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♪ ♪ >> kayleigh: this is "outnumbered." i am kayleigh mcenany here is my cohost, emily compagno. also joining us, carley shimkus, rachel campos-duffy, and ben ferguson. a very dangerous campaign of intimidation and harassment may now be about to unfold in the fight over rel v wade. as the radical left looks to target the conservative justices on the supreme court after the leaked draft opinion on abortion. while security fencing was put
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around where they work but not continuing on our southern border, there's that. now we just learned there is an increased police presence outside of the justice's home. here's why. some left-leaning groups are directing protesters to show up at the doorsteps of six "extremist justices." even the streets where they live with their families, and a police are bracing for violence. emily, it's two groups pushing people to go to the homes of supreme court justices. one is called shut down d.c. they want a candlelight vigil. a march to justice kavanaugh and roberts' homes, and urging protesters to go to the homes of the extremist justices. you can't make this up. >> emily: my issue with this is the implication of that and the galvanizing people to show up at the doors. you can protest all you want in those public spaces but we all remember what happened to the federal judge esther salas in 2020 when her son was shot dead
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on their doorstep because of a disgruntled attorney. i'm not saying that all of these peaceful protesters, that it's an automatic line to violence, but that's the worst-case scenario and nobody knows that more than judge salas, and that's why she introduced state legislation to protect judges from having the information doxxed, exactly. there was a federal analog. at the time critics said we have to have publications available because we need to report on bad actors in the judiciary. is that what this is? supreme court justices who ruled in line with the constitution, they are all of a sudden bad actors and therefore held vulnerable to this? is a questions that need to be asked. who is funding these groups? when they say there's a stipend, who is it? we know black lives matter is contributing in part, and other organizations, but why won't they condemn the violence and secure peace by groups like we demand justice, who been down
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that road before? >> kayleigh: and why haven't we heard a condemnation of the white house? here is jen psaki who don't even condemn the leak. watch. >> does the white house especially condemn this leak? >> i don't think we have a particular view on that other than to say that we certainly note the unprecedented nature of it. what we are mindful of, it's up to the department of justice to determine what, if any, actions they will take. >> kayleigh: meanwhile, adam schiff saying, "that sideshow." they want even condemn the leak. >> rachel: of course they won't. they've been fund-raising in record time off of this. don't forget, this is the abortion rights lobby. this is big business. this is what this is about. by the way, this won't be the first time in u.s. history that people have profited off of deciding who is human enough to enjoy the rights we all enjoyed in the constitution. they want to blow up the system. look, abortion is a human rights
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issue of our time. the pro-life movement, as you know, many of the foot soldiers in this movement have been toiling patiently within the system trying to change the culture of life and trying to change the politics behind this issue, and they have a huge win because they put their trust in a guy that i got calls from people going, "how can we trust this guy?" and they are like, you know what? we've tried all the other people, we are going to try donald trump, and boy, did he deliver. here we are, the portions aren't over, it has to go back to the states. but if you look at the pro-life movement they have not been about blowing up the system, they've been about justice. it's a pro love movement and the pro-american movement, unlike, i think, what you're seeing on other side.
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steel and i can't help to think what the porters reporters would be asking. does president trump condemn this violence, this march, this leak? and where i would dodge the answer, they would be a follow-up. >> that's a great situation and nobody handles those situations better than you. the rhetoric is so inflamed right now. after this opinion was leaked, obama said many of americans woke up in fear that their essential freedoms are at risk. i didn't know that. what's clear is that opponents of roe want to punish women and take away their rights. the hysterics are not based in reality. what samuel alito's draft opinion said is that the people should decide how abortion is regulated. that's the most pro-democracy stance ever. then when it comes to abortion itself, you hear the "my body,
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my choice," the overturning roe would hurt poor women, then it spins into it's not just about abortion, it's about gay marriage and contraception. the pro-life stance is really simple. all it is is, yes, but you're killing a baby. and what roe v. wade does is it says you can have an abortion up to 24 weeks. that's six months. you see in a six-month sonogram. you have ten fingers, ten toes, you have fingerprints. >> you have a baby bump! >> carley: the baby already has an identity. cori bush, who i believe is pro-choice, told this really compelling story once about her birth story. it was a traumatic experience, and god bless her for going through it, but she had her son at 23 weeks. it was one of the most pro-life stories i've ever heard in my life. there is a lot of inflamed rhetoric on this, and rachel, i agree with you, the other side is simple. "but you're killing a baby." that's all it is.
