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vladimir putin is looking dicey. how these relations soured so fast, maybe putting to bed once and for all the notion that team putin and team trump would get along famously. apparently not. we will see you tomorrow. >> dana: i'm dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, eric bolling, and greg gutfeld, it's 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five" ." there has been a lot of suspicion about whether russia helped syria carry out last week's chemical attack on civilians. today the ap is reporting russia did know in advance about the attack. fox news has not been able to confirm. meanwhile, russia and iran issued a joint statement threatening the u.s. if we strike again. they save the united states
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united states crossed redlines by attacking syria. from now on, we will respond to anyone, including america, if it attacks syria. secretary of state rex tillerson heads to moscow tomorrow amid these tensions. can he convince russia to rethink its support for bashar al-assad? >> i think the russians have played now for some time the role of providing cover for bashar al-assad's behavior. the alternative explanation that the russians put forth is not plausible. not only is it not plausible, we know from our own information and open-source information that their alternative explanation is simply not credible. there is little question as to who is responsible for these attacks. it was bashar al-assad periods . >> dana: we don't have
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jennifer. i thought we were going to have jennifer griffin. i'm sorry. this is my fault. that was my fault, not the producer's fault. a lot of activity over the weekend, and then we had this today from sean spicer, white house press secretary. when the press was trying to figure out, what is the threshold for further action. >> i think the president has been very clear there are a number of lines that were crossed last week. he's not going to sit down. we saw that in the last administration. they drew these redlines and then the red lines were run over. i don't think you're going to see the same play. not just syria but what the world saw last week, the president is going to act decisively and with justification when it comes to actions like that. i will tell you the answer is if you gas a baby, if you put a barrel bomb on innocent people, you will see a response from
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this president. it's unacceptable. >> dana: that line caused some kerfuffle afterwards because it was a question of barrel bombs are used every day. not using chemical weapons necessarily. so where is the line? a white house spokesperson walked it back into the use of chemical weapons was the target because it's in america's national interest to stop those. >> eric: when i heard that and i was watching the press conference live, i stopped and took a second look. i thought i heard it incorrectly but i didn't. this is one of those cases where i think sean spicer just made a mistake. the press was wanting to define where the redlines were, chemical weapons, hospitals and schools? barrel bombs? i think sean went to the lowest of all the denominators accidentally. i think the white house came out quickly and said hold on.
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not barrel bombs. that's not our redline. as we know, literally thousands of barrel bombs have been used against citizens in syria. just last year alone. thank god that's not the redlines that i would hope the redline would continue to be chemical weapons and i would hope it wouldn't go beyond that because this is getting a little scary, guys. for all these politicians on the left and the anti-trump people who said trump is in bed with putin in russia? he bombed an airspace with the russians in the airspace. he gave them a heads up but this is against everything they want. they come back with stern warnings, don't do it again. you can eliminate this "trump in bed with putin" type thing. i like what he did. i hope it ends there. >> dana: not unreasonable to ask the question of what is the line. if you look at president obama
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and the criticism for him for allowing the redline to be crossed, the line he drew when it was crossed and he didn't do anything, i can understand why people are asking what is the actual redline. it's a hard question to answer when president trump has set i'm not going to telegraph my moves. >> greg: there are two ways to describe the syrian strike. literally missiles hit a facility and then the actual meeting which is this is exactly the perfunctory bare minimum we will exercise to maintain a a persona of toughness without actually igniting an actual conflict. russia and america, it's not a blind date. we have known these people forever. they have known us forever. it is not like rex tillerson doesn't know these people. he runs an oil company, exxon. putin runs an oil company, russia. they share a common ground. you have an adult conversation when you go to russia like two
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members of a gang organization in which there is somebody in your gang that's making it worse for everybody else. you sit down with russia and say assad is your problem. he's becoming our problem. we have to react in a moral way which is what we do. this perfunctory bare minimum manner, which is what that strike was. the russians and the americans will meet and they will talk about certain things and they will go on their merry way. >> dana: it might not be all that mary, given the other entity we haven't talked about is iran. they have an interest as well but how do you think that fits? >> kimberly: makes it more complex in terms of the level of interest and intentions in the geopolitical area. iran and russia, maintaining the presence in syria and trying to help assad is costing them millions of dollars every month. there is one thing for sure russia cares about and it is the
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black sea. that is something they are going to for sure, that's the redline. they have to find a way where they can, in terms of elections coming up, putin needs to have a face-saving way to exit some of that support out of that area because it is getting sticky. mcmaster said rethink your support of this murderous regim regime, backing the sod, committing mass murder of his own people. to what extent on what length are you going to come up against the united states that is prepared to act. >> dana: what about, bob, over the weekend, too much is being made out of ambassador haley saying regime change was necessary. tillerson we have to do isis first and then we can deal with assad. both of those things can be true, right? >> bob: they can be done at the same time.
