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Chris Hayes, MSNBC host: all in tonight.
Unidentified women: the term \"nationalism\" has dominated the left and contributed to the-
Jews, hatred, even violence.
Hayes: Protesters greet President Trump at hate crime scenes as he continues to bring fear to his base.
US President Donald Trump: I\'m looking at two things about globalists and nationalists.
Hayes: there are still seven days left tonight, how Democrats can deal with the toxic end of the president. Then –REP. STEVE KING (R)
This is the Western civilization we want to restore to the world, Tucker.
Tucker Carlson, Fox News Channel host: It sounds fair to me.
Hayes: Why did even Republicans reject Congressman Steve King on the grounds of the need to oppose white supremacy.
Steve Bannon appeared in front of the special adviser for the second time.
Trump: He\'s so conflicted when you see Miller in conflict.
Hayes: Adam Shiff, member of Congress
When everything starts, destroy the correct plot of the Mueller probe. (END VIDEO CLIP)
Hayes: Good evening. This is Chris Hayes.
A week before the crucial midterm elections, Republicans became increasingly desperate from the beginning of the presidency.
Donald Trump and the Republican Party have taken control of the government for nearly two years, but they are playing a game that is becoming more and more reckless and even more dangerous, which obviously has nothing to show.
Instead of running on records, they throw red meat at their most ardent supporters.
Today, the president came up with the idea of ending the innate citizenship guaranteed by the US Constitution, and Donald Trump almost certainly cannot do so legally.
Yesterday, the government announced plans to send 5,200 soldiers to the United States. S.
Troops traveling to the border may be stationed there as many as 14,000 people, as immigrant mothers and children about 900 miles away walk to seek asylum.
Prior to that, Donald Trump promised to pass a fictitious middle-class tax cut, although Congress would not meet again until after the mid-term elections.
But it also becomes more dangerous as speech becomes more desperate.
It\'s only four days since Trump fanatics say Cesar saryork was arrested for sending a bomb to key Democrats and presidential critics.
In Pittsburgh today, people are in terrible opposition-
11 people were killed in the synagogue on Saturday and the Jews were slaughtered.
Robert Bowles admitted on social media that his motivation was racism.
Jewish lies, a slander about the Jewish people bringing \"invaders\", mean those same immigrants from Central America.
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Unidentified male: Democratic agents in the country either work with the convoy, with drug cartels, or both.
Woman: We cannot tolerate the continued invasion of this country.
Laura Ingraham, host of Fox News: We don\'t know who\'s here.
Man: What about the disease?
Unidentified male: So what about diseases from Africa?
Unidentified women: we spread diseases that cause polio nationwidelike paralysis.
Children are paralyzed like smallpox, leprosy and tuberculosis.
Unconfirmed women: measles, chickenpox, measles, tuberculosis, hepatitis.
As you said just now, HIV, measles, pertussis, German measles, rabies, it\'s just a fact. (END VIDEO CLIP)
Hayes: Now, from an analytical point of view, the Republican despair is politically meaningful.
Today, 538 reports say Democrats have a big chance to win the Republican House, not
Democratic Cook\'s political report has just approached the Republican seat and the Democratic seat.
Utah Republican Congressman Mia Loff is six points behind Utah.
In Montana, Congressman Greg Gianforte, who was linked to his Democratic challenger, was physically attacking a journalist and then lying.
Another new poll shows Iowa Congressman Steve King is only one point ahead of his Democratic opponent in Trump\'s very friendly region.
I will talk more about him and his white nationalism later on the show.
All of this is more about why Republicans are working so hard to build their foundation into a frenzy.
As Hawaiian Democratic Senator Brian Schatz wrote on Twitter, \"Keep in mind that we shut down health care and corruption and they can shut down any toxic racist they want.
Senator Brian Schatz is with me now.
Senator, what do you think about this bizarre, desperate, heated closing debate in the Republican Party? SEN. BRIAN SCHATZ (D)
Hawaii, I think you hit it right in the head.
Very strange, very desperate, very toxic, very terrible.
This shows that Republicans are aware of all their practical ideas, whether they are cutting Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, and what they have done in the last two years, including the largest upward transfer of wealth in the history of the United States, as well as trying to deprive the pre-
Under the existing conditions, they are actually everything that is completely unpopular.
So they lie about their purpose or try to distract us with racism and xenophobia.
Hayes: You know, you mentioned health care.
I think this is my favorite campaign gold block so far.
