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neil: where did those two hours go? here's a trish regan. trish: so good to see you. here we are, can you believe it, just one week away from the inauguration. a political witch hunt to undermine the outcome of the election with an investigation, newly opened here into fbi director james comey. the left right now is blaming him for hillary clinton's loss. i'm trish regan, welcome to "the intelligence report" ." the inspector general is beginning an investigation into the fbi's handling of the clinton email probe leading up to the election. there are allegations director james comey may have broken policies. keep in mind, director comey has single-handedly ticked off
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everyone, democrats and republicans alike. his refusal to indict hillary clinton for her because of my emails despite her saying she acted in "gross negligence and extreme carelessness" ," initially caused many americans to question his motives. you add in the bombshell announcement 11 days before the election and he announced he was reopening the investigation into this is clinton's emails after finding some classified emails on her top aide computer, which she shared with her now infamous husband, anthony weiner. the democrats say this is the reason hillary clinton lost the election, it's james comey's fault. here's what the former campaign manager said today. >> i'm glad the inspector general has called for this investigation, we need to understand why director comey took the unprecedented step of talking about the investigation of secretary clinton, why he sent those letters, and whether there were political motivation motivations. trish: so, is this all designed
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to undermine the legitimacy of the trump presidency? joining me right now, mr. karl rove. always good to see you. james comey doesn't have a lot of friends these days on either side of the aisle, he tends to find himself in a pretty tough spot, what do you make of all of this? >> first of all, mr. robby mook is absolutely wrong, that is baloney. hillary clinton lost the election because the people around her like robby mook allowed her to run one of the worst campaigns in the history of america, a dreadful candidate with an even more dreadful campaign. take a look at this, this is the clear politics average on the day comey sent the letter 11 days before the election. hillary clinton was 48.4%. on election day she was 0.36% plus, that is to say about a third of a point was on election day than where she was the day
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this letter came out. donald trump was 43, he ended up with 45.95, so he gains almost three points, she drops less than a point, about a third of a point. trish: this had nothing to do with james comey in your view it was things like when you don't campaign constant or you talk about getting rid of the coal mining jobs, that stuff catches up to you? >> yeah. trump had a message, i will cut your taxes, i will make america strong again, i will bring back jobs, get rid of obamacare, and what was her message the last couple of weeks? we are stronger together, and it's my turn. this is an apology tour by robby mook and the people responsible for the defeat. i have to tell you, this decision by the inspector general is once again a botched move by the government. look at what comey did, but what about looking at loretto lynch, the attorney general who meets with bill clinton at an fbo
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airplane outside an fbo in phoenix, arizona, while the investigation is coming to conclusion, why not look into that and look into a very important decision, which is loretta lynch into the hands of james comey to decide not only to head to the investigation, t to decide whether or not to indict. in the history of our country we have divided the police function from the prosecutorial function. remember there are two coequal branches, the police and the prosecutors who take them to court. well, comey decided not only is he investigating her, but in july well he does all these bad things, decided she will not be indicted, that is not her decision. trish: he wasn't the prosecutor, he's the fbi. >> that's right. it allowed her to wash the hands of it, she should have said i
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appreciate the fbi director having conducted this investigation, but it's up to this department, the department of justice to make a decision as to whether or not we will indict anybody and we will take that on, and they're not going to look at that. trish: so there is this liberal world somehow james comey is responsible for hillary clinton losing the election. >> hillary clinton is responsible, she's the one who had the email server that was discovered in 2015, she mishandled it from day one. lied about it. trish: liberals don't like to take responsibility, have you noticed that? somebody else's fault, and this is case in point of exactly that. let me ask you, what happens to james comey? maybe he should step out of the limelight, he sets a loaded personality, "the wall street journal" summed it up in an editorial board column today. they concluded that "if the fbi director has demonstrated anything in the last year, it is
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he has lost the trust of everyone who believes the fbi must maintain its reputation as a politically impartial federal agency, the best service mr. comey can render his country right now is to resign." what do you think? i know you said there is no way comey is responsible for her losing, but given all that has happened, should he resign, karl? >> writing "the wall street journal" editorial was light on him. not just has lost the trust, but he mishandled his job as the head of the fbi. he was a hot dog when he said she did all these bad things, but i've decided she's not worthy of being indicted and i will set up a new standard, standard between careless and "oh, you shouldn't have done it." and then he was a hot dog in october in my opinion, not upholding the responsibility he had as a director of fbi to keep everybody out of it, and he mismanaged the investigation, he had as his deputy director
