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every detail for you here on fox news. that is how fox reports this labor day monday 2013. shep is back tomorrow "studio b." more news ahead. >> harris: the o'reilly factor starts just moments from now but first an update on the obama administration wants push for a military strike in syria. i'm harris faulkner. the president sat down today with the republican senators john mccain and lindsey graham part of white house efforts to reach out to lawmakers all this week. they started on this holiday and remember over the weekend president obama told the world the united states should take military action for sure to hold the syrian government accountable. that is after investigators concluded with high confidence that the regime of bashar al assad had launched a deadly chemical weapons attack on its own people. president obama then said
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he has decided that congress should first weigh in and vote for or against the potential military strike against syria. and after today's meeting at the white house. senator graham said the white house still has a lot of work to do. syria is a cancer that's growing in the region. for two years the president has allowed this to become, quite frankly, a debacle. and when it comes to selling the american people what we should do in syria, given indifference and contradictions it's going to be a tough sale. >> senator mccain warning if congress were to say strike the results could be catastrophic to our national security in that part of the world. lawmakers in both political party say they have frot made up their mind. jack reed tells fox news this does not mean we should stay out oof the syrian crisis entirely. >> i believe the president should continue to carry through on his pledges to supply in this case limited
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lethal aid such as antitank weapons and weapons like that. but this issue is about in terms of the whole world stopping as best we he can the use of chemical weapons. >> harris: of course, all this as the united nations estimates syrians civil war has killed 100,000 men women and children over just more than two years. let's get straight to ed henry at the white house. ed? >> harris, what's interesting is that when senators mccain and graham came out of the oval office meeting with the president, they said that the president made progress behind closed doors, told them a little bit more about his strategy, how he thinks he can disseminate assad's military and that these would not just be symbolic strikes but something that mccain and graham has been pushing for which is a much tougher more robust military action if it is in fact approved by the house and senate. there is another message these two senators had. they were saying step up your game, mr. president. that they are still. they are getting closer but
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still not on board themselves. and that is an important point to make. because, number one, there are a lot of republicans still skeptical but the president is reaching out to them: mccain and graham because a lot of democrats are not on board. they are war weary, they are upset about the iraq war still a decade later and the wmd question. what we see is a president who has kept congress at arm's length through much of its presidency working them hard and trying to step up the game because got a time crunch. tomorrow night at this time he is heading out of the country, going to sweden and russia for the d-20 summit. the clock is ticking because he will be out of the country for the rest of the week and congress comes back next monday and tuesday to start debating all of this. is he going to lose some valuable time while is he overseas. trying to get this intense lonnieing effort in over the next 24 hours to try to change some minds. it's an up hill battle interesting how is he going to get that done was called out by senator lindsey graham. you need to clear the air
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tell not just lawmakers but this country why it's important onto move forward on syria. >> last week before he brought it congress into this process in a major way he was consulting them but not really giving them a vote if you will on this. it was john kerry the secretary of state, other leaders inside the administration who were really leading the effort and the public case not just to congress but the american people, what graham and mccain are are saying is as commander and chief, the president has got to get his hands dirty and get all over this. and show the congress and the american people why this is right. why this is in our national security interest. the president hasn't done that until now. today was a sign that he is starting to get the message, hairs. >> harris: i'm wondering if anybody is talking there tonight outside the white house or has today about this issue of speeding things up for congress to reconvene early before september 9th? >> they are not talking about that for a number of reasons. the president being out of the country as i mentioned. also a jewish holiday later this week. it might be difficult to get some members of congress back to washington. they have got family and
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religious interests that are coming up. so the poem line is, it seems highly unlakely they will dual that more likely that we'll have a lot back stage lobbying right now and intensify early next week when they are actually in session. >> harris: ed henry good to he sue, thank you very much. even more u.s. warships are on the way. uss nimitz air carrier group is headed to the region. that's on top confident five military warships in addition to that amphibious assault ship standing by. jennifer griffin at the pentagon this hour. any since the strike plan has changed since the president has asked. >> officials i have spoken to who are intimately involved in the planning, the plan this week and next week is the same as it was last week. the plans are not shifting all that much there are some targets that are shifting as assad moves some of his munitions around some of the targets are shifting about. you these are minor changes
