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>> you are impossible. [applause] greg: thank you so much for watching. we will see you not >> welcome to "watters world" i'm jesse watters. we should be used to it by now the democrats pollsters media they've been wrong about trump every day for the last three years. remember in 2016 they said billionaire from new york didn't stand a chance had at just getting nomination. >> got he's not going to be the nominee he has -- he's not. as much as we would like it he's not going to be the nominee because he's just made himself unelectable in a general election. he's not going to be the nominee although one debated at a time he took down each of the republican rivals until last man on stage. then came the general, and they said crooked hillary was going to smoke him. >> i also don't think you
can win the the presidency frankly by alienate or bing to alienate key constituency. that's the guy who knows he's going to lose that's a guy who knows you starting talking that way and again, i don't know that he's ever wanted to win. but again, he proved them wrong. he outran or outdebated her and outsmarted her and bust through the the blue wall so once elected media predicted anarchy economy crash, remember? >> there always seem to be that lingering risk in people's minds that the u.s. is at the end of mature end of the current cycle that a recession could strike at some point either in 2018 or in 2019. and then they said we would be at war with north koreans. but their current language of the administration lack of a diplomatic strategy in my view has us sliding toward war by
next summer. but the stock market has hit all time highs job numbers up unemployment down. and moshing not really engage in major shooting war. at every turn is critics tried to take trump down, remember the mueller investigation? evidence is mounting for the president melding in russia probe. this cloud about collusion with russia will hang over hull no matter where he stapgdz. eager to collude with russia, the president of the united states and those around him during an election campaign colluded with a hostile foreign power. does look like collusion. no collusion -- they were all wrong. and no obstruction. and now they're at it again with impeachment. this testimony is damaging. very explosive so explosive completely devastating i think gordon saw this testimony today change everything. no it didn't. and these are same people that predict we're all going to die in 12 years.
>> the world is going to end in 12 years if we don't address climate change like this is our world war ii no wonder nobody take them seriously. nothing, nothing the left has said has come true. why would we believe them now? here with reaction -- fox and friends co-host brian kilmeade author of the new book sam houston and alamo avenger syndicated columnist and murdoch over last three years brian none of this has panned out that's why polls don't move on impeach system the people just don't trust what they're hearing anymore. >> and thing is jesse they don't follow like we plol it. we plol it every day you know you do in the fife and show all over it you take one hour off we're on to it and if you have a chance to travel the the country with the book tour in particular, i go to oklahoma go to nebraska, go to texas -- they're not following it. and so they don't get upset they're not changing their mind,
in fact, when they view it, it has made the trump supporters more determined it made the trump supporters more determined because they see unfairness to it. do you think that that's true with the rest of the country in trump land trump being besieged 24/7 by all of this stuff? do you think that what hardens their allegiance towards president? >> i think it does i think left survey i saw 95% of republicans are supporting trump and behind him after the impeachment thing they see him being victimized over nothing over a call that might be a little bit unusual butting nothing illegal or impeachable in view of increasing number of people we've seen since the impeachment hearing started support for impeachment has fallen opposition has collapsed and 13 to 15 points it is amazing. in the face. cnn has been pushing this impeachment thing very hard, and once it didn't move the needle, you know who they blamed? they blamed trump sporters listen to this cult language.
