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freedom" kicking off with bulls and bears tomorrow morning 10:00 eastern. please tune into my show every day 2:00 p.m. eastern "the intelligence report" on fox business network. have a wonderful weekend, everyone. it's weekdays at 2:00 p.m. "the five" is next. i'm dana perino along with eric bolling, greg gutfeld, it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >> hillary clinton desperate to get her e-mail scandal out of the news, so she came up with something else to make the headlines. this. >> now, extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups. we expect that from people who don't want to live in the modern world. but it's a little hard to take coming from republicans who want to be the president of the
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united states, yet they espouse out of date and out of touch policies. they are dead wrong for 21st century america. >> she compared republicans to terrorists at a rally yesterday for their views on abortion and singled out several republican presidential candidates. one of them was marco rubio. here's his response. >> she's desperate. she's panicked. her campaign is in bad shape. her views are the ones that are radical. here's what's most offensive about it. they won't call terrorists terrorists going all the way back to benghazi and before that. but they call their political opponents terrorists. >> clinton was at the dnc summer meeting in minneapolis today and ed henry was with her. before we go to him i want to play a little exchange that he had with hillary clinton today at a press conference, then we'll get his take on it. >> were you aware that your husband wanted to give paid speeches to repressive regimes like north korea? do you have any comment on these
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new information raising questions about conflicts of your aide huma abedin. you said there's nothing unique about this situation. can you name another secretary of state who had her own server? >> let me answer one of your questions. i think that's what you are entitled to. any request that my husband received to be sent to the state department to be vetted. so it didn't matter where it was coming from. >> ed, you are entitled to as much time as you'd like to respond to all of that. >> reporter: thank you. >> lots going on and you're there at the dnc meeting. catch us up on the day. >> reporter: well, look. hillary clinton has a mission here. and that ties into her answer to me, which is if you read the "new york times" today it's democrats, not republicans, who are registering their frustration that she is the candidate and her team around her have just been wallowing this e-mail thing and not dealing with it head on. remember the jokes about snap chat, the joke to me last week in las vegas about using a tall to wipe the server. a lot of democrats again, not
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her republican critics, are saying those jokes fell flat, that the candidate didn't take it seriously. so i think you heard in her answer her trying maybe to be a little more combative with me and the press, trying to go on offense, not just sit back on defense. frankly, that is also why she went after republicans and threw out this idea yesterday that you played, comparing them to terrorists. she wants to get on offense. she's frankly tired of being on defense. but i do think that at one point in the news conference earlier before my questions she said something about how she's not frustrated with these questions. she's willing to answer them. then a moment or two later tells me you're entitled to one question. that sounded like frustration and defensiveness. so it's a bit of a mixed message. >> eric. >> that interchange with you reminded me a lot of when jorge ramos stood up and gave it back and forth with donald trump. then he was pushed back. is she taking her cue from the gop frontrunner? >> reporter: no. i think to the contrary. she was attack donald trump
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today. i was with her in iowa a couple of days ago. she was attacking donald trump. frankly i think that's part of the strategy i was talking about. look distract from her own problems. go after the dwop. yesterday marco rubio and jeb bush on abortion and planned parenthood. the terrorism comparison about their approach to women. two days ago as i mentioned with donald trump she went after him on immigration and other issues. frankly we heard that in her speech to the dnc members today. she wants to show the dnc members not only is she not pinned down on the e-mail issue, at least that's what she's trying to claim, but she's ready to go after the republican frontrunner. what does that mean? hey, guys, you don't need to bring in joe biden to rescue the party. i can take on donald trump and the republicans myself. >> geraldo. >> ed, it's geraldo. i agree she's not pinned down on the e-mail controversy. i think that her biggest sin in that regard so far is she's been so unpleasant and clumsy in her defensive posture. what i don't understand is how
