candidates, don't forget, fox business has the next big debate, tuesday november 10, it will be fun. the undercard, main card we thought it would be a good idea to ask business and economic questions. what do you think? see you then. hello, i'm kimberly guilfoyle, along with geraldo rivera, eric bolling, megan mccain, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." some of the gop candidates are still seething about wednesday night's grossly biased debate on cnbc. saying they are prepared to take action. >> be ready to hear that the campaigns are going to not allow the networks to control this process, to marginalize the very candidates. think there's going to be some pretty bold expressions from the joint campaigns, that will be coming very soon. >> i've asked my staff to reach out to all the staffs of all the
other candidates, and let's talk about a different type of format. >> did the rnc just attempt to get ahead of them? the committee has pulled out of the upcoming nbc debate scheduled for february 26th. in a letter to the network, chairman reince priebus writes, the cnbc debate was conducted in bad faith we need to insure there's not a repeat performance. nbc responded with a statement calling it a disappointing development. however, along with our debate broadcast partners and telemundo, we will work in good faith to resolve this matter with the republican party. the moderators or wednesday night were widely criticized for their outrageous line of questioning. >> it was outrageous. >> yeah, it was outrageous. this has been a pretty rapid turn of events. because what you have is outrage immediately on social media. you have all the candidates coming out talking, afterwards. from the debate saying they didn't feel they were treated properly this was supposed to be about the economy, what's going
on in country. and instead you didn't see any probing pertinent questions in that regard. then you have the rnc taking a lot of heat and flack from the candidates, who feel they didn't support them, they didn't properly vet this debate or the moderators in the line of questioning. this is the fallout and the spin. >> i think first of all, nbc is not yet out of that february debate. they say they have suspended the debate. they haven't said they canceled the debate. nbc cleverly pulls in telemundo. remember this debate will be held in houston, in the heart of america. and it is inconceivable to me that the rnc, or the republican candidates will refuse to debate when one of the key issues in the entire race, immigration impacts so profoundly the pom popp lags that i'm describing. think that they will come to some -- population that i'm describing. i totally agree that the questioning was outrageously biased.
i think that the first question, which should have been the opening remarks from the various candidates was agreed. instead they asked, what was the lamest thing that happened to you -- >> greatest weakness. >> conservative latino groups coming out to support nbc, because of the connection to telemundo. so everybody is kind of like doing a little bit of the taking sides. bolling? >> there are a bunch of republican debates, and to reince priebus's credit, he spread them around. cnn got some, fox got some. business networks got some. nbc, mainstream media got them. look at the side. where's the fox debate. there's a pbs debate. there's no fox debate. dnc said fox isn't going to get one of our debates. but on the rnc side, they said we're going to let everyone see it however, understanding that, they can still put some
restrictions. cnbc says we are going to focus on money, the economy, the debt. force them to say are you sure you're going to do it? not asking them for what their questions are, or direct them to ask a certain thing. but force them into the corner and say, this is the area we're going to go. and when they don't, like they failed to do on wednesday, you punish them the way they're going to allegedly punish -- i do think, agree with geraldo. i think there will be an nbc debate on february 26th. this is the rnc's way of saying hey enough of this crap. the next time do you this, there's no more debate for your network. >> they have to take a stand. >> i think it's not too much to ask to vet the moderator, i have seen more debates than i can possibly remember in my lifetime. the cnbc debate will be studied in political science classes of what not to do and how you bring your personal biases and personal politics into a presidential debate. i completely agree with reince priebus until everyone can have a fair debate and not berate the
candidates. when i was watching it i was thinking if my father was up there, i would have stormed the stage. it was so disrespectful, so rude. >> could you imagine if this was the democratic debate and you know hillary clinton on to be outraged, saying it's sexist, it's inappropriate, it's a war on women, you're not taking it seriously. the republicans are acting like oh, this is a joke and they're making a mockery of it. >> raince did this once before. he threatened cnbc of their hillary clinton documentary. in this case it's rains rains a reince priebus and repeat. >> that debate benefitted the candidate. because there's nothing better than going after the media. i don't care about that. i care about the candidates. if you're going to be david and goliath, you want -- you want to be david.