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to the plan. there is not a since that that u.s. aircraft carrier will come into play. the uss yes, ma'am mits is right now in the southern red sea it is unlikely that we will see u.s. air force involvement or that aircraft carrier involved i'm told by sources that the aircraft carrier was really sent to send a message to russia and iran not to come to the help of the syrian regime. it is really a show of force more than an addition to those five destroyers. u.s. destroyers armed with about 200 tomahawks off the coast of syria right now. we also are hearing reports, harris, that the russians are sending ago spy ship to the eastern mediterranean. that was some here in the pentagon has raised some eyebrows among some here in the pentagon. again, that aircraft carrier should take care of any sort of adventurism on the part of the russians or iranians, harris? >> harris: i wanted to ask you more about that specific ship coming from russia. it's not the first one to move into that region, is
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it? >> that's right. the pentagon, information, has as part of their plans, they were expecting russian warships in the mediterranean. the russians often cruise around in that area. remember, interest are russians on the ground in syria as well. they man the air defense system. so, if the u.s. takes out the air defense systems, which are likely targets in any sort of strike, russians are likely to be killed in the process, harris. >> jennifer griffin thank you very much tonight from the pentagon. while the white house takes its case for a strike to congress, we have just learned russia and, again, that country comes up again. they have got the warship there or not warship but spyship there in the mediterranean and now they say they could soon send a delegation to the united states to talk with members of our answer congress. james rosen is working the russian angle to all of this and a lot to talk about with regard to that country tonight, james. >> particularly because, harris, rush is that is one of the staunchest backers of the assad regime in damascus. this proposal by vladimir putin to send a delegates of russian lawmakers over here to capitol hill to
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meet with our lawmakers is probably just mischief making on his part it is not seriously intended to aid barack obama in his hour of political peril for him and probably nothing will come of it, harris? >> >> and, james, you know, one of the things that we have been talking about with regard to russia is the fact that you have got the g-20 there the president won't be meeting one-on-one with their president because of the -- what's going on with the nsa leaker edward snowden. so they come to this country some question about how that really plays out in the long run. >> right. this is what you are referring to is just one more manifestation of the failure of the attempted re-set of relations between the united states and russia that was much heralded at the beginning of the obama administration. now we see that relationship breaking down across a range of areas. there is still considerable cooperation between the two as we saw after the boston bombing but no doubt it's a problem. it will not be shall we say assuaged by the fact that the president while is he over in russia plans to meet with lesbian and gay
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groups. that of course after some of the virulently anti-hoaxial laws passed in -- oklahoma cityial >> -- >> harris: britain and france commit weaponry for the military. are we hearing anybody else joining in any of this. >> not in the military sense. as you mentioned other ways for various countries to help the provision of intidges is one important way. refueling capabilities in far off places. those are the ways in which which we could expect our allies to help. absent any kind of military help from these various allies. but it is looking more and more like if any action is going to come, it's going to be conducted why the
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u.s. unilaterally here, harris. >> harris: the words go it alone is what we keep hearing. james rosen thank you very much. >> thank you. >> harris: fox news will continue to monitor the situation on syria. we will bring you governments as they happen. i'm harris faulkner in new york. o'reilly factor special already in progress in two seconds. ncer ] may your lights always be green. [ tires screech ] ♪ and your favorite songs always playing. [ beeping ] ♪ may you never be stuck behind a stinky truck. [ beeping ] ♪ may things always go your way. but it's good to be prepared... just in case they don't. let's go places, safely. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for her, she's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with her all day to see how it goes. [ claira ] after the deliveries, i was okay.
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for only 50 delicious calories. >> bill: watters world. last week in las vegas, more than 12,000 people showed up to celebrate the star trek industry. among those actor levar burton who had some interesting things to say about me your humble correspondent. in general the trekies are not all that interested in the real world. roll the tape. >> space, the final frontier. to boldly go where no man has gone before. [star trek theme song] >> is this a costume or just roll out of bed? >> i had a long night. it's vegas. >> what are you dressed at. >> dargoran.
