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99% of america agree was the nuclear deal? let us know what you think. that is all the time we have left for this evening. we hope you set your dvr so you never miss an episode. road to 2016 starts here. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. >> the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> he balked -- blocked my amendment to end planned parenthood. he blocked my treatment end sanctuary cities. he blocked my amendment for kate's law. >> senator ted cruz talking about senator mitch mcconnell not allows votes on many issues that many americans care about. what is going on? we will tell you. >> when you look at what's happened with mr. trump the american people deserve better. >> is donald trump getting under president obama's skin? we'll take a hard look at that situation. >> what do you think about the explosion in homelessness? >> it's awful. people are placing the blame on the mayor. >> the city of new york getting out of control under
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uber liberal mayor bill de blasio. >> i'm not happy with rudy giuliani. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ hi bill o'reilly. is the senate looking out for us? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. when the republicans took over the senate, many americans were relieved. that's because the former senate majority leader harry reid blocked a lot of legislation that could have greatly improved the country. in some quarters, reid is perceived to be a villain. now there are charges that the republican senate leader mitch mcconnell is doing the psalm thing that reid did. >> he blocked my amendment to defund planned parenthood in the wake of these gruesome videos where they appear to admit to multiple felonies.
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we should be defunding them and we should defund them this week. he blocked amendments to end sanctuary cities, to cut off funding. he blocked my amendment for kate's law. >> now the reason mcconnell blocked those things is that he did not want the bills attached to highway legislation which would provide $350 billion to rebuild the nation's roadways. mcconnell wants that passed and doesn't want any controversy attached to it in the form of extra amendments. talking points believes the three bills senator cruz is talking about defunding planned parenthood, punishing sanctuary cities and passing kate's law which would mandate five year prison terms for criminal aliens which come back. stand alone legislation. yes, there is a chance those bills would be filibustered in the senate. and would not get the 60 senate votes needed to put them up for a full vote. there is a chance that would happen. but, let the american people
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see who is opposing putting felonious aliens in prison when they defy deportation. let the folks see who is voting against that. same thing with planned parenthood and same thing with sanctuary cities. if those bills are voted down in the senate. they are filibustered, the american people will have some serious issues with the democratic party i believe. if they pass congress, and president obama vetoes them, again, americans can can better ascertain who is looking out for people like kate steinle and unborn babies. the house will certainly pass all three bills. if senate majority leader mcconnell does not put those bills up for a vote, then he becomes just like harry reid and senator cruz's withering criticism becomes valid. now, we contacted mc they told us the senator will not will not block stand alone votes on kate's law, sanctuary cities and planned parenthood. good good. i would encourage mr. mcconnell to read hank
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adler's piece on town about kate's law. america neerdz leadership, senator. you, you are the most powerful republican right now. so let's lead. let actively promote doing the right thing. lives are at stake in all three votes. it's time to see in vivid terms whether our elected leaders will protect americans from harm, including the unborn. it is time. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. reaction. joining us from reaction. fox news senior political analyst brit hume. okay. so i just want you to explain this amendment deal again so even can i can understand it. >> well, the difference between passing a bill and a stand alone measure and passing something as an amendment to another bill is an amendment is an attachment to something that is has already been brought before the senate and has cleared the 60 vote threshold necessary to get a matter before the senate it is oftentimes the quickest and fastest way to get
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something passed. the problem is, of course, if you, in order to get the 60 votes to bring the underlying bill up in the first place you have made agreements about what amendments would be allowed and what amendments would not, and you break that agreement, the whole thing may go down. >> right. so sometimes these things are kind of delicate. >> nothing to do with the highway bill. sanctuary cities, kate's law. he wants to get that done to stimulate the economy and get the infrastructure up and running. i got it. >> mind you though, bill, he did allow certain amendments including one that's quite controversial that has do with the export import bank that searches don't like there were some amendments here and that's part of the controversy. >> he thought he could get everybody on board amend would have enough votes. >> the bill, the highway bill will in all likelihood. >> pass. >> goes to the house. the house will have to pass it. it won't pass it any time soon. none the less, smooth by the
