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january. that's how much the markets have come back since the big correction. globally pretty much the same story. doesn't mean we are out of the woods. just means we can see the clearing. "the five" is now. >> greg: i'm greg gutfeld with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, jesse watters. she flies first class on a paper airplane. dana perino. "the five" ." sheriff scott israel was grilled by jake tapper sunday. the official did everything possible to avoid blame for the blunders leading to the parkland shooting. at times, he seemed like he was reading from a fortune cookie. >> do you think if the broward sheriff's office had done things differently, this shooting might not have happened? >> listen, candy and nuts,
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o.j. simpson would be in the record books. >> i don't know what that means. 17 people killed in as a whole list of things your apartment could have done differently. >> greg: if ifs and buts were candy and nuts. he also said this with a straight face. >> are you are not taking any responsibility for the multiple red flags brought to the attention of the broward sheriff's office about the shooter. >> i can only take responsibility for what i knew about. i exercised my due diligence. i've given amazing leadership to this agency. >> greg: amazing. he is less a sheriff and more a politician. like a politician, he is trying to his butt. hopefully the media focuses on other things. we keep hearing more about the mistakes. authorities received many tips warning them cruz was going to
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do something bad, including potentially a mass shooting. then there is the deputy failing to convert the shooter. the sheriff denied these facts before and now does all he can shave his -- save his job. >> i gave him a gun. i gave him a badge. i gave him the training. if he didn't have the heart to go in, that's not my responsibility. >> greg: that is some leader. remember this cnn town hall? knowing the lapses in his leadership, he diverted the audience away from his own incompetence toward dana loesch, who probably would've done a better job than him. >> i understand your standing up for the nra and that is what you're supposed to do but you just told this group of people you are standing up for them. you are not standing up for them until you say "i want less weapons." >> greg: the real disgrace, knowing what he knew then i'm playing that card for applause. maybe you should be mad but not at the nra.
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at this dude. when he talks about the deputy and says he's only responsible up to a point, is he right? he wasn't there so it wasn't his problem? >> kimberly: the language from his rhetoric shows his lack of integrity, lack of leadership skills and qualities. he's the head boss. he should be the one taking ownership of the situation and making it a teachable moment in saying this is something they could've done better. the deputy should have gone in. they had the training. they should re-examine situations like this. maybe they are not making it real enough. people aren't confronted enough with situations like this to be able to make snap decisions. for this guy seems like he is playing to the theater. he thinks he is some character, flawed for sure, and a shakespearean play and he wants to play to the crowd and the more adulation they give him, the better he feels. you see it by those moments,
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especially when you know what he knew at the time, how he behaved in the town hall. that's why some people are calling for him to resign. >> greg: or at least be suspended, jesse. when he said, he mentioned his amazing leadership. trying to steal from donald trump's vernacular? didn't work. >> jesse: like hillary after benghazi, if she had raised her leadership. doesn't make sense to me. he acts like a politician because he doesn't accept responsibility pretty he switched parties to run for office. accused of running a page or judgmental. he's comparing himself to mlk, gandhi, and abraham lincoln. >> kimberly: that's it? >> jesse: sounds like your typical politician. one deputy didn't go in and then when more deputy showed up, they didn't go into the building. they were either cowards, they broke protocol or have the wrong protocol. we will find out which one it is. we also know they were called 23
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times about this guy. two times they were warned he was going to be a possible school shooter. now he is running a p.r. campaign, going on cnn, blaming the nra, not roots attempting t accepting responsibility. almost seems like he's more concerned with bashing the nra than solving the school safety issue. democrats for the last several years had said police departments need to be held to a higher standard, need more scrutiny. now they have no appetite to look into it. republicans usually give police the benefit of the doubt but at this point, theirs, looks like there's a lot of mistakes that were made. republicans want to investigate here. i think that's fine. investigate. let the facts fall where they may. i don't want to see a cover-up, and it sounds like there might be a cover-up going on. >> greg: dana, when you watched the jake tapper interview sunday, do you think he realized the sheriff had
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fleeced him at the town hall and this was payback? all right, you knew this stuff. >> dana: he does it in a way that's classy. he doesn't drag him through the mud. given the chance to answer and the answers, as you pointed out, or horrible. there was no simple thing for victims or families. it was all defensiveness. honestly i thought it was delusional. i wonder, if he thinks he did nothing wrong. i believe in the military, if your soldiers don't follow through, you are responsible. or else it doesn't work. if you don't have a chain of command that's followed, the chain will break. >> greg: juan, do you think he deserves some kind of discipline? there is talk of suspension, or should he resign? the governor can fire him, even though he's an elected official, i believe. >> juan: this conversation and, to me, is way off in the weeds. we need to be talking about is what happened with the young people who are dead.
