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BILL CLINTON (D), 42ND PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: What it means is, I will give you the economy you had 50 years ago and I will move you back up on the social totem pole and other people down.

O'REILLY (voice-over): Bill Clinton implying the phrase make America great again is racist. But, wait, there may be a problem.

CLINTON: There is a lot of problems.

O'REILLY: We'll have a special report, tonight.

DONALD TRUMP (R), PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: It's just incredible what's happening to our country, and we have got to stop it, and we will stop it, 100 percent.

O'REILLY: Donald Trump holding a big rally in Florida this evening. We will show you some of it as it happens.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I'm not against the military. I'm not against, you know, the police, you know, or America. I'm just against social injustice.

O'REILLY: Also ahead, another NFL player refusing to stand during the national anthem but wait until you hear this guy's back story. The FACTOR investigation.


O'REILLY: Caution, you are about to enter the No Spin Zone. THE FACTOR begins right now.

Hi, I'm Bill O'Reilly. Thanks for watching us tonight. We have a Donald Trump rally in Florida about to get underway. And we will show you some of that a little bit later on. But, first, the Talking Points Memo. What you would like to know about Hillary Clinton.

Rosemary Browning who lives in Murfreesboro, Tennessee asked, "What is Hillary Clinton's stand on Black Lives Matter?"

Mostly supportive, Rosemary even though her husband scolded the group for interrupting his speech. No Democratic candidate would dare call out Black Lives Matter and Mrs. Clinton is no exception.


HILLARY CLINTON (D), PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: Young people have taken to the streets, dignified and determined, urging us to affirm the basic fact that Black Lives Matter.


I will never stop working on issues of equality and opportunity, race and justice.


O'REILLY: Second question from Cynthia and John Mesher who live in Ocean View, Delaware. "There has been some speculation about Hillary Clinton's health. When did she last release her medical records?"

Secretary Clinton's doctor Lisa Bardack released a summary of Mrs. Clinton's health in July of 2015. She has seasonal allergies and hypothyroidism. But generally, said the doctor, she is in good health.

Hillary Rooney who lives in Stuart, Florida wants to know, "How did Hillary Clinton get a concussion that occurred just before she was about to testify on the Benghazi situation?"

In December 2012, Secretary Clinton fainted, while sick with a stomach virus. She fell and sustained a concussion. During treatment, a blood clot was discovered in her skull and was neutralized with blood thinners. Mrs. Clinton's testimony on Benghazi had to be delayed because of that. Later, she told the FBI she could not recall some of the briefings she received around the time of the concussion.

Joe Shriver from Costa Rica. "Why did Hillary Clinton not respond to former Ambassador Christopher Stevens' recommendation to move the U.S. intelligence facility in Benghazi?"

We can find no evidence the ambassador ever made such a request. He did, however, ask for increased security for American personnel in Libya. That was denied by undersecretary of state Patrick Kennedy. Secretary Clinton was asked about the security screw up at the House Benghazi hearings.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: You know how many security requests there were in the first quarter of 2012?

HILLARY CLINTON (D), PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: For everyone or for Benghazi?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I'm sorry, yes ma'am. Related to Benghazi in Libya. Do you know how many there were?

CLINTON: No, I do not know.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: There were just over 100 plus. On the second quarter, do you know how many there were?

CLINTON: No, I do not.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Ma'am, there were 172ish. Had been 171 or 173. How many were there in July and August and then in that week and a few days before the attacks, do you know?

CLINTON: There were a number of them, I know that.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Yes, ma'am, 83 by our counted.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: That's over 600 requests. You have testified here this morning that you had none of those reach your desk, is that correct, also?

CLINTON: Yes. That's correct.


O'REILLY: Bottom-line, former secretary of state maintains she was unaware of any security requests from Libya.

Sue Boyd writes from Las Vegas. "What was the flesh colored device in Hillary Clinton's ear when she was talking to Matt Lauer earlier this week."

The Clinton campaign denies any device was in Mrs. Clinton's ear. They say it was a lighting reflection that gave rise to the assertion. Now, tonight, I have to confess I do have a -- right here. So they -- the director can yell at me, his name is Chet. I will give you his home address at the end of the program.

