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>> sean: thank you. by the way, i started as a dishwasher then cooked, then busboy, then bartender, then construction worker. we will always be fair and balanced. let not your heart be troubled. we will always be fair and balanced. call us, 877-225-8587. katie pavlich standing by tonight. good to see you. friends and see pac this week. >> katie: see you there down in d.c. welcome to "the ingraham angle" from new york, i'm katie pavlich into the night for laura, who is all for the holiday. a terrific show for you this evening, and the pressure is mounting on the fbi to explain how it failed to prevent last week's florida school massacre. president trump lays into former president obama for failing to stop russian election meddling. plus, political hackery meets presidential history. so-called experts in "the new york times" say trump isn't just bad, he's the worst president ever. but first, the fallout from the shooting at a parkland florida
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high school wednesday that killed 17 people is turning into a student led massive movement against guns. now president trump is signaling he may favor gun control legislation. students are involved in the planning at least in four major upcoming protest, including a march on washington next month. parkland, florida, students who survived last week's shooting are taking to the airwaves to promote the new campaign. >> the tragedy at stoneman douglas was not because of stoneman douglas, was because of people like nicholas cruz were able to buy these weapons. we are not going to let the 17 bullets we just took take us down. if anything we are going to keep running and leave them a nest of the nation behind us. >> katie: meanwhile, president trump was reportedly moved by the sight of the victims during a visit to the hospital on friday and discussed gun-control options with friends over the weekend. this morning the white house announced the president supports legislation to strengthen the federal background check system. while the relative way modest,
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it could be a sign of more ambitious gun-control efforts to come. let's discuss this with former house oversight committee chairman jason chaffetz and antoine. jason, you are in congress for a long time. not too long, but long enough. what can you do, if anything, to make sure this doesn't happen again? >> i wish there was one thing we could do to make sure it never, ever happens again, but i do like this idea about fixing the national background system. if you go to the website you will see that the student sports foundation and other support this. i supported it in congress. it's passed out of the house i believe and it has bipartisan support. it makes sense. there are some people who can't distinguish between right and wrong, and they shouldn't be able to acquire a gun. i have a gun, i have five guns, i have a concealed carry permit. i am a member of the nra, but people who can't make these
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types of decisions shouldn't be able to access a gun, and when this guy gets kicked out of school, obviously has problems, the police come to his house 30 times, there's a problem in him accessing a gun. >> katie: just to give the viewers in the audience a little more context on what you are discussing with the program. currently it is not required by federal law that states input mental health records into the background check system and adjudicated or committed individuals cannot buy a gun. it is prohibited. it is a question on the background check form when you purchase the gun. this legislation requires that states do that. antoine, you have a different take. you are going after the firearms rather than necessarily a state inputting mental health records. why do you think we are in this position and is blaming the nra and accusing them of being on the side of murderers really forwarding this conversation? >> let me tell you where i am. i am on the side of common sense
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gun reform measures being implemented in the country. i have zero confidence in the washington, d.c.,'s dysfunctional city to get this done. i think we have to lean heavily on local legislative bodies and even local governments like here in columbia, south carolina, where i'm from, where the mayor and the city council and a very unified way banned the selling of bump stocks. here's what i think. keep in mind it was this president who signed an executive order to reverse a decision that implemented by the obama administration to take guns out of the hands of those who have mental issues. >> katie: i'm really glad you brought that up because it's actually not true. what president trump did was resend an executive order by president obama that said that social security recipients and veterans who wanted someone to help them with their finances were then deemed mentally unfit and therefore unable to past background checks and their second amendment rights were taken away with due process. to say that he took something back that now enables mentally ill people to get a gun just
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isn't true. jason i want to go back to you. >> it was a measure. >> katie: we heard a whole lot about new gun-control measures and people saying that this is an issue of making sure we take certain kinds of firearms off of the streets. there's also the other side of the argument that we haven't heard as much about. there are students and at school who don't like being sitting ducks. there are a number of teachers who are members the nra. there are a member of nra members who have children who go to the schools who believe that they are soft targets and that things need to be changed. what do you say about school districts around the country who decided to allow teachers to be armed inside of their classroom classrooms? >> no, look. you've got some teachers that can't negotiate a bunsen burner, so it's not for everybody. but i think these are soft targets. you have to be sure that individuals can't get into that school in the first place. one of the reports we heard out of florida if they had some bulletproof glass or some hardened glass so he couldn't actually shoot out the window and shoot at the students that
