Transcript for Donald Trump's Campaign Manager on New Ad, Florida AG Scandal
Let's talk about it with kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump's campaign manager and I want to start out with national security because that's what you'll talk about tonight. Have you shown you are moving up in the polls over the last week. Clinton super pac is hitting back hard with this new ad. I'm really good at -- I love war in a certain way. Including with nuke, yes, including with nukes. I know pore about Isis than the generals do, believe me. I love war, putting nuclear weapons on the table. The Clinton says that's irresponsible? What's irresponsible is cherry picking little snippets of what he said. This woman was secretary of state for our years. The reason she's struggling in part is because aren't fond of that record and she will be held account for that record. She's actually been in control of many aspects of our national security and our troops and defense and I think that given all of her super pac including her campaign having spent over $200 million most in paid advertising one wonders why is N she not at 50%, 60% in the polls. What does he mean when he says I love war. I'd have to see the entire snippet there but obviously many commanders in chief have made the very difficult decision to go to war. You have Hillary Clinton as secretary of state calling a Russia reset that didn't work, wrong on Libya, wrong on Syria and certainly wrong on benghazi and I think they'll both be held to account for that. We need to -- this is why it's so important to come out of hiding and glad Mrs. Clinton has done that because people deserve a conversation with the candidates and don't just do ads against each other. We do very few ads. He was with 88 -- he had 88 military generals come out to support him yesterday and did a military preparedness town hall in Virginia then he was in north Carolina and got to talk to the voters directly. Those conversations are coming. Mr. Trump has been hitting Clinton on the Clinton foundation saying it's pay to play but front page in New York New York says a lot of contribution that his foundation made to Pam Bondi, the attorney general of Florida. Now, the time line they spoke on the phone. An investigation was announced into Trump University. Trump foundation accepts a $25,000 check. The investigation is called off. If that were Mrs. Clinton wouldn't you be calling that pay to play. I would ask her what happened and in the case of Mr. Trump and attorney general Bondi, they said they never discussed the Trump University lawsuit. Mr. Trump -- They did talk on the phone at that time period. They may have talked about anything. He has a residence in Florida. She asked for a contribution. For her re-election. He has supported many, many republican candidates. We do know Mrs. Clinton, second Clinton used the state department as a con sercierge for many foreign donors. Half the meetings by those who gave money. A man who gives consistently to republican candidates in the re-election and had her official Taff that we pay for, bartering for position and bartering for state dinners and, you know, just making contributions that are inappropriate, the state department is a very busy place. We should get human rights for those women and girls not disrespected and not worry about foreign governments coming in. Roger Ailes, Fox News paying a $20 million settlement over those -- that sexual harassment lawsuit. A lot reporting Mr. Ailes is helping with attack lines. Is that appropriate in light of this settlement? So, I'm at trump tower every day. I've never seen Mr. Ailes there. I saw him one time for lunch recently. He was at lump and -- But he is giving Mr. Trump advice. Mr. Trump -- I don't know because Mr. Trump speaks to many people on the phone when I'm there there and have known each other for 30 years prefox news and prepresidential politics. Kellyanne Conway, thanks. Thanks for having me.
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