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Bannon Claims Bush Presidency Was Worse Than Obama35s

Bannon Claims Bush Presidency Was Worse Than Obama

“There has not been a more destructive presidency than George Bush’s,” Bannon said, speaking at the convention banquet of the California Republican Party, which is a majority Democratic state. Bush delivered a speech on democracy and security on Thursday that some also took as a nameless rebuke of President Trump. Bush said “bigotry seems emboldened” in the United States now and warned that Americans need to reject “white supremacy” and accept “globalization” in free trade. "It was clear he didn't understand anything he was talking about," Bannon said. "He has no earthly idea of whether he's coming or going, just like it was when he was president of the United States."

Trump BLASTS Media For Not Covering Real Russia Story That Dealt Away Our Uranium Under Obama1m20s

Trump BLASTS Media For Not Covering Real Russia Story That Dealt Away Our Uranium Under Obama

“If the mainstream media would cover the uranium scandal and that Russia has 20 percent of our uranium for whatever reason, and some people understand what those reasons may be, I think that’s your Russia story. That’s your real Russia story,” Trump said in the Oval Office on Thursday. The president criticized the media for covering the collusion narrative while ignoring what he called “one of the biggest stories of the decade.”

General Kelly: I Was Stunned, Brokenhearted What Member of Congress Did To President Trump's Message2m23s

General Kelly: I Was Stunned, Brokenhearted What Member of Congress Did To President Trump's Message

Kelly said he was "stunned" by Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson's (Fla.) negative description of Trump's call to the widow of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, who was killed during an ambush in Niger. “It stuns me that a member of Congress would have listened in on that conversation. Absolutely stuns me. I would have thought that was sacred,” Kelly said during a surprise appearance in the White House press briefing room. After learning of what he called Wilson’s “selfish behavior,” Kelly, a retired Marine Corps general whose son was killed in battle in Afghanistan, said he was so taken aback that he walked for an hour and a half in Arlington National Cemetery to compose himself.

Bush Who Remained Quiet During Obama Terms, Gives Speech: "Bigotry Seems Emboldened"35s

Bush Who Remained Quiet During Obama Terms, Gives Speech: "Bigotry Seems Emboldened"

He criticized the “governing class” without specifically mentioning President Trump, Congress or any other current politicians. "Discontent deepened and sharpened partisan conflicts" in recent years, Bush observed during a speech for the George W. Bush Institute. "Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seem more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication." Bush also said that public confidence in the country's institutions has declined in recent decades, and warned against "a new era of cyber threats" including Russia's attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election.

Ratings Desperate CNN Brings On Grieving Family In This Video9m44s

Ratings Desperate CNN Brings On Grieving Family In This Video

“No, I haven’t. I haven’t, but it’s okay. It doesn’t matter if I hear from the White House or not because it’s not really about…it’s not about a call or letter. I just want people to remember my son and all the other gold star moms, Mrs. Johnson, all those who are grieving. Trust me, none of us want to be in the position, and the worst thing I ever have been called is a gold star mom.” Camerota needs to resign. Shame on her for doing this story. If she had a soul this story had to have creeped the hell out of her.

Goodell Says Only 6-7 NFL Players Are Protesting National Anthem45s

Goodell Says Only 6-7 NFL Players Are Protesting National Anthem

The New York Post reported in September: “More than 200 NFL players defiantly took a knee during the national anthem at their games Sunday while hundreds of other grid stars locked arms with their coaches — and even some team owners — in protest of President Trump, who had ripped the league over the weekend.”

John McCain Temper On Display When Reporter Calls Him Out For Not Working With Trump27s

John McCain Temper On Display When Reporter Calls Him Out For Not Working With Trump

“Has your relationship with the president frayed to the point that you are not going to support anything that he comes to you and asks for?” Steve Doocy’s son asked McCain in the halls of the Senate. “Why would you say something that stupid?” McCain replied, staring intensely into Doocy’s eyes. “Why would you ask something that dumb? Huh?” “My job as a United States senator, is a senator from Arizona which I was just re-elected to. You mean that I am somehow going to behave in a way that I’m going to block everything because of some personal disagreement?” “That’s a dumb question,” he concluded.