[laughter] >> your cult has been popping up more and more think back to two weeks ago on this program anthony scaramucci talk about trump supporter are in a cult to last week and rather said he thinks support for trump seems increasingly cultish and this weekend in washington post trump krit egg and host strategist john qeefer said that had gop is on a party anymore in the traditional sense it is a cult. so cnn says you have to impeach the president the public says not really. and they said you know what you're a cult. >> what happened is it doesn't astound me when you have don trump jr. come out for his dad and when mark meadows come out for his dad and it is a not a cult when you have guy like ron johnson made money in plastics from wisconsin -- and yet he's going to back with a ukraine thing when you have senator from south dakota you know never really knew him but now i have a chance to know him because unfairly it makes people double down and i think what
happens is people throw up their handle and they either say i was wrong. or something unbelievable is taking place. they're mystified. cnn can't believe that they weren't able to convince any republican in the house or the senate that trump should be impeached. so they just smear them instead. they smear republican and 63 million voted for trurp that's a big cult half of the election and and i watch hear physician carefully many people did, and we were waiting for crime showing me evidence of crime if i saw evidence of a crime i'm like this is a problem but you heard conjecture and speculation your presumption ultimately you have master sun land stroangs witness to put up ultimately say under cross-examination i never heard president link aid and investigation i presume that i didn't hear it but where's evidence of any wrong doing and criminality in absence saying i don't see a reason why that is
impeached and that is up to cult. funny when democrats support barack obama that is party discipline and republican support donald trump, it is a cult. and i remember, i mean, the democrat peat really circled wagon around barack obama to the point where barack obama could say and he honestly believed this that i did not have any scandals in eight year. but if you think about it barack obama was great the president was great at getting himself elected but what happened around him? little by little he lost his 60 vote in the senate they lost the senate. they lost the house -- then he went to reelection by smearing mitt romney not but run on record great personal presence and charisma nobody doubts that but never talked about that and loses both chamber and he loses white house and people said well he left a hero not really but carnage. >> he did not leave the democratic party in very good standing i think it was the weakest position they've been since like the 1920s. >> i think they lost something like thousands or 1100 seats in
state house seats local seats et cetera so the democrat party is is much weaker when went out front door one thing with the media doing themselves a lot of good and maybe built up their credibility a little bit. if they weren't 100% negative according to harvard 96% negative. for example, down 28,000 about, quoit a milestone. zero coverage on abc, cbs -- news and market say look people are benefiting some people are not investor that's a fair story. they just egg mother thing os so all negative, all negative the boy and girls crime lo five nights week. seven night. ed good and hype thed bad brienl has a new book. alamo avengers. what i want to do is bring texas into the mainstream we grew up in so we thought that was their story and it is our story and 60 years are after revolution if i tell you unfathomable victory and group of guys got together to fight for freedom and liberty
and i told you that they were all americans -- and they won back texas eaivel nine e year later they become part of america. with that which we have had south or west and valor put in a book worth making the set of "watters world." >> yes i think this is the peak of your career now right? >> i wouldn't doubt it i'm hoping to maybe get on judge pirro but if that opportunity happen this will be the peach. >> coming up next. you can go stick around and hope they call me name. stick around a christmas gift. >> i would if you're asking 4% off for jesse what a capitalist if you like american story. thank you. next best selling author james pathering son is here he was jeffrey epstein neighbor in palm beach with three private wry to look all over this guy and share what he found with us and later, nothing says holiday tradition like a "watters world" thanksgiving quiz. >> when pilgrims got here where
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many people including some top forensic guys don't even believe it, though. people think he had a lot of enemies. best selling author james patterson knows all a about jeffrey epstein he was actually one of his neighbors in palm beach in a route a very detailed book about epstein scandal called filthy rich where he had three private eyes dig into the case. patterson also has a new book out called criss-cross the latest in the alex cross series and he join me now is james looking back -- let's start from the beginning how did jeffrey epstein make all of his money? >> i -- he did a lot of investment rs for people and he all -- indicated that he could save a lot on taxes and he went in and he said look i can save you all of this money otherwise you're going to have to pay the government but i want a big piece of it that seem to be the biggest part it have. now we get into the issue of whether he was involved in
trafficking of girls around the world. that's i think the latesting ga and latest thing that we'll see how that play out. pfnlgt much to itself. how he gets himself with powerful people he goes to these -- he think he goes to like a billionaire and he says listen i can save you a boat load money on taxes you give me a flat fee that's how he gets that flat fee. give me some of the action. all right. so we think. so we think. so he, obviously, has a lot of money he's in earnd palm beach. and he has this strategy for i guess recruiting young girls have manipulative strategy he got one girl to recruit another girl and they get paid cash how did that all come to know? >> amazing thing is that, i mean, they're lirlly were hundreds of underage girls that were certainly over 100. that were recruited he got some kids who would go in to recruit
kids from their high school or jr. high school, and these kids range from 14, 15, 16 he apparently did not want older girl at all which had is interesting. he the way that girl were instructed is when they came to see him they have to say that he was over 18 like that's going to matter had. right. and now we have girl that are grown up and miami harold we're actually in the book we have the police interviews with these when they were kids when they were 14, 15, 16 years old police interviewses which are pretty devastating so police the local guys -- had had a lot of this lock down. they had interviews. they had testimonies they had hard physical evidence that they obtained from his creepy little lair there in palm beach you have pictures -- all of this crazy stuff up. but chief police there rider detecter for carry, and they really did, they were only ones to me through most of the thing who really cared about girls.