and the candidates were placed in that position where the media became goliath. cnbc, the debate is like dog poop on their shoes, they can't scrape off. they were smeared with it. if you get a biased panel -- >> that's a vivid metaphor. >> i have more of them in my vivid metaphor booklet. if you ever get in a position where you're david and goliath in the media. embrace it. >> the ones that aren't donald trump or ben carson, that was to give them more talking time. >> the ones that had the biggest problem with it were the leaders. the ones that had the least problem with the cnbc debate were the ones that got to stand up. ted cruz. >> i thought he was the sharpest in terms of his criticism. the way he phrased the it. repeated the four silly questions that preceded his. i thought he had a good memory
and took the legs out from underthe moderator. >> america deserves better than that. i was looking forward to -- we should know the difference between each candidate and their opinions, the future of economy and america. i sat through a clown show because the amateur moderators couldn't do their research. americans are better than that. >> but that's not exciting. >> fox business network, we'll show them how it's done. to other 2016 news, after failing to deliver a strong performance wednesday night. jeb bush aknowledges to donors he needs to spep step up his game. but he denies he's in a death spiral. >> we have the most money. greatest organization, wre doing fine. in october, late october of now years ago, herman cain was the front-runner for the republican nomination. eight years ago, hillary clinton was up by 26 points against an unknown state senator named barack obama. every one of these elections
goes through a process. >> all true. anything can happen. but -- >> talk about a guy who got spanked. jeb bush went after marco rubio, for marco rubio's absence democrat senate and i think that's an absolutely legitimate issue. marco rubio was primed, ready for the attack. >> why is that in. >> he turned it back. >> he said you never raised it when john mccain, all due respect to senator mccain was running. you never raised that issue. why are you raising it now? you only raising it because your handlers have told you it's an effective way to attack you and i'm beating you. >> he knew that was coming, you knew that, right. >> it emasculated jeb bush. think jeb bush is beyond life support. i don't care if he has $100 million in the bank eerks not going to buy the popular vote. >> you don't want it put your name in the same sentence as life support. he shouldn't have said that. it's worse than being linked to hepp c or russell brand. when you say my candidacy is not on life support, you are saying
my candidacy is on life support. he's coming off so stiff, he makes queen elizabeth look like gumby. he needs to show america that it's more than just monday inny that he has. he has money, but he hasn't -- >> maybe that's just a good point. he clearly doesn't have the personality that his brother has. he clearly doesn't have the ability to campaign like some of the other republicans have. he has a lot of money. >> but he also has a resumé. >> he has a resumé. >> he was a good governor of a large state. >> here's the thing, you know what matters a lot right now? is less the resumé and how you present your resumé. >> can i say something here? as the only person that's been on a campaign that imploded and came back from the dead, the one person on this panel that has, what he needs to, do he needs to clean house with his staff. because there's a lot of people in politics that -- >> it's not their fault. >>ky finish, can i finish?
