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those gentleman's story out of respect but the really important part is that they sign the bill and they put everything in there and that all the right things into the those that bill are those bills to take care of the people who took care of those who were vulnerable who who ran into the smoking buildings the falling buildings who lost their lives and who was injured and by the way coming up the first FBI agent who was on the scene at the Pentagon in DC is gonna join us he is suffering now from non-hodgkins lymphoma a lot of a cancer system is earth Eagle glioma a lot of these different maladies don't manifest for many many years and doctors understand that now the key component of this is time they keep making it for short intervals three years five years it's got to be for the full duration because this stress of dealing against the clock is more than these people should have to deal with do it right do it for the right door especially the people who you know who wrap themselves in 911 I remember 9/11 and I didn't say that right ever forget you never forget we love our first responders we love our troops and then when it comes to take care of them with our pocket we fall short the GI Bill falls short the VA falls short now with the 911 first responders and the survivors you fall short making them have to come down and beg for money that you should have given them as a matter of right for what they did denying the claims for so long and everybody knows it and now we never cover this stuff they've been fighting this stuff for you but Jon Stewart comes out media darling comes everybody misses his outrage he gets all the folks is done for him good for him for being there – John's credit he's been doing it for a long time yes he was doing it when he hit show and he's been doing it yes it's been a real deal for them 100% he gets credit for putting his heart and his head together do you know the media if it weren't Jon Stewart down there today for just some other detective or something like that you know that this would have been a sighting I think you and I would be covering but I'd listen I just remember after 9/11 you know what real estate is very expensive here and there's some people people are giving away apartments down there and no one wanted to live there because they knew the air quality was just terrible Chris great show I'm glad your closing argument I really appreciate it and I appreciated your interview with Mara's well good stuff thank you see you tomorrow all right see you tomorrow this is Siena tonight I'm Don Lemon we've got lots to talk about in fact we've got some breaking news because president Trump and Joe Biden are in dueling speeches in Iowa tonight the president returning to one of his favorite talking points about Democrats the Democrat Party has never been angrier this so angry do you ever see a people so angry for what for what these are angry people every day the Democrat Party is becoming more and more unhinged and more and more extreme they're going crazy do you love it I sorta love it it should be Democratic Party but that's another story while Biden leaned in to the criticism of the president I have complete power no you don't Donald Trump I have absolute power no you don't Donald Trump or only I can fix it fix yourself first Donald Trump so it's interesting that the president never once mentioned Biden tonight but he sure did earlier and that's probably no surprise because the new Quinnipiac poll has Biden with a 13-point lead over Trump in a head-to-head matchup and the president clearly sees him as his main rival 76 times in the speech that means he's in trouble when he mentions my name that many times I guess I should be complimented that even though sources tell CNN some aides have advised President Trump to stop mentioning Biden so much I guess he listened to them tonight Biden no mincing no words today calling the president and accidents existential threat and harkening back to a theme of his campaign from the beginning charlottesville look I believe that the president is literally an existential threat to America for three reasons one he is a genuine threat to our core values and if you wondered about that remember what happened in Charlotte's ville what happened when he was asked to comment as he said quote there were very fine people in both groups no president United States Democrat a Republican has ever ever ever said something like that never and it should probably be no surprise that President Trump today returned to a favorite attack line from the 2016 campaign remember when he pushed the baseless conspiracy theory that there was something wrong with Hillary Clinton's health well he was at it again today this time targeting Biden now I have to tell you he's a different guy he looks different than he used to he acts different than he used to he's even slower than he used to be no I'd rather run against I think Biden than anybody I think he's the weakest mental and I like running against people that are weak mentally I think Joe is the weakest up here the other ones have much more energy left look but I don't bring them up hmm pretty red said the president would imply that Biden who is three and a half years older than Trump is too old to be President you know it's a ridiculous assertion in this part but anyway look it's a people have a right to question all of our edges that's totally legitimate ad well like it says watch me just watch me and did you hear about this today President Trump who continues to hint that there is a secret addition to his immigration deal with Mexico even though Mexico says there's no such thing he pulled out a piece of folded paper from his pocket telling reporters it was the agreement but refusing to let them see it inside here and I would love to do it but you will freeze action it you will stop it you will analyze it every single letter you'll see but in here is what is the agreement Joe Biden