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interviewing texas senator ted cruz. tuesday, the winner take all state of arizona. and that is tomorrow night at 10:00, hope you'll join us, thanks for being with us. we'll see you back here, tomorrow. facebook. see you tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. eastern. good night. >> "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight. >> she has gone way past that to overt language and i think, therefore, we have to use overt language and call him the racist he is. >> the far left continuing to brand donald trump a racist. and if you don't go along with that description, you might be one, too. we have a specialwjtq(ort. >> for the longest time the republican party has told us that they can't win with just republican votes. guess who is doing it? donald trump is doing it. >> talk radio divided over donald trump's dan casey. we will take a hard look at that situation. >> you don't trust hillary? >> not as a president. >> i don't think the fbi trusts her either. >> also ahead watters at a
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concert talking politics. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the from south florida, factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly reporting tonight from south florida. thanks for watching us. covering donald trump. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. it is becoming clear that many, perhaps most in the media believe that journalists are not acting responsibly unless they are condemning trump. labeling the man a bigot or worse. >> there was a moment in the debate when clinton and sanders were asked if donald trump was a racist. they both gave answers>, that basically said yes but did not say the word donald trump is a racist. you tweeted this. i didn't realize this is a racist.
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racist, speaks like a racist of course donald trump is a racist. should they have said that? >> i said the way is he using his racial appeal is extraordinarily cynical. we talked a lot lately about dog whistles and coded language. he has gone way past that to overt language and i think, therefore, we have to use overt language and call him the racist he is. >> mayor de blasio echoing the far left view which is what he always does. now, not since the precivil rights south has the vicious head of bigotry been raise sod prominently in political circles. no question the racist tag will be front and center in the upcoming presidential campaign should donald trump get the republican nomination. that will!s be the centerpiece of attacks against him. trump himself doesn't seem fazed or do his supporters. but in order to become president donald trump will need 65 million americans to vote for him. his opposition believes the racist tag will drive minority and on the fence
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voters away. the question then becomes how do responsible and fair minded press people cover the trump campaign when the race card is being used as an ax. last night on the factor we talked with jorge ramos, lead anchor for univision. the topic was a question how can that network, univision possibly cover mr. trump fairly when they have already branded him anti-hispanic? the segment is posted on bill o' in case you missed it during our debate, mr. ramos said this: >> i think you have to be tougher on donald trump. you haven't been tough on him. >> i have been -- listen, i have confronted donald trump in ways. >> how many times you have confronted donald trump? >> he has told me that i'm unfair. okay? i'm not going to get into me. i want to bring it back to you. >> you talk to him so many times. >> yeah, tonight. right before you. >> and you let him get >> no, no, no, no. i don't let him get away
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>> >> you with him on everything. >> that's not true. talking points is used that kind of stuff. overnight we received about 3,000 emails as usual the reaction to the trump interview was all over the place. i'm too kind to him. i'm condescending. i'm unfair to the candidate. i'm in the tank. same interview. on and on. we'll read some of your letters later. but, that reaction is mostly based on how the viewerw4a feels about donald trump, not what actually took place in my interview with him. as far as mr. ramos is concerned, he seems to be on another planet. here's the factor record and you can look it up. everything is in the beginning of his campaign, i directly told donald trump that mexico would not, would not pay for the border wall. even if economic reprisals were taken against that country. simply put, no mexican politician could survive in office if he or she agreed to that i suggested to donald trump that a mass deportation of illegal aliens would tied up in
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federal courts for years, effectively shutting down the policy. same thing with temporarily barring muslims from entering the u.s.a. courts would block that=élp'd the hearings would take forever. we also investigated donald trump's statement about thousands of muslims in new jersey celebrating after the 9/11 attack. and found the statement to be exaggerated. in addition, i suggested to mr. trump that muslim nations are need to do defeat the jihadist and america would be wise not to alienate them. also, i told donald trump that john mccain is a hero, carly fiorina's appearance was no issue. that megyn kelly's question about women was legit and just last night i said that rhetorical mudslinging will not make america great again. i said all this to mr. trump's face. i can list dozens of other issues where i have challenged donald trump. sometimes to his great annoyance. but i also allow him his say. and to his credit, he comes in to this tough forum.