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>> i'm -- >> i'm orion show girl. >> i'm the kardashian. >> you are kim kardashian. >> kardashian for life, maybe. >> cling on outfit, clearly. >> because people like to cling on. >> what are you? you hit on women like this? >> you are not hitting on me yet. you should. >> if it gets cold enough. [ laughter ] >> you you guys are a couple? >> yes. >> you must be very proud? >> i'm so proud. >> is it hot in there. >> yes, very hot. >> >> i can't breathe in this thing. >> so you you are a fanatic, basically? [ laughter ] >> i'm not just requesting an explanation, i'm demanding one. >> what exactly attracts you guys to star trek. >> i like spaceships and aliens but also like the overall message of accepting diversity. >> gives us a very hopeful future. a future where there is no poverty. there is equality. >> science fiction is humanity's hope. >> far trek did come out of the peace era.
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>> i think it's healthy to have a little escape in some place that you can go and just focus on the goodness in life. >> you are now most known for the james bond series. >> yes. the villain. >> should i smash your head. >> you can let go now. >> are you proud treky? >> i am very proud. >> do you think your energies might be better spent helping improve things here on planet earth. >> we try to help improve things on planet earth. we're not going to miss the star convention. >> good way to relax after a stressful day. >> i preserve to reserve judgment on that part of your story, sir. >> what do you do for a living? >> belly dancer. >> physiological reading on that whatever it is. >> what about shatner? is he an idol of yours? >> is he a solid actor. >> do you have a crush on shatner. >> oh, yes. big crush. >> only correlation i can extrapolate superman or moses except captain kirk
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is real. >> your so identified with star trek. how do you feel about that how do you feel. >> i feel fantastic. >> there you go we both feel good about my career star trek. >> quick interview about star trek if you don't want to do it i i understand. you said he was an a hole i don't know if that was the kindest thing to say. >> yes. that man was an a hole to me. >> don't you think everybody is jumping the gun here? >> i'm 56 years old. i recognize patronizing when i encounter it. >> the eye patch. what kind of powers does that give you? >> i'm honestly blind in that eye. >> okay. >> do you ever watch bill o'reilly on fox news channel. >> he shoots as straight as can he see. >> is there anything you want to say. >> come on, bill, this is great. >> bill, live long and prosper. >> bill: i don't know what that means. i'm sure it's nice. here now is watters. so levar burton he played
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what in star trek? >> i can't pronounce the name. he was star trek next generation. >> bill: was he an alien. >> a humanoid. >> he was in it a lot. we had him on. he has been on three or four times. >> right. >> bill: always a respectful conversation. >> schurr. >> bill: he doesn't like it? >> he said you were derisive, dismissive, insulting, patronizing and insulting. >> bill: wow. all in one interview. >> second interview talking about race and zimmerman. i think at the end he perceived that you were giving him homework assignment. , when in fact, you actually said do a little research it looks like young black males disproportionately commit crime as a percentage of the rest of the population. he was very, very insulted. >> bill: he didn't like that. >> no. he actually was physically ill when i asked him that question. >> physically ill? >> he said you are cut from the same cloth as your boss and pointed at me. >> that sounds like semi racist statement, doesn't it? >> maybe.
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>> >> bill: levar is not a big fan. >> not a big fan anymore. i don't think he is coming back. >> i think he is invited. wants to come back and talk to you without cameras and wants to know why you are superior to him. >> i i see, i'm not, i mean is he a cling on or whatever they are. >> cling on. >> like to have levar back if he has a beef about the other interview. i want to hear it. watters, everybody. when we come right back, dennis miller running riot, and i mean that literally. miller is next. thank you. that's three new paper shredders. [ boris ] put 'em on my spark card. [ garth ] boris' small business earns 2% cash back on every pchase every day. great businesses deserve unlimited rewards. read back the chicken's testimony, please. "buk, buk, bukka!" [ male announcer ] get the spark business card from capital one and earn unlimited rewards. choose 2% cash back or double miles on every purchase every day. told you i'd get half. what's in your walle
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>> bill: thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the miller time segment tonight. our pal dennis is vacationing somewhere very private and most likely very expensive because of that we put together a best of miller this evening. >> so. >> billy. >> go ahead. >> one second, billy.
