tv The Intelligence Report With Trish Regan FOX Business November 14, 2016 2:00pm-3:01pm EST
away from a presidential press conference, no doubt to address some of these growing riots, especially this odd one featuring high schoolers on both coasts. who put these kids up to it? because, i don't know, when i was in high school, i didn't think of protesting or riots. food, maybe. protests, not really. trish regan, take it. [laughter] trish: all right. breaking right now, the leftist billionaire, george soros, reportedly gathering his liberal troops, pulling key democrats together for a three-day convention in washington d.c. their entire goal? to stop donald trump. this as we watch thousands of high schoolers in los angeles stage walkouts to protest trump's victory. i am trish regan. welcome, everyone, to "the intelligence report." the political left reeling, gathering its biggest donors in d.c., they're working up some kind of battle plan to fight the president-elect.
this, again, as anti-trump protesters take to the streets. you're looking at what just happened moments ago in california. high school students staging a walkout, this as we watched many more protests unfold over the country throughout the weekend. and the liberal media keeps feeding all of it. "the washington post" encouraging the protests, even running an article titled "stay angry, that's the only way to uphold principles in trump's america." and then we have senate minority leader calling our president-elect a bigot and his spokesperson saying this here: it is easy to see why the kkk views trump as their champion when trump appoints one of the foremost peddlers of white supremacist themes as his top aide, steve bannon. now, trump appeared on "60 minutes" just last night. he expressed no regrets over his hard-fought campaign against hillary clinton. watch.
>> it was a pretty nasty campaign. do you regret any of the things you said about her? >> well, it was double-sided. they were tough and i was tough, and do i regret? i mean, i'm sitting here with you now, and we're going to do a great job. trish: looking forward. all right, he's got an uphill battle right now, and it doesn't make anything easier when the media's encouraging the madness, and democratic leaders are conspiring to stop him at every turn along with george soros. joining me is mercedes schlapp along with leslie marshall. good to see you, guys. mercedes, what do you think george soros' motive is here? what's harry reid's motive? these protesters, what are they all trying to do? >> well, i i think part of it is promoting the chaos. and i think that it's not surprising that there's a soros connection in pushing forward these protesters. you know, you have to also understand that it was a shell shock for these democrats. they really believed that hillary clinton had it in the
bag to win this election. so she loses the election, the democrats do not gain majority of the senate or the house, and they're stuck in a position of weakness. and so i think that, obviously, there are many of those peaceful protesters, they have the right to vote, i think -- to protest. i think that it's understandable that there's a sense of frustration and disappointment coming from their side. at the same time, we are seeing agitators, rioters, those individuals who are destroying public property, i mean, property. so it becomes a little more disturbing when you have the fact that it is from peaceful protesting to the fact that it is almost violence that we're seeing on the streets. trish: yeah. and, again, this is actually -- let me confirm with our producer, kara, this is -- correct, live. okay, these pictures are coming live from our affiliate in los angeles. you see these kids staging a walkout in protest of donald trump. leslie marshall, you're from the los angeles area. give us a sense of what you're
hearing from some of those folks that are engaging in this kind of behavior? >> well, i am here in los angeles, trish, and one of the things that people have to look at just from a numbers standpoint be, in california we have the largest number of hispanics in the united states, the largest number of muslims in the united states and the largest number of undocumented workers. some of these kids -- and you have to remember in high school, they're not old enough to vote, so many of them felt that adults let them down. they can't vote, they're 16, they're 15 years of age. a lot of these kids are experiencing some hateful rhetoric in some of these schools, but for the most part these kids are scared. they're scared their grandparents will be sent back or some of them who were born here will be separated from their families -- trish: so you're saying this is the immigrant community. i think he made it clear, and we're going to talk about this with james woolsey, but he made it pretty clear that, yes, he is
