our online poll, 42% of you say speaker ryan will never endorse donald trump. disappointing. that's it for us. thanks for being with us. good night from new york. [♪] kennedy: hello and happy monday. welcome to the best part of your day. i'm watching hillary clinton's lunhillary clinton'slunge at thd she'll stop at nothing to get her hot dog fingers on the presidential linens. her big loss in west virginia and the threat of losing a calm more states to bernie tomorrow night. she is reaching into her purse and going for the big card. not the woman card. she paid that -- played that so
shamelessly, she is playing her ultimate trump card, and his name is bubba. >> i told my husband he has to come out of retirement and be in charge. he has more ideas a minute than anybody i know. put people back to work and make it happen. >> my husband who i'm going to put in charge of revitalizing the economy, because he knows how to do it. kennedy: he's going to do the most important job. so she is admitting he is going to be the president. which means a, skeptics were right. or b she is such a sell-loathing quitter she is practicing a form auto sexist as fix yaition, choking her own chances of winning because even she thinks she can't do the job. let's just say bill is in charge of the economy because the 90s
were sow frigin' great. but she is running a diet sanders campaign and she is going to champion his hallmark causes like healthcare, the 1994 crime bill that made 3 strikes about so much more than baseball. i hate to interest fear with her free-for-all. but bill clinton's 90s agenda is about as welcome in an liz breath warren. temperature political season, she be hoping voters are too dumb to note difference. ryan is prebus says a third party run would be suicide. i went to north carolina to ask
about the state's transgender bathroom law. moby shows his new memoir. get going. oh, hillary, she says if she is elected she'll upgrade bill from first dude to econ is our man. good decision, pandering or something much, much worse. let's ask my mother-approved party panel. joanne nosuchinsky. guy benson here, welcome, everybody. i'm it's so nice to have you. guy, i'm going to start with you. how can she run with bill but
against some of his most important policies from the 90s. that's going to be tricky. >> not unless you understand she doesn't expect voters to think particularly hard about any of this. bill clinton is one of the most popular politicians in the country. people see him as a successful economic president. so she'll say i'll put number charge of the economy. then she'll be left to run foreign policy, and what could go wrong there. but i'm glad you made this point. what made bill clinton in many respects on the economic front was his willingness to cooperate with conservatives and republicans to triangulate and work together on free trade and reforms on welfare that are utterly anathema to the current environment. >> they are toxic. >> she said he knows how to do it.
we said on a few counts maybe he does, but she cannot embrace any of those ways. kennedy: what does she say about free trade? she was against tpp. he's going to be president, won't he? that's what she is promising. how sexist is that. >> she is delegating responsibility. he can focus on the economy and she can focus on her strong suit which is destroying countries in the the middle east. kennedy: then nobody wins. he's not 1994 bill clinton. he's 2016 bill clinton. >> sexual assault bill clinton? kennedy: are you surprised by her auto sexist asphyxiation? >> i love that by the way. that's great. i don't think any of us should be. most us get warm fuzzies, not me, when we hear the name bill clinton.
but he's getting old. the economy like we have been saying is different than it was in the 90s. what about the rise of tech and robots taking jobs. if i'm a worker at a fast food joint and i know a kiosk will take my job, what will bill clinton do for me. kennedy: he may use the robots to turn this party around. hillary clinton made a poor showing against bernie sanders in west virginia. she is hoping to redeem herself tomorrow in the kentucky primary. that's how she talks when she goes to a southern state. can she west the blue grass state away from the jaws of bernie? i don't think she can. >> they are considering voting against her. i think she is playing catchup.
she had 11 events in kentucky. she really need to fight for this if she wants it. kennedy: kentucky has vast coal country. when she alienated coal voters and working class people in the midwest and the out by saying she is going to put entire swaths of people out of work. my question is, because you look how she is doing against bernie, is she losing to him or losing to herself. >> she always loses to herself. bernie sanders has been running this campaign about a vast movement and lots of excitement and cheering crowd. she has just been trudging along on this joyless slog of inevitability. the entire stretch. and she has the thing basically locked up.