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were fleeing, but you are going to have to have a resource officer, maybe it's a police officer who was on duty or off duty who knows how to wield a gun and i do believe that certain teachers in certain places should and can be equipped. they do it in colorado, they do it in other places and i think it's a good idea for a lot of places. by the way, baltimore, chicago and washington, d.c., -- >> here we go, jason. >> it's true. they have some of the biggest problems with guns. >> katie: do you want to respond to that? is that an irrelevant point? is that not a relevant point to bring up and the fact that chicago has had hundreds of murders in 2017 and yet it's not in the headlines every day? >> it's the go to a public and private talking point. >> katie: is it not true? is it not true? >> it's true. it's the go to republican pivot point. let me tell you what reasonable people want. they want to not have ak-47s on the street, a 19-year-old who can't rent a car or buy wine
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should never be able to purchase an ak 47. reasonable people want to close the loophole. my friend was killed in a church here in charleston, south carolina, so that will not happen again. reasonable people want to ban bump stocks. reasonable things that people want to do instead of the traditional pivot to talk about walter moore and chicago. the red meat talking points. >> katie: you talk about it being unreasonable. is it unreasonable to think that places like chicago and baltimore that have all the gun-control legislation you could possibly ask for would not be the examples that we should follow considering their murder rates? >> sure. here's what i will tell you, i'm not seeing gun control is the all out final answer, but i think it will be part of the solution to the problem in this country to prevent another charleston, to prevent another new town, to prevent another parkland, florida. >> katie: something that hasn't worked, but jason, last
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word to you. >> i would get rid of bump stocks as well. there was a lot of education that needs to go on. i own guns. i have a constitutional right to own guns. >> me too. >> if there are people who are mentally unfit -- they should be able to purchase them and if they run into trouble than they should take those guns away. this kid should have never had it and they have to tie those lips together. >> katie: thank you. >> so we agreed that we do not need ak-47s on the street, right? >> katie: i think that's an overstatement of the situation but thank you both for coming on a show tonight. cbs's reporting florida department of children and families investigated nicholas cruise in 2016 and found he suffered from depression, adhd and autism and even learn to plan to buy a gun but the agency reportedly closed the investigation after finding no evidence he was. mainly for idols apology from the fbi isn't good enough or florida governor rick scott. he's now demanding they release all details on why it ignored
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two warnings about cruz. let's talk about that's with retired fbi special agent john. thank you so much for coming on the show, we appreciated. >> thank you. >> katie: the big question here is how does the fbi keep missing these issues? we mentioned in the previous segment the charleston church massacre, also an fbi loophole that was missed. how was it this keep happening and in terms of the protocols that they talk about that weren't followed, could you give us from insight on what those things might mean? >> certainly. first of all, it's tragic, it's inexcusable and it's a character on my terrible thing to have occurred. to draw the distinction in the charleston case, there was information that was not reported to the fbi, hence the fbi did not have it available to go back to the gun store and deny a permit. in this case, something broke down at the call center, whether it's a technical issue or someone dropped the ball, but the directors, very publicly not only in apologizing, but recognizing we need to figure
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out what went wrong so it never happens again. >> katie: i want to walk to the time and again the viewers understand the tip line and when they came in. the first tip came on september 24th 2017. the fbi responded by saying there wasn't enough information, the person they were discussing wasn't identifiable so they couldn't follow up on that lead. the second came in on january 6th where the man was identified, he said he had desired to kill people, erratic behavior was reported and a social media report. he specifically said he wanted to conduct a school shooting. this is the second tip that the fbi is admitting that the protocol was not followed through. i think people really have a question about -- it's one thing to miss the first one that there's not enough information, but how is it when someone specifically reports to the fbi that someone has said they want to be a professional school shooter, how that person is not at least paid a visit by the bureau? >> you are absolutely right. and that's the reason it needs to be looked at to see why.