looking to deport people that are criminals that are here illegally. but, mercedes, it didn't sound like it was top of his list to get rid of everybody altogether that's here, by the way, illegally? >> and i think speaker ryan said there's not going to be a deportation squad. the priority, as donald trump has mentioned, is the criminals, to deport them first and foremost. i think the executive orders, the daca, which are the dreamers here, children of illegals who have been in the united states for years, that's about 800,000 children. there is that concern. but we have to remember that the priority here is enforcing immigration laws, and that is something that donald trump has mentioned as his priority. and guess what? instead of executive orders, you've got to pass it through congress. if you need daca to be passed through congress, that has to be the priority, not through the president forcing it down people's throats as we saw what happened in this case. trish: you know, i think it is, you know, these kids, they can't -- many of them can't
vote. but yet they're fueled by something which i have to imagine would be the adults around them, and we know academia in general has a lot of liberal leaning adulthoods. it -- adults. it feels right now, leslie, and i talked to one protester over the weekend that she's protesting because it's not acceptable that donald trump won, and it's simply not acceptable that he's our president. to which i say, yes, but you see, he won. we are a democracy, and we have a process, and are you suggesting then that he be overturned in some way? i mean, i think there's an undercurrent here that we shouldn't forget about, and we've seen the violation there in -- the violence there in portland, oregon. you see this groundswell trying to protest something that doesn't even really exist right now because the guy's not even in office, leslie. >> well, a couple of things here. one of the things that is great about our democracy, and i want
to point out that the overwhelming majority of protesters have been peaceful, and that's what our first amendment is about. i think it's disgusting when anybody, any side of the aisle is violent toward anyone in a protest or otherwise. but they have the right. and this is part of what makes great, that they can march down streets and not block traffic. look, the presidency is not going to change for the next at least four years. donald trump will be president. but again, these people are angry, some of them i'm angry at, trish, who didn't come out to vote who could vote who may have stayed home in protest. trish: you know, it's a very good point. >> but fear is what is -- trish: well, i think everybody needs to take a deep breath here. >> right. trish: i think, you know, the stock market is pretty indicative in terms of being a fear gauge or lack thereof, and we're looking at a market that's actually at an all-time high. so, you know, take that one to bed with you, everyone that is so concerned and there's this
hysteria out there. mercedes, leslie, thank you so much. >> thank you so much. trish: president-elect donald trump tapping rnc chairman reince priebus as his white house chief of staff, a pick that will appease some in the political establishment but doesn't necessarily drain the swamp in ways that some may have been hoping for. so he's walking a line here, he's threading a needle. and for that, trump has named, i should also say, former breitbart head and political outsider steve bannon as his chief strategist, and the choice has liberals all up in arms. our own peter barnes is standing outside of trump tower right now with more. peter? >> reporter: yeah, that's right, trish. and mr. trump's transition team calls them equal partners as they head to the white house this january. priebus said this morning on "fox & friends" that he and ban nonwill continue to make a good team -- bannon will continue to make a good team. listen. >> absolutely essential in order to get anything done.
you're not going to get tax reform done, obamacare replaced done in the capitol unless you have the relationships to get it done. and you have to keep the base and everyone happy at the same time. >> reporter: and one of those key relationships for reince priebus as you recall, trish, is house speaker paul ryan. they're both from wisconsin, they've been good, good friends for 20 years, so that appointment could perhaps help get some things done with congress. we also, reporters also met up with kellyanne conway, mr. trump's campaign manager, as she was showing up here today at trump tower, and she was asked about additional appointments to the trump team. here's what she said. >> some additional appointments. >> a cabinet or -- >> possibly. working on all of that. >> which are your priorities? >> all of the above. >> yeah. how much work and preparation going -- >> very well. we feel it's busier than ever.