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>> rachel: that's well said, carley paid what is not well said is talking about the legitimacy of the supreme court. >> we are all right to talk about the legitimacy of the to be in court. >> what does this mean for the supreme court? >> in a word, illegitimacy. >> americans will rightly conclude that their voices and their votes no longer matter. >> are these people really a bunch of politicians in robes? >> it's insane that supreme court justices can lie in their job interview without any repercussions. >> decisions about what you can do with your body are now being made by four old dudes and a woman who thinks "the handmaid's tale" is a rom-com. >> they should raise every one of those babies. this all started because of this [bleep] electoral college. >> kayleigh: here's what you don't expect. listen to the white house press secretary on whether it's
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the legitimacy of the decision. >> if the supreme court moves to strike down roe, should americans be prepared to accept that decision as legitimate? and would president biden accept that? >> i can't speak for what actions could be possible on the legal front. i would point you to the department of justice on that. >> it sounds like you're saying yes, that he would consider it legitimate. >> there's not even a decision. we don't know the validity -- we know this is a leaked document and not the final opinion, so i can't speak to that hypothetically at this point. >> kayleigh: so they won't accept it, sounds like. >> ben: democrats cut themselves in a big problem this year. remember, it was my body, my choice. and they said it's no longer your body and your choice, because we want to mandate vaccines. then they said they couldn't decide what a woman was. so i can identify as a woman, so you can't say it's a woman's right to choose anymore because now men can be women. so the only thing left for democrats to do at this point
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was to say, okay, we will personally attack the supreme court, endanger their lives, their families' lives, and that's how we win this thing. there's one important thing we are missing. the democratic party, there is no distinction between extremist groups and democratic party. the actual democratic party, there is no difference now between extremist groups and the white house, because the white house knew this was going to come down. i believe this was orchestrated from the supreme court. i think they realized the only way they can win this is through actual violence. they don't condemn black lives matter, they are tearing down and torching cities. they do not believe in life anywhere as long as it means they can get what they want. we need to treat the democratic party and the white house the way they need to be treated. these are extremists who say that we will hold you hostage as a country and, after you at your homes until we get our way. and we will silencing online and try to put you in jail everywhere we can. that is the democratic party
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♪ ♪ >> the midterms are coming up, can't come soon enough, and it seems like president biden has maga on his mind, unleashing on republicans and trump voters, nearly half the country, i'll remind you, and remarks reminiscent of hillary clinton's "basket of deplorables" comment. because that worked out well. >> let me tell you about this ultra maga agenda. it's extreme, as most maga things are. i don't want to hear republicans talk about deficits and their ultra maga agenda. the mega republicans. i don't want to mispronounce it, the maga republicans. this maga card is the most extreme political organization that existed in american history. >> kayleigh: yikes. that's a stark contrast of the pledge of unity the president delivered at his inauguration. >> to restore the soul and secure the future of america require so much more than words. it requires the most elusive of all things in a democracy: you
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unity. with unity we can do great things, important things. speaking of unity, it sounds to some like a foolish fantasy these days. history, faith, and reason show the way. the way of unity. without unity, there is no peace. only bitterness and fury. unity is the path forward. steve and mr. uniter. quite a change then. >> ben: if we pit mega or maga in front of it, it's really good again. i do think it's hysterical that the white house think this is their game plan on how they are going to beat donald trump. he went 55-0 in the primaries. like, 55-0. and they are saying, we like people that donald trump likes. the more you try to dehumanize
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the maga movement and dehumanize and call me a terrorist because i want to protect my children from critical race theory or what disney is trying to do to indoctrinate them, i think the more you mock us the more we are going to show up on election day and the midterms. if this is their campaign strategy, to turn us into a terrorist organization, and extremist group -- and that's what they're obviously trying to do -- i'd say keep going. it's a brilliant move for republicans. so on the badge and say yes, i'm the maga extremist. i care about my family, low taxes, a secure border, you not indoctrinating my children, and i'll see you on election day. steel and ultra maga agenda sounds like something from the incredible hulk. and when people thought the gas tanks -- minus $88 yesterday -- they are thinking about the ultra maga agenda when they are buying chicken breasts that are $20. they are thinking of all of
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that. >> and it's because of that pollutant price. [laughter] i think would happen here as they had a messaging meeting and they said, okay, roe v. wade make it a return, a bunch of trump-backed candidates just won in their primaries. don't look at us, look at them, they're the bad guys. and trying to help the white house out here, that's not going to work, and we saw with the basket of deplorables comment that people put on their deplorables t-shirt and went to the polls and voted for donald trump. and that's why he won, because small government minded people who want low taxes and low crime where sick and tired of being called extremists, and they are walking into same trap again. >> ben: don't forget virginia where they said parents have no right to their children. i don't think you would have seen that election switch if it