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senate if the bill is stand alone. that means you have to get 60 votes in order to get it before the senate you know planned parenthood would be filibustered. sanctuary cities. i don't know if kate's law would be. it's so necessary and so simple i could be wrong. again, i think that there is from mcconnell's point of view a noble i object tent. and he has got to get out in front of that noble intent if he wants to keep the confidence of senator cruz and other people. >> well, what's likely to happen here, bill. is those measures would go to committee where his. >> already in committee. they are already there. >> he they will come through committee then. >> right. then to the floor with the the recommendation. normally with the majority leader would do would allow the bills are usually managed by the senior member of the committee the chairman who in this case would be -- they are all republicans, of course, and the senator might back it. he might even speak for it, but, at what work he does on it would probably be hindz
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the scenes. majority leaders are not. >> he would be supporting it. >> just do it and i cannot imagine his resisting any of those three measures. >> cruz is saying he is. >> well, what cruz is saying is he did not let cruz attach them as amendments to the highway bill. is he not saying mcconnell is opposed to them on a substantive basis. cruz was trying to get them on the highway bill. and obviously that was -- that train was leaving the station, arrange. s had been made as to what would be permitted and what would not. cruz's amendments. >> cruz knows all of that why is he so angry then? >> i will tell you why. this isn't about cruz and mcconnell. this is about cruz and trump. trump has blown past cruz as the candidate of the alienated right. trump has blown past everybody. and he has left cruz. he has sucked up all the air in the room as far as cruz is concerned. cruz was only too happy to get up on the senate floor and attack mcconnell who is
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hated by the hard right and try to gain a little ground there that's my view of it. i think it's more about presidential politics than anything else. > right. >> he became a real hero to the disaffected right because remember the shutting down of the government and that whole fight. >> obamacare. >> obamacare and the rest of it that really volted cruz and cruz is a smarted guy. is he a very add voyeur -- advocate and good speaker his campaign kind of faded. along comes the trump express and blows by not only him but everybody else. >> he got hurt the worst. >> he and rand paul were the worst hurt. absolutely. >> brit hume, everybody. here are the results of our poll. we asked you do you believe congress will pass kate's law. about 50,000 of you voted on bill o' 63% say yes.
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factor follow up seeing' tonight. the hillary clinton email situation. two inspectors general have reported that a limited sampling of secretary clinton's emails has revealed four classified information situations that are against federal law. four. mrs. clinton has denied sending classified emails from her private sender but will not hand over that server to the government. last march i said this: >> hillary clinton should immediately request that the fbi examine her server with with the assurance that all privately deleted emails
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would remain private. if the feds do not look at her server, than any public official could do the same thing. claim private correspondence without scrutiny. >> now i suggested mrs. clinton should request the fbi investigation to clear her name, which is now being besmirched again by the two in theres general. many believe the fbi and the justice department will never investigate hillary clinton. >> i think it will snow in hell before the doj is going to go after her. but they go after david petraeus for a lot less but not her for obvious reasons. it's an extremely politicized department of justice. >> joining us now from washington hans vons co-author of the book obama's enforcer eric holder's justice department. multiple books on the fbi and whose book first family detail is out tomorrow in paperback. mr. kestler, do you agree
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with mr. charles krauthammer. >> no. i think for once he is wrong. it's certainly good to be skeptical but not since the hoover days when hoar was the director has the fbi engaged in abuses or made decisions for political reasons. under watergate they resisted the effort by nixon, the president to suppress that investigation. several years ago the fbi began an investigation of senator menendez, a democrat prosecution allegations which turned out to be bogus. and then into bribery. this is way before menendez criticized obama. now the fbi director comey is the guy who resisted and refused bush white house orders to continue to do intercepts when he thought that they were illegal. so, in my opinion, there is no way that the fbi would try to cover. >> all right. but they haven't announced it so far. how do you see it? do you think the fbi will -- they can investigate bay the
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way on their own. they tonight need the attorney general to okay it. but they can't prosecute without the justice department the attorney general okaying it. is that correct? >> that's correct here the other thing. >> the unauthorized disclosure of information is the responsibility of the national security division at the justice department. they are the ones who will be supervising and directing the fbi. the fbi will be out there on their own. they will be under the direct supervision of the justice department. it's been five or six months since we knew about this. i can tell you any other lower level employee, if they had found out that that employee was using a personal serve tore run their email communications through. particularly somebody with access to sensitive and classified information the justice department and the fbi would have been in court the next day with a search warrant.
