it's available online and in bookstores everywhere. lou has a great lineup tomorrow. judge andrew napolitano. melissa francis. kennedy: there is a new chief of staff in the white house and scaramucci is out. are the shakeups over or will john kelly continue to clean house. judge andrew napolitano takes the case. third grade news is back. so what do the kids have to say about the nonsense in washington. grab your lunch box because it's time to feast on freedom. there is a you are in sheriff in town, a four-star marine general who doesn't take any lip. in a post-priebus white house
general john kelly has a big job ahead of him bringing precision and discipline. his first order of business was to sack the mucch. the general has had impressive results as head of homeland security and now it remains to be seen if his trickle down discipline will work. general kelly has to not only a squash the personality fires that flare among the warring tribes. he is well liked and feared in equal measure which is a diametric shift from reince's reign. it's like bringing in the national guard after a few days of riots.
it's an admission something isn't work and a bold shift is necessary. the biggest issue he faces is managing the president. will it work? well, you can bring a stack of steaks to a vegan barbeque, you just might not have too many takers. general and the president love to win. if they can define common objectives, there is no reason this can't signal the great shift president's fans are ready for and one his foes fear. let's get to it. i'm kennedy. the president has a new chief of staff to clean up the white house. the president this morning
stressed that nothing is wrong at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. tweeting the best stock market ever. lowest unemployment in 17 years. wages raising, border secure. no wh chaos. democratic strategist and. michael malice and senior editor at "the daily caller." katie frates is here. i ask you, katie, is this an admission of failure that kay yoict white house ways weren't working? katie: i don't think they will ever admit anything is wrong. kennedy: hiring john kelly who
is the anti-priebus. katie: i don't know what made trump get to the point where he said i am going to bring in john kelly. i think it's a good move. kennedy: there are some who are worried the administration has too many generals. that this white house is very military. not just the white house, but the department of defense and the national security advisor. is there some benefit to having a four-star marine general who understands the cost of life when you are dealing with a tenuous situation like north korea. >> yes, mr. president.
kennedy: are you saying because general kelly is battle hardened and he has been through a lot in this life and seen a lot, he's the only one who can withstand mood swings? >> he has had people point and scream in his face and he had to sit there and not bat an eye. kennedy: scaramucci. were you surprised to see him relieved of duty so soon after he started? >> many of us at fox do know him. what i will say about sean spicer and scaramucci. they are pleasant people to be around. the fact that they got that insane shows what kinds of white house this is. if i were in that position i would have melted down immediately. you say there is a lot of generals in this white house.
it doesn't seem to be working. kennedy: everyone is trying to create parallels between watergate and the nixon and trump presidency. watergate still generates so much interest in literature. the books that follow the trump presidency will be fascinating. trump is like he has had no political experience. you can't take a politician and put them in charge an international real estate conglomerate and expect them to handle it either. kennedy: kelly has so much on his plate, i was surprised to see shim take the job. i think he did the out of a sense of duty. managing the personalities in the white house and fixing the leaks and wrangling the
president. can it be done? >> i have faith. i'm not going to say everything is a lost cause. he has been dealing with situations like this in the military for a very, very long time. he's not coming into this grow having to deal with people who don't want to listen. people who are hot cannons. he knows what to do. >> people in the military train to operate and listen. nobody in that white house is trained to listen. >> but he knows how to teach them. kennedy: chaos and order are diametrically oppose. you could make the argument order needs to work because chaos hasn't. president trump and the senior officials aren't letting up
pressure on congress to repeal obamacare. mick mulvaney said this yesterday. >> poll the american public and find out what the most of important issue of is to them, and it's healthcare. in the white house's view they can't move on in the senate. kennedy: president trump doubled down over the weekend, tweeting, if the new healthcare bill isn't approved quickly, bailouts for lawmakers and insurance companies will ends very soon. -- will end very soon. >> all they do is react to the left. kennedy: there are some who are ideologically bound to cost cutting. but when you look at some of the
people opposed to healthcare, people like thomas massie. but the point is, that's an ideology. very few people are tethered to taken ideology. >> that's why i'm an anarchist. this problem is not solved with politics. trump is brilliant. the way he got presidency as a republican was turning the republican base against the republican establishment. he's make them look even more like losers. >> it's sad when the state of the affairs is the republican party is being beat by the democratic party that isn't really a party. kennedy: even nancy pelosi is saying we don't need to win in the mid-terms. well, you do if you want to get