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the russians are not about to get out of syria. they needed geopolitically. did you notice the two people who came out, the two countries came out of support of syria were russia and iran and the syrian allies. and i think the idea that tillerson is going to convince the russians of anything is a fool's game. the russians have a lot more at stake here, which is the expansion of russia into the old parts of russia that used to be the ussr. i think they see assad -- to help him. >> dana: russia said their support, their support of the sod was not unconditional. ap reports, fox cannot confirm, whether russia knew about and i guess would be complicit in the chemical attacks. if they said it's not
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unconditional, maybe that is an opening for tillerson. >> eric: i hope so. so russia is going to go into this thing, we're going to hold tough. over the weekend, russia decided to send some destroyers to the region in case we did go ahead and drop another bomb or two on syria, for whatever reason. the other ap report you cited. there was another report about the same time that said the russian air force bombed a hospital where some of the victims were being treated just to cover up some of the chemical weaponry being used. this is what i've been saying for a long time. when you start peeling away this onion and there is more and more going on in more foreign policy, more people are willing maybe to heighten the rhetoric, you are jumping into scary places. that is why sean spicer's comment today about a barrel bomb had to be walked back quickly. no, no, that's not where we are going. you're basically telling the world there is more coming.
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assad is not going to stop bombing his own people. here is the question, is the geneva convention your redline? the geneva convention clearly states you cannot bomb hospitals and schools and that's been going on for really long time. >> bob: there's a number of treaters and conventions that they are not supposed to use chemical weapons as well. >> eric: keep chemical weapons as, this is the one that's going to push us over the redline, then you are carving out an area where it's not really our fault that were going to have to do this in retribution of what you're doing. if you start taking these lower levels of redlines that have been drawn internationally, you are opening us up -- >> dana: let me ask the last question to greg. >> bob: when mattis said we will think about using weapons. >> dana: it jumps the queue in that they are still trying to figure things out. you don't have to have an established doctrine on your
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81st day of your presidency. greg, the conflicting public signals. on the one hand you had about 57% of americans approving of the strikes and the strong stance president trump took and yet you have a strong disapproval for any additional further actions. >> greg: people appreciate things that already happened that turned out okay but they are uncertain about things in the future that might turn out wrong. i want to give some advice to rex tillerson before he goes to russia. before you get comfortable in the hotel room, check for cameras. in russia, the tv watches you. >> dana: don't put on a good show. a new attack on christians in egypt on one of the holiest days of the year, yesterday, palm sunday. isis has taken responsibility. the world must not look away from this crisis. next. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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russia or china, there will never be a way to work out anything with these fiends. even the heinous actions of assad somehow seems less heinous even though hundreds of thousands died under him. isis makes everyone look worse. raising the bar for all evil. radical islam cannot be reasoned with, only obliterated. it is harder than hitting an airfield. that's the advantage of sending out cultists to blow people up. retaliation is messy. at least we are trying and will continue to hunt this garbage down. such garbage will never truly and as long as there are newer methods of technology and communications, the threat will mutate. it's up to us to never look away from the carnage lest we forget it's also meant for us. someone needs to reclaim the concept of heaven from these primitives. their view is that life is just a delay, one can speed up if you kill a lot of people. the pope heads to egypt this month. maybe he can address that
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instead of climate change. kimberly, another ultimate soft targets? this is what they do. it's sad that it's not surprising. >> kimberly: you think there would be more outrage on behalf of christians that are being murdered and slaughtered and some sold into slavery. when they have to flee their homes and try to come back to them, they have found their homes have been in fact sold or titles to their property given away. this is really atrocious and a horrible genocide essentially happening against christians. worldwide, they have been suffering tremendous persecution. this is another example of it in further evidence that isis needs to be put down. >> greg: they declared a state of emergency in egypt. i feel like they world should just have a state of emergency with isis, always on guard. >> dana: we have the terror alert after 9/11. it was always yellow to red. that is the state of the world.