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he is not afraid as many other politicians are trumpp, is accessible to the voters. a very good thing. the press does not intimidate him and he curries no favor with it. now, i like jorge ramos, is he no phony, but is he absolutely blind on the trump issue. and he has no bleeping clue about what we do here, obviously. maybe jorge objects becauseri-id trump a racist. he is not. he doesn't care what color or race somebody is. it is not racist to want to shut down illegal immigration or brand islamic terrorism a deep threat. that's not racist. it is not a mark of fascism to hold other countries accountable for treating america unfairly. in addition, i'm not in the nitpicking business. trump and every other politician misspeak at times. the gotcha game is cheap and boring. for example, if you really
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believe donald trump is courting the kkk, you need to get some fresh air. it is my job to give you the american voter insights into those seeking power. i do that in a variety of ways, and you will learn more from the factor than most other news programs. you don't stay number one for 16 years by spinning, shilling or selling out. donald trump is the most important political story in decades. we will cover him fairly on the factor, allowing to you decide whether or not he has the right stuff to be president. for that, we will be demonized and attacked by those who divide trump. to quote president bush the he would are, read my lips, i don't care. trump deserves fair coverage as do all of the other candidates, including hillary clinton. sadl will provide fair coverage in this election cycle.
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trump has changed all the rules because he has broken many of them. jorge ramos and other press folks are out to get trump. we are not. we are out to cover him. and that's the memo. next on the and bolling will react. later gutfeld and mcguirk will do the same. so hide the kids. the factor will be right back from south there's a more enjoyable way to get your fiber. try phillips' fiber good gummies plus energy support. it's a new fiber supplement that helps support regularity and includes b vitamins to help convert food to energy. mmmmm, these are good! nice work, phillips! the tasty side of fiber, from phillips'.
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>> targeting the news media in similar fashion. >> news media have a fit. run on over there. they are more interested in two or three pickets now that thousands of people here. that's what they show on television, you know. >> we have nine or 10,000 people in here they will talk about one guys or two guys. >> joining us from new york city to react eric bolling and from los angeles geraldo rivera. all right, geraldo, what about the racist stuff, is it out of control? >> i think that to pretend that trump suddenly introduced race into the political mix is both intellectually sloppy and hypocritical. race ism politics. race is part of why we have the modern republican party, the southern strategy is based on exploiting the right resentment in the old quefertion to the civil rights movement. the democratic party. the base of the democratic party is incouraging
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urban african-american and latino voter to flock to them as part of their own resentment. race is at the foundation of american politics and to pretend that trump brought it into the fray is absolutely wrong. it isn't wrong. trump is not a racist. furthermore, i predict that trump may get as much, in my opinion, as 25% of the african-american vote. why? because he is anti-free trade or unfair trade. he is anti-immigration. the immigrants perceived by many black americans being in competition to them. i though suddenly make him different than american politics today is extremely unfair, bill. >> all right. and eric, you say that the media is -- i think the media is propelling this race. i think they are behind it. that andrea mitchell thing, george wallace, i bet you he
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said something similar to what barack obama said. i bet you could dig that up. george wallace in his long political career saying something similar to what barack obama once said. you know,ñ behind this. this is atactic that they have embraced. and you say? >> and i say there are five stages of grief, bill, denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. they denied donald trump whatever run he ran. then they denied he was going to win. is he winning. then they went to the anger stage. we have seen anger. my other co-host over here geraldo3 talent to do take me outside and punch me once because we argued about the trump wall. it's the last ditch stage of anger. the media is complicit on both sides. the establishment media with the left-wing media are attacking trump and it's their last moment before they get into that depression stage which will finally inevitably lead to an acceptance stage which will happen. >> no, they will never going