>> reporter: so for now everybody is row aring this boat -- rowing this boat in the same direction, but one thing that steve bannon and reince might disagree with some in the establishment republican community about is paul ryan as speaker. bannon has called for him to be removed. probably not going to happen, obviously, since that speaker election for the republicans is tomorrow. trish: yeah. the whole thing is so fascinating. when you think how, peter, he dragged some of these republicans along kicking be screaming the entire way, and yet effectively may have been the one to save them all in the end. and, frankly, save the party from itself. fascinating to watch. he's got his work cut out for him, and as we watch, again, all of these protests unfolding across the country, and we know that george soros is meeting with the democrats in d.c. trying to work up a proposal in terms of how they're going to fight trump, he has got a lot of
work ahead. peter barnes, thank you so much. donald trump promising to deport two to throe million -- three million illegals here, i would note these people are not only here illegally, but they're actual criminals. in other words, he's going after the real bad guys, not after people who may be here illegally and just trying to earn an honest living. here he is in his first interview as president-elect. >> what we are going to do is get the people that are criminal and have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, we have a lot of these people, we're getting them out of our country or we're going to incarcerate. but we're getting them out of our country. after the border is secured and after everything gets normalized, we're going to headache a determination on the people that you're talking about who are terrific people. trish: and yet you've got the left out there reacting to this,
him talking about exporting, deporting actual criminals, as though this is some kind of tragedy. i mean, how dare you deport a criminal. joining me right now, former cia director james woolsey. director woolsey, good to have you here. >> good to be with you. trish: let me see if you can turn towards my camera. i think you're looking a little off center there. you know, director woolsey, i actually don't think that this is a controversial position really at a all. i mean, if someone is guilty of a crime and they happen to, by the way, be here in the u.s. illegally, what the heck are you supposed to do? to a certain extent, isn't this a made-up issue by the left, the left that has made it clear they will never accept him? >> well, we have to look particularly hard, i think, at people who commit multiple crimes including violent crimes like the killer of that young woman on the bridge in san francisco some months back,the
interaction of policy not to go after people like that can and sanctuary cities has produced a very serious situation with respect to violent criminals. now, there are a number of people who are here, as mr. trump just said, who may have been broken the law in getting here, but have led very productive and excellent lives, them and their families. and, obviously, those sorts of people are going to be treated very differently, as he said. trish: but, you know, romm emanuel coming out and reinforcing that chicago would be a sanctuary city. you mentioned kate steinle who was killed by a criminal who had been deported not once, not twice, but five times from this country and still managed to be here and do horrible things. and so this seems to me to be kind of a non-issue. i don't understand how the left is making an issue out of it. >> i'm with you. [laughter] and i think you and i are with
the trump administration on this. it's the demonstrators, or at least some of them, who are outside the realm, i think, of reason. trish: director woolsey, he also mentioned in that interview last night that it doesn't necessarily need to be a wall, in some cases maybe it's a fence. >> right. trish: some have criticized him, they're saying he's backing off his position. to what do you say to that? >> well, he's built a lot of structures. we probably have never had a president who is as experienced a builder as donald trump except maybe thomas jefferson with monticello. [laughter] other than that he's really an experienced builder, and i would think if he and his colleagues, engineers and so forth make a decision that we can get by with a fence for this mile and the next mile, half of it we need a wall -- let 'em work the problem, see what's cost effective. one shouldn't live or die on the proposition of whether it's a fence or a wall.
trish: ambassador woolsey, what do you think about the plans for syrian refugees who have been coming here? obama brought 10,000 syrian refugees here, extended an executive order. donald trump has made it clear he considers that a security risk. what happens to themsome. >> well, i think it is a security risk when the doors are just opened that way. we all believe in what's at the base of the statue of liberty, give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, and people who genuinely have been looked, their history and backgrounds looked into carefully and carefully and thoroughly vetted who are religious refugees or refugees from the violence in syria, they ought to be able to come here as other religious refugees do. but just to open the doors and let in thousands without doing a sufficiently detailed and careful vetting and checking is really dangerous as well as, is not just unwise, it's dangerous to the country. trish: ambassador, i've got to
go, but real quick, you came out for donald trump or ahead of this election. your reaction to the news that he won. >> well, i was very pleased. i had looked into hillary clinton's record as well as donald trump's the previous summer and decided that i really wanted to support him and that she should not be president of the united states. and so far with the people he's picked and the other steps he's taken in his press conference, i think he's off to a good start, and i wish him well. trish: all right. james woolsey, thank you so much. good to see you, sir. >> thank you. good to see you. trish: donald trump promising to repeal and replace obamacare, but the president-elect says there are certain parts of theh, so how exactly will mr. trump kill the rest of the law, how is he going to navigate this one? our own blake burman is on this next. whether it's bringing cutting-edge wifi to 35,000 fans...