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wasn't for them going after specifically mothers and saying, "get out of your kids school and shut up about what we are teaching your kids." >> and they are saying lgbtq kids are going to be segregated for other children. and when asked where is the proof, here's what she said. >> the president said today, what happens if you change the law saying children who are lgbtq can't be in classrooms with other children? what is he talking about? >> i think, peter, we have seen extreme laws that target lgbtq families, and their kids across the country. i think he is saying we don't know what they are capable of give and what they have done to date. >> which state is trying to segregate lgbtq children in the classroom? >> i think we have seen laws that are incredibly discriminatory. that's what the president is referring to. the fact that he doesn't know what additional steps could be taken by extreme wings of the party that would rather divide,
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rather than work on issues the american people actually are focused on and actually impacting them. >> i didn't hear a statement. >> rachel: this is made up. she is doing some cleanup. he talked about the talking points, this is not on the talking points. this was just biden and when of his crazy moments or he's losing it. and now poor jen psaki has to go clean that up. i remember back in 2012 when my husband was running, the democrats had come up with the war on women. you know what? it did work back in those days. i could see republicans running around making sure that they were not having binders full of women, everybody was trying to cover themselves. we have been so desensitized because everyday americans including me -- i'm hispanic, and i've been called a racist and all kinds of stuff -- we are also desensitized that this stuff doesn't work anymore. and they look so pathetic right now. they look so pathetic because what the american people have been very clearly saying is,
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change course! and they refuse, and they keep digging in and digging in and i think it makes them look worse and worse and more detached from everyday americans. you're absolutely right, it's what's happening at the grocery store, at the border, the gas station, in your school. all of these things are things people care about, and they refuse. they want to get into the culture war. >> ben: becoming parents is the worst thing they've ever done. >> rachel: but i agree, this is so made up. this is the most tolerant country in the world and i don't care if it's about sexual orientation or race or whatever. americans know who they are and these tricks are going to work. >> carley: i want to listen to the extreme's playbook and get a reaction on the other side. >> the last thing we need is neanderthal thinking. >> you could put half of trump supporters and what i call the basket of deplorables. the racists, sexists, homophone homophobelists , you name it. >> they want to claim that
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donald trump is the smart one and y'all elitists are dumb! >> with your maps and your spelling! >> with your math and your reading! >> this is an entire attitude the left has for the rest of america, that for some reason we should be ashamed that we work put food on a table, that we put faith and family and freedom for us, that we stand up for the flag, that we work blue-collar jobs, that we value family over a certain degree because of the box it checks. that philosophy and that attitude is why that is their campaign strategy. it's why that attitude has been codified. we talk about the dehumanization of parents, removing that impact and influence of her children into school boards, remember in virginia it was written into law that school boards have the sale of parents of what goes into their curriculum and that's why it was so difficult, and
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security and law enforcement was brought in and instructed how to utilize warrants to remove parents from those meetings and remove parents from the school campus. this is a very real and, in my opinion, ironically the radical approach. when we have our president saying the radical aspect is heaven forbid the supreme court justices restore power and authority back to the hands of the people, the radical segment is right now and they are saying that average americans are the enemy and they are taking away power from the people and putting it into the hands of the government and mainstream media are simply amplifying that narrative that we are below them, we are the enemy, we are worth nothing. >> kayleigh: don lemon, 'tween tray for. that'll work well. if you thought the resurfacing of this tiktok video is bad enough, there is now a new video of nina janco it's raising serious questions about how the biden administration came to choose or to lead its
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♪ ♪ >> emily: new red flags being raised over the place and pick to lead the homeland security department's newly formed disinformation governance board. you will recall the biden administration touted nina jankowicz as eminently qualified. >> i don't question her objectivity. there are people in the department who has a diverse range of views and they are incredibly dedicated to the mission. we are not the opinion police. she has testified before congress a number of times. she is recognized as a tremendous authority and we are very fortunate to have her. >> emily: are we? since then we have heard that
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jankowicz called it hunter's laptops are a trump campaign product, and she posted tiktok videos where she sang about misinformation and praised senator elizabeth warren. now who we are learning that she dismissed concerns about critical race theory in schools. watch. >> critical race theory has become one of those hot button issues that the republicans and other disinformers engaged in disinformation for profit, frankly, making money off of this, too. >> emily: clearly she's totally neutral. but the sheer number of revelations have critics raising the key question, did anyone that jankowicz? yesterday senator kennedy press alejandro mayorkas about what the department did know about h. >> she said that mr. hunter biden's laptop is russian disinformation. she vouched for the veracity of the steele dossier.
