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kids that age tend to say. thanks for watching "special report." i'm doug mckelway. good hello and welcome to our proud american special. i'm eric bolling along with kimberly guilfoyle, geraldo ref vera, dana perino and greg gutfeld. this is "the five." as americans gather this holiday weekend to celebrate our nation's 239th birthday, there are 14 republican candidates now vying to restore this great country. here are some of those hopefuls. >> yesterday is over. we must change the decisions we are making by changing the people who are making them. >> our country's on a very bad course. and the question is, what are we going to do about it? >> it is a time to reclaim the constitution of the united states! >> we need a leader that can
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bring back our jobs, can bring back our manufacturing, can bring back our military, can take care of our vets. >> the campaign that rebuilds america to the place where you and i grew up and where we want our children to grow up in again. >> we get back up. we dust ourselves off. we move forward. and you know what, we will do it again. >> i want to be part of a return to prosperity. a true economic boon that lifts all americans. >> we need leadership in the white house now that will unlock the potential of this great nation by changing the order of things in washington, d.c. and challenging the status quo. >> so who has the best chance at winning back the white house right now? jeb bush is at the top of the pack according to the latest fox news poll. but as we know very well in election cycles, anything can happen between now and the nomination. so who made the case? who made the best case so far? around the table k.g. >> it's interesting. because there's been some
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momentum now again with people who have announced most recently. you see that trump's been able to surge in the polls. jeb bush holding his own very strong with a tremendous financial backing at the top of the heap. so he's in a pretty good position. you've seen some other people kind of fading a little bit into the background. we expected them to be doing great things. marco rubio, scott walker is yet to announce. nonetheless there's been a few struggles, missteps there that perhaps have cast some doubts on the greatness of his potential campaign. >> what do you see, who's making the case? >> i think rubio has faded most dramatically. i think kimberly nailed that. i think the rubio flourish is over. i don't think he'll be a serious contender. >> wow. >> i think donald trump was magnificent in his opening remarks, and then i think he committed this self-inflicted wound having to do with mexican immigrants. fatally flawing his long-term prospects, although maybe giving him a spike in the short term. i think it's all about governor jeb bush. i've said it from the beginning
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he's the real hispanic in this race. i think he has tremendous crossover appeal. he's not his brother, but he carries a lot of good will from the bush clan. and i like him. i like his wife. i like his son george. >> since we're all putting on the record can i take whatever geraldo said and i'll do the opposite? dana, who's making the case for you? >> it's still pretty flat across the board. i'm going to tell you, obviously there's the trump and jeb bush at the top. realize the most remarkable staying power is ben carson. you don't see him a lot necessarily on tv. he's not doing every interview. but he is doing something right. and he is in the minds of a lot of people. so he is still way up there across the board. also i think carlie fiorina has probably worked harder than any of them. she is winning fans across the board, especially with younger people. she's been willing to go to college campuses. she's talking to them. i think that's good. i'm surprised that rick perry has not made more of a splash. to be honest, it's almost like
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you forgot that he announced he was running for president because he's just really not visible. i could go on, but i will say with scott walker entering, obviously he's winning iowa now if the election were held today. but john kasich, the governor of ohio, folks are going to like him. he says he'll make an announcement on july 21st. so there's still more to come. >> you have kasich, you have chris christie, and one or two others and rick perry who hasn't made the top ten. greg, do they get into the top ten? if they do, who do they push out? >> you know when i was looking, that's the first time i've ever listened to them all in order. i have to say, i said this, i really like the sound of carly's voice. because i think -- i don't think screaming about taking america back is going to appeal to most americans. americans aren't interested in vitriol. they're interested in comfort. they want it cogently and
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articulately explained why the country needs to change. i think when you come out there with kind of a histrionic perspective, i don't think that works. the one thing i worry is that why do we -- wouldn't it be great to have a candidate that defends you instead of the reverse? why do you have to support a candidate that you continually have to defend? when after they say something you always have to go, well, he didn't mean that. wouldn't it be great to have a candidate that you don't have to do that? the democrats never had to do that with barack obama. they never had to say, oh, he really didn't mean that. because he knew how to do it. and i think this is a time now, after eight years, people are generally america gets tired of eight years. we've seen that. it's a trend. so at this time they're ready for a change to switch the d from the r just to make the country feel comfortable. you don't have to do too much. that means you don't have to make huge mistakes and make crazy comments that you then have to walk back. and the party itself has to
