trump, trump, trump trump trump. hello, everyone. it's "the five." did you hear donald trump gave a speech last night? my unicorn for a montage. >> jerry jones is a great guy. >> the silent majority is back, and it's not silent. i think we should call it -- maybe we should call it the noisy, the aggressive, the wanting to win, wanting to win. majority. another great guy is mark cuban.
so the debate. i hear they're all going after me. whatever. whatever. where is pastor jeffers? he's around here someplace. i love this guy. by the way, can you see in the back, they have the best view. can you see it's really my hair? you know who's going to take the place of trump? arnold. and he's a friend of mine. you are going to be -- if i'm elected president -- so proud of your country again. >> amazing. so this is the historical first republican style. forget the first female in hillary or the first african-american in obama. no, this historical first is celebrity. entertainment is the new black. do this exercise, imagine some politician saying what trump just said. he'd be toast. but trump has a bubble of immunity. he says i'm an entertainer, declaring himself a member of a
new identity group that affords him new protection. sure, it has drawbacks. it's creepy watching starry-eyed men in the media fawn over him but who does that remind you of? >> i felt this going up my leg. >> during this first 100 days what has surprised you the most about this office, enchanted you the most, humbled you the most and troubled you the most. >> in a way obama is standing above the country, he's sort of god. >> the reporters, it's almost hard to remain objective because it's infectious. >> that's bad. so maybe trump is the right wing obama, attracting both fan boys b but impervious to gaffes. to quote andrew breitbart, politics is downstream culture. meaning culture influences politics, not the reverse. trump is the guy from tv, not d.c. his impact flows downstream to
politics, so it's less a campaign and more a comedic crusade appealing to the bored and fed up. the fact is the right has been a part from culture so long maybe it takes a tv star to build that bridge and speak to the america currently held captive by liberal media. trump has problems. he could be crass and repetitious. i wish he could say something deep for once about terrorism. he's a gamble. one that must convince us that he's actually more than just a pretty, red persona or not. he could win as is. unless the dems wise up and run clooney. >> all right, last night -- >> that would put me in a conundrum. >> if it's george clooney versus trump, what are you going to go with? >> i won't tell. >> what did you make of his speech. >> i'm kidding, come on. >> what did you make of his speech? it was 90 minutes, total impr
improvisati improvisation. there was no script. >> that's a talent in and of itself. >> but it gets repetitious. >> if this guy had a tv show, it would be hugely popular and it would be number one. it would be the most amazing. yeah, i don't know. he's good at what he does. he's very confident. he's able to develop into this communication style that, yes, is entertaining where people like not even necessarily are going to criticize him if there aren't many specifics because they feel like he has the concept, he has the idea, he has the energy. and people are like, yeah, give america a b-12 shot. let's do it. let's pump up the military, let's do all of it about the economy, make it robust. i think, you know, it's working for him. i'm excited. >> is it any less stylistic than president obama? obama won on style. why can't trump? >> we've been saying at this table that's what the republicans need. that's what the conservative movement needs, the personality, someone who can embrace culture. he doesn't embrace it, he gives
it a big ole bear hug. he opened that speech and that was masterful last night. he had 18,000 people packed in, in a stadium. it felt like it was -- k.g., we were on the floor of the republican national convention in 2012 and we watched. there was more excitement there on the floor of the rnc that light, i'm telling you. >> i agree. >> so he opens up and says this, guess what, guys, first things first. you notice anything? no teleprompter. wow. and it just got better from there. he talked about -- he nailed the four areas that are probably the most hated areas by the general public. politicians, establishment politicians, the media, president obama and wall street. he methodically took them down one at a time. i think he did a very, very huge service to himself. there were a couple of lines that really stuck for me when he said it because he delivered it not because he was delivering a line. he delivered it because he