There are some Republican members of Congress running in a competitive area where Democratic challengers have been saying-they voted to deprive the former
Existing conditions.
All of these Members, I think seven members said at the time, no, I voted for it, and in the fact-finding of the Washington Post, there were four Pinocchios.
This is a lie in itself. It\'s all made up.
The inspectors told them not to say any more. They all refused.
Yes, they-I mean, they only have lies left.
For example, I mean Josh Hawley, the attorney general of Missouri is a person who is suing for the purpose of eliminating the pre-
Existing conditions.
I mean, the courage of these people is incredible, but it does show that they are running out of ideas.
I know how these people work.
They sat down and they tried to figure out what was popular they did, they did a poll and they sat down with their agents and they figured out what they were going to talk about.
If they\'re talking about a convoy of unarmed people 1,000 miles away, and if that\'s what they\'re going to end, it means they\'re nothing, anything they plan to do and anything they do is not welcome, which is why we will end up in the message below.
We will protect your health care, they are corrupt and we stop them here.
Hayes: What do you think of the president\'s appearance in Pittsburgh today?
I noticed that no one else joined him.
Other Republicans and Democrats refused to join him.
Apparently, many people in the community are protesting his appearance today.
What do you think?
SCHATZ: Well, I want to talk about the protests, I just saw
I was moved by the minute clip on your network.
Looking at these people, I almost burst into tears.
This is not a typical political protest. It was quiet.
They are singing.
It is clear that some people are observing their own religious traditions and have a feeling that something more important than politics is happening.
We have to dig into our collective humanity, not just the rejection of the Republican policies of the past two years, not just what they want to do to us in the next two years, now, we must condemn their performance over the past seven days of the campaign.
Yes, what do you mean?
What does it mean if they win like this?
SCHATZ: Well, that means it\'s successful to lie.
This means that racism will succeed.
This means that the attraction of our most basic instinct will be successful.
But keep in mind that all positions are minority.
All of their positions are not welcome.
So the only way they can succeed in this election is if people don\'t show up.
I know it\'s a mid-term election, and I know you know that young people and presidential voters who only show up every four years will not show up, but, if we do, we absolutely have, we can bring this country back.
Hayes: last point, I think you will like this data point.
You talked about health insurance, Social Security and Medicaid.
This was from a producer at our early 32-year voting station in Texas.
Today, Republican women say she is-there is a sign of Pete seshen in her yard, that is, Republicans.
Vote straight for us, but scared by T at the last minuteV.
The email sender said he was going to take social and medical insurance, so she voted for Colin orreid, who is the challenger to the Democratic Party, and I think it might be the music you hear.
Yes, that\'s because it\'s true.
You know, we\'re telling the truth about what they want to do.
This is not a flourishing figure of speech. This is not a point of speech.
This is what Mitch McConnell has promised, and this is what Paul Ryan has been dreaming of since college.
Hayes: sitting around kegs, I think that\'s a phrase, especially the dream of cutting Medicaid.
Thank you, Senator Brian Schatz.
Xia Ze: Thank you.
Hayes: I would like to invite Maria Teresa Kumar, president and CEO of Voto Latino, a contributor to MSNBC and a professor at Princeton University, Eddie Grood, and special offer for The New Yorker
Eddie, let me start with you.
Dave Roberts, you know, is a writer for Vox and I really like the point he made yesterday, which makes me feel very upset-it makes me feel uneasy, it\'s also strange that they don\'t believe it-none of the people who do it seem to believe it.
This is a blatant attempt to manipulate.
There\'s almost a feeling they\'re playing-
When they act, show themselves.
Eddie gloud, MSNBC contributor: Well, Chris, I hope so.
In my opinion, you know Trump\'s script, you know how he ran by describing people as racist-I mean rapists, criminals, you know, they think the script will work, so they will use it eventually.
I think you are absolutely right in the last paragraph.
They can\'t run on their records, they can\'t run on tax cuts, so they run to ugly places and they run to this basic dimension of their base.
But you know, Chris, I\'m just thinking, it\'s a generous article.
For so long, our politics has been somewhat motivated by these implicit calls for white, and I think I may be wrong here, what is hidden behind our politics is now formed.
We see clear calls, not speeches and dog whistles that engage in code coding.
People are now selling in such a way that politics, once exiled to the shadows or margins, is now at the center.
It seems to me that we have to figure out what that means to us.
Hayes: Andrew, I think it\'s very worrying. I think it\'s dangerous. I think it\'s cynical. We\'re going to talk about this team. We\'re going to talk about these immigrants.
