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it's more than one sentence, but sorry, i'm a talk show host. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> we are here to make sure that a change is made so nobody has to endure pain my mom and dad and i go through on a daily basis. >> and now the system is failing the steinle family again as the senate blocks kate's law. we predicted it we will tell you what happened today. >> people are tired of what's going on and they are tired of what's happening to our country. >> donald trump and ben carson continue to dominate the republican polling and it's all tied in to kate's law. we will tell you all about that. >> that's a --
>> also ahead, update on the confederate flag group charged with gang related crimes. >> i don't have safe at all. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. kate's law, donald trump, and ben carson. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as we predicted here on the factor, democrats in the senate blocked a vote on kate's law today. that is the bill that would impose a mandatory five year prison sentence on any illegal immigrant convicted of an aggravated felony who is deported and then returns after being deported. five years mandatory. the reason the democrats blocked kate's law is that it was attached to defunding
sanctuary cities which the left does not want to do. foolishly, instead of simply voting straight up on kate's law, the senate put both pieces of legislation together. everybody knew that would doom the vote. everybody knew it yet, the republican leadership did it anyway. that's what makes americans furious with the political system in washington. on gretchen carlson's program today senator rand paul actually tried to justify the situation which is just another reason paul will never be president of the united states. the truth is, politicians are playing games with our safety. >> democrats believe -- local law enforcement are better judges what keep their communities safe than donald trump or bill o'reilly. the safety of our neighborhoods and local committees should not be a pawn for a republican latest gamut tied to failure to act on comprehensive immigration
reform. >> senator reid are, the poster boy for anarchy could not care less about the death of kate steinle. could not care less. all he cares about is complete amnesty for undocumented immigrants. that's it. now, this is why donald trump and ben carson continue to lead in the republican polling. recent cnn poll has it this way. trump 27, carson 22. marco rubio. jeb bush 8. everyone else 5% or below. nbc/"wall street journal" trump 25%, carson 22%, rubio 8%. bush 8%. everybody else below 5%. obvious many americans are are fed up with politics as usual and want to crush the current system. both trump and carson support kate's law and would not play games with it there comes a point where the american people are going to have to take back their government when a 32-year-old woman can be gunned down by an illegal felon who had been deported
five times, and you can't get a strict law punishing illegal alien felons passed? when that happens, you don't have a functioning government. it's hard to believe but the far left in america actively opposes kate's law. recent editorial in the "new york times" actually sympathize with the man charged with killing kate, quote: mr. lopez sanchez was a homeless man with drug convictions. but no record of violent crime. the bullet he fired was found to have ricocheted off the pier, suggesting that he had not targeted anyone. the suggestion that it was a horrific accident could well be true, unquote. well, here's' the truth. juan lopez sanchez was convicted of seven felonies in the u.s.a., including selling hard drugs. he was deported five times.
