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     george w bush. one of the costs of that has been that us government debt has nearly doubled from $10 trillion to $20 trillion. from new york michelle fleury sent this report.
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     bing bing star shooting everybody. so the press has to be responsible. they're not being responsible because we are losing a lot of people because of the internet. we have to do something. we have to go see bill gates and a lot of different people that really understand what is happening. we have to talk to them, maybe in certain areas, closing the internet up in some way. some of you will say, "freedom of speech, freedom of speech." these are foolish people. we have a lot of polish people. we have a lot of polish people. we have got to maybe do something with the internet because they are recruiting people by the thousands. they're leaving our country. them with a back, we take them back. "oh, come back. where were you ?" "i was fighting for isis." go back. when they leave our country and go to fight for isis, they never come back. they never can come back. they can never come ever, ever come back. it's over. how about that? another become radicalized. they're totally radicalized. how about the woman, she was in pakistan that saudi arabia, she comes in on an engagement deal. and she radicalized the guy, probably a guy who couldn't get women. i don't know what the hell's problem -- probably the first woman he's ever had. i don't know what was going on, but he became radicalized quickly. he becomes radicalized and then they go on a spree. folks those days are over. , those days are over. we have to be tough and we have to be smart. we have to be vigilant. mosqueshave to look at respect mosques, but yes -- we have to look at mosques. we have no choice. web to see what is happening because something is happening in their -- man, there is anger.
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     it almost looks like he has buyer's remorse. like he shouldn't have made the deal. >> you made a lot of headlines with russia this week. what is your relationship with vladimir putin? >> i have no relationship with putin. i have no relationship with putin. >> but if you have no relationship with putin, why did you say in 2013, i do have a relationship? in 2014, i spoke -- >> because he's said nice things about me over the years. many years ago, he said something very nice about me. i said something good about him when larry king was on. this was a long time ago. and i said, he is a tough cookie or something to that effect. he said something nice about me. this has been going on. we did "60 minutes" together. by the way, not together together. meaning he was probably shot in moscow. >> he was in moscow. >> i was in new york. >> here's the thing. >> just so you understand. he said very nice things about me. but i have no relationship with him. >> yet you said for three years, '13, '14, and '15, you did have a relationship with him. >> what do you call a relationship? >> i'm asking you. >> i have no relationship with putin. i don't think i ever met him. i never met him. >> you would know it if you did. >> i think so. if he's in the same room, i don't think so. i've been to moscow. >> never spoken to him on the phone? >> i didn't meet him in moscow. where? >> never spoken to him on the phone? >> i have never spoken to him on the phone, no. i've spoken -- when we had the miss universe contest a number of years ago. we had miss universe in the moscow area. he was invited. he wanted to come. he wasn't able to come. that would have been a time i would have met him. >> i just want to clear this up. you did say on three different occasions that you had a relationship with him. now you say there is not. >> i don't know what it means by having a relationship. he was saying good things about me. i didn't meet him. i haven't spent time with him. i didn't have dinner with him. i didn't go hiking with him. i don't know him --
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     to promote his family business interests. now, they have since taken this down, but the very first thing they built online after the election, the very first thing they built online for president-elect trump was this meet the president-elect webpage on the transition website that was provided to the trump folks by the federal government. it's a dot-gov website, something you and i pay for. what they put up was an exhaustive list of all of the, quote, world's top properties that donald trump owns including the world renowned fifth avenue skyscraper trump tower, plus trump park, trump tower, on and on. wait, act now and we'll send you some knives. in addition to properties that occupy the manhattan skyline, mr. trump also owns many of the premier golf clubs around the world, trump national golf club in westchester new york, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. that advertisement for trump properties, that was the very first thing they put up day one on the very first federal government website they had access to. advertisements for trump properties and golf courses. that is not like some threat that the president-elect might use his new office to enrich himself. that's him doing it. that's him using the resources of the federal government to promote the personal business interests of one very important federal office holder. as i've said, they've since taken that down, but we've got it on record because of the way back machine. because the internet archive grabbed it and saved that and will not let it be disappeared. thank god for them. and tonight i can report they are moving to canada. the internet archive, the people who run the way back machine as well as lots of other free archives and resources, i mean, the way back machine alones s h