All right. Ronald Angeles (ph) who lives in Stanford, Connecticut, wants to know what Hillary Clinton's association with the radical writer Saul Alinsky was. Hillary Clinton did her college thesis on Wellesley on Mr. Alinsky, a very far left guy. She interviewed him and said nice things about him. He offered her a job which she turned down to attend Yale Law School. Ironically in high school, Hillary Clinton was a big Barry Goldwater supporter. About as far as away from Sal Alinsky as one can possibly get.

Next question from Tony Ford who lives in Las Vegas as well. "What are the facts in Hillary Clinton's leaving the Watergate investigation?"

She left because President Nixon resigned. As an attorney working for the House Judiciary Committee, her work was over when Nixon took off in that helicopter and departed for California. Now, there were reports she was fired from her job. Those are not true.

John Chevette who lives in Maine wants to know if an American citizen can sue Hillary Clinton or any other official if they don't like their conduct in office. In 1985 the Supreme Court decision makes it almost impossible to win a legal judgment against a government official over job performance. A lot of mumbo jumbo in a ruling but that's the end game.

And finally Dr. Corrine Michaels from Manhasset, New York wants to know where Brian Pagliano is. Mr. Pagliano, a long-time aide to Hillary Clinton worked at the State Department and handled her private server at her Chappaqua, New York home. The FBI granted Pagliano immunity in the email case. But what he told the bureau remains a mystery. And where he is right now, also a mystery. Very good questions.

In fact, I'm going to give a copy of my new book "Killing the Rising Sun" to Cynthia and John Mesher who asked about Mrs. Clinton's medical records, that's a very important thing.

Now on Monday, we will answer questions about Donald Trump. You remember him. What do you want to know about Trump? It will be in the talking points memo same format. Okay?

Next on the rundown, Bill Clinton suggesting that the phrase make America great again is a racist code. And then later, taking it to Florida live where Mr. Trump holding a rally this evening. That as THE FACTOR continues all across the U.S.A.


O'REILLY: "Campaign 2016" segment tonight, former President Bill Clinton is a very smart guy and he is campaigning for his wife all across the country. But Mrs. Clinton did something not so smart on Wednesday.


BILL CLINTON: This message where I will give you America great again is if you are a white southerner, you know exactly what it means, don't you? What it means is, I will give you your economy you had 50 years ago and I will move you back up on the social totem pole and other people down.


O'REILLY: The problem with that is two-fold. Bill Clinton has no right to brand the current phrase make America Great Again as racist. Purely conjecture on his part and irresponsible. Also, he said those words.


BILL CLINTON: I believe that together we can make America great again.

I want to attack these problems and make America great again.

To secure a better future for your children and your grandchildren and to make America great again.

It's time for another come back. Time to make America great again. I know Hillary's the one who can do it.


O'REILLY: Joining us now from Los Angeles, civil rights Attorney Leo Terrell. That was pretty dumb on Clinton's part. Was it not, Counselor?

LEO TERRELL, CIVIL RIGHTS ATTORNEY: I respectfully disagree, Bill. It's the man behind the word. Bill Clinton -- blacks love Bill Clinton. Blacks love Hillary Clinton. Blacks are the ones who put Hillary in this current situation by winning by these victories that she had in the South in these Southern primaries. Blacks have had a great relationship with Bill Clinton during his administration. Unemployment was lower among the black community and income rise. On the other hand, Bill, respectfully, if you look at the words that Donald Trump is using the last 15 months. His attacks against Muslim, racial discrimination lawsuits. Blacks and minorities do not trust Donald Trump. That's why it's perfectly okay.

O'REILLY: Okay. But you're making it a political thing, and I'm not making it a political thing. I'm saying that when you have a slogan make America great again and Clinton is implying that it's racist, that is his opinion but it's based on nothing but politics. And, you know, he said it. You could say the same thing about him. Now, you don't believe that he is a guy that is racist. Neither do I. I don't think Bill Clinton is a racist. But I don't think the slogan make America great again has anything to do with race at all. Zero. And he is making it in to that. And I think it's wrong.

TERRELL: If we just take the word itself, we cannot distinguish the words from the person. And what I'm submitting to you, Bill, is that people -- some people can use that phrase and the idea of racism would not exist. Other individuals, for example, could you think David Duke could honestly use that same statement and get away with it? It depends on the author and the person who is articulating the words.