bernie said he was not running to win the nomination, he has thrown in the towel and she is still losing states. she lost in west virginia and that was her 20th loss. kennedy: that was her biggest win in 2008. west virginia gave her the largest margin of victory against now president obama. how can she deploy bill in this tight race? >> i don't know that she can. i agree with what guy is saying. it's not like i disagree with her on every policy issue and i think she is a war monger and criminal. but i can't believe she would say things like we are going to put a whole bunch of coal miners out of business it remind me of when she said we were dead broke coming out of the white house. hasn't she learned this? >> she is very bad at this.
>> i gets's a limited self-awareness and maybe's something that can't be taught. because bill chin on in his prime always knew how to max nice a moment with tv cameras and voters. she doesn't have that human quality and basic awareness that portrays some level of competency. coming up, the party panel returns. he has a nasty dilemma. a little later. he's a men's room in the state of north carolina. here is a peek. >> which bathroom should i use? >> i can't tell. either way, i don't care.
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party? let's discuss here. paul ryan is damned if he does, damned if he doesn't. >> i think he's considering his own political career. he's very youngish or unifying the party. he should flip a coin or do what i do and that's get really drunk, then everything becomes a little clearer. this whole wishy washy thing is getting old. kennedy: pick a side, paul. you love paul ryan. there are so many thing about him that you justley attribute after attribute. you think he's great. tell me more. >> who cares what paul ryan thick? how about the guy in charge of the house in charge of spending doing a great job.
he came out with his famous spending plan that balanced the budget in 92 years. he lost a debate to joe biden. he's part of the establishment the people on both side have voted against. count ted cruz's votes in there, too. it only hurt trump if he endorses him. kennedy: i think you are right. i know paul ryan is a man of principle. but unfortunately he espouses thing he doesn't live by. that's what bums me out. he talk about cutting entitlement spending, but the budgets he crafts are below thed. >> they are less bloated and the alternative. and he has taken a serious -- >> that's like saying mel carter is skinnier than the guy who had to be buried in a piano case.
>> paul ryan is the first main party politician in a long time to seriously take on what was thought to be the third rail of politic, and he worked hard over many years to normalize it as a political idea and -- kennedy: it's not enough for me. i'm a finicky eater. >> i unpart it is he was trying to ingratiate himself with the leadership. i'm an admirer of him because he's at least willing to tell the truth on the biggest issue bankrupting us fastest and putting forward proactive solutions on those. what this has to do with trump, i met him a few times. i don't know paul ryan very well. my gut instinct is he doesn't want to endorse donald trump. kennedy: you are from the east coast. and paul ryan is a midwesterner.
and midwesterners have a didn't style of comportment. >> trump got his butt kicked in wisconsin by ted cruz. as the republican speaker of the house with lots of caveats and reluctantsies he will put forward a proforma endorsement and encourage any of his members that need to to run on the republican side. kennedy: if that's the day and the they come to, paul ryan want his tax plan and donald trump is schizophrenic so essentially we are hosed. >> i think if he doesn't endorse donald trump, that helps him. that feeds into the theme that he's not of the establishment. i'm not a donald trump supporter. he thinks ron paul is secretary of state john kerry. i will campaign for.
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mission. >> it many a suicide mission for our country. you are throwing down 8 years of the white house and potentially 100 years on the supreme court and wreck can this country for generations. is the gop a third party because of him? let's ask greg gutfeld. let's party with a third party. one-third party candidate is a spoiler, that's a suicide mission. what i have been advocating for is to get everyone in. get mitt romney and bernie sanders. >> this is my talking points. there should be trump, hillary, maybe ben sasse, and bernie. you have to have four.
you have to start with four. then you have got andrew wk from the green party. i think ralph naird is still alive. what about the comedian that always used to run. no, he's dead. every year. kennedy: since 1968. >> it would be fairer if you have ones who are able to cancel each other out. if it's just s oork it's just s. kennedy: let they say what they think and feel without the democratic overlords.