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come you guys aren't looking more harshly at clinton and his foundation and the first class private jet travel and five star hotels? it would seem to me that would be pretty low-hanging fruit to show that here they raised hundreds of millions and how much has actually gone to help the intended or announced beneficiary. >> reporter: well, i did try one of the questions that i asked her was about bill clinton's speeches which he was trying to just fire, at least his representatives, and trying to convince the state department to let him give these speeches tied to north korea and the democrat republic of congo, repressive regimes on the notion the money is not going into his pocket but to charity, the clinton foundation. one speeches to the tune of $650,000. this is big money from entities tide to these very questionable nations obviously. and so he was trying to tie it up in charity. i'm saying i was trying to get an answer from her. she didn't want to answer that. i agree with you. it may be low-hanging fruit. but frankly there are not a lot
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of reports out here asking hillary clinton about the clinton foundation. today at least i was the only one who tried. >> katy. >> ed, what is the feeling of the dnc with joe biden talk? are people there talking about joe biden and maybe his entrance into this race? what are they saying there about his potential candidacy? >> reporter: what's interesting is joe biden of course was not here. but the draft biden people set up a suite in the dnc hotel behind me. they're just handing out literature and bumper stickers. the usual political stuff you would expect. there's a little party bus going by me. maybe they're getting ready for hillary. going to the twins baseball game. and so maybe they're excited about joe biden, frankly. and i think what they're saying is look, keep your powder dry, dnc members. because joe biden is taking a close look. frankly, i think what happened away from minneapolis yesterday in d.c. when joe biden went behind closed doors with a labor boss, richard trumka, is a clear
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sign he's edging closer to this because he wants organized labor support. hillary clinton's gone behind closed doors with the afl-cio a couple of times. so far they have not endorsed her. she wants that endorsement and hasn't gotten it. >> this is the one question you've been waiting for all day. it's gutfeld. >> i have a compliment and question. compliment nice time. just return it nicely to me. comment, how unusual it is that she's accusing republicans of not being in the modern world when she doesn't drive and claims she's completely ignorant of modern technology. she didn't know how to use a blackberry but saying they live in the stone age. my question is, where is bill clinton these days? usually you would assume that the future first man would be out there trying to help or defend her. it seems like he's -- i'm just wondering what's he been up to or what's he into? >> reporter: well, you're right that it is a curious thing that bill clinton is not being used as a surrogate right now. maybe because it's early.
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i think in fairness to hillary clinton, if bill clinton was out there on the road a lot right now, what would you and i be saying oh, boy, it's not about her. i guess it's about the former president. he's overshadowing her. he's the big dog. so i think in fairness to her, she has an opportunity here to get out on her own and try to win this on her own delegate by delegate. that's why she's talking to the dnc behind me. but you raise a fair point about the modern age. remember what we learned in one of the earlier e-mail dumps from the state department that hillary clinton and huma beabed were having a hard time figuring out a fax machine. they say it was a secure fax machine not a lot of people had. you might have a fair question. i saw a campaign button out here in the last couple of days that referred to bill clinton as the first dude. so that might be the official title. >> there you go. >> ed, to your question about bill clinton asking if he could give a speech in north korea and the congo.