believed it. he said we're sick and tired of what's happening and it's going to change. politicians run, he says, but they give up nothing. now think about that for a second. when a politician runs for office, he's trying to get a better office. a lot of times they'll go from mayor to congressman to senator and try to run for president. he's saying if i don't become president, this was a big waste of time for me and that really resonated. >> wow, i totally disagree. i think if you decide to run for public office, you are actually -- you do give up a lot. you sacrifice, especially if you're working in congress. let's say that your district is in rural oregon and you've got to travel back and forth and take care of a family, two homes. and you sacrifice the ability to work in the private sector. donald trump sacrifices nothing because he's always going to be rich, as he has reminded us, so i disagree with that. i do think people in the audience there, the 15,000, are sort of thinking how could it get any worse in washington? maybe we just have something disruptive and try something totally new. those of us that work there are sort of thinking oh, my gosh,
they have no idea what it's like you have to deal with the e.p.a. and interior department and they're going to tell you you can't build that because of the e.s.a. there is so much bureaucracy built into washington. i'd love to blow it up too. they're mad at the system and the people working in the system. they could throw those people out, the system still exists. >> exactly. somebody will go in and still do the same thing. you will see donald change. all of a sudden, he'll have to talk about actual issues and specifics. but last night because there was no script, i found it very repetitious. i heard a lot about china over and over again. but i want depth. i want just something that i can go, wow, he actually has an answer for this. >> wait, wait, wait, why do you want depth? are you trying to find a reason to like him? >> i want a reason to believe. that sounds like a song. >> you know what, take a look at those polls out. those polls give me reason to believe and i'm a great doubter. but the fact is he's still here. in fact he seems to be getting stronger as the weather gets
cooler. i can't believe it. >> everything has tied into climate change. >> thank you, thank you. >> climate change is responsible for donald trump. >> i notice that the establishment republicans are very threatened by your culture warrior, greg. club for growth now, big ads in iowa. all loading up on trump as not a conservative, as someone who was a liberal, who took liberal positions. so what does it mean to be a republican? all of a sudden, it doesn't make sense. trump is going after eric skies on wall street. >> what's interesting is you're having the most ideological component of the republican party supporting the most illogical opponent in history. >> he doesn't have an ideology but he does have celebrity. i think you said it right, smooth as skippy as they say, i think you got it right. he is a celebrity candidate.
i just don't understand why republicans are so tuned into a guy who would go after a war hero like john mccain. i just don't get that. >> it's the fact that he said it and didn't apologize for it. and that was really what's resonating. >> is that cool? >> here's what kind of is cool to me. we sit here and worry every single word that comes out of our mouth. if we say something wrong, we're going to get yelled at, we're going to get in trouble. there's going to be people protesting out there asking for our jobs and it's not -- half the time it's something that isn't even that big of a deal. what he's showing is pc, this is -- in other words, we're deathly afraid of being destroyed by the pc police, right? you are too, juan. >> you lost a job for it. >> but he ended up here. >> maybe everything isn't as politically incorrect as -- >> but eric, to say that a guy who was in prisoner of war camp
is a loser? i mean that's offensive. >> you don't have to like what he said. >> to call a whole country rapists and thieves? to call a woman -- >> what i'm defending is his willingness to say what's on his mind and not have to apologize for it five days later. >> the middle point in here is you can -- i think what you're saying is a large group of people accept him warts and all. the warts are the mccain comment, the comment about carly and megyn and sometimes his daughter. when you go to eric's point when he's unapologetic and honest about his beliefs, then you have to accept warts and all. you have to accept what's good and what's bad. he doesn't care. >> he covers it up with let's make america great again. this speaks to your point about let's say what's on our mind, let's express our anger. but it just strikes me that it's the kind of populist anger at so many people who previously were
in the republican camp. >> yes. >> can i just throw -- what's his name, chris christie, remember him? remember he was the outspoken guy that was in your face a long time ago? this is him on "the kelly file" discussing the coverage of trump. >> i've watched this jeb bush/donald trump food fight. let me clue you in on something. nobody cares. nobody cares about that. you think anybody around the country who's a middle class family sitting around a kitchen table worrying how they're going to pay for their kids' college? they want to see what they're going to do for the country, not should jeb be speaking spanish and is he low energy. >> you've got to put on chris christie. >> and your ratings will go through the roof. skyrocketing. you want ratings? christie is ratings. >> kimberly, at a point you can believe him because remember we used to run clips of christie all the time and it was really