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decide, what is the winner? the same way they did with barack obama and what they're doing with hillary. >> i want to ask quick thought on ben carson. i'm curious. i haven't heard you talk about him. >> i don't think much about ben carson. i like him as a person. i know he's a brilliant neurosurgeon. i like that there's an african-american on the republican ticket that has some traction. but i don't see him -- >> doing well, though. >> i'm kind of shocked by that. i am kind of shocked. >> there is something there. >> i like him. >> it's been consistent over time. and you would think it would drop off a little bit with everybody else getting in the race. but for some reason, i don't know what it is. >> that just brings to mind, who are we taking it back from? do they mean from the democrats? from obama? from what? >> yeah, the white house. >> from al sharpton? what are they talking about? >> all of. >> it the good news on the republican side there are a lot to choose from. 14 so far. >> that's the bad news. the bad news is when you have too many choices, it makes the opposition look bigger. when you have one candidate that
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they've decided on -- remember this happened with barack obama. this has been an error. and it's republican national committee has to figure this out. they've got to get in change and say okay. let's get this down to a core group of people. because all you're going to have is a lot of voices that are going to make one voice seem more singular. >> speaking of one voice, seeming pretty darn singular, there's hillary clinton, the clear frontrunner on the democrat side. >> did you give your opinion? >> i did. i said whatever you said i go the opposite. i like marco rubio quite a bit. who's didn't you like? donald trump? i like donald trump. >> i like donald trump. i just think he's hurt himself so badly. >> pretty well-known. i'm not a bush guy. i would like to see new blood. >> rand paul? >> i like rand paul as well. do i. and ben carson and john kasich. i like a lot of them. and carly fiorina. but the problem is, carly is the tenth right now on the ten. i would love to see -- >> jindal. >> some competition to see who gets into the ten. >> santorum.
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>> never-ending. >> he's the one i like the least unfortunately. >> man crush is rand paul. remember when hillary said this during her first white house attempt. >> i think i'm probably the most transparent person in public life. i feel you know a lot more about me than you know about anybody else. much of it untrue, but nonetheless it's all out there. >> fast forward seven years, and americans now know she certainly has not been transparent. she hid her e-mails while secretary of state and her family's foundation may have accepted donations in exchange for favors from secretary clinton. americans also know that in the aftermath of her four years as america's top diplomat, the country is less respected now around the world, and let's never forget benghazi, please. she may secure the democrat nomination. but will voters put her in the white house? bring around this way this time. do you think is she the inevitable? >> i think just because she's the only one out there. we could talk about sanders. but let's face it. that is just there that's something to look at like a
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little shine bauble but she's there. chris christie could come in because he has a certain stature. he expresses gratitude instead of shame over a country. he expresses unity instead of division and strength instead of chaos. as secretary of state, she presided over some chaos. >> chris christie could run as a democrat. >> not really. >> that's not what you're saying. >> no. >> as an adult. he can run as an adult. >> i think hillary clinton has a very thin margin of error. about 46% of the country who is going to vote for her no matter what. it doesn't matter what she does they will vote for her. another 46% is like i will never vote for her. so there's a small window. and then i just look at these things pretty rationally and practically. you have to get to 270 electoral votes. if you take off california and new york, so hillary clinton basically is like looking at four states that she really has to try to win. and now she could have trouble in florida or ohio.
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maybe even in colorado. but i think virginia with the governor terry mcauliffe and she's going to try to run the tables there. so if the election were held today, yes. i'm not trying to pour cold water on everything. but it is very difficult to see her not becoming president. >> dana is making a very good point for on the republican side. counter that, florida, ohio with a jeb or rubio and a john kasich. >> i think that's why jeb bush is the inevitable republican nominee and the man who can beat hillary clinton. because it will come down to florida again, it seems to me. and it will come down, i hate to say this, kimberly, i have a private joke about it. i think it's going to come down to the puerto ricans along the i-4 corridor in central florida. they are swing voters. i think between hillary and jeb they're going to be torn. he's the only republican that can compete for that vote. >> why do you say puerto ricans along the i-4 border? >> because it sounds sexy. >> k.g. are you going to go down there? >> there is now mama mia. there is now. >> we're going to do it.