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it's not only bill clinton but hillary clinton's brother involved because he was going to north korea with dennis rodman or whoever. obviously you can imagine that the hillary clinton people are thinking, bill clinton causes a problem for hillary clinton over and over again because of a lack of judgment. her lack of judgment has her now, we have the fbi a team leading what they call an extremely serious investigation into the fact that she even had a v a server in the first case much less the classification. is there a feeling she has created this era of inevitability but she might be more vulnerable because of her own actions? >> reporter: i just talked to one of the dnc members in private who was telling me this inevitability issue, she said that's what hillary clinton was trying to do in 2008. it obviously didn't work against barack obama. so there are some dnc members here who feel it's curious that the inevitable argument if it's not an argument at least the air of inevitability that the clinton people want to have by
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suggesting that they're turning the corner and that joe biden may not get in. you saw this a.p. report that maybe people close to hillary clinton are urging joe biden not to get involved, that they want to clear the field for her. look, i think it's very clearth moving forward. she's trying to current pa to t him. when you bring bill clinton in he's a master politician but he brings in negatives like buck raking, the money. remember what she said a year ago about being dead broke when they left the white house. the speeches 500, 600,000 a pop runs counter to that. >> the foundation basically funds thundershoweir lifestyle. >> if they were willing to take that money from north korea and congo and put it into the foundation it begs the question who else were they willing to take money from? what were they looking for in return? >> reporter: we need to point out on hillary clinton's side
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that look, she's been taking all of these things one after the other on the foundation, the e-mail. yes, her numbers on being honest and trustworthy are even more underwater than a month ago. however, she still is at the top of the field. struggling in some states maybe against bernie sanders. but nationally, like donald trump on the republican side, she is still the frontrunner. so she's taken the heat. there may be more coming. but despite that she's still in the lead. >> last question from geraldo. >> ed, you have a situation where hillary now is suggesting that republicans and conservatives are knuckle-dr knuckle-dragging neanderthals when it comes to women's rights. is there a single high profile woman in the town behind you who supports a joe biden run? >> reporter: well, people are not running around declaring their loyalties if you will. but certainly joe biden would be somebody who could bring all kinds of female leaders to the table who yes, are excited about the possibility of the first
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female president. but let's not forget that joe biden is the man who in the senate as a man got the violence against women act passed. we've heard joe biden out on the anniversary of that important act talk about it, speak out. he was chairman of the judiciary committee as you know. so look, we oftentimes assume, okay, somebody's a woman, they know more about women's issues. somebody's a man they know more about this issue. joe biden i would suspect if he gets into this race will make the case that while he would not make history obviously as the first female president he obviously has stood up for women for many, many years. so that is going to be a contrast he'll try to bring up against not just hillary clinton but the others in the race. because long before hillary clinton was in the senate, joe biden was working on these issues. >> all right. election, ed, i don't think we made you as uncomfortable as we usually do. we're going to work on that for another time. thanks for joining us. the survivor of wednesday's on-air shootings remembers every detail of the attack according to her husband. what he says she did when the gunman started firing.
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♪ vickie gardner was being interviewed on live tv wednesday when a gunman named vester flanagan opened fire. the reporter and cameraman with her were killed but she survived and remembers everything. here's what she told her husband. >> she just fell to the ground, curled up in a ball and he shot her while she was on the ground. and then she just laid there because she heard the gun click. then she didn't hear anything for a long time. she was afraid he was standing over her still. >> remarkably tim gardner says his wife was able to get up and walk to the ambulance after being shot in the back. she had a kidney and part of her colon removed but is going to be okay. the president and other
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democrats have used the shooting as another example to push for gun control. gardner's husband doesn't blame the gun. here's what he told fox news. >> if he hadn't had a gun he'd have had a knife or machete. he was bound and determined to try to make a name for himself on live tv because he failed at it so many times. so no, i don't blame the gun. i blame the guy that was holding the gun. >> and the father of alison parker addressed reporters today. he says he's going to fight to tighten gun laws but insists the effort isn't going to take away the second amendment rights. >> we're not trying to take people's guns away. all we want to do is keep crazy people from getting guns. and there's got to be a way to do it. >> we go to you, katy, first. you wrote books on guns. your thoughts on both these gentlemen. >> the good news is that there are ways to prevent mentally ill people from getting guns. virginia is one of those places
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where if someone is put into the mental health system and their information is then put into the fbi background check system, they are ineligible to buy a gun. now, in this case, despite the mental health problems that this killer had, and the station did their job in saying he needed to go to this mental health institution. you need to get some help. he did. he wasn't legally adjudicated with a mental health problem so it wasn't on his record. there was nothing on his record that indicated he was ineligible to buy a firearm. he passed the background check all these people have been advocating for this week. he purchased a very basic 9 millimeter glock pistol, standard capacity firearm. so when you look at what's been said particularly by politicians, terry mcauliffe, virginia governor for example, he implied this week that virginia just doesn't have background checks at all. it's irresponsibly false. not only do you have to pass a background check you have to provide two forms of identification. >> they say most guns in new york are coming from --
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>> one final point. the national shooting sports foundation has actually done significant work at encouraging states to put mental health records that the fbi background check system so these kinds of people don't get their hands on guns. >> i got up earlier was watching fox and friends. i saw geraldo rivera make a suggest i couldn't believe. you want to amend the second amendment? >> you want to amend the 14th. let's take the stupidest amendment that the constitution has which is the right to keep and bear arms as construed by courts and politicians to allow -- >> some of us would say it's the only one that allows for the other amendments. >> then explain this to me. how after sandy hook, newtown, connecticut, 26 babies and teachers slaughtered by a deranged gunman, there have been 85,000 gun deaths in this country just since sandy hook. we have three times the gun death rate of any civilized nation on earth.