they said this was wrong this was a terrible thing. they're both dads and hung with that. >> they got stifled when they go to the states attorney. and the states attorney does not want to -- seriously as local? >> no i think locals had problems i think locals. throwing money around. >> well i think it was a combination of things first of all well he brought in this dream team with alan and black and few others. and i think the localist got frightened they could lose the case i think what they said was one epstein has already taken care of some of the the girl so they're not going to talk secondly you cannot some of them were in house and ones you can prove we feel are going to them on witness stand. and yet -- you could lose. could charge them okay and they didn't want to risk that and they have them on one count correct? >> well that was all that local -- local attorney when he brought it to which is only time a case like had this was ever brought
to a grand jury like this. the local -- and they brought him up on one charge and prosecution essential. sweet heart deal people have no idea how sweet this deal was he was allowed to come and go almost as he pleased from the willful cell. they excuse coconspirators. and we'll never know who they are or is that going to come out? >> we know that maxwell was involved in some way shape or passion and now people are chasing her down. well she was a daughter of a wealthy publisher. maxwell yeah. what was her role maxwell? >> well,st it's unclear except that she and jeffrey clearly very good friends. they spend amazing amount of time together according to girl now that women was very involved in term of recruiting girlses tbd we'll see how that, but a lot of girls say that she was involved. some of them claim that she was involved in some of the sessions
and that she was around she was close to jeffrey. and do what she's had disappeared is she ever going to be interviewed again? i mean you get story now fbi wants to talk to e her. and then you've got prince andrew with that incredible i know. he was the one who clearly when we put book together and have investigators looking he was had at a lot of parties. he was involved close with epstein. and we also know he was close with bill clinton with donald trump. that he seem to be very -- into those angles as well. >> i'm not keen on that in this sense let's take president trump, i talked to the head of the spa from wol with that ran the spa at mar-a-lago i talked to a couple of times i said did you know jeffrey epstein she said yeah. mr. epstein came to the spa and he was inappropriate in her
opinion with young girls. and she went to -- the that point donald trump and when he heard about that he banned him from the club. banned epstein from club. we never got anything really negative about he or clint. in terms of none of your investigators found anything right there. >> we talk to pilot of his plane of his plane he had a couple of planes in the helicopter epstein did. and we talked to pilots and, you know, said no. so you have talked to pilots. >> yeah. >> because pilots went to his -- went to his private island many, many timeses with many, many people we know many girls were there, and, i mean, there's pictures now of girls on the island. >> yep. >> none of the pilots that you've interviewed ever named any high profile people that had gone on the plane with them to the island? >> no. >> i've not the pilot question
talked to, no. >> and bill clinton, obviously, amy said we have goods and clinton angle, so to speak, when she spoke to victim that a berk c spiked and now it look like abc is really hushed up about this. are you alarmed by that part of the story? >> once again, obviously, i didn't want to. but we never got anything that implicated president trump or president clinton. >> okay. now as it stands today, it looks like fbi wants to talk to prince andrew. do you believe prince andrew if he does come in for an fbi interview will shed is light on coconspirator situation? >> build surprised if prince andrew comes for -- [laughter] that was last a didn't go so well -- you never know. you never know what's going on here. i mean, i was shocked when i,
you know, heard about suicide. >> okay. do you believe that it was suicide or do you believe something else happened? >> i believe it was suicide. tell me why because we've had doctor michael highly respected says it is more indicative of homicidal strange islation. one of the things about about this and keep getting conspiracy theories forever, because this has touched so many people. you have the me too angle which is my opinion the worst of the me too stories much worse than cosby or after the -- >> were young women. you have the justice system noting working at all in terms of you know what happened to epstein after the, you know -- so i think conspiracy thins will help but i think he failed them. >> knowing what you know about this issue, do you see certain soft spots that the investigators could go in? do you see unfollowed in your
leads that people need to zero on that might have exposed more? >> for a lot of reason ares i think that you want to hear more from -- more from in term of the money how did he get money and if he was billionaire who owns the company that owns the victoria's secret -- and the limited and clearly, ftion getting a lot of financial advice from epstein and should be able toll tell us a lot about epstein's money. he i don't, obviously, doesn't want to talk. i don't blame him. epstein was using his connections with these modeling people to help recruit from overseas. that's -- that's the next piece of this thing in term of large stories is -- traffic you know of young girl. and which has been a big story for a long time. i don't think anybody is really open that up the way you might be able to open up and that's potentially massive. okay.
