the nra people, second amendment people, they don't like the back ground thing. they think that is gun control, don't they? >> yes. but here's what he's doing. the democratic candidate for governor, chris cost here is also in a tight race, has been endorsed by the nra. so kander and coster are traveling in a bus around the state snow some ways, he is trying neutralize that by being backed by the nra and to make it more gray.
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it is more complicated than what would look like on the face. >> usually senators are ideologically picked by states. a state like utah can pick a democratic governor once in a while but not a democratic senator. eastern states won't pick republican senators but they'll pick a republican governor once in a while because they like to did i have tied power and they don't mind giving to it a nonideological position. blunt and kander had this debate over guns. >> now, senator blunt is about to talk to you about his rating and mine. i would happily put my badge up against a political rating any day of the week. i fundamentally believe there is no conflict between being a supporter of the second amendment and one of the ways to protect the second amendment is to make sure that terrorists and criminals don't have the same access to guns that you and i have. >> apparently he wants to be able to have a gun but not
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nearly as concerned about whether other people can have guns or not. he got an f from the nra in the assembly. not easily done. so he can stand here and say i'm a defender of the second amendment but nobody who watches these issues believes that to be the case. >> is it possible trump can carry it comfortably ask kander can also win? >> it's possible. all you have to do is look at 2012. romney carried about it 12 points. claire mccass kell carried it as well. >> yes. >> i can actually see it. absolutely. >> people are voting anti-establishment this year. a pro. nice to meet you. thanks for coming. up next, trump and his allies are sounding the alarm if hillary clinton wins, there will be investigations, trials,
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with less than a week now, only six days until the election of 2016. donald trump is pushing forward with his closing argument. much of that argument is full of doom and gloom. should hillary clinton be elected president? watch how he is working the crowd to stay home, i think. >> she's unfit and unqualified to be the president of the united states. and her election would meyer o government and our country in a constitutional crisis that we cannot afford. >> an idea, a popular one, picked up by fellow republicans down the ticket. senator ron johnson said that hillary clinton could be
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impeached and newt gingrich said the hillary clinton presidency would be very much like 1998 when we impeached bill clinton. of course, newt was busy at that time. earlier today, president obama took those republicans to task. >> you've got some republicans in congress who are already suggesting they will impeach hillary. she hasn't even been elected yet. it doesn't matter what evidence. they'll find something. that's what they're saying already. how does our democracy function like that? >> chapel hill, the southern part of heaven. from bloomberg business week, and ann garrett, and clarence page. with the "chicago tribune." >> you first, ann. what is trump up to when he's saying, she may win but if she wins it will be a disaster.
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>> yeah. he's doing two things. he is absolutely throwing red meat to the crowd that's in front of him and helping really energize down ballot. making republicans, giving republicans something to cheer for. and change the subject. the other thing he's doing is invoking for anyone else listening, every kind of ick factor about the clintons that makes, that could poe essentially make waivering democrats, or republicans turned off by trump and were interesting clinton, not consider her anymore. >> i think that's right. >> is it to get the votes to change or tonight show up? >> not to show up. he's saying if you're in early voting states, technically you can change your ballot. >> i don't think he will get a lot of those. >> if you look at what he's doing, it is not just on the campaign stage. it is a three-pronged effort to
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go out and specifically depress the votes of black voters, liberals -- >> the look of the guile of i think the question is, he said if you vote wisconsin, get two more tries. one of those houses. you can get out of in it 24 hours. is he saying to people, take back your ballot and rip it up? we don't want you to vote at all. >>? four states where you can do that any way. trump has been very good at giving out false information by the way. a woman who tried to vote twice. she thought it was legal. >> i think he's -- >> in wisconsin, he's right. >> look how much the vote is baked in right now. >> yeah. the 7 to 10% that keeps floating
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out there. some of it will vote for gary johnson. a lot. it is floating out there. >> trump is banking on the lack of enthusiasm. >> your thoughts. >> i think it is more like 5 or 7. you can keep the hillary voters on the couch. that's a win for trump. >> it still ends up being an advantage. >> can she stop republicans? i think they're energized. they just love the comey report. they're all thrilled. >> they're filtering out all the, by the ways, like we don't know that any e-mail came from hillary clinton, for example. >> they seem to give them hope and they didn't have it. >> trump has been doing a very good job of using it for that
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purpose. he's also been making stuff up and he says, he fills in the blanks. they said, when he goes low, we'll go high. they're both going low. why will the next week just be crap? i'm sorry to use the word but i think it will reduce voters. even the president said today, evener politicians get tired of politics. >> the one thing about hillary, she has trouble inspiring people. it is easy to talk politics when you're up 10 points. but her best narrative is to remind people what they don't like about donald trump. >> so back into the stats that have worked against him and assume the voters now pay attention and haven't heard that or have forgotten it.