entertaining. it's like christie got outchristied by trump. >> this is a long road. we're in september. you've got over a year until people will have to push the lever or whatever, the stylus or whatever you've got these days. so he's going to hang in there. he's looking at long game and he said that from the beginning. he's really going after new hampshire. but nobody can deny that donald trump has still dominated this election, you know, cycle and the air waves and the energy. so let's see what happens. >> going back to this idea, dana, as an entertainer, and he said that after the carly thing. he said i'm an entertainer. it's hard to square off with an entertainer as a policy person because you can't say those things and he can. it's just like barack obama. >> i thought that montage was very effective. i had sort of forgotten some of that but it's interesting to watch. remember when president obama said he had gone to 50 states, got seven more to go to? something that would have been
fatal for a republican candidate. for obama, the media was like oh, you know what he meant and there was a forgiveness there. >> from this perspective, it looks like for two and a half months people have said this is a clown show, any minute it's going to explode. it's the summer of trump. as soon as the weather gets cooler, it's going to all be over. as juan points out very accurately, his lead continues to grow. it's his to lose, guys. this is his to lose. >> it goes back to is there a gaffe that he hasn't committed yet that people will finally say enough. i agree with juan. the thing that always bugged me was the mccain thing. it drove me crazy. >> so what does that tell you? >> if he can say that -- >> if he can say that and say the things he said and it's not bringing him down -- >> what does it say about us? >> exactly. >> if you take a shot at trump, he goes after you, your ratings go down. look what happens. anyone who steps up and takes shots at trump --
>> where's governor perry? don't forget we're talking about christie. i think christie is not on the stage. we've got to move on. up next, we discuss russia shipping tanks and offensive weapons into syria. i kid. it's another block on trump. later, a first look at greta's exclusive interview with the soul survivor of last month's on-air shooting in virginia. stay tuned.
nobody is going to be able to do the job that i'm going to do. nobody. they won't. who would you rather have negotiating, jeb or trump? would you rather have hillary negotiating? or would you rather have trump? >> my god. >> back now with more on the trump at the naum n trump phenomenon sweeping the country. here's marco rubio yesterday trying to make headway on the front runner. >> more nervous before first presidential debate or first college football game? >> i was more nervous before my college football game because you were actually going to get hit. >> harder to recover, hillary
clinton's e-mails or tom brady's text messages? >> i think it's harder to get hillary clinton's e-mails. >> most important preparation, for a big game or a big speech some. >> make sure that there's water nearby. like right now. >> dana, here's the latest poll that just got released today. trump 27, carson moving up, 23, look down there, rubio 6%. dana, that political ad dropped on monday night, the first monday night football, you can hear the music in the background. i kind of liked it. >> i loved it. i thought it was cute. it seemed unskriptd. maybe it wasn't. i think maybe the water thing was scripted. remember after the first debate and fox debate in august, it was largely agreed, conventional wisdom, that rubio had won that debate. and so i think the fact that he's been able to at least stay in the 6s where the others are, while the front runners run ahead, i think he's in decent position going into tomorrow might. >> she's right. he's in very good position. >> he's got them just where he
wants them. >> right where he wants them. he's very warm and personable. you know, i saw him in the hamptons and he was addressing a bunch of people. he's very well versed on national security and foreign policy, so you know i love that. yeah, i think that he's definitely one that is still in there and he could -- you know, he could ultimately get it. you never know. >> the football reference, a hail mary pass to stay relevant, to stay in the fight? >> no. >> especially with the money, it's going to be an issue after this debate, greg? >> maybe walker needs one. >> there's a poll that says 65% or whatever are still figuring out, they don't know who they're going to pick. we've got to remember america is not like us. they are not overly ideological. if you aren't wearing a football helmet right now, they're probably not paying attention to you, because we saw one event with trump, but there were 300 stadiums this weekend filled with people watching football. that's the real american ideology. they're not even paying attention to this stuff yet.