We make people feel scared, but the real consequence is.
I mean, the gunman said one thing himself, the assertion, from the angry-
The online racism of the killers is about the Jewish campaign to fund these immigrants.
Andrew malantz, New Yorker\'s special editor: Yes, these \"intruders \".
\"It has very real consequences, so it doesn\'t mean all the people who make some kind of dog --
With regard to globalism, George Soros, or these things that are interpreted as anti-globalization, I think it is usually correct
Flash clan, this does not mean that each of these people is personally responsible for the actions of others, but it does not mean that they will contribute as you said, this toxic stew
All of this is related to each other.
So what Robert Bowles saw on the Gab was related to having the president tweet.
This is related to what is shown in the Drudge Report, all of which infiltrate each other.
So when I talk about George Soros, it\'s not enough to just say George Soros, I mean George Soros, if these people hear the dog whistle, you have to know what you\'re doing.
Hayes: Yes, we should also say that the Republican committee is advertising George Soros behind a lot of money.
It looks like an actual lab and it won\'t be very subtle.
Maria, I want to talk to you about the president telling this.
I think the idea of unilaterally removing innate citizenship is obviously ridiculous and almost insulting because I think it\'s a problem for news organizations.
To some extent, this is ostensibly absurd, and I think it is also an offense, a constitution, and a obvious gimmick, but some people are worried about this. It requires some effort.
Maria Teresa Kumar, president and CEO of voto latino: of course.
But I think what the president can do is basically make slides.
Over the past seven days, he has dominated the news cycle around the issues he cares about, because he recognizes that in order to mobilize his foundation, he needs to show them red meat.
That piece of red meat is a caravan. From now until December, it asked me to send nearly 5,000 soldiers to the border. Recently, it also condemned the innate citizenship.
He obviously can\'t handle the birth citizenship thing, but it provides red meat, which actually ensures the news-the news cycle doesn\'t cover the issues that voters really care about.
You can\'t get too deep into the facts they care about, the fact that tax cuts are not for everyone, and we need some sort of immigration reform.
This basically allows him to dominate the news cycle rather than actually do it.
I think the challenge is that Chris, we do need to have a serious conversation with the inherent right citizenship that he wants to do, but that is not constitutional.
The only way we can make sure we actually set some kind of boundary and checks and balances is to make sure we promote them in different types of Congress.
That\'s what we need to focus on after seven days.
Hayes: that\'s what I said.
I understand your point of view, and I think it is largely correct from the point of view of his dominant attention.
I also think that although he misestimates most people in this country.
There is one-there is a belief that his base wants something like fear, and the army guards the mother of Honduras in the flip --
You know, when most people are away, undo the innate citizenship, Eddie.
I mean, it\'s something I keep coming back to for me.
They think it\'s a smart game or they do it out of desperation.
Most people in this country, in one poll after another, are opposed by almost all.
I think this is absolutely right.
That\'s what happened in November 6, right?
We need to see if people are really selfish.
They are looking at their 401, they are looking at the stock market, although the stock market is not doing very well.
No, no.
If that\'s what they see, Republicans are in trouble.
Yes, that\'s right.
But some people make selfish choices.
They support Donald Trump with noses on their nose.
But I agree with you, Chris, most Americans don\'t support these things.
But what we see is the number of Americans who are willing to do something very terrible, and yes, say something very terrible.
Many of them are dangerous.
So part of what Trump is doing is this dark dimension that attracts American life.
Some things that I am very familiar with others.
We know that violence always happens nearby when people feel insecure and when they feel their way of life is threatened.
So if it was only a moment to be broken, we would see this innocent fantasy, and now we have to face it, even though most countries do not believe in it.
But I will-Chris, I will encourage us to consider voting in advance.
I was in Minnesota.
As of last year, there were only 13 people in the mid-term elections-in fact 13,000 filled out the absentee ballot papers.
As of yesterday, there were more than 43,000 people.
If you look at Texas, their young voters have increased by 500% since 2014.
As of 215%, the Latino population has actually surpassed the vote.
So I encourage the American people to continue to vote-to make sure they vote, because we are at the crossroads in this country right now and we need to stop that hatred-that hatred and racism.
Unfortunately, the president set a tone where he dictated what was OK and what was not.
This is going to get worse unless we actually check there.
Hayes: Andrew, that\'s why I think today\'s protests are so important at this very solemn moment because there\'s an idea, like what you\'re talking about the president is-Semite.