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directly in charge of the investigation a guy named mccabe whose wife ran for the state senate in virginia as a democrat, received over half a million dollars from the political action committee, close ally of the clintons, no problem whatsoever of having a politically active wife who was a democrat candidate for office having received that much money from that many clinton closest friends being in charge of the investigation. trish: by the way, before, you have your own history with james comey and "the wall street journal" talks about this years ago he tried to go pretty aggressively after you with the concerns you may have revealed cia analyst name even though he knew you actually were not involved in that. and "the journal" says it was political. >> comey appointed fitzgerald, excuse me, fitzpatrick, who was the special prosecutor who went
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after scooter libby, dick cheney, and me for leaking the name of a cia employee to a reporter. whether the reporter said it wasn't me, and they knew from the get-go who had leaked the name, the undersecretary of state, and special prosecutor spent three years and tens of millions of dollars trying to get somebody on something he knew no violation of the law had occurred. trish: may be the handwriting is on the wall at this point for mr. comey. before, don't go anywhere, i want to get to some more news happening right now. officials just briefed house members on the effect of the u.s. presidential election. the classified meetings come days after president-elect donald trump amended for the first time russia was behind the cyber attack. though he added other countries like china are also hacking us. for the very latest, i want to go to peter barnes. >> that's right, i remember
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president-elect also slammed the intelligence officials in that briefing today as well as news outlets over reports on the dossier of unsubstantiated allegations against mr. trump that reportedly the russians had on him scheduled to speak to house members this morning where james klapper, the directors and nsa directors rogers, the democrat of georgia led the parade of unhappy house members afterwards. >> i know more from yours. it confirmed my suspicions of the problems and we seriously have problems with some heat, a lot of unanswered questions. a lot of need for follow-up. >> and talking about james comey's future at the fbi, trish, with karl there. he said that briefing shook his
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confidence in director comey to lead the fbi in troubled times, other members out of the briefing with continued investigations into the hacking and stronger u.s. cybersecurity, of course. trish: thank you very. karl rove still here with me. an intelligence community under fire from donald trump, and some others who are saying all of this is bizarre how it has all unraveled, nobody wants the russians involving themselves in our process, though i would imagine to a certain extent, some of that does happen even with us, i would think, in other elections around the world. what is your thought right now on these challenges? >> let's step back, the russians were involved in trying to influence the outcome of the election, they are the people who hacked the computers at the dnc, and john podesta, and began revealing the information this
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fall. again, my question as to what purpose, what did we learn in those emails that we didn't already know? what is this a specific piece? trish: it is confirmed john podesta is kind of cozy with the likes of some cnbc folks, our competitors, or other members of the leftist media. >> there was nothing important that we learned that was new. it confirmed the suspicions we already had, but look at the numbers of people who thought the email problem, her email server was wrong, she was misleading us about it, she had violated the law, and those numbers are pretty firm since early in the year. most people thought she had violated the law, most people thought she was not telling the truth, and what we got at was a lot of gossip that if they had a message, if they had a campaign, would have been a brief moment and of little impact. i frankly do think it was little impact. at the end of the day the biggest thing was the reality of
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what she had done on the email and the fall campaign, punctuated by three high-profile debates and a lot of back-and-forth on the campaign trail each and every day and a lack of a compelling message by hillary clinton. at the end it was like listening to those nails scratching down the blackboard whenever she would talk because she had no message. whether you like him or didn't like him, you knew what he was talking about and where it was coming from. trish: with all of your political expertise and campaign, you have to a certain extent package a candidate. he didn't like getting package, but he packaged himself well in that he was very direct, had a message, don't americans want something to vote for rather than something to vote against? >> remember this, october 22nd, they get him under control, stopped tweeting as much as he had been doing before and making a joke of it on the campaign trail about how they were keeping him under control, he wanted at one point telling me keep it low-key, i'm listening
