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>> i am hi i'm greg gutfeld. thanks for being a friend. coming up a is sword video so outlandish it upset a feminist. they pulled it off the web. reporters accused donald trump and jeb bush of using an offensive immigration term. and both candidates tell the reporters to go pound sand, which as of august 23rd is not an offensive term. be the ashley madison hack has made people very very nervous. not me. ii can't emphasize that enough. i missed you, america. let's get started. >> it absolutely ridiculous. >> he talks, talks, talks until his time is up. >> it's not journalism.
it's -- i almost said a bad word. >> this is poor guy shows up there and just makes a fool of himself. it's just sad. >> this is your chance to hit mute. ♪ ♪ >> so like a chocolate eclair on alec bald baldwin's plate, it seems hillary's campaign ised. the embattled emailer is sticking to her story that storing official misses on a private server in new jersey backed up by another server in a closet in a bathroom in a lot of in colorado, which is state is no big deal. doesn't every secretary of state do e this? but did she try to wipe that server clean?a >> didry you wipe the whole server? >> i'm -- you know, i have no idea. that's why we turned it over. >> because you were in charge of it you were the official in charge. did you wipe the server? >> well, with like a cloth or something? no. >> you know how it works digitally. did you wipe the. >> i do not how it works
digitally you at all. >> you did not try. >> ed, i know you want to make a point and i can just repeat what i have said. thank you all very w much. >> this issue isn't going to go away for the remainder of your campaign. t >> nobody talks to me about it other than you guys. >> she flopped harder than johnny depp's mordecai. what an angry pumpkin. hillary clinton'sclin emails violated government policy. and usually what a federal judge says is fairly important at least in my house. what does the clinton campaign think of this? let's ask fox news chief white house correspondent and my saskatchewan partner ed henry. i know you are in the hamptons right now. i'm just wondering if below screen you are actually in your swim trunks. >> no. i have got pants on. a news conference could break out at any point out here in the hamptons because hillary clinton is vacationing here. >> that was a fun interview. did you expect her to flipning t out like that? no. it was interesting. i thought it was a very direct but pointed question but a fair question as well,
and she seemed to struggle with a simple yes or no. did she wipe the server? if she didn't, did she direct someone else? the bottom line is, whether i got an answer or not, the fbi has got a bit more power than i do. and now that they are investigating this, they have got subpoena power. they have got a criminal investigation open and i think that's been the game changer in all of this. it's one thing for republicans on the hill to o be beating up hillary clinton. it's easy to takeeon t the clinton playbook and say, you know, this p is partisanship the fbi reports to the obama justice department it's been a lot harder for her to answer these questions. >> biden seems to be going to d.c. for some meetings. what do you think?or what does this mean? in?ss. he jumping >> i think joe biden is b edging closer to getting. in i mean, you had the fact that the story leaked a couple weeks ago that his late son's dying wish was that his father get in to run for president one more o time in part the leak at the very beginning said that tocl
block the clintons from getting the white house back. it would have seemed ridiculous to think this particular vice president who has made a lot of gaffes and would be a third obama term by the way, which usually you don't win when d you try a third term of a sitting president. it would be um probable that he would have a good shot. now, given all of hillary clinton's email problems, the clinton foundation, and, look, now the clinton camp is saying well our strategy at the end of the summer is going to gothe back to her time as secretary of state, focus on the positive. well, what's that? the rugs -- russian reset, the iran deal. she has a lot of explaining to do. >> we have to move on, enjoy the rest of your hampton's work plan, i'm sure you have got your spf up really high. >> it's been really wonderful being with you, greg. >> go awayy>> now. i love ed henry. let's welcome tonight's other guests he has more chops than a ruth's chris steak house. look at himhan in that church, a
yum yum. so shirt that hermine feel avoid her. is he so bright lock sailors follow him behind tonight. camille foster. she is just here to finish off our empties and sleep under a table. it's joanna. and she is our answer keyp and oversized comedy glasses op ed from national review. finally and most certainly least our liberal panel. nic, you want to go to yougo first. is hillary clinton over or is she over? >> well, i will just put it like she did. >> yes. like created the greatest meme in internet history. >> it's not going well for her. >> it's remarkable. i was watching that exchange. she is very testy.y >> yes. >> she gets very upset very easily. i think that's common with a lot of democrats because they are not used to being questioned at all.