He-he has Jewish grandsons and Jared Kushner, you don\'t know-but the idea is interrelated and everyone\'s fate is round, in terms of toxic substances, it took you so much time to report and observe and they didn\'t do a good job --
The nuances of that world
Malantz: Yes, there is a very strange place-it becomes even more strange when you look at it carefully.
Jared Kushner is not only there today, Steven Miller is there as well, he is Jewish, and he is also close to an open white nationalist, like your power in 2018
Do those people hate Jews? Of course not.
But there\'s an overall theory of what\'s going on in this country, and its core is online white nationalism, which the Jews have funded, and the Jews are trying to bring down white people in this country.
There are a bunch of serious reasons for the mistake, why is that so, and too disgusting to get into T. V.
But this is the key to ideology.
So it\'s not just a random thing.
I have heard that many people know that my relatives and friends say that this kind of beggar\'s faith is meaningless.
Of course, it\'s true, on another level
The Jewish thing is.
Black emotions,
Latino mood
It\'s all one.
Hayes: It\'s about the threat of invasion and the threat to purity.
Maria Teresa Kumar, Eddie gloud, Andrew malantz, thank you all for coming here.
Thank you, Chris.
Hayes: Tonight, the Republican campaign leader in charge of the election of Republicans in Congress accused Congressman Steve King of opposing the position, and I quote him as just white supremacy.
Steve King was fired next time. (
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Hayes: it is finally realized that Steve King, a Republican congressman in Iowa, is a white nationalist.
Now it seems that they are ready to act on it.
Today, Congressman Steve Stivers, who will be the Chai of NRCC, is responsible for getting Republicans elected to the house, almost all of whom are white supremacists.
\"The recent comments, actions and forwarding by Congressman Steve King are totally inappropriate.
We must object to all forms of white supremacy and hatred, which I strongly condemn.
Corporate donors are also abandoning congressional funds.
Today, dairy giants Land O\'Lakes and Purina Petcare received support from King after the technology company Intel released a similar statement yesterday.
Sucheng daily broke the support of the King in the past and turned to support his Democratic opponent J. D. Scholten.
The survey shows that it could be a real game.
Although last week\'s Republican poll showed Kim leading, a Democratic poll found today that the candidate was actually 45-44.
The influential Cook Political Report has now transformed the region from a possible Republican to a Republican.
Now, almost the only person who doesn\'t call Steve King a white nationalist is Steve King.
Although he is also doing hedging.
Today, Kim issued a statement saying that Americans are created equal by God.
Kim added, \"the attack on him was planned by fake news.
\"Joining me is now Judy, founder of Think Progress? Now who writes about the popularity of the newsletter and its tweets yesterday asked why it is possible that blue European Rex gave money to the king to be forwarded more than 11,000 times to get their attention.
I should note that we invited Steve King to the show again, but his campaign was not responded to again.
Jud, you-what do you think about this?
Like-like the mayonnaise jar you\'re trying to get rid of, you\'re squeezing and squeezing, and then it suddenly falls off?
Judd legum, founder of THINKPROGRESS: Yes, I think he might-Steve King has been doing it for years.
You know, you can take a look at his comments on immigration, his comments on minorities, his comments on diversity, but I think we \'ve reached a moment, especially in the weekend attacks, there was such a public acceptance of white nationalism, which was a recognition of the rather open white nationalists of the City of Toronto, you associate this with companies that sell products not only in Steve King District, where Donald Trump won 27 points, but across the country, it becomes untenable.
Hayes: that\'s true, too.
I mean, the Sucheng Daily says that Scholten represents the best option for the fourth congressional district, and the Des Moines Register talks about Steve King hiring his family every year
This is an unusual way.
I think he\'s not doing well in the area right now, partly because he seems to want to perform in the USS.
US ambassador to International white nationalism
Yes, he also spent a lot of time traveling.
He has just traveled around the world in Austria and met with these distant people. right figures.
He did not spend much money on campaign ads.
He never aired.
He spent a lot of money on his family in the campaign.
So even though Donald Trump won a 27-point vote there, as you mentioned, it shows that his Democratic opponent is within one point, so I think anything can happen.
I think you still have to make the king the most popular because his constituency is so bright red, but it\'s a very interesting experiment, about how many white nationalists you can be in the United States and still be elected.
Hayes: we should have noticed that there was an advertisement in that area calling him Klan and the new-Nazi approved.
He spends more and more money on airlines.
I found Steve Stivers\'s comments very notable today.
I mean, obviously, they already knew.
