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>> hello, i'm dana perino, along with kim guilfoyle, richard fowler. it is 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >> fox alert, another cabinet shake up for the trump administration. e.p.a. administrator, pruitt resigned. president trump tweeting on his way to great falls, montana, on his way to a rally, we will have that live. john roberts joins us from the white house with the latest. john, you can't take a break, you have to be on your toes at all times at the white house. >> your head is on swivel 24/7
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at the white house. this is not a surprise, been a long time coming. what has been a surprise, how scott pruitt held on to his job as long as he did given the controversy swirling around him. 14 different ethics investigations. in his farewell tweet, scott pruitt, you can tell why he held on, president trump appreciated what he's doing. i accepted resignation of scott pruitt as administrator of the e.p.a. scott has done an outstanding job. i will be thankful for this. e.p.a.'s andrew wheeler will take over on monday as acting administrator of the e.p.a. andy will continue on with our great and lasting e.p.a. agenda. the e.p.a. is very bright. scott pruitt issued his resignation in the form of a letter to the president. the administrator pruitt shared that letter with me. i think the particular excerpt
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from that letter, passage that is important here is pruitt saying i'm stepping down as administrator of e.p.a. effective july 6, it is difficult seeing serving in this role, i count it blessing to serve you in any capacity and always because of tronz formative work, the unrelenting attackos me personally, my family has taken sizeable toll on all of us. well publicized the scandals pruitt has been facing. another one facing him, congressman ted lou, as well as don baier sent a letter to the inspector general at the e.p.a. claiming certain appointments in scott pruitt's calendar had been scrubbed from the official record because the meetings were with people that would have "looked bad" in the federal record and not keeping proper federal records can be considered a crime.
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that was facing him, as well. bernie sanders, of vermont, fierce critic of administrator pruitt said scott pruitt was the worst administrator in the history of the administration. it is about time in terms of scott pruitt's departure. dana, he held on, so many other people in an administratorive capacity would not have been able to, the president thought he was doing a good job. the president during the campaign railed against onerous and demrikative handcuffing industry from creating the economy president trump thought possible and pruitt was on the front lines cutting the regulations. it earned him enemies in government, at the e.p.a. in a breakfast with pruitt a couple weeks ago, he thought he was being targeted by people who wanted to see him gone and today he is gone. >> pruitt's resignation comes at
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pivotal time. president trump is filling the supreme court seat being vacated by "kennedkeene kennedy. the big decision for the high court nominee is scheduled for monday night, meantime, gearing up for major confirmation battle over the president's pick. >> clearly the president is looking at list prepared by extreme group that has an agenda that really wants to just ratify the president's policies. >> the question is, if they are not able to withstand this onslot, not able to hold back a justice that would reverse role, what happens? we go to 50 civil war necessary each state, plus district of columbia. the >> think about our supreme court, it is the crown jewel. there is risk this nomination could move the court in a really dangerous direction. >> all right, so we have the news about pruitt resigning, but
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i really think that is superceded by interest in who gets nod to be the president's supreme court nominee. kimberly, the president keeps figuring out, i interviewed six people. maybe he has narrowed it down to three, as sources told fox news. it is up to him as decider who he wants and to put up for the supreme court. >> kimberly: obviously the people are qualified. 20 and then five names and now reporting fox news is saying he narrowed it down to the six you see on the screen. obviously, you know, incredible candidates, all of them could and should be confirmed. i think the concern is just really down to the numbers. they are all qualified, who in fact, will be able to get the confirmation and who might oppose it in terms of the concern about the two females that might not support perhaps like the female justices or perhaps one of the other ones could be complicated because of
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roe v wade, it may come down to the vote and who might be able of the six qualified people to go forward. >> it is possible, jesse, that because there is many senate democrats who are up for re-election in tough states, the president won by up to 20 points, that those senate democrats that want to win again will listen to constituents and decide to vote for them. i could see scenaario the person doesn't get the vote or get 54 or 55 votes approving the new justice. >> yeah, probably mansion and donnelly will vote for whoever and heidkamp. sources say it is down to bret baier and amy coney barrett. brett kavanaugh reaches across the aisle, not as swing justice, someone who uses force of his personality to persuade other justices, he's a yale guy, a
