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whether it's federal, state or local are committed to it, long we have the political backing to get our job done we'll do that. charles: have a safe weekend and now here is lou dobbs. lou: president trump extending his reach, his influence over the nation's capitol, reasserting his control over the agenda and setting conditions for whatever agreement may result on capitol hill on important issues, whether the war on radical islamist terrorism, daca or border security. president trump referring to radical islamist terrorists today by name and making it clear to all that chain migration will not be part of any deal that they legislate in the coming months. the president reserving his
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strongest language today for enemies of this country and calling them out by name. radical islamist terrorists during this comments to our nations troops at joint base andrew. the occasion, the 70th anniversary of the united states air force. and the president recommitting our military totte to the eradin of radical islamic terrorism. >> america and our allies will never be intimidated. we'll defend our people, our nations and our civilization from all who dare to threaten our way of life. lou: the president's comments follow an explosion on a london underground train that left 29 people wounded. the islamic state claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack marking the fifth radical
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islamist terrorist attack in britain alone. president trump in a number of early morning tweets quote loser terrorists in the bombing. it's time for the united states to get quote nasty. reporter: at joint base andrews president trump condemned the attack on the london subway. >> i want to say our hearts and prayers go out to the people of london who suffered a vicious terrorist attack. radical islamic terrorism. it will be eradicated. >> the president raised eyebrows in the u.k. when he appeared to suggest the british police dropped the ball quoting that the loser terrorist was in the
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sights of scotland yard. >> i never think it's helpful for somebody to speculate on ways an ongoing investigation. shortly after that president trump. the two leaders will meet next week on the sidelines of the united nations general assembly in new york. terrorism will be a dominant topic on the u.s. agenda. u.n. ambassador nikki haley put it bluntly. the biggest lapse will be reserved for iran and north korea who many experts believe are colluding on missiles and nuclear weapons. military action is still a possibility. >> we have been kicking the can down the road and we are out of road. for those who have said and comment being the lack of a military option. there is a military option.
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>> i had no problem kicking it to general mattis. i believe he had plenty of options. >> after seeing your capability and commitment here today, i am more confident than ever that our options in addressing this threat are both effective and overwhelming. reporter: the president also took a swing at sports network espn after one of its hosts tweeted monday donald trump is a white supremacist who largely surrounded himself with other white supremacists. the president tweeted out, espn is paying a big price for its politics and bad programming. people are dumping it in record numbers. apologize for unteut. reporter: huckabee sanders
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suggested she wasn't telling espn to fire hill, but doubled down on her assertion that what hill did was a firing offense after they fired a conservative commentator. lou: president trump will take to the united nations his pledge to eradicate radical islamic terrorism, military options that are his in north korea, and the role members of congress have played in obstructing and undermining the president's agenda. congressman, it's good to have you with us. the options the president has in north korea, all of them are tough choices. and kim jong-un shows no sign
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nor does president xi jinping of making mr. trump's choices any more attractive. >> previous presidents, namely mr. clinton and mr. obama paid the ransom to north korea and did not secure the hostage, they did not build down or dismantle the capability. this president is faced with far fewer options that are much more grave. that said, i will tell you he's hitting center on one important point. the deterrent is always in the mind of the aggressor or your opponent. if there is one absolute imperative for north korea, that's the survival of the regime. if any of their missiles become florida joke try to potentially threaten american citizens, that
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the response would be capable of obliterating that regime. if that's clear in their minds, it's a tremendous deterrent. i congratulate the president for that kind of clarity. no matter what kind of words it puts in. even if they are not diplomatic ease. his commitment is very, very, very important. >> i think in that context the president in fact as you well know has made it clear that that threat on his part extend to our allies and our friends in the region. and now we have seen the second ballistic missile. this one capable of reaching guam. we have seen the second one fly over japan in short order. this can't go on, can it? >> it cannot. >> it's absolutely critical that at the end of this exchange, that in the final analysis that
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this capability that north korea has is disman telled and this d is dismantled and it will only get worse. if you look at this threat the lunatic in north korea made about potentially hitting the united states with an electromagnetic pulse. and saying they have nuclear thermal capability, and the yield of those weapons. all of a sudden, that's a magnitude of 150 kilo tons is 8 or 10 times the size of what we dropped on hiroshima. that means they expressed an intent and they indicated their capability is in place. those are significant new things and the primary come own don't any threat. lou: there is an established order under all of this, and that's enabling kim jong-un and
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his entire regime is president xi jinping and the chinese government. there is no sugar coating this. the chinese will be just as responsible as kim jong-un if one thing goes wrong or if he decides to fire a missile at south korea or tries to fire a missile and hit japan or guam or any one of our allies. president xi jinping should be held every bit as responsible as kim jong-un for what transpires. >> absolutely. they will be culpable by the act of just the way they have supported this regime. i think it's important and the president may move in this direction. we talked about additional sanctions and the u.n. didn't gived the kind of sanctions we need. lou: are there sanctions that matter here?