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     they decided they better go away. we can see that because this is an old version of their website from before they took it down and tried to disappear it from memory. and these screen shots of their old website were taken by the way back machine. by the internet archive, which is a nonprofit based in san francisco that's been around since 1996. the way back machine. it is a national treasure. it's an international treasure. we've used it hundreds, probably thousands of times in the preparation of this show. any time somebody tries to make something go away, that's the first place you look to see if you can find it, despite the efforts of the person that tried to disappear that information. it's always the first place you go. just take stuff in current news right now, i can give you a whole bunch of stories that we've got cooking right now, stuff that's going on in the current news cycle that we really only know about because of the way back machine. that's how we know, for example, that when the vice president-elect first ran for congress he ran on a platform that the government should take back all the money it was spending to combat hiv and aids and the government should instead spend that money on curing people from being gay. quote, resources should be
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     said the same thing, the "new york times" reporting it on the front page, that saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction and, indeed, told his own generals that he did, and the generals disseminated that information. so, to me, all the evidence says that president bush the younger did not lie. maybe made a mistake, did not lie. >> okay. >> you want to backtrack on that statement? >> no, i don't want to backtrack. i didn't say lie. i said he may have lied. i don'tsaepo know. did he really believe there were weapons of mass destruction. >> i think he did. >> i know that when his father went in and his father actually did something pretty good because he pulled back. he didn't get into the trap. but i know that saddam hussein was taunting the father. you know, the americans, they were not, you know, they were cowards. he was saying all sorts of things because of the fact intelligently they pulled back and i know that, you know, you know, also, that the son loves the father and i think he felt very hurt by and it he didn't like him.
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     majority of americans, senator inhofe he used a snowball to debunk littleberal science. >> we've been hearing that 2014 has been the warmest year on record. do you know what this is? it's a snowball just from outside here, so it's very very cold out. mr. president, catch this. >> anna holmes is back. joining us now is seton smith and former governor of vermont, howard dean. james inhofe is packing snowballs on capitol hill to debunk liberal science. your reaction? >> i don't think people take chairman inhofe seriously anymore and that's i guess my reaction. >> if he's the chair of his senate committee tasked with
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     i have a great relationship with the people and the evangelicals and the tea party. no, we're looking to do very well. february 1st we start. theory if you lose iowa, it all spirals down.
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     the release of those american prisoners from iran. so, we have some news, four american hostages including you said that was never going to happen, you blamed obama, ready to give him credit? >> absolutely not.
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     they're pouring in and they're doing tremendous dangerous, if you look at the crime and the economy. the real number in terms of real number, it's over 20%. it could be over 25%. because people look for jobs, they give up and the real number is a disaster. and if you think 25,000 people come to my rallies because we're doing well, the reason they're coming to my rallies because the country is doing poorly that includes the economy. the stock market. >> final question, martin luther king day, what do you say to african-americans who believe his dream hasn't achieved in this country. >> i believe with them. we have an african-american president, the african-american youth has essentially never done worse. you look at the unemployment in the '50s, you look at african-american people that are
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     minutes. as you know, it is graduation season. for one student the journey to a degree and new life began with a chance encounter with a bay area actress. >> it was in africa at a small village. here's the story. >> one of the great mysteries of life. some call it kiz met, some happenstance. >> one chance one goal. >> it was in the an urban klumslum in africa. the challenges included hills of garbage, sewage running in the streets and as he knew all too well few opportunities for education. >> makes it difficult for you to aspire to do good stuff. >> even in his small world, he carried big dreams of becoming an actor. maybe even one day going to university. >> my dreams are always bathed in hollywood. >> then one day, hollywood came here he got a bit part in a film called lost in africa partially shot in his slum. on the film set, he struck up a friendship with the starve the film a veteran of movies like gladiator. >> obviously, immediately, likeable. when i asked him, you know what his plans were for the future he just had that one dream of going to college. and i said i would see what i could do. >> she was moved by the intense poverty she witnessed, the slivers of human spirit shining beneath the filth. she founded the human needs project, as well as the road to freedom scholarship to put the children through school. then she made good on her promise to him. helping him get a scholarship to dough minian university and bringing him to live in her tiburon home. >> sitting right next to the stereo that his mom sold so he could get his exam. >> most of my classes are in there. >> he took opportunity and devoured it. he made the dean's list for four years. started a radio show founded a campus soccer club became a student ambassador vice president and worked his way through five internships. >> just from a boy living in the slum to go to the united states. no matter where you're from you drink the valley. >> this year on the graduation day, it was nielsen who took the stage. >> it is with pride i introduce my -- >> four years ago, i left my family, my friends culture and everything else in africa just