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>> greg: that's what we are doing. >> juan: i don't think so. >> greg: if somebody reacted to the shooter, they would be alive. >> juan: no. president trump said even without a weapon, he would've run in. the point is the dead young people. to me, you see now this rush of republicans to blame the fbi, to blame the sheriff of the county. never, ever to talk about the nra, the proliferation of guns in society, this wacko young man, underage, under 21, able to get an assault rifle. we can go back and forth about whether or not you should fire sheriff israel. fine. i don't know. >> greg: that was the topic today, juan. >> juan: that's not a practical solution. >> greg: i think it is, if you are responsible for what happened. >> juan: do you think it's going to stop more shootings?
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>> greg: >> juan: you say things like the death penalty and strong punishment will discourage repeat crimes. in this case, i don't see the going after the sheriff or even the deputy, and dana, he thinks he did a good job. his lawyer put out a statement saying he was the first to call in. >> dana: i wasn't talking about peterson. i was talking about israel. >> juan: it seems the conversation is like a political ploy by republicans. >> greg: the politics started in the town hall when he tried to divert the responsibilities for the actions. you want to talk about the amerian solutions for to future gun violence, let's roll this tape. donald trump mentioning the nra. >> don't worry about the nra. they are on our side. half of you are so afraid of the
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nra. there is nothing to be afraid of. you know what, if they are not with you, we have to fight them every once in a while. that's okay. they are doing what they think is right. sometimes we are going to have to be tough and fight them. we need strong background checks. for a long period of time, people resisted that. but i now think people are really into it. >> greg: how political is that? seems like the most middle-of-the-road. close to one hand and then the other on the nra. >> jesse: it's pretty honest. for a politician, takes a lot of courage to take on someone who has been back in your party for decades. juan makes the point like you can't chew gum and walk at the same time. republicans have criticized this sheriff and have also put forward solutions to school safety. saying raise the limit for purchasing an error 15, banning bump stocks.
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all we have heard from the left is, let's just crucify the nra. i'm glad you think police just need to be trusted willy-nilly and everything is perfect. when they make mistakes, you should be able to hold them accountable. >> juan: yes. >> jesse: you don't think they should be held accountable? i believe these people are praying for -- paid for by taxpayer money. they should be held accountable. you want to give them a pass. >> juan: why do you say that? >> jesse: huge aesthetics. you don't care. >> juan: this is a diversion. bump stocks, how long has congress had to act? >> jesse: everybody wants them banned. >> juan: it would be a diversion if something had been done. >> greg: kimberly is raising a hand. >> kimberly: here's the problem. if we want to be honest, all
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these things should be examined. to give credit, the president had a listening session to discuss it. they brought up weapons. they brought up guns. the president said we need to examine all this. maybe we need to raise the age. maybe we need to make it so bump stocks aren't available. all of these things are in play but it doesn't mean we should be derelict in our duty to do an examination of the sheriff's department, just like with the fbi, to make sure the right protocols were in place. to make sure this doesn't happen again. it's healthy and responsible at its competency. that's what we need to focus on here. all of this is appropriate discussion, just like we should discuss the sheriff here, israel, and whether or not he is the right person to be doing that job. i think the answer is clear. >> greg: dana, when we talk about diversions and political agendas, it's like the nra discount story is kind of like a diversion away. everybody here at this table,
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donald trump at his listening event, there is everything from civil tags to hardening soft targets. how does banning nra discounts are getting rid of it, how does that help? >> dana: united airlines from enterprise rent-a-car, i think herz joined in. now delta. in this scenario. i understand there is going to be opposition to the nra. just like there is opposition to planned parenthood. the mirror organization for ideology. in this situation, you talk about see something, say something should lead to do something and we know they do something did not happen in this case. why would you take that out on dues paying members of the nra who want to rent a car from you. larry punishing them? doesn't make sense. an elected official in georgia is saying delta, we are going to
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come back at you and take away your tax break. this is going to lead nowhere. a corporation has the right to make a decision. if they want to lose customers, fine. if it means that much to them and they want to take the p.r. hit or maybe they think they get good p.r. out of this, they have made the calculation is a business. i don't think the government should come in and try to punish them. >> jesse: this sheriff is the reason why people want to arm themselves. they don't believe the sheriff can protect their safety, as they didn't this time. they want to be able to protect themselves. >> greg: enterprise should focus more on the safety of their cars. >> kimberly: you had a bad experience? >> greg: some people have bad experiences and you can google it. the democratic rebuttal to the republican memo is out. next.