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>> like 600,000 puerto ricoance who have moved into central florida. they're leaving puerto rico because of the financial stress. they vote. i think they will vote for jeb bush because he hablas. >> sauve. get on board. puerto rican flag on the other side. >> i'm not sure the i-4 corridor has anything to do with it. >> that's where they all live in florida. >> i would campaign up and down that corridor. that's what's happening. puerto ricans float. right? like a puerto rican float just up and down the i-4 corridor. right? >> i remember you tweeted in 2012 when the results were coming in from central florida. you said, and i almost remember your tweet. and we felt like it was sharing. you tweeted that democrats are popping their cork right now, if you recall. and when those returns started coming in. because as florida goes, very
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often the nation goes. >> that was a long night that night. >> it was a long night. but the dye was cast pretty quick. >> how about this? what issues should americans be concerned about when they go to the polls this election cycle? with the rise of isis we all know national security is certainly on a lot of americans' minds. but is it the top priority? what do you think, dana. >> it's not the top priority according to the polls. it's always about the economy. it's the anxiety people feel about their children not having as good a lifestyle as they've had. this is feeding all of the economic anxiety. so whoever can convince people that -- >> who is that? >> who is going to be able to convince them? it remains to be seen. none of them have been very specific. all of them say like let's bring our country back. okay, well, now, getting into the debate time we're less than a month away. so let's find out. how would you actually confirm for people that their retirement savings are going to be there? how are you going to get a handle on income growth? things like that are going to matter. >> can i give props here?
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chris christie seems to be the one who's come out with the most specifics about how he would fix america with entitlements, social security things and other things as far as debt. and rand paul as well, though. >> but the problem is, when you talk about what issues most americans are concerned about, it's based on an assumption that there is a concern. we have a very young population who -- life is pretty good for them. because they aren't faced with some of the decisions that older people have to deal with. they have technological advances at their fingertips that make partial employment and unemployment not such a bad life. you can pretty much live at home and get all the things that you want. you have more channels than you ever did. you have more technology in your iphone than there was in the moon landing. you are as a person who might be poor now better off than the king of england was 200 years ago. how do you get people who are generally unconcerned and apathetic into your side? and that goes back to my original point. it's not about hysteria. it's about making them feel
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comfortable about the choice. that they can go from d to r without thinking it's that big of a deal. even though it is. it's a baby step, but it's the most important one. >> one of them could be when they get their first job or second job and start paying taxes. >> exactly. they don't have jobs. >> that's the problem. they make it too easy for them not to get jobs. what's the most important issue? >> i think it's the economy. but for me personally, besides that, i think it's definitely foreign policy and national security. the direction that this country is going in. and interestingly enough, there is a deep partisan divide that the poll also shows with 54% of those who said they would vote for a republican right in the primary very concerned about the values, the direction of the country. so there's a lot to season there in terms of getting out the vote and making sure people show up. last time there was some voter apathy with respect to mitt romney. some of the true conservatives, et cetera, were dissatisfied. did not feel excited and riled up to be able to go out there and campaign or to vote for him because they were dissatisfied
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and trying to make a point. >> would a jeb nomination create the same apathy that romney did last night or even mccain? >> i really don't think so. i think he's innovative enough and they get it. those bushes are pros. dana knows better than most. but i tell you one thing. the republicans cannot campaign on moral decay. you can't campaign gay marriage is over. forget about that. >> not that. >> marijuana is over. forget about that. i agree with kimberly. it's all about isis and the national security threat from abroad. >> and walker made a mistake already with gay marriage. that was a misstep. >> we're going to leave it right there. lots more to come on "the five" proud american special ahead our favorite things to do on the fourth of july and facebook friday coming up. stick around. ♪ i built my business with passion. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count.
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i'm just so proud that i am an american. and every time i see a soldier or americans helping their neighbors, or when people come out. or another thing is, like on "laverne and shirley" when everyone would laugh together. that's like america to me.
