hello, everyone. i'm andrea tan tear roes along with bob beck, dana perino, eric bolling greg gutfield and kimberly guilfoyle. this is the fox five. we are just 47 days away from the midterm elections and there's serious in-fighting in the democratic party. the knives are out for one the most powerful female democrat, debbie wasserman shultz. a scathing report out today paints an ugly picture of the white house trying to remove debbie from the top spot at the dnc. today the white house was asked what it thought are ms. wasserman shultz and here's how josh earnest framed it. >> based on the strong track
record of leadership she's demonstrated at the dnc, the president has strong confidence in her ability to lead that organization. >> not exactly. bob -- >> why are you coming to me? >> because, look -- >> you have inside info. >> i do. >> and for anyone who's work the in media and walk d.c., this was a planted story, a coordinated effort not just in politico but buzz feed. the white house's prince all over it trying to do damage control and use ms. wasserman shultz as a human shield before they see huge losses in the mid-term. let's blame her and say, oh, that she spends more energy tending to her own political ambitions than helping democrats. let's throw her under the bus, make ourselves tlook better. >> if you know debbie, you'd understand why people say that. two schools of thought. people in the white house who do think she should go. others think it would be crazy to thwart and election.
the people who think she should go think the democrats are in such straits, a minor shake-up. i don't buy it for a second. i don't think she's going anywhere but got the knives out and i have to ask dana about the comment from the press secretary but it didn't sound overly enthusiastic? >> surprising it's taking that long because i think she's been a major problem for a long time, but was president obama's choice. okay? so there were other recommendations and he said, no. i want her. so the fact that in the article in politico and buzz feed there's one goquote very cuttin. the president sees her and says, what? you need another photo, debbie? right? which means you're coming around too much. why don't you go do a job. everything that is in that quote is the theme of the article. i think, also, that hillary clinton doesn't like the way that debbie wasserman shultz has run the dnc and she'll want a change for after the midterm. i don't know why they waited --
sorry. i don't know why they didn't wait until after the elections. seems unfire do this to debbie wasserman shultz. accused of lying on-air and defending things president obama said. it's not her fault president obama said it. that goes to the top. that's his fault. >> she said the president lied about something? >> obamacare and you can keep your doctor was the biggest one. i don't understand why the white house doesn't blame harry reid. he is actually -- i think more unlikable. i think he's more of a problem for the democrats, and he's also the one who is about to lose the senate. why blame the house person? she was never going to be able to flip the house. i think -- i would have blamed harry reid. >> spend the night with harry reid and mitch mcconnell. dock about sominex sales plummeting. >> doesn't it seem odd for a white house -- they've run this playbook before. they run it like a jury trial. create doubt in the minds of democrats and americans that debbie wasserman shultz is doing a really bad job and she actually has been doing a fairly
bad job. screwed up on an immigration message. recent comments about scott walker saying raised his hand, pulling the hair of women. isn't this pulling debbie wasserman shultz hair? >> they're giving them the back of their head. wrote the exact thing. leaked the story. politico writes it. white house says, no. been great and planted the seed that they want planted. water it a little bit here and there. when mid terms come and slaughtered across the board, lose the senate, the house maybe gain a few seats in the house, they can go back and say, she bungled that message. then can be the scapegoat. it's fairly obvious. ship in it? >> you guys sit here every day, how valid, incompetent this white house is. just outlined a strategy that take as constructive white house to do that. >> a reporter -- >> this is politics. >> we're going to get a story
leaked -- >> this is politics 101 and the white house is pretty good at politics, and smearing others. what i don't understand is why they're going after a woman. >> well, you know, the democrats want her head which is 98% hair. she's not a scapegoat. these a scape poodle. and in terms of whether this is sexist or not, everyone knows that liberals cannot ever be sexist. it's like a tree falling in the woods. if the media isn't reporting on it, it never happened. so as long as it happens to a democrat, it's just normal. her time has come. you know what? you should not take comfort in any of this in-fighting, because wasserman shultz beat the republicans twice as an incompetent. who you really have to worry about, the republicans who keep getting beaten by people who aren't very good. >> it's an impossibility to lose the senate right now if you're a republican. if anybody can do it it's going to be republicans. two times in a row done it and