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>> i think the voters have about a three-day attention span. if you don't have something new, it all starts over again. >> well, yeah. they've recycled the same 18 crazy things that trump said. they've been using the same stuff. >> making fun of people's behavior. >> the kids watching television and now saying, what are we telling our kids? >> one other thing. >> there has been no new trump scandal in six, seven days. that's an eternity. >> clarence? i have a theory. and what we do. i've noticed whenever there's a week or two of nothing bad. it goes back to 50/50. >> except trump hasn't gotten 50
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yet. this is a big bloc of voters that he hasn't penetrated or been able to hold very long. that's what hillary is banking on. that he is unreliable. >> so she's a safer bet. >> yep. >> the round table is sticking with us. this is "hardball," the place for politics. ... but i keep it growing by making every dollar count. that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. with it, i earn unlimited 2% cash back on all of my purchasing. and that unlimited 2% cash back from spark means thousands of dollars each year going back into my business... which adds fuel to my bottom line. what's in your wallet? from the creative galaxy in my idea box. would you help me make art? ♪ each one of our journeys
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we're back with the "hardball" roundtable. tell me something i don't know. >> all the focus on the swing states thatty with didn't expect that trump is visiting. talked to a senior official on the campaign he said we're focused on miami-dade county florida. the most important county in the country fours. could likely decide florida. florida decides the election for us. >> cubans, jewish voters, a mixed meringue down there. >> hispanihispanic. >> there's been a resurrection on the hillary clinton plane in the last week. felipe reigns, a man with many
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enemies has been on the plane dwight. this is after more than a year of being essentially banished from public view as a way to show that this campaign would not be like 2008 with the drama. >> they needed him. >> they needed him and he was outted by the podesta e-mails. just at arm's length. >> democrat stan greenberg and republican pollster whip ayers got together hired by respectability disability -- well, pro disability organization. and the poll found that over half of american voters have -- either have disabilities or have a disabled person in the family. and they and voters in general overwhelmingly in favor of politicians who will pass some -- >> a bob dole issue, too. not a trump issue by any means. >> by any means.
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election diary wednesday, november 2nd, 2016. six days till the election i find it important how close this election is drawing. not close enough for donald trump to win, i remain convinced, but enough for the ruling class to pay attention. by that i mean the people who think they have it all together and think the regular people out there should leave them to run
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the show, letting them continue to alternate democrats and republican, one party replacing the other in the revolving door of routine establishment politics. if this lekz is close, if donald trump carries ohio and florida, if he comes within a couple of states of winning the presidency, if someone carrying his trainload of baggage is able to seriously challenge someone with hillary clinton's resume, it's an election for the record books. the people of this country will have spoken very loudly, so loudly even a deeply flawed candidate like trump gets hoisted up all the way to the finish line. if he can get enough votes in the mid-40% that means he could have won this thing without all that baggage he's accumulated. if he could manage in one year of campaigning to get close to winning after all those years of behaving like he did, it tells you something about the power of his message. i believe he was on to something in this race. i believe that half the people in this country maybe more have had it with establishment elite politics. they're tired the of the same best and brightest who took us into vietnam, went for broke there and then come back to take
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us into afghanistan and iraq and libya and syria and god knows what next desert war. they're tired of watching whole wastelands of this country where manufacturing once was king or the government to establish an honest immigration policy all americans would be proud to see work. they're tired of the elite failing to make decisions and dump everything on the working people. the ilconceived wars, the global economics that destroys so many local economies an immigration flow that affects where working people live leaves the lee leet to live where it has the least possible impact. if trump comes close and gets a popular vote in the mid-40s p the ruling class ought to note the percent he got not the percent i had came short. because that could soon be looking angrier and for a leader, even stronger. and that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in" with chris hayes starts right now. tonight on "all in" -- >> we're almost at the end. >> six days out, a campaign
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frenzy. >> but we're really at the end of the beginning, if you think about it. >> tonight inside the new blue state polling that's looking pretty good for democrats. >> the fate of the republic rests on your shoulders. >> as the president drills home the stakes and takes on his own fbi. >> we don't operate on innuendo. >> then the latest on what appears to be a politically motivated church burning in mississippi. why white nationalalists are declaring victory even if donald trump loses and new pictures of donald trump with a mobster he said he didn't know. when "all in" starts right now. >> good evening from new york. i'm chris hayes with just six days now until election day, hillary clinton continues to lead in the latest polls, but the race is close. she's ahead of donald trump by 3 1/2 points nationally according to the fivethirtyeight polling average. 46% to