>> she seems like -- it's like the end of fargo the moviee where they corner jerry lundergarden in the bedroom. she wants to get away because she can't. >> she can because you preble won't see her for another month actually. it was shocking thatth she this in the first place.n i think that exchange was four and a half minutes. she really engaged with ed which i think is a good thing or moving in the right direction. another bad joke came out. this is on the heels of the snap chat joke which i think is going to go down in history as one of the bigger political mistakes that you can make mid maybe almost federal indictment or whatever is going to happen out of this. as the wit point of she is over she is still leading in thell polls. i know it's 18 points and it used to be 60. that's a big difference and bernie sanders is gaining. i don't think we are going60. to elect bernie sanders and joe biden needs her infrastructure. we are talking about it and it's interesting. at the end of the day they are going to be going for the same people. democrats are not quite ready to abandon the clinton ship here. >> iren' kind of agree with you. camille, i look and it seems
to me that she has lost control of the event. it's like a child who let go of his birthday balloon and heading towards a power line. >> but it'sowar still so early. i think that's what is really important here. if all of i this was playing out in the heat of the election and we were down to two people, then maybe this would matter a lot more. i wonder if we keep talking about it now the voters don't fatigue on the issue and the only thing that could actually make this a federal case is it becoming a federal case. >> that's a good point. a >> i try. >> joanne you failed many times in life but you bounce back. what is your advice fordv hillary right now? >> she has to fully commit.w? there is someone on her campaign staff who is telling her, you know, you need to make these jokes. but she is not mitted to them. >> i'm suggesting that nextt her campaign song, she needs to add it to the joke and ite should be wipe out. be "wipe out." >> very nice. she can always answer to that and everybody laves. >> katherine apparently the
democrats want a woman in the white house. it is a historical first. i want a clarn met player as a first. do any of the candidates play clarinet? >> yes. jim gilmore plays the clarinet. he made it to the band. >> does that play a role in his candidacy? can that bring him back. people who think it was whacky. >> speaking of whacky. liberal panel are you worried about your chosen candidate? it was supposed to be a coronation now it is an annihilation. that almost rhymed. >> no, greg, and i am shocked and offended you would mal line our greatest secretary of state of all time in this day. if there's one thing about the
clintons they don't like away evidence. >> that is true. >> i think her jokes are hilarious and if i were a brick wall ailed want her to stand in front of me. >> by all accounts carly fee reas -- fee or reason knee crushed it whatever that means. the poll numbers jumped the latest fox news poll puts her in 7th place among the candidates. if cnn keeps to the rules ooze they are krar lcarly won't go f. they go back to july 16th before the fox debate. is that fair? >> i think cnn is keeping her off because they are scared of her. >> this hurts the republicans, too. >> it does once the trump so is over. he is sucking up so much energy so much air time because he has his 25 percent of the vote. then you have all of these people who have legitimate ideas. they deserve to be heard and
they are getting pushed out because of it. i mean the public has spoken. they are into trump. they are into carly but many others are into trump. >> it is not right to me. i don't think it is fair camille? >> cnn is entitled toous whatever methodology they willed they would like to. they want to their what many voters have to say. >> carly fiorina has. she has these new ideas. >> we need her on the stage because where trump doesn't give any sort of policy or stul statistics or facts fiorina does. >> the fact that he is not saying a great deal of substance. he is giving great laugh lines and pushing back. >> entertainment at its finest of course. we are getting closer to electing a president who needs the facts. >> i finds facts to be complicated cat. i am learning through the process that the fewer facts you
have the further you go am i correct? >> no. >> or further? >> no. you have to be a little whacky and fun and interesting, but facts are a nice bonus. especially with the internet available with all of the facts. >> i have a question for the liberal panel. as much as obama might loathe the clintons i don't think he will have the justice department intight hillary. they are like obama's obnoxious neighbors. you don't want to start a fight with them because they will run over your mailbox and probably drug your dog. >> once again not shocked and offended you would ask me that. i think hillary will get a congressional medal of honor. she is not only destroying printed e males but digital e-mails. think how small her carbon footprint is. >> before we go a quick update
on the story we have been following earlier this week off the coast of cape god an actual place a gray seal escaped certain death. why do we have to worry about the color. at the jaws of a great of courts white shark. the incredible video went viral but i couldn't help but wonder what happened to these animals. we have a great installment of where are they now. >> a luck yie seal he is fast. he leaps there goes the great chiet shark. he is right after him. >> what happened? >> he got away. >> he wasn't dinner or lunch. >> he wasn't dinner or lunch. >> that was on wednesday. great white shark carl became instant celebrities after the confrontation was broadcast on tv. it took them in
he swam to the deepest place on earth the mary anna trench and never was seen again. he had a meeting with producer jerry bruckheimer who introduced him to another famous seal. sources say the pair are now developing a new game show for nbc called seal or no seal. the legendary performer called the move a no brainer. >> when somebody asks you to be a part of something so wonderful it is an invitation you can't resist. >> congratulations to both seals on the project. we discuss a guy who's name rhymes with donald trump. yes, ronald clump my opthalmologist. wonderful guy.