he came back six times. he broke into a car in san francisco. he stole a gun. he recklessly fired that gun in a public place. and kate steinle died. yet, he is portrayed as a homeless man who just might have committed an accident. it's unbelievable -- unbelievable is too gentle a word. finally, i'm not going to give up. senator charles grassley, a hero on kate's law, is trying to get a stand alone vote. >> thanks to many people, including t v's bill o'reilly, for keeping this issue constantly before the people of this country. this part of the bill then thamed by bill o'reilly commonly referred to as kate's law has become so
important to many americans. >> well, we will see if grassley's quest will finally lead to justice in the united states senate. but, if it does not, hear me well, we will confront the villains. no matter which party harbors them. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. reaction, joining us from washington, senator pat toomey who is a co-sponsor of the legislation that was not voted upon today. so where am i going wrong here, senator? >> well, first of all, bill, you are absolutely right to be outraged and absolutely right to put a spotlight on this. i would say at this point' what we ought to do is just have a vote on just kate's law. let's put thatten on the senate floor. i'm going to predict that the democrats will vote against it because they are so opposed. >> let's let that happen. >> which we should. >> let me stop you there. >> okay. >> you knew that by coupling it with the sanctuary city defunding that it wasn't going to be voted upon. why did you bother to do that? >> because here is the
reason. kate's law is all about a mandatory sentence on people who should be locked up for a mandatory period of time. bill, you actually have to have the guy to convict him and put him away. sanctuary cities prevent you from grabbing the guy as you know. the san francisco police had the guy. and when dhs said hold him for us, we want to get him, they said oh, no, we are a sanctuary city and they released him. in order to get him, you have got to end sanctuary cities. >> okay. look, i'm for ending sanctuary cities. the way i would have done that if i were mitch mcconnell would be to get kate's law passed first. i hope you are wrong on that. >> i hope i'm wrong, too. >> i know there are some far left nuts in the senate, but their seats are at risk if they vote against this law. because any opponent can just hold that up and say you want this irresponsible person as your senator? so that's number one. but you get that passed first. then you go back to
sanctuary city defunding. all right. because at least you get something out of it. right now nothing is out of it. >> but there is no reason we can't go to kate's law by itself. i'm afraid that they are not going to pass it because they are so adamantly opposed to any mandatory minute municipal sentencing. i hope i'm wrong and you are right. >> that would destroy the democratic party which is what the republicans should want. >> we ought to have that vote and put them on record. >> that's right. >> we can separately have the vote on ending sanctuary cities. >> that's right. >> they don't work without each other, bill. they need both. >> i have talked to all of the senators who had questions about the mandatory sentencing. there are some republican senators who don't like that. i said to them, look, this is about protecting kate steinle and everybody else. it's too late for kate, but it's not too late for everybody else. but, in addition, if you have kate's law, law enforcement then can sweep these guys up out of the gangs because it's a crime
even to stand on the street then. if they have an aggravated felony conviction. they don't have to make a case against them. they sweep them up. that destroys the criminal alien gangs. let the democratic party vote against that. but you have got it really make the case for the american people so even liberals, not crazy left, but even liberals say, you know what? this is wrong. pressure is what's going to get this done, senator. >> i totally agree and that's why your role in this is frankly indispensable because of the bully pulpit you have. that's why we should have a vote on a free standing kate's law but also a vote on a free standing bill that defunds the sanctuary city because we need them both. >> that's fine. >> i have made that case to our leadership and i'm going to make it again we ought to have those votes. >> now, i want you to tell senator mark kirk, a republican from illinois, that he better wise up. he was the lone republican who voted against defunding sanctuary cities and kate's law. he better wise up, this man.
all right? i'm coming after him unless he changes his mind. now, senator joe mangs, a democrat and senator joe donley a democrat they voted for. so you got two. you got two. you will get another five if you make your case persuasively. when do you think the vote on kate's law, the stand alone will take place? i think we should do it sooner rather than later. other legislation cued up. sooner rather than later continue this and drive the issue. >> you tell that leadership i ain't going away. >> good. >> it better get done soon because i know where they live. and believe me we will will come right to them. >> all right. >> all right, senator, good work. >> thanks for having me, bill. >> thank you. vicious battle between democrats and republicans over hillary clinton's benghazi situation. we'll have the very latest on that. later, gutfeld and mcguirk
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kevin mccarthy saying that this was -- benghazi hearings were essentially political. look be how they were effecting hillary clinton's poll numbers and that sort of fed into the narrative that the democrats were pushing which is this is just a hit job on hillary clinton. so i don't think it has any credibility is the problem. >> you don't think the committee hearing on thursday has any credibility? >> not really. >> no? >> i think it's severely severely undermind. i think to the average person who isn't following this closely or perhaps to the average democrat who believes hillary clinton. >> certain democrats don't want to know anything about it and they don't care about it bernie sanders, they don't care. but he was the email thing. he was benghazi. it's tied. in red jr. to the compliment, powers? you are a pretty informed woman. if you weren't, wouldn't be here on the factor. >> i will will play this back to you in the future. >> you know me, no spin zone. you are pretty well informed. >> yeah. >> do you know why hillary
clinton did not respond to a direct cable from ambassador stevens asking for more security? owe didn't get it. he ceabled directly to hillary clinton. she was his boss. do you know why mrs. clinton did not respond to that? rge well, i any what she said is she didn't see it. >> then, if she didn't see it, what does that say about her as the head of the state department? >> if you want to give her the benefit of the doubt. >> no i don't want to give her the benefit of the doubt. why would i do that? she was the secretary of state, i'm asking you. >> that's not what i'm saying though. i'm saying if you want to give her the benefit of the doubt and say there are things that come in that she doesn't necessarily see. >> requested security from an american ambassador that's pretty big. >> let me finish what i'm saying. even if she didn't see it, there were other requests that were made. >> a lot of requests. >> right.
