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shut up. good night. hello, i'm dr. greg forbes, along with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams and dana perino, "the five." there are two things you can count on in life. a lapdog media that will do anything to cover up a democrat scandal and a republican screw-up that will help a lap dog media do anything to cover up a scandal. hillary has a new ad. >> republicans kevin mccarthy, saying the committee investigating benghazi and clintons emails was created to destroy they are candidacy. >> everyone thought hillary clinton was unbeatable. we put together a benghazi special committee.
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what are her numbers today? >> republicans have spent millions attacking hillary because she's fighting for everything they oppose. >> republicans are out to get hillary. please, clinton accusing someone of being political. it's like bernie sanders making fun of trump's hair. this is the lady who kicked off birtherism. didn't some world leader just say it was okay to politicize tragedy? but mccarthy's gaffe reminds us that republicans are like an ikea cafeteria full of meatballs. the path to who pushed the video, now detours to the freshly painted target on his own party's back. too bad he can't blame that on a movie. let's not forget it was hillary who political plit sized benghazi. she found a fake scapegoat in a video that nobody saw. mccarthy was right, the benghazi hearings did hurt her numbers, but he could have said hillary did something really bad so her numbers should drop. so we still have a liar, who
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falsely blamed a planned attack on a video. after that a profound ignorance of national security in this age of cyberterror and you have a smug someone who failed to see how dangerous she really is mccarthy's answer was dumb. but unlike hillary's actions, it wasn't harmful. unless it gets her elected. that's a problem. how does this affect the investigation, kg? you're a prosecutor. >> shrug it off. rub some dirt on it, benghazi panel and move forward. i wouldn't sweat this. when you're in pursuit of the truth and you're seeking justice, it doesn't matter if one of the other representatives say, honestly, i don't think so. the outcome and the eventual determination of findings that are made, that's what's going to carry the day. this is the best thing you can do, she ran down to print the tape and run with it to make a commercial. it doesn't change. doesn't change who she is doesn't change the fact that she's not transparent.
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the only reason that she can claim this, is because nobody else has been investigated. so many times. >> eric. >> that was a good hillary. >> i would follow it by a wild cackling laugh. >> hillary imitating trump. >> does this effectively remove mccarthy from contention? >> apparently it doesn't. but i think it should. the big mistake, mccarthy made was all right so now speaker boehner says i'm stepping down, stepping aside and everyone says who is it going to be, majority leader mccarthy? tray goudy? >> but in his haste, he ran to the microphone to say i'm the right guy for the job and when pressed on something so important, he fails, he drops the ball. he gives them a get out, he gives hill hillary a get out of benghazi free card on a silver platter. hillary is smart and she's
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trying to turn it she's trying to say because it was, they were done under a false pretense, politics, that we should move along with the benghazi hearings and move on. however, when you do have hearings and do you put someone on the stand, and they raise their right hand and kind of swear, kind of swear to being honest, you don't have to be honest, but you kind of do, a lot of times you get information and that got the email scandal going. so yes, continue, go forward if you're smart, republicans, you don't elect mccarthy as your next speaker. >> well, dana, chris soliza -- >> who cares. >> i know him. >> says mccarthy's mistake is actually what hrc needed this is going to save her. exaggeration? wishful thinking? >> they're all hoping so. here's the thing, i think that hillary played it wrong. i understand that she did what she did because that's in her nature. i think she should have said,
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i'm not afraid of the benghazi panel, happy to talk about it i did nothing wrong there. boom, serious, done. the hearing is going to happen. the federal investigations, four out of five of them that we know of are about her email server. the only reason you know about the email server is because the select committee on benghazi was doing its work and they come across a discrepancy. kimberly, as you know, when you find a discrepancy in an investigation, you follow that down right to the fact that the problem is her judgment on several things and possibly even illegal activity with the private email server, she can explain about the benghazi committee all she wants, think she would be better served by going there, being smart, testifying well, rather than being the victim. the only one she has to blame for this is herself. >> juan, i'm going 0 blow your mind. >> please. >> her allies claim that the email scandal is hurting her because you don't know about her policy plans. i would argue that the is saving her. because you don't want to hear about her national security
