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neil: another two days and come up what, couple hours to go. around 17,000. anything shy of that will be the first since 2008. trish: nice little valley area. arrested in belgium for a new year's eve terror plot. countries are on heightened alert after two suspects were arrested for allegedly planning several terrorist attacks in brussels on new year's eve. police seized military style clothing and computers. one of the suspects is believed to be leading and recruiting for a terrorist cell they are in belgium.
judith miller joins me right now. they get to guys here. finding a needle in the haystack. 90,000 ices supporters in europe alone. how do they go after them? >> the most important thing that needs to be done and is beginning to happen is the sharing of intelligence information among the different countries. before paris, we really had a situation in which each country was safeguarding its own intelligence situation. we learned that we must share that. last week we had a warning from vienna, from austria, that there would be an attack so where in the next couple of weeks, and several different european cities which were potential targets. that is as vague as it was. for the first time, the austrians were talking to the
belgium's who were talking to the french. this kind of sharing is beginning to happen. >> breaking down and sharing information related to the eu in general. you would think, theoretically, they european union would enable each of these countries to share more. i wonder if they have gotten more protection. there has been so much pressure on europe. so much pressure on that agreement which permits the free throw of people and goods. once you get in there, you can go anywhere. that makes stopping people all the more challenging and difficult. there is a lot of pressure on the eu and the european system. in those instances, intelligence agencies tend to kind of keep what they have. now, they understand.
>> still at-large. i feel like i am longing for the days. they cap your passport. a lot deeper in europe. this guy, who knows where he is. >> well, that is the problem. it is not clear if this new plot is connect it to him. another homegrown plot that has nothing to do with him. he was able to escape and brag about how easy it was to escape with his picture being / everywhere in europe feared that is the challenge. that is the problem. belgium and parts of france until november that permitted police only to enter a house between certain hours. at night, you could not go into a house. it is believed he escape during that no go.
trish: on j center for islamic extremism. the ambassador, that used to be the ambassador of belgium, the number one name for boys and they'll jump was mohammed. >> among muslim immigrants. this is not anything that the united states has to cope with. just so small. one-2%. nothing compared to eight-10%. >> germany taking 800,000 serious refugees. do you think that they won't really be able to do that? we can pick and choose among people who have are ready been vetted. >> i do not know about that.
they absolutely cannot be vetted. we are bringing them here. 10,000 of them. this is a country where isis has told us. >> right. >> head of the fbi in the department of the homeland security say that they cannot be vetted. i do not think that these people will be coming in. these refugee populations are much more highly screened then tens of thousands people that come into this country every single day. all the guys with belgium passports. judy miller, thank you so much. >> here at home. everyone is on high alert. headed new year's eve. the head of isis right now
recording and impending attack. americans now believe that terrorists are winning the war against the u.s. the safe department is out with a statement of its accomplishments of 2015 years guess what is in there. peace and security to serious. last time i checked there, it was the deadliest civil war. is this just another even to the obama administration? the threats that we face right now. joining me with analysis is u.s. navy general. welcome back to the show. in your view, as the situation in syria gotten better or worse in 2015? >> let's see, short answer, no. we could run through the numbers very quickly.
many of them still dying. particularly in the western part of the country. bobbing on the backs. indiscriminate bombing. being pummeled. the number of refugees has slowed here and that is because it is cold. covered with snow. the backlog is building up in turkey and to some extent greece will open the floodgates. they will come rushing back into central europe. the bottom line is simply this. third-party interference. only making it worse. it simply has to burn itself out. there is absolutely nothing the state department can do about it or certainly nothing they can brag about. >> well put.
i hear you on the refugees. let's get back to what you said there. extremely difficult to intervene in this kind of situation. what do you recommend then cushion mark you cannot fix that. how can you deal with the refugees. >> look at our cell phone war. 1921. the spanish civil war in the 1930s. brother against brother war where the fuel is religion or ideology. civil war is literally like a huge forest fire. burn themselves out over time. one of two things happen. they crush the other like big
union. they simply fall apart from exhaustion and crawl back to each other. finding some sort of compromise. the russians in the u.s. are supporting. i am afraid this civil war will just have to fall under its own bloody wait. trish: general, aren't we running the risk that isis continue to thrive in theory out. >> what happens in a vacuum? bad people fill it. while the civil war is raging in the west, united states in the east around rock in the oil-producing areas, isis has created their own cards out of cereal. they often times in this way. horrible slaughter. normally only and when both sides are exhausted.