better candidates. democrats are weaker, don't have a message. i'll tell you, do not count it locked up. i think it's going to happen, but the republicans, just so incompetent. nobody cares about obamacare. >> isn't that a danger, though, dana. thinking, if the republicans win the senate, a lot of people think that they will, they're going to pat themselves on the back as if they didn't something right to win the senate. i'm not sure that necessarily there is a cohesive message coming out of the party. the danger, we win did such a good job, get too confident and never get a strategy for 2016. >> i don't think that's how most of the people running the party now and that are looking at -- in a position to win it and in part of leadership on the house and senate side, i don't think they think of themselves in great shape. i think they think it takes a lot of hard work. they've been humbled, much more disciplined. look at louisiana. this is a state where the senate race, most people thought mary landrieu would be able to win re-election. the poll that came out today shows she's actually in deeper
trouble than they thought. the most electable republican won every primary. but it doesn't mean they're going to waltz into it. it's really difficult. 47 days, you can imagine october surprises. the other thing that debbie wasserman chutes hschultz has b to do, and president obama, raised a ton of money. and continuing to raise money. the other things republicans that have done, the ones who will win, that will be great. think of how much money republicans had to spend in races they didn't need to. resources the democrat didn't have to -- >> the democrats are doing it, too. forced to spend money in a lot of states they never thought they'd have to. >> because of republican, not other democrats. >> i mean, but what dana said is right. for once republicans have not figured out ho to screw things up with bad mefl messages. seems to be -- disciplined. >> they have one message.
not obama. guess who else is figuring out that's probably the right message for the mid term, some democrats. literally pushing away. shaheen,wñ pushing away from president obama. >> i don't expect to see president obama in new orleans. put it that way. >> or the tightly contested races. they want his money, not his face there. >> the republicans have to understand, though, that they have to be better than the left in all in this, because the media only cares about the flaws that are performed by the right. so the media is like rooster g cogburn. sees half the story. no matter how well their doing, reverse -- i calling crowelling. it could happen at any time. you think it's going well, the media will go, this is happening. we must do something. we must find the guy saying something really stupid. which is -- >> that's one thing. tell you, i would expect an october surprise. i'm telling you.
i think i know what it is, i'm not going to say, but it is going to shake things up. >> don't you think republicans have to do better than just we're not obama? >> right now? >> maybe not now. eventually you have to give voters a reason to pull the lever for your own party? >> no. this is -- you can coast right now. all the polls are, they're even going further. like, you know -- >> that's so short-sighted. >> now looking at seven or eight, some of the big polls look at maybe eight senate seats. the message is working. we're not obama. don't want more of that. >> okay. we're not obama next year and the year after that and the year after that? i mean, i'm not trying to give the party a hard time, but that's not -- there is a cohesive message? what is it from the republican party now? >> there's not somebody at the top but not going to be until there's a presidential candidate. they have it on the democratic
side. had obama six years. the republicans kind of had it with mitt romney. not really. in each of the races you have to look at them individually. that's how they're fought and that's how they're going to be won. in alaska, the issues are different than in louisiana and in north carolina. >> not midterm. >> yes. of course i can say, agree with that i thought the question was about the mid-term. on the republican side for the first time in a long time because of a lot of efforts i think by the party leadership including rines priebus, communication is better this time around than many years past. they are faster, more professional. not been on tv saying stupid things. and they've also been in these states where they hadn't been for a long time. think about michael steel, the republican chairman for under -- when president bush was president and in 2006 had those huge losses of the republicans. i mean, the equivalent of the debbie wasserman schultz being
trashed by the white house is, if president bush had done that to michael steel, imagine the outcry that would have happened then. i think a lot of changes, a lot of positive ones. hard-fought. takes six years, but it's starting to pay off. >> the strongest poll numbers obama had was the national security. interesting for democrats. finally got that issue back eight, ten years ago, but obama fell because of what's happened. the impact -- not a big believer in foreign policy. in fact, in mid-term ealections. every single day beaten up on the isis thing. >> his own doing. >> security moms are coming back to the republican side. bill clinton won so many women, because doing well -- >> people were doing well financially and they were doing well because they had peace in the world. now a lot of women that voted for george w. bush who we lost, republicans lost the election of barack obama are coming back to the republican side because of this isis threat and obamacare is a huge reason why.