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confirmation of, if you call it the republican memo or this be 24 memo, that was nothing but a confirmation. a lot of bad things happened on the other side. not on their side but on the other side. somebody should look into it. what they did is really fraudulent, and somebody should be looking into that. by somebody i am talking about you know who. >> jesse: adam schiff spent his sunday firing back on twitter. >> i am not surprised the president doesn't like it. i'm not surprised frankly that the white house tried to bury this memo responds as long as they could. it's important for the public to see the facts that the fbi acted appropriately in seeking a warrant on carter page. they are not part of some deep state, as the president would like the public to believe. >> jesse: against my better judgment, i'm going to go to juan first on this one. i'm not going to interrupt you. i'm just going to say "wrong"
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every time i think you are wrong. >> juan: that is the president's language. >> jesse: wrong. [laughter] >> juan: the president called into judge jeanine and said adam schiff is a bad guy and a liar and it strikes me as funny because if you stop and think about it, his own justice department said it's reckless to put the first memo out, the nunes memo. his own fbi said they had grave concerns. why? because it was going to undermine the fisa court. here comes the schiff memo and it indicates that not only within four charges on the fisa court to look at this but it indicates that the fisa court said we are not using any dossier as the basis for spying on the campaign or on trump. >> jesse: wrong. >> juan: there you go. there is trump again. they say instead here we have legitimate documentation of
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carter page, who had lived in moscow for four years, business dealings with the russians. contact between russians, not only page by papadopoulos, all predating it, all just a find of the fisa court would say there's a reason, a legitimate reason to look at these contacts with russians. >> jesse: wrong. all right, i will later go point by point. kimberly, would you like to say -- >> greg: i sense a new segment or show. >> jesse: jake did a really nice job. what do you think about the democratic memo? do you think it helps their case or muddies the water? >> kimberly: i think it muddies the water. i don't necessarily think it helps their case. i would say impart it does. the president is very frustrated by it but he -- feels there is partisan politics at play.
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everything about him and his campaign and family and everyone associated in russian collusion and they tried to take the election away, tried to legitimize the presidency. at war with the press. he is frustrated. here is another example where he feels people are trying to obfuscate issues. and make it difficult for the meta-people to understand -- for the american people to understand what's going on. it's politics not working at its best in d.c. and that was the whole "drain the swamp" movement. >> jesse: in one of the things juan mentioned was that the dossier didn't play any role in the feiss application that they had verified this stuff when they made the application. that's directly contradicted by james comey who testified in front of the senate intelligence committee that three months after the warrant on page have been granted, that the dossier was still unverified and salacious when he briefed the president about it in
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january 2017. >> greg: i have to admit our memo is bigger than their memo. this game of rock, paper, scissors. nunes' paper and they were rock. paper goes overwrought. they claim they counter the republican accusation of abuse but it's -- they use the word speculate. they speculated they knew where the dossier -- that's not reputation. this is me trying to return a serve from venus williams. it went nowhere. they need to find an alternative path. >> dana: i agree that the democrats need a method of some sort. russia cannot be it. if they expect to win and the midterms. they have a lot of energy on their side. i read three articles on each side, and to me it's a wash. i look at it and i think one thing we don't have here.
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there are four fisa court judges. we have the application. we don't have a conversation during the appearance in front of the judges. what did they ask them? what were the answers? we have no idea and i don't think we need to know. the other thing is to say there were several people on the trump campaign, i am not saying president trump renewal. how would they have known they were already in under investigation? paul manafort and gait and page. >> jesse: one thing that democratic memo does not do is it says they told the fisa judge hillary in the dnc paid for it. they did not tell the fisa court judge. they buried that information. at no point with the -- was the judge aware that hillary and the dnc paid for the dossier. ahead of the midterms, democrats. up next.