trish: i want a solution. i do not want to sit and wait for this thing to peter out. what do we do in the meantime? >> the main thing is to make and the main thing is to make the main thing the main thing. the main thing, trish, is isis. we have common ground with the russians. even with a sod. we must defeat isis first. collapse it, fay. then we can deal with the civil war. trish: the historian in me. you talk about getting together with russia. look. we had strange bedfellows in times of crisis before. just think of world war ii. joseph's talent that was our partner in all of that. >> this is a little different.
i am simply talking about coordinating our actions. particularly, our air campaigns. striking most of the targets. beginning their financial collapse. that is what is important. military defeat begins with financial and economic defeat did. >> you are right. we are looking at an organization that is sophisticated enough. and interior minister of finance. another version of an irs. they select taxes to import and export. it is coming from the resources that most states use to collect money for their own citizen. this is a very, very tough thing. isis is already looking like a state. acting like a stage.
main weight of isis, which is their financial power. trish: thank you so much. should we be spying on muslims and mosques in america? my next guest says yes. congressman peter king on what needs to be done right now. coming up. women who are victims of sexual assault must always be believed. that is unless they are accusing their husband. wanting to emerge as a champion for women. ♪ jeb bush: donald, you know, is great at the one-liners.
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anger over his comments that the police need to increase surveillance on mosques. it is an infringement on our civil rights. the cofounder, a frequent guest on this program, agrees with peter kang. listen here. >> something just happened. they put on the uniforms and get the weapons. long before that, they are putting on the jerseys. an environment that may include some of the mosques. they do not realize that there is a happening of separatism. >> the briefing ground for the mastic terrorism. what exactly should the police be doing right now to stop it? >> representative peter king. good to see you.
>> good to see you, as always. what do you want to happen here? >> it is a lot easier for me to say. i know the pressure of the own community. having said that, i will agree with the doctor. the police to be able to carry out the same practices in the muslim community as it did with month-long crime. you build up sources. you get people on the ground. you hang around the clubs in the social areas. you do not just gold they are to go there. any education at all from sources in the community. then, it is legitimate.
you should not be worried just because of the operation. some of them were planned in the mosques. 1993. it was blind. at the mosque in new jersey. again, san bernardino. questions about what connections they have. they would hurt things. >> what you are saying to me is very much common sense. congressman king, there are people that are very angry about this right now. this is a total infringement on people's civil liberties. a violation in everything that we stand for. >> first of all, i would tell you that it is not. search and seizure. a court order for it.
this is going into a community. this is what people say. that does not violate anyone. you are right. this is standard first teacher. again, the mob, this is what we ought to do. >> can we do this after 9/11? we were going in and gathering intelligence after 9/11 in the mosque community. >> over 1000 involved in counterterrorism. various aspects of the program. the most important part. getting people informed. getting people on the ground. reason to believe that there could be trouble. that is common sense. it goes on all the time.
someone is him trading the mob. they will be in the muslim community. they will not be in the muslim community. this is just, to me, the world was turned upside down. they immediately rallied to create this. >> part of a political correctness. we cannot admit what is really happening. >> if you listen to him, it it is an enemy out there. you are right. going out of the way to downplay this. they are a majority of good people. this week i am swearing them in.
the fact is, that is in that community. just like in other times. how we get caught up in this, all these unofficial barriers thrown in place. people have short memories. >> they do have short memories. unfortunately. are we really not going into mosques at all? that does not make me feel very good. i think you have no practice. i will say that the nypd, even though there have been some restrictions put, more effective job in anyone else.
i think it would be a lot easier. i wish that they could do more. >> as we head into this big colonnade, new year's eve, are you a little more concerned that all about the greater new york region? >> new york is always a number one target. there is a time where isis will carry out an attack. you have to assume that they will be on a greater level of alert. bill bratton will have extra resources. they run down every lead that comes their way. there was definitely, we believe the tax planning. you have five isis operatives. they are out there. you can never, ever, let our
in 1998. what does this all mean for her popularity amongst that key group? a former senior advisor and mike huckabee. this fair game issue. if he is able, you can really point out how hillary was no friend to women during all of those years could there are accusations against her husband. >> that is exactly right. the polling data is showing that young people do not know the story. thing other than the globetrotting president. donald trump is saying very savvy year.
telling the story that many people don't know anymore. >> that is an interesting point. so many women do not remember it. we have so many young women. maybe did not see that playing out on tv. if it is now brought up big mistake, i think. you cannot really hold them liable. you cannot accuse hillary a standing by her man. >> more than a white now. >> you are absolutely right.