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to accept him, bolling. they will never accept donald trump. >> they're going to have to. they are not going to have a choice. >> no they don't. they can just beat him to a geraldo something. >> the left-wing media some in this building will eventually accept him. >> no they won't. a guy like glenn beck is not going to accept donald trump. later on we have senator ben sasse from nebraska and i don't think ever going to accept him. geraldo, you heard ramos, number one his network is powerful among hispanic americans. number two comes on i'm in the bag for trump. come on, this is;6 just absurd. this is what jorge really believes. all this crap on the internet. the funny thing is trump thinks you are in the bag for harr hay ramos. >> whatever. i think that immigration and the whole -- the whole notion that trump is going
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to deport 12 million people. i submit to you that i believe that trump really, when he talked to the "new york times" editorial board, he told them, listen, i'm not going to deport 12 million people. where am i going to get the buses to do it i'm not requesting to break up families where there are citizen children. >> you don't know he said that you are surmising he said that. >> i think he will -- his new york values, i think, underlie a real person who is probably among the least racist politician on the national seen. >> can i throw something in here. >> yeah, go ahead, eric. >> use whatever trick he can to position himself as a businessman to exploit the political realities of america. i think that whole not denouncing david duke in a timely fashion, that i think, was a dog whistle for some voters in those. >> but, geraldo, didn't answer the question you ramos and a lot of the media start pointing fingers like a person like you, bill, what they have done is in the first time in -- i don't
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know, maybe since george wallace, the media is now not only hating on trump, they can't stand this guy but they are also going -- taking it one step further and pointing fingers at people who have conversations with trump who don't trash him. if you don't trash trump, you are a trump splainer, i and frankly that's disingenuous. all right, gentlemen. thank you. directly ahead dana perino on amazing situation. a far left group that partially caused the violence in chicago at the trump rally now signing an antiviolence letter. wait until you hear this. moments away. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies.
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campaign 2016 segment tonight, next tuesday arizona, utah, american samoa will all have primaries on the republican side. arizona is the big ticket. trump leading there according to a merrill poll over cruz and kasich. you see the numbers. on the democratic side hillary clinton seems to be overwhelming bernie sanders in arizona. in another development, moreo than 20 progressive organizations posted a letter on the net saying that donald trump is dangerous and insighting hate and violence. one of those groups is move on, who itself incited violence in chicago by urging people to disrupt the trump rally last week. joining us now from new york city dana perino. sometimes i feel like i'm in the twilight zone, remember that show? >> a little bit. >> okay. so move on, they are responsible for all this trump craziness last friday. and then they write little note, oh, we condemn trump. it's like and people buying this? what do you think? >> well, there is a couple things like with move, in particular, one of the things that they know
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is that they can rile up their base using donald trump as their foil. one of the ways they make money is by exploiting a thing or a person. in this case they chose donald trump. move has a particular interest because they need to raise some money so they can keep in business as they say you think by dymonizing trump and attacking trump people go to that website and send them donations that's what it is all about for them. >> i think does rally up their base. they need the enthusiasm, because, iníñ particular, if you look across the board in all of the states republicans are swamping the democrats when it comes to turnout. and including in huge big important states like florida, where hillary clintonrbj-ñ one florida but so did trump. there were also about 55% more turnout than there has been in 2012 across the board in all of these states so so, republicans definitely have the edge -- republicans definitely have the edge on turnout. >> democratic turnout is
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down in ohio and michigan and republicans are jazzed because of donald trump. here is what i don't understand. a new nbc poll actually done bylñ my alma mater marist college has hillary clinton thumping donald trump. >> um-huh. >> now, i'm not particularly -- i don't particularly believe that poll at this point. i think things are fluid there. it depends on what trump said on yesterday or the day before and what hillary clinton said. however, if you do believe the nbc poll, why did 20 progressive groups want to tell people not to nominate donald trump if hillary clinton is going to thump him they should want him in there, right? >> if you like data and polls only available we have is 24 out will 28 polls show donald trump would lose to hillary clinton in a head-to-head. however, you are right. nine months to go so we will see. if you look at data, that's what it says. even david plouffe who was the architect of president obama's campaign said this week that trump is a wild card. they don't know.