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plans, because they're incompetent disasters. >> what plans are you referring to in. >> judging from her past, they will be -- >> i see this is -- the way it is, because i don't even know what to say about it, because i have nothing to base my response on. i must say watching this table go around, you guys, you guys are flailing today. >> juan, you never have an answer. >> i'll give you ans an answer. >> you would go, watching this table -- watching this table -- >> look at it, normally the conservatives and the republicans have a consistent answer. but oh no, today, we are taking all sorts of contortions, going through all sorts ever -- >> they were all brilliant. >> conniption snks there have been seven hearings, the initial intelligence was about a video. but dana now says oh no, so now it's led to the emails, so let's just follow up on the emails. >> i still want to know why she
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thought it was okay to perp-walk a guy in california making a video that had nothing to do with it. perp-walked him in the middle of the night. then she tells the victim's family, they did tell the victim's family -- >> you can shout me down, miss perino, but you know that's not true. >> it is true. >> the truth is not -- >> juan, if you looked at the video before it became famous, like 30 people had watched it. >> no no no. >> used as a scapegoat. >> this is a fact. there have been investigations and congressional hearings and everybody, c.i.a. comes back and says, you look at egypt, tunisia, yemen, people were watching the videos. >> it's yemen. >> there's a bar called yay-man. >> you're the one flailing all over the place. >> i don't know where that is -- >> you scandal. >> you guys are delighting in
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the thought there might be a scandal. but there's no -- >> juan, juan, juan has got jazz hands today. >> imtime for sound on tape. let's look back in the past to see what hillary had to say and why she might have said the video, let's go. >> some have sought to justify this vicious behavior, along with the protest that took place at our embassy in cairo yesterday, as a response to inflammatory material posted on the internet. >> the united states government had absolutely nothing to do with this video. we absolutely reject its content and message. >> we've seen rage and violence directed at american embassies over an awful internet video that we had nothing to do with. >> there's the truth. >> that's the problem. you know you can expect more of
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this test-a-lying. this is like a loose relationship with the truth she sat up there and knew what she was saying was untrue. and she spewed it forward, anyway and she lied to the families. and she lied to the american people. and that should matter. >> you know what's the most disturbing of all of those, is when she was at the air force base -- with the caskets. >> the bodies. >> draped in an american flag and she knew she was putting out a lie, mistruth. whatever you want to call it. >> what are you talking about? >> she blames it on a video. >> it wasn't the video, it was -- she called it a protest in response to the video and at that point we all now know, she knew it was different. >> you guys can shout into the canyon and hear your own voices until the dogs come in. however dana likes to put it but the fact is if you go to people that you would consider beyond reproach, david petraeus, james clapper, director of national
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intelligence. >> clapper? >> they all say the same thing, they testify. you go, you go to michael mcmullen. ambassador thomas pickering, they all say the same thing. you guys say let's have another investigation, because it will bring down hillary numbers, oh, my gosh. >> i think president obama made this very clear. what is wrong with politicizing something if it brings justice? isn't that what it's about? >> is justice -- >> in oregon we have to politicize something to bring justice. so this is just like -- the derogatory term would be a witchhunt. what if it's legitimate? what if it's -- what if it's actually there's something there, juan? >> like what? scuttling hillary clinton's campaign? >> she's deceptive, she lied. we find out everything about her emails. >> you care about ethics, you should care about america. >> can't believe people would use american lives for political purpose. >> didn't president obama say he was, said it was got to
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politicize tragedy. >> he said in response to the nra having politicized guns -- he found it necessary -- >> benghazi. >> she didn't politicize benghazi. >> she blamed it on a video to escape blame. >> that's what the intelligence showed. >> i think you need to go back and look at that. that's not -- >> not only did i look at it, dana, we can read an accountability review board study. we can go back and look at seven congressional hearings. >> that says that the video caused -- >> initially that was the intelligence, dana. >> when it came back. don't you remember when they said they've come back and said they were pressured to change the talking points? we know that from the national security council. i'm not making this up. >> read your colleague steve hayes. >> i love steve hayes, but i'm going to tell you that nobody has come back and said there was a cover-up. people have said you know -- we should have done more in terms of security in benghazi. >> you can't deny that, they plan plated the talking points -- manipulated the talking points. >> they were trying to cover their tails. >> is that okay, juan?