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>> why do you think they haven't been aggressive toward hillary clinton? >> well, the reason is political. >> what does that mean though? loretta lynch is in the tank in the attorney general? it is political. the only way to know whether her email server was accessed by servers. we all know that the only way you get to the bought of, this and that's why i said hillary clinton herself should call for it is to have the fbi look at her server. >> the fact that hillary was using this server is not enough to trigger an fbi investigation. >> but now the inspectors general is. >> and a the fbi needs some concrete indication of wrongdoing. >> now they have it. >> now they have it. >> it's suspicious or the timing is. >> they could if they wanted to. no, no. we don't want the fbi, you know rummaging through everyone's personal lives. >> it's not everyone. >> without -- >> it's not everyone though.
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it's at the top of the national security chain. and when you have these allegations admitted to by secretary clinton she admitted it. then she defies the request from the house committees to turn the server over, they had plenty of time, mr. kestler, to get involved. you still feel they will now with the inspectors general? >> yeah. no question that they will now. what's time frame in your mind. >> these things take a long time. it could be as long as six months. >> we have a presidential campaign underway. mr. vonn -- i'm going to give you the last word on it go. >> i would say that the justice department has been investigating lois lerner for two years and has done almost nothing. we will see if this justice department the fbi actually do anything about this. >> well, i don't know if we will see. because they never comment about ongoing investigations. so, if it's going to take them six months to even get it up and running, you know, it could be president hillary clinton and then we would never hear about it. >> that's right. >> i think mr. comey has to
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step up and really explain what he is going to do and how is he going to do it. gentlemen, thank you very much. directly ahead juan and mary katharine will react to hillary clinton's situation which seems to be getting worse in the polls. then governor mike huckabee comparing the nuke deal with the holocaust. all hell is breaking loose over that the governor will be here moments away. heartburn! no one burns on my watch! try alka-seltzer heartburn reliefchews. they work fast and don't taste chalky. mmm...amazing. i have heartburn. alka-seltzer heartburn reliefchews. enjoy the relief. in the nation, what's precious to you is precious to us. so when coverage really counts, you can count on nationwide. we put members first. join the nation. ♪ nationwide is on your side ♪♪
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impact segment tonight. reaction to the report on secretary clinton's emails. let's bring in mary katharine ham and juan williams. juan refresh your recollection going to apologize for hillary clinton again this evening? >> no. you know what? i have got to say. i think this behavior by hillary clinton is clear. she feels like she is an entitled privileged soul. she is part of the higher
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cut of americans. and she doesn't have to abide by the rules. >> that's not to say that she has done anything illegal if you talk to the arc vistas, officials in d.c. they say there is no indication of any illegality. >> did you talk to the two inspectors general that are the rod now that four of her emails -- they only looked at 40, juan. there is 10%. >> 10%. >> that contradict her direct statement that she never dealt with national security on a private server. is that enough for you juan williams, to say you know what? maybe we want to find out what happened. is it enough? >> of course. but. >> good. >> what you heard from the inspectors general in their note they put out a clarification says there was no criminal referral. >> there was no criminal referral until the facts are presented but you have to get the facts. >> that's what they said. let's go with the facts. >> when we last left juan williams he was saying he didn't want investigation into planned parenthood. >> no. >> you have got to get the