many requests made to senior people. there is really no excuse for it. >> good. so and i are kind of going down the yellow bring road together i'm the tin man and you are dallas-fort worthy. now, that's all that the committee on thursday has to establish. they have to ask her point blank did you know about this cable from ambassador stevens? no, i didn't. okay. what does it say about your leadership capacity that you didn't know an urgent request from a sitting ambassador in a dangerous region that you're deeply involved with with and you don't know about it? what does that say about your leadership? that's it? that's all. you don't have to get into this and that and the other thing. that's the crux of the matter. >> they are not going to do that. >> yeah, they will. >> here is the other problem with them. they are the game that cannot shoot straight if you have not noticed. >> if you are watching this program and i believe they are that's exactly what they are going to do. you are right. >> i would be very surprised if they are not outmaneuvered by her. i think she is probably
going to somehow be able to turn this to her advantage. because i think she is more on top of things than they are frankly. >> she is a very smart woman and anybody who denies that is not smart. but i will will tell you this. >> look what trey gowdy just did, bill. where he accused her. >> all i'm saying to you is. this i think it matter. >> if i'm a simple man and you know i am, powers. and i can frame questions like that, they can, too. if they choose not to, then i will walk away from this benghazi investigation but i don't think they will. i think they will get right to the heart of the matter it speaks to leadership. if you didn't know about this, did you fire anybody? did you fire anybody for not telling you? who? when? that's how you do it. simple is best. kirsten powers, everybody. very well informed as always. directly ahead, president obama promising to veto the military spending bill. will that put our forces overseas in danger? then a follow up on the confederate flag group now charged with gang-related
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factor follow up segment tonight, president obama threatening to veto the military spending bill. the house and senate allotting 220 billion with a b spending. president obama wants a guarantee if he signs the authorization with the money he can lift caps on domestic spending projects he wants. so once again the bills get tangled up in politics like kate's law. with us now the co-authors of the new book extreme ownership, how u.s. navy seals lead and when. lt. commander jack -- jocko
and elise babin. luck i couldn't. the military general, i assume both of you guys follow military news closely. where are we? is the u.s. military on the downside? what's going on? >> we're definitely on the downside. and i think the front line troops are frustrated. if you look what's going on in the world right now, there is a lot of bad players, bad actors on the move and we are showing our military that we are slashing aircraft, we are slashing troops. tens thousands of contact troops, armor, ships. >> do you believe commander wilnik that the basic soldier, marine knows this? do you think they know it. >> they absolutely know it. >> how do you know it. >> when you go to the front lines, training itself, you have got guys if you and i were going to get ready to prepare for war we would want to shoot a bullets thousands of them. when those numbers goes up. the types of weapons we get
to use go down and not prepared as we should be. >> you both concur under the obama administration the emphasis away from the military is hurting the country? >> absolutely. >> yes, sir. i guess i put words in your mouth there but we want to get to your book because it's very interesting. the headline of the book commander babin extreme ownership. what is the headline of this book? why did you write it? >> we wrote this book because we learned some tough lessons on the battlefield in the battle of are ramadiy. humbling lessons in combat. biggest thing we learned that leadership every level of organization is most important thing. most important factor in whether a team succeeds or fails. extreme ownership leaders at every level themselves or piece of munition or in charge of dozens and dozens of troops or hundreds that they take extreme ownership of everything. >> you translate that into civilian life if you are
working with a group in some corporation, what do you have to do? >> it's exact same thing, leadership whether you are out on the battlefield trying to capture and kill bad guys or whether you are in a company trying to produce a product. you are -- in both cases you have got a group of people, human beings that you are trying to get to execute that mission in the most efficient and effective manner. leadership whether it's on the battlefield or business is is the same. >> you guys are ache critical conditionisms, i'm ache critical conditionisms. we live in a soft society people addicted to machines whole life. you guys are tough guys, hard guys. so your personality, would be shocking to a lot of measures. do you understand that? >> well, listen, that's what we need to project in the world. as a nation. and i think for us and for the we want our enemies to look at america. >> it's the toughness that the navy seals develop and we all know what the