recently in an interview daryl hall was asked about cultural appropriation and a concern as a white man he borrowed heavily from black culture. he says it's not about being blacker white. the music you listened to is your music it has nothing to do with cultural appropriation. >> he said no i can't go for that. he said you are out of touch. he was feeling his oats. kennedy: is he going to hire some private eyes to follow that reporter around? >> i wish i had something to respond, but i ran out of songs. kennedy: i'm such a man eater. he's amazing. he operate on the arrogance of his talent.
he said these people do not know what i do and how good i am at this so shut up. i don't think the writer, salon or slate was prepared for that. and his logic is correct. if you apply cultural appropriation to everything, that makes everything karaoke. what about chop sticks, cowboy last, cowboy boots? using a fork is cultural appropriation. culture is a stew where all the things are in there and we absorb it. kennedy: isn't that what artists are supposed to do? aren't they supposed to take it various and disparate influences that touched throughout their formation and based them into a mature sauce we can ladle and enjoy the rest our lives? >> my polka jam band does exactly that.
it's so great when you see age catch up with talent. but his wisdom. now it's daryl hall, an amazing singer and he's really smart and he doesn't give a damn. when somebody doingment give a damn, that's when they are their smartest. that's the hall and oats album along the red edge. look it up. thank you so much for being here. >> it's always a pleasure. you fill up my cup. finding nemo is reborn. and our american by on. "topical storm" is next. every day you read headlines about businesses being hacked
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comes news oddities. this is the "topical storm." topic number one. here on "topical storm" we like to wrestle with the great unanswerable questions for humanity such as are some babies born evil? we'll check out this adorable shaved ape who gets perverse pleasure in other people's pain. he knows how much he likes parking his stroller at the skate park and watch other people suffer. yeah, here is the same baby watching some presidential stumbles. oh, carly. that's a really mean baby. watching this kid get hit by a giants snow ball will soften him up.
kennedy: he likes that, too. i mean, i can't even like hit a nicer baby. dogs have been described as many things, man's best friend, fur babies, and the fertile crescent. dogs are super happy. >> jackson, are you ready for your bath? you want to go for a walk? do you want a bath? let's go for a walk. kennedy: that's a stark contrast to cats. they don't even respond to their own name. >> come on, cat, merks ow.
hey, stubborn cat. >> are you recording that? mittens, mittens, look at me, mittens. kennedy: try putting that thing on a leash. and bathing them? forget about it. an animal who hates baths is a dirty, disgusting devil beast. topic number three, except for that dog who ran under the bed. that was cute. cats would kill you if you tried to bathe them. the game print rangers and the blue jays deinvolved into a bare knuckle flight fight. hoaf say bautista is trying to break up a double play.
oh, no, the korean baseball team is break out in a fight. oh, this is highly unprofessional. is it the turkish parliament? this is quite an embarrassment. the apes are revolting? it's godzilla versus space godzilla. this game has gone off the rails. there it is. wait a second. is that an amoeba fighting? that's the end of the world as we not, and i don't feel fine it's all gone the out of hand. topic number four. this one sent to us by j.m. browning using the trash tag
"topical storm." a lady in texas selling her pet. it's a house creature. a 1,000-pound bison comes into her house and sometimes escapes on to the local golf course. its owner says this. >> when she is hot and sweat irshe'll come in and lay on the couch. i'm kidding. she does come in the house. >> she is hot and sweaty, too. that's my kind of gal. having a hairy animal the size of three or four refrigerators bumming around your house. but at least bison respond to their own name. last i checked, they don't eat your corpse if you die alone in your apartment. so the order of pet preference is dog, money bison, cat is way,
way down there number 5. the world's most uptight mom. she is minding her own business getting dinner ready when in those a dread and bloodthirsty clown fish. and no, she is not amused. watch. she was so mad. i wonder what the mean baby thought of her terror. maybe that's mean baby's mom. they belong together. if you have any weird stories you want to see on the "topical
storm." go ahead and tweet me @kennedynation. always use #topicalstorm. coming up, the party panel returns. katie couric has a new gun control documentary. go for the jugular and gun data. later, who should determine which bathroom you use? i went to north carolina to see what people thought. with creative new business incentives, and the lowest taxes in decades, attracting the talent and companies of tomorrow. like in buffalo, where the largest solar gigafactory in the western hemisphere will soon energize the world. and in syracuse, where imagination is in production. let us help grow your company's tomorrow - today - at business.ny.gov
>> this is argument that is perpetrated by the gun lobby. but most public health experts and gun safety experts say it's just a specious argument. kennedy: it's specious. is that a big word for foul reasoning? let's ask our party panel, joanne nosuchinsky, guy benson, dave, the good guy with the gun is a get? >> if armed gangs were break into my house i would call the cops and say come, but leave your guns. she should stick to miking documentaries about fat people.