They know who that guy is and they know what he says.
But the timing is interesting, especially because if it looks like the King needs to be rescued, he will take the money to the rescue.
But the Cavalry hasn\'t come yet.
I think they are very clear about it.
Obviously, he believes-I think Stivers believes that King may make his job in a number of other regions that remain competitive by being part of the Republican Party.
But what I find interesting is that your voice is really exciting.
You haven\'t really seen what Paul Ryan is saying, aside from the gentlest comments.
You haven\'t seen Kevin McCarthy, who may be the party leader after Ryan retires-head of the House caucus.
So Steve King is still ingrained in the Republican House and still has the tasks of these committees, so we saw Twitter, but I didn\'t see much support.
Hayes: this is a good point of view, which is basically the case for everyone (INAUDIBLE)
In the last part of his career.
But I should say, especially in the last year or two, when it\'s a little angry, you know, supporting the white nationalist Toronto people, you know, I believe this crazy thing about him going to Poland and visiting the deaf camp, but he said he kind of wanted to ask about the polls there, not just the Jews.
It\'s getting weird, and I think it\'s more offensive, and we \'ve basically heard the Republican radio silence.
Yes, I think it\'s because of Donald Trump.
I think it\'s true-I think Steve King has always been this person.
He\'s been believing in the signs we \'ve seen over the years, but I think Donald Trump really gave him permission to show his true self.
Just a few weeks ago, when Donald Trump visited Iowa, he spoke out to Steve King.
That hasn\'t been given yet, and he has given Donald Trump any pause.
So, until the Republicans fix it, until they realize that a lot of what Steve King says flows up and down the Republican leadership, you know, I don\'t know how good it will be.
Hayes: it may not be surprising that Steve King sponsored a legislation to end the innate civil rights, as I said today.
Justice Legum, thank you for being with me.
Thank you, Chris.
Hayes: Next is the latest incredible attempt by Congressman Adam Shiff to stop Robert Mueller.
The next story(
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Hayes: The special prosecutor\'s office has asked the FBI to investigate what seems right --
Pay people to spread false allegations of sexual harassment or sexual assault against Robert Miller.
Frankly, the details of all this are too pathetic, but a special adviser\'s spokesperson told NBC News, \"when we learned last week that there were allegations that women were being offered money to make false accusations against the special adviser, we immediately referred the matter to the FBI for investigation.
Now join my California Congressman Adam healf, a senior member of the House Intelligence Committee.
Congressman, first of all, let\'s start with this strange, obvious conspiracy to slander Robert Mueller.
What do you think? REP. ADAM SCHIFF, (D)
California: Well, if that\'s true, it\'s just a sign that Mueller is going to report another kind of scared person.
It is clear that there are a lot of rumors that there may be a report after the election.
I don\'t know how imminent it is, but it is clear that there are a lot of people in the Trump world who are fearful about what the special adviser may find, what he is prepared to say, this is part of his effort to tarnish his character.
If they cannot impeach his findings, they will try to impeach him.
So it looks like they will do their best to pay the woman to make false accusations against him.
If this is true, attacking his character is just another reprimand effort.
Hayes: I would like to know if you think the president\'s attack on the special adviser\'s office and Mueller specifically encouraged private citizens to personally deal with the problem in the way we saw it last time with one of the president\'s most ardent supporters and a pipe bomb for a week.
Shiff: You know, sadly, I don\'t think there\'s a tone set like the president of the United States, and usually it\'s not a problem, but it\'s a big problem for this president.
He encouraged the split state, incited his supporters, and encouraged by praising the violence against journalists, and you know, all of this hype about the convoy, with a unwavering attitude, the group fled the violence 1,000 miles from us.
I think this week\'s hype about the devastating consequences of this threat.
But, yes, all these attacks on Mueller, all the green light he gave to his most ardent supporters was to engage in any kind of behavior that would bring him down, and I think it would be a result.
Hayes: there is news today that the Miller team has re-interviewed Steve Bannon.
Over the past few weeks, we \'ve got some Didi, Didi news because the office has been largely silent about their performance targeting Roger Stone in public.
Is this surprising for you, or is this what you expect?
Shifu: It\'s not surprising to me.
There are many clues to Miller\'s investigation.
It is clear that quite a few of them are related to the issue of collusion or collusion.
The difficulty with Roger Stone\'s entire investigation lead is that he denies that Roger Stone is for Bob Miller, so many people around him are so skeptical that it will be a challenging task to sort out the facts from the novel.