bacback in power. >> people seem to forget that democrats it's a convenient thing for hem to throw out healthcare. they can ignore all the problems in their own party, their horrible fundraising efforts. i don't know what mitch mcconnell is doing. you are saying obamacare is going to implode. we'll have to wait to negotiate with democrats and it will turn into single payer. it will brands everyone in the senate as a liar, and go team. kennedy: how excited were you senate john mccain flew to washington, d.c. to give the president a thumbs down. >> i was if temperature the enthralled. kennedy: the panel and i are
going to see you. but it looks like the u.s. relationship with russia has taken a turn for the worse. kremlin ordered the united states to remove 755 diplomatic staffers from russia. mike pence said the u.s. went intimidated. >> we hope for better days and bert relations with russia. but recent actions taken by moscow will not determ our commitment to the ask security of the united states, around allies and freedom-loving nations around the world. kennedy: putin is blaming us saying we are suffering from quote political schizophrenia. do we need to worry about the russians or should we be on describing medication?
joining me to break it all down is lieutenant colonel ralph peters. let's talk about russia. if this is collusion, it's no good for russia. >> what a mess this is. the thing everybody in the media is missing with the head lines, we are going to cut our embassy staff in russia. that's a sign of his desperation of his powerlessness. it's all he can do. they can't put a trade embargo on us. his bloodless take over of crimea emboldened him. he went to ukraine, but they were ready. then went to syria, and he's still there.
kennedy: russia is just coming out of a recession and further sanctions make it almost impossible for them top recover. are they spread too thin militarily? >> vladimir putin has a core of competent even excellent forces. but that's about 15% to 20% of the russian military. they are overstressed. they are strained in syria, eastern ukraine and elsewhere. putin has got wren is by bluff. he's a master at bluff, a great poker player. he has a great sense of what he can get away with nell went into eastern ukraine. now he's hitting walls. but almost by sheer accident our russia policy evolved very, very well. kennedy: and quickly. this is obviously a major shift for the administration.
i'm wondering is putin is thinking, man, i gout into power and this is how you thank me? >> i'm sure he is. life is full of wonderful ironies. russian efforts to influence our election backfired enormously. the great news for america is our system of checks and balances is work. founding fathers were great, the constitution saw the future through a crystal ball. congress is under no illusions. republican, democrat. the russians are our enemy because putin has chosen to make them our enemies. there is nothing against the russian people. i'm perfectly happy to let them drink themselves to death. putin is a menace, we have got to take him seriously and i think at last we are. kennedy: thank you very much for your unorthodoxed insight.
>> accurate insight. kennedy: 0 republicans want to bring in a second special counsel to look into hillary clinton. judge andrew napolitano is here on whether hillary is about to be investigated again. how much did the hillary clinton benghazi investigation cost? the shock answer after the break. ♪ the great beauty of owning a property is that you can create wealth through capital appreciation, and this has been denied to many south africans for generations. this is an opportunity to right that wrong.
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meddling in the election. some republicans on the hill say the republican public has a right to know. members on the judiciary committee have written a letter to the department of justice for a special counsel to investigate matters connected to the 2016 election and previously public figures like attorney general loretta lynch, f.b.i. director james comey and former secretary of state hillary clinton. >> the stuff just keeps coming. kennedy: for a long time you and i talked about the assumption hillary clinton did commit crimes. but at what cost do we pursue justice? judge napolitano: a great question. do we want to look like a banana
republic? where the people in power pursue their former opponent who are out of power to try to lock them up so they can never resist them again. or do we not want the clintons to get away with things because their last name is clinton. the president says he fired jim comey for dropping the ball on hillary clinton. is there anything to prevent jeff sessions in taking all the evidence the f.b.i. has with mrs. clinton and presenting it to a grand jury to see if they want to indict her? kennedy: sessions recusal has nothing to do with whether he can go forward on the investigation. judge napolitano: the investigation is done. all they have to do is present it to a grand jury and ask them to indict. there are emails showing the clinton campaign met with agents
from the ukraine. donald jr. and paul manafort and jared kushner met. so the issue is did any agreement come from the meeting with the you cranes. but it's unall of to accept anything of value from a foreign asal or foreign government when you are running a campaign in america. judge napolitano: a box of role egg watches is something of value. but here we are talking about damning information about donald trump. one theory is trump won, clinton lost. what do we care what techniques she used against him. but look what they are putting him through on the basis of allegations only.