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but let's remember too, ages would have received this lead in miami if it had been passed and i'm. they would have gone out to talked to this individual. up until the time he actually fired shots, no crime had been committed. the best the fbi agents could have done was to speak with him. but it's his first amendment right to say things until he makes a very specific threat that is actionable and you can take him into custody. >> katie: can you detail how specific the threat needs to be? when he is reported as saying i want to be a professional school shooter, they know that he was expelled from a specific high school at the police had gone to his home 36 times. that seems pretty specific. how specific does it have to get before the fbi can do something? >> whether law enforcement on the local or federal level, the threat has to be something to the effect of i want to go to school on this day and kill somebody, or i'm planning to do it on this day, i want to kill a specific person. the general statements of i want
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to be a school shooter, believe it or not, his or first amendment right. if the laws are wrong, let the congress, the legislature get in there and change those laws, giving law enforcement more power. but until they do, agents are hamstrung to do nothing more than knock on the door and if he says i don't want to talk to you, they have to leave. we would you believe that a knock on the door it may have at least been some kind of deterrent? it seems like this kid didn't think anyone was paying attention to him, he was very brazen about the things he was saying on social media. to those fbi house calls actually make a difference when it comes to deterring those kinds of crimes? >> knock and talks as they are called in law enforcement are done by all police agencies, including the fbi. i've done hundreds of them in my career and agents do them every day across the country. sometimes those people i spoke with went ahead and committed the crime anyway. sometimes they didn't. we will never know, but it's important that that mistake doesn't happen again and director christopher wray is
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assured he will find out why it happened and fix the problem. >> katie: governor works god has called for the director to resign. many have said that such a step too far. he also said people in washington tend to want to investigate, hold hearings and put off what truly needs to be done. he said someone needs to be held accountable. do you think any kind of accountability is going to come out of this? >> absolutely. there was a lapse somewhere. whether it was a technical lapse, whoever maintains the system, that's an issue. or if it's a physical lapse, but that's the whole point. at the fbi is not interested in having hearings. they are interested in action. fix that problem so that it does never happen again. >> katie: thank you so much for your time, we appreciated. >> thank you. >> katie: it may not be surprising that president trump is blaming president obama for not stopping russian campaign battling, but this is a surprise, one of the top democrats investigating trump actually agrees. if cory lewandowski joins us to figure out what happens next mom's got this cold
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>> katie: congress is putting the dreamers on hold, but vice president pence told fox news the president will keep his top promise on border security. >> president trump made a commitment to the american people that we are going to build a wall. that means we are going to have a physical barrier. once that funding is provided we
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will make the decisions. and i guarantee you this builder turned president will get that wall built faster than you could possibly imagine. >> katie: that comment which aired on "fox & friends" this morning was made during his survey of the border with nielsen and ted cruz on friday. today speaker paul ryan indicated the house won't look at legislation until next month. daca the protections expire in march built but ryan seems in no hurry after the senate rejected four immigration plans last week. discussed where we go from here with sheffield and democratic strategist. lay out where we are. four bills down, how many to go? >> who knows the number? but basically what we have right now is we have shut down schumer who was more interested in putting the interests of foreigners ahead of the american sovereign people. ahead of people they forgotten. it men and women of this country who put this president and the white house. doesn't matter if you didn't vote for president trump you're at the reality is the reason he
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won the white house is because of immigration. that was a signature issue and if democrats want to continue to play obstructionist by blocking bill after bill after bill they will reap what they sow come 2018. >> katie: with been through this before. my question for democrats at this point is the president put a pretty generous offer on the table with 1.8 million daca recipients, or those who would qualify for daca not only to be able to gain legal status but also become citizens in return for the wall, which by the way chuck schumer voted for it in 2006. the end of the visa lottery program at the end to chain migration. why is that not a fair trade and now here we are down to the wire and the dreamers are in the middle? >> it's interesting because you've got two different stories. i paid careful attention to what chuck schumer said on the floor of the senate the day after the shutdown, and he told us that he had a meeting with president trump and he proposed a budget that included the wall
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and -- the dollar figure that donald trump gave him and donald trump shut it out and didn't do that. my point here is that we are willing to give him the wall. we just want to make sure the taxpayers money is being spent wisely and that we are good stewards of that money. >> katie: what about the end to the visa lottery program, which we have seen has emboldened terrorists to have committed acts in the united states? why that can't be part of the process, why democrats aren't into that? >> i wish i knew. i don't. i think that should be a part of the process. with that work to do. >> you are far too reasonable. what about chain migration? that's the other issue here too. why should the taxpayers, why should american taxpayers, the middle class families, their forgotten men and women of this country, be subsidizing the national -- 58% of immigrants who have are taking welfare.