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>> anchor babies. donald trump used the term a few times this week while laying out his immigration plan until a reporter told trump he can't go around saying that. >> when you hear the word anchor baby that's an offensive term. >> give me a different term. give me a different term. what else would you like to say? >> american born child. >> i will use the word anchor baby. >> do you regret using the term anchor baby yesterday on the radio? >> no, i didn't. i don't regret it. >> do you have a better term? >> i am asking you. a lot of folks tell me it is offensive. >> don't ugive me another term. don't yell at me behind my ear,
though. >> he tweets the jab they are called babies. unless they are at planned parenthood then they are anchor tissue. when did anchor baby become offensive? cat, do you know when it was decided why? >> 2006. >> brant barrett of the new york sometimes declar -- new york ti called it der rinflammatory. >> maybe that's why america is embracing him. >> isn strategy of the left to go after the language and decide what words we can use and what we can't use? >> i have seen that strategy i am employed. the reason anchor baby isn't offensive is because it is the description of a phenomenon isn't accurate. they get to stay here forever magically. >> they don't?
that's not how the whole process works. there are plenty of immigration lawyers that sits here happily and explain it. i am not one of those. that's not how it works. i am just saying they would be better than me at explaining that. do you think it is a minuscule problem or not a problem at all? >> they are the rashest people that have having people here and give them the ability to do something starts at like 18. you have to hide this child away so they can do something. i happen to have a stack of names. i wish i did. if it wasn't happening at all why would they have made up an offensive term about it. >> simply becauses in not factual doesn't mean others don't talk about it. >> why did it happen so often they came up with a catch phrase about it. it must have happened quite a few times.
>> at least 10 times. >> in 2006 it was a debatable issue. a lot of people were talking about immigration then and that's why it kept coming up. >> welfare queen was a tribute ban to queen. it got twisted into something weird. the problem with this thing is they were great in trump's list of things to do there was some good stuff in there. >> it is all lost now to the constitution. >> there were a lot of good or maybe he said terrific lawyers who agree with me. they talk about verify when he is talking about tougher enforcement. that's all we are focusing on now we are focusing on anchor baby. this is a problem on the left. the pc police. you start missing the point.
you can import american citizens. >> i am only for supporting people with hand guns. >> not the really good looking ones, please. >> there's none, trust me. i have been doing research. >> i want to move on to friday's alabama rally which was pretty amazing. i spoke to -- donald spoke to a crowd of about 30,000 in alabama where he took a duke key on a cookie. >> i love othreooreos. i will never eat them again. i will never eat them again. nabisco closes the plant they just announced a couple of days ago in chicago and they are moving the plant to mexico. why? why? >> this is the firstive hea i h heard. he's actually correct about it. why are they moving the plant? >> because policies in america make companies pay twice the
world's average for sugar. >> is that necessarily nabisco's fault? >> no, it is the government's fault. sugar is the number one ingredient in these cookies. can't have cookies without sugar go to mexico you can have a lot more cookie profit. >> you shouldn't blame nabisco he should blame the government which he happens to be good at. >> nick, i watched the rally last night. i he is very entertaining. kind of like your rich uncle he wants to tell you a bunch of stories it is fun but then he wants to go home. >> i have heard the stories about ford. i know he's a great guy. it is working, right? >> he is like a stand-up. >> i have seen him a couple times on once live, it is
hilarious. that sort of aspect of this campaign is sort of irresistible. i kind of went from thinking he was funny to thinking he was awful and dangerous. now back to thinking he is funny again. >> winning me over with his i don't give a... attitude. now he is kind of entertaining. >> this is my theory. if trump could split these things apart if he could take the enthusiastic phenomenon and separate it from the unrealistic quick sodic like stuff about anchor babies, but he wants to take a real advisor or have infrastructure or read about policies or study history there are things you can do to campaign that way. that makes him so relatable and why people love him. so much of the country is very opinionated and very passionate. he sounds like me. he sounds like my family.