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     withed, carl, jake, and myself spoke to more than a dozen high ranking u.s. officials with knowledge of these briefings, not named because of the classified nature of the information but not coming from the ether but senior and knowledgeable sources. >> let's say they didn't discuss it, benefit of the doubt, shouldn't you read the entire report? >> for sure, that's what briefing is about. president gets daily briefing every day on threats to the country. gets a document or president obama got on ipad, get a document electronic or print and conversation for follow-up questions, greater detail on the issues contained in the written report. written materials are essential part of that briefing. >> carl, i don't know if you or jim can better answer this question. why didn't intelligence
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     director and nsa director. also included allegations that there was continuing exchange of information during the campaign between trump surrogates and intermediaries for the russian government. according to two officials. cnn confirmed the synopsis was in the documents presented to mr. trump, can't confirm if in addition it was discussed with the intelligence chiefs. transition team we've reached out to many times declined to comment. but donald trump himself tweeted out what we presume is response to it, saying fake news and political witch hunt. >> fake news becoming a trend. here's how kellyanne conway responded. >> guess what hasn't happened seth, nobody has sourced it. all unnamed, unspoken sources and story says it was based on russian investigator to begin
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     [ laughter ] >> i've adopted a new year's resolution. i'm going to let him live in his alternative reality, and i'm not going to respond. >> all right, here to respond is the man himself, 2016 republican presidential candidate, donald trump. mr. trump, good to see you. >> hello, sean. >> happy new year. all right. number one. >> you too, happy new year. >> how long do you think that new year's resolution is going to last? and how would you describe your
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     year-old sofia. she was born with a muscular skeletal condition where her joints get stuck. >> there are rubber bands that will aattach that will assist her to bend her arm. >> reporter: to help sofia's arm bend a member of the biomedical team tailors it arm with input from her occupational therapist. >> push it in this way. >> reporter: these are examples of the xo arm. it takes 15 to 20 hours to print one of them. they're generated on 3-d printers. the equipment funded by grants and donations so the children get their one-of-a- kind devices for free. it beats the alternative: expensive one-size-fits-all arm supports. >> they're bigger, bulky, made out of metal. >> reporter: five-year-old noel guyasa has been using the light-weight xo arm for a year. >> what do you like to grab? . >> . >> reporter: and the biomedical program hops to give more children a helping
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     ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, combing your hair. feeding yourself. they're things mof us do without thinking twic but sharon chin shows us: se bay area children are doing these things by themselves r the first time.. thanks to a unique program giving them a "helping hand 9 year old cece has transvee >>> itch your nose. >> reporter: nine-year-old stacy has transfer mylitis, a poll owe-like illness. her occupational therapist said sia needs help lifting her arms >> she was reliant on everyone else to wipe her nose, feed her, give her a
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     unlike tesla's model 3, they are here right now with very little waiting. >> right now we've sold over 25 of them. we have about another 125 people that are on the waiting list but we have over 30 vehicles in the next six weeks that are going to meet that demand. >> what did other drivers think? this driver already has the bmw all-electric. >> i think it backs up quite well. i wish it were a little bit bigger for a family car, but i think in that sense it's similar to the i-3. >> i think it's just great, he is special the extended range. it is going to be a great car. it rides nice. it's incredibly quiet. >> reporter: as each year passes more cars with all kinds of fuel options will fill show roossments many say that solar, still in its infan see, will never get to the level of commercial cars. the same thing they said about battery technology, the same thing they sandy bout fuel cells. and now they are on the
