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LEON PANETTA: Never in my lifetime did I anticipate that a candidate who's running for president would ask an adversary to conduct espionage and get involved in political election in this country. I just thought it was irresponsible and, in many ways outrageous.
CHUCK TOOD (CO-HOST): Mr. Secretary, how much of a threat is Russia?
Tim Kaine Speaks Spanish In Portions Of His DNC Speech
CNN: Speaking A Few Words In Spanish, Tim Kaine Says Hillary Clinton Is "Ready." CNN reported that Tim Kaine utilized Spanish during his speech at the Democratic National Convention, saying Hillary Clinton was “ready.”
Speaking a few words in Spanish, Tim Kaine says Hillary Clinton is "ready" https://t.co/QR3pdmq9Lm #DemsInPhilly https://t.co/vgIjUefHxk
— CNN (@CNN) July 28, 2016
Right-Wing Media Figures: Kaine's Spanish Has "Deeper Implications," "Are We Watching Dora The Explorer?"
Fox’s Tucker Carlson: Kaine Speaking Spanish Has “Deeper Implications” And “Something We Should Pause And Think About.” On the July 27 edition of Fox News’ America’s Election HQ, Fox host Tucker Carlson claimed Kaine’s use of Spanish held “deeper implications for the country,” and something we should pause to think about”:
TUCKER CARLSON: I was so struck by his use of Spanish.
LOU DOBBS (HOST): Looking at Black Lives Matter demonstrating here. Black Lives Matter is effectively a hate group, and it's discriminatory by its very name.
JUAN WILLIAMS: When it comes to Black Lives Matter, Lou, I think people are trying to say in addition to the idea that white lives and upper income lives matter, poor black lives do matter.
MEGYN KELLY (HOST): So when he comes out here tonight this has got to be a sort of swan song for him. It's amazing when you see how young he looked in that video tape right? And how much the presidency ages a man. But what do you think his goals ought to be?
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Well what he is going to do tonight I think is number one defend what he's done. He took a big hit from the Donald Trump convention speech which painted a dystopian America, a wild-in-the-street, crime in the streets, sort of out of control.