kennedy: and i went on atkins and lost 15. here is a woman with zero experience in this arena who obviously has an ageneral do. and rampant d an agenda. >> i thought seeing katie couric on the "today show," that's a first, this might work. i see a potential here for something bigger. as to her point. it's literally wrong. we heard the cops literally count as good guys with guns. the u.s. military, there are some categories. this is where the libertarians always lose me. but also countless examples of private citizens with guns foiling crimes. and. kennedy: how about good women with guns. women in the middle of a home invasion.
could she have googled this prior to making his documentary? >> you can't pretend you are using science when you are discussing something where you are emotionally biased. katie couric is lovely. i met her at a bar once and we had a lovely conversation. i want to like her and like this but it's a little hard. kennedy: i know where she is coming from. it's written all over her face. don't dip yourself in the paint can of objectiveism. over the weekend president obama delivered the commencement address at rutgers university where he whenned in barely camouflaged trump insult. >> it's not cool to not know what you are talking about. it's not keeping it real or taling it like it is or challenging political correctness. it's just not knowing what you are talking about. yet we have become confused about this. kennedy: all right, good point.
but is he right to re torically hijack someone's graduation to make comment about donald trump? >> he could be talking about anyone. that i think is a little beneath the office. but i love that he went at the politically correct safe space culture. it's one of the three things i like in obama's administration. he even referred to rutgers trying to shut down condoleezza rice. he said to these kid, why don't you use your word. that's what i say to my 3-year-old nephew when he's whining. it's worth something that obama who they still view as a rock star-challenge them on that. >> social justice warrior are not thinking of the applies to them when they hear these word.
they are shea thinking they are the future, the bright spot. i want to hear in my speeches all the common platitude and life afir mails. soon i'll have all this debt and be out of work. kennedy: if you are smoking weed in your parent' basement. >> is it and obsession with trump and is the sexual? >> one the thing that might unify the republican party around donald trump is barack obama attacking him consistently. even people like me who are not trump fans, when the president take shots at donald trump it's like dude enough. but those people deserve to be condescended to when it comes to the safe space. ignorance isn't cool, but our
own ignorance hounded the first female black secretary of state because we didn't want to hear thing that offended them. kennedy: guys thanks. coming up, singer-songwriter moby struggled with alcoholism and poverty. he will bear his soul. but fir i went to north carolina and asked the hard questions about the state's transgender bathroom laws. >> live and let live. >> you can live in the women's room if you want to. i celebrate your right to. before i had the shooting, burning of diabetic nerve pain, these feet were the first in my family to graduate from college and trained as a nurse. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer.