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three times more than turkey. i mean, what the hell? at some point we have to recognize -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> i'm glad you asked. let's take off the table you won't amend the 14th and i won't amend the second. >> i didn't even bring up the 14th. nor do i have an opinion on the 14th. >> let me make my point. my son now is going to be a merchant mariner. he's had to have education and physical exams and mental exams. >> what change to the second amendment do you want to do? >> why is it so easy to buy a gun in this country? >> it's not easy, geraldo. >> why don't you have mandatory training? why don't you have a drug test when you buy guns? why is it so you can buy guns easier than a used car. >> that's not true at all. >> let's listen to this. milwaukee county sheriff david carr has an interesting challenge for president obama who wants more gun control like geraldo in america. >> here's my challenge for the president of the united states
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if you think this is so easy. forego your secret service protection for you, for the first lady and your children, and see what it's like to have to fend for yourself. then we'll sit down and have a conversation so you know what we here at ground level have to deal with on a daily basis in terms of self-defense. i am done asking people in my community to outsource their personal safety to the government. >> greg, this is something you've been saying for a long time. all these gun rights -- >> that was reckless and irresponsible. i'm telling you right now. >> let somebody else talk. >> the president of the united states is going to forego his secret service -- please. >> geraldo. >> can we put that on the air? this is a responsible law enforcement official? >> he is. >> respected by his people by the way. >> greg, please. the floor is yours. >> there's a lot of dishonesty going on coming specifically from geraldo. when you look at the statistics, you know this as well as katy, the "washington post" will say they're averaging more than one mass shooting per day.
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what they do is the overwhelming statistics are gang shootings. because they know that gang shootings will not get the headlines. >> what about suicides? >> you're telling me there's not a lot of gang shootings? >> there's more suicide than murder. >> more gang shootings than mass shootings. when you look at statistics you find there is actually no increase in mass shootings once you look at gang shootings. so you're being disingenuous. you're saying all these things are happening all the time. and we don't care about dead babies. screw you. we do care about dead babies. >> you bring up abortion now? >> that's what you said. >> this is a cop who says the president should forego his secret service protection? how dare he? [ overlapping speakers ] >> it's actually brilliant. if you want to live by your beliefs, then you should be prepared to sincerely live by them. >> the president of the united states. >> that means when you go to fox news every morning, geraldo, you don't have armed security in,
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either. >> can we bring dana in here? terry mcauliffe within minutes of the shooting tying this to gun laws. too early? too soon? what's the political fallout? >> a lot of this is unhelpful because it doesn't get to the root problem. he was obviously a mentally ill person. not diagnosed. his family couldn't get him help and he snapped. that is actual lit common denominator in a lot of the mass shootings or cold-blooded ones that we see. terry mcauliffe, if somebody could show me a policy that says these specific changes on gun laws would prevent more mentally ill people from getting guns. if they could actually show me that i could be persuaded. i think that is persuadable. what is not helpful is when a governor comes out minutes before even knowing anything about the shooter and makes policy pronouncements. >> he's not even caught yet. >> before he was even caught. because that's where he goes. they think it's easier to deal with the gun problem than it is to deal with the mental health problem. and guess.