republicans actually have an opportunity to wirch back women, if they could not stick their foot in their mouth. >> our country doesn't have the luxury of quibbling over division anymore. the three steps that i mentioned before, united country, again for the gender-driven media. america is ready to be america again. that should be the solution, the slogan for republicans for the long term is that we're tired of being black american, gay american, hispanic-american. let's just be americans again. got these people we have to kill. number two, start finding people who charm and do not chafe. we should have a zero tolerance for the shrill, the hysteric, the witch. >> a touch tigh time with that also as a conservative, we have to win and overlook slivers of differences. if you have a credible winner, a candidate with an 80% acu, pick him, or her, over the quack with 100%. >> one thing reminds me of.
in '84 ronald reagan ran on that platform basically. i can tell you, i was on the back end, got his tattoo here. a good politician. figured out the division in america was a theme that was a negative theme. knock it down and campaigned on "this morning america." remember that? >> yeah. >> you don't have any ronald reagans. >> they'll find one. >> in the battleground states now is that voters don't think republicans have their back at all. so they have to become the populist party with the back of the middle class, which is something that they could do. >> you think they could become the populist party? >> i do think they can, with the right message. >> the party of -- coming up, a sweeping raid in australia, public executions planned. we'll tell you about that, up next.
perform public beheldings. toted prime minister described their plan. >> direct exhortations were coming from an australian who i apparently quite senior in isil to networks of support back in australia to conduct demonstration killings here in this country. so this is not just suspicion, the police and security agency has decided to act. >> so that was quite chilling to hear. to learn about that. and greg, i wanted to asking awe, they needed 800 police officers, or 800 people were actually used to try to take down these individuals intended to do the beheadings. >> there's oddly good news to this in the sense that this is the kind of terror we've come to expect as opposed to planes
flying into buildings. they have to do these fanned out attacks. the important part of the story, though, is the terrorists were getting operation's direction from isis to australia, and nsa, our nsa, helped -- helped australia find these creeps, which marginalizes snowden and greenwald to be nothing but mere footnotes in our history. now we know what matters in this world. here's the problem. if political correctness forbids you from profiles, all you can do, blanket surveillance. what do you do? >> these guys didn't get any direct control from isis. they got to web cages, what's happening now. >> that's not true, bob. >> why don't we get the credit to the fbi and australian police. >> we are giving them credit saying they are being vigilant -- what is your -- >> my point is that i think we could defend our homeland just fine with the police that we've got and not worry about
increasing military in iraq and doing the kind of things you're talking about, some people are talking about. the other thing -- mts i'm talking about spying. >> i look at that nsa story. that says, you have to believe somebody in isis is actually sitting back there in a command and control situation talking directly to people -- >> exactly what happened. >> they're here. >> i don't believe that. >> okay. >> if you don't believe it, it's got to be world. >> the world according to bob. next to this sound bite, because the iranians weighed in and, of course, tried to mock our president. look. >> our americans afraid of giving casualties on the ground in iraq? are they afraid of their, you know, soldiers being killed and, in the fight they claim it is against terrorism? if they want to use plane and if they want to use unmanned plane so that nobody is injured from the americans, is it really possible to find hardship
without sacrifice? >> all right. so, eric, basically trying to tweak our president and i don't like it. >> who does like to? listen, isis is a threat. there's a bigger threat and those guys. the iranians. >> absolutely, the state-sponsored terrorist, finance all terror around the world. for us to back off and pull sanctions up is just -- it's so tone deaf right now we should be increasing sanctions. they're not going us favors. please. they're backing syria. it's a scary, scary thing what's going on with that country's ptt drill and frac your way into oil and we don't have to worry about those -- >> that's a solution, bob. actually a solution. >> and stab you in the back. >> andrea in here. ask you, because next week the united nations general assembly gathers in new york. do you think there will be a coalition, ability to build a coalition when they get here? maybe talk in person? >> no. i don't think so. the opportunity was a long time