training is. you develop a hardness, a toughness that isn't really present in civilian society, is it? >> when we go and work with with companies, we are not trying to make them tougher. we are trying to make them smarter. hardest thing about being in combat isn't the physical task that you come up against. leadership. trying to get bunch of guys to risk their lives to carry out a mission. that's what the biggest challenge is. >> you have to motivate them in a certain way and you show in the book how to motivate them by doing certain things. correct? >> you have to get them to believe in what they are doing. if they can understand not just what to do but why they are doing it, believe in the mission. >> editorial comment you don't have to say anything. but i don't believe that president obama believes in the military. i mean, he doesn't dislike it. he just doesn't believe that it's a force that i believe a force for freedom and force for obviously defense of the american people. gentlemen, thanks for writing the book "extreme
ownership" we thank you for coming in. >> thanks for having us. >> gutfeld and mcguirk are hopped up about some hispanic opposition to donald trump hosting "saturday night live." also, is it legal investigating organized crime, charges against the confederate flag group. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. i use what's already inside me to reach my goals. so i liked when my doctor told me i may reach my blood sugar and a1c goals by activating what's within me. with once-weekly trulicity. trulicity is not insulin. it helps activate my body to do what it's supposed to do release its own insulin. trulicity responds when my blood sugar rises. i take it once a week, and it works 24/7. it comes in an easy-to-use pen and i may even lose a little weight. trulicity is a once-weekly injectable prescription medicine to improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. it should be used along with diet and exercise.
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students of color and 20% are white. but the results weren't representative of the student body as a whole. >> that is concerning to me because as principal i want to make sure that their voices are all heard from all background. >> her vision for students are not only to be academically successful but agents of change. that's why she called a meeting with with all student candidates and administration today to talk about ways to move forward. >> hoping we are not full phiing the election. we are not canceling the election. we are not saying it didn't count. >> they might possibly add positions in an effort to be more equal. this can be a learning experience for everyone she believes. >> sure. with us now in new york city democratic strategist co-host of outnourished. even though white kids comprise 20% of the student body they won most of the seats, all right, in a fair election. okay.
the principal didn't like the election and held the process up. i understand after the factor gets involved, there is an update. >> there is an update that she has backed off her position, bill. >> she heard you were sniffing around and she backed off her position. although she still doesn't want to add, perhaps, extra seats. at first i thought is this like mogave government. >> zimbabwe. >> putting diversity in front of democracy. in fact, bill, the whole student body voted. there is no fraud. 80% of the student body is minority but they voted for the kids. everybody voted. >> jessica, 60% hispanic about 10% black. and then about 20% white what have you and this is san francisco. really nobody is really surprised. what you have is this social engineering. we always go back to the social engineering. the kids voted for the kids they like, right? that's what the kids vote for the kids they like
certainly in middle school. >> oh no you voted for the wrong color kid that's destructive. >> it was a mistake. i have spoken to a few of my lefty friends they agreed this was a mistake to hold results. this should have been addressed in advance. she makes an important point in this nation we have a long history of discrimination and prejudice. we see this across the board. we know he that the black unemployment rate is double that of the national average. we know that 33% of blacks are living in poverty, 10% of hispanics. over 20% of hispanic children are living in single parent households and even more black children. these are disadvantages. these are people that put people on the back foot. that doesn't mean necessarily they should be elected class president but means they are important issues we need to address. >> you address those issues through education. you don't tell the urchins that their country is bad and oppressive systemic situation that keeps people in poverty because it isn't. it's a personal situation that keeps them in poverty. educators like this while they might mean well.