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if we sanction china, and curtailer. >> constrain or eliminate its trade with the west, those are effective sanctions. but to talk about sanctioning a country on already subsistence level, diet and offering very little for its people other than more oppression, i see no reason for sanctions. >> that's a tragic thing and it hurts me terribly for the north korean people. our economy is 1,000 times the size of north korea's. then we absolutely have to isolate in every other way possible until regime collapses. it has to happen that way. because otherwise we are on trajectory for a serious confrontation. lou: we need to keep in full
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view the real consequences here. because china must bear the brunt of those consequences. the impact of those consequences. because it made -- it created this monster at pyongyang. and we have to deal with it and we have to deal with it as well in beijing. >> there are a dozen companies in china that give them 85% of their trade and you are exactly right, lou. lou: congressman rent franks. a lot more to cover here tonight. stay with us. we are coming straight back. the trump administration demand that china step up to stop north korea's nuclear ambitions. >> north korea is a global threat and it requires a global response from all nations.
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lou: north korea's kim jong-un says his country is near its goal of completing its nuclear force. that according to south korean media. the longest launch to date. the trump administration calling on beijing to take direct action against north korea. but beijing is finding excuses for its failure to control its puppet state. they said they don't hold the key to the north korean issue. if china is willing to put out that kind of nonsense.
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they are willing to do nothing to be of help to the united states and regional allies. national security advisor h.r. mcmaster fired back at china. >> this is not an issue between the united states and north korea. this an issue between the world and north korea. lou: and it is without question china's issue. joining us to discuss the latest act of address by north korea. retired lieutenant colonel tony shaffer. north korea, china making this patently absurd statement which -- and i want to give great credit to the national security advisor for calling china on this kind of nonsense. it's the first time in my memory that a u.s. -- senior u.s.
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national security official has said china is full of it and better get real. >> that's correct. he was clear on the fact there is no road to kick the can down. the president has said that the economic interests of china need to be put on the table as something we can deal with. you are on a business channel, you know business is a big thing with china. and we need to threaten their most of favored nation trade status. that's something they value. lou: the president is the one who scared the weak-kneed pencil necks and the corporate establishment of this country when he said a trade war. he said it's time to make certain china understands we'll hold them accountable for ways their creation. and their creation is north korea.
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>> it's not going to get any bert from here. this is the end of the line before tragic things start happening. and the chinese i think are very negligence in their misunderstanding of how much of a bath they are going to take should a war start. they are economically on fragile ground. they have the south china sea. we have not yet -- lou: i think you would agree. we have to give the trump administration great credit. they are challenging china in the south china sea. and this president put three carrier strike forces off the korean peninsula. this president is make it absolutely clear what the deal is. and xi jinping in response is shooting nothing but bull. >> i think we need to start affecting the chinese economy.
