This is a rush transcript from "On the Record ," August 26, 2008. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: Senator Clinton just told her supporters in Denver to get behind Senator Obama. But is that really going to happen. Join us live as Clinton fundraiser and outspoken critic of Senator Obama Lynn Forester De Rothschild. All right, Lynn, are you satisfied now? I mean after tonight, listening to Senator Clinton, have you thought, you know what, this solves all the women problem that are out there?
LYNN FORESTER DE ROTHSCHILD, CLINTON FUNDRAISER: Tonight was a wonderful night. It was so great to be on the floor. That outpouring of love for Hillary and seeing here up there and remembering the 18 million people who said over and over and over again, we want her to be the president of the United States. She had to win New Hampshire. She had to win the big state on February 5th. She had to win Texas and Ohio. Tonight, she had to go to the democratic party and say I am here, I am supporting Barack Obama and she did it.
VAN SUSTEREN: OK. She said that but the problem is women make up 52 percent of the vote, the far right and the far left, we know where they're going to vote but it's the women sort of in the middle who can go either way. Do you think that the women you know, are they satisfied? If they thought, you know what, let bygones be bygones. You know, I thought Senator Clinton got these but now I'm fine.
ROTHSCHILD: Not everyone is fine.
VAN SUSTEREN: Not everyone is fine.
ROTHSCHILD: Not everyone is fine. There are people who will vote democratic, no matter what and could never conceive of voting for a republican. And I respect that. And there are people who are saying OK, what do I really care about in my next president? And they're going to look at the experience issue. They're going to look at the characters. They're going to look at do I feel comfortable with the courage or lack thereof of the two candidates, with the position. Some people will vote only on policy. And if they vote only on policy and they're democrats, they're going to vote for Barack Obama.
VAN SUSTEREN: OK. With that, let me zero in on you. You have been a big Clinton supporter.
VAN SUSTEREN: Do you feel sort of warm and fuzzy now and think yes, this is great? I'm upbeat. I'm totally sold on the democratic candidate, I'm going to go all the way or are you still uncertain?
ROTHSCHILD: No, I am uncertain.
VAN SUSTEREN: This is significant?
ROTHSCHILD: I am definitely uncertain.
VAN SUSTEREN: Do we think that's significant?
ROTHSCHILD: Well I think that's significant and it is showing in the polls right now that 15 percent of democratic voters are uncomfortable. So it now, Hillary Clinton is doing more for this nominee than anyone else has ever done. Did you know, Ted Kennedy didn't even endorse Jimmy Carter and there's no criticism. Women will be very upset if more is expected of Hillary -
VAN SUSTEREN: -- Than Obama. Anyway, we got to hit a hard break, Lynn. Thank you.
ROTHSCHILD: That's right.
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