not buying that and saying that the people of Iowa who are being hit by tariffs would love to see it apparently he has a secret important document and I'm sure that a lot of Iowa's being crushed by his tariffs they would like to see that secret document and by the way guess who was reportedly at the president's Iowa event tonight none other than Congressman Steve King yes the same Congressman Steve King whose long history of racist remarks got him booted from his committee assignments earlier this year the same Congressman Steve King who two officials told CNN was not allowed to fly on Air Force One with the president to Iowa hmm he can't fly with the president but he's invited to the event but there was a moment tonight of genuine good feeling as the former vice president talked about the president he served I want to say something we don't say often enough to our party or to our nation Barack Obama was the prizm extraordinary character and decency he was a president our children could and did look up to I know I missed the dinner that was here or the not long ago I guess it was last Sunday because uh my granddaughter was graduating from high school and her best friend is is Sasha Obama afterward no they've been to school together the whole time so Barack and I in Jylland and in the whole family we got together afterwards they have a little white lunch and dinner for the families that all these girls grew up together with Biden strategy to become the next president may depend quite a bit but probably not entirely on our last two presidents and how the public feels about them the current President Biden is throwing punches at the former president he is embracing but put politics aside if you will and listen to what Jon Stewart had to say today on Capitol Hill as he slammed Congress over the treatment of 9/11 first responders the official FDNY response time to 9/11 was five seconds five seconds that's how long it took for FDNY for NYPD for Port Authority for EMS to respond to an urgent need from the public five seconds hundreds died in an instant thousands more poured in to continue to fight for their brothers and sisters the breathing problem started almost immediately and they were told they weren't sick they were crazy and then as the illnesses got worse and things became more apparent well okay you're sick but it's not from the pile and then when the science became irrefutable okay it's the pile but this is a New York issue I don't know if we have the money and I'm sorry if I sound angry and undiplomatic but I'm angry and you should be too and they're all angry as well your indifference cost these men and women their most valuable commodity time so one thing they're running out of and the idea that you can only give them five more years of the VCF because you're not quite sure what's gonna happen five years from now well I can tell you I'm pretty sure what's gonna happen five years from now more of these men and women are gonna get sick and they are going to die they responded in five seconds they did their jobs with courage grace tenacity humility eighteen years later do yours thank you John Stewart went on to tell CNN this these are the most honored and venerated amongst us and if we can't take care of them what chance to the rest of us have and that's that's the reality of it he is right if we can't take care of the people who risk their lives on 9/11 we have utterly failed president Trump Joe Biden taking plenty of shots at each other today but this is not just personal there's policy at stake that affects every American former Governor John Kasich is here to talk about that he's next like tonight both President Trump and Joe Biden who is leading his Democratic rivals in the poles holding campaign events in the all-important Hawkeye State tonight I want to bring in John Kasich the former Republican governor of Ohio who was the GOP presidential candidate in WAY long time ago 2016 against President seems like a century ago you're right I'm sure it's a lifetime you knew it was a century you got the battle scars to prove it I'm sure let me ask you about this Trump and Biden trading barbs today the Biden campaign wants to you know make this a two-person race but it's it's pretty early for that no listen when you're running against an incumbent you would pay the incumbent to attack you I mean that's that's great politics for you and look you had that big confab out there in Iowa what they have like 125 candidates that were there on Sunday I can't I don't know how many but but nobody heard anything I don't know how anybody did and here we are here we are on Tuesday and who's in the news who's the headline Joe Biden Joe Biden and what's the headline about Donald Trump calling him you know look I try to teach my daughter's about the way to conduct themselves around their friends and they don't go around saying you know this person's really stupid or they're of low intelligence or I mean you know that's just really terrible and Don when I think about it I don't know how many of our listeners will remember John a crack McEnroe he used to throw his racket all over the place and go and act on the kids that followed yeah yeah when he was throwing his racket around all the kids started throwing their rackets around and when the president starts making fun of people like that in questioning their intelligence guess what happens in the schoolyard kids start doing it to their classmates yeah this is not where we want to live but I'm telling you Biden will pay to continue to have Trump attack him attack him aggressively every buys it that means that it's between Trump and Biden or Biden listen he did you know some targeting of his own he targeted the president tonight on terrace take a look at this American farmers were crushed by his tariffs or we China and no one knows that better than the folks of Iowa you know he thinks that being tough he's being tough well it's easy to be tough when someone else is feeling the pain and taking