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♪ >> juan: welcome back. on friday, president trump warned republicans not to get complacent about the upcoming midterm election. democrats could see that -- heed that advice. the party in california has declined to endorse their longtime senior senator dianne feinstein in her bid for another term. maxine waters, the democratic congresswoman from california, took the stage this weekend at the convention to drum up support for building a unified blue wave in november. she is still not letting up on president trump. >> democrats, i don't care what the republicans say. i say impeach 45. impeach 45.
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impeach 45. impeach 45. my gun is bigger than your gun. my rocket is more powerful than your rocket and on and on and on. all i see is two heads of state, donald trump and kim jong un, both with questionable agendas and questionable mental health. >> juan: wow. pretty strong. dana, let's go to what i think with big news this weekend. you get an 84-year-old senator, dianne feinstein, not endorsed by her party as she seeks a fifth term. >> dana: you think about the bernie burroughs during the last election. there's a real pull between the pregnant prickle pragmatists i had in california, progressive is where you want to be. tom stier and nancy pelosi. she continues to give republicans a lot of to run against her. i think.
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i wouldn't say feinstein is not going to win. if she wins the primary, she's probably going to win because the republican party is so decimated there. loose talk about impeachment helps president trump. it will galvanize republicans to go out and support of the republicans in order to prevent that. you can't impeach somebody just because you don't like them or their rhetoric isn't good. i would say, there is one democrat making this point, susan glasser interviewed jerry nadler. he was head of the judiciary committee. it would be up to him, and he says "my view of impeachment is to be very careful that when tom stier saying i will only give you money if you pledge the you will vote for impeachment, that nadler says it's very premature. the elders of the democratic party are trying to tap the brakes on this.
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they realize it's not the path to victory. you can't impeach someone because you don't like his twitter account. >> juan: kimberly, to finish up on the dianne feinstein point. she got 37% of support from the democrats in california this weekend. 57%, just below the 60% threshold that would have won him the endorsement went to kevin delong, the senate leader. the key issue that differentiates the two, is daily on's support for immigration. >> kimberly: i know her well. she has been a tireless public advocate. i find her to be one of the more reasonable democrats which is probably why they are not supporting her. she is good about the military, national security. foreign policy, common sense as it relates to the economy. the tax issues.
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they want to go so far laughed and so liberal that they are going to seek out people like that. they want people. it's going to fracture and alienate a lot of voters that might've gone democrat. this new platform the party has. i think it's disappointing they are doing this. obviously immigration is a hot-button issue. goes to show you democrats don't know a winner when they see one. >> juan: jesse, do you think it's legitimate to say five terms. she's 84. >> kimberly: ageist. a >> jesse: if people don't think she is fit at that age, then they can primary her out of there. it doesn't bother me that much. the whole platform of "i'm going to take your guns. let's impeach trump and russia, russia, russia," it's not going to do anything for democrats.
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trump's approval. the economy is humming. the russia stuff doesn't move the needle. it might motivate a small portion of people. that's fine. that wasn't the cpac poll. >> dana: there were other polls this morning. >> kimberly: they can >> jessey can motivate a certain part of the base with that. democrats have almost seeded the economy to the republicans. none of them voted for the tax cuts. they need a platform besides trump is mean and racist and mentally ill. health care, education, college tuition. they lost the house trying to take guns before. i don't know if they're gonna make the same mistake twice. polls show and even race in the congressional midterms. democrats right now are in deep trouble. they know it and they haven't learned any lessons from the 2016 election.
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>> juan: sometimes i worry about where you get your information. i don't know. i want to go to greg. greg, i wanted you to comment on maxine waters and the "impeach 45." will we get hats? >> greg: i want them to continue down this path because the best way you can elect your adversary is be irrational. if you are irrational and your anti-trump, it will only help them. this same way calling a -- calling obama a kenyan born interloper. i am doing it to mock people. they didn't know i was mocking them. about impeachment, remember what happened after the clinton impeachment? something called 9/11. it's a correlation. it's barely a correlation. it's an observation.
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it's the kind of political distraction we choose that ends up ignoring certain catastrophic threats before us if we get so bogged down in this, we don't see the other things in front of us. you could argue clinton was so -- he spent all his time trying to cover up the stuff he was doing and didn't see what was coming. >> dana: what happened to clinton's approval rating when they tried impeachment. >> greg: went up. >> juan: a california mirror feels it's her duty to keep i.c.e. from doing their duty. tipping off illegals that the feds are coming. (barry murrey) when you have a really traumatic injury, we have a short amount of time to get our patient to the hospital with good results. we call that the golden hour. evaluating patients remotely is where i think we have a potential to make a difference.