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to him, it was really sort of funny, but he did it in exactly the right moment because at the end they had to make a decision between two people they didn't like. both of these people have historically low approval ratings. at the end of the campaign 1 out of every six voters, 18% said neither one of these two people are qualified to be president and they went to donald trump on a 20-point margin because at the final end of the campaign, he was focused and disciplined, i'm going to build a wall and make mexico pay for it, i'm going to reform the tax code, drain the swamp, bring back jobs to america, put america first, make it respected around the world. i would be hard to say what her message was besides we are stronger together and it's my turn. trish: not one that wins an election. karl, thank you so much. speaker paul ryan giving an impassioned speech on the house
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for a short time ago about repealing obamacare. take a look at this. >> this experiment has failed, this law is collapsing while we speak, we have to step in before things get worse. this is nothing short of a rescue mission. trish: the house is set to vote on a resolution to stop the repeal of president obama's signature law in 45 minutes from now. the senate passed the resolution early yesterday morning. the media meanwhile is freaking out because many of the president-elect's cabinet nominees disagree with him on some very key issues. but i have to say, isn't this kind of a good thing? don't you want to surround yourself with the diversity of opinion? and isn't it good to his folks can speak their mind? and hopefully he listens to all
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these different opinions, don't you want that diversity? why is the media freaking out, he is tweeting out today to say all of my cabinet nominees are looking good and doing a good job, i want them to be themselves and express their own thoughts, not mine. we will talk all about it next.
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>> the media, some of donald trump's cabinet members and nominees might actually disagree with them on some issues like climate change, muslims and russia. listen to this. >> i have no belief and do not support the idea that muslims as a religious group should be denied admission to the united states. >> russia today poses a danger
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but it is not unpredictable in advancing its own interests. >> i am all for engagement but we have to recognize reality and what russia is up to, decreasing number of areas we can engage cooperatively and increasing number of areas we have to confront russia. >> it is pretty clear about what took place about russian involvement in efforts to hack information and have an impact on american democracy. i am very clear about what that intelligence report says. >> physical barrier might do the job. has to be a layered defense. trish: trump is saying this is all good. it is a good thing. all my nominees looking good, this is a great job. respect their own thoughts, not mine. joined me with his thoughts, stuart holliday, former ambassador for special political affairs. welcome, good to have you here. the hallmark of a good leader is
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they surround themselves with exceptional people, smart people, from diverse backgrounds and they listen to all of them before making their own decisions. in your view what is it that the media in their criticism of people saying things like tillerson said? what is the media missing? >> the president has chosen good people, experienced people who have their own views and it is a very good thing as you stated, it is what you want in a cabinet. from the media standpoint it is like testing the waters if you will to see whether they can in effect prompt president-elect trump to react or separate out from his cabinet in terms of showing discord. i don't think they are going to succeed and i think it is a
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reflection of the kind of process driven stories that you see coming out of washington. trish: walk me through the process you think it will be like for the president when it comes to making these decisions. how involved will leave cabinet members be? how much will he listen to a diversity of opinion? >> as an executive, he is of course the final arbiter and president bush that i am the decider at the end of the day i think cabinet form of government will be restored and you will see cabinet secretaries doing what they should do which is to advise the president independently to make policies and carry those policies out and the president-elect will have differing views that need to be sorted out, i don't know there is going to be consensus driven out of the white house goes to the cabinet.
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trish: you don't want that. if everybody agrees what fun is that? you want both sides. >> the decision, the best people, experienced people, their own views, and their recommendation on what to do. trish: it is what a leader should do and what a chief executive of most major companies would do. make your own decision. ambassador holiday, thank you so much. inauguration one week from today and one of the master planners joining us with all the details. i will see you here in two. support team for walking me through my first options trade. well, we're all about educating people on options strategies. i won't let this accomplishment go to my head. get help on options trading with thinkorswim, only at td ameritrade. (snap) achoo! (snap) achoo! achoo!