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the traditional things of having good money and good organization hasn't mattered, necessarily. not saying that trump is not organized but he has spent relatively little money compared to other candidates that have been in the race. so, you if you look at the traditional playbook and they are looking at the media coverage donald trump is able to get, how things seem to just basically slide on by, for example, hillary clinton is in the fifth day today of trying to he can explain herself when she said that she wanted to put coaló÷ minors miners and coal workers out of business. donald trump can say that and they never ask him about that it's such wild card and different year and people want an outsider that, yes, they should be worried and i think that these democrats are coming together because they have to, one, raise money and, two, raise the alarm bell on enthusiasm for their candidate. >> all right. so you think that this is all going to be the if it's trump vs. clinton, it's all going to be about trump. it's going to be voting for trump or against trump. it's not going to be about
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hillary clinton? >> not necessarily because i do think that she has a solidd! base of support with a certain group of democratic voters who are going to come out and vote for her no matter. what and, in fact. >> they haven't come out in the primaries though. >> they haven't. >> they haven't come out -- the primaries are down big. >> that's one of the concerns that president obama has because today at the white house you saw a little bit more of him willing to talk about the republican race and i think that he has?.tió signaled behind the scenes to democrats that y'all need to start thinking about getting behind hillary clinton and that he has signaled he will be a very heavy campaigner on her behalf this fall. so it's going to be a close and tight race. anybody who thinks it's going to be a layup for either side is wrong. this is going to be tight up until the end. >> dana, thank you. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along from south florida this evening. another i will locally alien kill as young woman. this time in nebraska. once again, ice allows the man to escape justice. also, watters world, the
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from honduras slammed his car into a young woman's vehicle. he was drunk. 21-year-old sarah rude who had just graduated from college died just hours later at the nebraska medical center. mejia was charged with motor vehicle homicide butu, very low bail by judge jeff, alarmed the omaha police called ice demanding the agency pick up mejia would not make bail. he got out and vanished. the head of about the incident. >> your statement says -- your agency statement not you personally that mejie is schedule to do go before immigration judge on@. march 23rd, 2017 but he was released by the police once he posted bail. they contacted your agency, asked him to detain him. ice didn't act. how do you explain that to the family? >> we acted -- we tried to act, sir, but i believe there was a matter of hours
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between the time that we were contacted and the actual release. it is very hard for us to get to every inquiry that is made by law enforcement. >> joining us now from washington senator ben sasse how just saw, a republican from nebraska. so, that's not true. what ms. saldana is saying a few hours and not enough time. that's not true, is it. >> you are correct, bill. they have had three different stories and none of them make any sense. their first story what they told the omaha police department is apparently that the president's executive actions in november of 2016 is illegal actions in my view are s. why there was a not try to detain this guy. subsequently they gave the story that you heard there that they supposedly didn't have enough time. the wreck happened on january 31. she was declared dead later on january 31, the guy posts bail and flees on february 5th. and then they subsequently said well, they
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have enough resources and it wasn't clear what they need to do do and they dual an after action report. their answer is they keep shifting and none of them are good enough. >> all right. now i have a spokesperson giving me a statement here that admits they screwed up. now they are admitting they screwed up and now they are going to order their field leaders to look at this case so it never happens again. the problem here is, number one, you have got a problem in nebraska with this judge giving this guy $5,000 bail. it was 50 but he makes it when he comes up with 5,000 cash. i mean, this is ridiculous. it's absurd. the judge has to know this guy is a flight risk. he is from honduras. he has low level beefs in nebraska. his blood alcohol was through the roof. why we do that? did you talk to the judge? anybody explaining this guy? >> my team and the committee staff we're reaching out to learn a lot more facts on that. you are exactly right. the bail was ultimately set%) by this judge at $5,000.