This is one of the reasons why we urge our committee to provide Bob Miller with a stone transcript so that Bob Miller can determine whether Stone is honest with us or has committed perjury before our committee
But there is no doubt that there has been a lot of suspicious communications being mentioned publicly between Stone and WikiLeaks, Guccifer 2.
0, this is basically the Russian GRU unit that runs this secret effort.
So I\'m not surprised at all, but I think it\'s really one of the many leads Mueller has been pursuing.
Hayes: I think there is one thing that has been lost a bit, because the little bit of news about the stone is that the stone is a very obvious factual agent of the movement, the president\'s ally, his advisor.
If he was found to be colluding with foreign entities, that would be an obstacle, right?
Hef: Well, that certainly means that members of the Trump campaign have colluded with Russians.
If he contacts WikiLeaks or Guccifer to discuss what is helpful for the campaign, what is helpful for Donald Trump, and when certain information is disclosed.
If there was any coordination at the time, yes, it would be evidence of collusion or collusion between the Russians and the campaign.
I am sure they will do everything they can to keep the distance.
All of a sudden, they will tell us that they have never heard of Roger Stone.
They don\'t know Roger Stone.
The president is even prepared to write off his campaign president if necessary.
We have to see if this thread will bring back people closer to the president and if he is willing to try to write them off as well.
Hayes: What are your expectations? The country is holding midterm elections.
I think this is very worrying, especially since the president and the Republican Party have chosen the way to run in this case, what does that lame duck look like?
Because all of a sudden, the next day, many things are back in focus until the end of the year, and you will have the same majority control of the Republican Party?
Shiff: Well, I guess what happens if the house is flipped, obviously we\'re waiting for what happens a week later, but if it does, that would mean, in the budget negotiations immediately after the election, the Democratic Party\'s bargaining power will increase.
On that table, our voice will be stronger.
My guess is that we will clean up as much as we can before the end of the year so that we can start again in the new year.
If there is a change in the House, both sides will be motivated to come to the table.
Republicans will know if they will become better in the new year.
Democrats will be interested in clearing the deck.
So if the House is controlled by the Democrats and if the Senate controls it too, it could be productive.
Hayes: If Republicans keep a majority in the house, what do you think this will signal to their powers?
HIFF: Well, you know, then I think the Republicans have come to the conclusion that Donald Trump has been proven right, whatever we see from the Republicans about the faint behavior of the President, we can expect it to disappear completely.
If we think the president is out of control right now, we can only imagine what he would look like if he felt that the election was right.
So, this is one of the many reasons I think this is one of the most important mid-term elections that any of us will be in, because the consequences will be serious.
We either check the president in the form of at least one house, or in the hands of a party that has no power in the White House, otherwise, we will have a Donald Trump with almost unfettered authority.
Hayes: OK, Congressman Adam Shiff, thank you very much.
Shifu: Thank you.
Hayes: there\'s some real good news for Democrats in the heated Senate campaign, plus, we\'re only seven days away from election day.
In addition, the first thing tonight, the second thing starts next. (
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Hayes: first thing tonight, you may remember one of the things we did here last week, that is, Donald Trump and the Saudi arms deal that will initially create 40,000
But every time Trump talks about it, he raises that number. (
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Trump: I am working very hard to get orders for the military.
$110 billion.
I believe this is the biggest order ever.
This is 450,000 jobs.
Their order is huge, $110 billion.
Every country in the world wants this order.
This is 500,000 jobs.
We ordered $450 billion worth of stuff from a very wealthy country, Saudi Arabia, 600,000 jobs, maybe more than that.
This is equipment and various items ordered from Saudi Arabia, $450 billion.
I think it\'s more than a million jobs.
I think it\'s a million jobs, millions to millions of jobs. (END VIDEO CLIP)
Hayes: As we said last week, all of his data is problematic.
So today, Reuters got the question.
How many jobs will the arms trade actually create?
The answer is between zero and millions or more.
It\'s the second one in 60 seconds. (
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Hayes: So after President Trump said the Saudi arms deal would create millions to millions of jobs, Reuters began to find real answers from defense contractors that actually employ all of these people. Spoiler alert.
Trump\'s numbers and reality are not the same zip code.
Reuters saw an internal document from top defense contractor Lockheed Martin, which, by the way, profited from Saudi Arabia\'s ongoing war in Yemen and predicted that it would create less than 1,000 jobs.
Lockheed expects the deal to remain at $18,000. S.