Lauren Holly: My Friends Told Me To Keep My Mouth Shut About Harvey Weinstein2m12s

Lauren Holly: My Friends Told Me To Keep My Mouth Shut About Harvey Weinstein

Lauren Holly says Harvey Weinstein was all business during a meeting in his hotel room ... right up until the moment he ripped off his suit and went to the bathroom in front of her. The actress, who now lives in Canada, went on daytime talk show "The Social" Monday to speak for the first time about an encounter she says went down in the late '90s. Holly says she wasn't worried about going to Weinstein's hotel room for the meeting -- she says that was common, and he was fully dressed when she arrived.

Reporter to Clinton: So You Still Blame Others For Your Loss?1m52s

Reporter to Clinton: So You Still Blame Others For Your Loss?

"So you're still blaming others more than yourself?" Frei asked "No, I take ultimate responsibility, I don't blame others, but I think it's important that people understand what happened," Clinton said. "It easy to say, ‘You know she wasn’t a good candidate.’ Then why did lead all the way to the end, why did I get nominated overwhelmingly?" "Did people lie at the polls?" Frei interjected. "No, I think there were intervening events that caused people to worry, to have second thoughts," she said.

Watch College Football Fans, Players Sing National Anthem When PA System Malfunctions2m26s

Watch College Football Fans, Players Sing National Anthem When PA System Malfunctions

It was just another college football game on Saturday in Hartford, Connecticut, until just before kickoff, an announcement came over the loud speakers that there would be no playing of the national anthem. Everyone was on the field, the coin toss had just happened, and players had their helmets off, standing at attention, ready for the anthem to be played, Coach Jeff Devanney told Fox News. But after a few moments of silence, it was announced the PA system failed – and there would be no playing of the Anthem. Trinity senior fullback Ethan Suraci told Fox News the silence “felt like forever, honestly. You could hear the crowd and the opposing team” expressing disappointment over the announcement.

President Trump Will Win The National Anthem Argument; Watch This Audience!1m19s

President Trump Will Win The National Anthem Argument; Watch This Audience!

“We defend our constitution. We protect religious liberty. We treasure our freedom. We are proud of our history. We support the rule of law and the incredible men and women of law enforcement,” Trump told the crowd. The president then praised the work of men and women in military uniform. “We respect our great American flag!” he then exclaimed to the crowd. The attendees at the summit then responded with a standing ovation.

NFL Player: If You Make Us Stand For National Anthem, There Will Be An Uproar!31s

NFL Player: If You Make Us Stand For National Anthem, There Will Be An Uproar!

The NFL said on Friday it has no plans to mandate players stand for the U.S. national anthem, but will rather present a possible solution on how to end the controversial protests when it meets with team owners next week. Commissioner Roger Goodell, along with the head of the NFL Players Association, will meet with the owners from Oct. 17-18 in New York where the issue of player protests during the U.S. national anthem is expected to command much attention.

John Kelly To Lamestream Media: I'm Not Quitting, I'm Not Getting Fired1m40s

John Kelly To Lamestream Media: I'm Not Quitting, I'm Not Getting Fired

At a press briefing on Thursday, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly addressed reports that he's close to resigning his post or being fired by President Donald Trump. "I'm not quitting today," Kelly said. "I don't think I'm being fired today. And I am not so frustrated in this job that I am thinking of leaving." Kelly said it's the hardest job he's ever had, in addition to the most important job he's ever had. "Unless things change, I'm not quitting, I'm not getting fired. And I don't think I'll fire anyone tomorrow," Kelly said.

Harvey Weinstein's Company Contract Covered Sexual Harassment Lawsuits3m33s

Harvey Weinstein's Company Contract Covered Sexual Harassment Lawsuits

Levin said that in his last contract, from two years ago, if Weinstein is sued for sexual harassment or any other kind of misdeed, and the company is forced to pay a judgement, he can keep his job. "He has to pay the company back what it paid the victim... and pay a fine," Levin said on The Story. He said Weinstein's prospective fines begin at $250,000 for the first settlement, increasing another $250,000 for each future judgment, with the fourth or further judgments costing him a $1 million fine. "The company structured a contract that essentially allowed for sexual harassment if you're willing to pay a monetary price," Levin said. He and Martha MacCallum also discussed whether Weinstein would actually have a case for wrongful termination, since the company fired him after the allegations began snowballing.