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they only have about two weeks of oil at any given time. last time i checked we had some pretty good allies in the gulf region who could help mitigate their fuel. lou: i want to turn to what happened in london. all of us are concerned. our hearts and prayers go out to the folks in the u.k. but the london terror goes on and on and on. radical islamists have it seems a free hands in london to carry out terrorist attacks. the mayor of london said he's calm and will not give in. srnlts that just find and dandy, he will not give in. what kinds of battle cry is that? >> he's an enabler. they defeated the i.r.a. during the northern ireland thing. they are not willing to do that
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here. i don't know how many people in london have to die in london or in england before they get serious and start removing enablers like mr. kahn and others. lou: they have to be proactive and get nasty. thanks very much. on wall street today, we are pleased to tell you on this beautiful friday in america stocks closing at record highs. the dow up 65 points, the s & p up 5. the nasdaq up 19. heavy trading, 17 billion shares. for the week, the dow up more than 2%. the s & p and nasdaq posted weekly gains of 2% each.
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lou: the president calls the unmasking of his transition
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officials the quote tip of the iceberg. we are learning what led susan rice to unmask those names in his transition team. reporter: former national security advisor susan vice told the house intelligence committee that she unmasked the trump officials because she was bothered by a trump tour meeting by the united emirates crown prince. the source also questioned whether rice was more concerned about protecting the iran deal and president trump's foreign policy legacy than russian's election meddling. >> iran was priority one, two and three. they wanted a much more aggressive u.s. posture against first and foremost iranian regional aggression that posed a
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direct threat to them and other gulf states. reporter: the december 16 meeting reportedly included jared kushner, steve bannon, michael flynn and the crown prince. rice says the gulf delegation asked for a meeting with president trump and then canceled and said they weren't come together u.s. t. he is invested in the relationship with putin personally and he's invested some of the uae's own wealth in russia economically. reporter: a source said rice's closed testimony confirmed she used the.
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>> what i read seems to me to be some level of surveillance activity, perhaps legal, but i don't know that it's right, and i don't know that the american people would be comfortable with what i have read. but let us get all the reports. reporter: fox news asked rice and her team whether iran or russia drove her decision to unmask trump officials. she did not directly answer our question but said there is nothing improper, or unusual about such requests mor request. lou: that's certainly their response. can't wait to find out what the truth is. catherine: , thanks so much for your great reporting. stay with us. growing calls for a second
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yours. lou: the top democrat on the intelligence committee meeting behind closed doors with robert mueller. judiciary chairman said his panel will defer to mueller. he's called for a second special counsel to investigate james comey, hillary clinton, and loretta lynch. the case against clinton and lynch and comey also go on. we are joined by fox news legal
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analyst. you hear bob goodlatte say he wants a special counsel to go after these people. there is no doubt that they committed transgression after transgression covering up hillary clinton and comey. my god. >> congressional investigations are good. but you have got to have a department of justice investigation or a special counsel. only the attorney general can appoint one in this case. sessions hasn't done it. there is a great deal of frustration in the executive branch. but things haven't moved in that direction. lou: what the hell is wrong with jeff sessions. he has withdrawn, he's become isolated it seems either in the
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justice department or an undisclosed location, but something is terribly wrong with him. >> he never should have accepted the position. i think he's incompetent. he was a fine u.s. senator. but he's way over his head in the department of justice. he failed to comply with subpoena requests to turn over document. i think the president probably wishes that sessions would step aside. but i don't think the president after firing comey and general flynn wants to be in the position of creating the uproar all over again. lou: do you think the president's new friend, including humaner in the senate would accommodate him.
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>> sessions didn't do anything. lou: they have got to love paul ryan and mitch mcconnell. to hell with democratic love. let's get some republican energy and direct here. the president is clearly leading, and he has these intransigent made october are yo -- made october a mediocritin ryan and mcconnell would step aside and jeff sessions to resign. there is compelling evidence that james comey, hillary
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clinton, and loretta lynch may have committed crimes, not donald trump. lou: he's calling for a second special counsel. my god, we didn't hear from him. the judiciary committees have finally discovered there is something going on beside democratic claims of russian meddling in our presidential election. gregg: they have just awakened from their long slumber. california is a sanctuary state. how big a mess is it? gregg: it's happening all over again the kate steinle situation. an illegal immigrant shot and killed a popular community activist. he got busted by local law enforcement. i.c.e. said hold him, what did they do? they let him go.