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was the department aware of her tiktok videos? >> senator, i -- >> they are really quite precocious. [laughter] >> emily: racial? >> rachel: they are quite precocious. we think her voice is not bad! that said, very early on we started hearing when this disinformation board came out, they started talking about or explaining it and rationalizing what was happening at the border, that they wanted to deal with disinformation at the border. and i'm thinking, these are the last people, they want the truth about what's going on at the border? i thought it was very curious. and good on jacqui heinrich who, in her press conference with jen psaki, asked her about it. because she asked a question that telemundo and univision wouldn't ask. what exactly does this board and home insecure to have planned for all the disobedient hispanic americans, many of them democrats, sheriffs, people living there, and mayors,
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telling the truth about the chaos that's happening at the border? why is mayorkas doing this to them? what is going on there? they must have seen some awful poll numbers paley seen them coming out. they are very concerned about hispanics being disobedient and they want to silence them. i believe that's what this board is trying to do. >> emily: given how transparent that was, how is it that she somehow was the eminently qualified pick? what happened to that vetting process? i did knew and didn't care, or they didn't know, both which are equally problematic. we saw a video of her equating all republicans with disinformation propaganda. >> ben: she's extreme and qualified at lying and at disinformation, and she's extremely qualified at making other people and their views look like they are somehow extreme.
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yes, of course they vetted her. they knew they were getting. they didn't care about what she said because it fit their narrative. she said the steele dossier was propaganda. she was wrong and she lied. she's an expert at lying. that qualified her for this job. i was looking at the list of things she said, that not only was the steele dossier legitimate but that we need to stifle free speech online, and specifically she sat online. the reason she said that, he also said she wanted to bring back the fairness doctrine. if you look at her resume, this is exactly what they were vetting and looking for. you had to find someone who has anti-free speech, someone who would say the hunter biden laptop wasn't real in this position. she checked all the boxes. if you put together what this administrator wanted, in the vetting process. so the idea that she wasn't vetted? no, she is the perfect candidate for this. they got who they wanted and now the tax dollars are paying for this. they are going to after parents, people at the border, legitimate
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news stories. she got two of the biggest stories of literally this entire administration the last five years wrong and that's why she was qualified for the job. >> emily: carley, in typical fashion, they are concentrating that power into the hands of one. this is such a departure from the decades the u.s. has had in terms of their approach to disinformation or social abdication, and its inter-agency work. it's collaboration of multiple people, multiple agencies, to ensure it's not in the hands of one person let alone one absolute liar who has ironically made her tiktoks. >> carley: is like you read my mind and what i wanted to say here. the state department already has on the call the global engagement center. i was looking up exactly the definition. the coronation exposed and countered foreign disinformation efforts aimed at undermining and influencing this policy in the united states. we already have what they say that it disinformation board is going to do.