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>> real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing the disaster known as obamacare. [cheers and applause] trish: one of donald trump's biggest promises on the campaign trail was to repeal and to replace obamacare. but democrats are promising to fight even with a republican-controlled congress. so how can trump kill president obama's signature legislation, and what might he replace it with? blake burman is outside the white house with some details for us. hey, blake. >> reporter: the president-elect last night giving a slight window into how he might go about repealing and replacing obamacare. mr. trump saying on "60 minutes" that there won't be coverage gaps for the millions who currently depend on the law, and he said he would keep a couple
of the more popular provisions. >> are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still covered? >> yes, because it happens to be one of the biggest assets. also with the children living with their parents for an extended period, we're going to very much try and keep that. >> reporter: now, to overhaul obamacare,s there's likely two paths for republicans, and both rest in the senate. one, of course, would be a complete repeal and replace. that, though, would take 60 votes in the senate. the second option is known as reconciliation, only need 51 votes in the senate. and be from there republicans would be able to target some of the more unpopular, more controversial provisions as they see it like the individual and employer mandate and also the government-backed subsidies. either way, trish, there's a possibility here that democrats might have to swallow some of their own medicine and come to the bargaining table. >> the problem with the replace bill is you're going to need 60 votes in the senate, and
republicans don't have 60 votes. so they're going to have to make a deal with some democrats who might be willing knowing that even if there's no replace bill, there's going to be a repeal. >> reporter: now, trish, the timetable on all of this still remains a bit murky. the experts though who we talked with thought legislatively it would still take about a year from now to get at least something or the beginnings of this put through. trish: very, very interesting stuff. thank you so much, blake burman. you would think that some of the democrats would be willing, because there's got to be some kind of alternative, and they're going to have to come to the realization that they all need to work together at some point. as tough as that is right now, at some point we all share the same common goal, and that's to help as many americans as possible. well, president-elect donald trump promising huge economic growth, and the dow hitting a new lifetime high today, and we
may soon see, dare i say it? dow 19,000. the dow has been in record territory ever since trump's big, historic win. even the liberal newspaper, "the new york times," is producing years of economic growth. wow. so maybe it's time for the rest of america, maybe, to just give their president-elect a chance and watch our economy grow. we're back in two with that. thank you for calling. we'll be with you shortly. yeah right... xerox predictive analytics help companies provide a better and faster customer experience. hello mr. kent. can i rebook your flight? i'm here! xerox customer care services... ...soon to be conduent. wait i'm here! mr. kent? (gasp) shark diving! xerox personalized employee portals help companies make benefits simple and accessible... from anywhere.
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we are down about three points right now, but 19,000 is within striking distance here. it could happen very soon as we look at 18,841 on the dow. so despite wall street's euphoria, some liberal economists are still warning of an apocalypse. gosh, i mean, if you read paul krugman's column this morning in "the new york times," you'd think he's actually praying for one. he says, and i quote: let's be clear, installing donald trump in the white house is an epic mistake. its consequences may wellbe apocalyptic. if only because we have probably lost -- here's the kicker, guys -- lost our last best chance to rein in runaway climate change. there we go again, climate change. anyway, i'm guessing he probably enjoyed writing that epic mistake line. but here's one that had to have brought him a certain amount of pain. herote: don't be surprised if economic growth actually
accelerates for a couple of years. that's paul krugman saying, yeah, we might get a little growth. [laughter] of course, i mean, why wouldn't we? lower taxes, less regulation, a giant stimulus spend on infrastructure, i mean, this is the kind of stuff that generally equates to economic growth, and what do you know? wall street likes it. hence, the rally we've seen over the last several trading sessions. joining me right now, adam shapiro and fox contributor charles hurt. good to see you guys. adam, 19,000 within striking distance? >> reporter: today, no -- trish: this week? i mean, you're about 150 points away there. >> reporter: so here's the problem. i've been asking the traders what should we be looking forward to, and it's the showdown really between president-elect trump and janet yellen. and with the fears that the economy's going to pick up, and i use the word fear only because this is the kind of good thing you want, right? with interest rates possibly
going up which they expect here and inflation going up, you're going to have more options where to invest, and you might not be investing in ec question byes -- equities, you might actually choose bonds -- trish: right. because you might get a little income on those bonds these days. we've been watching the ten-year yield, the two-year yield, charles hurt, seems to me one of the biggest problems with this economy has been the inability of washington to do anything on the stimulus side. i mean, it has been up almost entirely to janet yellen and company to actually do their part. so now all of a sudden you're in an environment where you've got the house, you've got the senate, you've got to value office, what is that going to be mean for the economy in the way of policy? >> well, trish, i think we have an opportunity here -- or president-elect trump has an opportunity the likes of which we have not seen since, certainly, ronald reagan, and perhaps even before that. you know, he has made big, bold promises. he's, as you say, he's got --
you know, republicans control every lever of power even though there is going to be some contention between congress and the white house which i've said many times i think that's a very positive thing. but you've got a guy who has, can put out a bold agenda and fight for it, and he's not afraid to fight for it. it's why he won the campaign. but perhaps the greatest thing that he has going for him is that all of the lobbyists, all of the special interests, all the big industries that usually haunt a new president coming into office do not haunt this guy. he has not, he is beholden to none of them. and so he really can do whatever he wants to do to make the economy heat up in -- trish: well, again, you know, lower taxes, less regulation, a little bit of stimulus thrown in there, that seems to me like a recipe for success. adam, not every company's benefiting, some of the tech stocks have been struggling. [laughter] what's going on there? what's the thinking? is he going to clamp down?