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facts before you level accusations. >> i free. >> mary katharine, go. >> this server should have belonged to the american people. it should been available and archived immediately it was not due to her planning. she planned for this. the reason she didn't hand over the server because she wanted to have it not be available for us. as a result now we find that classified information which she should was not there may have been more available to hackers from other countries than to the american public because this is a nonsecure server. and would we need to get to the bo the of it. illegal, criminal, we need to get to the bottom of it. >> are you tonight accusing hillary clinton of anything? >> i think she had a server because she didn't want people to see everything that was on her server. if she had wanted everybody to see whats on other server she would have done address. the idea that you could be secretary of defense for this long and not send one email with anything classified in it, if you did abide by that, you wouldn't be doing your job. >> the inspectors general
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have dispelled it. juan why hillary clinton doesn't call for the investigation herself is. wouldn't that put her on the side of the angels? she is adamant she didn't do anything wrong. adamant. you call for the investigation and say i want my named cleared by the best investigative agency on the planet. the fbi come on in take a look. that's what you juan williams you would do that. >> i think you should be running hillary clinton's campaign. that's good advice. >> that's right. >> that's exactly what she should do. >> right. not only there but with the foundation i would cut off all donations while she is campaigning, while she is president. i think that's the right thing to do. >> if you and i have found common ground that the right thing to do would be for the candidate to call for the investigation to clear her name then why is she not doing that, juan? >> well, i didn't say investigation. i said turn over the server. mary katharine talked about that make sure everybody
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sees everything. get this out of the way. >> turning over. they are going to look at it and they are going to investigate what is on it. so juan. >> that's not a criminal investigation. >> why isn't she doing it? >> well with i he guess it goes back to what i said at the very top to you william. i think she is very entitled and privileged and she thinks she doesn't have to do it. >> you will still -- despite all that you will still vote for her. >> me? you mean compared to any republican in the field at the moment? >> compared to anybody gandhi could be running and you would still vote for hillary. >> what if bill o'reilly was running for president man come on. >> enyou this would be deported williams. say hello to kunga. >> mary katharine give me the last word. >> i think she is not interested in doing business in a transparent way. she has made that clear many times. i think she doesn't want to turn over because she doesn't want people to find out what was on it. if she did she would have done this the right way from the beginning. here's the thing. i think inspectors general are a little bit harder to
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dismiss than a story line or reporting or concerned critic. you hear the likes of andrea mitchell saying i talk to security professionals and the only reason to have this server was to object secure what she had on it. when you get people like that turning on her it's a turning point. >> she is not turning on her because andrea mitchell will vote for hillary clinton. >> thank you very much. plenty more ahead as the factor moves forward this evening. watters on the kay 00 particular streets of new york city. next, mike huckabee on his very controversial remarks about the nuke deal and the holocaust. we hope you stay tuned for those repor are those made with all-beef, karen? yeah, they're hebrew national. but unlike yours they're also kosher. only certain cuts of kosher beef meet their strict standards. they're all ruined. help yourself! oh no, we couldn...okay thanks hebrew national. a hot dog you can trust. why am i so awake? did you know your brain has a wake system... and a sleep system?