and lastly, the villains involved besides epstein we know the guy and evil man. who were the primary villains or people in power that you feel were not responsible in handling the situation? >> i -- i think the local attorneys backed off too early. i don't blame iowa tay honestly when he got pulled in i think interesting thing about acosta is that's when media got on this thing. really got on it. they didn't care about about girl but all of a sudden oh, alex acosta guy who president trump appointed secretary of labor. oh about -- who had cares about girls but we can -- [laughter] which is crazy but that's when the thing really blew up in the media. >> because you finished this book filthy rich should reach a definitive piece only piece. this was out in 2016 and you said there wasn't a lot of people clambering for this book. >> no. we did fine with book but in
term of going out to media i'm going like seriously this story is -- that's why i wrote the book is story is so incredible and we have most of it. i mean, we had innovations of the presidents we have acosta we have interviews police interviews with girls we have most of it there, obviously, we didn't know that epstein would supply the perfect end. like killing himself -- but we have most of the rest. all right now you have the new one criss-cross -- and this is the one of many that you've written about alex cross, and tell us what this is about because this again is about justice and miscarriage of justice, and misconduct. rng yeah. well i think other interesting thing about criss-cross is on the same day we're bringing out alley cross which is his 12-year-old son. i'm so big getting kids reading having a grandparent interact so we have alex cross and in this book one of the things that happens is that alex has to try
to save alley his son who gets into some trouble and alley cross alley who is 11, 12 years old who watched his father and stepmother as police people and one of his friends is miss so he applies some of what he's learned from his father and goes out looking for this missing friend which i love that idea of came out the same time, and a alley has been in a lot of last three or four adult books so i -- just like that idea. good going. [laughter] well always suspenseful and thrilling read james patterson filthy rich and criss-cross here they are thank you very much for comeing and shedding some light on this stuff. still ahead with "watters world" thanksgiving quiz. but first -- black friday chaos americans go into war with each other over deals. what the heck is going on with us? (client's voice) remember that degree you got in taxation?
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protested and yale had a touchdown in double o.t.. but this isn't the only time these global warming protesters have inconvenienced people. remember in october hundred of protesters jammed subway stations in london? disrupted everything, one person even climbed on one of the trains here in new york city they stopped traffic in heart of times square. they tied themselves to a boat and in d.c. several protesters stop to line of cars. just waiting to drive through a traffic light. hear for his reaction we turn to actor dean king now a part of me wanted them to just start the second half and just run these guys over. a huge part of me wanted them to do that exact same thing i played on that field i played princeton and i hate that field because i lost both times i played there but they work their tails off, they want to play ball they want to go, and this is a -- you know slow them down for an hour could be detrimental to
mare and you see tighten up. it could change the whole outcome of the game if you think about it. they should have let them play i guarantee players would have played on that deal would be with cleared really, really quickly. they would have gotten trumped and these people don't look like they play sports anyway. >> that's hard for me they want attention it is about them and their signs but their message wasn't even clear. it is like you know release dead or puerto rico and you know weaker season -- you know, a bad treatment this china and you know, they don't know what they're protesting but happy to protest you know what they did they trash the tailgate look at it these people care so much about planet earth look what they did. you know what they could have done instead of going off in 50 yard line they could have picked up garbage that would have a car ban neutral protest. but no way that could happen every climate protest you see that they trash the area like a earth day. remember pictures from earth day. >> just stuff piled eve where so it ring hallow but i will say
congratulations to you know coivy champses and princeton out of this this year. sorry about princeton. we have footage of the best and worst of these presidential turkey pardoned to ask dean about that because he loves to eat turkey. roll it. >> to the presidency -- the most powerful position in the world brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities. this is not one of them. >> whoops -- >> look, i had a chance to shoot a bunch of you the other day and didn't. [laughter] marsh mellow drumstick. peas and carrots i want to take a moment to recognize the brave turkeys who aren't so lucky who
didn't e get to ride the gravy train to freedom. and met their fate with courage anding sacrifice and proved that they weren't chicken. even though peas and carrots have received a presidential pardon i have warned them that house democrats are likely to issue them both subpoenas i can't guarantee that your pardoned won't be enjoyed by ninety circuit always happens. very good now people want to get rid of this tradition they hate that. they're complaining trump is this big criminal. why with are we pretend we're having fun with these partens, i love them. i think they're hysterical even mommies bill clinton classy because there's a little mess made there one turkey going after george w. bush below the belt on w. taking a shot. taking a shot at it. i think it is hysterical fun and shows lighter part of the, president obama was funny with his had say bred and butter recently pardoned.