>> the road to hell is paved with good intentions. >> they are harming the children the kids go back wait a minute, i voted for sally. i thought she was the best. because sally wasn't a person of color? >> they disenfranchise all of these voters because as you point out, maybe they liked the kid. that doesn't have to do with skin color. they like them. >> the problem is many of these children will be in presidential election this year they don't have to show ids in san francisco as long as you can walk to the place you can vote. i'm being facetious for you left wing websites. the message is the wrong message. it's got to stop. >> i think it was executed improperly. i think we should be having a conversation about what reinforce. s are available to awful these children. this is something that really could have been discussed before the election. >> available to all of our children because i was a teacher. tell the truth. >> i agree with you. >> don't screw around. they are kids. tell the truth. teach your lesson. be a principal. make sure nobody sets themselves on fire and leave them alone. all right? if they want to vote, you
respect the vote and say thank you for voting that was a great election. not this. >> you are right, bill. the parents are ticked off of the kids who won. my kid worked really hard the time to get involved is not before. if they want to motivate students after the elections to get more involved that's the time. to put the elections on hold and create disenfranchise the kids. >> the principal has backed away now going to do the right thing. >> thanks to who knows who. >> i'm not taking credit because there was heat locally as well. >> when we come right back, two racially charged criminal cases. confederate flag group charged with terrorist crimes. is it legal bring us your aching and sleep deprived. bring us those who want to feel well rested. aleve pm. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid... plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. be a morning person again with aleve pm.
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have community activities. it's really a broad statute and in that they conspire to threaten violate other people's rights. >> did the police believe there were direct threats made? >> they do. because here is what happened took two and a half months. the d.a. told us just today that in order to get that grand jury indictment, they spoke with other members of the quote, unquote gang to facilitate the process. that means to me they brought. >> either they turned or they brought people into the grand jury. they are getting evidence from people actually in the quote unquote. >> oh, so the confederate crew turning on each other. >> that's what you tend to do when you have the prosecution like this. >> because you did that you made people turn against each other. you did it. >> free will. >> we did it. we loved it. >> that's what you think this is. >> this is a little bit excessive in terms of terrorist charge. >> i didn't hear the word terrorist. it's a ricco statute.
>> you have to get -- this started because there is a party going on for african-americans. these guys showed up in their trucks with a confederate flag 8 out of the 15 are charged, more might be. let's go to related situation in georgia as well. nutty woman does this on the net. go. let's have take guns day. start walking up on these untrained [bleep]. stealing their [bleep] weapons. taking over a police station. >> you show two police officers and say it's open season on killing cracker cop, does that fix the problems that we have in this country or does that add to the problems that we have in this country? >> good for the judge giving her a little what for. now, this woman was held without bail, right? >> right. >> when you talk about it, she is going to get another bond hearing. she will be able to post. nevertheless, she is charged with two felonies for her threatening video.
so this is just position. >> because she has a weapon in the video. >> she is looking at one to five years and 1 to three years. >> is she out of jail yet. >> no. >> she is still in jail. how long? >> october 23rd that's her next bond hearing. >> how long has she been there. >> thursday october 15th. >> right. so she has been in jail for five days. you spoke with whom? >> the defense attorney today. her defense attorney. the defense is this. he says well, you know, some officers, police officers that came to her house and they threatened her and they really weren't police officers, they were impersonating police officers. they were part of. >> some cockamamie, that's not going to fly with this judge. she has got it. now, horrendous story here in new york city. a child molester takes two boys, young boys, across state lines to new jersey to a rock concert and rapes them. in new york city you have good judges and you have awful judges. and they got an awful judge gave the guy two years.