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the very thing we do best. ♪ ♪ very personal between mike huckabee and barack obama. speaking about the nuke deal mr. huckabee said this on saturday. >> this president's foreign policy is the most feckless in american history. he is so naive he would trust the iranians and he would take the israelis and basically march them to the door of the oven. >> the particular comments plaintiff huckabee are i think part of just a general pattern that we have seen that is -- would be
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considered ridiculous if it weren't so sad. >> with us now is republican presidential contender mike huckabee. whenever you mention or nazis or astros is is atrocities. it's emotional. >> and they should. >> why did you use that conjecture. i'm the nuke deal is going to lead to the holocaust. >> the iranian officials have used that term. the officials have said we are going to create a holocaust. one of them said we will wipe israel off the face of the map. the other said it's great that the jews are all in israel that way why don't have to chase them down. they are all in one place. these aren't conjectures on my part, bill. i have been going to israel since 1973. dozens and dozens of times. i have also been to ought wits three times. the reason that happened was because people in europe and
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in the united states said nothing like that can happen. >> listen, you are right in the sense that the iranians -- some in the iranian government are "on the record" that we want to destroy israel. >> that's their official position. >> that's their position. >> that being said, if you take that position, what they said, as gospel, you can't make a deal with iran on any level at any time, you can't why would you want to make a deal with people that don't ever honor the deals they made and won't quit that rhetoric? if they made some concessions to preconditions we will no longer say this about israel we will respect their right to beings cyst. we won't continue to call america the great satan and say death to america in the chambers of our government. >> let's assume they are not going to do that because they are fanatical haters and that's who they are. >> yes. >> you just said it you can't make a deal with them. the alternative is war is,
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it not? >> no it is not. that's what president obama and john kerry keep saying as if they have only ones that have come up with any options. the real option is to continue the sanctions don't let loose. russia and china had told us if we had walked away from this deal that they were not going to obey the sanctions any longer. i think you would have had whole defectors too. it would have been the united states and maybe britain and a few others export energy from the united states. we have several hundred years of it right here under our feet. what we need to be doing is upsetting the balance of power against the iranians, the russians and for that matter the saudis. >> okay. but that doesn't stop iran from getting a nuke. so here's my dilemma. i'm really struggling with it. if you don't make a deal with iran, because as you rightly said, they can't be trusted and they are haters and they want to kill jews and americans. that's all true. everybody knows that. if you don't make a deal with elm, this a you give them the nuke because they will get it and b once
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they are on the verge of getting it, israel is going to attack and world war iii breaks out and we would have to support israel. so war is a scenario. that, you know, basically the president and others who support him are saying, lack we don't want the war so we know it's a bad deal. and i think even knows it's a bad deal. we are going to do it that maybe there will be a revolution there and maybe they will be overthrown. >> there won't be in we give them 1 auto billion dollars to buy arms, bill. my god we had an opportunity in 2009 to stop it and we didn't. >> stay on topic here, if we don't make the deal, they get the nuke. >> if we don't go in and militarily make sure they don't. >> so you are basically saying there would be war. >> there could be. but the better thing is to cut them off economically. and when you say that the russians and the chinese will, we don't know that for sure. >> they absolutely said clearly. >> we know what the iranians have said we know the last time the world did not take seriously the threat to
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jews, 6 million of them died bill. and for us to pretepid that these are just empty threats. i have seen this movie before. it does not end well americans can do better than that we didn't get the four hostages out of iran. >> i agree we should have gotten the four hostages out a lot tougher and what we got on our side of the deal. do you believe president obama is a naive man or has ill intent in foreperson policy. >> i think he naive especially with it can comes to radical islam. he won't even call it by its name. i do not think he likes israel. can he say whatever he wants to. he puts more pressure on israel for someone building a bedroom on to the house in judea or sumaria than he does on the iranians who are trying to build a bomb, for gosh sake. >> governor huckabee, thanks for coming. in we appreciate it? >> thank you bill. >> donald trump may be getting under president obama's skin. we will take a look at that
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and a the latest republican poll numbers. also ahead watters with a very bad situation here in new york city on the streets. up ahead.