ago, and if you're looking at both of them, i do think isis and iran are both threats. different reasons. i agree with you, eric. iran is a bigger threat. if we crush isis if we do, we prop up friend assad. look back, chosen iran twice. historically. went went into iraq and crushed saddam hussein, who was one of the greatest gifts that we ever gave iran, by crushing saddam hussein. we put in a government in iraq, which became stepchildren of iran. and so we watched christians get slaughtered inatic for how long but made certain to install an ally to iran. historically, that's the problem with democracy building. great question. isis or iran? we've chosen iran twice, historical historically. >> talking a the united states being a gutless and -- they have not put a single person involved in this fight and they're the ones who could get killed and this was an opportunity by wait
for obama, which i cannot believe they didn't take. to respond. >> people into the fight, the word is -- >> said they wouldn't take baghdad. >> okay. the problem, that was the iranian president. worse is the mullahs. >> supreme leader even more islamic, and if you get into digging to what he has to say, that will scare the heck out of you. >> crazy town. iran, heckling the u.s. like that name-calling clown at the carnival drunk tank. so we only go there, go to the fair once a year, but that's his life. iran is a big, stupid clown, and we're america. the apology has to end here, because this is how we got here. they have no -- the middle east chaos is borne on our weakness. the apology core has to end and end with a big bank. >> got to go. ahead on "the five," a new survey says the american people
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compliant at pizza dough. maher is whining about competition. we'd all get along if you just agreed with him. a in a stall jar shanostalgia s president. and now kiss your butt and you scream polarization. leftism thrives absent of competition which is why lefties hate competition. if maher were a tennis player he's prefer hitting against the backboard than an opponent. the seal audience is ben-gay. to maher's point. >> you have a better argument that each side just talks to its side, listening to its side. >> right. that's polarizing. blame it all on fox news doesn't seem completely fair. >> he's right. we like having our assumptions met. especially when old like me, but this thought segregation shrives on campus whereó
enforced disguised at tolerance. hateful allowing for mob rule. maybe it's time for us righties to move beyond confirming ideas and try converting. better, persuading others why it feels good to be there. articulating your position to people who really rarely hear it takes guts, charm and homework. it also means getting out of your comfort zone which can be fun. especially if you're drunk.2#n >> do you think, andrea, seinfeld make as decent point that discourse has become segregated, natural, because we like being around people who agree with us? >> of course. but before fox news there was nowhere to get the other side of the story. >> yes. >> so fox news did the country a disservice. they would like to believe that fox news is so big and so powerful and they dominate all of these other news organizations, that's what maher went on to say, but you look,
greg, at all of stories of this white house actually coordinating with news networks. relying on msnbc and cnn and butting their people, while president obama is currently in office, there to do their bidding. a number of accounts of organizing for america, would go with outside group, media matters, writing news casts. >> right. doj. >> one ex employee says basically media matters was writing our news cast every night. upset, a monopoly and total domination. getting out the circle, your point a good one. it's get comfortable being uncomfortable, and not a lot of people like to go into areas and talk to other people and other voters. the easy too talk with someone who agrees with you. it's tough to talk to somebody who doesn't. that is an important point for the republican party to note, if they want to stay relevant. >> right. eric, i've noticed you're one of the few he'll that actually does talk to people who don't agree with you. like i know that you -- you drank with people from msnbc.