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president trump met with the president of egypt last week on monday, abdel fattah al-sisi. after a busy foreign policy week, he was able to have a call with him and establish a relationship where he said he believes he will be able to address it. with a lot of the soft targets, and you saw the attack in sweden on friday i guess it was. we can't protect ourselves by the only way to help protect ourselves as we go after them. we have to be on offense. >> greg: there was a second attack partially foiled by three police officers who died. cops died. again, the police are always the people who run into danger as others run away. >> eric: it is scary. one of the churches is where the coptic pope called his home. he goes there often. i fear for pope francis when he visits there. i hope they have it locked down, especially when sisi says we are
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making progress against isis. i don't know. you are 100% right. there is basically no hard targets. everything is a soft target when a suicide bomber walks up to a group of people and blows himself up. that is the world we're living in. >> greg: bob, you have been outspoken on this topic. >> bob: i get more outraged by the minute. cops and christians have been around that area of the world well before there were any muslims there. the idea that they would do this, and it's been going on for a long time. the coptic christians have been under attack. we talked about this five years ago. the pope was there, he was in the church appeared he barely got out, there pope. i wonder whether the egyptians are doing everything they possibly can, but what really upsets me is not a single muslim head of state, a single muslim cleric or cair has said a single
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thing about this. i think the idea that we all say, isn't this terrible? these are coptic christians on one of the highest holy days of the year and yet these guys get in there and blow them up. it say something. don't be such cowards. say something. >> greg: this is a montage of the administration on the priorities. isis or assad, who do you defeat? >> what is the priority in syria? assad's removal or defeating isis? >> we can have multiple priorities. of course it is to defeat isis but we've got to do that for peace and stability. >> our priority is in syria really hasn't changed. the president has been quite clear. first and foremost, we must defeat isis. >> as you saw with the strike, there has to be a degree of
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simultaneous activity as well as sequencing of the defeat of isis first. >> greg: we don't have to make the choice. >> dana: it all has to be done. >> kimberly: it's not mutually exclusive. you can do both, and you need to, in fact. >> eric: it comes down to, listen, there are people who disagree with this but isis and the rebels seem to have a very intertwined relationship, and that is against assad. at some point, who wants to be the country that steps in and said we've got this. if you're going to get rid of assad, you're going to get rid of vices, you are left with a rebel group. >> bob: several rebel groups, that is the problem. we know assad is our enemy and he needs to be gone. >> greg: we turn to the north korean threat. happy show. the pentagon has an armada sailing to their waters. are we going to take military
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action soon? what the trump administration says next.
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♪ >> eric: welcome back to "the five." we turn to a hot spot, north korea, a socialist communist dictator kim jong-un is taunting the region and the u.s. with threats of going nuclear. u.s. responding with a show of force. the pentagon has rerouted a aircraft carrier strike group. uss carl vinson on its way wayo the peninsula. >> it is prudent to do it, isn't it? north korea has been engaged in a pattern of provocative behavior. this is a rogue regime that is
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now a nuclear capable regime, and president xi and president trump agreed it's unacceptable. what must happen is the denuclearization of the peninsula. >> it has reached a certain level of threat that action has to be taken. >> eric: nothing like 100,000 tons of diplomacy headed to the korean and insula. will it work? >> kimberly: this guy is even crazier than his father, and that's really unbelievable that he could exceed that. he fed an uncle to dogs. this is who you are dealing with. this is going to have to be some serious action to try to get this guy to stop what he's doing. specifically china has to play a huge role in reining him in. hopefully some of that discussion took place this past
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weekend. >> eric: tillerson said the chinese president and trump agreed something needs to happen. he is a little unstable, kim jong-un. >> bob: yeah, the thing that worries me about this is i'm not so sure, as i said before, the chinese have as much control over the north koreans as we think they do. north koreans have had major artillery pointing at china. china's biggest fear is they are going to have to have to be inundated with millions of refugees. here is the problem. let's assume we go in there and bomb the 20 or 30 sites we know are responsible for developing their nuclear weapons. who is to keep this madman from launching 75,000 artillery shells that are not nuclear at south korea? >> eric: i don't know. >> kimberly: that's the problem. >> eric: they sent the carrier group. can we pull up that map? the map shows north korea, south korea, proximity to china. china is putting 150,000 troops
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along the border so they don't get the mass exodus of refugees. >> dana: already there is a humanitarian disaster in north korea. to the extent that we can help that situation, i think we should try but it's difficult. as i understand it, we have very little intelligence inside the country. china has a lot more and hopefully that can be shared. president obama's team, as they were leaving and doing their interviews in the transition with a trump administration, said this is the worst problem we are handing to you. not something they could solve. worse than syria. the other thing i would mention is "the weekly standard" has a good piece out today, a reminder of what happened several years ago they could've made the serious situation worse. israel took action to bomb a nuclear facility in syria, and they traced it back, the north koreans are the ones where
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built it. there is coordination among these evil regimes. >> eric: what do you think about kim jong-un? almost as crazy of a dictator as assad is in syria but this guy has nukes. it >> greg: every country has a weird little brother they are protecting. kim is china's dog, a dog not on the leash roaming the town. you can't just shoot the guy's dog. you've got to make shooting that dog china's idea. that is where diplomacy comes in. you sit down and go, okay, this guy is a freak. he is your freak. we need to figure it out. the globe is a selection of ruthless organizations that rely on face-saving customs, respect for order. you can do something about this if you follow the channels. >> eric: final thoughts? >> bob: we've got 50,000 troops in south korea, u.s. troops.