so why should she skate on this. these are arguments the republicans on the senate judiciary committee are making. this is something jeff sessions can do on his own. on the other hand. independent counsel rudolf giuliani to decide whether mrs. clinton should be indicted? do you think it would have the same outcome? i don't. kennedy: how do you break the stalemate. how do you decide there is a great injustice here, but also there is so much rotten political discourse, does this move the country forward? judge napolitano: i have not seen and none of us have whatever jeff sessions saw when he became attorney general that
made him recuse himself on the russian investigation. it leads me to believe there might be something there. i have also not seen the f.b.i. file on mrs. clinton. i understand if it were printed it would fill a tractor-trailer. it's enormous. i'm talking about not just the emails, i'm talking about the clinton foundation as well. then you have the lindsey graham argument. do we want to go through this? kennedy: the president told leslie stahl he didn't want to do that. judge napolitano: if they pursue mrs. clinton is it to get trump off the front pages? kennedy: can mueller investigate hillary clinton? judge napolitano: no, he doesn't have that charge. but chris wray can say here is your next case. kennedy: what do we know about
chris wray? judge napolitano: he works for the attorney general. he would have no choice. there is too much pressure and too much republican control of congress. they can't seem to take care of obamacare but this stuff they can take care of. kennedy: they have to make hour she is not made a victim again. kennedy coming up. violence breaks out in the streets of venezuela after president maduro claims victory after an election they call a sham. ♪ ♪
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results. food and medicine scarce at best. nikki haley, ambassador to the united nations tweeting we won't accept an i will le lit mat government. mike baker is here. welcome back. so, what would a 1950s era cia do about maduro? >> that's not a hypothetical question at all. it's on our doorstep and it's a serious issue. it gets overshadows because of what's going on in the world and what's going on in the white house. but this is a disaster on our
doorstep. you use the term dictatorship. but maduro is continuing what chavez was working his way toward. is it worse? he's worse in the sense we had now the degrading of that country during the chavez period of time. this is the ultimate result of a grand socialist experiment. maduro is driving the bus and the wheels are falling off after years of treating the citizens like dirt. trampling on democracy and civil rights. so this is the sort of thing we look the it from up here and we have a hard time processing it. we have no understanding of the chaos and disaster going on. my company has been working in venezuela for a number of years and we have been watching this place fall apart over a period of time.
it descend into further chaos. over 100 people have been killed since april. i think -- maduro, what he has essentially done, the big issue is they had a national assembly, elected officials by the people. they would basically rubber stamp what chavez and maduro wanted. but he wanted more. he didn't want any opposition. the national assembly, they took over in late 2015. they won a majority of the seats. so the opposition had a role to play. he stacked the supreme court with loyalists so he couldn't be impeached. he says we are throwing away the national assembly. we'll have representatives all chosen by me, maduro, including his wife.
and there is no other choice for the opposition except to take to the streets. kennedy: it appears two political assassinations over the weekend. we'll keep an eye on it and we are always looks for solutions. >> i don't have solutions but i can talk about the problem. kennedy: don't be too quick to brag about how smart you are. according to an open. ed -- to anop-ed, it's nothing d of. being smart is a privilege you are born with. the party panel is back.
i guess the biggest problem with his argument is the assumption that intelligence is an immutable quality that you are born with that cannot be influenced or changed. >> which is dumb. he works at a university, he works at a college it's all about becoming smarter. it's liberals making people feel better and the smart people are the bad ones. kennedy: are we the bad ones? >> i have a 160 i.q. so i'm above the mean. john ralls, his idea is if you
are born with an advantage you owe it to people to apologize for that. this is what he's saying if you are born tail's a problem, if you are born smart it's a problem. we all know plenty of smart people do nothing with their intelligence. just because you are born with this tool box you won't accomplish anything in your life. kennedy: it can be influenced by outside factors. >> for the better and for the worst. >> i'm a liberal and i believe if a mother feeds their child during years their brain develops better. there are all these different outside influences. intelligence isn't about are you above everyone else. it's not that you walk out into the world and know more than everybody else. >> i do.