O'REILLY: No, it doesn't because in this case --

TERRELL: It doesn't?

O'REILLY: No. Because in this case you had a politician Donald Trump using the phrase to brand his campaign. And so then Donald Trump goes to Detroit and he says listen, if you elect me I'm going to bring jobs, more jobs to Detroit. Better paying jobs and I'm going to devote a lot of federal money to improving education and school choice and charter schools. And he goes in and that will make America great again in that context. And you are reading some racist thing into that, are you really?

TERRELL: Well, I am not reading just by itself. The words alone, make America great. Those four words, no. But what I'm saying is, how you can ignore the person because --

O'REILLY: Because I just told you the context of what he said to the Black community under the banner of make America great again. That's what he said. He went there and he said it. Is there a racist component to that?

TERRELL: Well, you are asking me then to ignore credibility.

O'REILLY: No, I'm asking you to put things into perspective. Bill Clinton takes the phrase and he says it's -- implies it's racist. That's what he did. It's cheap. It's cheap. He shouldn't do it. The President is better than that. And now I gave you a perfect example of how Donald Trump used the phrase make America great again in Detroit to try to say to African-Americans I will help you and here is how I will do it. So, how can you possibly equate racism with it?

TERRELL: Okay. You are asking me to narrowly take the words itself and I will concede the words alone not enough. But you are asking me to ignore the recipient or the author of the statement.

O'REILLY: I'm asking you to repudiate anyone taking words and applying a racial component to them where none exists. That's what I am asking you to do. Repudiate it and you are a smart guy and you know I'm right.

TERRELL: Well, you are asking me to ignore the person who articulates the words?

O'REILLY: If you don't want to support Donald Trump that's fine. But what I'm telling you that what Bill Clinton did was cheap.

TERRELL: And I'm saying to you that I think Bill Clinton had a positive motive.

O'REILLY: Yes, to get his wife elected. That's what his motive was.


And he is so smart he doesn't have to do that. He didn't have to do that. But just stick to the issues. He is a smart guy. He doesn't have to lower himself to branding people racist by using a slogan out of context. That's insane.

TERRELL: But Bill, don't you think other people can understand the motivation as to why Bill said that?

O'REILLY: No, I can't. Because there is no validity to why he did it. To insinuate a racial component to the phrase make America great again is off the charts dumb. I will give you the last word.

TERRELL: So, okay, so there is no misunderstanding. I agree the words alone, I agree with you. But I will ask you to consider that you have to look at the person who is articulating the words. And therefore, there is a basis for them.

O'REILLY: All right. Counselor, good debate. Thank you. Directly ahead. Donald Trump holding a rally in Florida right now. We will take you down there and we will get a look. Then, later, NFL running back -- I'm sorry, NFL player refusing to stand during the national anthem. But this guy has quite a history. We have been investigating. Those reports up ahead.


O'REILLY: "Impact" segment tonight. Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have had a lively week. Mr. Trump in Northwest Florida tonight right now rally underway in Pensacola. So, let's listen to a little bit of it.


DONALD TRUMP (R), PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: The fact that so many encrusted old political insiders oppose this incredible campaign, this incredible movement is the best proof you will ever need that we are fighting for real change, not partisan change, not change for the donors. We're fighting for all Americans, Democrats, Republicans, Independents, conservatives, liberals, even liberals. Who failed us in this corrupt, corrupt, corrupt system. We're fighting for everyone who doesn't have a voice.

And I will tell you the campaign contributions coming in are unbelievable. Small donors, $61 a pop.


And I'm spending my money. I'm spending a fortune. I am spending a lot. I'm putting up my money. And we're being helped by small donors and we're setting records and we have done some job. But I will say if we don't make it, despite what they say, if we don't make it, they are all saying it doesn't matter what you've done has never been done before, it's one of the great phenomenons. Let me tell you, if we don't make it --

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: You're going to make it.

It's the greatest waste of time, energy, and money than I can ever think of. I will tell you.


If we don't make it. But we're going to make it. And polls came out today.


Polls came out today where we are up in Ohio, we are up in Florida, we're up in North Carolina. Up. We're up nationwide. CNN two days ago. Up nationwide. So I just want to tell you folks, we are getting there we've been abused long enough. As a country, we've been abused long enough. We're also fighting for every region of this country. For every part of Florida and every single part of America from Pensacola, great place.