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bush appointee. 53 years old, he has really strong judicial record on guns, on religious liberty and on free markets. he has a long record to look through. he's a constitutionalist and people like that. right now he has the inside track. considered the front runner. "wall street journal" editorial page endorsed him as top conservatives did, as well. one concern about him is he did vote kind of the way justice roberts did rule on the obamacare case. he called it a "tax" which a lot of conservatives didn't like. he looks like a shoe-in, strong late surge by amy coney barrett, social conservatives really like her, as well as constitutional conservatives. she's only 46. >> so young. >> very young. >> she's got a great record of scholarship that shows her as someone who respects religious
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liberty, as well as the second amendment. she already went through a confirmation and got through unscathed and i think the rack on her from the democrats was she's dogmatic, going to let her catholic faith beliefs influence her rulings and she really expertly deflected that accusation. in terms of strict constitutionalist, originalist and textualist, conservative people like her a lot. she's mother of seven children and again, be on the court for a very, very long time. >> concern is roe v. wade would go against her on the grounds -- >> on the obamacare piece, i had somebody on my show explaining kavanaugh said this court cannot rule on that, but the four justices who voted against obamacare used kavanaugh's ruleing and justification to go against obamacare, just roberts
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went the other way. >> right, i think kim is right, comes down to the two women, one from alaska and one from maine. murkowski and collins, how they vote and come down to how hard can chuck schumer hold the caucus together. we saw what mitch mcconnell did to merrick garland, invoked the mitch mcconnell rule, hold during presidential year. >> presidential election year. >> the sound was election year, now they are changing the rules to make it presidential election rule. that is cool, mr. mcconnell like to change the rules for his benefit. >> the whole reason you are in this position, because of harry reid. >> call it what you want, it is the mitch mcconnell rule and we're sticking to it. >> we're not. >> vote the same mitch mcconnell rule. with help of murkowski and collins, democrats will hold together. not that we're against having somebody conservative. justice similar to kennedy, you will get 60 votes and won't have a problem.
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if you put up somebody far to the right like neil gorsuch, you will have problems with democrats and some republicans. >> i think president trump made it clear, he says "neil gorsuch was a home run and i want another justice just like him, that is a problem for liberals and the two women -- >> do you want to wrestle? >> my source told me it will be a good pick, a right pick. >> brilliant. >> mitch mcconnell rule is irrelevant, we have the house, the senate and president, it is our pick. >> there you go. >> it hurts, it burns a little bit. >> he won the election. >> i am enjoy ing this view between jesse and cyrus. tinker bell maybe. >> hollywood celebrities celebrate 4th of july by slamming president trump, the outrage from the left, next. i woke up in memphis and told...
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♪ >> talk about trump extremism. left going to new length to protest the president on
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independence day. activist arrested for scaling the statue of liberty after being slaped with misdemeanor charges, including trespassing and disorderly conduct. using 4th of july to attack trump instead of celebrating the country, including comedian chelsea handler for apologizing for president trump and filmmaker michael moore urging resistance to continue their revolts. those are just two examples. richard, why can't you guys just love america, like the rest of the country. why do you have to po liticize our nation? >> i love america and i think chelsea handler, as well as the filmmaker loves america, as well. i think, i mean i think what we're saying, we disagree on policy and we're using the 4th of july to talk about it. there is reason to disagree. 2000 kids at the border can't find their parents. deficit is highest since world
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war ii and midnight tonight we start a trade war with china. there are reasons to protest and be upset where america is going, period. >> what do you think about this whacky woman that jumps on the statue of liberty and causes all sorts of disruption among the police force and coast guard on independence day. she has a long track record of goofy things and wasting taxpayer money. >> also dangerous things, public safety risk, if she fell, what could happen below. you have first responders and people risking their life because she's doing a political stunt. it is selfish, something the law should not allow. it is a risk, not like holding up a sign or howriting an artic, it puts other lives at risk. it is disappointing, people trying to get attention. she has a history doing this type of thing. i would be frustrated if i had to be the one or family member had to go rescue this woman, not to mention the taxpayer dollars, she should have to reimburse.