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why should middle americans be forced to subsidize foreigners who feel entitled for us to pay their tax money? i'm sure you lock your doors at night, i'm sure you do and it's not because you are a heteronormative white supremacist racist. until the left starts learning to stop using this table rhetoric to delegitimize people with legitimate economic concerns he will keep losing. >> katie: on the point of the daca recipients. they are not just mad at republicans. they have put their fire towards people like nancy pelosi when she got surrounded at that town hall last year in san francisco. people demanding they do something. they're pretty angry that obama administration didn't do this when they were in the majority. so what about the electoral process towards democrats when it comes to this issue, considering there have been offers on the table from republicans to give amnesty to these recipients? >> and democrats. >> katie: a republican president and a republican house. >> i understand. i want to point out, like i said this points to fiscal
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conservatives. i know that sounds crazy from a democrat. they have already issued a statement saying that for the cost of maintaining his border wall we could replace the entire thing every seven years. what we are alleging is that this is from a cost-benefit analysis not the smartest way to secure our borders. drones, sensory devices, increased personnel. i know this was a signature piece and i know that we are going to have to concede on it -- >> katie: they want $30 billion, which includes all the wall and all the things you just discussed. we will switch gears here and go on a different note. we have argued talk -- former utah resident here in studio, met romney is running for the senate. donald trump, president donald trump has officially endorsed him tonight on twitter. what you have to say about that? >> thank goodness, i love to see the civil war ending because i love met romney. i used to work for a former
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partner with met romney. major donor for him when he ran. i'm totally in the back for him. i love him and i'm so glad to see the civil war, knock on wood, ending. and i was glad to see that he responded to the president's tweet. i have to say i think this was part of the condition to seeing orrin hatch retiring. let's just cause -- call a truce here to say there might be some legitimate policy disagreements here, but let's stop with the name calling on all fronts here, and i think that's the problem. >> katie: speaking of name-calling, democrats are already attacking that romney, despite him being more of a middle-of-the-road moderate. in fact some would say liberal on the issues of health care. why is that? >> that's a tough one. i want to say this. i really want to say that i just hate how partisan the politics are becoming right now. i really don't like this us versus them. mitt romney is a good candidate and i'm glad to see that they were able to set aside their political differences. and i just wish that we could
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have more of that. >> then why don't you talk to the democratic national committee or the dash they put out a press release. >> katie: i think we will end on the positive note of you both saying you are happy to see the civil war end. robin is happy to see -- we will end on that on unity and happiness. thank you both for being here, i appreciate it. the growing back to life. isis is militarily defeated in syria and the trump administration is just getting started. guess where a "new york times" poll of so-called experts ranged from a among our president? for singing definitely dry mouth has been a problem for me. i'm also on a lot of medications that dry my mouth. i just drank tons of water all the time. it was never enough. i wasn't sure i was going to be able to continue singing. i saw my dentist. he suggested biotene. it feels refreshing. my mouth felt more lubricated.