To Pittsburgh, from Baltimore, to Baton Rouge, we're fighting for every last city and every last person in the country. Everybody.


Hillary Clinton, and you can see that from those emails.


Is a very dishonest candidate of the past. Ours is the campaign of the future. In this future, we're going to pursue new trade policies that put American workers first. And we're going to keep our jobs in our country. We're not going to let them take our jobs anymore, folks. We're not going to let it happen. It's been happening long enough. And the reason they don't do anything about it is because the special interests and the donors control our politicians and they control Hillary Clinton and it's never ever going to happen.

Take a look at New York State. When she was the senator from New York State, she campaigned by saying that she was going to bring jobs back to New York State. New York State is a disaster. She got elected. She did nothing. She said see you later in four years. She got elected, take a look at what happened to New York State. The jobs left. The jobs left. Worse than just about any place in the country. She didn't do a thing. It was all talk and no action. And that's what's going to happen here. She is all talk. She's no action. Believe me, she wouldn't know a job if it stared her in the face. I will be.


I will be the greatest jobs president that God ever created. That I can tell you.


And, by the way, is there any place better, safer, or more fun to be than at a Trump rally, right? Right? Having a good time.


To all the people that got NAFTA wrong and, by the way, signed by Bill Clinton, perhaps the worst trade deals ever made in the history, not of the country, in the history of the world. There has never been a deal so bad as NAFTA. It's a one-way highway out of this country for our jobs and for our money. And we're going to renegotiate that one very quickly. Let me tell you.


And then you look at what's happening with China. And they are trying to give us the Transpacific Partnership now which will be a total disaster.


That Hillary Clinton called the gold standard. Barack Obama wants it. He is pressing it. It will be -- and I say this, nothing can be as bad as NAFTA, but it's going to be pretty close. So I just want to tell you we're not approving the Transpacific Partnership, just another catastrophe.


Our trade deficit, with the world, with the world, all this work, our trade deficit, with the world is almost $800 billion a year. You think we have good negotiators? We have lost one-third of our manufacturing jobs since Bill and Hillary Clinton gave us NAFTA. China is manipulating its currency and taking our jobs. That's called cheating. Believe me, I have great relationships with China. Done many deals with China. Made a fortune with China. Have the largest bank in the world, which is from China as one of my tenants. They're excellent and they just renewed their lease. I can't believe it but they just renewed their lease.

So lots of condos to China. We can do great with China. And I'm not blaming China. I'm blaming our leaders for being so stupid.


We're going to stop companies from leaving our country and keep those jobs right here in Pensacola. But right here in America.


The era of economic surrender is over. We will also have a very, very strong border.


That stops people and drugs and those drugs are poisoning our youth and poisoning our people from illegally pouring into our country. And we will build the wall and Mexico will pay for the wall.


We're losing our jobs, folks. We're losing our jobs. And it's all so easy. When a company makes product and they fire all their people in the United States and they announce they are moving, as an example, to Mexico, we have to let them know there are consequences when they think they are going to sell their product back into our country. Very soon.

And when we tell them the consequences are 35 percent tax to cross a now very strong border, when we become president. And the border patrol agent 16500 endorsed Donald Trump. They have never done that before. Never done it before for a presidential candidate. And when these companies that want to leave and then think they are going to sell their product to us, no problem, just come across. The suckers, you know, they call us the suckers. Not going to happen. And, let me tell you. When they hear there is a tax to pay to get their product into the country, guess what?

They're not going to be leaving, folks 100 percent. They're never leaving. Right now you are being drained. As you stand here tonight, you have companies from this area and from all areas of the country, negotiating deals to move out of the United States. Let me tell you something. When I'm president, that's not going to happen. So easy. So easy. So easy. And the reason other people don't bring it up including your wonderful politicians and including your so-called leader, if you can call him a leader.


If you can call him a leader, is that they're controlled by their donors and their special interests. They don't want it brought up. They'll talk about it but they're not going to do anything. Me, I'm not controlled, folks. Me, I'm not controlled. We're going to take care of that. We're going to take care of that situation so quickly and you're going to be so happy. And you're going to know you're going to have your company here for a long time. Believe me. In this new future, we are going to raise your wages. You're going to have competition. People are going to be looking for many employees. They are going to be looking -- companies. Companies. Are going to be looking for people to work in that company.