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what? >> you made our point. >> your point is about the death of four people, dana. that's not what we're talking about. >> you said it's okay for them to politicize it to cover their rear ends. >> i did not. the changes that were made were coming out of the white house in terms of the statements and remember the sunday talking story, that's all we're talking about. we're not talking about anything of substance here. >> we are. >> i actually am. >> i'm not sure. >> it's not the fact. >> we're going to call brett baier. >> do you wonder how you can fill that block? >> that was fun. the commander of our forces in afghanistan is challenging the president's plan to pull our troops out. general john campbell is warning when "the five" return.
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is still growing. are we really getting anywhere in syria? >> i just said yes. >> you said the program should be renewed, i'm asking is our strategy working. >> what strategy? tell me what the strategy is i'll tell you if it's working. >> see, that right there is the problem, because they, they have a strategy. they call it the end times. what do you think the beheadings are about? the crucifixions, the revival of slavery. you think they make this [ bleep ] up? it's all in the book. the [ bleep ] book, the only book they read, they read it all the time. they never stop. they're there for one reason and one reason only -- to die for the caliphate and usher in a world without infidels. that's their strategy. and it's been that way since the
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7th century. do you really think if a few special forces teams are going to put a dent in that? >> why is it that a show showtime series can nail it in a minute and our administration with all the smartest minds in the world, military minds, can't figure out an effective strategy? >> because the wrong person is in the house. the white house. >> i like this, juan, she's right. it's not a question of generals, you leave it up to the generals, i'm sure they have a serious strategy. >> the generals would come up with a strategy. and the strategy would be totally unmilitary effort and it would succeed in stamping out the footprint of isil, isis, whatever they call it on the show right now. but the question is, would it then regenerate? because just like kimberly said, they've been at work, the show said, they've been around since the 7th century. they're reading the same koran,
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they have the same goals. would just see more. the obama folks say we need to do something that's going to deal with the ideology, that's so poisonous, but the fact is they're on the ground. >> they don't have battle fatigue, what about mission creep? they are very decidedly focused in their purpose of what they would like to achieve. >> they're crazed. >> they're focused and we're like, let's see, we're going to get back to the red line today. maybe not tomorrow. >> quinn points out 1300 years they've been fighting this battle in the middle east. >> if you go back to 9/11, begin what is president bush at the time called a global war on terror. generational war. tries to explain to the american people for eight years that this is not going to be something that we can solve in the next ten years. you start to set up america to understand that this is going to take a long time when president obama comes into office, one of the first things he does is to figure out how do we start pulling back there is a school of thought, shared by some that maybe the best thing to do is to
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just let them fight it out over there. as if that planning won't come back do to haunt us over here. i disagree with that, but that is a school of thought. it's easy on showtime to try to say that. when you're in the situation room at the white house, and you're trying to think how do you set up the country for the next president -- i think that they -- do struggle from analysis paralysis. >> and let me throw this out here later in the same scene, quinn says, raqqa, that's the headquarters, where they train, we should level it, make it a parking lot. >> you like stuff like that, i know. >> he likes parking lots. he has cars. >> it's a strategy. >> half-measures and ambivalence have never won a battle in the history of the world. i dare you to look that up. >> amen. >> number two, i find it interesting that president obama when he talks about, whether it's isis or any kind of radical islam, that it's always about, these ideas, but when it comes
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to the crimes in america, it's about guns. so it's like why can't we just, i don't understand, it's kind of hypocritical. number three, there's an unthinkable idea here. why not just let them have the islamic state. why don't we just say, you guys go for it wait until they form and then you bomb them. it's hard to bomb things when they're all over the place. let them have the islamic state. >> let them have it in syria. >> call a meeting and say okay, you guys, you're going to be tried for war crimes, toor this you're going to be tried for these horrible things, but then you bomb them. >> you say charles skip, sorry, deleted, canceled. >> another country where president obama's strategy isn't working and that's afghanistan. today general john campbell, the commander of u.s. and allied forces spoke before the senate armed services committee. he said he'll advise the white house to shift its draw-down strategy based on the growing strength of al qaeda. >> the challenges are still