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people are getting killed because california is a sanctuary city and state. lou: for people who might have not heard. let me just repeat. gregg said immigration and customs enforcement called for him to be detained. and they were told to go to hell. gregg: they were fold go to hell, they let the guy go, and a couple days later it's revealed this guy is wanted for a killing. lou: the families, kate steinle and dozen of others who are -- sho who have been so -- beset by tragedy in their own families. california is a sanctuary state. what is wrong with jerry brown and the entire democratic party. gregg: i lived in california for
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30 years. i know so many people including family members who are ready to call it quits and move out of california because taxes are absurd, and what's happening, sanctuary policies and other liberal policies. lou: can the administration roll it back? gregg: absolutely. jeff sessions can prosecute under the law people who shield illegal immigrants. there is a specific statute. let's start putting these mayors and police chiefs behind bars. lou: up next, liberals run amok on our nation's campuses. left wing protesters trying to shut down free speech at berkeley and willing to be as violent as necessary to do so. edrollins takes up the war on
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lou: an appearance by ben shapiro at u.c. berkeley ending with nine arrests during a
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protest by the out of it mind left wing. berkeley said it spent $600,000 in security, leaving shapiro to tweet this. free speech isn't free. it costs $600,000 thanks to antifa. shapiro also shutting down a student at the event. watch this and see if you don't agree with measha pirro should be talking on left-wing campuses across the country. listen as this student pressed him on the issue of abortion. >> i believe that in the necessarily being a human alone. >> so when you are asleep can i stab you? >> i'm still considered centian. >> if you are in coma from which you may awake can i staub.
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>> no. >> i'm glad you answered that because i'm i have no interest in murdering you. lou: perhaps berkeley should make shapiro a visiting professor. probably in the course of one school year he would roll back the left-wing movement at berkeley and eliminate it all together. joining me to discuss what has become the lunacy of the left in this country, president trump's battle against the left. ed rollins, the dean himself, edcollins. ed, ben shapiro. ed: i give him great praise for being there. i grew up 10 miles from
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berkeley. i have watched this stuff for 50 years, 60 years. and i think to a certain extent. lou: all of it supported by the taxpayers of california. ed: a great university in spite of the students and faculty. it helped launch ronald reagan's career. id a might conservatives who go to these campuses and stands up. bannon is going soon. but the idea that a public university can shut down people and not allow them is the most outrageous thing going on in society. lou: beyond that the left in this country will not just simply sanction and disown antifa, these left-wing protesters who believe violence
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is appropriate. they want to be handled by kid gloves if it's the police dealing with them. ed: there are a few campuses where they came and got all the violence they wanted. but they quickly run under the cover of the law. lou: these people who say they want to be violent toward the right would not have put up with for a second violence from the right. ed: they don't have a message and they want attention. >> let's give them attention. >> put a camera on them and they can start off anything they want. lou: they are supported by taxpayer supported universities and private universities as well. the president stepping forward saying absolutely they need to be proactive and get nasty with
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radical islamist terrorists. the president again today deciding to name the enemy, and he means business. >> it's very important he does that. he realizes that is the enemy. if anybody else around the world can call him whatever they want to. this is a worldwide group that wants to destroy everything we stand for. lou: we know this because we have been fighting them for 16 years without victory. this path is moving us closer and closer to putting radical islamists, whether it's the islamic state, al qaeda, whatever. >> the young men and women we put in combat deserve a leader like they have today. at the end of the day, the engagement is they are out there shooting at you endangering americans. lou: the president said in
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talking about legislation around daca and the broader issue of illegal immigration. president trump saying this quote in a tweet, chain migration. chain migration cannot be allowed to be part of any legislation on immigration. yay, mr. president. and he is being straightforward about it, because this explodes under daca whatever the congress and the senate couple with if he were to sign it. it would change the numbers by a factor of at least in my opinion about 10. if there are 800,000 daca students, all of them reaching up into the 30s in age. they are not kids as a number of people including senator schumer referred to them. their average age is 26. that would mean not 5 million but as many as 8 million will be