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30,000, right. >> kimberly: we are going to have to protect that area as well. >> eric: japan, one of our strongest allies. one of these nukes, they say, could reach our west coast. >> kimberly: he says he's going to conduct a nuclear test ten times stronger than the last one he did plead they've got to keep an eye on this. i think president obama had warned president trump this is one of the key things he needs to face. >> bob: how embarrassing was it that he shot these things off while the president of china was here. >> eric: not only that, there is a holiday coming up, north korean holiday. they tend to show off their capabilities. is he going to test another missile on this holiday? >> greg: this is a guy they should actually take outcome assassinate. i am not talking about us. i'm talking about china. >> eric: you are opening up an interesting debate. there are people who say take this guy out.
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>> greg: this is an easier decision than anything in the middle east because you're always worried about that sectarian violence. >> eric: 30,000 u.s. troops on the border and at least two strong allies. >> kimberly: we have to protect south korea. >> eric: next, we have a new supreme court justice. neil gorsuch took two oaths of office today. his promise to the american people just ahead.
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♪ >> kimberly: there has meant a vacant seat on the supreme court for 14 months.
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today it was filled. just as neil gorsuch was sworn in today into separate ceremonies. he took the constitutional oath at the high court in a private ceremony this morning and the judicial oath that the white house a couple hours later. he was president trump selection and the president was very proud today. >> i've always heard that the most important thing that a president of the united states does is appoint people, hopefully great people like this appointment, to the united states supreme court. i can say this is a great honor. justice gorsuch, i again congratulate you and your entire family, and i wish god's blessings on your amazing journey ahead. i have no doubt you'll go down as one of the truly great justices in the history of the united states supreme court.
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>> kimberly: justice gorsuch was very humble. >> i want to thank the president for nominating me. and for the great confidence and trust he has in me. the american people, i am humbled by the trust placed in me today. i will never forget that to whom much is given much will be expected. i promise you that i will do all my powers permit to be a faithful servant of the constitution and laws of this great nation. thank you. >> kimberly: very nice ceremony. very nice to watch, wonderful family. the president seemed very happy and a great accomplishment, eric, for the president and his first 100 days to be able to get his choice, an outstanding pick in neil gorsuch, sworn in today and the ceremony. >> eric: one of the main reasons why i love donald trump from the very beginning.
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he did what he promised. nominate conservative supreme court justices, and he did. hopefully neil gorsuch comes through and stays true to his conservative history. he is a constitutionalist, originalist. i think that's why he was top pick a -- i hope he stays with that. >> kimberly: one of the reasons, like we discussed, a decision as to whether or not to vote for hillary clinton or donald trump was to make sure you had conservative picks on the court. >> eric: even if you can't get over some of the things you don't like about donald trump, at least this moment today right there should alleviate a lot. >> kimberly: there could be more coming. >> dana: possibly. the republicans would certainly like that and the democrats are going to say to hold on strong. mitch mcconnell last week, when pressed by the democrats, went ahead and flipped the switch on
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the nuclear option. now you need a simple majority in order to confirm supreme court justices. really important cases coming up in the next several months on religious liberty, immigration, counsel for people on death row, as well as security issues when it comes to pensions paid all of those cases will finally get excited. >> kimberly: greg, your thoughts. >> greg: i think you're missing the biggest story. they finally have a full nine which means softball. they have been waiting to fill out the softball team. they need a decent shortstop who can hit. gorsuch fulfilled that prey that is the entire criteria for the nomination for the supreme court, who can play softball. a lot of people aren't talking about it, but it through. for liberals, if you are worried, i've got two words for. john roberts. we thought we've got dirty harry. he ended up being stuart smalley. don't worry about it. you know what else is interesting?