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campaign 2016 segment tonight. donald trump continues to lead in the republican sweep states. according to cnn poll, trump has 18% nationwide among g.o.p. voters. jeb bush 15. scott walker 10. ted cruz 7. rand paul 6 marco rubio 6 and mike huckabee 5%. all of this has garnered president obama's attention. if there when you look at what's happened with mr. trump, when he has made some of the remarks that for example in 18 months turk over the keys. i want to make sure i'm turning over the keys to people who are serious about the world problems. >> what do you think about the shot mr. obama took
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against mr. trump? >> the emperor is kind enough to hand over the keys and the septor and the crown. that's not how it works. people would kick him out of office if they could. a lot of people are going to vote against president obama. that's why you are seeing so much excitement and robust enthusiasm. >> luke obama over in ethiopia and africa, why would even bother mentioning donald trump? >> because is he is a as far asistic blow hard. is he a person who cannot extricate himself from the political process. he thinks the entire thing revolves around him and always do. >> he doesn't have anything to do with the republican sweepstakes. would would the president in the united states in a forum in africa and believe me i don't even think the african ares are really following the primary season real closely with woke boko haram burning down their villages. that interferes interferes with cable by the way. why do you think the president would mention donald trump? >> agree with kennedy. i think he can't help
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himself but interject himself into this conversation. i don't get it at all. if anything, today is a very good day for donald trump because once once you have president obama attacking you, you are a real deal. is he a real candidate. you know, if i were on donald trump's campaign, today is a good day for him. >> i agree with that i think that he elevates mr. trump to a place that it looks like the president is almost afraid of him. >> i agree. and i think, you know, donald trump you were talking about polls earlier. one thing you didn't mention is that donald trump has a 60% unfavorability rating nationally according to an abc/"wall street journal" poll recently. although he is getting a lot of attention and attraction right now nationally we should be more concerned can. my biggest fear is that trump will not reach out to the kind of voters americans are going to need to reach. republicans are going to need to reach to in the 2016 election cycle. >> it's all about recognition now after the first debate coming up in 10 days and trump, this is fascinating. trump can go either two ways in the debate.
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he can go search and destroy and just go up there and just run -- just create havoc. >> torture. >> boom, boom, boom. attack attack, attack. or he can be the states men and spriewz everybody by not attacking and basically staying on the issues. your prediction, kennedy? >> my prediction is he started out as states men because ultimately the guy likes being leaked. he loves being loved. the thing about donald trump he is he most effective when he is defensive. if people start attacking him. >> they won't. >> he will scorch their dreams their grandmothers will be drying from beyond the grave. >> i'm looking at the roster of debaters and it hasn't been in stone yet because the polls are still coming. in i don't see anybody going after trump directly except maybe ted cruz as brit hume pointed out earlier on the program. cruz has got the most to gain by diminishing trump. but i think kennedy is right if you go after trump he doesn't like that and he comes, you know, right back at you.
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and all hell could break loose. >> it's the guys in the middle. >> i think the candidates are going to have to go for the jugular with donald trump. is he sucking up all the oxygen in the room. i don't think donald trump is going to come out like a statesman. he is going to call everybody a loser i will have my popcorn and beer and watch it's going to be like wwf. >> he is not going to call everybody a loser. >> he can't help himself. >> you are absolutely right in that it's the rubio and cruzs and rand pauls stuck in the middle. the senators are stuck in the middle. if they are going to emerge to the top of the pac and exceed the governor then they have to go on the offensive. >> it will be entertaining, everyone i'm not there to bear beat. i will be on an hour before the debate. if we get anything, i will let you know. watters on deck. the streets of new york city getting chaotic because of permissive government. watters is next.