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>> we are just one week from the presidential inauguration with 800,000 people expected to attend. we are anticipating a big celebration, one for the ages. one is the communications director for the inaugural committee which raised a record $90 million for the event. good to see you. tell us what you are planning. >> it will be such a wonderful two day event, starting thursday, laying of the reef at arlington national cemetery and honoring those who gave the
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ultimate sacrifice to our wonderful country and beautiful democracy and the voices of the people concert which those who apply or participate in inaugural events and the make america great again progress releasing information on both of those, three doors down, performing at the make america great again -- then remarks from the president-elect donald trump right by the lincoln memorial thursday night and on the 20th, the church services, st. john's, two families, outgoing president and incoming president and january 20th the swearing-in of the capital. trish: than it is party on because i'm going to be there at 8:00, at the inaugural ball, a fun ticket to have.
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i will be there and hosting all the coverage in prime time 8:00 to 10:00 pm. there has been a lot of noise surrounding this. marie osman said she would sing at the event, the rockets and others saying i won't performed there because they are concerned about maybe what it means for them and their reputation in hollywood. how much of that are you hearing? toby grief is a great country singer, more in line with some of those trump supporters but you got a lot of that hollywood contingency that was anything but friendly to trump. >> people have the right to the first amendment and it is up to them to participate or not but we had a great outpouring of support from performers, entertainers and the american people, the voices of america and make america great again celebration and throughout the ball, the inaugural balls on
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friday night, two official inaugural balls, and first responders, a new edition this year, when firemen and women, that is what we are concentrating on. trish: a big difference in some ways, think about what could be with trump versus barack obama who really seemed to be courting hollywood all along. celebrities came out in droves for him and hillary clinton but didn't get clinton anywhere, let's face it. >> it did not. before 2009 the inauguration was not a coronation, was not a celebrity filled event, it was truly a historic moment every four years and that is what it will be this year, not about the celebrity but all-american people, diverse cross-section on january 19th and on january 20th. the parade will be shorter this year, not the four hours of 1953
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or several hours it was. trish: he is not going to as many events, isn't that right? >> there will be three inaugural balls, a huge difference, this president is ready to get to work for the american people. trish: they will appreciate it. don't forget, we have special coverage all day long of this major historic event, we will be on the front lines, join us live from washington dc on foxbusiness and friday nights prime time 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. from the military inaugural ball. hollywood back at it with another anti-trump video trying their hardest to undermine the president-elect. clearly celebrities haven't gotten the message nobody cares
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. trish: all right. the surprise hearing from the president-elect. let's listen in if we can catch him there with steve harvey. >> mr. trump, --
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trish: steve harvey, not clear is he coming or going from that meeting? i think our production team. he's leaving the meeting there with donald trump. you can see trump just waving to the crowd to get back into the elevator. let's see what steve harvey has to say about the president-elect. >> obama's transition team and trump transition team. and it was really a really cool meeting. we talked a lot about golf and things like that and people we knew and people in common. and then we got down to the crux of it. he introduced me to ben carson, who is now the new head of housing for urban development. and we're going to team up and see if we can bring about some positive change in the inner cities, which i felt was my only agenda, and he agreed. and he wants to do something. and he realizes that he needs some allies in that department, and he seemed really sincere about it. >> chicago being one.