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the media frenzy disappears but we won't do another story on gorsuch. it was like with judge sotomayor or, everybody did a story and once she gets in, it's over. we don't talk about it again because it is dead boring. >> kimberly: softball. that means i'm qualified. captain of my team. bob, what do you think? >> bob: it's a nice ceremony. the guy is good. he could use a better tailor. >> kimberly: >> greg: he's goina robe. it doesn't matter. >> kimberly: coming from bob who pulls ties out of random closets. >> eric: can you help him with his collar? >> bob: the fact is this doesn't change the supreme court from what it was before scalia died.
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gorsuch, no doubt in my mind he's a conservative. anyone who is going to support hobby lobby is bound to be a conservative. the problem is, he forgets the separation of church and state in that particular case and i think he's probably going to forget it as he moves along. we v6 i think he's got it just about right. >> bob: hobby lobby? >> dana: how about the government can't tell the company what they can and can't provide? >> bob: sure they can. >> eric: roberts fixed that for you guys. the government did tell us we have to have health insurance. >> kimberly: good times. a turbulent scene on on board a united airlines just before takeoff. a passenger dragged off the overbooked flight, stunning everyone around him and many others who watched this video. the dramatic take next.
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♪ >> bob: a lot of us have
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witnessed intense scenes when flights are overbooked but have never seen this. united airlines had a computer decide which passengers had to get off a louisville-bound jet. one passenger refused to depart and he said he had to get home. he's a doctor. then this happened. >> [screaming] >> oh, my god. >> oh, my god. no, no, this is wrong. look at what you're doing to him. oh, my god. >> bob: pleasant flight. the airline has apologized, investigating the incident. one of the officers who dragged the man has been placed on leav leave. united offered $800 a seat to get off and nobody took them up on it. had to be a pretty ritzy crowd of people on that plane. >> eric: the united statement,
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"this is an unsettling event all of us here at united. i apologize for having to re-accommodate these customers." you dragged the guy, the doctor down the aisle. that's what you call re-accommodation? it's atrocious. it's horrible. united, you really screwed up. the cops really screwed up. go up to $8,000. i guarantee you at some point you're going to get one person to get up off the flight and spend the night in chicago and it would be a hell of a lot cheaper than this. you're looking at millions of dollars in lost revenue. >> kimberly: the need of the seats for united employees getting to the next destination. okay, great. that's the problem you have come united. signed an economic solution, not a public relations fiasco. >> bob: to say the least. apparently this guy was dragged
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off the plane, he got caught and was bleeding and then he was back on the plane and then he was off the plane. >> kimberly: explained that. >> bob: do you have any idea? >> dana: i don't understand what happened but this might be the only time i say i think the government needs to get involved and do some regulations about overbooking. it's one of the only industries that's allowed to do this and i understand they have some economic reason for it, but every flight you get on his packed and people want to get home. i think united should have ponied up another plane to get that crew to louisville so they can work in the morning, or else they have this cascading effect. i think it is so ironic that p.r. week, announced this morning, they were so honored this evening to be honoring the ceo of united as its communicator of the year award. >> kimberly: how hilarious. >> bob: i think you're the only one, greg, who has been dragged off a plane.
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>> greg: i get dragged onto planes. >> kimberly: can we tell the bolling story. >> eric: i was never on the plane. the agent was giving me an insanely hard time. long story. >> bob: your experience of being pulled off a plane. >> greg: i agree, it's not the consequences as much as creates it. it is always loss that you don't see the humanity in front of you. senseless arrest. unbending laws, unbending rules where you cannot see the humanity in front of you forces you to do things that are illogical, insane. the thing that bothers me as much as what united did which was an error due to a rule they should changes the fact that we have to keep showing the video of this guy, probably the most humiliating part of his life, we see him with his shirt up, his belly. come on. >> eric: do you know what that's going to get him? >> greg: a lot of money.