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>> welcome back to "the five" proud american special. on this fourth of july we want to talk about some of our favorite things to do to celebrate the holiday. first up, our favorite fourth of july food. i have to go to kimberly, of course. because i know that you like your chicken wings. >> so excited, yeah. >> what else do you like on the fourth of july? >> i like just about everything. i just love a feast. i love to barbecue. i love chicken wings. i was thinking about this last time. you'll see my plate. it will have a burger on it, hot dog on it. can't believe those behind. i'll have chicken wings on it. i like a mix. >> a potato salad gal? >> i prefer to just have a nice big baked potato and put some butter and cheese on it. but i'll eat potato salad if it's there. but i like to kind of go to my own big thing on that. >>. >> geraldo? >> i do grill. i'm not necessarily seen as a griller. but i love hot dogs more than
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hamburgers and frozen margaritas. there's no fourth of july without these. >> wowers that's nice. >> do you take your picture off when you grill? >> of course. >> i picture you grilling shirtless. >> i'm all about that. >> eric? >> beer. during the day and transition to vodka during evening. >> what about you don't eat anything? >> yeah. the tradition is to drink during the -- have some cocktails during the day. a few cocktail at daddyos. and then seafood. >> you're married to elena formerly from russia. does she like the forth fourth of july food, the whole celebration? >> i guess. so but i prefer not to talk about that. what happens on the fourth of july with food? food eating contests. the hot dog eating contest. >> i think it's the most disgusting behavior to watch
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adults stuffing their faces with 50 hot dogs. imagine if it wasn't food but another kind of behavior you were celebrating. would you have a contest? >> do you know what i'm talking about? >> if i did i'd win it. that's all i know. >> not that one. >> oh. >> i was trying to figure out what he was eluding to myself. >> a contest is nothing to be proud of. >> like pooping? >> where does your mind go? i thought something else. >> i i my head it still in the clouds. move on. favorite fireworks. i'm going to go first. i like sparklers of course. but do you remember snakes? because i grew up in wyoming and colorado it was always very dry. so we often were on fire restriction. but snakes you could do. my dad would put them on a brick and they would make themselves into a snake. >> do they still have those? >> yes, they do. >> what about you, greg? >> i prefer stuff that would blow off a toe. the old school illegal
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fireworks. bottle rocket, an m 80. i love the smell of a brick of firecrackers going off. and that's why it's not the same anymore. there's no risk. usually a kid who lives on your block that was missing a eye. >> i've been waiting all day for your comments about fourth july. because you have a lot of anxiety about it. >> i do. >> i like a lot of snaps. do you remember snaps? >> my dog, this is the worst weekend of his life. >> do you have fireworks yourself? >> we don't have fireworks but they're all along the beach. everyone is up all night with fireworks. >> that is nice, though. >> what? >> the fireworks. >> the dog is petrified. he's shivering in the closet in the basement. you feel horrible. they have these things you can put on them. >> thunder shirt. >> like cherry bombs in the mailbox. >> as a father of five, i really am -- >> i am almost every fourth of july if i'm in the country i'm on my boat.
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right from underneath the fireworks. either in the hudson river or east river. and my shirt is also always off. >> do you have a tradition to go to fireworks? >> there's great fireworks in sag harbor which i'm going to go to for sure. also i like the parade in southhampton is legendary to go to. and kids love it. they have like a whole big parade down main street. >> must be nice. >> if you were me you could live it. >> a new tradition for us is that jasper is in the parade in bluffton, south carolina in the side car of the harley. so who knows what sort of getup they're going to be in i won't be there. >> can i tale quick fourth of july story last summer last fourth of july at the black whale had a couple of drinks. leaving black whale. adrien driving, she's backing out. all of a sudden hear bang, crash, glass breaks. what happened? there's a boat. there's a boat parked on the street on a trailer. so you know how some of the cars have the backing up noise? it doesn't recognize when the boat is hanging over if it's
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about that high. my wife's the only person who hit a boat on land. >> wow. >> how about you? any last thoughts on fourth of july? >> i think fourth of july is overrated. july 5th you have arbor day in new zealand. july 5th constitution day in armenia. and it's x day in the celebration of the church of the sub genius. that's all on july 5th. >> you have something to look forward to. >> sub genius. look up the sub genius. next on celebrities on why they're proud to be americans and why we are, too. stay tuned. if you have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. isn't it time to let the real you shine through? introducing otezla, apremilast. otezla is not an injection, or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. some people who took otezla saw 75% clearer skin after 4 months. and otezla's prescribing information has
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we have such a strong patriotism i think as a country. which i really truly do feel it that we have the greatest country in the world. when you go on the road and you tour and you see a lot of the heartland of america, you really do get a feel of what real true