>> that's what christie was saying to megyn kelly. listen, co 75% of the electorate hasn't made up who they're going to vote for so he feels pretty confident that in the end he could prevail. >> have you seen that level of enthusiasm at this point in any race of all the races you've watched, that level, the 18,000 crazy for him? >> there's no political analysis that makes sense of donald trump right now except one point and it's the anti-immigrant fervor that he has capitalized on. but until terms of what you're talking about, the kind of passion at this point, remember, campaigns didn't get going like this until recently. at this point you didn't fill american airlines arena in dallas, they say he got between 15 and 20, but the kind of passion and energy and the protests outside. who has ever seen something like this? >> i think you could go back to 2008, however, and look -- and
imagine what hillary clinton's team was thinking as they saw barack obama gaining on her. >> later is what i'm saying. >> and he had those kind of things. tomorrow night the most important thing is to lower expectations on yourself and raise the bar for all of your competitors. >> he's done that, but let me just quickly say that i think this question about how do you break out is the point here. i think there's some opportunities. now, rubio i think will have a little trouble with the immigration issue because of his vote previously -- >> but that was a big -- last night that was probably the biggest applause trump got when he said we've got to fix this immigration. we have to fix illegal immigration. and that's a standings ovation. >> and that's in texas, a border state. this is a much hotter issue than we know. breaking out tomorrow night, i don't know that rubio can go at him on immigration, but i think carly fiorina could ask about you worry about my face, i worry about your hair. >> or principles. >> the point is you don't fight him on that stuff. you go -- you go after my face,
i want to know what you believe in. you can see my face. i can't see what's in your heart. >> oh! >> thank you. >> and there we go to the doctor. in fact they should hire you because they need some lines. they need a counter puncher. >> i have what cnn should do immediately tomorrow and out fnc. they should do another raise the question question at the dwining of the debate and go everybody raise your question if you believe president obama was born in the united states. do that question, it will be the biggest thing ever. >> i will tell you we talked about this last week, the gotcha question that laid into donald trump. he walked that back. now, if that's any indication of what tomorrow night is going to be like, you may get a different -- first of all, we thought it was going to be this going after trump. you may get a little bit of a softer debate than we had hoped for. >> that is remarkable. i mean in 2000, george bush was asked can you name the president
of slovenia, not really irrelevant. but the head of the kurds force, maybe someone you should be aware of. what's also strange is there are conservatives who will have said somebody like me, you're not a real conservative. for ten years, you're not a real conservative. i can answer the question about that. i know the enemies. but i don't get any credit. somebody like trump gets off scot-free on it and hugh hewitt has walked it back. i think that's amazing. >> no, he did. he said it was his fault. he shouldn't have asked trump that question on his radio program. >> hugh hewitt backed off on that? >> he backed off on the question. no, i'm not making that up. >> because i just think why doesn't bush say to him, you don't speak spanish? why can't you speak another language. you don't even speak english that well. >> the birther question, you come out with that, it's a great debate. >> let's ask it right here.
kidding. >> people can evolve. as more information becomes available, people can evolve. >> oh, my god! >> it will be interesting to see how trump faces off with -- by the way, director, thanks for taking the one shot at me. tomorrow night's debate, make sure to tune in for the best post debate analysis right here on the fox news channel beginning at 11:00 p.m. eastern. o'reilly, kelly and hannity tomorrow night. more to come on "the 5" in just a minute. >> more trump?