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>> not only that, nypd on day like the 4th of july needs all eyes and ears and resources trying to protect people in large crowds, that is what they should be doing. >> absolutely. >> this does not look good for democrats, draws attention to lack of patriotism. there was a poll, democrats are half as patriotic as republicans. >> okay -- >> look at richard, wait a second. >> there are some issues and i'm all for citizens expressing their right to protest, stuff like that. my only rite critique, i can't up with them all. she's scaling the statue of liberty to keep up with it. moore is asking for a revolution, which those words in itself, he's not going to do that, the people who listen to him and believe him put their bodies on the line. >> and get arrested. >> and get arrested. will he bail them out? >> i get the outrage. where is outrage when people
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like duke have rallies? >> i'm with you. a lot of outrage there, richard. >> the outrage happens on both sides, extremism we need to acknowledge, there are still 2000 kids at the border without parents, trade war starts at midnight. >> and 21 trillion deficit ran up by donald trump. you were the deficit party, deficit hawks. >> you are confusing debt and deficit. >> 1.2 trillion spending bill and tax bill. >> i actually have -- >> bringing up the family separation policy. i do think that was a bipartisan concern, the president backed down and changed the policy. there is a problem are reunification, instead of talking about that, because of stunts and calling for abolishment of ice, democrats once again given upper hand back to the republicans. >> i will give you that point, dana. that being said, doesn't take away from the humanitarian crisis. the government has done so bad,
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parents can't fiebd r find their kids, they have to do d.n.a. tests. >> children smuggling, i can't find tony anywhere. well, sir, he's not really your son. >> the government promised according to h.h.s. secretary nielsen, the kids are attached to numbers. clearly that was a lie. we are using d.n.a. tests to find them because we have done a horrible job under president trump. >> we can address the children at border separation, we have addressed that. >> humanitarian crisis. >> the point, when you scale the statue of liberty, just as bad as freedom of rights rally in charlottesville. >> that wastes valuable resources by the nypd, i think it is misdirection and misuse of freedom of speech. >> would you argue -- >> on democratic party, anybody that looks at that, they don't think children separated at the border, they think there is a crazy woman ruining the day for the rest of the people that actually are working to protect
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their safety. >> so how -- apply to charlottesville, shouldn't police officers respond to real crime instead of following around david duke? >> this is different. >> it is worse what happens in charlottesville. apples and oranges. >> two separate situations. >> they really are not. >> we'll go to break. the democratic party officially endorses socialism, the video up next. ♪
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both texting me about their excitement over alexandria, she represents future of our party. >> dems are undecided about a leader for 2020. let me say, it is too early for dems, we are supposed to be undecided. donald trump was not the leader at this point in time of his career. kim. >> no need to hit the panic button for the democrats? >> not at all. >> there should be cause for concern, they don't have a candidate emerge or a platform that seems united. there seems to be such a push toward liberal like extremism to the point you have theatrics like climbing the statue of liberty, you have calls for violence, you really don't have a platform agenda. what is it? don't make the economy great? undo that? >> kimberly, come on. our agenda is clear, affordable healthcare, high quality public education, we wants ends to meet