got disgusted by, but -- >> by the way, they don't buy drinks back. >> the weird thing -- >> i want to hear their side of it, but i'm trying to figure what bill maher -- what's the problem here, bill? you got nbc, cbs, msnbc, cnn. media matters, politico, the white house briefing room. all on your side. you don't want to see the other side? some of the most interesting stuff when you listen to the other side. utthe other channel on for a while and listen to it and you go -- i'm going to talk about that tomorrow on fox, because that is ridiculous. what they're thinking? out of their mind. showing the other side is just fantastic. and i won't drink with them anymore. >> you can still drink with them. bob, you last. i want to see your head explode. >> i got something to say. >> exactly. what they're really saying is they don't want competition. all it. >> the competition is good. i think the republican communications apparatus of communications is better than yao years past but i this
conserve kiv media, writing is better, reporting you mentioned, steve hayes, his reporting on benghazi ca benghazi compared to anybody else, second to none and quality better. presentation won't necessarily be so. look at the conservative magazines that come to my house. guys, update the nts. okay? >> still dress lie p.j. o'rourke. >> i love him and the conservatives. >> but don't wear khakis to the beach. you know? come on, people. all right, bob, latest galley -- gallop survey, 60% don't trust the news to be reported at all. all-time low. that so bad? >> nots all that bad. a couple things straight. we don't like competition? we don't get competition from you guys, number one. two, the idea, talking about polarization. i wrote a book about that started in '85, before fox news was on and the other thing, if you want competition oust white house, dana's white house, the right wing radio talk show host down the line. >> a brilliant event, by the
way. talk radio day oh, my gosh. arcadia row, a brilliant, brilliant pr move. >> it was. but it wasn't as if the democrats thought of it. >> totally media. you had all of the rest of the media. give us one day. >> all the rest of the media -- >> isn't bill maher polarizing himself? >> oh, no. you think that? >> a ridiculous comment coming from him. >> a big fan of polls for sure. >> poll aarity rates. >> i meant stripper poles. and front and center, the nfl. could that ruin america's favorite pastime? that debate, next. [ breathing deeply ]
quick thoughts on all of these. please, first up, the nfl has been all over the news media, prin and cable, not for the right reason. not for play on the field. unfortunately covering the national felon leagues criminal woes but rush has thoughts on the media culture. >> reporter: the overall arrest rates in the nfl, only 13% for the general pub lk among men aged 25 to 30 and yet what are we on the verge of doing? this is an illustration of the power of focused intense agenda-driven media. and what is the agenda here? the agenda is, liberalism and its own sociological revolution. >> all your fault. -- first of all, i'll really gad to see rush back on. don't rare buy get him on, every three, four years. it's a ridiculous statement. look, first of all, back to the nfl per se, and not listen to that crap about liberals.
once you blame liberals, we take it, all our fault. finally. >> you agree. >> finally ay glee. start winning, you'll be fine. the fact of the matter is one thing that has gotten away with this, the nfl has taken a bad hit. the teams under contract to, you pointed out before, i think they're getting away with murder here. have you heard anything about the ravenses? have they done anything? >> we're hearing some of the big advertisers saying, listen, nfl, get your act together or we'll start pulling ads. that's creating change, but, again, i think that's misfocused. >> if i'm correct, they're concerned but continuing to advertise while there is a decision to be made. so i think let's wait and see what happens there. i don't know if the nfl is the place to set societal norms. i'm not -- so i agree with rush in that sense. >> i kind of think it might be. it's the most watched
television. it's the most followed. i was reading that the box scores. when the rap sheets are -- >> the "wall street journal." >> you were not. reading this. a sports page. >> got to move on. when the rap sheets get longer than the stat sheets, it's a problem. >> increased scrutiny, easier for people not in sports to talk about sports. moat of the hackless not say a peep regarding worser evils but suddenly are brave and outspoken about the nfl. could talk about the culture of nfl but not about the culture of certain destructive beliefs. so when they start writing about honor killings i'll take you seriously. until now, just shut up. you know? >> rush is right on one hand. the left is clamoring to get involved in the nfl a long time. love to feminize them. the white house weighing in on the nfl on concussions and other issues. the reason i think you're right, eric is because if we're not going to have this discussion in culture and society, if the left doesn't want to have the discussion, this san opportunity to have it via the nfl.