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what because of that type of fighting, no problems get solved. >> so geraldo and i will go back and forth with this until the day we die. >> as long as you don't shoot me. >> yes. and i won't say screw you anymore. but anyway, a lot of these employers adopt a policy to provide as little information as possible to future employers. that's another problem. the employers knew this guy was trouble and they didn't tell anybody about it. that's a problem. >> we need to wrap it up. good debate. always heated but always good. always ends nicely. still to come, facebook friday. but first, carly fiorina doesn't think cnn is giving her a fair shake when it comes to the upcoming debate. you'll hear from the presidential candidate next.
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carly fiorina's poll numbers saturday after strong performance in the afternoon presidential debate on fox news this month. now she's in the top tier of candidates. but fiorina may not be among the top ten on stage at the primetime cnn debate next month because their qualifying criteria includes using polls that date back before the first debate. the candidate is challenging those rules. here's what she told greta van susteren. >> i'm in the top knife every state-wide poll. actually we do have state primaries, not national primaries. and i'm also comfortably in the top ten in every national poll. so maybe then using all these polls from before august 6th is a little bit like keeping a football team out of the playoffs because of a preseason game. this is a republican primary debate. the rnc in my mind should be in charge of it, not cnn. and in the end, voters get to decide. >> you know, dana, don't you think this has a lot to do with cnn really looking at not actually giving people a benefit
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for being successful and rising to the top for a good performance at the debate? >> i think what happened is that cnn got itself too far over its skis and iin announcing their r without giving it more time or having more discussion. it is a busy time of year. people want to have things nailed down. the debate is high stakes. big ratings. you've got 17 candidates. how are you going to deal with them. i think they got themselves boxed in. because i would imagine that over at cnn that they are thinking, gosh, maybe we should have changed these rules. now how do you do that? >> eric, don't you think the rnc is responsible a little bit? >> i think this is the best thing for carly fiorina. look what she did on what they call it the happy hour debate. cnn 6 to 9 if i'm not mistaken the two debates. she can do it again. she smoked the field last time. being the big fish on the smaller stage really worked for her the first time. sometimes you go back to the
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well. >> greg don't you think she's ready to play at the big fish level? i think she was ready before and obviously shined because she was in the smaller pond. i think she's ready to go at wit the big dogs. >> i'm sure if her name was carl not carly it would be a different story. i can't believe they put carol costello on the air. have you watched her? >> come on, greg. >> they won't put carly? >> it's insulting. >> it is insulting. but she's probably the most articulate candidate going. >> yeah. >> carol costello? >> no. carly fiorina. >> what happens if -- carly petitions the rnc, cnn and someone drops out. how about the fight from that? >> i think she has a legitimate beef personally. >> we know that they are taking polls from before. we also know they're doing polls every single month. carly made a good point this morning on america's news room. she talked about we're doing new polling every single montshoing
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a change in the field. the polls are a snapshot of time. why are they using old polls to determine who's on stage. >> it's not just the polls. it's the fact when she goes to places like iowa this past weekend, she had more people show up at her event than they were anticipating. much more. more than like the population of the town. so i actually think if they're thinking about ratings, people want to see her. they're showing up. they're actually going in person. so i think they would turn on. the other thing i would add about carly fiorina is that don't listen to the nonsense. if you hear somebody say well she's just running because she wants to be vice president. that's something you say about a woman candidate on the republican field if you are not a serious person. she is running for president of the united states. if she is eventually chosen to be a vice president candidate in the future that has no bearing on what she wants to do right now. she has fought and i think deserves to be at the big table. >> it's been driving me crazy that initially when she got into the race that people have been saying oh, she's only going for a v.p. position. no, she's running for president. and that's the position she