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>> chicago is definitely one. another one they want to start with as a target is detroit. ben carson expressed that because he's from detroit. i want to do some things with all of the major inner cities to see if we can bring about some change and help some of these young people out. and so that's why i'm here, and it was a successful meeting. and he seemed really sincere. >> thank you, sir. >> well, you know, not my jump into politics. i ain't going to pass a background check. but i -- it's just me following orders from my friend president obama who says, steve, yuve got to -- as he told everybody, get out from behind your computers, stop tweeting and texting and get out there and sit down and talk. so i stepped from behind my
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microphone, and i came and talked to the guy that's going to be the 45th president of the united states. i did what i was supposed to do. the transition team from president obama and the transition team from donald trump got me on the phone about a week ago. no, i'll be turning 60 on tuesday. and my wife is taking me far away. so i won't be at anybody's inauguration because my wife said "no." will trump be on family feud? yeah, against the obama's. that will be -- trish: all right. you're listening to the comedian steve harvey, he just came from a meeting with donald trump, and he says he wants to team up with ben carson to help in terms of hud, housing in urban development and try to resome communities, and
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he's coming forward helping his helping hand, perhaps bucking the trend the rest of hollywood; right? because much of hollywood has made it very, very clear they want nothing to do with donald trump. infact, a lot of the oscar hopefuls were coming together to sing gloria gainer's i will survive. i will survive all in reference to next week's inauguration as we continue watching steve harvey, let's watch what these celebrities had to sing. >> so from outer space. >> i just walked in to find you here with that sad look upon your face. >> oh, no, not i. i will survive. >> oh, as long as i know how to love, i know i'll stay alive. >> i've got all of my life to live. >> and i have all of my love to give. >> and i will survive. >> i will survive. >> hey, hey. >> i like that part. trish: just a little much but whatever. i do want to point out we have the take now of donald trump. he came out to talk about some
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of this discourse about his appointees, the people in his cabinet saying, look, everyone is entitled to have their own opinion on things. >> everybody knows steve harvey. everyone having fun? having fun? steve just came up to say hello. >> mr. trump, how concerned are you of some of your cabinet nominees speaking on capitol hill on things like russia, iran, the border wall? and some of your statements some of which you have said in the past. >> that all gets straightened out. we want them to be themselves. and i told them be yourselves and say what you want to say. don't worry about me. and i'm going to do the right thing. whatever it is. i may be right. and they may be right. when i said be yourselves. what do you say, steve? let them do it. i could have said do this, do that. i don't want that. i want them all to be themselves.
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everybody okay? everybody good? thank you. thank you. say hello to harvey. . trish: all right. so he was there for reiterating his tweet that he put out today, suggesting that all of these people just need to be themselves and, you know, he wants them to be themselves. and so what if they differ in opinion. joining me right now progressive radio host chris, ceo of majority. i'm going to get to hollywood in just a second because it is interesting that a member of hollywood, the comedian steve harvey said, look, i want to make it work. nicole kidman also said, you know, that you've got to hope for the best for the person that's going to be the president of the united states. we'll get to that in a second. but first back to what he just said there. everybody is entitled to their own opinion. he wants them to have their own opinions. i was making the point with a guest earlier. isn't that you need in a chief executive? doesn't a leader say. okay. everybody have their own intel, so to speak, their own viewpoint, and i will make a decision after i hear y'all out. >> right. no, exactly, and i think that's what donald trump's approach has always been and
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is going to be with this administration. he wants to find the best for each position. jeff sessions for ag and mattis for dod and all of these people who might not be in total agreement with trump but are very intelligent, very successful people who are all, you know, strongly opinionated, are going to share their opinions. but guess what? at the end of the day the final decision-maker is going to be donald trump, and i think he likes the situation. he wants to hear different points of view. but at the end of the day, let's not, you know, deceive ourselves. donald trump will be making these decisions, and he's very confident in who he is as an individual. so i think he's very happy. trish: i have to hand it to him he's taking all of these meetings, chris. a lot of presidents -- and, by the way, barack obama was heavily criticized for this because he was not political in the sense that he wasn't willing to engage people on both sides of the aisle and do those little things like, you know, have a dinner or play golf, et cetera, with them. donald trump out there not even in office, but he's taking all kinds of meetings, and he's taking meetings with people on both sides.