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for working family. clear agenda. we think prescription drug costs are too high and republicans are doing nothing about it. >> i think if you guys had it making healthcare affordable and it bombed. >> you guys had two years to fix it and had done nothing. what have you all done? >> richard, if future of democratic party socialism, democratic party has no future. this woman is bright woman, attractive, young and energetic, shouldn't be the future of the party. she's extreme left, she represents a very small radical base in the bronx and now she's being tapped as mini-celebrity within the party and her endorsements actually matter. i'm shocked. i would love to see her face bret baier, face tough interview, she has to explain "watters world," explain her positions. >> yeah. >> and say how she's going to pay for it. i don't know if she has that inside of her yet. it's a little too young to
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think -- >> i think interview by -- tough journalist and answered those questions, number one. >> poppy who? >> number two and more importantly. >> i don't know who that is. >> you should pay more attention. number two, i think the republicans are running their fair share of far right, corey stewart, nominee for senate, pals around with racists. >> he doesn't -- >> you are okay with endorsing a racist? >> i don't know who he is. >> i am not in virginia. >> he uses the words yankees and southerners. either way, like i said, democrats run 435 different races and what mrs. cortez is running is very different, what we are running in alabama and missouri, run different races across the country like you guys are doing. >> wish you best of luck, richard. >> we're going to win. >> it is too early, if i was part of the democratic party and
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had dark horse candidate that would do things, i would keep them under wraps. do you want to stick your head out of the rabbit hole and deal with donald trump going after you? >> no. >> if you have somebody, keep it on the down low. my advice, not here to argue. >> dems divided, look at that. beautiful graphic, isn't it? big and beautiful. >> it is a divider. >> party 2020. >> you are right. they are divided, extreechlism, socialism. >> so are the republicans, you guys are running a race out of virginia, he's a racist out of virginia. >> richard, if he gets too problematic for the democratic party, they will knee cap her bernie sanders style. they will go against her, they can't afford to have a lightning rod that will divide the party and go against wall street. >> i find it hard to believe. i think she's going to win and be next congresswoman. >> i do, too, but not the nominee. >> dana?
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>> one big point, corey stewart, not the same. head of d.n.c. said she is the future of the party. mcdaniel has not said corey stewart is the future of the republican party. >> isn't the president the head of the party? >> i don't think he's tweeted -- >> congrats and look forward to you winning. >> i am not for him. >> oh, damn, never mind. >> you also see there is an age problem for democrats that leadership, pelosi, hoyer, collective age 234 years. you see the restlessness, tom perez talks about his daughter and the bernie, everybody so young. there is a divide and i think the grass-roots are angry, frustrated, reminds me of the tea party movement, the establishment democrats are having to figure out how they can bring in this new, young talent, but still win elections and that might not be all that easy. >> i think we're doing it, though. we are running veterans, new
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♪ >> you may remember this classic scene from the movie "office space." >> nina speaking. just a moment. nina speaking.