>> if you are humble and are able to take in information you will become smarter. two years? one mouth? kennedy: does that mean attractive people should shame themselves into wearing burlap and no makeup? >> attractive people get more opportunities than smart people. so the smart people have to work harder. kennedy: we'll smother him with pillows during the break. i'm going to ask a bunch of kids about what's going on in the world of politic. what do they think about scaramucci, bernie sanders and hillary clinton. potsch: you each drive a ford pickup, right? (in unison) russ, leland, gary: yes. gary: i have a ford f-150. michael: i've always been a ford guy. potsch: then i have a real treat for you today. michael: awesome. potsch: i'm going to show you a next generation pickup.
michael: let's do this. potsch: this new truck now has a cornerstep built right into the bumper. gary: super cool. potsch: the bed is made of high-strength steel, which is less susceptible to punctures than aluminum. jim: aluminum is great for a lot of things, but maybe not the bed of a truck. potsch: and best of all, this new truck is actually- gary: (all laughing) oh my... potsch: the current chevy silverado. gary: i'm speechless. gary: this puts my ford truck to shame. james: i'll tell you, i might be a chevy guy now. (laughing) my dad called them up and asked for "the jennifer garner card" which is such a dad thing to do. after he gave his name the woman from capital one said "mr. garner, are you related to jennifer?" kind of joking with him. and my dad was so proud to tell her, "as a matter of fact, she is my middle daughter". so now dad has the venture card, he's earning his double miles,
pant suit, a state issued ankle bracelet or a vial of children's tears. >> pant suits? kennedy: and a vial of children's tears. who is this fella. >> bernie sanders. kennedy: what did his neighbor accuse him of stealing. >> probably the newspaper. kennedy: i didn't steal your paper. i reappropriated it for my own culture. who is this person? >> anthony scaramucci. kennedy: very good, gina. what is his nickname, is it the mooch, the real deal or twinkle toes. >> i think the mooch. kennedy: who is this guy? >> i don't know. kennedy: this is donald trump.
who did he get in trouble for meeting with, the democrats, the russians or the back street boys. >> the democrats? kennedy: we would have taken the democrats over the russians because it's the same thing at this point. don jr. is so fun. who is this? brooklyn? gina? >> is he another one of donald trump's sons? kennedy: he is, but he doesn't know it yet. so this is michael phelps. michael phelps. what did he race on tv recently, a horse, a shark or a bicyclist. >> a shark. kennedy: that's right, he raced a shark. >> really? >> i heard about that. kennedy: did he win or lose?
>> i don't know i didn't watch. >> kennedy: he was eaten by the smashing. do you think president trump is doing a good job. >> i don't know. kennedy: what are your stance? are they good or a tool for mind control. >> we have been spinning our wheels on too many important issues. kennedy: who mays the bills when you go to the doctor? >> probably my mom. now, you guys ready to play real news-fake news? i'm going to right. you hold up the paddle if it's real news or fake news. whoever wins is going to college for free thanks to bernie sanders.
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kennedy: michael moore took to twitter to bash the president and girks n up interest in his off-broadway show. you disagree with someone one insult your way to victory. after the president digitally exhorted republicans top resuscitate healthcare, lindsey graham said you lost, you lost november 8 and you lost friday. loser. for someone who has made a
compelling populist case in past documentaries. he lost his touch no longer sounds witty or lucid. so he drones on with boring insults. people are angry about this presidency and they wish things were different. but hillary and bernie lost and we are going by the rule book known as the constitution. moore predicted trump would win but ema thieds with voters who would take him over the goal line. either that or he needs to hire a better social media person so he sounds interesting. thank you so much for watching the show tonight. you can follow me on twitter and instagram @kennedyfbn. and email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. body treatment system
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