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wants. and that's what she's running for. >> she wears well. unlike some of the candidates, i won't mention their names. when you see more and more of them you think less and less of them. in carly fiorina's case, the more you see of her the more pleasant, intelligent and competent she seems. >> speaking of wearing well, maybe this is or is not one of the people you're talking to about. to the republican frontrunner donald trump is he rising or is the rest of the field thinking? now that he's revealed he's a tax the rich kind of guy will he remain on top. >> the concept of hedge funds. these are guys, they don't really build anything. they shuffle paper. they go back and forth. they live beautifully. so do i and so do you and so do all of us. i could tell you i have friends who laugh about how little they pay. it's not fair to the middle class. so i will have a plan. the hedge fund guys won't be happy but pretty much everybody else is going to love it. >> trump is going to be releasing his full tax plan in
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the coming weeks. i want to go to eric on this one. is it that hedge fund managers just push paper and don't do much? >> maybe. it's almost impossible to target just the hedge fund managers when you're going after carried interest you'll go after international businesses and international banking. they all have to use that carried interest. if you raise the cost of doing business you're going to end up losing people to hire. donald trump says he's going to release his tax plan in four weeks. the cnn debate is in three weeks. very nice planning to get through that debate. >> don't you think he'll get in trouble if he's going to hit hedge fund managers now? >> i don't think there's a lot of people in america who would disagree with them. there's a few who understand the policy about wanting to encourage economic growth. but like from a pure i want to get your attention, there's not a lot of people that feel sorry for hedge fund guys. i think it's a smart political move if you can actually carry it out with a policy. i guess we'll find out in a month what it would look like. >> greg, isn't chelsea clinton's
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husband a hedge fund manager? >> i don't follow her life closely enough. but i will say yes. after what donald trump did to jorge ramos, i think the more interesting thing to look forward to if there's ever going to be a confrontation between trump and black lives matter. how will he handle that? >> very interesting. >> that's the lead card. >> it would make our tiff pale by comparison. i think trump is doing very well. his charisma and energy makes the others look so pale. this is the best i've seen marco rubio the criticism of hillary clinton. smoothest and most competent i've seen him. >> don't move because facebook friday is up next.
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♪ hey, it's facebook friday. i've got your questions. we'll start with you, katy, and work around the table.
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an interest question from dana i. someone gives you 100 bucks and says spend it on something fun for yourself. what do you buy? >> dinner with my girlfriends. >> ah. what would you go eat? >> that's a good question. i don't know. >> how about apps at applebees? >> how about mcdonald's? >> i would buy drink for the house. i like to buy drink for the house and then leave a fat tip. disproportionately large. >> that's a good idea. >> eric, 100 bucks? >> after my ten bucks of tithing clearly? i would be with katy and her friends. i would take my beautiful wife and my son to a nice dinner at the river palm. >> best steak house in jersey. >> dana? >> i'm not spending it on anyone else. mani-pedi for sure. >> who's he?
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good friend of yours? >> want me to introduce you to him? >> yes, nice man? i would go and spend it on canned goods and give it to the homeless. geraldo, you laugh? because you know i'm lying. >> of course. i would spend it on booze. >> make sure you get a can opener. that's just mean if you don't. >> they have those other tops this. way. this is so obvious. this is from susan b, what are your favorite music genres? >> i like country music obviously and i like amiricana? >> ersnick. >> i like classic rock and i like the pop scene, too. i like hiphop, too. oddly enough the one genre i'm still trying to get into --
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>> country connection. i love johnnie cash and willie nelson. bob dylan. >> people are either into bob dylan or not at all. you can't be a middle of the road bob dylan fan. >> i like country, rock country, hard rock. >> country as they call. >> it you like hard rock? >> i do like it every now and then rocking out in the car. then i like old school rock like the eagles and fleetwood mac. >> that makes me feel really old. i like old people music like eagles and fleetwood mac. >> eric, this is from louise p. are you a morning person? >> yes. i get up at 5:45 every morning. i enjoy the morning. it's a very regular schedule. 11:00 at night, sleep, my wife watches "seinfeld" i get up at 5:45. >> i thought she meant are you unhappy like a mourning person. >> no, i'm fine.