i like tater and to the and bread and butter is good, though. getting hungry right now. hungry for that that was awesome i think great fun, and just like the no fun brigade why like the nfl relax. everybody relax. you know what's not a lot of fun -- if you're trying to go to best buy or something like that on black friday, you can get your head taken off i mean some of these people on black friday they go in there and they're trying to kill some people. [laughter] they want that flat screen and they want it bad. i mean, what had does this say about the culture that they will literally kill someone to get 50% off? >> that it is a very, very frightening reality. but for me i love black friday, and these videos like i can sit and watch these for hours. from the comfort of your own home. but i will never be out of black friday but it is insane to me it goes to lower the base human emotion of like survival you think but they're going for a
flat screen tv but mess -- i want to bring you to black friday my lead backer get out in front and i'll create space walk out with tv. thanks very much. up next, the busiest travel week of the year. airplanes become armageddon flight attendant is here to tell us most disgusting and shocking things she's ever seen. see more.
>> a record 32 million people are expected to fly this holiday week. and some of those travelers are straight up animals. i'm not talking about emotional support animals, in fact, passengers are actually the big pest threat to the flight crew. passengers. and a few months ago former flight crew manager for virgin airlines alley murphy shared with me some of her secrets from
the sky. all right alley what is -- some of the most inappropriate things that passengers have subjected you to on a flight? >> wow. inappropriate thing. i think the usual sort offing on behind to get any attention that's kind of inappropriate and i wouldn't tap anybody on the behind for any other reason. but apparently on a plane you can do that buts thing like that passengers speak sneak into the bathroom getting into mile high club, and yeah, actually i remember -- >> let me ask you, though, if you catch someone trying to join the mile high club do you stop them or how do you deal with that? >> depends if i like them. [laughter] i mean, if they've been nice people and you know, it is kind of just like discreet you can have fun. but -- [laughter] okay. >> you work for virgin airlines
that's true, okay -- >> true i guess there's different rules. sometimes you have severely intoxicated people you know they're popping pill they're drinking wine. what are had some of the worst things you've seen on that level? >> i think that worst time for me was a guy who had taken sleeping tablets and then he brought he had snuck on to alcohol he drunken entire bolt of wine hymn little did we know but two together they can kind of create a reaction where you don't know what you're doing and don't sleep and no idea what you're doing but this guy he had went around and stole all of the passenger shoes and was trying them on. and then he sat next to his wife didn't recognize her. and then he just suddenly thought i want to get off here and tried to open the door. the aircraft door which, of course, that meant that we have to then jump on him and restrain him. >> oh, my god so you jumped on the guy for trying to open the door mid-flight did you what have to put hand cuff on him?