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back of the book segment tonight, wawrtsd world as the factor has been reporting along with the "new york post." the streets of new york city are growing increasingly chaotic under liberal mayor bill de blasio who has been in office 18 months now. he does not believe in enforcing laws against so-called quality of life crimes. so the streets are now full of beggars homeless folks and low level thugs who menace passersby. we asked watters to go to manhattan fairly affluent neighborhood to check out the situation. ♪ ♪
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>> what do you think about the explosion in homelessness? >> it's awful. a lot of people are noticing it and people are placing the blame on the mayor. >> the homeless surge taking place in the neighborhood. you have noticed it? >> yes. of course i have noticed it. >> i think the mayor is totally to blame. the guy at the top sets the tone. >> do you ever feel unsafe? >> yes, actually i have a couple of times. >> what do you think of the mayor? >> i love the mayor. more than anybody. >> he is not doing nothing for the city. i don't know why people voted for him. >> how do you think the homeless situation has changed since he became mayor? >> worser. >> i heard there was a homeless person in front of mansion the other day. >> where the mayor lived. >> and they removed him. >> they removed the guy from the the mansion but let guys pee all over your neighborhood. >> yes it's pretty disgusting. >> do you think the mayor is a hypocrite. >> i do. >> i used to be a homeless person. i came out of that i got my
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own place now. if it's flipping burgers doing telemarketing or something like that, work if you are serious about working. >> it's pointless to even get a freakin' job. >> why is that? >> because what's the most i can make like 10 bucks an hour if i'm lucky? >> why do you think the mayor has been so soft in dealing with quality of life crime? >> ideology. >> do the police ever bother you? >> no. police they nice. >> they don't bother me. >> do the police ever come around -- >> -- they can't do anything. >> no? >> no, no, no. >> 84th and broadway with cars wizzing by, this is the exact location where the now infamous now homeless man radio leave humself. how does that make you feel? >> well, it's, you know, it's really sad. >> he was here in this neighborhood a few -- actually a few feet away from here when five or six policemen surrounded him. i was watching carefully they interviewed him for a long time. they called an ambulance and took him away. >> the police sent him
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bellevue he was evaluated and back on the streets peeing again. >> right. >> if you have to go to the bathroom where do you go. >> i buy something and then i go in and use the bathroom. a lot of times like in starbucks or, you know, mcdonald's or something leak that. >> right. >> it all costs money. >> the city is a little more tolerant of it and he this are not shoeing people away or finding places for them to go. >> were you the guy that was relieving himself in the city? >> please do not. no no, no. >> is this. >> this guy pointing a camera at me. >> sir don't touch the camera. don't touch the camera. >> was this you? >> you fox a. did we tell you about? two guys with cameras i'm not speaking with you you are not violating. >> you are not allowed to do that. >> this is not your property. check your local laws. please do not come here again and please tell this guy to stop pointing the camera at me. >> if i was the parent of a younger child, i would not want him around the area. >> if you wanted to tell the
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mayor something what would you tell de blasio. >> i'm not happy the with the way is being run right now it was great with giuliani. >> now, the "new york post" is doing good reporting on this and says that the quality of life tickets and people coming in and being charged are way down, right. >> public urination tickets are down 1500 for six months compared to the last six months. can you see why he doesn't want these things enforced the mayor. cut down on stop and frisk. can you smoke weed in public pee in public nobody does anything about it this guy should have been institutionalized. you can send him and get him medication. >> you have kids in that neighborhood. that guy can do anything. something is going to happen just like in san francisco. mark my words something will happen. just doing this report that the far left progressive internet crew is going to attack you and me, we're mean guys and civility doesn't matter, they want calcutta on the hudson. they want people all over the place doing everything.
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this is the philosophy. it's hard to believe but that is their basic philosophy. >> it is sad. we are compassionate. we don't want people like that and it's unfortunate. i was criticized for the penn state piece. >> all we were doing is reporting. >> i didn't interview any white homeless people there was only black homeless people. maybe there is more diversity this time. it doesn't make sense. >> the thing is that it's all society's fault and you don't hold anybody accountable for whatever they do because it's not their fault. but he we believe in -- that this should have public housing and should be taken some place if they are mentally deficient and treated humanely but they shouldn't be allowed to destroy neighborhoods and that's what's going on here. >> jesse watters everybody. joe namath doing a righteous thing. the tip moments away. benny's the oldest dog in the shelter. he needed help all day so i adopted him. when my back pain flared up, we both felt it. i tried tylenol but it was 6 pills a day. with aleve it's just two pills, all day. now i'm back!
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