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president of donald trump. is it too soon to be saying he's the worst ever considering the history of this country? >> yes, it is. those professors would flunk one of their students if they tried to stunt like this. you can't make a judgment on the first year, and if you did, this is one of the most impactful presidents since fdr. jfk's first year was a disaster. he changed on the bay of pigs and it turned out poorly. he did a poor job of preparation for vienna and khrushchev misunderstood it. that led to a nuclear confrontation. reagan is one of america's greatest presidents. his first year he was shot and the only thing he got past -- he got a tax reduction. the big tax reform came five years later. donald trump, what he's done in one year, wiped isis off the map
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in the middle east. turn this economy around that is shooting off like a rocket. it's a remarkable first year. >> katie: is actually reminds me, remember when president obama was given the nobel peace prize before he even came into office? this is like that but in the complete reverse. can you give us a more context on how presidents are judged not in the time necessarily that they are in office broadly, but historically how things change, the context of our times, the results of the actions they take in office and their long-term implication? >> first of all, i have to tell you that they have some refined metrics on judging these presidents. they want to know do they have soaring rhetoric rhetoric. they want to know have they scribbled the executive branch, created new offices in the executive branch remove the cabinet offices around. they want to know have they presided over a popular war and won it? they have all of these metrics, but i want to tell you this, they cheat!
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george w. bush can sign off every one of their little boxes and they rate him as a horrible president. those metrics just don't hold up. they just don't work. if you want to see a top ten president, go to youtube and look top ten presidents, doug weed i just put one out and worked two years on it. >> katie: one final note. this obviously comes at a very partisan time in our country, probably a reflection of the results. what can you say to those that are looking at this in terms of having some patients with the process and judging history not just in 13 months of time, but in the broader aspect of the country? >> history will grind up all of this bitterness and meanness. >> katie: thank goodness! >> trump will stand on what he has accomplished and if it's good it will be good and all the people that love drunk and rejoice.
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♪ >> katie: oprah winfrey denies she is running for president, but she almost seems to be doing opposition research in her current gig as correspondent for 60 minutes. opal grilled a panel of 14 voters in grand rapids, michigan, about the president's performance on the broadcast last night. see if you can spot any anti-trump biased questions. >> who your beliefs if he made the comment about the blank-whole countries? >> absolutely. i think you made the comment. i think all president have made a comment behind closed doors. >> respect for the united states is eroding around the world. do you care what the world thinks of the united states? >> absolutely. >> i feel safer now than i ever did the last eight years of obama. >> how do you feel safer? tell me how you feel safer.
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>> katie: quick to respond, tweeting just watched a very insecure oprah winfrey, what one point i knew very well, interview a panel of people in 60 minutes. the questions were biased and slanted, the facts incorrect. hope oprah runs so she can be exposed and defeated just like all of the others. what's discussed this with monica crowley and liberal analyst julie. thank you for coming and joining me tonight. monica, she says she's not running, but she's in michigan. >> she does have this huge platform on "60 minutes," and she is oprah winfrey. i watch the entire segment and what i saw was that she was putting the trump voters on the defensive. almost trying to prop them proo say they regretted their boat and she didn't do that with people who voted for clinton.
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that aside, i think oprah winfrey has a beautiful life and i don't think in the end she is going to make a run for this. she also has a more important problem. oprah winfrey's entire image is built on forgiveness and suppose it spirituality and living your best life. those things are not exactly congruent with being a political figure, having to take really hard positions on very difficult, controversial issues. and i don't think she wants to end up muddying her brand by entering the political fray. >> katie: oprah has said that running for office is not in her dna, probably for all of the reasons monica just laid out, but you think actually her running wouldn't be such a bad idea? >> i'm sort of torn on this issue because i kind of would like to move the presidency out of the realm of celebrity, honestly. i think that's my ideal candidate for 2020, someone who has experience in governing and legislation and getting things done in washington, something that our current president has not had experience with. that said, or i do have to pick between oprah winfrey and donald trump i would certainly pick oprah winfrey for a variety reasons. she's a brilliant business woman
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who has achieved a net worth that rivals donald trump's and at times has surpassed it without the concurrent lawsuits and bankruptcy filings. >> katie: i'm glad to see now that the left is endorsing wealth rather than downplaying it and thinking it's a bad thin thing. >> i don't think wealth is a bad thing. >> katie: the left certainly does, right monica? >> this is something that donald trump really embraced unlike mitt romney when he made his run in 2012 and sort of ran away from his personal wealth. donald trump said we are in aspirational society and this is the message that oprah has had too. he really embraced his wealth and that has served him well. i don't think in the end that oprah is going to go ahead and do this. i think she likes having people want to court her. i think she likes having the attention placed on her in the different context because she is achieved so much else in the entertainment world. but you really have to have a hunger for this. donald trump really did, and that set him apart from others.