>> she did not really present herself as a wife. hillary clinton putting on her boots and going out to capitol hill. one of his political allies. the ability to where they are soft and her. i think that that part of what he is doing here with hillary. >> i think he can just hit hard. drill in on what we are talking about right now. a woman that basically aligned all these other women. accusing of her husband. how does he justify her. >> these victims were not hurt when they were victims of her husband's. >> i guess the three of us are old enough to remember the bad 90s.
neither she nor her husband were as popular today that he got impeached. it is her as well. >> nothing is bad for her than when she played the big dumb. it allows her to play the wrong way and the big dumb. it is a huge political mistake. >> let me ask you this. i do not think that she needs to play the victim here. including a now, how old would she be, monica lewinsky. a young intern in the white house. a lot of these previous victims.
>> it does really undermine hillary's name calling card which will be i am will be the very first female president. a whole another angle here. i am the one who goes where other people won't. there is a whole group. hillary clinton actually had to be held accountable for this kind of thing. >> , on. earlier this week. talking about his alleged affairs and things. as we mentioned earlier, he has actually had to pay damages to people who have called. people look at this and say, it is not speaking to them.
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>> oil settling out the day here. what do you know. phil flynn is joining me from the cme with more on this. hey there, phil. a little bit of roof covering here. >> and it is. especially yesterday after the fake selloff. 2.8%. that is a pretty good move for oil. we solved the demand for heating oil going to be a cross. we saw a huge rally and natural gas. remember, it yesterday, oil was down. we were worried about the economy falling apart.
maybe things are not that bad. put it all together. >> you still look at the aggregate here. nowhere near where it has been. the thinking seems to be, we will be in this kind of environment for a wild. >> some of the big oil. it we necessary for a long time. this was not supposed to be necessary. all of that has gone to the wayside right now. this year has been very, very challenging. it has hurt a lot at the big energy companies. >> stay with me. i want to continue this conversation. opec can recall trying to flex its muscle and stick it to u.s. shell producers.
what they did not count on is so much oil. thanks to technology now. it keeps getting easier. prices keep getting lower. something president obama has not quite grasp yet. >> a fuel that is rapidly disappearing. >> the united states of america cannot afford to set our long-term prosperity. our long-term security. >> will it really run out? joining the conversation right now is a fox news contributor. good to see you, steve. people did not believe that we had it a couple of years ago. technology coming to the rescue. >> barack obama wishes that
nobody had those. i do not think that there's anybody there is anybody in the entire united states that has been more wrong on oil. remember, in his first term, the reason we have to go with clean energy as we're running out of oil and gas. we are running into it big time. we have at least 150 year supply of oil. there is one more explanation for this. it is called fracking. it is probably overnight. dumbledore tripling the amount of oil that we have. you are right. technology always outpaces. >> it has enabled us to get closer and closer to this. just a pipe dream years ago. yes.
technology is getting better. it is still expensive to take oil out of the u.s. or northern canada. it is profitable for u.s. companies to be doing this. >> we were there. really putting us under the gun here. i think that the technology is there. i think that that is why they are trying to put us out of business. president obama did not get it or still does not get it. remember, he was mocking republicans. we can throw our way to energy independence. we are doing it to energy
independence. >> go ahead. >> phil is exactly right about that. in may june energy source around the united states and the world. you have been showing what happens to the oil price. they used to be as high as 12-$14. i think about two-three-$4. this is a way that green energy will not work. all the green energy problems for wind and solar problems were forecasting the way that oil and gas would go up. natural gas is cheap. it is abundant. it is made in america. >> i think that there are so many pluses.