Mom's Epic Reaction to Marine Son's Return Goes Viral3m28s

Mom's Epic Reaction to Marine Son's Return Goes Viral

On "Fox & Friends," Tauheed said that he had been deployed the Philippines for six months, and he found out that his deployment was going to end earlier than expected. He knew that his mom had been planning the family reunion for about a year and had a firm date set. When he realized he would be able to attend, he called his father and coordinated the surprise. "I was just so blown away. I was almost blown off of my feet when I saw him, because I didn't expect him to come," Moore said. "When I saw him walk through the door, it just floored me." She said when she hugged him it was a "magical moment," and she didn't want to let him go.

Sharpton Says NFL Like Plantation; All-White League Of Owners Making Decisions55s

Sharpton Says NFL Like Plantation; All-White League Of Owners Making Decisions

The roster of NFL owners includes Kim Pegula (Buffalo Bills), a Korean woman, and Shahid Khan (Jacksonville Jaguars), a Middle Eastern man. “You put that with the fact that Jerry Jones takes a knee one day in the name of unity, but says, ‘I’m going to bench you if you take a knee.’ That’s a plantation kind of mentality!” Sharpton exclaimed. The commentator left out that Jones had knelt in unison with his players, black and white, and not during the national anthem. “Don’t you dare bend your knee by yourself boys and think for yourself!” he added, imitating his perception of Jones. Wallace joked that Trump was “in the little boys’ room.” “All white men in power, we know how this story ends, if you look at Hollywood,” Wallace added.

Man Busted After Driving Through Milwaukee Taking Drug Sales On Facebook LIVE!1m29s

Man Busted After Driving Through Milwaukee Taking Drug Sales On Facebook LIVE!

Police arrested Kirk at his girlfriend's house where they said they seized two guns, a bulletproof vest, marijuana and $1,400 cash. At Kirk's house, relatives defended him. "Were they running drugs out of this house?" WISN reporter Colleen Henry asked. "No running drugs out the house, no. It's called harassment," one relative said. Kirk is now is the Milwaukee County Jail facing eight felonies.

Pelosi: Nobody Is Trying To Take Your Guns Away1m06s

Pelosi: Nobody Is Trying To Take Your Guns Away

Democrats and journalists want Americans to know that nobody is coming to take away their guns. In fact, they consider such an idea "insanity," and have spent a great deal of time making assurances that so-called common-sense gun control laws would never turn into a slippery slope that infringes on Second Amendment rights.

Liberal MSNBC Guest RIPS Obama, Clinton For Cemetery SIlence On Weinstein2m11s

Liberal MSNBC Guest RIPS Obama, Clinton For Cemetery SIlence On Weinstein

MSNBC host Katy Tur asked Winstead what her reaction has been to Obama and Clinton's silence. "President Obama [and] Hillary Clinton, silent so far. How do you feel about the selective outrage? I could be outraged about Donald Trump last year, but not outraged about this?" Tur asked Winstead. "I feel it happens a lot with women's issues and I feel really disappointed in both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton," Winstead began. Winstead questioned why politicians haven't denounced Weinstein after the women's stories came to light. "If you took money from this person, because this person had really good progressive goals that were in line with the politics, great. When you find out that this person is a monster, especially a monster towards women, why wouldn't you denounce it?" Winstead asked. Not denouncing it, Winstead argued, makes accusations of sexist actions against Donald Trump ring hollow.

Feinstein Might Not Return Weinstein's Donations — "I'll Certainly Take A Look"1m35s

Feinstein Might Not Return Weinstein's Donations — "I'll Certainly Take A Look"

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) hesitated to say she would return money donated to her by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein after decades of sexual harassment complaints against him emerged, saying in an interview airing Sunday she will "take a look." According to federal records, Weinstein gave Feinstein $375 in 1992 and $1,000 in 1994, the Los Angeles Times reported. Weinstein, an Oscar-winning producer and major Democratic donor, has taken an indefinite leave of absence from his company after lurid details of sexual harassment came to light in a bombshell article by the New York Times. "Meet The Press" host Chuck Todd asked Feinstein if she planned to return contributions she received from Weinstein. Fellow California Sen. Kamala Harris (D.) already said she will donate money she received from Weinstein to charity. "I don't know that I've received any. I'll certainly take a look, and then I'll make a decision," Feinstein said.