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i just got a cancellation on my regular wednesday night do nasa that game with al sharpton and jesse jackson you wouldn't want to jump, in would you. >> if i were out there i would definitely want to play can a kanasta with you ♪ da'da da'da da'da da'da da ♪ da'da da'da da'da da. >> bill: i'm telling you, you have got it stay off that caffeine right before you go on the air, it's killing me. >> congratulations to the lemon drop kid over there at the federal lee roction network he did he a nice job. >> bill: if the g.o.p. splits, hillary is the next president, right? >> well, listen, you no know, bill we are both history buffs. i have toured los alamos. and ran paul and chris christie i hate to see fat man and little boy quibble like this. when 400-pound guy is telling you you bring home too much bacon you know
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it's gone absolutely mad. and yeah if they're going to keep shooting inside the tent like, this you ought to get the fur lined pants suit ready for hillary, big momma is going to be in that inaugural parade. >> hello, hey. how are you? >> uma be a dean is going to be the next chief of staff. >> bill: there is a lot to digest in that opening remark there, miller. [ laughter ] >> let's hope not. let's hope not. >> bill: all right. so,your advice is to the republican party is to kind of let's calm down a little bit, kind of get together, find some common ground, have a couple of blt's telling and stop the nonsense, huh? >> well, listen, billy, as they say in the business, the pooch has been screwed. the g.o.p. is in disarray. i'm not sure what we are not seeing here is the awkward birth of a third
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party because i think these two are going to brake off eventually, hillary is just sitting there licks her chops. >> bill: happiest lady in the world. okay. here in new york city, we can have the big gulp again. we can drink as much soda as we want. because the courts ruled that mayor bloomberg and the board of health cannot limit the size of sodas and you say? >> it's about time mayor lucky charms got shot down. >> they're always after me lucky charms. >> they're magically delicious. >> beware of the dwarf star who fancies himself a quay caesar. you know something you? want to get involved in the new york city citizen's diet. you want to make it better? quit feeding them your crap every day. all right? move on now, you are a rich guy. you rigged the last term. you are not that important. go back and cash checks off the stock ticker. that was a gadd idea. where do you get off -- how about a new rule where 5'9"
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people can't eat flagra 59 and under. stay out of our business. >> isn't the attention good? >> yeah. the road to hell, billy. what do they say it's paved with. >> bill: i do. >> this country used to be the streets were paved in gold for immigrants. now they are paved in good intentions. where is mike bloomberg get off getting involved in my life. i don't ever want to meet bloomberg in my life. all the is sudden i'm in new york and got to worry about -- saying i can't have salt? lighten up, pal. >> bill: are you an angler. >> i have been known to work an angle. >> bill: putin fan club, apparently putin went to siberia and caught a pike that weighs 46 pounds. there he is. there is putin. he kissed the pike there believe.
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>> billy, the monitor is partially obscured here did you put up another anthony weiner photo. >> no that was putin. >> scared the living hell out of -- i thought this is getting really weird. that's beyond limit. you can't keep that. >> so he got it but here is the controversy, fishermen tell me that there has never been a pike that's been 46 pounds ever caught that the biggest pike ever is about 27 powbz pounds. and putin is fudging it here. >> yeah. well, i love putin because he wears camo out on the lake and waders when he is inside the forest. i don't know what that is about. he is the most interesting man in the world. >> stay thirsty, my friends. >> bill: at least he put on the shirt after he caught the fish. >> that is a solid cup. >> you want me to wear a bra? >> no, no. a bra is for ladies. meet the bro. >> bill: the problem is that you can't tell -- russians can't tell putin that he is fudging the fish or they will throw them in
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jail with those girls. ♪ ♪ the world has gone insane. putin ought to solve their fiscal problems and come out with a double d cup of the month calendar or something. every time i see him he is out with a gun or a fish hook showing me a lot of -- >> bill: i know he is get it together over there. >> he dances over there saturday night putin. >> do the sharpton ♪ da'da da'da da'da. >> bill: let's get out please, thank you. jesse watters travels to the boardwalk to find out how the folks are doing this summer. we're coming right back. [ male announcer ] at his current pace,
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without a shark cage. tonight, doctors say that nyad is in good health. by the way he is 64 years old. i'm ainsley earhardt. now back to the o'reilly factor special watters world. recently big parade at cohen island amusement area in brooklyn, new york.th the parade largest art parade in the nation. celebration of ancient mythology and honky tonk rid actuals of the seaside. what better place for jesse watters to find out what is really important to the folks that attended. ♪ ♪ >> what are the two biggest things that you think of on a regular basis. and my art. >> what's important to yought right now?