i would rather talk about sports with nfl, but the only way to shine a light there's a failed culture. a failed culture. that they have confused the -- >> do this one. >> for a long time. >> nfl superstar adrian peterson hit, switched his 4-year-old son to bleeding. opened up the debate on spanking and punishing your kids. how much is acceptable and how much is too much? bill o'reilly tackled that. >> i'm not going to condemn americans tonight who have spanked their children gently or lightly. i'm not going to do that here on "the factor" i don't think it's right. because each child is different, and if you're trying to protect your child from something and you give him a little whack when they're younger and they remember that whack because it's startles them, that might accomplish it. >> thoughts on this, greg? >> interesting about the media pa ho has pouk cra hypocrisy. blacks find it more acceptable. varies by race. that's got to make the media
crazy. they love injecting stories about race in treatment but terrified when it comes to behavior. >> two separate things. there's spampging your kid and what draen peter son did. i don't think kids spanked grow up to be violent. when i lied i got spanked and i deserved it. didn't grow up to be a violent person but guess what i'm not? a liar. >> you were the spanker, getting the hell kicked out of you every day is a big difference. no clue what he's talking about. >> yeah. and dana, need to point out, talking ak a defenseless child versus maybe you know, trying to conflate it with the women who get domestic violence put upon them. >> maybe there is something. i don't have children. so i can't say as a parent. ip know as a child i got spanked. it wasn't -- more disciplinardi. never with an instrument, except for the wooden spoon.
>> ah, the wooden spoon. >> that would hurt. never like a belt. >> you can buy them on abenow. ebay now. >> a note. >> thanks a lot, mom. time to talk about it, were we don't, watch this. football players, head butting, beyonce, a class act, derek jeter. gatorade took notice. so should kids. here's a refresher. >> you know what? i'll walk from here. ♪ i'll state my case >> what's happening, fellas? who's winning? >> we are. hey! >> jeter! if not himself and not the worst ♪ of the record shows ♪ i took the blows and did it my
way ♪ >> on that, greg? >> i do not feel any kind of sympathy for him. he betted more models than sealy tempurpedic. >> very nice. he did. >> i was going to say, no comment. he's a class act, ought i don't think i'd want to date him. to greg's point. >> date him? the thing is he has been with a lot of women. the problem, sexual disease when he did t. oh, bob. geez, thanks. >> thanks bob. >> i don't know kk;kfñthat. that's what i heard. >> clean this up. >> i've heard that. >> started this segment talking about advertisers why a brand would want to connect itself to a sport or player. this is why. remember it fondly. >> absolutely. nike and gatorade. coming up, a huge vote in scotland. polls just closed. could this be the end of the british empire and later a huge winner on the "wheel of fortune" last night and the woman who won the prize.
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polls are now closed in scotland after a historic vote on independence measure that could break up the british empire. citizens are very much divided. >> today is the day scotland reclaims their nation. we're the same people. why should we be broken up. >> we need to stay together. it's worked for over 300 years. >> i keep our fingers crossed that it will be yes. >> what does it mean for the u.s.? stuart varny said it could be a disaster for america. >> america faces some real challenges. america will face a broken britain, because this is the break-up of great britain. it would face a disunited, unstable europe. there are all kinds of independence movements that will be very much strengthened if the scots vote for independence. america faces a diminished nato.