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pre-k system in this country. we should expand social security benefits by lifting the cap on taxable income. we have a plan to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure. i have introduced legislation which says that every public college and university in america will be tuition-free. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. who's going to pay for all that, bernie? but his socialist agenda would cost americans dearly. the price tag of these last two proposals, $18 trillion. he's more expensive than dr. evil. well, that's according to a tally by "the wall street journal." sanders doesn't think the number actually is accurate. >> that is not the reality, and we will be responding for "the wall street journal" on that. i think most of the expense that they put in there, the expenditures, have to do with a single payer health care system. second point which they really
didn't get into is we are going to demand that the wealthiest people and largest corporations in this country do start paying their fair share of taxes. >> oh, boy, wow. okay. that's a motivator right there. imagine if he was the nominee. all right, talk to be about the numb numbers, bolling. he's saying these numbers are inaccurate, that $18 trillion is a little high. it's a little too north. >> he might be north because he's talking about raising the upper level income brackets. if you raise them to 90%, which he said in the past, you could probably pay for some of the things that he's talking about. >> but you have to assume that. my point is if you don't do that, if you're unable to raise the taxes, then who's going to pay for all this free, free, free, free. >> it's all smoke and mirrors. the democrats are never going to put up bernie sanders as their nominee. it's going to be either hillary clinton or someone else. right now they're deathly afraid it's not going to be hillary clinton so they are trying to
figure it out. joe biden is there, he's -- the same day he said to the world that he wasn't sure if he had it in his heart to run, he sat down with, as we pointed out, the mega bundler, who tells you he's there shall he's in the game. he just has to figure out the right time to do it. >> that was interesting because david brooks, the "new york times" columnist said he didn't think biden would run. then when he saw the colbert interview, he said, oh, he changed his mind and said everybody needs a story and i hate the word, but the narrative, a reason for your candidacy, the arc of how did you get to this point to run for president and that he was laying the groundwork to do so. >> i think he's right. let's just wait and see. hold your breath but not for that long. >> until i turn blue? >> exactly. no, red. >> cute, clever. greg. >> yes. well, no, the great thing about socialism is there's no need for a price tag. a price tag is evil. it's the ideology of infancy. the selfishness of need without
the selflessness of work. we don't know how this is going to be paid for but it's going to be paid by people out of their paycheck probably at 90%. he didn't say anything, i guess, about funding to fight terror so who's going to protect all this free stuff that isn't really free? you're going to need more than socialized health care when terror strikes. he was at liberty, he spoke at liberty. they were so nice to him. >> no kidding. >> it would be like rick santorum speaking at burning man. they sat there and applauded and were so nice. but -- >> i admire him for going there. >> that's what i'm saying. but he has some really crazy ideas. but who cares because people are angry. >> yeah, but you know what, it's easy to get people fired up for free stuff. everyone loves free stuff. even rich people love free stuff and swag bags. >> this is the point. >> this is the point. people are like oh, free? free education, free everything, give me free housing, give me a free car, give me a free phone.
oh, obama did that. >> i'm amused at this table. >> are you? >> last week you guys were all for bernie. bernie is taking down the evil hillary clinton. and not only -- because -- because it was clinton, anything that hurts clinton, you guys are all for. but i must say i thought picking up on what dana said, i thought going there, he went into the lion's den. i thought he was -- it's interesting -- >> conservatives are just nicer people. >> oh, no, i think they are defr ent yal. bernie sanders is speaking power fully and i think speaking to a very strongly liberal base, boy, if he was ever elected, you'd say oh, my god, bring back obama, bring back hillary. >> juan, you're right about one thing. i am for things that hurt hillary clinton's candidacy, so i'm for hillary clinton. >> there you go. nice.
political correctness has taken over many college campuses. that's why jerry seinfeld, chris rock and others say they won't perform for students anymore. sarah silverman isn't known for her pc comedy, but she thinks comedians should accommodate the college crowd. >> everyone is going to be offended by something, so you can't -- you can't just decide on your material based on not offending anyone. but i do think it's important as a comedian, as a human, to change with the times. to change with new information. you have to listen to the college aged, because they lead
the revolution. they're pretty much always on the right side of history. >> president obama feels otherwise. even he is tired of censorship on campus. >> i don't agree that you, when you become students at colleges, have to be coddled and protected from different points of view. you shouldn't silence them by saying you can't come because, you know, my -- i'm too sensitive to hear what you have to say. that's not -- that's not the way we learn either. >> all right, greg, so should comedians change with the times so that they can keep an audience? >> but that's not what this is about. beware of the but. sarah silverman said i am for, you know, free speech and i'm for -- but, when somebody says but, that means that she actually disagrees with everything. she's the beau bergdahl of comedy.