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>> you. >> i'm just kidding.must this must be awkward foral all of you.laug >> yeah. a >>ct i'm actually doing mysing dissertation on crossooki dressing. [ laughter ] >> what are you looking to accomplish? >> adventure. up.t living it >> i don't know what we're yelling about! w >> what's important to you guys right now? >> bubbles. >> bubbles, bubbles everywhere but not a drop to drink. a> what do you do for living? >> i'm a teacher. [gong] >> isn't it weird i when you have a kid andr all your dreams and hopes go out the window? ♪ on your mind most of the time. fam >> being famous. >> mostly glitter probably i would say. >> well goody for you. >> some people live for the power. >> wow, really, my look was like ghetto barbie. i'm the girl next door but i'm the girl next door in
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the project. >> is she ken? >> she is confusing.is w >> remarkable. >> he is wearing a dress. >> we do a lot of yoga. >> how are you? frnghts do you want us to show you. >> do you think you are setting a goodrear example for the kids you are teaching. >> yeah. >> do you love your body. >> yes.>> y >> are you sure about that? >> i like the way you you talk. okay. okay. [ laughter ] >> do you care about what's going on in the world. >> of course we do. >> are you concerned about the nsa? >> not really. >> do you know what th e nsa is? >> well, that's beautifuli shade. >> i don't know if it's true. but if it iswh what's up fbi? >> [ laughter ] >> they are listening to. everyone's phone calls?teni >> they are in for a treat. some of my phone calls getlls real. >> are you a patriot.. >> i am a a patriot. >> do you love america.
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>> enough.ame >> 48% of us feel like we are the enemy of the government fight the goodth fight. >> neither man or machines are able to stop this creature. >> do you consider yourself a patriot? >> no. >> but youhi love america? >> no. >> good day, sir! >> are you hedonistic kind of guy. >> i forget what that is i'm have from south brooklyn you have to break that down for me.guy? >> do you have god in your life. >> i don't believe in god. i believe in energy and vibes. >> what kind of vibes am iic giving you right now. >> you are pretty chill. >> i don't think so. >> do you ever watch bill o'reilly on fox news. >> i have watched bill o'reilly. ha ha ha ha. agree with mostll of his views put this t. that way. >> that's shocking. >> is it? >> no. >> i'm jesse watters doesy. that give me any street cred in the mermaid parade. >> i don't know how are jesse but nice meeting. >> you anything you want to say to mr. o'reilly right now? >> o'reilly. >> calm down.. >> bill: my father spent
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all kinds of time at the coney island o boardwalk and the -- swimmer. i don't know that that was going on back then. >> no, he wasn't in the tutu, your dad?e >> here is my question and i'm not being a wise guide or not being offensive. it seems like there is a lot of gays attracted to this? >> yes. >> because this isn't the l green issue in village and it's not in a gay area. coney island is a working area? >> it is. >> what is that? >> a lot of the transvestite community dessends on coney island during this parade. i have no idea t why. they are flamboyant and set the. w >> a week ago there was gay pride parade. >> they are into parades. they are into pageantry and show off their wears. >> was that the prevailing theme here cross dressing transvestite people. >> that wasn't the scene. the scene was marine oriented costume and. pageantry. >> bill: i don't see any kids in this. >> kids are off to the
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side. this is x rated thing. i don't know if i would bring my kids in.d >> i know. this is what i mean.my just a burning of people having a good time, right? >> i had a great time. a lot of transvestite community are big watters world fans. i'm surprised. big factor fans, too. >> bill: do you know why? >> colorado. >> it's fashion forward. >> bill: jesse watters, everybody. when we come right back, miller time. did putin steal a super bowl ring? the d man also angry about more allegations of snooping on reporters. miller is exin. hearty cheesebu. creamy thai style chicken with rice. mexican-style chicken tortilla. if you think campbell's 26 new soups sound good, imagine how they taste. m'm! m'm! good! imagine how they taste. this is a map of the pressure points on my feet. i have flat feet. i learned where the stress was at the dr.scholl's foot mapping center. then i got my number, which matched the custom fit orthotic inserts with the right support. find your closest foot mapping center at drscholls.com.