a hit how many farmers across this state and across the nation have had to face the prospects of losing their business losing the farm because of these Trump tariffs how many times have they gone to bed staring not mean literally staring at the ceiling wondering what's gonna happen tomorrow wonder where they're gonna make it how much governor will this message resonate in in a state like Iowa that has been impacted by Trump's trade wars are your state of Ohio well I'm farmers are not happy about this as to whether that's going to switch their allegiance I guess it depends where they were trucked whether they're Trumpy or not and and they decide to say well I'll just stick with them I can't but it's not a good message when you're out there trying to cut when you're out there doing things that cutoff the markets for farmers be able to ship their products too but let me point this out dun Biden was was attacking Trump on the issue of tariffs that's an issue he wasn't saying that Trump was you know not very intelligent or he was feeble or you know there's got to be a coarseness in our society has to stop you know that don't look at the way that you've been personally attacked okay it's becoming increasingly clear that you can be as coarse as you want as nasty as you want below the belt as you want because that's kind of getting to be what we can expect no it is not appropriate in our country there are certain standards of behavior that we all ought to adhere to and when we violate that over and over again we create a problem for the coarseness in our culture that's not good let's so let's talk some more issues in okay because and listen I agree with you on that last statement so let's stick to some policy issues right the president talked about helping farmers by cutting regulations and he also talked about his renegotiated trade deals and how it impacted Iowa watch this we've got the u.s. MCA it's going to be fantastic we've got to get it approved so you got to call those Democrats and say let's go we want to vote because it's going to be phenomenal for your state and it's going to be phenomenal for the farmers and for the manufacturers and frankly for the unions it's great for everybody so you hear I'm talking the president talking about policy there but he's put farm farmers in a tough spot you think they're gonna stick with him yeah I don't know Don I know that I was a very tough State for Donald Trump to win what I will say is if they can get the Mexico canada-us agreement through that would be good it's a free you know it moves us in the direction frankly it's like the very first NAFTA that we had there's not that much difference and getting that Trade Agreement through would be a very good thing and so I think that would be something that farmers would like and farmers would appreciate one thing we didn't hear president Truong from President Trump night he didn't mention by once tonight do you think his advisers finally got through to him you said if the incumbents attacking you you're winning I think today they got through to him or at least tonight but you know before he left the Washington he was still attacking them and look I don't have any problem with Donald Trump attack and Biden flip-flopping on the Hyde Amendment and all those other kind of things I don't mind that but let's keep it above the belt let's let's not you know get into this name-calling and sort of this kindergarten or first grade antics you we don't want that in American politics and frankly I think it works against the president when he does that his base may like it but other people do not you know Biden talked about health care so let's talk about health care he talked about Trump's tax cut sure thank us he talked about climate change he talked about Charlottesville he's talking about all these issues but it's all in context of President Trump I'm wondering by by doing that right he's framing the his policy issues with Trump in mind is that a winning strategy Don look I watched some people comment earlier you got to have all these issues okay well he came out with something on climate change i i i don't even like what he had to say about that but but he did talk about that at the end though do you think people are sitting down at the kitchen table saying honey did you see the details of that economic program honey did did you see exactly what the heck the trade deal is with the World Trade Organization that's not where people are people get a sense of who you are dawn you know remember when we were in high school we vote for best of the class or class president it wasn't the policies it's what we felt about somebody it's not much different than big time politics we get a sense of whether somebody can be a leader remember they used to say they like George Bush yo jr. that you know W Bush whenever you have a beer with him and he didn't like out yeah they didn't like Al Gore cuz he was huffing and puffing or they didn't like John Kerry because he was winning that we're in that silly suit while he was windsurfing you know you want to be with a guy that you can have a beer with somebody that you think is smart somebody that you think is compelling somebody that you think would be a good leader in a time of crisis it's the issues are only a way to display your leadership but people get a sense they want to know who you are because once they know who you are and they know you get them and care about them that's why Pennsylvania is so easy for Biden and difficult for Trump because those blue-collar workers know in their guts understand that Biden gets them period that's why it works so let's work on those things we'll have a beer first and we can work on the other things for you you know like the you know when Obama Biden the Boehner and I got together after our golf game after a golf game he had a beer yeah and at that point I said the Boehner and Obama you guys need to sit down and work this stuff out we had fun today playing golf we're having