>> well we were to and you can't open the door mid-flight that's a big no no, and so we pinned him down, and then he passed out and he became a medical situation. >> what happened when someone gets physically aggressive because we've seen ton of videos people throw punches people kicking people refusing to leave what's the protocol there? >> the protocol is to try to calm the situation down which we always will try to do. we have training every year to go through situations where he's trying to fuse situation. >> everyone tried to throw a punch at you or colleagues? >> not me specially but a couple of my friend have received punch one from a celebrity actually so that was fun. but -- >> machine, no it wasn't a female celebrity. [laughter] no. >> you're not going to tell me who it was are you? >> i'm not, no this has therapy.
tell me after the commercial break. sounds like survival of the fittest up there. i congratulate you for dealing with people so politely i bet your temper must have been here at some did you ever lose your temper real quick? >> once when a passenger swore at me and said it was my fault that plane was delayed because i was cpr on a guy. >> very nice man thanks for not snapping at everybody and thanks for your liberal mile high club policy i think many people would enjoy that. [laughter] all right alley thank you very much. >> thank you. >> up next one our favoriting traditions the "watters world" thanksgiving quiz. >> around what year was the first thanksgiving? >> 1942 klum sailed ocean blue.
1860. 1860 very close. 1487 what year around was first thanksgiving? >> 1600 -- >> 1500. no that was the high-five. [laughter] who ate together on the first thanks giving? >> that is one of those show that make me look dumb. white people who were these white people what were they called? >> the pill -- pilgrim came to america. americans fed them. welcome them. to our country. pilgrim dine with americans? >> american people -- >> yes. >> what country did the pilgrims come from? >> oh god now -- a long too many since i've been in grammar school.
europe is not a country. sweden. >> italy. spain. somewhere around there. >> israel? >> no. not israel. pilgrims were not jewish what country did pilgrims come from? >> asia. south america. [laughter] look like idiots right now. >> how do pilgrims get here? >> boats. the name of the boat -- >> what was the name of the boat? >> plymouth-- santa maria. i have no idea. the may flower. excellent just over yonder. why did pilgrims come from england? >> oh no it was to tour the west. spread their empire. new land, gold -- >> they were from the united kingdom escaping religious prosecution. what do you think was on menu at
first thanksgiving? >> perhaps some sort of local vegetable and maybe meat. turkey? i don't know. buffalo. chicken -- i have no idea. >> maybe while turkey pheasant. >> like to drink probably would have made whole dinner a lot the better, though. >> lobster, turkey hush puppies boil and fried. >> how did they fry it? when pilgrim got here where did they land? >> virginia. >> new york? >> i have no idea. >> plimoth rock. >> in massachusetts. i am smart. who the hell are you? >> i'm waters and this is my world. up next, last call.
[♪] jesse: "last call." this time of year it's important to reflect on what we are most grateful for. our health and our families. but for my next guest each and every day is a blessing. he has a chronic kidney disease with no known cause or cure. he was diagnosed at 2 1/2 years old. he takes up to 15 pills a day and he's probably going to need a kidney transplant. what's life like under these conditions? how does a regular day for you go? >> thank you for having me. it's very hard. i have to take 15 pills a day.
i have to eat low sodium and miss out on a lot of activities with friends because i'm tired and fatigued and can't be hang out with friend. jesse: what kind of activity aren't you able to do? >> sports. when i was younger i would play baseball but some days i would miss track practice because i was so tired. jesse: i met your dad at an event earlier and you are so lucky to have a dad like that. he told me about your situation and i wanted to talk to you about it. what's against your greatest moment since you have been thrust into this issue. >> the great jest moment is just seeing my son be a hero. he's been a hero to everybody. he has been a hero to the children and the adults around the world with his chronic kidney disease. he just made a speech at our
dinner on nor 14 where we raised $14.2 million. and we had 700 people. to watch him speak in front of 700 people as a 16-year-old. it's an unbelievable thing to watch something good come out of something that's so bad. jesse: were you nervous up in there front of all these people. >> i was so nervous. but city mad people i loved out in front of me. jesse: were you more nervous then or now on. "watters' world." >> now. >> it's web nephcure.org. jesse: thank you guys have much. i appreciate it. that's all for tonight. follow me on facebook, instagram and twitter. "justice with judge jeanine" is
next. and remember i'm watters and this is my world. judge jeanine: welcome to "justice" i'm judge jeanine pirro. thanks for being with us tonight. i hope you had a nice thanksgiving, and thanks for making last week's "justice" number one again all weekend long. we have an all-star lineup for you this thanksgiving weekend. devin nunes, sara and dears, dan bongino, charlie kirk, and greg gutfeld, and i will introduce you to an american hero at the end of the show. you can always count on the democrats to keep their word. they mean what