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>> what about you? >> i'm a late night person. that's why i have morning radio talk show which i hate getting up for. i like staying up late and then doing things like taking selfies and stuff. >> that is true. all your most dangerous work is at 2:00 a.m., geraldo. that's when you've got to turn everything off. >> nothing good happens after 1:00 a.m. >> especially in front of an at america as chris rock would say. >> or in front of a mirror as we know. >> i am a night owl person. but i have to get up early so i can be a morning person but i think i'm hard wired to be a late night person. >> we know your answer. what time do you get up? >> i get up later than eric. when i worked at the white house i had to get up at 4:15. that was kind of brutal. and i would start waking up like 3:45. i like to beat the alarm. but now i don't use an alarm but i wake up somewhere between 6:00 and 6:30. >> is your alarm mani-pedi? don't feed him anymore. i'm neither a morning or late
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person. i just wake up whenever. >> you're barely a person. >> i'm barely a -- i just walk around. a friend of mine who you know claims you should get up when you get up. no matter when you're awake you should get up and stay up. that's what you used to do before electricity. >> i would stay up all the time because i never get tired. i get tired but not sleepy. it's a medical problem. >> it is a medical problem. you should seek help immediately. all right, next, there are some new words and phrases in oxford's dictionary. have i banned any of them? yes, i have. any of them? geraldo has the list ahead. >> i never heard drop the mike before. my name is mark amann.
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♪ oxford has added 1,000 new words and phrases to its online dictionary. the edition is reflecting our e voegs ol cultural, political, social norms. the do you know awesome sauce? >> i invented that word. >> what does it mean? >> i'm not sure. >> mic drop? >> i banned that one. >> what does that mean? >> basically says that you said something amazing then you drop the mic. like when i said screw you. >> like if you want to get
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fired. >> yes. >> dana, do you ever get hangry? >> that's one of the words i agree with on this list. >> microaggression? >> that just made the oxford list right now we've been talk the about it for the better part of two years. >> what is it? >> little things, innuendo that could be perceived as racist or wrong to college kids. >> it's an aggression so small you might not know it's an aggression. >> an example going up to an asian person and saying can you help me with this math problem. that's an example of a microaggression. >> that's really micro. >> or like when you work with a jewish person. >> a fraternity having a taco night at their fraternity house and someone would consider that microaggression. >> weak sauce disappointing in terms of standard or quality. whine o'clock now. it's been whine o'clock for quite awhile. >> devaning act of selling
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precious metals to anxious investors. >> that sounds like a brain fart to me. >> hilarity, the act of laughing when asked about any wrong doing. >> hilarity when asked about hillary. nobody got that. you got to explain it. >> i'm disappointed in oxford all together. 1,000 new words? they ought to show a little self-restraint. >> they're desperate. nobody is buying the dictionary anymore. >> yet when you see the term fat shame. fat shame is a term that was waiting to happen and is very descriptive. and i think very appropriate. >> i'm just happy to know that i'm now on oxford dikszary as the manic pixie dream girl. because that describes me. >> your the -- >> not actually. i don't even know what this means, actually. >> this one is totally ridiculous. it's capital m small x.