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>> bill: miller time segment tonight. we chatted with the d man about the snooping scandal and allegations cbs news correspondent sharyl attkinson business and personal computers were hacked into. >> this is not as ordinaryary as someone asked me old boyfriend trying to lookng t through my files. >> bill: this is big? >> yeah. >> but in order to b>> go aftev somebody, you have got to have a suspicion. i assume you have a suspicion. i don't want i think i know but i'm not prepared to go n into that. >> i admire here nice to
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see there are still reporters out there though don't ball and tears share their hard drive with the white house. a lot of people sharing ahe hard drive seems like theyve at least have to hack her. probably let her go by now. s can't get scottc pelley out of the weight room and she is going to stay there. i think she stans fromt cbs's past that you have to build this pyramid on facts up to the point which is the accusation or the name whereas you know rather used to build it here is what it is and then he would build out from there fudge it out there there. sharyl attkinson better have the blue dress in h her dross set when they come from her. >> the amount of evidence that you would have>>nt to have to accuse the federal government or obama re-election campaign or whatever it might be of
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doing something like that would have to bed h substantial. you are absolutely rightwa bation if it did happen andople was generated by powerful people in washington or w chicago or whatever, that will become an enormous story because you have got hofn and the ap you knowkn building the stairs. so i think she is doing it the right way. i believe her.ev i believe ite happened. i think i know who did it but i'm not going to go anydidn further than that. >> i will tell how didn't do it. biden. have you ever seen him with a computer.se self-emulate using that little thing to getli the pellets into the dog's eyes. they are not going to let him hack aes computer.et he might blow up the planet. >> bill: i can't join in mocking him on that c becausebe i have trouble turning the blue berry on. it's just -- i can't do anything. >> yeah, butan billy, the big h difference, i work for you.
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why love when is he on the the horse, tigers.the now the president and owner of the new england n patriots, robert craft, good guy, there is he is on the left in the salmon tie says that putin stole craft's super bowl wing ring, do you believe it miller. >> i think putin thought it was nipple ring. bicag muscles. i think he thought craftsc was laying ale nipple him. here is the thing, look thasm that chest. i'm on the moscow factor. kgb guy keep guy's bling.o once you give that to putin you are never going to get it back.supe he heard it was super bowlsupe thing. do you know what the definition of super bowl is
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in russia? it's anyit toilet that has toilet paper with with ite super bowl inth russia. thought he was honoring it. >> invading countries thatd up can't stand up for themselves like bull delaware i can't.th >> bill: oh we won another one. great, you beat romania, very, good. the way it happened wasned that putin and craft weret schmoozing, you know how that happens. putin said oh, look at that r ring, and craft took it off and said yeah, here it is. take a look at it it putin took a look at it and put and it in his pocket and then absconded with it absconded word of the day ran out. craft should have tackled him being the owner of the patriots, he should have put a body block on him,at miller. >> i think you rethink thatha when you understand that putin put the ring on and the first thing he said is i could kill somebody withorma this that might make you think barr back away from tackling him. went to the bush
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presidential library in class. that got me started thinking on my own legacy which will actually begin by building another edifice right next to the bush library. can we show that, please? [ laughter ] m >> he was good. i mean, he could do that for a living, i think. he has got go good writers and delivered it well, right? >> well, the thing to remember, by the way, billy, is the entire obama library will be in fine fin print. fine print. here is the things i would say about obama.i wi he would be better -- i wish we could replace obamafe with craig ferguson and give obama his own latehe i night show because is he great at that obviously i don't know if he could do a late night show because he might miss curtain call. you can sleep throughou benghazi you can sleep through the opening of a show. but as i watched all thefa fawning acolytes in the press corps look up at him, i finally figured it out
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ois frank sinatra and the press is peter lawferred now. when he they're bathed in his reflect forgive glory they are reelectricey'r fleckive players. i will tell you bill the difference between this man when is he on prom tore like that at a gig and this man at a press conference where he is off the prom tore, there are people on dialysis who aren't that dependent on the machinery in their life. i was watching that press conference the other day. he was saying eh, e her. , i thought it was jake's nightclub act. great standup comic. as good as is he at that he is terrible at president. great speaker let him show sham wows the country is going to hell. >> bill: jesse talks to immigration reform. wait until you hear about. this are you applying to be a permanent u.s. citizen. >> i did i got turned down
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>> bill: watters world. one of the reasons millions of people come to the u.s.a. is because they can make a do i sent living here. nowhere is that more apparent than in new york city. many immigrants both legal and illegal drive taxi cabs so we sent watters out to check out that situation. ♪ ♪ >> so where are you? >> pakistan. >> i'm from check. >> the dominican republic. >> casablanca? >> there you go. >> classy spot. >> it might be a good idea for you to disappear fromn casablanca for a while among others. >> must be exciting place. >> yeah. >> i was born in hatey. >> india. >> good food there?