as you get further along that is not going to>> you know what would make me work for trump if he is in confrontation the way he is with bernie staanders wit black lives matter if he handled a confrontation like that the way you would expect him to i think you would stand up to people who are aggressively pc. >> that would be nice. >> battling the facts would be nice. if he has sophistication that makes it hard for american companies to operate here within the borders of the company instead of pandering to the audience. that is a sij reason why america isn't doing as well as it could be, build the mek canized drones along the border. >> making america great again doesn't require you to report
everybody that is illegal. there are other things terror especially is important part he is missing. the other thing i like about him is he remind me of me at a bar. you have been there. you kind of laugh and smile. >> i have a flask hidden in my jacket i can only listen to you when i am equally intoxicated. which if i were going to one of these events i am sure they pat you down and you can sneak something in. that is a tailgate for you. >> it was fun. at least he's having fun p. if people were having fun liberal panel you are probably a guest spot. >> this is clearly cookie privilege. with know you should eat hydrox instead of oreos.
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>> a recruitment video by a university of alabama sorority alpha fee is the subject of grave outrage by grave outraged merchants because of this. it shows the girls having fun. >> the push back was led by angry writer al bailey because it lacked ethnic diversity. see the evil again. >> horrible. they even gave each other piggyback rides in bikinis. >> that's great.
>> really mocking one eyed people. >> bail beacon demes the video as so racially and aesthetically whom moj nows so hyper feminine so reduct tive in object fying so stepford wives. somebody took gender studying. how else was sheable to string together so many tax phrases and still say snog whatsoever. who was the stepford wives exactly? i guess you would have fooe preferred this instead. >> i want sol long. >> the old group. >> like typical cowards a university of alabama said this video is not expectant of student organizations.
no disciplinary ks a is being taken. the backlash is so harsh they deleted the video from all social media. it is a spokesperson for black lives matter. he denies this saying he doesn't know who his daddy is. rachel dole czar who claimed to be black and who knows. both suggest his way out of the girls from alpha b when someone accuses you have being too white or too blonde since hopes they are acceptable who is to say you aren't. as for now the transgender ex k -- he is kim mow. >> i go to you for no apparent reason. why can't they say they are black if identity now seems to be a choice? >> i am fine with that actually. as we discussed before i am
racially agnostic. i don't self identify as black race is a social conflict. you don't consider yourself black? >> i don't care about the first one. >> it is really great stuff like a business owner and nephew. i don't need the other stuff. it's not necessary. >> i could use some of that stuff. >> i was offended by the lack of men. >> because of the hyper femininity in the video i am going to do a little man spreading if you don't mind. >> you know that they have man spreading is when man's spread on the subway. they don't have signs please don't throw up on me>> you may
be closely locked in. you need a video to explain to the public. >> a diverse one. >> exactly. they don't look like they are homeless. they look like hipsters from brooklyn in if i had doras. >> they don't want to talk about busing in sororities now? >> jessica? major social change is brought around for pressure. i am not advocating for that necessarily in this instance. i saw a brunette like hated it. i went to all women's college, though, it was kind of like a sorority anyway. since when do they hold them up is to such high esteem. if you don't want to be a part of it save your money for
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of users. they did it because of the full delete picture for 19 bucks repentant cheaters could scrub it. users almost always pay with credit cards. their purchase details are never removed as promised and included real name and addresses. the most important information the users want removed. the hackers exposing the cheaters themselves which seemed wrong to me. >> were you glad your name was left off. >> i was trying to get on that site for years. i don't think i was checking enough boxes. things i referred. >> a lot of fetishes involved, nick not just wearing loud shirdz with razors. i have a theory why did so many people join ashley madison? because it is advertised late at night. it used to be advertised during red eye. it is 3:30 in the morning and you are alone and all of these
nice people are alone and they sign up. they are targeted. these are our people. >> we need to go back to late night home shopping network kind of stuff. you need your guilty pleasure to be spending your hard earned money on things you don't need. i do feel really bad. we think about this but this is like a global site. people around the world. it is outing a lot of homosexuals. in some countries, too, even cheating is fun nishable. >> they could be killed. >> he could this be killed. >> you know, we can like joke about it whatever these cheaters are getting what they deserve but a lot of people are getting what they really don't deserve. >> it is a very good point. somber one at that. took a lot of humor out of this. say what you did last segment. >> i wholeheartedly apologize. no, i agree with you. there are so many venues for doing this now. it is ridiculous. i am sure people are on tinneder ever are i day.