a beer sit down and work it out and you know what they got close all right it didn't get all the way there but it got close well there's hope we gotta go have a beer soon too though yeah and it's on you too all right thank you son we'll be all right thank you heading back to Congress he'll be returning to answer questions behind closed doors from the republican-controlled Senate Intelligence Committee after he initially refused to comply with the subpoena from Committee Chairman Richard Burr joining me now to discuss all of this is Congressman Mike Quigley he is a Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee congressman I appreciate you joining us I know it's not your committee but what are the big outstanding questions right now about Donald Trump jr. well first of all I find the Senate Intel Republicans I'm thinking the same thing if I have a fair reading of the Moller report there are questions as to his credibility when he testified before my house Select Committee on Intelligence he didn't answer all whole lot of questions and finally there's this little information in addition to the Trump Tower meeting in New York about his direct private communication with WikiLeaks to me that's enough information to bring him back before both committees the House voted today to authorize Dussehra chairman Jerry Nadler to go to court to enforce the subpoenas issued to AG bar don McGann natla says he wants to file lawsuits as soon as possible how quickly could this play out you think well I think you can play out as quickly as it need be what we're starting to see is two Justice Department responded to some of these subpoenas so it gives a chairman Nadler and other committeemen the opportunities and the tools they need to move forward in the end this is a broad-based approach I think you saw compliance by the Justice Department because there's additional talk about impeachment inquiries about the actions that took place in court today the fact that we've had some initial court victories clearly the president and the Trump Association has they understand one thing strength in action if we sit around and wait for them to respond because we asked nicely it's just not going to happen let's talk about impeachment now okay Nancy Pelosi said today that it is still on the table but is it moving forward with it I want you to listen now to what representative Acacio Alexander constable Cortes said earlier when Manu Raju asked if she is satisfied with that strategy here here it is now personally I'm not I think that an impeachment inquiry is right on our doorstep I'm concerned at what the line is you know and I think that that's really what people want to know is that if now isn't the time what bar needs what is the bar what is the line that we're waiting to be crossed for an impeachment inquiry and so far it doesn't seem like there is one and so without a clear boundary it seems as though we're kind of sitting on our hands so if now isn't the time then I think a lot would like to know when is the time okay so congressman what are you hearing from the caucus on impeachment do members agree with with her or do they agree with Pelosi are there heated conversations behind closed doors it's a whole range of views obviously this is clearly the most important decision in a speaker Pelosi's two-year term here it's not an easy one she can count votes in the Senate what move the needle for me was the fact that when Special Counsel came back and spoke he said I left this up to you I didn't exonerate the president and the report he clearly delineated multiple instances of obstruction and at the same time we get to non-compliance from the Trump administration to try to find these things out what move the needle for me is it may be the strongest tool we have the strongest argument we have with the courts to get the information we need to decide whether or not additional obstruction took place after the Moller report was put forward you know Nadler also announced today yesterday I should say that that he had reached an agreement with the DOJ to review some of the underlying evidence behind Robert Muller's report in exchange for not holding Barr and contempt but now a source is telling CNN that the White House may exert executive privilege over those documents what do you think is going on here yeah I think it's the fact is the White House is not going to comply unless it's absolutely forced to you're going to see a little bit sand burst of activity occasionally but the most part they're going to be you executive privilege and trying to fight this out as courts as long as possible and that gets back to why I finally decided to move forward and support an impeachment inquiry because again I think he gives us a much stronger argument at courts to push back against this sort of obstruction congressman thank you for your time thank you just how worried should team Trump be tonight between Don juniors closed-door testimony tomorrow and everything else that's going on we'll be right back Donald Trump jr. is close to our interview tomorrow with the Senate Intel committee is his second appearance before the republican-led committee I want to talk about this with CNN legal analyst and Milgram and with Jim Baker Jim is a former FBI general counsel good evening to both of you thank you so much to you I'm gonna start with you this is what we know Don jr. will testify for two to four hours okay he'll have to answer questions on everything from the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russians to the Trump Tower Moscow project how big of a deal is this is it a big deal well it's a big deal I think for the Senate Intelligence Committee I think it's probably low risk I guess for for Don jr. himself and I think probably low risk for I mean I'm not a politician but I think low risk politically because the Senate Intelligence Committee has been very good and very professional about keeping quiet with respect to what's been happening in front of it