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brought in under chain migration. ed: the whole chain operation. we took in 1.3 immigrants last year, and 65% of those are basically connected to familiar this one way shape or form. you are exactly right. the bottom line is in '86 we had last immigration bill that was successful. we gave immigration to 5 million people, 2.5 million took it. so we basically went to up 10, 12, 14, whatever the number is. you have to make sure whatever you are going to do here is going to work. lou: the white house granted the wish an 11-year-old young man. there he is. the little fella mowing the rose
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garden lawn. he had written a letter to president trump saying it would be an honor to cut the grass at the white house. he barely stopped his work to speak with president trump who called the young entrepreneur the future of the country and he's in the gardening, slanldsscaping and lawn mowing business. an 11-year-old entrepreneur. good to the white house for bringing him to work there on this beautiful day in america. be sure to vote in tonight's poll. the question is, do you believe the 11-year-old got more work done mowing the white house lawn than congress has accomplished all year? we would like to hear from you on this. president trump putting congressional leaders on notice as he sets the terms on his
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agenda. how do you like that, in ryan. mr. mcconnell. mr. schumer. ms. pelosi. steve forbes take the up with me next.t stay with us. when you brush or floss you may have gum problems and could be on the journey to much worse. help stop the journey of gum disease. try parodontax toothpaste. ♪ expestandard.e lexus rx with advance safety... lease the 2017 rx 350 for $399 a month for 36 months. experience amazing at your lexus dealer.
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when a fire is going on, you're running around, you're not thinking clearly, so they called the fire department for us. and all of this occurred in four minutes or less. within five minutes. i am absolutely grateful we all made it out safely. it's kind of one of those things you can't even... you cant even thank somebody. people you don't know actually care about you. to protect what you love, call 1-800-adt-cares lou: in our online poll we asked if you think it obstructionism
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of the republicans has forced the president to turn to the democrats. 83% say yes. ryan and mcconnell. they are burrs under the saddles. they are nothing but obstructionists. they never accomplished anything in congress. there is no reason for them to be there. what does this president have to do to get rid of them. >> he has to go to the people of the nation. make it simple, make it big. pig north naysayers. create heat on capitol hill. congress never would have passed the tax cuts if he weren't have had the support of public opinion. the president has to do that next month. lou: the president laying down markers on illegal immigration and any legislation the democrats and republicans couple with saying there will be no chain migration which changes the mathematics on everything.
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how much credit do you give him? >> trying to prevent chain migration, that's why you call it chain. you bring in one, you bring in 8. he will make it clear, you want the daca act, you have to make sure it am not going to be multiplying. lou: that's what the left will insist upon as they have since 1965. we have seen an explosion in immigration in this country both legal and illegal because of the subsequent chain migration for families, entire families, extended families come into the united states. lou: mr. forbes is a passionate yankees fan. steve: the biggest blocker before he became president, barack obama.
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lou: he and the democrats and the left because all this going back to senator ted kennedy and john mccain, i heard sarah sanders the press secretary use the expression, chills went down my back because we know it means nothing. it's enlarging a problem instead of solving it. this middle class tax cut the president is selling. one can just see the indifference and even the disrespect of both mcconnell and ryan as they sat there in the white house listening to the president. that's not where they live. steve: make it simple, everyone can understand it and then he will get the support for it. complicating it, getting in the weeds.
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make it big simple. reagan showed how to do it. do it again. lou: steve forbes, thanks for being with us. have a great weekend. we'll see you monday. good night from new york. >> announcer: from fox business headquarters in new york city the new "wall street week." maria: welcome to "wall street week," the program that analyzes the week that was and helps position you for the week ahead. our special guest this weekend carlisle group president and chief operating officer, glenn youngkin is here. first here are the big headlines impacting everything from wall street to main street. president trump has been working both sides of the aisle to push for a plan on tax reform. though lately this focus has been more on the democrats. he had dinner with chuck schumer and nancy pelosi.


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