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     are here right now with very little waiting. >> right now we've sold over 25 of them. we have about another 125 people that are on the waiting list but we have over 30 vehicles in the next six weeks that are going to meet that demand. >> what did other drivers think? this driver already has the bmw all-electric. >> i think it backs up quite well. i wish it were a little bit bigger for a family car, but i think in that sense it's similar to the i-3. >> i think it's just great, he is special the extended range. it is going to be a great car. it rides nice. it's incredibly quiet. >> reporter: as each year passes more cars with all kinds of fuel options will fill show roossments many say that solar, still in its infan see, will never get to the level of commercial cars. the same thing they said about battery technology, the same thing they sandy bout fuel cells. and now they are on the
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     how does that help us, right? where is that gjgood? it's not. so i would say, congratulations, that's the good news. let me give you the bad news. every car and every truck and every part manufactured in this plant that comes across thexérñ border we're going to charge you a 35% tax. okay? and that tax is going to be paid simultaneously with the transaction, and that's it. now, here is what is going to happen. if it's not me in the position, it's one of these politicians that we are running against the 400 people that we are dealing with and they are not so stupid and they know it's not a good thing, and they may be upset about it, and then they are going to get a call from the donors or probably the lobbyist for ford and say you can't do that to ford because ford takes care of me and i take care of you, and you can't do that to
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     he did so in a four-hole playoff, closed at 6-under with a 66. jordan spieth will get another shot but american wins the british. i'm shepard smith in new york. see you back here if news breaks out. >>> all right. it is not signed it not remotely delivered and right now a big pow-wow in new york city aimed at ending in and fast. we're talking bet the iran deal that now has the like outside john mccain, lindsey graham and joe lieberman all against this deal, saying that it sets a trap for us and for the world. now, they are meeting in new york city at something called the three west club, few blocks from here, and they're going to iron out really what is their big problem with this deal. but suffice to say that the division is growing amid report at that time after the united nations security council unanimously approved the deal to secretary of tate john kerry that is and it they take precedence over congress. if that is true that is news to scott brown, who joins us now to react to this. senator, what do you make of this? not only this growing discord about the deal, but the fact that john kerry is saying, the discord doesn't matter, the u.n. has unanimously approved it or the security council has shut up. what do you think? >> well, john kerry always been a big u.n. supporter. i depth agree with him. i abide by the united states constitution and the law as put forth by this country north by the united nations. that's number one. number two neil, we spoke about three or four months ago and i indicated, listen, lease going to do a deal any deal. he needs foreign policy and it will be a bad deal. this is a bad deal. and you know what chuck how manier and others will do? they'll wait until the very end and see how many of their colleagues break until there's enough to actually sustain -- to override the veto and then he is
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     >> i was was saying migaratory wrong. "closing bell" is coming up next. elon musk interview, do not miss. >>> hi, everybody. welcome to the "closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo coming from the schwab impact conference in washington. financial advisers are watching this market closely as there is word the federal reserve could, in fact, taper as soon as next month. bill, what are the odds? >> yeah, well, we've heard it from a super dove, which was very interesting development there. we'll talk about that, maria. i'm bill griffeth at the new york stock exchange. atlanta fed president dennis lockhart said it's possible, it's on the table, that they could begin the tapering process as early as december meeting. that's earlier than the market anticipated but we'll talk about that in a little bit coming up here. >> i wonder if that puts on question their decision not to taper in september. we haven't had that much great that date. we're talking about one month. lots to talk about in terms of the fed and what the implications would be there. we also have a very special first on cnbc interview coming up. chairman and ceo of enter continental exchange, better known as i.c.e., jeff sprecher. he made comments about the markets being stacked against the small investor. we'll talk about that as well as the closing of the nyc deal. what happened to the floor? let's to talk about coming up. >> on the floor here at the new
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     see all the evidence that you can compile that shows that your party is racist. >> if i show you that will you concede the point? >> bill: i have to see what that evidence is. marc lamont hill says he has proof, proof that the tea party has a racist agenda. >> i will bring all the evidence you need. >> bill: caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. stunning new poll on politics in the media that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. survey done by politico and george washington university asked 1,000 likely voters about the current state of politics and the media in the u.s.a. the results may surprise you. first, 45% strongly disapprove of the job president obama is doing. 35% strongly approve. but personally, this situation is reverse. 47% of likely voters say they
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     [panting] [panting] [panting] let me see it. wait a second. ahh. glad to see you're still in training, engelbuns. keep it up, stein. jose, miguel, cuidanse bien. [speaking spanish] hey, jose. hey, miguel.