so I think I think we're just not gonna know a lot of detail about what actually happens there for Don junior I'm not sure he really had a choice he got subpoenaed the mullah report is out it did not determine that there it determined that there were no criminal violations that occurred so I think that if if Don junior goes in tells the truth answers all the questions then you know he's not going to really have any legal exposure presuming that what he you know what was learned in the Moller report is actually when he talks about tomorrow so I you know I don't see this as some big negative for either one of them honestly well and I mean should he be worried about perjuring himself given the details at the you know the all the details in the mellah report are out and we know what his prior testimony was well and it's also clear that he didn't want to go back so he was scheduled twice and wasn't wasn't coming through and then finally they issued a subpoena to get him to come through so there's no question that he has to go in and tell the truth like Jim said if he does that hopefully there won't be a need for for perjury charges to be brought but you know these are critical moments he's represented by counsel any good lawyers gonna tell him exactly what Jim said go and tell the truth but there is got to be a reason also why he didn't want to why he didn't want to return and so I agree we probably will never know but it is it's still high-stakes I said I think it's still high-stakes for him you do tomorrow I think he's got to go in and be truthful and honest and say what happened and what his involvement was and so as long as he does that he probably won't have exposure but you know he's still got to be willing to walk in and tell the truth you heard the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi say impeachment was not off the table but then she argued this watch this if you open and Pietschmann inquiry does it and do you get more information you still end up in the court do you get more information by having an inquiry than if you just have investigations well I don't have a straight answer on that but even if you could you can't do it without going to the courts and not my maintained to go to the course we have to have the strongest possible case ironclad impeachment if you've got if you're going down that path you don't go to court with you weakest case as long as you keep getting more information to build your case Joe never saw responsibility to do that issue right Jim doesn't impeachment inquiry actually strengthen Democrats fight in court I you know I I have a little bit of a hard time understanding exactly the point the speaker was trying to make to be to be frank but look I mean I an impeachment inquiry a hearings I don't know if they're pursuing their legitimate legislative mandate then that's the then they're gonna have a I think a good a good place a good standing in court to make their arguments I honestly don't know why they've focused completely on on impeachment I think there's so much that could be done if they focused on hearings with respect to you know volume one of them of the Muller report all having to do with Russia that there's a lot there that they could focus on something other than impeachment but have a clear mandate legislatively legislatively from you know trying to draft new laws about what rules there should be when people are contacted by foreign governments in the course of a political campaign for example they should figure out whether that we should have different laws there you could tell the story I mean the impeachment at the end of the day as we all know is a political thing and they need to get the American people behind them if they're going to pursue that route and they need to get facts in front of the American people and I'm not sure what their strategy is to do that at this point in time let's follow up on this Andy because House Democrats today voted to authorize committees to bypass House floor go directly to court to enforce the subpoenas what does that mean if anything for this impeachment debate it means a huge amount I mean what we've seen is that every time Congress is asking whether it's the president the White House staff or it's someone from the executive branch bill Barr the Department of Justice what the executive branch has been doing is saying no we're not going to come we're not going to provide you with documents they reached a resolution on one thing this week but really they've been shutting down what our you know Congress has absolute right to ask for information from the executive branch and there's a process that Congress then has to go through when they don't come through people don't show up for hearings take down McGann they don't provide documents what this basically says is when that happens we're just gonna be able to immediately go into a court and say it well the court this is a legitimate congressional subpoena we want you to direct the executive branch whether it's bill bar or don McGann or anyone that they have to comply with the subpoena so it gives an enforcement mechanism that right now there isn't one and you know what we've been relying on what Congress has been relying on is that for years the precedent has been Congress everyone understands Congress has a legitimate right to ask for it and the executive branch generally does comply and this is this is not in the case now they're saying okay now we're going to show you that you have to comply because now they're saying they're not okay so Jim look then there's this the Democrats stuck in a deal yet struck a deal yesterday with the DOJ to review some of the mauler documents but now we're learning if the White House may assert executive privilege on some of that evidence so give us the inside view what was this coordinated was this a setup how do you see this yeah I think it's kind of tough to figure out mean I'm guessing that there's may be some tension between the Department of