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just a moment. corporate accounts payable, nina speaking. just a moment. >> as you can see, distractions in the work place, e-mails and phone calls, bombarded with everyday can put a strain on productivity and your brain. research estimates reduce by 10 points, equivalent of losing a night's sleep. how can we get employees in the best mental state? how about a nice nap. encouraging sleeping on the job w. napping pods and rooms to make more productive work place. >> you are not buying this? >> i don't believe this for one second, too much watching world star and argue withing your girl in texas and too many what's up apps and people working on their own careers. their writers and acting gigs and things i do for the greg gutfeld show. >> that was a great read, though. >> i liked it. you really conveyed your thought process. >> i captured the art of embracing taking a nap at work,
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which most of us in our first jobs did nap at work and that is why we didn't keep our jobs. i have issues with this. if you have a security job, you got to stay awake, right? you are watching a nuclear plant, can you nap? >> no. unless you are homer simpson, cufall asleep on the job. i don't want us to spend money on napping pods, that sounds bad. you can't do that in the news of business. stay ahead of the curve. i do want like a hot food station here at fox. right now we have salad stations and the sandwich and put on a hot press, what about a burger or a hot dog or something on the grill? if we could incorporate that instead of the napping pod. >> you are going to add -- to the argument, you eat a lot of heavy meat, guto sleep. that is wrong. >> i don't fall asleep, i perform better. >> i've never heard of that. you are a multi tasker, would you struggle? >> i actually believe it is impossible to multi task. if you are trying to do several
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things at once and you think you are handling it, the truth is, you are not. the better way to do work is to focus on that one thing and then maybe get up and make the phone calls or look at twitter, whatever, then come back and focus. multi tasking is not real. it is not -- it doesn't really happen. >> i know you can multi task. >> i can, but i agree with dana, most productive, i'm prepping for "the five," i call it work block. i don't answer my phone, just prep for the show. >> you prep for the show? >> you know, wow, what is that like? >> we know you don't prep for the show. >> i am prepared. >> wow. >> somebody is spicy. order in the court. >> throwing a lot of -- >> what is happening here. >> i'm kidding. >> i don't know, we need a lot of help with this. jesse is throwing shade. richard, you seem very -- >> like because we didn't grow up with phones, they are new to us. when you are raising a youngster, like your son, how do you make sure that he can do his
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homework without worrying about social -- not that he's on social media. >> right, right; right. he has a schedule. i think it is very good, much like children. people respond well to a schedule. he knows when he comes home, his time, time for a snack, eat something before he does homework. after he does his homework, i've checked it, he can go ahead and do something like recreational, play a game or go outside, etcetera. just depends. dinner at a certain time, takes a shower. >> how much hot dogs? >> multi-tasking. >> then he takes shower, has after-dinner healthy snack like sliced apples or something. >> i need to get my life in order. >> might work for you, keep you on task. >> we talked about getting a good night's sleep. do you get eight hours in? that will help you being
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productive at work. stop staying up late binge watching netflix, or the greg gutfeld show. staying up late does affect you in the work place. get your eight hours in. >> true. on the day off yesterday, 4th of july, i overheard a younger girl -- >> you were eavesdropping? >> she was loud. she said something like 10 a.m., are you just getting up? i need 10 hours of sleep, i heard it on a podcast. >> oh, yeah. >> that is a lot. >> 10 hours is great if you are six. if you are an adult, get your behind up and get to work. >> if you get a good night's rest and you are on schedule, children that suffer from attention deficit disorder or learning differences, it helps to have a schedule and structure. >> no one in here is in favor of nap? >> i'm in favor of power nap. >> not at work. >> one time, be in the group. >> no, i will not. >> what is the difference between power nap, though, and a regular nap?
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>> power nap is 20 to 30 minutes. >> shorter in duration. >> 30 minutes? >> regular nap is -- >> wait, who -- really? >> there is a nap commission. >> i thought it was like science. >> the science of like a 30-minute nap. >> great nappers -- >> what does that fall under? >> margaret thatcher, was excellent power napper, two or three minutes and back and ready to go. >> fox news alert, president trump just landed in montana, ahead of make america great again rally coming up at the top of the hour. stay tuned to fox news. wstay tu. . . . . news. g istay tuned to fox news. t stay tuned to fox news. tostay tuned to fox news. ystay tuned to fox news. oustay tuned to fox news. stay tuned to fox news. wstay tuned to fox news. hestay tuned to fox news. n itstay tuned to fox news. it stay tuned to fox news. hastay t. . . . . >> big rally tonight, 6:00, probably another stem liner, should will have liberals ap
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toplectic. fox news will take it live in full and not take it and get -- >> let's talk about the race. >> see more of the president. >> talk about the facts. >> you will see more of the president coming up in the mid-term on the road, connecting with the audience in the states where they need to flip the democratic seats. >> the seat is actually going to be -- >> put pressure on the -- this seat will be hard. >> i have news. apparently the president did a gaggle with reporters on the plane, a couple days ago he talked fo scott pruitt, now resigned e.p.a. administrator. the president was expecting it, it is effective tomorrow, the 6th of july. >> some of the scandals are silly, like one scandal he made his staff get him snacks. anybody worked for any boss, the boss sometimes makes you get snacks. on the other hand, okay, richard, just relax. another scandal, he spent
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$30,000 of taxpayer money on soundproofing his office, not a good look. >> how about $5000 on pens and journals. >> that's a lot of money. >> or sending his staff to buy a used mattress. >> i will not defend scott pruitt's spending. i will say his transgressions -- >> pretty good, the trump administration policies will remain the same. >> i thought trump ran on draining the swamp and this guy is epitome of the swamp. >> he's not there anymore. >> you can take a horse to water, can't make him fish. >> joey chestnut consumes hot dogs at the hot dog eating contest. that is next. to be their best, kids need good nutrition. and practice... lots of practice. get them started right with carnation breakfast essentials. it has protein plus vitamins and minerals to help kids be their best.