getting us off to the middle east. also from an economic standpoint. it is an industry that we have and we can continue growing. getting everybody a little bit more money in their pockets each week. thank you so much. good to see you guys. trish: the affluent affluenza teenager. he drove drunk, killed four people and managed to stay out of jail. understanding responsibility. my intel is next. ♪
trish: let's take a look at these markets. of 200 points. have not seen that in a wild. a little recovery. we were just talking about that. watching shares of apple today. continuing to move higher at a pretty good performance this christmas. and a lot of people buying those iphones. nearly $2.40. $100. shares from apple. more on consumer confidence. there are some encouraging signs. the market is up. we will be right back with my
ended today. they arrested him and his mother. he is the guy that two years ago killed four people. driving extremely drunk in fort worth, texas. he was 16 years old at the time. his parents and legal team managed to get the kid off at he suffered from what they called affluenza. now you remember the story. a sense of it responsibility. for the record, this is not a term recognized by the american psychiatric organization. he was sentenced to 10 years of probation. had to check in with his parole officer regularly. his mother went on the run.
he skipped out on his parole with his mother. just a few weeks ago, this video surfaced on twitter. you know, clearly, this kid has a problem. who would do that to their child. skipping out on parole. that said, alternately, their journey is no excuse or ethan crouch. his parents will not hold them him accountable for his actions, the court must. coming up, donald trump likes to brag about how little of his own money he has to spend. spending $100 million cash on this campaign. could it be that the unusually chase a ball donald trump. ♪ tucson.
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>> turning around january 4 and spread spending a lot of money. we do not want to take any chances. we are too close. >> a lot of money. trump is preparing to spend as much as $100 million of his own money. the goal is simple. amends the gop front runner status just weeks before the caucus. could it be, perhaps, that donald is running a little scared. >> what do you think?
are you getting a little nervous. >> i think the smart thing for him to do and here's some free advice is to put some money on get out the vote efforts in iowa. traditionally coming and going. and all day affair. i would really put money in some ads. in order to solidify his lead up there. if i were in his shoes, i would go negative. >> he actually win after that union leaders publisher joe. joe put out an article, basically, comparing an editorial to donald trump.
back to the future. the bully and back to the future. maybe we have a picture we can show you. sounds of donald trump going after joe mcquaid. >> this guy's name is joe mcquaid. no. he is a low life. i am telling you. >> i can tell you. i have known him a very long time. he is no low life. he is a class act. it is interesting to see, trump. for someone to be a loser. will people get tired of that after a while? >> we are all in agreement that joe is a classy guy. i think we all agree as well. he is going to get a whole another round of free media.
the media will run the ads. the commentary will continue and continue. that is what it is. he is trying to take his campaign to the next level. >> i want to clarify names for viewers. not just because joe mcquaid compared him to this. they come out and supported chris christie. that is a big deal in new hampshire higher. that is a big bomb. a result of this in new hampshire higher. >> i will tell you why. he will go after christie for two reasons. secondly, what he said was true and kind of pathetic. he is right.
there is a list of conservators in the bridge gate trial that is about to be released. the question is, is chris christie on it. donald trump obviously knows. i think, if this happens, he goes after christie on this. >> oh, wow. what is interesting is yes, donald trump is doing things differently than the way we have seen before. at the end of the day, there is such a thing as momentum. i think that this is really indicative of that. he will strike fast with somebody that he does not want to come into that final four category. >> thank you so much. good to have you here. we're going with the gop candidates in just a few weeks from now. do not mix the fox news debate on january 14. we will be right back with more intel after this.
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well, that does it for today's show. the continued conversation goes on online. you can tweet me @trish underscore regan or check out my facebook account @trishintel on facebook. liz claman's going to take it from here. liz: trish, thank you very much. we've got some major breaking news that is actually in the form of developing right now. you're looking at live pictures of cleveland, ohio, in the area of ontario street and lakeside avenue at the justice center where protesters are gathering right now. they are very upset with the decision by a grand jury which decided not to charge a city policeman with fatally shooting 12-year-old tamir rice. a group called puncture the silence is urging not just clevelanders, but everyone in the nation to join their protest. and what do we have in new york? a small group of protesters in new york city gathering in union square. this is a park that is sort of