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significant if we fail in this worthwhile mission, afghanistan will once again become a sanctuary for al qaeda and other terrorists. the afghans welcome the opportunity to shape their destiny. but they would still desire, need and deserve our assistance. >> i agree. >> i agree. so when afghanistan had its election that was hard-fought, "the wall street journal" there was an interview with the guy who came in second. they have a power-sharing arrangement, it started to work. but they're not going to be able to do this in 12 months. think what the general is saying is right. it's also an opportunity for somebody like hillary clinton and other presidential candidates, but her in particular, what we have been able to do, with allied forces in the united states in particular for girls in afghanistan and women in afghanistan, will all be lost in an instant if we don't try to keep some more troops there. think if i were hillary clinton this is a place where you could
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support a d.o.d. strategy and distance yourself from president obama's foreign policy. >> didn't the president just say -- >> i think the president has recently said he's considering a plan to allow them to stay. >> i thought you would be celebrating this. >> i am, i'm glad. one of the reasons we're in this position now is because of the draw-downs that we've had so far. >> there have been generals that said we should have left more there and we should never have pulled, drawn down to the levels we've drawn down. >> can you see in hind-sight that was a problem? >> the american people do not want us to be involved with nation-building and permanently locating troops in afghanistan. >> they also don't want to be part of the caliphate. >> very carefully, look, these people have not been able to step up so far, we don't want to lose the progress that's been made. am i recounting what you said. so we need to maybe stay there and try to help them get on their feet. that's, so i think that what you guys should be say something hats off president obama.
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hats off now president obama. or hey you should have listened to these guys six months, a year ago. >> we're almost seeing, president obama is kind of ushering back the 1980s, we're having a cold war go hot. maybe putin should go afghanistan and we could all start wearing high-waisted belts. >> here's the problem, the u.s. troops in afghanistan, they fight under these very restrictive rules of engagement that are crippling, it limits their ability to provide minimal combat support to the forces there. are those guys ready for game-time? no, that's why it's very necessary for us to have troop presence there to be able to stabilize it. anybody who has tried to take over afghanistan to rule it has failed. the best we can hope to do is kind of maintain the order there and beat back the taliban so they don't completely take over the major cities that are important to us and our allies. >> we're going to have to leave it there. ahead the gun control divide, marco rubio and others say laws won't reduce shootings in america. their argument, next.
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politicians and pundits on the left say we have to do something about guns in america. >> we have to do something, just because no solution is perfect doesn't mean there's nothing we should do. >> we have a lot of loopholes in our gun laws and our leaders should do something about that. >> condolences aren't enough. we've got to do something. >> people need to find solutions to this. and not talk about what won't work and that it's so complicated. we can't be the only country in the world that is like this. >> do something. but would stiffer gun control laws have stopped shootings like the one in oregon? here are marco rubio and george will. >> the truth is none of the laws they're talking about would have prevented any of these. i repeat what i say to people, gun laws are only followed by law-abiding people.
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criminals don't follow the law, that's why they're criminals. >> suppose that every gun control measure president obama had suggested had been writ noon law six years ago, which of the shootings, charleston, portland, oregon, which one would have been prevented by those laws and the answer is none. that's why the public turns away from this it seems entirely unresponsive to the real problem. what is the answer? how do you stop the violence? >> obviously if any of us could wave a magic wand, we would want to do that. and do something, it sounds good. because you do want to do something. and feeling like you're powerless is not a good thing. that's not what americans do. americans things. this is what i would recommend to the left. show me a list of the restrictions that you want to place on guns. and then show me the estimated lives saved per restriction. so then we can actually debate. the slippery slope of the loss
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of liberties, is that worth what we're talking about when you say you want more restrictions in regards to lives saved. if you can show that, that's a debate that you can have that's mature and smart and could lead to something. but they never do that. >> well you know -- i was going to say to dana, i thought that was a fair proposal. the thing is you can't quantify the value of life, right? so you wouldn't want to -- >> they do that with vehicles. so they'll say, when you do vehicle safety, there are ways to do cost benefit analysis. it's not fun to do, you can't put a price on a life. but the government does that all the time. >> that's an interesting point. because something like cars we've made cars safer over the years. we make lots of things safer, but we don't make guns safer and one of the ideas that people have is things like, you know putting a fingerprint lock on a gun or making guns, making it so you had to go through certain levels of training -- >> there's gun safe boxes that have that technology.