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>> this is a fox news alert. president trump arrive nothing montana for a campaign rally. he's commenting on resignation of e.p.a. administrator scott pruitt saying the white house has been talking about it for a while and been in the works for a couple days. we're keeping an eye on that. right now, it's time for kim's food court. >> yes. >> all right. well, he is the hot dog eating king once again. you know him,
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right? joey chestnut chowing down a record 74 hot dogs in 10 minutes at the nathan's hot dog eating contest at new york's coney island boardwalk. it was the 11th time he won the coveted mustard belt. god, i wish i had that. in the women's competition, miki sudo ate 37 hot dogs in 10 minutes, that is pretty impressive. >> 3 minutes would have been amazing. >> impressive. takes mental discipline to eat that quickly. the >> look at the graphic. >> this is a gorgeous graphic, i wish you would feast your eyes on this. amazing. >> that is amazing. >> as a competitive eater, that i am, preparation that goes in mentally, the night before, be careful about your diet and what you have before competition. we were talking about what would he be competitive with,
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obviously i feel very well versed to do chicken wings because i am the reigning champion around these parts. >> she is, don't bet against her or ask her to be on your team. i've never seen anything like it, she's a competitor of the highest degree. you want her on your team. >> i'm not playing. i'm not eating that many hot dogs for anybody. >> what did you choose if you were to have something? >> i chose pie. everyone loves pie. real quick, i did win a food eating contest in laredo, texas it, i beat john cena in a steak eating contest. smashed him. >> how long did it take? >> it was about 30 minutes, a lot of side bets, i was people's champion that night. >> no. oh, you have the pie. dana, i -- >> i thought this was pretty funny, if i were to choose what i could eat to win, i chose america&m's. >> you could eat like three?
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>> a whole bunch of m&m's. going by the number, i could win if i did something like that. >> you would have to use two hands to eat one america&m. >> the m&m's are little. >> give to jesse for his office. >> eat all of those. jess, what did you pick? >> mcnuggets. >> you love those. >> i was going to say shell fish. i got scolded. chicken nuggets and barbecue sauce and take on all challengers, i'm the newcomer to the table, that belt is not secure. that mustard belt, i might be wearing that at the end of the show. >> are you talking about to compete with me? that would be foolish idea. >> would we have the same food or compete nuggets versus wing? how does it go down? >> either way, you would lose. >> are we doing this? richard chose shrimp cocktail. >> i did. i chose shrimp. >> salad, how do you eat that?
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>> you totally botched this. >> i will beat y'all, don't underestimate me, america. >> in the minute or so we have, do we have -- >> i am just going to start. >> go. >> one -- >> his are soft, mine have the hard part. >> who do you think is going to win? >> i don't care, i will eat pie. >> eat pie. what did you say mina? >> one minute. okay, go. >> dana, you are not doing any of it. >> i am emceeing this event. richard might win, he is throwing down. >> jesse is disappointing me. pie. >> yeah. >> look, i'm going to win. >> low calories. >> it is not even close. >> bad idea. >> that is a big bite of that pie. >> taking my time, it is pie. >> she's going to win. >> not even close. >> i'm in the lead, i have two left. >> i underestimated kimberly. >> you got to eat the salad, too. that is not part of the rule.