The workers are busy, but all of this will only be achieved if the whole package is combined, and experts say it is impossible.
Reuters also spoke to people familiar with the planning of Raytheon, another major contractor, who said that if Saudi orders were executed, it could help maintain about $10,000. S.
But the number of new jobs is only a small part of it.
Now, you might want to know what the work is next to each other?
I\'m glad you asked.
A researcher told Reuters that the highest multiplier for such industries is about three times.
In the month, Reuters estimated that there were about 20,000 to 40,000 new jobs that continued. The Saudi defense industry participated in the transaction, a total of 64,000 to 128,000 work-related industries, making the total number, the same, only the whole deal is done-that shouldn\'t, by the way, because the Saudis are currently starving the Yemeni to 84,000 to 168,000 ongoing new jobs, the proportion of these new jobs is also very small.
We laugh at Trump\'s absurd lies from time to time, but in the end it is important to remember that, in fact, these lies are absurd. (
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Trump: I think it\'s millions of jobs, millions to millions of jobs. (
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Hayes: Attorney General Jeff Sessions yesterday told The Local Lawyers Chapter of the conservative federal Association in Boston about the future of religious freedom, when he was interrupted by a Methodist priest. (
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Jeff Sessions, United States of AmericaS.
Attorney general: they . . . . . . One reason for the unidentified male is: I\'m hungry and you didn\'t feed me.
I\'m a stranger. You don\'t welcome me.
I\'m naked and you don\'t dress me.
I\'m a stranger. You don\'t welcome me.
Woman: Thank you.
Meeting: Thank you for your comments.
I\'m in jail. You didn\'t come to see me.
Brother Jeff, as a member of the United Methodist Church, I call on you to repent.
Prepare for those in need.
Remember that you are hurting the body of Christ when you do not care about others.
SESSIONS: Well, thank you for your comments and attacks.
But I just want to tell you that we do our best every day. (END VIDEO CLIP)
Hayes: Did you hear it there?
The justice minister, Jeff Sessions, said it was an attack.
He thanked you for your comments and attacks.
It was a priest who quoted Jesus in the Bible in an activity on religious freedom.
After Pastor Green was escorted out by police, another religious leader stood up, which is why members of the Federalist Association booed the words of Jesus Christ.
Man: Go home.
A minister . . . . . . Unidentified male: go home.
Unidentified male: free exercise of religious belief.
This is a person . . . . . . Crowd :(BOOING)
Unidentified male :. . . . . . Represents the Christian tradition. (END VIDEO CLIP)
Hayes: there is an intention in this political moment to promote intolerance, doubt, fear and hatred.
The only antidote is to use water to put out that fire and to cultivate the values of compassion, compassion and solidarity.
Americans have a chance to define our values in just seven days. That`s next. (
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Hayes: seven days before election day, donald Trump plans to hold at least 11 rallies in eight states-Missouri, twice, West Virginia, Montana, Indiana, Georgia, Ohio, Tennessee and Florida.
The problem is that the White House seems to have abandoned the house, at least in the case of the President\'s deployment, in exchange for doing everything possible to maintain a Republican majority in the Senate.
But at the end of this
The White House seems to have ignored Arizona, and it\'s strange that Democrat Kyrsten Sinema is six points higher than Republican Martha McSally in the new tune for NBC News.
Talking about race and the situation in other countries here, Jenna Johnson, national political correspondent for The Washington Post;
The New York Times national political and political reporter Esther heendon.
Jane, let me start with you.
The very ambitious schedule proposed by the president, which does seem to be very focused on the Senate, I think Arizona\'s vote is the first very good voting number in the Senate Democratic election for a while, it was fun for me and he wouldn\'t go there.
Jenna Johnson of The Washington Post: That\'s right.
I mean, the Democrats are a little nervous after so much early momentum.
They think things are really shrinking.
Arizona is a place they really want to win.
Polls now show that Sinema has risen.
But it all boils down to the fact that voters actually appear and vote when they vote early on election day.
In Arizona, voters who might make a difference are Latino voters, women, non-partisan, and all those who are quite shocked by what the president says and does. HAYES: Right.
Johnson: everything that has happened in the past few weeks, you will think it will increase the motivation to go out and vote.
Hayes: Yes, it will be interesting.
I mean, when you look at their travel schedule, the White House calculation is that the president can mobilize his base.
There is no calculation of whether there will be an equal or opposite reaction.
New York Times: That\'s right.
This is something the White House has hardly ever thought.