Justice and the White House on this I mean I think the the deal that they worked out that we heard about between the department and the committee is a good thing I think it's a sign that as aggressive as the Attorney General is with respect to article 2 he does recognize that the Congress has a legitimate basis to ask for some of this material and I think it's an effort to try to accommodate a legitimate interest of Congress I think though that our folks probably in the white house who are uneasy about that it's inconsistent with their overall strategy in terms of how they want to deal with Congress and so my guess is there's a bit of a tension between the two organizations who will win out at the end of the day I don't know obviously the Attorney General has a lot of influence as we've seen so maybe he will but we'll have to see all right thank you Jim thank you in I appreciate your time John Stewart ripping into lawmakers today who didn't show up to the hearing on funding for 911 responders sick and dying they brought themselves down here to speak to no one it's shameful it's an embarrassment to the country and it is a stain on this institution more on what sort had to say next John Stewart is angry you might be too when you hear why the former late-night host was in Washington today advocating for 9/11 first responders to get funding for their desperately needed medical care Stewart slammed the lawmakers who didn't show up to the house judiciary committee hearing today I want to take a look at this picture and look at all those empty seats you can see why he was so upset Stewart did not hold back when he had a chance to speak and I'm gonna play an extended clip of Stewart's comments because his words are an important reminder of the debt that all of us owe to our brave heroes what an incredible metaphor this room is for the entire process that getting health care and benefits for 9/11 first responders has come to behind me a filled room of 9/11 first responders and in front of me a nearly empty Congress sick and dying they brought themselves down here to speak to no one it's an embarrassment to the country and it is a stain on this institution and you should be ashamed of yourselves for those that aren't here but you won't be because accountability doesn't appear to be something that occurs in this chamber I am awfully tired of hearing that it's a 911 New York issue al-qaida didn't shout death to Tribeca they attacked America and these men and women and their response to it is what brought our country back it's what gave a reeling nation a solid foundation to stand back upon to remind us of why this country is great of why this country is worth fighting for and you are ignoring them they responded in five seconds they did their jobs with courage grace tenacity humility 18 years later do yours thank you I want to bring it now Thomas monel he was the first FBI agent on the scene after the plane hit the Pentagon in Washington on 9/11 mr. mole oh thank you so much for joining us and thank you for the sacrifices that you've made to this country thank you Don thanks thanks for having me you were in the room when when Stewart made the those emotional comments were you as upset as he was without yes with the Congress and and how the Congress has conducted itself well I knew that it was a subcommittee and I didn't expect it to be an entire room filled with congressmen I did expect a little more than were there but I did understand the fact that it was actually a subcommittee and there was a limited amount of people that were attending today yeah let's talk about you I won't ask you about you now because you've been battling non-hodgkins lymphoma since 2016 after your work investigating the the scene of the attack on Pentagon on the Pentagon how are you doing now I'm doing fine I have some real good treatment I was diagnosed on August the 4th 2016 and it was a lucky scenario quite frankly I had appendicitis and I went in for a scan and the technician happened to pick out the tumors on a CT scan during a routine appendectomy and that's how the whole item started Wow Wow well listen we wish you the very best with that and please keep us updated I want to ask you about more about Jon Stewart because we call it with him after his impassioned plea today and asked if if he had been given any reason for hope today watch this we've all been through this too many times to not be skeptical and when it happens then we'll believe it but trust me like it's not gonna be a celebration it's just gonna be a sigh what about you did you hear anything today that made you optimistic I mean Congress will step up and take care of the 9/11 heroes you think they'll do that I do I actually I felt very comfortable today chairman NAT ler and the committee member seemed to be positive positive that were there I think all the victims that actually testified today I think was very powerful and it I think I got the point across so I'm extremely hopeful at this point the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund is set to expire in 2020 what does that money meant for you and for all the other victims who suffered after 9/11 and what happens if it's not funded well I mean there's there's so many people out there the construction workers and some of the volunteers and some of the kids that were you know 6 and 7 years old at the time that this happened that we're in the elementary schools close by that are now 20 to 23 years old and they just don't have the money to pay for some of the treatment that's going on cancer treatment and doctor appointments are extremely expensive so I'm hopeful that for some of those people that the fund actually gets refunded or there's going to be some people that have some major problems hmm thank you so much we appreciate you joining us mr. monel Don thanks for having me I appreciate it we'll be right back don't let your long hair weigh you down you infallible

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