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>> the trigger. >> i'm saying there's technology out there like that. so the people that want to do something, want to save lives, quantify the value of life that is priceless, but then there's also the constitution, there's second amendment. why would you penalize people who are lawful, abiding gun owners that have every right under this country's laws to protect themselves? >> you can't and you won't and you're never going to get the second amendment reamended. but every time there's a mass shooting this debate comes up. we hear register guns, loopholes, background checks, none of those laws would have stopped newtown, aurora or many of the other mass shootings. what you should be addressing, the mental health, 60 people were killed in chicago last month. 60 people were killed in chicago, my guess, the vast majority of those were killed, were killed by illegal guns, firearms. obtained illegally without background checks. put a mandatory background check on every gun isn't going to stop
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the vast majority of the murders that by gun that are happening in the country. >> so if by dana's standard if i say to you here's a proposal and i think it will save lives, i would say choke off easy access, because so many guns are sold illegally by stopping easy sales and you can say -- >> so many guns aren't sold illegally. >> vast majority of guns that are sold, are sold legally. the gun show loophole is, it amounts to a very small number. quickly, though, you talk about these background checks, they cost money, right? they cost money. you're going to put a background check on a gun purchaser, right? that's onerous, that will, that's like a tax on a minority in a high-crime area. >> we pay taxes on clothes. >> i'm happy you said it's not onerous for a background check. is a voter i.d. card that's free onerous to a minority? >> it's violates the
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constitutional right to vote of course. >> you're saying the government ain't going to pay for it. >> universal background check -- >> if one is too difficult for a minority to get to -- >> look, everybody in the country. i don't care what your race is, has a right to feel safe. >> and you know what feels safe? you know what feels safe? because our money in our banks feels safe because you have armed guards there. but our children in the school trying to get an education? nothing for them. >> our daily life is a constant reminder that deterrence works, all you have to do is walk around and you see the possibilities of armed opposition whether it's police or armed security or a guard at a bank, or secret service at the white house, there's a simple fact -- guns work. guns protect. now there are other issues here. there's mental illness and there's substance abuse and a similarity among all of these people that are loners, that's what you call the needles in the
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haystacks. nobody wants to look for needles in the haystacks because that's a violation. you can't go and round up people because they're loners or shut- shut-ins, it would be wrong. the dad was outraged. the dad was upset that his son had 13 weapons. had his dad seen his son? if you took all of the gun violence and i have no statistics to back this up, this is a theory. if you took all gun violence, gangs, gang fighting, street killing and put them together i bet there's a definite correlation to households without fathers, that there's somebody there that isn't there as a role model. but -- >> talk about that. >> you can't talk about that stuff. >> i would talk about it. but you know what -- what about the mother? in both cases mothers were there and they're buying the guns. >> dads aren't necessary in this day and age, right? >> you're talking about the minorities' right to vote is a constitutional right. and so is my right to own a gun. >> let me just tell you, might have a right to feel safe in my
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home and my street. i don't want a shooting gallery which is apparently what a lot of people want. >> which is happening in chicago and d.c. and baltimore. very tight gun control. >> because of easy access to guns. >> illegal access to guns. >> i'm saying we need to have limited sales of guns. >> criminals and bad people and they're going to get the weapons. right. >> you want to feel safe? get a gun. >> do something, kimberly, tease. >> right now. ahead yesterday was chick-fil-a, today i have more big news regarding another fast food chain, mcdonald's baby. stick around.