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and isn't that what you want? >> yeah. i think we do want to see a president engage both sides of the aisle, and i wish that president obama played the washington game a little bit more when he was president. i think he probably would have gotten more accomplished if he had. and, look, i think that it's good that he's allowing his cabinet people to have his own opinions and own responsibilities. but he's got to understand that the decisions they make, he will be held responsible for them. and he won't be able to make every decision that goes on in those cabinet departments. so he has to make sure that those people are all on somewhat of the same page. it's good to have divergent opinions so that you get to debate before you make big decisions. but remember, a lot of the cabinet-level decisions don't make it to the president's desk. >> which i think is a good thing, though. if you look at it and go back, yeah, he's going to be confident that they're going to be make a lot of the day to day decisions and make them right. but, again,. trish: you have to have a good cabinet. i always say that. you're only as good as your team. he can only do so much. >> right.
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trish: let me get to the hollywood issue because his nemesis. >> yeah. trish: rosy o'donald was tweeting quote i fully support marshall law delaying the inauguration until trump is cleared of all charges. now, maybe she was just kidding. maybe she wasn't. >> probably not. trish: but it's very clear all of these celebrities. >> is a comedian. trish: you saw the i will survive thing from the oscar nominees. they're kind of depressed right now, chris. they're grasping at straws trying to think how on they weren't man who was so despised by their community could have won. are they ever going to get over it? >> yes. they're going to get over it. i'm going to get over the fact that i'm not your plus one for the inaugural ball, they're going to get over him being president. it is what it is. i think the institution is stronger than any individual. i think that i will survive video is the first step towards accepting that he's going to be our president for the next four years, and they've got to get over it. that's what i will survive is about.
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i will survive this defeat that they had. they had a defeat, i had a defeat, we've all -- a lot of americans did not vote for donald trump, but he is going to be our president. one week from today, and i think we're all going to have to hope for the best. we'll challenge him when we think he's wrong. we'll support him when we think he's right. trish: i like this side of you. thank you, both. we have to take a quick break and we'll be right back
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>> the department of justice has concluded that there is reasonable cause to believe that the chicago police department engages in a pattern or practice of use of excessive force in violation of the fourth amendment to the constitution.our investigation t this pattern or practice is in no small part of the result of severely deficient training procedures and accountability systems. trish: all right. today the u.s. attorney general loretta lynch blasting the chicago police department and accusing them of abuse and of treating
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minorities unfairly. of course, the police need to treat people well and right. but why is she reducing to focus on the unbelievable violence plaguing that city? i mean, just last year the city of chicago had 762 homicides. that's more to put in perspective, folks, than new york and l.a. combined. and why is there no focus on groups like black lives matter and fear of being called a racist? has it made cops reluctant to police aggressively? joining me now. i'm looking at a amazing stat here. first of all, 3,500. more than 3,500 shootings in 2016 in chicago. but let's talk about chicago police stops. this is the number of times the police in chicago are actually stopping people because they're concerned about something.
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do you know that this is down almost 90% versus 2015? what does that number tell you when the murder rate is as high as it is? >> it tells me what the chicago police department is doing, what rudy giuliani said the nypd did before he became mayor is basically observing crime. oh, my gosh there's crime. let's watch. and it's not hard to blame the cops because when they do get involved, they have black lives matter screaming at you, aclu, and now after this report, i think you're going to have uncle sam riding along in every police car and the cop are going to think if i talk to this person, if i stop this person, will the government be coming after me or black lives matter matter be flo of my house? . trish: so they want to keep their jobs. there's no incentive right now to stop the crime because you run the risk that you're going to wind up in trouble yourself. >> that's right. trish: by the way, you could wind up dead. >> wind up dead.