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patriotism is. >> and that was charles kelly from the country music group lady antebellum. here are some other folks you might recognize on why they're proud to be americans. >> the spirit of the american people. you know, american people believe that they can accomplish anything. and it's just part of our culture. it's part of our dna. >> what makes me proud to be american? it's so many things. i mean, but obviously you know, to have the opportunity to pursue my happiness. >> i'm so blessed to just be an american woman. i wake up in the morning and i get to do what i want with my day. i get to do what i want with my life. that's a privilege and a luxury that so many people are denied. >> so many things. i mean, it's the opportunities of the country. this country's given us. and the fact that we are an
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immigrant nation. we can bring in a lot of things under a big tent when we're at our best. >> the spirit and freedom of the country and being able to express. >> it's a wonderful country. we're very lucky to live here. >> troops, bob saget here. happy, safe, healthy fourth of july. they're yelling for mark wahlberg right now. i don't mean anything. >> look. there's a lot of crazy stuff going on in our country. but at the core especially when you talk about the military, people risk their lives to protect our freedom. we need to honor them in a much bigger way. and i love you guys and thank you. >> oh, mark wahlberg. what a fabulous big star. >> yes. >> big star. finally. he's right, though. he's absolutely right. it's not about pride. pride is the original and deadliest of sins. and we're confusion pride with gratitude. you should be thankful. you should be proud. you should be thankful for the people who are defending this country. we should be thankful for things like the second amendment in which we can defend ourselves. thankful for the industries and innovations of this country that
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make it the greatest country ever. >> is that an amendment? >> it's not about pride, it's about gratitude. >> how about the first amendment? >> can't have the first without the second or the fourth. >> i've travelled to over 100 countries. everybody wants to live in the united states. everybody wants to be american. and we've done the impossible. we have harnessed the hybrid digger of the planet. it's all meshing here. we bring them here. we get that great brain power, that sweat equity. we get them. we are on top of the heap. >> i like it. that was good. i like where you went with that. i wasn't expecting it. >> i didn't know. >> you can thank guns for that. >> just happened. >> second amendment. >> we talk about the military a locht you're 100% right. they deserve every bit of our thanks and praise and everything. all the adulation we can possibly give them. but also law enforcement, too. law enforcement puts their lives on the line every single day. kids are coming out of police academies at $35,000 a year,
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$40,000 a year. sometimes less. >> sometimes less. >> putting their life in -- putting themselves in harm's way for our safety and fire -- the fire personnel as well. i think both of those are underappreciated. so just a little -- >> don't forget paramedics. >> and them, too. >> men in uniform. this is the theme. >> ups delivery guy. >> seriously, sanitation workers. >> garbagemen. >> they work harder than any uniform. >> i'm not going there. >> my garbage? kill a cow. >> they're union. >> i guess. so. >> so are the cops. >> but they're not public servants. >> dana perino. >> just asking someone why they are a proud american, it's kind of a difficult question. because it's a feeling. it's not something that you put into words all the time. so that we have to spend some time thinking about it is beautiful. i agree with geraldo, everywhere i've been people want to be more like america. they strive to be. we should help them be that way, too. >> everybody wants to be us.
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so let's appreciate it. let's get out there and vote. be informed. be enthusiastic. love this country. >> are you proud of america? america ferrara. >> sing it. >> how about america vespucci. >> facebook friday is up next. this is my body of proof.
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some good ones we haven't answered yet. so let's do this, america. going around the table, kimberly. here's the first one from kirk b. what is your exact home address? i'm kidding. what was your first car? >> okay. so it was a red car. it was a dodge dart with a slant 6 engine and it had a bumper sticker that said ensured by smith & wesson baby on the back. drive around the softball team and blast out bon jovi. we were undefeated. >> it wasn't confederate? >> no. >> 1947 chevy convertible. i cut the steering wheel in half so it would be like an airplane? but i cut the wrong side. so i ended up taking up the bottom of it instead of the top. >> that's pretty funny. >> i got it for 25 bucks. >> my first car, i think it was a 10-year-old chevy chevelle. that thing was a rocket. it was a light car. at the time they had a v 6 and v
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8? >> in chicago in the snow? >> i was once taking a girl on a date. i think driving 15 in chicago. taking a girl on a date. bench seat in the front. turned the car over to step on the brake. the seat broke. the whole bucket seat went back. >> and it worked out? >> and it worked out. >> like that was an accident. >> that was it. it was parked in my driveway. that's all. >> didn't get far enough. >> did you ever have a car? >> i did. what do you mean did i ever have a car? >> was it a big wheel? >> no. i had a gold dodge torismo. which you probably have never heard of. >> sounds like a medical illness. >> it was very famous. the t the torismo. >> that's interesting. >> grand torino. my first one was a '76 cut has supreme oldsmobile with red velvet inside. it was horrible.