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>> spicy. >> what did we eat? >> when did you come to america? >> 19 50. >> let me see your papers. i'm kidding around i belowou. you. [ laughter ] >> are you applying to be be a u.s. citizen. >> i did. i got turned down because i didn't know how many representatives there were in the house of representatives.er >> i don't even think i know that. >> better smarten up meatball. >> that's okay i have all master. >> you have a master's degree in bangladesh. >> yes. >> what is that? >> political science. >> so you are lik the james carville of bangladesh? [ laughter ] >> you don't know who that is. >> that's a scandal. ♪ >> so you don't think we should build a wall on the border? >> no. >> should we build a fence on the border of mexico? >> yes.ou >> should we build a fenceme on the canadian border, too? >> yeah. >> yes? >> ya. >> ya. >> ya. >> ya. >> ya. >> put a wall, you prevent their dream. should let them come in sho
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here legally not illegally. >> who should why not let in in this country? >> tourists. >> so ban tourists from america? >> no, no.rist i'm not talking about the tourists come from the tourists people. >> terrorists? >> yes, terrorists. [ laughter ] >> you can explain it to him,oh. >> could you explain it to him,i please. >> i was illegal. reagan give us that amnesty and then couple of years later, i become a citizen. >> this is b a country that wast founded in immigration. i would not exclude anyone. >> all this place belong to the mexicans. >> so mexico was here before men america. >> we have to share mit.americ? >> are you sure? >> what do you think we should do with the illegal immigrants here right now? >> help them out. >> help them out? >> yeah. we need home. do you understand that? >> we need help. that's why we're here.re. >> what about barack obama? >> he's very good. he's doing very good. >> i love obama. >> yeah, why? >> he's a cool guy. >> cool, cool.
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>> used to buy milk $1.25. gas was 79 cents a gallon but . it's almost $5. but the bush -- >> so it's bush's fault? >> yeah. >> wait a minute. >> you ever watch bill o'reillym on fox newschannel? >> i like you a lot.>> >> i don't know him personally. but he's good on tv, though. >> anything you want to say to bill o'reilly now? >> hey, baby. >> high five. >> here now is -- a lot of people don't know this. peo i drove a cab. i actually drove a cab. in miami when i was actually ann intern down there for the abc station. paying me. >> you can make a pretty good gd buck driving a taxi cab. >> it's $13 an hour, so it's s about $27,000 a year. it's a really tough job.