Right now, you can't get a job. And all our good jobs are gone. Household incomes are over $4,000 less today than they were 16 years ago. Think of it. My tax, energy, immigration, regulation reform, which is a huge problem will get your salaries and your wages up, up, up. Remember, many people, 18 years ago, in this room, were making more money in wage. They were making more money than they're making today. And today they're working two jobs. Now, they are getting older and they're working harder. It's supposed to be the other way. So, we're going to bring your jobs back. You're going to have your choice and you're going to do it very well. And you're going to say November 8th was a very important day. Very important day.

O'REILLY: So there you go. Donald Trump in Florida. Hitting on economics and he has to win the sunshine state if he wants to be president.

Plenty more ahead as THE FACTOR moves along this evening. That NFL player who did not stand during the national anthem last night has a very interesting history. We will tell you all about it.

And President Obama threatening North Korea after they ignite a nuke. Do you think they are frightened over there? We hope you stay tuned for those reports.


O'REILLY: "Personal Story" segment tonight. Let's bring in Geraldo Rivera who has been listening to the Trump rally in Florida. One of the phrases. You know, it was pretty much the same standard Trump speech -- stump speech. That was a little Freudian slip. He said, we have been abused long enough as a country. Do you feel America is abused?

GERALDO RIVERA, FOX NEWS SENIOR CORRESPONDENT: I absolutely do not. And, you know, I don't get the driving down America theme. First of all, I think that he did the Value Voters Summit earlier today in D.C.

O'REILLY: Right. Right.

RIVERA: That was a much more, I think, professionally presented speech. It was aimed at the evangelical audience. It was more disciplined. It seemed more scripted.

O'REILLY: Yes. He wrote it right. This was off the cuff.

RIVERA: This was the classic Trump speech as you say. But he did it also in Pensacola, which my friend John Rich of Big and Rich calls the capital of the Redneck Riviera. The Clinton clip you played when Bill Clinton got in trouble by, you know, allowing others to dredge up the old clips where he said make America great again.


RIVERA: He, Clinton, was in Orlando, I think that's where the election will be decided.

O'REILLY: In the super parts of the state.

RIVERA: I-4 corridor from Orlando to Tampa, the Hispanic, it's a much more diverse audience. Pensacola, he has got those people in the bag just as he has the evangelicals who were in D.C. today.

O'REILLY: But he basically has turned it around in the last 10 days. Trump has turned. Because he had a rough August. And now the polls, as he said today, are going up. They are all going up for him. Why?

RIVERA: Well, I think that Kellyanne Conway has brought a discipline to the campaign that did not exist. She really has.

O'REILLY: That's his manager.

RIVERA: She is the campaign manager. She has given him a gravitas that he previously had hinted at from time to time but was so erratic and so undisciplined.

O'REILLY: It's his presentation rather than Hillary Clinton's troubles that's driving him?

RIVERA: I think that Hillary Clinton, the emails in Benghazi and all that other stuff that I don't appreciate at all has been around. That's almost a constant. I think that what has changed is that Donald Trump has changed. The worse thing ironically that I think that has happened to Donald Trump recently was sitting down with you. When you asked Donald Trump about how birtherism has affected his status among African-American voters, and he film flopped around and --

O'REILLY: Well, he said he didn't know.

RIVERA: First one to bring it up in a long time. But what you did, I think, and I'm sure you didn't foresee this is you gave the mainstream media something that they could finally use to stop Trump's momentum.

O'REILLY: No, I don't see it that way.

RIVERA: You see it everywhere.

O'REILLY: Look, the questions have to be asked, number one.

RIVERA: Of course.

O'REILLY: They have to be asked. My job to ask the toughest questions I can think of.

RIVERA: The fact that it's reunited the right.

O'REILLY: You are right in the sense that the mainstream media is looking for anything to denigrate Trump. And I don't like that. I think that's terrible. But Trump is entitled to say he doesn't know because maybe he doesn't know if it's hurting him in the black community or not. Because we don't know how much that affected the overall attitude of African-Americans on Trump. We just don't know. It's impossible.