she just turned traitor on everybody who has to work for a living and fight the idea that jokes aren't jokes. it's based on the idea jokes are actual actions. they're almost like physical violence. but jokes are just jokes. they don't have any physical impact. if it has an emotional impact, it's because you're weak. so she finally gave in. my theory is the reason she gave into this is over 10 or 15 years ago she made a slur against the chinese on the letterman show and she was hounded over this for years and she refused to apologize. i think after a while she just said i can't take it anymore and now she's just turned traitor. >> so if you can't make fun of -- if we can't make fun of ourselves and laugh at ourselves, what's left? i guess you could still make relationship jokes, right? >> those are cute. >> is she just -- she's looking for the college gig? she wants to be on college campuses? you know, dr. carson has the best -- have you heard this idea about what he suggests for political correctness or politics on campuses? if it's a public university, i
would keep the department of education, but if the public university is politically biased, pull their funding. what a great idea. it makes so much -- it's a public university. we all have to pay into the taxes that support it. why should it be leaning left or right for that matter. >> but who gets to decide? >> i don't want the government deciding if it's politically one way or the other. keep the government out of there. look, i think this has really reached the point of absurdity. i just read where there is a law professor at harvard says you can't teach about rape. you know why? she says because somebody will say it was a microaggression or trigger warning. >> because somebody might have had an experience in the classroom so you should teach about it in law. >> right. and then university of california has now put out this new policy that you can't use language or terms in classrooms that could cause that emotional response in somebody. now, on the one hand tony morrison, the author, said the pc thing is about the power to
define. it's the people in power who said this is the way we used to talk about the washington football team. how are you going to take that away from us, that's our tradition. on that level i can relate. i don't want to be defined by somebody else. no, seriously. >> it's the redskins. >> i don't want to say it. it's just like i don't want you to use a slur against me. i don't want it, okay? so i'm not going to -- >> but they are actually called the redskins. >> that's the actual name of the team. >> it's a nickname that was given to it by the owner. but anyway, my point -- >> on the sweatshirt? >> yeah, the whole thing. that's the nickname of the team. >> i know, so they're just called -- >> like the patriots? >> i'm mad over the white sox. >> the slurring you're talking about against you is pretty much universally understood as a stir. blacks and whites and probably every single black person would call that a slur. my point is there are probably a good percentage, probably half of the native american community that doesn't find the redskins
name offensive. >> okay, okay, but i will say this. >> but you brought it up. you brought it up. >> i don't want to go back and forth because i think we've had that conversation. but i will say when you get to people like redd foxx, richard prior and all, and seinfeld, i think you've got to be able to laugh at yourself. >> redd foxx? that's inappropriate. >> i don't like it and you said it. >> it's just a nickname. it's just a nickname. >> there you go. >> all right, we've got to run. so he's crossed her mind, but hillary clinton says she's crossed him off the list as a running mate if she wins the nomination. we'll tell you who that is, next. at&t and directv are now one.
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if hillary clinton wins the nomination, she could use a strong running mate on her ticket, wouldn't you say? so how about her husband, bill? he'd fit the bill. >> he would be good, but he's not eligible. under the constitution, he has served his two terms and i think the argument would be as vice president it would not be possible for him to ever succeed to the position, at least that's
what i've been told. so it has crossed my mind. >> she's wrong. she's wrong. the 22nd amendment i think says you can't run, can't be elected president more than two times, but doesn't say that you can't succeed, like be in the line of succession or be in the line for vice president thing. >> maybe she should get the fact checkers to help her out. this is what's amazing, the left is so excited about getting bill clinton back in the white house. the thing that they were pushing is we'll get the first woman president. what they really want is bill clinton back in the white house. what's the point of having the first woman president? i don't get it. this is amazing. >> but the men, an amendment. there's three things about this thing. one, it's her fake laugh at the beginning. she's got -- they have got to buy software and put it inside her so she can laugh like a normal person, because i'm tired of hearing that weird laugh. the fact is she's got what i call the batman and robin complex. bill is batman heechlt h.