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>> that doesn't include tips, c though? >> it does includep tip. wh >> i asked them who the worst tipper is, you know what they said? the french. >> the besrstt tipper is colleg girls and wall street traders. >> misleading you.>> the the more you work in the cab, the more money you make. you top out at 27.make. they can make up to 50, 60 grand. that's why people come here. they need taxi drivers, right?th >> they do. they've come here for years. beginning in the '60s, i think, it was the irish, the italian wish and jewish drivers. then it was the russians and thu west indians and now it's all bangladeshis, pakistanis, indians. >> i didn't see any women in that crew. >> there was one babe with the dress. >> the haitian woman. >> she was a driver? >> yeah, she was a driver. >> they all seemed nice. >> very nice people.ple. i don't want to say anything bad about them, i'm going to get rides from them tonight. >> they're not sponging off. they're hard working people. >> jesse waters. >> waters world, the movie
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back of the book segment. waters world, the movie edition. as you may know, the oscar nominations are out. movies not what they used to be. we sent jesse waters out to ask regular folks their opinions on the best and worst films of all-time. >> all-time greatest movie according to you is what? >> one much my favorites is fight club. one much those twisted kind of movies. >> you do not talk about fight club. >> don't bunch me. >> the hobbit. may have had a few things added but it sucked to the plot. >> you're a smart kid. >> thanks. >> shawshank redemption. no one can argue me. no one. >> i'll be dammed. >> did you cry when you saw shawshank? >> who didn't cry when they
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stau? >> i didn't. >> anchor man. >> i look good. >> really good. >> will ferrell is a legend. >> a legend. >> hey everyone, come and see how goodie look. >> some like it hot. >> i always get the fuzzy end of the lollipop. >> oh, my god. >> bridesmaids. nonstop laughter. >> i'm going to go down to the river. >> i think the best movie that i ever seen is probably pulp fiction. >> continue. >> that movie really revolutionized storytelling. >> allow me to re tort. >> a worst movie that you've ever seen. >> i never see bad things. >> you're so discerning. >> the titanic, keeps sinking. >> because you know how it ends? >> yeah. there's so many. we have to agree on glitter. >> ouch. >> doesn't know what he's saying. he's drunk. >> who is the best actor or actress is. >> daniel day lewis.
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>> i like our chances now. >> cary grant. >> you name it i did it. >> meryl streep. >> i know it's shocking that i would say that. >> i have done battle every single day of my life. >> jennifer aniston. >> you're talking about the titans of the film industry. you're going with jennifer aniston? >> yes. i am. >> here's what you're looking for, right? >> jim carrey. pretty much play any role, serious, funny. all that. >> george clooney is really good actor. >> $7 million. never leave the cave without it. >> you just think clooney is handsome. >> he's a good looking guy. >> sandra bullock. she rocks. she does all different roles. >> this is much better. does not deserve to be acting in movies these days? >> -- >> it was full of -- >> isn't a good actor. doesn't have good emotion.
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>> nick cage has been going downhill for me. >> what do you say we cut the chitchat a-hole. >> i don't watch -- lindsay lohan and that lifetime film. >> i'm bored. >> she pumps out the worst thing i've ever seen. >> jennifer lopez. >> j-lo. >> she was only good in the movie where she got beat up. did you ever watch bill o'reilly? >> yes. >> what's your favorite part of the show? >> the talking points memo. >> what about waters world? >> may favorite part. >> are you bill o'reilly. >> i'm currently reading the book he wrote. it's really good. >> that shows the lack of history. the lack of history among younger people. most of the people were younger except for the guys that said some like it hot. the best actor in my mind, marlon brando. he was unbelievable. then lawrence olivier.
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even dustin hoffman. these guys were -- will ferrell, jennifer aniston? >> citizen kane and lawrence of arabia. the godfather. none were mentioned. none of those were mentioned. >> who was the best president and you go martin vanburen. they don't have the history. they don't know. >> no. >> and you know, american film is part of our culture. >> right. >> last year we sent you out to the oscars. do you remember that? >> i think so. >> george clooney once beat you up. >> that's right. i remember now. >> president obama. you just said obama. he was going to kill you. >> yeah. >> he hates me. >> now, i was thinking about sending out again, but we've done everything out there. >> what else is there to do? i don't think i'm allowed back at the oscars anyway. >> they don't like you. >> i'll be on the perimeter, i think. >> if ideas or want to see watters world do anything at the oscars, we're out of ideas for that. >> don't send me into south central l.a. do not do that.
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>> all right. jesse watters everybody, causing trouble as usual. >> thanks for watching us tonight. i am bill o'reilly. always remember that the spin stops right here. we're definitely looking out for you. hello everyone. welcome to the special labor day edition of the five. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob back from the congo and dana perino and andrea. this is the five. >> president obama has announced that he's ready to launch a military strike against syria. he wants congress to sign off on it. naturally, minutes after telling the country the national security is at risk, the president spent the afternoon golfing. today he put down the clubs to focus on getting the votes he needs from lawmakers. this afternoon, the president met with senators mccain and graham and the white house was dialing congre

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