we, at the factor, said this. go. >> 27-year-old andrew goodman raped two boys ages 11 and 13 over a period of four years. this savage pleaded guilty to 48 felony counts of criminal sexual acts. 48 counts. new york state judge martin murphy sentenced the monster to just two years in prison. enter u.s. attorney loretta lynch who yesterday charged goodman with a federal crime of transporting a minor across state lines to engage in sexual activity. and now the judge has said? >> 10 years. >> federal judge gave him 10 years. >> federal judge, federal time is hard time. you are not getting out for good behavior all that kind of stuff. >> this judge, state judge murphy should be out of there. >> we want to give margo brode how just saw there credit. she overrode the corrupt new york city judge i say corrupt because that sentence did not fit the
crime and everybody on earth knows it know you can put that idiot judge up there. >> murphy. >> not him the judge. put the judge up there murphy, what has happened to murphy. >> murphy shouldn't have any job whatsoever. >> nothing happened. he is still there. >> he is still on the bench. he has been able to go ahead and issue like these lawless sentences and do absolutely nothing. >> >> paris hilton children at risk. >> he doesn't have a pattern. >> we don't know he has a pattern. he has never spoke of it not been somebody who is firm on sentencing. >> is that overridden. >> so he served the two. now he has got another 10. after he gets out of supervised relief. he sneezes he is going to be bucketed. >> ms. lynch is the attorney general of the united states everybody should know that thank you very much. good segment, ladies.
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bernard and greg gutfeld with a new book. i think the snl ratings are pretty good though, aren't they. >> he was actually lying that man was lying. doing quite well. the show is getting fun yeah in the last couple years i hate groups that make demands. i disagree with them. if you have a strong feeling and strong opinion, you should have the guts to be able to endure their opposing opinion and debate them. don't demand that they be. >> that's fascism and we have seen that now mostly from the left but some on the right i'm dealing with this killing reagan thing which we will get to in a minute. you get a group that describes themselves as liberal they are not really liberal are they? they are fashionest. >> that's right. back door way to scech free speech. >> right. >> snl with the exception of
a couple cast members is about as funny as having your leg amputated. >> i like that kate mckinnon. she is really good. the writing is sharp. the weekend update guys are getting better. >> second hour is like -- >> -- i'm asleep by the second hour. >> stand up just horrible. >> it was a as it said acknowledgment accepting trump what he said was not bigoted >> no, it wasn't. they just want ratings. that's what television is all about. you wouldn't know that because you've on at 5:00. but it's high ratings that people really want. >> if let me tell you something. if i remember, you also talk about priorities among certain groups. for example, they don't express out rage about sank chew ware cities. where people are killed.
>> well, they need him more than he needs them. >> nbc does, yeah. >> they're spineless, thumb-sucking, bedwetting. they still make haze. >> you work in radio, right? >> yes. >> okay, good. >> he's got the virgin airlines thing going on and he's got an island in the caribbean somewhere. he's a big drug legalizer kind of guy. roll the tape. >> in america, you've got 1.8 million people in prison for drug-related offenses. if you could actually help those people and try to make sure they are not taking drugs and become useful members of society again, america will benefit enormously. >> okay. and if san diego could be the climate in every part of the united states, we'd all benefit nor mousily, as well. but the un is going to come out to legalize drugs. what do you think about that? >> well, first of all, the u.n.,
who listens to them? they're like automobile accident zil ri cops or substitute teachers. this paper that the u.n. says is not their official politics -- >> it's the same thing. >> well, not necessarily. >> if you're decriminalizing, no matter what you do with drugs, you're not prosecuting. it's like comprehensive immigration. >> you can't open up a store. >> have you ever been to a bodega in new york city? >> i've worked in bodegas. >> are you selling pot? >> almost every bodega in the city. >> do you know exactly which one? >> i do. not that i go there, but i know who they are. >> not only should they make drugs legal, they should make it mandatory for the u.n. if the un is incapacitated, better off for the world. wouldn't it be better to be taking bodily injury hits than
beheading people? extremists ban sub tanss because sub stantss compete with the idea of anywhere van that. >> people who take -- 70% of child abuse in america is committed by people who take illegal substances. >> if these people in prison are all dealers, they're not users, they don't want most of them to get off the drug life because it's easy money. last word? >> yeah, making drugs illegal does not stop the flow of drugs flt it slows it. and it keeps the trade in business. you legalize it, let people take drugs. >> i'm going to nickname gutfield-el chapo. back to tip of the day. the tip, moments away. how do robots work?