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something sky high according to a new poll. is this an opening for joe biden? he had lunch with the president today and could be nearing a decision soon on whether to challenge clinton. biden's team is pushing back on a new politico report that alleges the vice president was the one who leaked the story about his son bo's dying wish for him to run again. a spokesperson calls it false. let's start with hillary. in iowa the numbers are about 59% unfavorable. >> not even "saturday night live" could help her, a version of dulcolax. it still didn't help her. she's being perceived by america as inauthentic. the more authentic she tries to be, the faker she becomes. now he when human beings used to dance the robot? this is the rebers. this is a robot trying to appear human and it comes off rather
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poorly. >> you thought, when regarding the gun control question, right? >> she was saying like it's got to work from the ground up. meaning i'm not doing anything. >> well although she did say she would do executive action, which would i guess imply, eric, that president obama hadn't done enough on executive action. do you think that she believes that she will lose iowa? >> i do. >> i don't think it matters to her. i think she says like we talked yesterday, she could lose iowa she could lose new hampshire and still nail the super tuesday. she -- here's the best part of the whole biden thing -- is that if he gets in, which it looks like i guess he will get in. they even floated elizabeth warren as a potential vice president. it's fantastic. because here's what will happen. all of those donors that were thinking about going to hillary holding back will go to biden, he'll use his money against her. take up a sports analogy. it's like now that you have a playoff game, hillary versus
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biden, the gop can sit back and let them say good, let them beat each other up, let them spend some money. hillary becomes a weaker candidate. >> i think kimberly, i don't know if the biden team floated elizabeth warren, but if the problem for hillary clinton is likeability, why would you tie yourself to elizabeth warren, who actually might have less likeability factor than hillary clinton? >> the bernie sander types will gravitate and flock to her. let's see what happens. she's got serious problems in iowa and if iowa matters, this is going to be problematic for her. down what, 10 points to jeb, seven to trump, 14 to karlie fiorina. not good optics for her if i'm somebody like biden and i'm seeing these numbers and seeing her vulnerability. why wouldn't you jump in? why can't it be his turn? >> don't people might get excited about that. >> juan, do you think it's
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unfair this accusation really about joe biden being so calculating and the suggestion was that he had used his son's death to try to leak word of his presidential ambition, i think that's totally unfair. but wondering what you hear in democratic circles. >> the talk today is that he was calculating, kind of person. but i think that's not the joe biden that i think is on the record. i find it hard to believe, personally. and i think that if he was that calculating and that grim, using a dying son, then he would have come in already, but he hasn't done that. so -- i don't know what to say about it. i do think this on the hillary clinton front -- you know she's highly apparently according to a very credible poll, "wall street journal"/nbc poll, 59% unfavorable. but it's incredible when you look at the numbers, she's actually winning in iowa right now. so i don't know how to make sense of that. but she's winning in iowa.
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>> maybe because they don't like the alternative. >> that could be. but she's winning, she's not winning in new hampshire, but she is winning in iowa? >> isn't she losing in iowa? >> if you look at one poll. >> the most recent. >> no. >> she's losing to bernie in iowa and new hampshire. >> thing about the biden issue in terms on what is motivating him to run. i think there are worse things than being motivated by your family and trying to do well by them. what motivates her to run. nobody questions that, except for right here on this show. ahead the title of america's first family has always applied to the family that lives in the white house. should the obamas relinquish it to the kardashians?
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did you hear america has a new first family? the kardashian/jenners, how they're billed on the new cover of "cosmopolitan." sparking outrage in the twitterverse, like them or not, the reality tv family has a massive following. the question is has celebrity replaced religion in america?
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that's what spider-man andrew garfield thinks. what do you think? >> among celebrities is considered a revelation? although it's been said for the last 30 years. when it comes from a celebrity it's like watching a dog open a can of beer. how did he do that? he proved the point that he, this whole thing is he's mad, he's mad he has to talk and do these interviews. he proved his point about how vacuous hollywood is he's jealous of the kardashians because they didn't have to go to the acting class and they're big. was he talking about the kardashians? >> he was talking in general. i thought you were going to say he was great because he said i'm an actor, what do i have to say. >> but then he went on to say a bunch of garbage and proved his point. >> dana, this is the argument coming from some people like "huffington post" and others saying this is black eraser, you're putting the kardashians in where the obamas should be,
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the first family. >> the obamas have had plenty of cover stories in magazines an they deserve to and they are the first family. but i think that when "cosmo" did this, they were thinking how can we get people talking about our magazine cover. >> and they did. >> the kardashians being on the cover of a magazine is not very interesting. if you add "america's first family" then we're all going to talk about it. >> did it come in the mail to you? >> no. but i'm reading. the first family of fashion. >> he has to put on his glasses to read the fine print. >> no, fashion applies to the under $50, beauty under $10. >> no, no, he put on his specs for that. >> a big misunderstanding, people. >> i spent my time researching syria. >> this says here right on the cover, kimberly -- >> let me save you.