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this is a sundown. a title used before a person's surname or full name by those who wish to avoid specifying their gender. now it's like mx. >> that's why trump has legs in this race. because everyone is bending over backwards to not offend anyone. >> one more thing is up next. at freshpet, we're changing the way the world thinks about pet food, one wagging tail at a time. with fresh meat and fresh veggies. it's food so fresh, the only preservative we use is the fridge. freshpet. a fresh take on pet food.
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well, it's time now for one more thing. get my joke? >> that was terrible. >> it's an inside joke. table joke. >> keep it outside. all right. sunday night my show, "greg gutfeld show" 10:00 p.m. eastern. a lot of good guests. collin quinn is on. i got owe wn wilson to talk abo trump. >> did he excite you or scare you? >> like everybody i tuned into that last debate. when is the last time you tuned into a debate that was that early in the primaries with ten people? it's because of trump. >> there you go. for more of that, watch the show sunday. and the repeat saturday. >> i like him. all right. i want to talk a little bit about some new discoveries i had on instagram. i'm not very good on instagram. i post really great pictures of my dog on instagram. but i found a couple of things i think are worth passing on. if you want to get onto this one.
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british museum. this whole people the british museum has been doing a whole world war ii thing where they go back, show you pictures from the archive. it's really interesting. you can learn a lot at that one. i also like earth gallery, pictures all around the world. those are really good. here's mine. i have this one. an you can imagine there's a lot of dog pictures. if you've missed jasper pictures on twitter. >> an elaborate invention so you could show more dog pictures. >> it's true but it works very well. >> it didn't work. it was too obvious. >> everyone is going on right now instagram and loading onto it. right, eric? >> very good. two day time primetime pro most to talk about. at 7:00 p.m. greta has exclusive sit down with alek skarlatos and his family, the army national guardsman who stopped the terrorist on a train in france. check that one out at 7:00. keep it tuned to fox news. i'm going to be hosting the o'reilly factor on the 2016 election going through the trump
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campaign, the hillary clinton campaign, jeb campaign, all of them, carl cameron. ed henry is going to show up tonigh tonight. >> that's a good group. >> you do a good job on that show. >> k.t. >> it's my turn now. so this awesome video come to you from the pennsylvania game commission. we all wonder if bears do their business in the woods. apparently they also take baths in the woods. >> how cute. >> this guy was in the delaware state forest and northeast regional wildlife conservation officers put up a trail camera. it was a hot august day. so he decided to just get in and hang out. >> that's pretty cute. >> it's cute. he'd eat you alive. look at that bear he's so cute, adorable. he will eat you given the chance. >> and drown you, too. >> you know why they set up that camera in hot august -- they weren't looking for bears. >> that wouldn't have occurred to me until just now. geraldo you're next. >> thoughts and prayers to the folks in the caribbean island of
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dominique ca got pretty hard by tropical storm erika. i heard 20 dead. as severe as it was in the leeward islands, by the time it goss to puerto rico it was just a rain event. and the caribbean has been drought-stricken. we haven't been able to get i actually own a little island there off the coast of puerto rico. it has been so dry. i love it there. >> you own an island? >> we haven't been able to get out there. i think we have some video of -- >> gun-free zone? >> you have video of your island? >> there it is. that's it. liam and i -- the water has been too rough for me -- >> i have an island in my kitchen. >> is this an elaborate ruse to show pictures of your island? >> do i whatever i want. that's me. >> with your shirt off again? >> what is this show becoming?
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>> i thought what would a week of "the five" be without me taking my clothes off at least one time. have a great weekend. >> i don't know what happened to the show. set your dvrs so you never miss an episode of "the five" have a great weekend. "special report" is next. hillary clinton tries to calm the faithful while she faces even more scandal over the people closest to her. this is "special report." >> good evening. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. we begin tonight with hillary clinton's attempt to preserve her lead in the democratic presidential race amid drama over her top aide's many jobs and her husband's many speeches. this of course on top of the bubbling cauldron of controversy over her e-mails and what was classified marked or not on her personal server. chief white house correspondent ed henry has tonight's top story.

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