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we don't need two. it's either release of time and money and a bureaucracy or this board will be doing something different. the differencing is very get into a bunch of questions that i think really have yet to be answered. and we have known about this for over a week. >> kayleigh: i would just say jonathan turley pointed this out and he has a great point. when you look at these pieces of disinformation in the last few months, it's the border-whipping incident rails border patrol agents were accused of whipping migrants. you have folks like ayanna pressley who called it white's premises behavior, maxine waters, worse than what we witnessed during slavery, and they were met with our nation's horrors. and others silence in the white house. maybe instead of singing you could start with that whipping incident. >> emily: kamala harris weighed in, too, and they disbanded that units. so another underfunding and weakening of the support we have
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on that southern border that we so desperately need that continues getting eroded. up next, new reporting that there is more trouble between president biden and rice president kamala harris after harris left him hanging on a key issue. why can't they just get along? ♪ ♪
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dollars in student debt and biden is resisting such lobbying. the vice president has been increasingly wary of becoming part of the public face of the administration's response." rachel, defining the president and distancing yourself from student loan debt or from joe? i don't know. >> rachel: she is distancing herself from jail but also there are reports that jill is the one who has never forgiven kamala harris four, during the debate, suggesting that joe biden was racist. remember the whole bussing thing? where we are all desensitized to it on the conservative side, on the liberal side it's that they still really care page so she's never forgiven her for that. and i think this tension grows, because jill biden, a spouse is very important in the relationship so there's a lot of influence.
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jill biden has even more influence on because she's like a visiting angel. [laughter] i think this is maybe more about the girls than the president. she's by his side correcting him... >> ben: telling him not to read books, i'll do that for you, keep waving! >> kayleigh: i would be upset, too, if someone called my husband a racist. kamala harris has become increasingly desperate lender approval hit 28%. they said as a result she was growing impatient, whom she blamed for letting her down. they even initiated an audit of her office. >> ben: i'm not surprised that joe biden saw what i think a lot of americans saw, which is kamala harris might be the most undisciplined vice president and political major candidate in our lifetime. she goes rogue on everything including the people that work for her. she goes against everybody telling her advice, so they quit, because while you work for
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someone who never listens to you? i think on the student debt she said, this is my brand. i want to forgive $1 trillion plus in student debt, i want to have it be $55,000 or $100,000 household or even more. and i think she realizes, $8,000 were $10,000 isn't enough. i'm over hard-core socialist and this is my platform going forward. it's all she's got left. >> kayleigh: something else she has left, apparently this new book by alex burns from "the new york times" coming out. they said harris began seeking out advice from beyond her inner circle. one of the people she turned to was msnbc's morning joe. >> emily: this remind me of, in football, when someone hurts you and if you strike back you are the one who gets penalized. all this does or does it reflect poorly on her. whatever intention there is, whatever she doesn't like about the president, she is responding
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in a way that will reflect only poorly on her. she doesn't want to be seen with him. that's not a good look. she is the first successor should anything, god forbid, happen to our president. we need a show of unity and we need her to be ride or die, and we need to know that behind the scenes there is an excess of information and a unity we can depend on. so this isn't a good look for her politically or personally but it's also disappointing and frankly a little frightening for us watching this unfold. >> ben: it shouldn't be that public. >> emily: it's like watching your friends fighting at a bar, who are a couple. >> ben: al gore, who did not have a relationship with bill clinton at all in the last year or year and a half, even shut up and stayed silent about it when he was running for president. he knew it was important to say he's the guy, i'm the vice president. >> kayleigh: it's important to have a confident vice president. president trump knew that mike pence would lead the task force and do a good job.
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>> carley: i remember when kamala harris got covid everybody was like, how is the president? and they released a statement that said they haven't been in close contact for some time. [laughter] of course that makes sense. they have been away too many well-sourced reports about friction within their offices for it to not be true. and it makes sense. kamala harris, the reporting says that she feels like she's being set up to fail because she was given the border job, and biden's people feel like she's unprepared. i understand where his people are coming from but it's also his fault for choosing her during the democratic primary. only 7% of california democrats had harris as their first choice, and he tells her for identity politics reasons, and look what's happening now. >> kayleigh: and now there is no inevitable person to come after president biden. people looked at kamala harris and said, "no thank you." coming up, big gaps in relationships. not a big deal, or taboo? hey, maybe that's why there's tension between biden and
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>> john: the new
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disinformation czar suggests republicans at larger purveyors of disinformation. what happened to bipartisan any political? new levels of security at home for supreme court justices after that draft opinion was released. is that what the leaker was trying to provoke? and is this the 2020 version of deplorables? joe biden calling maga extremist? all ahead, i'm john roberts. join sandra smith and me at the top of the hour for a busy thursday edition of "america reports." ♪ ♪ >> emily: some say age is just a number, but when it comes to relationships, is it? we know of many celebrity couples have big age gap, but how much of an age gap is okay and how much is taboo?