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kennedy: north carolina and the federal government going to court over the state's transgender bathroom laws. i visited the tarheel state to find out what people thought about the spotty laws. >> how do you feel about your state's bathroom laws? what do you think about your state being thrust into spotty politics? let's go spotty. what do you think north carolina is doing with the transgender bathroom laws. >> i think it's ridiculous. once you have chained your gender and if you are going to the bathroom. >> i don't think it's okay for a male even though they have changed to go to the bathroom with young girls. youer in know there are certain
people who are just pretending. >> how about those power tools. pearl jam won't play in north carolina. >> job loss, everything. >> it's not just a north carolina thing. everybody is kind of meddling. >> you can live in the women's room if you want to. i celebrate your light to have a tinkle. >> if the men's line is shorter i'm identifying as a dude. kennedy: i have been to target. now i'm at a bar. tell me about this lovely creation. >> this is the lgbt sandwich. kennedy: i never met a gay sandwich. >> our owner called me up and
said i want to do an lgbt sandwich. we get a lot of politicians in here on a regular basis. we brought him our 500 to the governor. kennedy: did he eat it? >> he was not in unfortunately. >> when you go into a restroom you assume the on people going into that restroom are of the same gender. >> we wanted for him to see what we represent as a local establishment. >> a lot of people who support it say they don't want men coming into women's rooms and violating children. how do you feel about that? >> honestly i think it's kind of ridiculous. i think the likelihood that would happen is pretty small. i have no concern about my daughter or son going to the bathroom. kennedy: we are at the raleigh
beer gardens and we are going to have some fun with this topic. let's go inside. which bathroom should i use? >> i can't tell. i don't care. kennedy: what do you think of the mustache. can i use the men's room? >> i wouldn't do that. >> no. you would get kicked out. kennedy: would you be upset if i used the bathroom? you made my case for me. >> it's a little crooked. >> sure, you can use the men's room or lady's room. you wouldn't mind if i went in the lady's room with my mustache. >> i can use the people room. kennedy: i love north carolina. say it again. i do. side law, though.
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kennedy: what a beautiful song and a perfect book title. moby has sold 30 million albums around the world. "porcelain" is the title of his memoir. is ups and downs and wild adventures along the way. but the book only spans 10 years. >> can you say edm with a german accent? kennedy: germans love to get
naked, i'm not wrong about that. >> i dated one german woman and she seemed comfortable with nudity. i think germans are a little more comfortable with human biology than the rest of us. kennedy: for a while you were straight edge. it was a big movement in the ninth not just for musicians, but extreme athletes. >> i was a straight edge punk rocker for a while, but i drank. kennedy: were you a christian? >> i was an atheist in the 90s. in the 80s i became a christian. god hated me, he still hates me, why else would he steal my hair. i was so bad to my hair. i think god looked down and said
you are clearly not a fifth hair parent. we are going to take your hair so you can't do any more harm to it. kennedy: but you were a christian vegan punk rocker. then what happened. >> the first half of the book i'm this weird christian dj electronic dance guy. kennedy: i went to mars in 1980. >> you were probably doing drugs in the bathroom. >> i was also straight edge. >> so i'm this straight edge christian sober person teaching bible study during the dane dejaig at sex clubs at night. halfway through the bike started drinking and started dailgt sex
workers. the beedgedded in a low point in my life. i lost my record deal. i'm hung over. my mom is dead, then i release the album "play" and that's the end of the book. i liked that idea in an almost perverse way at ending at the beginning of what ostensibly is the conventional method. kennedy: the formation and "porcelain" is not only an interesting name for a song, but it's so beautiful and fragile. does that describe you? >> sort of. i like the name porcelain because it's the name of my most well-known song. so it's easy, lazy marketing. the second half of the book i did a lot of throwing up and i threw up in a lot of porcelain things. and porcelain is this kind of
white fragile thing and i'm kind of white and fragile. kennedy: where are you in your so bright? >> i have been sober for 8 years. i don't recommend so bright unless you have to do it. kennedy: i have celiac disease so i have to go gluten free. >> for non-celiacs i say have some bread. don't choose so bright as an elective hobby. if you have to be sober like me. then so bright is a great thing. but for everybody else drink as long as you can. kennedy: then i don't feel guilty sipping bourbon while
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