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it is just approaching. >> i don't feel so good. >> winner, winner, chicken dinner. >> one more. [laughter] >> eat it. eat it. ♪ ♪
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>> this she spike. a service puppy for independents. these are dogs that are much-needed. the producer, this is the puppy she's raising. make sure he hits all of his bench makes, the training. after that he goes to more specific training where he will learn how to open doors, turn on and off lights and learn how to take care solve someone. jen has had him since he was eight weeks old. you can learn more about and apply for a dog and figure out how to help this organization. a lot of people need dogs. we love spike. this is his first time on "the five." jesse, you're next. >> just tonight eat my nuggets.
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next, we have a bouquet gone wrong. you know how the bride throws the bouquet and the bridesmaids go nuts, this is the thomas and deanna's wedding. this is wild. >> ouch! >> did she hit her high and someone goes low? >> down goes fraser. competitive with the bridzillas out there. >> kimberly? >> hi. this is very cute. one more thing. this video shows a houston police officer dancing with a girl who is in a wheelchair at a party. this is a party. the officer, sandy fernandez was working security. he spotted her watching everybody else dance. he asked her to dance and spent
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three songs twirling her around. there were no words to describe the incredibly beautiful moment. this was on the houston police department facebook page. he said this is what relational policing is about. 54,000 views. >> i love that. millions more thanks to you. >> my one more thing is great vacation news. the news is great. i've been told about a viral treat thread. for those of you are not vacation, a texas couple asked to switch seats with a woman on a flight so they can sit together. apparently love was in the air. they hit it off and started tweeting about their stuff. greg is convinced this story isn't on the up and up and finds it suspicious. meanwhile, i was frantically telling him, bro, you're on
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vacation. be on vacation. the world can wait. greg is a visionary warrior. >> he can't stop. likes to sniff out -- i thought the couple was sweet. the great romance. i met my husband on an airplane. >> i have suspicions. they were fitness models looking for work. >> okay. >> what if it is real and one of those people were doing something they weren't supposed to be doing their butt and you're putting it out there. >> you're skeptics. >> we believe. >> we believe in it. >> spike, you believe in love? richard. >> one of my new favorite shows on our sister channel, fx, it's called pose. it's set in the 80s. making tv history, pose features
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the largest feature of trans-gendered actors in a series regular roles and the largest recurring lgbtq actors ever in a scripted series. trust me, you will love this show. you will laugh, you will cry, you will fall in love with it. check it out. big shout out to 21st century fox and fx for taking a risk on this. you can see this on fx. it's epic. >> we have a few second left. what do you think about your new best friend? >> i'll replace greg with him in a minute. >> oh! >> if you're watching, stop watching. stay on vacation. >> what about his selfie? >> it's funny. >> i stay off of his social media. i'm more obsessed with yours and your cool photos. >> anybody want to comment on this fabulous -- >> i'm happy he's slobbering all over tyrus and not me. >> and you missed jesse choking on his chicken nuggets.
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>> jesse was eating the nuggets and they were cold. >> so were mine. >> what are the excuses here? >> that's it for us. stay tuned for president trump's rally. "special report" is next. first, it's bret baier. >> thanks. this is a fox news alert. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. scott pruitt is out as epa administrator. just a day after celebrating the fourth of july at the white house. following a lengthy list of ethics questions and investigations in office. president trump said that he accepted his resignation. any minute now, we expect to hear from president trump in great falls, montana where he's hosting a rally for matt rosendale. one can expect, he might have something to say about today's resignation. he did on air force one. while we wait to hear from the president in montana, we turn to


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