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time for tip of the day. is it wise to buy stuff online in a moment. but, first, bill of c kra, bill, trump did blame president bush for 9/11. not even close, bill. i analyzed the situation pointing out the historical record. don't be a pinhead. scott lee, what difference does it make that trump is lacking in foreign affairs. those who claim experience have messed things up. president obama's lack of understanding of the real world has dramatically hurt this nation, skothd. as for mr. trump and the other republican contenders, they had better figure out exactly what's happening overseas or else we're in for another disastrous time. peter b, are uno, my wife and i are republicans, but we have had it with trump's bully tactics. calgary, canada, we have surpassed the usa. you e let the record reflected a community organizer. we just elected a drama teacher. but we have to congratulate mr.
yurks, do who won fair and square. i know we choose these people at ran don, so that was impressive. if waters wants to continue looking like the smartest person in the segment, he should get back to interviewing adults right away. 457s all the time. my comments are posted in bill o'reilly. ray woodworth, an rang, alaska. bill, your book hits piece on what you thinks research is superior. i didn't say it was spoor i don't recall. it's in the minority, ray. did you even read the book?
wayne wilson runs to new jersey to just read. best non-fiction book i've ever read. mr. oreilly, my best friend and i are skipping our homecoming dance to see you and miller this saturday night. we couldn't be more excited. >> well, thank you, kat rinl. i hope you also enjoy the backstage passes i'm sending you. see you at the rosemon theater. bring your camera. finally tonight, the factor tip of the day. i don't like to shop. malls frighten me. trying on stuff in those closets is spooky. in fact, i have shirts that are old enough to drink. i'm not a shopping kind of guy. so two months ago, i decided to buy a shirt on "the net. it looked good in the catalog. it looked really spiffy. the shirt has still not arrived. now, i'm no going to name the company because i don't want to inflict damage upon it. but i will say ordering stuff on the net is riskier than buying things in a store.
i got on the phone, read the riot act to the people. but if i didn't have a tv show and a big mouth, i don't know whether things would have worked out with the shirt. factor tip of the day, be careful on "the net always. that is it for us to want. please check out the fox's factor web site. also, we would like you to spout off about the tobacco xx from anywhere in the world. email@example.com. word of the day, no penumbra. isaac lee sent that word in. now, don't take the literal definition of penumbra. go down two. that's what isaac is getting at. tomorrow, president bush, the younger, doesn like senator ted cruise. ted cruise will be here. that should be an interesting play. because president bush doesn't really talk very much about individual people. so we're going to get to the
bottom of it. and we like senator cruz. and maybe we'll have a good time between the two men. again, thanks for watching us tonight. ms. megyn is next. please remember, the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. >> breaking tonight, two big political stories. first, congressman paul ryan jumping into the race to be the man, the top man, that is, in congress. second, a series of new polls starting to suggest that businessman donald trump is running away with the republican race and is touching off talk of a republican war to stop the current front runner. welcome to the kelly file, everyone. i'm megyn kelly. tracking polls for four months, only one discernible trend has emerged. a man who has never held political office is the front runner. since mid july, trump has been first in 33 out of 34 national