are facebook and twitter going to have to be more accountable when it comes to some of those terrorist-like accounts? >> reporter: well, we had the report last week, i mean, facebook actually told us after we hounded them repeatedly are you reporting, you know, the death threats and the threats of violence against president-elect trump, are you reporting those to law enforcement -- trish: are you reporting them, are you shutting the accounts down. as i recall, adam, you found out some of those twitter accounts had not been shut down. >> reporter: they had not, but twitter said they were reporting them. take a look at apple. i mean, if you want to talk about a company that's huge with a lot at stake with the trump administration, 30% of their revenue comes from china, and already the first salvos in the renegotiation of trade agreements perhaps with china out this morning, and, you know, apple, one threat is the chinese could possibly stop allowing the sale of apple products in china, perish the thought. but 30% of their revenue, that's billions and billions and billions of dollars.
trish: well, it'll be interesting and exciting to watch. charles, for those living on a fixed income, what does this represent? if we're talking about higher yields on fixed income, it means they may not have to be scrounging as much anymore, right? someone who's living week to week, year to year, has a shot at getting some kind of return. >> yeah. well, and certainly one of the biggest benefits of all this will be the repeal of obamacare which, you know, and everybody talked about how terrible it is with everybody's premiums going up. and, of course, they say that it's going to collapse under its own weight, and i believe ultimately it will. but the problem is that, actually, obamacare was working exactly as it was supposed to. if you work, if you have a job, if you work for a living to support your family, suddenly you are going to be paying not only your own health care, but the health care of other people that don't work that you don't even know. and the removal of that kind of burden from working class people is going to be a tremendous --
trish: well, you know, i keep saying you look at these protests going on in the streets, the walkout happening right now as we speak at a los angeles high school, and you know what? what they don't realize right now is the possibility for what can be. there's all this pessimism out there. but i'll tell you, if you can get the economy right, you've got a whole lot working in your direction. so it's up to him. we, again, all-time highs we're looking at on the dow jones industrial average, and it's quite possible that we could see 19,000 this week. i'm going to go out on a limb. we'll see -- >> reporter: you're on that limb alone. [laughter] trish: president obama's going to be holding a news conference any minute now. will the president denounce the violent anti-trump protests that have been taking place across the country? he should. he absolutely should. he shouldn't be like harry reid and actually contribute to this mayhem. donald trump, he may have a point here. i mean, if these were his supporters protesting, can you imagine the outrage you'd see? can you imagine all the calls
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and with six straight day we've been looking at these demonstrations. you can see right there these students stayed a walkout in the los angeles area. trump is calling the protest a double standard. >> we just had an election. it's like every given a little time. if everybody came out and protested. there is a double standard. trish: rick, is there a double standard here? >> if hillary head one and there have been thousands of trump supporters out in the streets engaging in various acts of vandalism it would be a crisis of the american regime.
it would be the worst thing that ever happened to this country. now that hillary supporters someone could support donald trump. there's fair -- barely a peep. this is yet another indication that they truly don't get it. >> in the washington post. stay angry. the media is also a feeding this to a certain extent. i would think is because many members of the mainstream media are left to themselves. they don't like the fact that they just elected president trump and they want to do whatever they possibly can to see that this outrage. ur thoughts.
it is and has been behind democrats and hillary. but she would have one. first of all i don't agree with you. these are people that are hillary supporters. a lot of people that are over high school age. i had interviewed some myself. a lot of these people were anti- hillary. they were protesters then i want to jump in and take issue with the first thing that you said. i would point out i don't think that makes a whole lot of sense. people see through the media. i think your average america they saw through their concerns about hillary clinton and they see through the media which needs to do a better job at being more diverse.
i think of all of these local newsrooms. everything is coming from new york and washington and going top-down. so what you used to have populating it just isn't there anymore. you don't have the diversity of opinion. and they basically admitted this now and some rewards but when they put out a statement saying we failed our readers. that was an implicit concession that their coverage was biased. there are a lot of good reporters who do good work. but the front page for three months was basically devoted. it was a campaign that have some pitfalls. you would think nothing ever happened in thcampaign that was good for donald trump c1 it's a soul-searching moment. again, this is the herd mentality.