that's another place where you think you are not going to get caught but you are in the same network with a million people you know. there is nowhere safe to cheat. maybe that's a good thing. >> i think camille you have to go back to the oral legend of talking to people face to face. you go down to the regal beagle. remember the regal beagle? was that the bar at three's company. >> i have no experience with any of this stuff. i will admit i searched for bunch of my buddy's e-mail addresses. i found one hit. i had to say sir why did you use your real e-mail address. it wasn't mandatory. >> or the government employees. >> apparently it was a scam. most of these guys were hooking up. you talked to women who were really there. >> who is ashley madison? >> ashley madison is not a specific person. what they did was combine ashley and madison because they were
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these commercials like this one for a web domain company. >> you never know when an idea will hit you. when it does make it official. >> you saw that correctly. a black car chasing a white person. all right. we get it. white has to be afraid of black. isn't that engrained enough already in our society? you don't seem upset. you are probably thinking it's just a cabbage. but the cabbage is driving a black car which is clearly meant to represent a black male. right? just because you have to look really hard to find micro aggressions doesn't mean they are not there. >> yi agree. aren't they all macro aggressions if they hurt you? why does size matter.
>> maybe there's another one for a slow jackian car company. >> the message is pretty clear, right, greg? white men think that chicks can't take care of themselves. can you believe they even used chicks to represent us? we all know that chicks is a derogatory term. look at this. he is literally picking up a chick which is the exact kind of attitude that perpetuates rape culture. does that look like the face of someone who is consenting, greg? >> it is hard to say because as you said it's like a chick. i don't look at women's faces because i find my eyes are vessels of patriarch key. >> that is true, they are.
i have one more. i want to warn you this one is very up setting. >> all right. >> i am mini baby bell. >> what's your super power? >> i am super g. >> that's impressive. i am super cheese, too. >> super cheese. >> made with 98 percent milk. >> the super hero comes out. it's a white male cheese. it's original. >> it is one nonwhite feminist nonconforming chief. it is 2015 for crying out loud. it is not diversity. it is a problem.
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>> that is true. i have many insights. i have been approached to run for president. i have given it serious thought. then i realized it would be a grave mistake there are many things in my past that i would refer to keep in my past. >> actually proud of that film. i was referring to the german art films i made in the 80's. >> your campaign wouldn't have a leg to stand on. next one, linda wonders, what are you looking at over your left shoulder during the show? >> wow, she is quite observant. >> i often get easily distracted. here's why i look over there.
>> he's our nude cameramen. maybe it is time you should, too, america. >> i am trying not to be fleshist. >> gary asks when are you getting fox's most frequent face mr. william due vain on the show. >> it has been a long time since we talked. he no longer speaks to me it was after an incident that took place at his farm in dallas seems it was not the correct way to ride a horse. i am for the allowed any more on any of the properties. i am quite the outdoors men joanne here's a video of me at my own ranch.
>> it's over, isn't it? thank you, joe ann. kneel f d tonight, on red eye, a fraternity in virginia invites freshman daughters and their moms to drop inwh for a visit. who says chivalry is dead. jeb bush's mom says we have had too many bushes in the white house. sorry, jeb, george is still the favorite. a boy accidently you punches a hole through a work of art. can you blame him? have you beenhave to the warhol museum highlights and low lies but first a break. live from america's news headquarters, i'm jackie ibanez. texas prosecutors charging a 30-year-old man with capital murder in the killing of a houston area sheriff's deputy.