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the feds were coming. democratic oakland mayor libby schaaf put out a press release to sound the alarm about raids in her city before they happen. she says it was her ethical obligation to do so. >> my priority is to keep the community safe. not to panic people but to ensure they are prepared. residents should know they do not have an obligation to open their door if an i.c.e. official knocks. while i am very committed to being a law-abiding citizen, i feel confident that my sharing this information, because i did not receive it through official channels, is illegal and frankly it's my ethical obligation. i felt it was my duty to share the information. >> kimberly: all right. no word about the ethical obligation to protect illegal united states citizens in her city. the move came days after the
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president warned he may pull i. agents. california. >> greg: i have a solution, as always, to the great problems of the world. the mexican president is angry at donald trump about the law. california wants to do its own thing as a sanctuary state. remember the louisiana purchase? i do. sell california to mexico. >> kimberly: we would owe money. >> greg: no, no, no. i did the math. sell it for 47.5 trillion. pay it off over 25 years. mexico would take 10 trillion, thrown in the budget, and announce a three year tax holiday for the remaining 49 states. you don't pay any taxes because we got it from mexico. the remaining 37.5 trillion goes against -- 's to solve major issues, hunger, poverty, air pollution.
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mexican officials and police can deal with california, gang crime, and there bankruptcies and economic inequality. we get tax breaks and the world conquers all of its problems. this is the answer. we'll be right back. >> kimberly: coming to a briefing room near you soon. >> greg: probably not. >> kimberly: probably not. worried about the massive amount of debt california has but you did the math. >> dana: let's say it's another hypothetical situation. there's going to be a drug bust and somebody in the justice department or fbi knows about the drug bust and they give a heads up to the people so they scatter. how wrong would that be? to me, it's the same thing. they are here illegally. they should have to suffer the consequences. i think the democrats, if they want to push back on immigration, these stories about parents and children being separated at the border and held miles apart, unable to see each other.
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there was one story today of an african woman who has not seen her 6-year-old daughter in several weeks. i think that's a much stronger play for them. >> kimberly: i totally agree. you wonder where the common sense goes. >> jesse: common sense goes here. kimberly. [laughter] >> juan: people will say i am his new mother. >> kimberly: he got a mom text. >> greg: a brother from another mother. >> jesse: juan would disown me. there's going to be a lot of anti-trump superheroes who are going to pop up, like this person in california. rahm emanuel, they want to earn their street cred five fighting the system and fighting donald trump. they get a lot of publicity. i don't think it's good for the country. she has breaking the law. u.s. code one, two, one -- yout shield from protection another
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little it's amazing how the democratic party has change their platform. they voted for the border fence. they voted to not shield illegal aliens. voted for sweeps and raids. now it is open season. let them in, have them free stuff. never prosecute them. it's amazing. they are not the party of law and order. trump, when he thinks things are wrong, he's called a traitor. when the democrats do it, they are called heroes. >> juan: when you have the supreme court declined to look at the dreamer situation. it means the march deadline is not good to be in place. the second thing, what the mayor of oakland is doing is saying even if you are here illegally there are certain steps. you don't have to open your door. you don't have to do xyz. that information -- that's not breaking the law. that's not supporting people being here illegally. i think it's an important distinction.
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>> kimberly: are you feeling stressed? >> greg: sell california. >> kimberly: are you feeling super stressed out like a lot of americans? one writer has an interesting take on who is to blame, what's to blame, next. how much money do you think you'll need in retirement? then we found out how many years that money would last them.
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♪ >> dana: are americans are anxious and exhausted, more so than usual according to a new study. 63% say the future of the nation as a stressor. usa columnist points during mass shootings, natural disasters and also "travel bans," catastrophic illnesses on the loss of health care. fears are real and specific. we talked about last week, we have a theory. it why you worry about the future. >> greg: it is an evolutionary module in your brain. you want to live a longer. you naturally worry even when things are good. the exhaustion this person is talking about is caused by our own inability to shut off content.