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that's less than the funeral charges were for the gal who died. you are right, the blood alcohol limit was three times the legal limit -- blood alcohol level was three times the legal limit. this guy was known to police in omaha because he had been suspected of multiple negligentou$rñ driving in the past. that's why they detained him and ice refused to act. >> there is a trend in this country, i don't know whether it is effecting people in nebraska as it is in people in new york where i live, that these are all nonviolent offenses, drunk driving, even if you kill a 21-year-old girl, it's nonviolent and this guy needs to get a little help with hisph drinking. it doesn't matter if he is illegal alien. this is the attitude that's creeping into our judicial system. not only on the federal level but on the local level in nebraska. >> you are right, bill. our founders had a vision of a government where there are very few laws but whether you have a law, you actually
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have an executive branch that tries to dutifully enforce it. because lawlessness is corrosive to a civil society. we believe in a republic of laws and remust be biblical of citizenry. when you do this thing you undermine the confidence in government. >> okay. and our condolences to the family of this beautiful, young girl 21 years old. i mean, it's going to continue to happen if people don't start doing their jobs. sarah root right there. okay, now, i have got to ask you one question about donald trump. you are one of the first senators to come out and say, look, you are not going to support him no matter what. you have changed your tune? have you modified? have you spoken to mr. trump? any of that? >> i have tried -- i'm not here to talk about the presidential race, but i have tried to engage mr. trump and ask him some serious policy questions. let's be honest is he a witty guy. i get that he would be a good guy to have a beer with. he didn't want to answer any policy questions that i asked him. he responded by saying i don't look like a u.s. senator i look like a gym
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rat. child of a football and wrestling coach i will take a gym rat. i will fully own that it would be useful for mr. trump to answer some serious questions. he hasn't had any interest in doing that with me. >> you sent him some questions written out? that's what you did? >> no. you knowámr. trump's main form of communication is one he can control. so he is the sort of legend of twitter in our times. so i tried to go to him where i could find him. >> you twitter him. >> questions, thanks, bill. >> one more question. >> sure. >> if he gets the nomination, are you going to not vote for him? >> you know, i'm really not trying -- i'm trying to do oversight today and not talk presidential. here is what i hear from people in my state. hillary clinton is terrible. >> waited, wait, senator, you are on the factor, this is the no spin zone. if he gets the nomination, are you going to vote for him? >> bill, we have got a fundamentally dishonest new york liberal going to get the democratic nomination,!c we should beat her. and the way to beat her is not by nominating a fundamentally dishonest liberal as a republican.
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>> i hope, senator, we love you. you know that but i hope you recognize the irony. trump wouldn't answer your questions. you didn't answer mine. just, you know, the charming guy i am, but we appreciate your good york -- work on the ice front. keep on those people. key can't have, this all thanks, bill have a good night. >> we come right back from south florida, gutfeld and mcguirk on covering trump. then watters, the mega def edition. moments away. i've been on my feel all day. i'm bushed! yea me too. excuse me...coming through! ride the gel wave of comfort with dr. scholls massaging gel insoles. they're proven to give you comfort. which helps you feel more energized ...all day long.