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>> katie: to think president trump, especially during oprah winfrey to get in the race, will maybe encourage her to do so, issue somewhat of a challenge? if she's already achieved so much, why not run for president? >> i don't think so. i think oprah winfrey does so much for good in her life as a philanthropist and as a host i thought that was something that was really important what about that interview was that she showed a lot of diplomacy. she brought a lot of people together who were vigorously opposed and the phone community, created group chats stomach chats on facebook because of it. she's raised millions of dollars for education in schools and helping people in underserved communities. i would prefer that she focus on that. i think that's what she would prefer to focus on. >> the only interesting dynamic that could change it for oprah and throw this into play is the #metoo movement. i think that has changed a lot of people's thinking and they think that the democrats going into 2020 are going to think seriously about nominating a
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woman, whether it's whether it's kamala harris, michelle obama, oprah winfrey. given her speech at the golden globes, that might be a motivating factor for her. again, i don't think in the end she's going to do it because it's impossible to be both jesus and caesar and i think she likes having this exalted position in american pop culture. >> katie: we've seen her endorse political candidates before. she was a big player in president obama's election. do you think she can be more effective outside of the official political office then she would be inside of it? >> i do. again, this interview was sort of an example of her being able to reach across the aisle, bring people together, build a consensus. i do believe she would be more effective outside of the presidency, especially if that's what she herself has said that's the position she likes to play. she has enormous power and enormous experience in working for good and policies and now charities that help women and
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children. i would love -- if i were running for president i would love to have her on my side. >> she endorsed barack obama in 2008 and changed the dynamic away from hillary clinton. >> katie: exactly. that did not help hillary clinton against donald trump, that's for sure. thank you both for coming in. really appreciate it. you have to see what we have coming up next, video from the ocean liner cruise that took a very long turn. what's happening to those >> tech: at safelite autoglass we know that when you're spending time with the grandkids... ♪ music >> tech: ...every minute counts. and you don't have time for a cracked windshield. that's why at safelite, we'll show you exactly when we'll be there. with a replacement you can trust. all done sir.
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>> katie: fun for all, all for fun. but this is why some passengers are calling the trip down under the cruise from hell. [inaudible] >> katie: so how did this ten day south pacific crews go so
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wrong? one interviewed passenger blamed what she called a big italian family spending days targeting and attacking australians on the ship. but that passenger also criticized the captain for allegedly saying after the brawl, what do you want me to do, throw them overboard? and eventually police arrested six men and three teenage boys. carnival also blamed its own employees issuing a statement that said the actions seen on the video by our own security team are not in line with our values and policies. the cruise mind-set today it's launching an investigation and offered a 25% discount on future cruises to those passengers who want to risk another trip. i'm sure they just can't wait for that. they are just dying to go on another one. that's all the time we have tonight. i'm katie pavlich and for laura ingraham. next time you go on a cruise and they say do you want a gift card for another cruise after you got the neural virus or do you want 25% off after you got involved a brawl in this big family ruined your vacation, just say
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no. there are other vacations available. we hope you had a wonderful evening. i'm katie pavlich in for laura ingraham and now mike emanuel is filling in for shannon bream on "fox news @ night" ." >> good advice there. here's what's on tonight. president trump says he's open to stiffer background checks, but is that enough for students demanding change as the pressure rises on guns? >> you are either with us or against us. >> mike: in the wake of the florida school shooting. and as the president playing smart politics by singling out oprah winfrey in his latest tweet storm? >> do you care what the world thinks of the united states? >> mike: republican congressman adam kinzinger is here with answers. plus. >> a reporter from new york called me and asked if it was true that i was trying to outlaw masturbation in utah and i said no. >> mike: states are


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