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Earnest: If Dems Lose Senate, Obama Will Get "His Share Of The Blame"

JON KARL, ABC NEWS: A lot of people are predicting things are going to turn out badly for Democrats. You're a little more optimistic on this. I'm just asking if you turn out to be right does that show -- the president has said that it's his policies that are on the ballot. The president has said that these are candidates who have supported him in Congress. If you do better than expected, won't that show support for the president's......

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Brit Hume: Why Compromise On Voter ID Fight Doesn't Happen

BRIT HUME: If there is one issue that you thought Americans could agree on, it would be the right to vote and have every legal vote count, yet this has become one of the most contentious issues of our time. Republicans believe ID laws are a reasonable safeguard against voter fraud, which they suspect would otherwise be rampant on the part of Democrats. Democrats believe with equal fervor that such laws are a cynical attempt by Republicans to...

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Josh Earnest: There Were "Shortcomings" In Federal Ebola Response

JOE SCARBOROUGH, MSNBC: We read the New York Times article that the president was angry with the response and angry with the CDC, what happened? How did the WHO, how did the CDC, how did the Texas hospital, how did everybody get this so wrong? JOSH EARNEST, WH: Well, there were some shortcomings in the response, and it is clear there was not enough instruction clearly communicated to the healthcare workers, that were treating this first Ebola...

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O'Reilly: Why Americans Believe Things Are Out Of Control

BILL O'REILLY: If 64% of folks think things are out of control right now, why would anyone vote for a Democratic candidate? The answer is emotion. The Democrats have been very successful in convincing some voters that the GOP favors the rich and it anti-women. The Republican Party has not been able to put forth a leader to refure those allegations effectively, thus in every poll American women continue to favor Democrats.

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Hardball: Are African-Americans Democrats' "Last Hope" To Keep Senate?

A report in the New York Times, headlined: “Black Vote Seen as Last Hope for Democrats to Hold Senate” revealed the contents of a private memo that put the Democrats’ reliance on black voters in stark terms. Willie Brown and Donna Edwards join Chris Matthews to discuss.

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Monica Lewinsky Addresses Clinton Affair: "There Are Those Who Say, 'Monica, Why Don't You Just Shut Up?'"

Monica Lewinsky addresses her affair with former President Bill Clinton, online bullying, and how she has been attacked over the years at the Forbes Under 30 Summit in Philadelphia. MONICA LEWINSKY: There are those who say, Monica, why don’t you just shut up? Why don’t you just go away? They said it in June, after a piece I wrote in Vanity Fair, my first public words in over ten years. And they will say it today after this...

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Reza Aslan: Anti-Muslim Sentiment In America At "Unprecedented Levels" Thanks To Bill Maher

ASLAN: I think that people who are smart and engaged are just not putting up with it any longer

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Howard Fineman: Can't Deny A Racial Subtext With Conservative Concern Of Immigrants, Arabs And Ebola

FINEMAN: The brown people coming from the South, the Arab people coming from the East, the black people coming from Africa, nobody's saying that in so many words.

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Obama on Dem Senate Candidates: "These Are Folks Who Are Strong Allies And Supporters Of Me"

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Here's the bottom line. We've got a tough map. A lot of the states that are contested this time are states that I didn't win. So some of the candidates there, you know, it is difficult for them to have me in the state because the Republicans will use that to try to fan Republican turn-out. The bottom line is, these are all folks who vote with me. They have supported my agenda in Congress. They are on the right side of minimum...

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Holder Rips Panetta's Book: "That's Not Something That I Would Even Consider Doing"

HOLDER: I have to really disagree with his characterization of the president. The president is a deliberate person in an appropriate way. But he's also resolute once he makes up his mind.

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Scarborough: Historians Will Lump George W. Bush And Barack Obama Together

JOE SCARBOROUGH, MORNING JOE: No, I don’t think it’s potshots to say Barack Obama has serious leadership challenges. You have a grimaced face? I guarantee you, I will be glad to take bets from anybody across America. If I took bets, historians are going to be writing and they’re going to be lumping together George W. Bush and Barack Obama as two people that don’t-- DORIAN WARREN: History will be good to President Obama, very very...

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Obama: Get "Cousin Pookie" Off The Couch And "Tell Him To Vote"

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Starting tomorrow, you can vote too. You've got to grab your friends. You've got to grab your co-workers. You know, don't just get the folks you know are going to vote. You've got to find Cousin Pookie, he's sitting on the couch right now watching football, hasn't voted in the last 5 elections, you've got to grab him and tell him to go vote.

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WH's Ben Rhodes: "A Travel Ban Could Endanger People More"

BEN RHODES, WHITE HOUSE DEPUTY NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER: There is no ideology here. The president wants solutions that will work and protect the American people and also containing the spread in West Africa. And frankly the judgment of the professionals who know how to deal with these issues is, if you have a travel ban in place, it drives people underground and instead of traveling through existing protocols that allows us to screen for Ebola,...

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Kristol: Why Are We Handing Out Tourist Visas to People in Liberia?

BILL KRISTOL: It wasn't because there wasn't good screening because they gave idiotically gave visas to people in Liberia to be tourists in the U.S. What was the point of that? That’s really ridiculous, it really exposed Americans to risk. In fact now two Americans at least have contracted Ebola. Secondly why were they treated at that hospital in Dallas which seems like a normal suburban non-expert hospital? The head of the CDC said as a...

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Hume: Appointment of Ron Klain Shows Obama Admin Thinks This Is A Political Problem

CHRIS WALLACE: I want to start with the lead story in "The New York Times" on Saturday. Put this headline up, if you will. The headline, "Amid assurances on Ebola, Obama is said to seethe." I haven't seen the word "seethe" in a headline a long time. The story goes on to report that the president is just as upset with the administration's response as all the rest of us. Brit, do you buy it? BRIT HUME, FOX NEWS SENIOR POLITICAL ANALYST:...

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WI-Gov: Governor Scott Walker Debates Democratic Opponent Mary Burke

Governor Scott Walker and Mary Burke's second debate on Oct. 17, 2014.

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