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>> it says easiest workout for an epic -- what is that? what is that? it says -- >> that's not the same. it has nothing to do -- >> these are the kardashians. >> you think they aren't -- >> isn't that what america is all about? >> i think it was rude. they didn't put caitlyn on the cover. >> oh, my gosh. one more thing, this is a delicious one more thing, coming up next.
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one more thing! man bun news! i got a man bun today. it's about time. man bun news. and man bun nudes. brigham young, brigham young is banning man buns among students, these male i call them dork knobs, because it's against the student honor code. i would like to salute brigham young for banning these horrible things. only sumo wrestlers should have these. but if you're a beta male waiter, if you shouldn't have this. if you're working at starbucks, you shnt have this. if you're an architect, you shouldn't have this. this is for sumo wrestlers. >> what was one of the pieses of advice you gave me early in the
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show? >> no props. >> i think it's weird how you say -- >> i'm going to have a spontaneous one more thing. i have a great friends of mine, stewart -- >> you have no friends. >> stewart and allie siciliano. this is their new baby, betsy. elizabeth, just breaking news, elizabeth stewart siciliano, they're going to call her betsy. she joins older sister, annie. great, wonderful -- >> they're not puppies, i'm so surprised. >> juan? >> so you know, sports are a guy's soap opera. and you know, the lady's version of soap op remarks you got to wait weeks for a new development. this weekend if you're a washington sports fan like me, what a weekend. on saturday, scherzer pitches his second no-hitter of the season. on sunday, the washington football team score as last-minute touchdown to win. and they're no good.
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and then on monday, the nationals fired their manager. so it's been like soap opera heaven for me this weekend. >> when are they firing papelbon? >> i don't know. on to important news, people watch the show don't care about man buns, they do care about do you live in a biscuit or mcmuffin area? if only the electoral college would light up like this. the red is where you can actually get the mcmuffin, but you have to go down to the south here where it's blue, to get the biscuit this is made on the preferences by the customers. so here's the good news. now mcdonald's, people have been complaining, it's a big problem. people want breakfast on demand. maybe i want it at night. now i can have it. all the time. because you can get this right now at your local mcdonald's, you can also get something else very tasty besides the hash browns, this is the sausage burrito. >> look at that huh? >> robin has never been happier
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with fox news. >> sausage mcmuffin, shawn brought back only ones with ham. >> that shawn. >> you don't have any money in mcdonald's, you just love the food. >> mcdonald's is really the first dulcolax. >> i saw the best documentary i've ever seen in my life. it's on hbo called "terror at the mall" you got to check this out. it premiered about a month ago. check it out on the reruns, amazing footage. moving on, i know it happened friday and you've probably seen it somewhere, it was worth a few minutes to see jewels, monrovia, california french bulldog who encountered two bears on her property. look -- scared away two bears on the property. the family has two children and the neighbors had been -- >> isn't that amazing? >> the kind of dog you want.
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>> i want to point out you threw your man bun at me and your hair is now on my breakfast. set your dvrs, and set it for "the five"! this is a fox news alert, i'm brett baier, welcome to washington, donald trump says he's in it to win it. the republican presidential front-runner told me today he's not going anywhere and expects to win iowa and new hampshire, despite what he calls some shifts in polls. he talked about topics he has not addressed, laying out his opposition to a new trade deal. his defense of eminent domain and explaining why he sent marco rubio a care package. we'll have my extended interview with donald trump in a moment. first the headlines, the top u.s. commander in afghanistan says the deadly air strike on a hospital in kunduz was a mistake. general john campbell told a senate panel the call went through a chain of


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