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>> ben: here's my doctor phil moment for anyone in this world. if you're at the playground and someone looks at you and says, "you're such a good grandfather," and they're actually your kids, it was too much of an age gap. number one, if you go out and she is so young that they say, "your daughter is beautiful!" it's too much. stick with you not having to worry, is this your daughter or your granddaughter? if you are getting that, you should have said no. >> emily: that also goes into how you look. because what if someone just looks really old and someone looks really young? you know what i mean? what about the actual xs and os? >> carley: [laughs] i love you. i think oftentimes in hollywood and also just in regular life it is stereotypical that the woman is young and beautiful, and the guy's well-established and worldly, and it's opposites attract. i don't have a problem with
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this. i also think that sometimes a guy looks better when he's older. like, my husband is starting to get gray hair. like, this is interesting, i don't hate it! >> ben: "i don't hate it," i'm sure he was very encouraged by that moment. [laughter] >> emily: priyanka chopra, we had celebrities that we are showing, she got a lot of slack with being with little jonas, but then there's katharine mcphee-foster, and the power to be really attractive on both sides, maybe. >> carley: and britney spears and whoever her hunky guy is. that was pretty interesting. i think it's about compatibility. for me i think the more you have in common, the more you like the same music, the same tv shows, you have the same generational references, the better. that said, some people are a young age but have an old soul, so maybe they could handle somebody older. i just think it's about how the
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relationship works. sean and i were born in the same month. >> that's amazing. >> rachel: that was an extreme reaction! [laughter] >> kayleigh: that's special. i love ben's rules. i totally agree that the women get more hate for the men if the women are older. they are called cougars and whatever. >> i'm two years older than my husband and i've been called all those names, jokingly. but it is to each his own. that's it. >> emily: that the perfect note to end on. more "outnumbered" in just a minute. miss of the musical ♪ ♪
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♪♪♪ >> a new app is gaining traction for telling selfie takers to ditch the filters and show the real you. be real gives users a brief window once a day for candid photos, and on college campuses, quick, two minutes, notification, post the photo what you are doing in the two minutes and the only way you can view everyone else's photos is you upload everyone else's. and right now i'm eating popcorn and watching the movie. >> this is what instagram was was supposed to be instant, and then the curated thing.
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filters are unbelievable, take pictures, it completely changes your face so young girls don't know what is real and fake, and everybody feels they have to look like supermodels, not reality. >> maybe this is reflecting on the trend people are going back to the natural, shying away from the manufactured fake look and saying nope, this is real, this is me, take it or leave it. >> you hope so. when i found out about the app he was in a meeting and the guy, he was younger, oh, hold on, i have to take my picture. his friend group did it to connect, all over the country. i said what is it, and he sent me the link and i sent to my college friend group and said we should do that, a way to keep in touch when you are in florida, new york, l.a., california, and people are saying hey, all of our friends, if you are in the carpool line, great. shopping, great. coffee or work business meeting, but you have a short period of time to be real and brilliant and keep up without all the
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glam, it's great. >> can you pick the time. >> it's -- he paused the meeting, that's how important it was. dude, hold on one second, i have a short five-minute window, and i'm at my meeting and that was it. like what is this? >> take to my tv days, i will just say that i like the trend, it will put the kardashians out of business completely if there are no filters and no ways to enhance the way you look and trick people to thinking you look one way, you look note. i like it. >> and no like, so it takes the pressure off and pointing toward yourself not out what you are doing. so what you look like naturally and then what you are doing naturally, it's a cool concept. >> my pictures would be me either here or sleeping.
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watching netflix. [laughter] >> what do you think it would capture you doing? >> yelling at the twins, don't do that, don't touch that, leave that alone. >> i thought you meant the baseball team. [laughter] >> stop touching that, don't go by the pool. >> amazing, guys. thank you for watching us be real on the couch and now here is "america reports." >> sandra: fox news alert, dow at the top of the hour, down more than 1,000 points or just below that level. stocks having the worst day since june of 2020, as there are now growing concerns that the u.s. could be heading toward a recession. >> bill: wait a minute, wasn't the dow up that much yesterday? we'll keep our eyes on the markets this afternoon and what the biden administration might be doing about it. former home depot and chrysler c.e.o. and grover norquist will weigh


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