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this guy, give him free first-class travel for the rest of his life and that's still not enough. >> kimberly: platinum medallion, i love flying delta. >> eric: the airlines are making more money than they've ever made in their entire existence right now, and you are right. i don't know if the government should get involved but you certainly have to start offering people in the situation a lot. >> dana: every flight i have taken out of new work on a friday night has been delayed, not due to weather but they are waiting for crew from another plane because everything is tight. >> bob: no one from united around, just those cops. "one more thing" is up next, and we have a special guest. stay tuned. (man vo) it was may, when dad forgot
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how to brush his teeth. (woman vo) in march, my husband didn't recognize our grandson. (woman 2 vo) that's when moderate alzheimer's made me a caregiver. (avo) if their alzheimer's is getting worse, ask about once-a-day namzaric. namzaric is approved for moderate to severe alzheimer's disease in patients who are taking donepezil. it may improve cognition and overall function, and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while. namzaric does not change the underlying disease progression. don't take if allergic to memantine, donepezil, piperidine, or any of the ingredients in namzaric. tell the doctor about any conditions; including heart, lung, bladder, kidney or liver problems, seizures, stomach ulcers, or procedures with anesthesia. serious side effects may occur, including muscle problems if given anesthesia; slow heartbeat, fainting, more stomach acid which may lead to ulcers and bleeding; nausea, vomiting, difficulty urinating, seizures, and worsening of lung problems. most common side effects are headache, diarrhea, dizziness, loss of appetite, and bruising. (woman 2 vo) i don't know what tomorrow will bring but i'm doing what i can. (avo) ask about namzaric today.
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♪ >> dana: time for "one more thing." these special guest. this is jasper, his fifth birthday. he's been coming every year on his birthday. he's 5 years old yesterday. in honor of that, were going to have this. dana's corny joke of the day. is that better?
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i worked on it just for you. what do you call a dog that licks an electrical socket? sparky. oh, you're good at this. what type of dog doesn't bark? what type of dog doesn't bark? >> greg: a hot dog. >> dana: a hushpuppy. i have the last one. did you hear about the dog who had puppies on the sidewalk? she was ticketed for littering. >> greg: time for "i love these people." in spain, they've got a roller coaster. it is the fastest, tallest one for this is amazing. guy having a good time heard what just happened? looked like he swallowed a bird.
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get this, what's going on? what's going on? i had a great time anyway and he keeps going. he's having a blast. something to remember when you are on a roller coaster. keep your mouth shut or else you're going to swallow a pigeon. >> dana: i don't understand how that happened. >> greg: birds are in the sky, you are in the sky. >> kimberly: i don't like roller coasters at all. >> bob: sergio garcia is a professional golfer who has, for 20 years, tried to win a major. he's a great golfer. he went 0 for 72 on the majors and because he always used to choke on the back nine. not yesterday. sergio became the masters champion of 2017. congratulations, you waited a long time but you got it. >> eric: 72, not one. he had a short putt to win it.
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>> kimberly: how cool is this? i love it. president trump personally called the commanding officer of the two u.s. destroyers that fired 59 tomahawk cruise missiles against syria last week. he called commander russell caldwell of the uss ross and commander andrea's flow of the uss porter on sunday. to think them and their crew for their professionalism and quick response to the strike order. it's fantastic. >> dana: must be cool for them when they get that call. >> kimberly: for women and girls to see that. very cool. >> eric: yesterday was palm sunday, kicking off the high holiday for catholics, culminating easter sunday, good friday and easter sunday. today let's wish a happy, not sure if it's happy, or celebrate passover. started today. for the next eight days, passover. high holiday for both. >> dana: we have a little bit
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of time. too bad juan is not here. it's his birthday. >> kimberly: happy birthday! >> dana: it's his birthday. kimberly, did you have a good weekend? >> kimberly: i was in the park with my puppies. >> greg: i was in the park right behind you. >> kimberly: so creepy, you always show up where i am. >> bob: i went to italy. i went to staten island for the weekend. i went to see one of my oldest friends in the world, a doctor there. i took the staten island ferry which i haven't done since i went to college. my real question is, greg, or era, when are you going to open up your beach house? >> eric: soon. >> kimberly: we have been waiting that for five years. >> dana: jasper would love it. what did you do this weekend? >> greg: i changed my computer
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password. it took two hours. i had to get help. >> dana: it's one of the worst jobs. set your dvr so you never miss an episode of "the five" or download our podcast. "special report" without jasper is next. >> bret: this is a a fox news alert. you are looking live at montgomery, alabama, as we wait for the governor there, robert bentley, to make a statement but we are expecting that the governor, the republican governor of alabama, will resign. he is the subject of impeachment proceedings that began today. he is accused of using state resources to try to cover up an affair with a former aide. until today, bentley has denied all wrongdoing and vowed not to resign, but governor bentley was booked today on two misdemeanor charges that arose from an investigation from that investigation into allegedly covering up the affair. we have the booking photos as well. the montgomery cou


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