i think the point. they certainly wanted hillary to win over donald trump. they're out there breaking stuff and saying not my president. thank you so much. the dcu guys. we will take a quick break. these protests are coming to us out of los angeles. vo: the new pixel, phone by google. exclusively on verizon. the only next gen network that lets you get the most out of it. how is this possible? vo: because verizon lte advanced delivers 50% faster peak speeds in 450 cities, coast to coast. buy a pixel and get up to $400 back. and get 20 gigs of data with no surprise overages, and 4 lines for only $40 each. why settle when you can have it all on verizon?
c1 let's check out the tao. it is hitting a new lifetime high today. we had flatlined pretty much. lifetime highs today. this has been on a roll. since donald trump's stunning victory. they are all falling sharper today. president-elect trump has been a vocal person for these visas. very critical of some of the support. we will be right back.
investigation while running for president hillary clinton should not be blaming james coming for her troubles. he's not the one that permitted the private e-mail search for. she is not the one that deleted 33,000 e-mails in order to keep them out of the hands of investigators. she did. and james comey isn't the one who forgot to report a million dollar donation by the middle eastern country to her family's foundation all serving as secretary of state. shdid. concerns about ethics in transparency aside all problems of her own making she also is responsible for ditching the very people her party pledges to help. blue-collar middle-class workers the new york times reports that bill clinton tried to get her to campaign in the midwest he tried to get her out there to that rough belt like pennsylvania, ohio, michigan.
she didn't need those folks. she was a the party of the cool kids. millenials. minorities. but you know what that wasn't enough. hillary clinton's political career is over. although it's tempting for her and her supporters to blame everyone else but hillary clinton. in this case hillary clinton it was her own worst enemy. right now it's time to look forward to build a safer and more prosperous america. that is today's intel. we won't be right back. -- we will be right back. ld have you were ahead. 32 years at this place and i've got 9 days left before retirement. look jim, we've been planning for this for a long time. and we'll keep evolving things.
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what you seen this year is just ordinary decent people who set they've had enough we want change. very instrumental in britain's independence party and basically the brexit that took place there. and he is saying there's this political revelation taking place around the world. we sought of course in britain. they voted to leave the european union. and then we saw here. americans were tired of losing their jobs. tired of the establishment and the in the elite. telling them what to do. they are hoping for a victory like trump. what role should america be playing in this.
do you agree this is the kind of revolution that we are seen in the western world. >> i always think of something like that. it's what we fundamentally had in the west they are disillusioned with their government. the government doesn't speak to some of their needs. not just for a few years but for a long time. in europe it is aggravating by the sheer open borders that they've head. i think we don't appreciate what is happening and some of their small communities that are relatively crime free communities and now we have a pollution of crime on the streets. i know for fact that talking that to some of my friends. why did he get that kind of support.
you don't understand. it is crime in these communities where we never had it. not all immigrants are committing crimes. >> we have these kids protesting in la today. women showing some live pictures. one of the main reasons they are concerned about his immigration policy. i was sane during the commercial break i don't understand what is so controversial about this. if you someone who is a criminal who has committed a crime and happens to be here illegally and you say okay enough you're out why are they all worked up about that. >> i believe it's one of the failings of this administration that they haven't cracked down on that
themselves. there is no excuse for tolerating people who commit multiple crimes in our country or people who are deported and they come back and commit crimes again. we does have to just head to get tough about this. in dealing with a much larger issue. it appears to me that mister trump has said that working to take a look at that. they will shock them all. if you commit a crime if here illegally you're out. this is a disturbing report we got from isis.
donald trump has a big task at hand he has to get this under control. is he up for it? >> he is a big law-enforcement supporter. i think this threat is likely aspirational but we have to take it seriously. likely the best in the world we know it's the best in the united states they have good intelligence i'm convinced they know how to protect the american people. go out and enjoy the pare. people want to be safe. economically and of course to our homeland security. we will take a quick break and we will be right back.
we were watching earlier of course los angeles students what out of school there. a lot of them can't even vote. clearly perhaps influenced by that. we are waiting on the president. the hope is that they will address some of the protests that they have seen. >> at any moment president obama will step to that microphone in the prissy -- in the briefing room to answer questions from the media. this just before he departs on his final foreign visit of the presidency. no doubt they will pummel him with questions about last year's election. the president-elect for his party working out of trump tower. we are told at this hour that