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you might be shot in the back of the head as we've seen. trish: but if you're accused of using too much force, you're going to have the likes of loretta lynch and company on your tail. >> that's right. i mean, i think they have a very legitimate fear that if they get involved, if they're lucky -- if they're lucky, things go well. if they're a little less lucky, there will be people holding cell phone cameras and interrupting and interfering with their work. and the worst-case scenario is you have the department of justice coming in and suing them or who knows what. and might get shot and killed as a lot of cops have been over the last couple of years. trish: you think of the south side of chicago. i mean, this is where a lot of this crime is happening in very urban minority communities. >> uh-huh. trish: these are the people that if you're just a hard-working mom trying to take care of your kids, and you're unfortunate to be living in a place like south side chicago, you're trying to make ends meet and, by the way, it would help if you actually had police on your block making sure that the gangs are out of the neighborhood. >> you have department of justice saying there's excess of force and the flip side of
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it is there's no force. the cops aren't there. and the bodies pile up, the nonfatal shootings continue as well. and one thing politically speaking amazing is that you have so many black folks that continue to vote democrat. chicago is a democrat-run city. baltimore is a democrat-run city. and you have that going on. trish: i know. i know those democratic policies have done nothing to help that city. and emmanuel has his work cut out for him. he should be held accountable for all of this. but i think it's starting to change. i mean, i think there's a lot of women, african-americans, hispanics that are looking at the country right now saying, look, eight years of this didn't get us anywhere. isn't it beyond time we look beyond race, we look beyond color, we look beyond gender, and we just do what is right for us. >> i hope that happens. trish: yeah, you too. we'll be right back troduces jeanette. and her new business: i do, to go. jeanette was excellent at marrying people. but had trouble getting paid. not a good time, jeanette. even worse.
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. >> we will focus on making quality child care affordable and accessible for all. . trish: that was ivanka trump promising her father's child care will put affordability at the top of his to-do list and now his team is taking action. top aids for the president-elect have met with leaders on capitol hill directing them to include the issue in any plan rewrite at the tax code. joining me right now with more on it our very own jamie colby, host of strange inheritance. so great to see -- the show, by the way, it's premiering next friday night right here. >> absolutely. 10:00 p.m. eastern. we're very excited. we've been out on the road, and we've been in 37 cities. we went over to london as well. we actually found an unknown before jane austin ring, so you can see the uk there off to the right. we crossed the pond. we have some amazing inheritances and some great family stories, trish. trish: you know, you were
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telling me -- we were chatting in the commercial break. you were telling me that a lot of these stories have actually come from viewers themselves? >> a third of the stories in season three came from viewers who had seen us in season one and two, saw that i ask them to e-mail me at jamie@strangeinheritance.com, and their stories were so wild, wacky, or historically significant that i showed up in their living rooms or kitchens, and we are going to be able to tell their stories. these legacies of these families are unbelievable, and they get to do it in their own words. and i've just enjoyed meeting them. it's a privilege. trish: i have to tell you. i love the show and, you know, a lot of places that i go, people know your show very, very well, and they love it too. it's a very, very interesting and a student of history. i love the history that's involved and the personal story, so i would encourage everybody to watch it. let me get to the other thing. the thing in the news today about child care and the trump administration and the priority that they're going to
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put on this. you know, people have talked about this for years; right? coming up with some kind of solution for moms, for working moms. what's the chance -- >> and working dads. and working dads. you know, look, anything that helps women in the workplace all for i think that there will be more jobs created, president-elect trump tells us. and more money in the economy means everybody wins. so if there can be some of these credits put through, the thing that i'm all for it -- the thing that impresses me, trish, is i've covered several transitions of administrations, i've never seen a president-elect make this many moves based on promises. . trish: well, it would be good to see. jamie, unfortunately, i'm out of time. we're so looking forward to seeing you friday night right after the inauguration. check out strange inheritance.
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trish: guess what, we'll be here 8:00 p.m. eastern for "wall street week" with gary kaminsky. i will he see you there. have a wonderful weekend. we're all back here on monday. liz claman down at nyse. forgive me, you're at nasdaq, right? liz: no, i'm on wall street. from wall street day to "wall street week." we have some breaking news happening right now in washington, d.c. the house, look at this right now, they are debating the waiver for defense secretary nominee general james mathis. -- mattis. they will vote on it at this hour. this is happening at same time the first steps of the obamacare repeal process. folks, it is not a sure thing at this hour. don't move, we've got our eye and our cameras on the house floor. you need to stay right here. you know what?

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