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my last car, 59 vega. try to find one of those, people. >> you drive a 1959 -- >> hk >> in new york city? >> are you kidding me? i don't even have a driver's license. >> he's making all this up. >> all right. what would everyone's last meal on earth be like if they had a choice? let's go with dane tha go aroun >> i have to go with steak and red wine. >> what kind of steak? >> i don't care. i'll eat it all. >> why bother? not like you have to get up in the morning and do a speech. eric? >> as you know, i don't eat red meat so i haven't had a burger in 20 years? it would be a bloody bacon and cheddar burger. make it a double. >> that would be good. >> last meal on earth. >> so i would have rice and beans on the side and hallucinogenic mushrooms.
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>> so true. for sure i would want to have yeah probably red wine. because we were having dinner, right? and then maybe a steak and a potato. however, i would have to have if it was my last meal like side slices of is a lsalami. >> this question didn't say do you die after your meal. try to find something that -- >> eat buffet? >> exactly. that never ends. i would choose human flesh. >> ew! you're as weird as i always knew you were. >> just saying maybe the person that's going to kill you you decide to eat that person. then you live! >> this is like his 1959 -- >> last meal i'm going to eat the executioner if i have a choice. >> there's usually a backup executioner. always has a buddy next to him. >> show me proof of that. what was the tough question asked of you during a job interview, eric? >> the first job i ever had
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literally hundreds of people trying to get a job. the question was he had one question. sell me this pen. handed me a pen. i was like -- you prepare for everything. your high school, your college, what you're good at. sell me this pen. i literally went something to the effect of i'll sell you this pen for a dollar. but if you buy three of them i'll give you a 20% discount on it. i swear on my life i got the job because of that. it was mobile oil and they were trying to sell more gasoline. what they try to do beat their dealer's prices down so they can sell more gasoline on the corner. >> vifhave i ever been arrested? >> what did you say? >> i said the truth and did not get the job as a result. >> k.g., toughest question? >> during a job interview? >> yeah. >> i pretty much got hired after 30 seconds. >> it was never a -- it was a question of how much do you want? >> which office do you want? >> do you want the manager's position? >> i'm getting divorced. are you married? >> an apartment to go with it?
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>> whoever is interviewing starts putting down the pictures of her family. i don't have a family. anyway -- >> what happens they go like this. take off any jewelry. you're like, okay. >> so i guess -- >> come here often? >> i was asked to define the difference between sales and marketing because it was for a marketing writer and i didn't have the answer. i just said, my birthday was yesterday and i'm very hung over. and they said, well, at least you're honest. maybe you can come back when you're sober. >> that's the answer to that now. >> what is it? >> if you're at the white house, there's white house communications and the press secretary's office. it's like marketing. they come up with like the whole what they want you to sell and the press secretary has to go out and try to sell it. that's how i would describe it. >> see? you weren't there, though. >> can i tell you what my hardest question was? >> please. >> i really think what sort of salary do you expect. kimberly writes about that in her book "making a case." i don't like to talk about money. i'm not very good at it. but young women, you have to get over that and figure out a way
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to ask for what you're worth. >> you absolutely do. make them pay, baby. they like it. they respect you. >> if they don't get upset when you give them the number you were too low. if they go like this. i don't think we can handle that. if they start giggling -- >> then you know. >> we out? >> yes. >> all right. i got three questions left but they're yelling at me. are you yelling at me or did you just forget about me? >> save them for labor day. >> they're not talking to me anymore. >> top gun. read it. if you like the movie "top gun" which i think had harrison ford. >> it did. >> geraldo's got some news you want to stay tuned for coming up. feel secure in your dentures... feel free to be yourself all day. just switch from denture paste to sea-bond denture adhesive seals. holds stronger than the leading paste all day... without the ooze. feel secure. be yourself. with stronger, clean sea-bond.