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on the e350 sport sedan. thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the what the heck just happened segment tonight. talk radio and donald trump, also how the media is covering trump's campaign. joining us from new york city bernard mcguirk and greg gutfeld. gutfeld you saw my talking points memo, we had somebody read it to you very slowly. what say you i. >> i thought it was moving. pqwas probably your bestmes. work. your point is very, very clear, there is plenty to criticize donald trump about without calling himó you don't have to go there. and the problem is that seems to be the -- the reliable defense when you are a leftist because you
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know it's a permanent smear. i would rather go after donald trump simple questions and ask him how much would an iphone cost if it were made in the united the answer is $2,000. these are questions i would ask. you can go after trump on his business acumen you don't have to call him names. >> those are good points, gutfeld: occasionally you can be cogent. >> thank you. >> mcguirk, your favorite guy bill de blasio leading the racist stuff. no surprise, right? >> using the racist crap is just -- is the last refuge of a skunk with no argument. steg that advertise and suppress. so you had deapplauseio, you have hillary. you have "saturday night live" and calling him a nazi. what's terrible is when you have people like mitt romney talking about trump's bigotry and glenn beck calling him a nazi and charles krauthammer blaming trump for the brown shirt bullies storming the chicago
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rally. that's really disturbing. >> you are over2f simplifying at least krauthammer's point on my program. he just said that trump didn't condemn the violence in a loud enough voice. what's that krauthammer. he didn't say that he lit the fuse. >> trump -- >> trump was the victim there and instead, of course, of arguing with trump on the merits of the wall are on the merits of a temporary muslim ban, just call him a racist and end of conversation. there is nothing else to talk about. >> it's easy and cheap. >> right. >> talk radio, gutfeld. >> um-huh. >> divided on trump. >> yes. >> you know, it's not -- doesn't behoove us to get into who is supporting and who is not. but it's a very interesting phenomena because conservative talk radio is usually pretty lock-step, not this time around. why? >> there is an interesting thing going on. right now there is fear. a lot of people who listen to talk radio support donald trump. so they had to walk that fine line. but, what drove me crazy about conservatives in the media in general is the
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opportunism you have rinos and squishys. nom pure enough. what do they do? back somebody who is not ideologically conservative. in a weird way they are the hypocrites and they have no right to call out other people who are critical of someone they don't know enough about. and ideological conservative should be skeptical of donald trump because they don't know exactly what he might do because for the past 15 to 20 years he certainly wasn't a conservative. >> all right. and his positions are all over the place on social issues. now, mcguirk, you are in the talk radio business on wabc in new york. >> yeah. >> you do the 10 to noon shift. >> "imus in the morning" and 10 to noon. >> bernie and said. nbc >> so, do you see in talk radio a fiz zure.
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>> power o105. i see you. i see that fizzer between the trump radioq people and cruz radio people. can i name them. it's easy toll it they tolerated trump for a long time. the original tea party guy, they are the effective leaders of the tea party, these people on talk radio. people like mark levin, let's just say, is he down with donald trump. there is a fizzer and there is other people like laura ingraham who don't woman out and flat and say i won't support trump but you get the feeling you know where they lie. >> all right, gentlemen, we appreciate it as always. watters on deck. we sent him out to a mega def concert. it's a heavy hettle rock group. all right? but, watters isn't talking music. is he talking politics. then the tip of the day on irish and booze. we're coming right back from south flori
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back of the book segment tonight, watters world. last night in new york city the heavy metalóqdeñ group mega def put on a con s its singer big factor viewer. we sent watters to the show to talk some politics. ♪ ♪ >> what do you like to do at mega def concerts. >> mega def shows i like to just run around in the circle. >> you have a crush on them. >> i'm afraid you wandered into the wrong theater. >> so how metal do i look right now? >> look good. i notice the collar is down it looks great. >> i was afraid if i had my collar up here i might get
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my butt kicked ♪ >> megadeth, yeah. >> what's the metal vibe all about. >> nobody gets left behind. if you fall down, they pick you up right there. [ laughter ] >> whoa, yeah. >> you didn't catch me, man. >> i know, i'm only one person. >> what are you calling me, fat? have you ever done any animal sacrifices before? >> i'm an animal person. >> me too, except pigeons. [ laughter ] >> what do you think is the most important issue facing america right now? >> hmmm probably violence most likely. >> definitely poverty. i think there needs to be huge improvement to the public education system. >> what do you think is more dangerous climate change or terrorism? >> i think climate change. >> really? >> i think that's more danger÷ws. >> what is the most important issue for you? >> i think the national security is important and after that obviously it's the economy. >> what's the most important
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issue to you right now in america? >> the elections. >> are you voting in the election? >> no. >> what? >> i know. >> who are you going to vote for? >> nobody. i'm not voting for anyone. >> probably a good idea. anyone. >> probably a good idea. >> what are you from? >> mexico city. >> you guys know you're going to pay for the wall, right? >> come on, sucka, let's get it on. >> what do you think donald trump's main agenda is? >> i think he just rules everything with an iron fist. >> where are you from? >> romania. >> you must like bernie sanders. >> free college. >> someone has to pay for it. probably me. why do you support bernie sanders? >> because i think he gets it. >> gets what? why not hillary? >> she's getting away with lying
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and twisting things. >> can you give me $20? >> i don't have $20. >> i thought you wanted to spread the wealth around. >> i would if i could, buddy. >> this is where i live, little man. >> there's no line between the two parties anymore. my solution is, don't pay any of them, we can work for free. [ applause ] >> do you mind if i jam with you guys a little bit. >> sure. what do you play? >> i play the flute. you're a bill o'reilly fan. do you lose street cred being in the metal business? >> i don't lose street cred. >> watters world, any advice? >> you've got to use two hands. that's metal. >> wax on, wax off. >> i'm watters. and this is my world right here. >> oh, okay. i got you. >> you're putting me on.