she is robin. she keeps thinking if she hangs around him she'll get the power. if she really believes in woman and she did the speech about how you should believe women when they have got women and did this speech you should believe women when they've got, when they're accused of -- >> a rape accuser. >> give monica lewinsky a job. czar internship. she smeared monica lewinsky, remember? >> the czar discernship. >> wait a minute. you guys are getting stirred up over bill clinton. bill clinton you snow very popular. >> he still has it. >> that made him more popular. >> this whole segment. >> but you like bill clinton? >> i like redd fox. >> that's what i was going to say. >> well, i mean, can you blame him? >> would it be so bad to have
bill clinton back? >> i'd rather have him than hillary. >> absolutely not. there are people who think that way. >> you think so? >> yes, not me. >> you know what i think, did you see. >> a show of hands -- >> have you seen twice now hillary clinton said i would love to debate donald trump on the issues. she was trashing him about don't cherish women, respect women. twice she said she wanted to debate him. can you believe, trump with ler history of excusing bill clinton's indirections right under her nose. >> i don't think they want to go down that road. >> oh, he would go down it. >> trump would bring that up? >> if trump -- >> he'd drive down that road with a mack truck, trust me. waving the blue dress over his head, whew. >> he would show up in a blue dress. >> now that would win -- >> he is shows up in a blue
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sustern, she is the soul survivor oof that online shooting that took the lives of adam ward and take a listen to this. >> i was waiting for him to shoot me in the head when he shot me in the back, i said, i'm going to be paralyzed, darn. and then i waited and then i said, it goes real quick, they say, oh, your mind the world goes in front of you. and it did real fast and i said i'm ready. i'm ready. >> vicki gardner with getta van susteren "on the record" you don't want to miss it. one of my biggest fears is going whale watching. not because i'm afraid to like watch a whale. i'm afraid of this happening on a kayak on a boat. look what happened off the coast
of california. this humpback whale comes out of the water breaches and lands, it lands on the kayakers. they made it back to shore shavely. but i'm telling you, peter, this is why i do not go whale watching in any sort of boat. kimberly will agree with me, contained water is better tan being out there. >> you'd go guppy watching. usually hide in the little castle in the bottom. out bar-b-que? >> i use that, whale watching super yacht inside the hot tub. >> actually, i'm not ready for that. >> beer is good, it keeps you alive. on o'reilly tonight with boerne my the show. >> sanders. >> it's time for greg's war on man buns. all right. as you know, for the last couple weeks, i have been after men with man bun, those little things on the top of their head, a vertical pony tail that makes
them look like an onion, sense i pointed this out, millions of the people have been calming me personally at home upset. now the "new york times" has finally tackled the man bun. . this is from the "new york times" people saying they want to walk around brooklyn with a pair of scissors and cut them off. that's assault, by the way, you shouldn't do. that that's wrong. i think what's happening is since we have pointed out on "the five" man buns exist. everyone is seeing them. they're at the gym, at the restaurant. they're sprouting out of people's heads. you know what they remind me of, two years ago, guys run around with the sunglasses on the back of their thing. exactly. >> i hate that. >> stop it. >> is that why you got a haircut? >> i got a nice haircut. why change the subject. eric, you are next. >> i have the best one more. . sunday i'm watching tv, i'm watching fox, fox news sunday. and this happened. >> taking on trump is timely and the only republican who has had the kidney to do it in a robust
way is bobby jindal. >> what about -- >> wait -- >> this isn't "the five." >> incidentally, no offense to "the five." it's one of might have favorite shows. >> no offense taken, wallace, you want to know something, we like you here. >> that's a great one more. . >> i actually do take offense it to. krimgs, if you are watching, it's over between us. >> it's over. >> you are dead to me. >> it's hard to go back from doing "the five request itself to a similar show. >> he's done. chris wallace is done. juan. >> you want me to tell him? >> i have to go back and live with him. >> you like us better. >> oh, yeah, of course i do. >> hey. >> take that, wallace. >> so sometimes my fongs colleagues genuinely inspire me. earlier this month john scott went on a hike in peru to raise money for poor children. >> very sweet. >> he hiked 28 miles all the way, by the way, but he raised, he had 28 people who did the
28-mile hike they all raised at least $2,000 to help a poor child in peru. you saw them there a moment ago with one of the children he is helping, a young man named joseph. he also said he did it for his own kids because he wanted his own kids how great we have it. >> america. >> nice one, juan. special report is up. this is a fox news alert. welcome to walk. i'm bret baier. republicans tonight are making a last-minute push to keep fighting against the president's iran nuclear deal. as you look at the senate majority leader smi mitch mcconn the floor right now. >> republicans on capitol hill call this iran nuclear deal one of the biggest foreign policy changes in a generation. so the next step in this fight will be an amendment to be announced by the senate majority leader. mitch mcconnell will say he will file an amendment that will prevent the president from lifting sanctions until iran meets two different