britain has nukes, they're lodged in scott sq they'll have to be moved. where? we don't know. >> i have to apologize what i said about jeter. >> very, very quickly. i think it's a mistake. i hope we don't decide to break off from britain. because they're basing it on using north sea oil for the basis of the new economy. the north sea oil is drying up. it's on the downward decline. they'll end up having to reunite with britain, or some form of euro to bail them out. hope they don't do it. >> my grandkids, the 8-year-old twins, they call me grandma america. i hope this does not happen. i don't think scotland will be better off. i understand the desire to be separate. it doesn't necessarily mean that there's going to be like rainbows in europe. >> what does your husband predict? >> well, he doesn't want them -- what does he predict? >> yeah. >> i don't know. i should have asked him. >> i admire scotland.
i'm a huge fan of their adhesive tape. but it's a great time to be a map maker. because you get paid a lot to change great britain to just okay britain, which will take a lot much time. >> average britain. >> are you upset about this? >> oh, yes, broken up. i can barely sleep. i don't understand it. it's like the couple that gets divorced in their 70s. what's the point? right? why now, guys? i agree with dana, i don't think they're going to be better off. >> i'll get in more trouble, let's see if the producer gets to woosing on me about this one. what british empire? what's left of it? >> the beginning of the end was in 1776. >> one more thing. up next, so i can apologize. huh, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that. well, did you know you that former pro football player ickey woods
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so you can enjoy that second home sooner. know the right financial planning can help you save for college and retirement. know where you stand with pnc total insight. a new investing and banking experience with personalized guidance and online tools. visit a branch, call or go online today. it's time for one more thing. bob's going to kick it off. >> i read a couple of stories about derek jeter. i have no evidence, so i want to say i'm sorry, it was a joke. now, my one more thing is, i got here in the audience three friends of mine who together many years ago we climbed the bridge, swam out into the river, and it was a scary night. these guys are here with me tonight. i'm sorry they got beat up. >> you better not climb the
bridge tonight like you were talking about. >> no, i think we should climb it tonight. i'll take some people with me and throw them off. >> a great week for people to have talent and skills. >> thank you. >> two $1 million winners. on the "wheel of fortune," and the magician on "america's got talent." take a look. >> yes! [ cheers and applause ] >> could you use $1 million? >> the winner of the $1 million, and the star of the headline show in las vegas is matt franco! wow! congratulations! >> big fan of "america's got talent." i got to go to the finale the other night with my friend who was in town promoting her shoe company. and also we took our producer
the front row. i can't wait to see what matt franco does next. >> by the way, those two are the two best. that was a fantastic finale. so this is fact. there's a $60 million high school being built in chicago. they're going to name it after barack obama. this is also fact that they decided today not to name it after barack obama. but i can't confirm the reasons. number one, isn't that obama didn't want obama high. and socialism 101, you didn't build that. how to spend. how to eat lobster and drink champagne. >> the only facts, you've got to apologize. >> i apologize to the president. >> obama high. >> all right. it's time for secrets to
happiness. anyway, check this out. this is a ferret and a cat getting along. i talked about unity in america. we've got to get together, democrats, republicans, blacks, hispanics. it doesn't matter. if a cat and ferret can hang out together, all americans can unite as one. and join together to eradicate evil, a cat and ferret can kill a snake. a cat and a ferret can kill a snake. >> what's your evidence of that? >> i don't have one. >> that made me happy. thanks. bill de blasio, the mayor of new york, the progressive mayor is taking aim at charter schools in the city, decides now it's not just charter schools he wants to go after, it's the elite public high schools. he's announced he's going to make it easier for kids who don't speak english to gain admittance to schools, giving them really i think an unfair
advantage. mr. de blasio is said to go to scotland on our dime. he's a jerk. >> now, what's your evidence of that? >> that's it for us. "special report" up next. alarming new information tonight about terrorist threats to the united states. while a brutal terror plot is foiled by a crucial american ally. this is "special report." good evening, i'm bret baier. the terror threat, we have new insights into the plan to terror leaders for this country. we're also learning more about the disruption of a major attack planned for australia. meanwhile, today, the director of national intelligence, andq the head of the cia, tried to