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♪ highway to the danger zone going to take it right into the danger zone ♪ ♪ highway to the danger zone >> wow. maverick. he had the need for speed. since the 1980s a lot of "top gun" fans have felt the need for a sequel. variety reporting "top gun 2" in
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the works. tom cruise likely to reprise his role as the handsome fighter pilot. >> i love it. i would go see it immediately. >> he would have to be the instructor, don't you think? >> i don't care what he is. i think it's going to be an amazing movie. when you hear it on surround sound? come on. >> see, i like the old war movies like "sergeant york" gary cooper. he won the academy award, real life story of a guy, humble tennessee roots, a poor farmer guy goes to war, captures an entire german company single-handed. i love that. >> that's exciting. too. but "top gun" also has a great love scene. and remember when megaryan says to goose, take me to bed or lose me forever?" i like that. >> megameg ryan? >> wow. >> i love "lone survivor" fantastic movie.
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inspiring. but "american sniper" really just got it for me. >> great movie. >> loved everything about the sniper. the ending is just dramatic and heart-felt. a couple of great movies. dana, do you have one? >> i'm terrible at this game because i'm really a cultural black hole. i don't really remember movies and things. i remember as a kid my dad took us to "born on the fourth july" tom cruise. i remember liking that very much. >> that was an anti-war movie rather than pro-war movie. >> i don't know if any war movies are actually pro war. >> "red dawn". >> that's a discussion for another time. >> "red dawn" was awesome. >> "saving private ryan". >> that has the greatest opening scene. the d day normandy beach invasion. what about you? >> i picked "dirty mary crazy larry" that was a great movie from the 70s. i picked the lives of others. >> you said "behind the green door". >> that was in the break, geraldo. did you ever see "lives of others" about the east german spies in east germany before the reunification, pre-reagan.
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it's a good movie to look at what it was like, the corrosive element of socialism and how freedom is the only remedy for totalitarianism. came out in 2007. fantastic film. >> seems more political than combaty. >> "highway to the danger zone" do you know what that song is about? >> no. >> it's about you, geraldo. you're the danger zone. everybody wants to land on you. >> one more thing after this. >> oh, my god. what is wrong with you? ♪ i want to rock and roll all night and party every day ♪
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it's time now for one more thing. dana kicks it off. >> the "los angeles times" has helpful information about how to take good pictures on your iphone or whatever device you have on the fourth of july. a couple of the ones. turn off the flash. it's important. you can also get some apps that
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can give you some nice filters. and learn this. your apple ear ipod thing, you can take photographs with that so that you can actually have it steady. >> very good. >> so fourth of july fireworks are hard to take pictures of. >> good stuff. >> k.g.? >> i want to talk about that in a moment. but in the meantime, i want to say feliz compleanos. >> de nada. >> happy birthday. i think we get food if we sing. but in the meantime -- >> how nice. >> a little cupcake. perfect. >> thank you. thank you. >> happy birthday, geraldo. we love you. >> since you're geraldo, take the top off the cupcake. >> what? >> i got that one. >> we're super happy having you here on "the five" happy fourth and happy birthday. >> speaking of birthdays, i am the proud grandfather of my
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first granddaughter, ella rose, born on the 30th of june. that's my son cruz at texas a & m graduate. marine engineer. there she is. she was born on the 30th of june weighing 8 pounds 4 ounces. that's her mom lauren. we welcome her joining my two grandsons. so the flock is growing. >> very nice. many blessings. >> thank you. >> gregory. >> sunday like i said, july 5th is a much bigger day than july 4th. my show? greg gutfeld show? is a july 5th special. >> huge. >> we have johnny rotten, a true patriot from england and lou dobbs. we're having them together. watch tonight or tomorrow night or whenever this is on. who cares? >> very good. >> okay. on this independence day i want to give a special shout out to our troops from all of us here at "the five" thank you for fighting for our freedom, for our liberty, and for our america. thank you to all our vets. this is the greatest country in
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the world. and we have the greatest military in the world. so if you see a soldier or a vet this fourth of july or anytime, for that matter, make sure you shake their hand and buy him or her a beer or a meal. how about that one? >> how about red wine? >> or red wine. that's it for us. set your dvrs. you never want to miss an episode of "the five" have a very safe and a very happy fourth, everyone.
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good morning. it's saturday, july 4th. i'm elizabeth prann in anna kooiman. this is a fox news alert. police across the country preparing for the worst this independence day. fears of a dirty bomb. report on the latest threats coming up. >> holiday weekend tragedy as a is shot dead in the middle of a popular pill in san francisco. worst part, her killer shouldn't have been in this country in the first place. he had been deported five times. her phiing new details this morning. >> put down that burger. you are killing the environment. grill for your fourth


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