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     books if you want to hang out books if you want to hang out and chat. [inaudible conversations] >> you're going to create public sector. it's unlikely that it will be denied. to the teacher obviously are concerned about. i have -- there's no question that it's a bad thing. i think that when it's going to demand -- you know, michigan, aft has signed a most of their members to become the union members. i think that it's going to demand a more grass-roots union. you're simply not going to have the bureaucratic structure. i don't necessarily think that. bureaucratic union has gotten a lot of done as far as negotiating contracts. i think what it's going to demand is real workplace grass-roots organizing and participation because that's what's left. some thing that is have happened in the state level.
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     but at many events there's just a few thousand people in the stands and for some sports it's really a worst-case scenario, where there's not much history, like rugby. some have said this just doesn't feel like an olympics, shepard. >> steve harrigan live, sure doesn't look like it in those pictures. and lillian now, an olympic photo finish is causing some confusion on the internet. you've probably seen the picture of u vain boilt smiling, in the middle of the 100-meter dash, it's clear he won the race, but not who should get credit for the image. what's this about? >> you've probably seen this image, or this image, or both and not realized they were different and that's pretty much because they're the same. these two photographs were standing next to each other and took this photo within a millisecond of each other, same camera zoom lens, the only difference is a slightly different shutter speed. which one do you like better? >> this first one part of the slow shutter speed, his leg
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     uncomfortable, say something. you're not going to be punished. no one is going to look down on you. you've got to come take something, especially if you're in a small environment where maybe you don't want to bring down the hammer ahead of time so quickly. >> put your money where your mouth is. go ahead and make sure your employees see what you're describing as an open culture is an open culture in practice. >> right. exactly. all right. great. thank you so much. >> my pleasure. >>> strong visuals are important for your small business's branding and marketing needs. but what if you don't have the design skills or the budget to hire someone full-time to create what you need? inc.com gives us a couple tools. to get the job done on the cheap. one, piktochart, start from templates or start from scratch. two, for those times you need great stock photos to make your presentation pop, het to pexels. they're free for commercial use and there's no attribution required. three, flaticons offers more
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     something else be pulled, al gore's nobel peace prize. >> first off on the companies pulling out of this, maybe they're catching on to something you warned about. what do you make of this? >> i don't blame them. he probably see the email sent a couple of months ago by one of the leader of global warming and almost saying it's a con. and they see things like that, they see the fact in washington, we're building a big development and nobody with move because we have 48 inches of snow and it's not melting because it's cold. in new york we have had the coldest winter on record and all over -- you have friend in europe who are freezing. it's so cold. >> but donald, i talked to a lot of the environmentalists and they're saying this is goble warming. >> the problem we have is that the world is also got to play the game. we're scrubbing coal and doing things to make products more expensive and noncompetitive.