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>> watters joins us now from new york. you can see his old program st. and sunday 8:00 p.m., right here on fnc. now, the crowd 30 and down, would you say? is that the primary white people, 30 and down? >> i don't know if it's all white. there were some samoaen looking people there. there were some old foegys there. >> there were? >> yeah, there were some old guys like collecting dust. i just talked to the people who looked a little fresher. >> did you stay for the megadeth set? >> oh, yeah, bill, i was there until midnight. >> i know you go to bed about 9:30, watters. but they're one of the biggest -- >> i got trampled a little bit in the mosh pit and my cameraman
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fell down and they kicked us out. >> i think they took you out because of your shirt, watters. and because you have no rhythm whatsoever. >> you're telling someone else they have no rhythm, is that right? >> hey, back in the day, i was a force, all right? >> i wouldn't know. >> check watters out on the wmd. "factor tip of the day" on st. patrick's day. we're coming right back. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both your itchy, watery eyes and congestion.
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we'll see you there. then we'll be in london, big bash, friday night, august 5. also in september, reno, denver, those shows selling quickly. in october, atlanta, almost 60% sold out already. we'll see everybody in biloxi, mississippi as well. details on now the mail. >> because there are many sound bites, natalie. revisions, clarifications, different statements. you can decide whether mr. trump is being honest in the situation.
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>> that's not a bad idea, but not an easy thing to do, tim. however, stranger things have happened. maybe we'll try. >> well, the diplomacy situation is usually led to the secretary of state in this country, roland. but the president does set a tone and voters should understand that. >> the problem with writing about marting luther king's assassination is much of the
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information is sealed, jim, by the government. got to wait until it's unsealed. we have just finished writing the latest "killing" book. we're going to announce the title in april. it's a thriller. meantime, all of the killing books are 25% off on, including "killing reagan," still on the best seller list. and a very happy birthday to patrick pagnoti, world war ii vet, 99-year-old old. finally "factor tip of the day." celebrating st. patrick's day. i've said this before, but worth repeating. it saddens me to see people intoxicating themselves on a holiday that honors a man that spread the gospel of peace and harmony. irish-americans have contributed greatly to the success of america, but there is still that drinking label. and i wish it would go away.
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pint of guinness, no problem. that is it for us tonight please check out "the factor"website. and spout off about "the factor." plenty to talk about tonight. name a town if you wish to opine. word of the day, do not be draffish. don't be that. we're working on a show next week that would be with regular folks who are angry, both on the right and the left. ly be in the middle of that show. but i'll be talking to the folks. that's on wednesday, i believe. we're working on it now. keep that in the back of your mind. should be a special evening. thanks for watching tonight.
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ms. megyn is night. i'm bill o'reilly and please always remember that the spin stops here in south florida, because we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, high drama in the white house race. the rnc said convention rule changes less than 24 hours after the front runner warns about riots if he does not win, welcome to "the kelly file" everyone. remember, just six days ago, violence forced him to cancel a rally. >> i think we'll win before getting to the convention, if we didn't, and if we're 20 votes short or if