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FOX AND FRIENDS

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09/19/2016

FOX AND FRIENDS

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Donald Trump says that attacks like what happened in New York and New Jersey over the weekend could become more frequent across the U.S. "I think this is something that maybe will happen perhaps more and more over the country," Trump said. "We've been weak, our country's been weak." He pointed to the Obama administration's policy of admitting refugees from war-torn areas of the Middle East like Syria, in addition to lax border security. The Republican nominee said that Hillary Clinton will continue with these failed policies, and that's why it's imperative to elect a leader who will "get tough." Trump said. "Our leaders are - I don't even say weak, I say, stupid,"

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FOX HOWARD KURTZ

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09/18/2016

FOX HOWARD KURTZ

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Turns out Trump knows how to work the refs in advance. “It’s called gaming the system,” Trump said in a “Media Buzz” interview, “like Bobby Knight, he would hit the referee, well they're hitting Matt Lauer and they're trying to game the system, they want, and I think it's terrible but they want the host to go after Trump.” “But do you think that Lester Holt or Martha Raddatz or Anderson Cooper or Chris Wallace will be pressured into being unfair?” Kurtz asked Trump. “Sure,” Trump said. “I think that’s what’s happening right now.”Trump has faced an avalanche of negative headlines in recent weeks and yet has closed the gap nationally against Clinton, who has been having her own problems.

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FOX BUSINESS Maria Bartiromo

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09/16/2016

FOX BUSINESS Maria Bartiromo

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Donald Trump ripped one of his most frequent critics, billionaire businessman Mark Cuban, in a Friday morning interview on the Fox Business Network. Speaking to host Maria Bartiromo, Trump responded to Cuban's claim that if the Republican nominee wins in the fall there was "no doubt in my mind the markets tank." Cuban said of Trump. "Well I know Mark, and you know the problem with Mark is he's not smart enough to understand what we're doing," Trump said. "He's really not smart enough." The “Birther” movement, which questioned whether President Obama was born in the United States, is resurfacing on the campaign trail.“Hillary brought it up during her campaign, it was 2008, and it was brought up to a fare thee well and she brought it up and I was the one that was successful in getting him to release his birth certificate,” Trump told the FOX Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo.

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The Tonight Show

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09/15/2016

The Tonight Show

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BY FOX INSIDER

Donald Trump had a "hair-raising" experience on "The Tonight Show" last night. The Republican presidential nominee joined host Jimmy Fallon to discuss a wide variety of topics, including the 2016 campaign, his health and, yes, his hair. Fallon noted that the next time he sees Trump, he could be the President of the United States, so he asked if he could do something "not presidential." Trump said. "Can I mess your hair up?" Fallon asked, to raucous applause and cheers from the audience. Trump agreed! 

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FOX The Dr. Oz Show

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09/15/2016

FOX The Dr. Oz Show

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According to a news release from The Dr. Oz Show, "Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump sat down for an hour-long, one-on-one interview on The Dr. Oz Show with host Dr. Mehmet Oz to discuss his personal health, his views on major health care policy including their recently announced child care plan and the major health care issues facing this country." The results of the medical exam Trump shares are the results of a physical examination performed last week by Trump's personal physician, Dr. Harold Bornstein, M.D. of Lennox Hill Hospital.  

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FOX AND FRIENDS

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09/15/2016

FOX AND FRIENDS

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Over the next two to three years, Ford will move all small-car production out of the United States to Mexico. Donald Trump said on "Fox and Friends" this morning that this is something he's been warning about for years. "Five years, six years, seven years, I've been talking about it," Trump said. "That's why I'm doing well in Michigan. That's why I'm doing well in Ohio." "States that make cars, they like Donald Trump." The Republican nominee added that he can't believe Ford's "brazenness," and it's something he's going to deal with when he's president. "When they make their car and they think they're going to get away with this ... when that car comes back across the border into our country - that now comes in free - we're going to charge them a 35 percent tax."

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FOX SEAN HANNITY

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09/13/2016

FOX SEAN HANNITY

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Donald Trump reacted to Hillary Clinton's comment that half of his supporters would belong in a "basket of deplorables." Trump said that when he first heard Clinton make the comment, he couldn't believe it. "I tell you what, I heard the whole thing and I said, 'I don’t believe it.' And then I said, 'Run it back, let me hear it.' I thought it was so terrible a statement to make. And I called up some people and I said, 'Did she really say that? Is it as bad as I think?' And they said, ‘No, Mr. Trump, it’s worse.‘ Trump said the comment drove everyone in the media wild. ‘It's a horrible characterization, and even people who support her say 'Wow, what a mistake.' And you know that was her '47 percent' moment. I think it was far worse.‘ Trump went on to say he thought it was the ‘worst statement of the political season.‘

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CNBC SQUAWK BOX

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09/12/2016

CNBC SQUAWK BOX

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Donald Trump told CNBC on Monday he hopes Hillary Clinton gets better and that he plans to release a detailed report on his own health this week. "I saw what was going on with her and I said, 'You know, I'm going to go do something and I actually took a physical last week and probably, I guess this week, will release the results of it," the Republican presidential nominee told "Squawk Box" in a telephone interview. Trump made his remarks a day after his 68-year-old rival left Sunday's 9/11 memorial at ground zero after she felt "overheated," according to her campaign. She had to be helped into van. A note from her doctor released later Sunday said she had been diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday. "It's quite sad," Trump said. "I hope she gets well soon."

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FOX AND FRIENDS

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09/12/2016

FOX AND FRIENDS

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Hillary Clinton is under fire for remarking that half of Donald Trump’s supporters belong in a “basket of deplorables.” At a fundraising event in New York on Friday, the Democratic nominee labeled many Trump supporters as “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic and Islamophoboic.” She has since issued an apology for her "grossly generalistic" comments, but many believe this could have negative consequences for her campaign, including Trump himself. Trump said that when he first heard about the remarks, he didn't believe that Clinton actually made them. "I think this is the biggest mistake of the political season. I really do," Trump said. "When I saw this it its full form and I saw the anger with which she said - the way she spoke - I think it's the single biggest mistake of the political season."

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RT Larry King

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09/08/2016

RT Larry King

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Donald Trump tells RT's Larry King that he doesn’t dislike Hillary Clinton, but that she’s not the person to make America great again – The billionaire businessman discusses the current election, the hacking of the DNC, his comments about the Iraq War, and Wednesday’s showdown with Clinton at a veterans’ forum. On the issue of defeating the Islamic State in Iraq, Trump slammed Clinton and President Barack Obama for their role in pulling US troops out of Iraq in 2013. King’s final question was on immigration, specifically on Mexican immigration. “Let's get something clear, because I've known you a long time. What are your feelings about Mexican immigrants? What in your gut do you feel about this?” King asked. But Trump never answered, seemingly dropping off the line, despite King reassuring his audience that the phone connection was not lost.

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