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it's not about the story but the quantity of the stories. this guy is blaming his liberal exhaustion on the right but he's just losing. it's exhausting when you're losing. you always feel sick and tired after the third trip to the buffet. you've got to put your phone down. this is the buffet. nobody feels worse when they go for a walk, unless you get run over by a teenager who was texting. >> dana: you never regret taking a walk. that's true. jesse, taking a social media break. maybe that can help people >> jesse: i am stressed because i work with greg every day. he is very tiresome. i have learned how to cope. juan doesn't bother me at all. this guy in the green room. we can talk about it in "one more thing" or in your case, two more things. this country is so soft right
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now. you have that civil rights movement, vietnam war. we attacked pearl harbor, 9/11. now things are so good come of this is buffet season. travel ban, how many americans does it affect? i don't think it affects any. people are anxious about daca. 700,000 people in a country of 350 million. i left. go take a walk. >> dana: juan, are you stressed and exhausted? >> juan: i am exhausted. in terms of politics, people in washington say, you weren't around in the '60s. the cities were burning. race relations were terrible. i think that's true. i wasn't around in the '60s like i am now but it's not just me. the poll says 60% of americans -- >> dana: they worry about the future. maybe if you are worried about
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the industries of a future in jobs and ai and all of the stuff. >> kimberly: i don't worry about any of that. greg is the one who has the nightmares. maybe you call them dreams. where i come to get you in the future. >> dana: everybody can calm down. kimberly is on it. >> kimberly: i am on it. i'm not stressed about that. it's a good choice i was put in charge.s >> dana: indeed. "one more thing" is upte next. i called usaa and the first thing they asked was 'are you ok?' they always thank you for your service, which is nice because as a spouse you serve too. we're the hayles and we're usaa members for life. see how much you could save with usaa by bundling your auto and home insurance. get a quote today.
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♪ >> greg: all right, time for "one more thing." let's do this. greg diva news. >> kimberly: you stole my crown. >> greg: it's mina. you will never see it again. we have to stick together. in this segment will air every day, i will salute divas all over the world. she refused to give up her seat to a dog. she said no. that's not just a diva, that's a strong female. i salute that cat for not giving up her seat in true diva fashio fashion. >> kimberly: anything else? >> greg: no. jesse. >> jesse: news anchor in san diego, not ron burgundy. this woman had a visitor onset.
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>> reading your garden of bugs. >> how is that for an introduction. [laughter] >> we will be talking about that next. >> jesse: they did a nice job winging that. nice job. >> kimberly: really getting mailed in today. mine is fantastic. first lady melania trump spoke at the governors luncheon for spouses at the white house and she spoke about being encouraged by the the young activist speaking out. she commended them on leading a movement cured towards gun violence prevention. >> i have been heartened to see children across the country using their voices to speak out
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and try to create change. they are our future, and they deserve a voice. >> kimberly: we talked about that, children getting involved in using their voice to express their feelings. she talked about how important it is adults take responsibility in children having to manage the issues they are faced with toda today. >> dana: when it rains, it doesn't always have to pour. we had good times as we can. i want to show you my friend bradley. he is two and a half. we set up a race between him and jasper. bradley wanted to do it over and over again. jasper won't let the kid win. >> kimberly: dana, you're making children cry. >> dana: no, he loved it. >> greg: you showed this tape of your dog beating the pants off a poor kid.
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you are a terrible human being. speaking of. juan. >> juan: cheap shot. a weekend in heaven? no, but how about a weekend with my grandkids out broadway. as you can imagine, 25-year-old american girl's reign are pretty excited that previews of frozen the musical have started on broadway. on friday the family went to the show. the girls pressed up. to top it off, the next night we went to sea sponge bob square pants. young people love -- the big surprise was how much they love spongebob. they stopped by fox. i am sure you come as a loyal fox viewer, knows how much fox loves to make up the ladies. here they are in makeup. great weekend in new york. >> dana: they enjoyed it? >> juan: they loved it.
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greg bailed out on me when i bought him a ticket to a broadway show. he left. it >> greg: never miss an episode of "the five." he comes bearing gifts. it's bret baier bearing news. >> bret: so good. president trump tells governors he wants to make school safety the top national priority and promises to take unilateral action needed if necessary. congress comes back to work facing serious pressure on guns and dreamers. the sheriff who stood in front and center during most of the florida school shooting aftermath is facing a major blowback for what one critic calls dereliction of duty. this is "special report" ." good evening. welcome to washington. i am bret baier. president trump promising to turn the nation's grief into action when it comes


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