The president must have a base where he mobilizes, and he thinks these people will be as vital as you say, especially in the Senate.
But there may also be an equal or even greater reaction in these places, and that\'s what Democrats want.
In these Senate campaigns, you are in places like Missouri or Arizona, you have minority voters, young voters, among those college voters who may not have come out in these midterm elections.
Donald Trump has held several rallies in your state, and last week, it could be the last bit of effort you need to move from a possible Democratic voter to a real Democratic voter.
Hayes: well, so I think it\'s interesting to have a trip to Florida twice.
You know, the other states -- the other states he\'s going to -- West Virginia, he won 30 points.
He won a few points in Florida.
It is not clear that sending the president to Florida is clearly a positive result.
Herndon: there is the opposite situation on the other side of Gillum.
He will bring President Obama out on Friday.
You have double power, double alliance. HAYES: Right.
Herndon: We\'re going to see who\'s actually taking action there, early voting shows people there are up and full of energy, but you have to wonder if this is coming from the general election crowd, these people will vote in any way, or these people are new voters, people who are mobilized, who may not have come out before.
Hayes: You know, Jenna, part of the laser.
Like the Democratic Party\'s focus on health care for every race.
I mean, the consistency of information delivery is very significant.
Jon Tester, who got three points today against Matt Rosdale (ph)
I think this is probably the most eye-catching Medical ad in this cycle.
Let me play and hear what you think. Take a listen. (
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Montana: when I lost my finger on this meat grinder, I was 9 years old.
My parents paid for the hospital because our health care doesn\'t include anything.
It\'s garbage insurance.
Thank God Montana got rid of the junk healthcare program a long time ago until our insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale (ph)
Let them come back.
My opponents are pushing to allow the insurance company to refuse to cover the pre-existing situation.
I\'m Jon Tester and I\'m in favor of this message because it\'s something Montana voters need to hear before it\'s too late. (END VIDEO CLIP)
Hayes: It\'s really nice to go there.
But this is the personal testimony you can get.
Johnson: It\'s very personal.
The reason Democrats are so focused on health care is that this is a real concern for voters.
As early as 2016, Republicans began to discuss the abolition of the health care bill.
Voters hate the affordable care bill.
They want something better.
The Republicans are on stage.
Voters saw what the alternative was, they didn\'t like it, and they suddenly realized that while they weren\'t crazy about ACA, they liked it more than the Republicans had proposed.
Health care is now a Republican problem.
We \'ve seen a lot of Republican candidates, the governor of Wisconsin and Senate candidate Josh Holly in Missouri pop up and talk about how they will protect pre-existing conditions.
You know, it\'s a private issue for a lot of people. HAYES: Yeah.
Johnson: It\'s surprising that all the candidates suddenly had relatives who existed before. HAYES: Yes.
Johnson: It\'s a parade.
Hayes: I have to say that as a journalist, I have been covering the health care struggle for most of my career as an adult, and watching this movie is whi.
I mean, in Idaho today, deep red Idaho, Governor Butch Ott wants to expand Medicaid now.
There is a voting initiative-there is a voting initiative in a group of red states with Medicaid expansion, which is like a Grand Slam --
Dunk for Republicans for years.
They must be thinking about what\'s going on.
I mean, it happened last year.
What happened was that Republicans actually had election numbers and were able to act on them and people got up.
They forced Republicans to actually backtrack the message, and they heard it.
People like Susan Collins say it\'s the most proud vote she\'s ever had.
Hayes: against abolition.
Herndon: against the repeal, but you also have some people from deep red states, people like Scott Walker, who are now playing ads saying they will be best suited to help those who already exist
Hayes: Did you hear the news from the voters who ran?
Herndon: That\'s right.
Voters are very motivated by health care.
This is one of the most important policy issues you see, even more important than taxes or anything else.
Hayes: Yes, I think that\'s another theme for the whole season.
Thank you, Janet Johnson and Esther Herndon.
If it\'s Tuesday, which means we have a new episode of our podcast, why is this happening?
The guests this week really surprised me, and if you listen, you say, wow, wow, it\'s crazy.
Michael Tessler broke the narrative of the political rise of white identity and began with Donald Trump\'s election, and as Tessler showed, there are more stories in reality.
You can check it out on the Apple podcast or anywhere else.
This is an interesting reward.
When you download, it seems to me that you should also look at the first two episodes of the wonderful new podcast bagman completed by the only Rachel McDo.
As it happens, Rachel Mado\'s show starts right now.
Good evening, Rachel.
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