>> eric, she has some inside information we were talking about, that i asked her to bring up. >> that only care about being in a book on game change and hanging out with people and will sell out their candidates. yes, jeb bush's messaging is completely off. he's a bad candidate and a bad campaigner. he has bad people around him. if he cleaned house and found people that believed in him, i'm living proof, i was there. >> you said they were some of the same people that were on your father's campaign. >> yes. >> this is what -- he's got do beef up. >> i'm saying -- eric list done what she's saying. >> i don't understand why you're being so rude. i'm saying new blood on a campaign trail. >> i'm being rude? i'm not talking about your father. i'm talking about jeb bush. everyone is looking for a blame on the bottom line. the guy is a bad candidate. >> all i'm saying is -- >> we're in a sad place where a good governor of a large state is a bad candidate because he's
not glib enough and because he doesn't look well. >> right, but guess what the point is experience and ability should matter because how many years ago was everybody complaining that barack obama was somebody who could talk the talk and look the part? but didn't have the goods to back it up? i'm saying yes. in this day and age you have to have the experience, you have to have the gravitas to be able to carry the day. >> you don't like ben carson then? >> you've been sitting here on the show, then? how many times do i talk about ben carson? >> you like him. >> i'm saying as americans voting in the booth. there should be more. >> what about charisma? what about charisma? you have to want somebody to be in the room and hang out with you. >> and meat-and-potatoes campaign. convince iowa voters -- jeb bush is not going to do okay in new hampshire. campaigning like that and these kinds of statements eerks not. i spent a significant portion of my life on campaign trail, i know how voters react, yes, jeb
bush has a messaging problem and i still believe he has a staffing problem. >> you can't have people that aren't winners on your campaign. and you can't have people that are leaking stuff to the press and trying to undermine you. that's reason, the jeb bush blueprint to drudge and -- "u.s. news & world report." it's outrageous. >> you bring up charisma. i think it's very important. because president obama was persuasively correct on the candidate when he was running for president, even though he didn't have a resumé. think about some of the leaders we've had in the past and how they could never be president, whether it's calvin coolidge. >> herbert hoover, jimmy cart centre. >> they are leaders who couldn't be elected now. abe lincoln couldn't be elected now. >> you're only as good as your last tweet. >> donald trump won the debate. i know there's all the pundits and specialists are all saying well cruz and rubio, et cetera. you had the drudge survey, you had "time" magazine survey,
cnbc's own post-debate survey. trump won it unbelievably, won it 2-1 over the nearest, he was in the high 40s. the nearest other candidate in the lower 20s. zlo. >> do you honestly think trump won the debate? >> i honestly think that trump and carson will set the rules -- >> do you think he won the debate? >> i think it was a nonevent for trump. from my point of view it was neither negative nor positive. >> ted cruz did a great job, did he not? >> i think ted cruz did a great job. >> there's still eight more debates. >> and rubio did well. >> are there eight? >> these were, these were magnificent numbers for a network that gets 200,000 people watching. it beat the world series. >> because it is interesting and as donald trump will tell you, he was up on the stage. >> without donald trump and ben carson, there is no show. i heard governor huckabee saying we're all going to get together. by all getting together what you mean is that carson and trump have to get together to set the rules. because the other guys --
>> they cut it down forfrom three hours to make it two. >> rubio has the boyish good looks. >> you've grown quite fond of him. >> he was the only one that went after hillary persuasively. and had an articulate -- >> carly did a little bit. >> his was an assault on her incompetence and corruption, which was necessary. >> i think this is laid the stage. no joke. that this debate on fox business network is going to be fantastic. because now the whole focus is going to be on it, let's see how this is done differently, comparatively between the two. the other business channel. >> and people who know a little bit about politics will be hosting it. which will be a nice change. >> and money. >> if you didn't have fbn. demand it. >> that was enough. coming up on t"the five," also ahead, the fastest seven with bolling, u.s. troops are
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you remember when facing mounting civilian casualties from the endless syrian civil war in 20 13rks the president announced the beginning of u.s. military action there in syria. president obama promised at the time as you recall that there would be no u.s. ground troops involved. >> many of you have asked, won't this put us on a slippery slope to another war? my answer is simple. i will not put american boots on the ground in syria. >> today the white house announcing that there will soon be u.s. boots on the ground. worn by some of our best, special operators, but fewer than 50 of them are being deployed to syria official dloi advise and assist the good rebels fighting isis. here's how spokesman josh earnest explained. >> the president was receiving questions about what the united states was prepared to do,
giving our insistence that president bashar al assad had to go and the president made the point that he was not prepared to put boots on the ground to take down the assad regime. that's the mistake that the previous administration made. the quote you pulled there is a very different situation. >> different situation, same country. my issue is not so much that the president is reversing his position. which he clearly is. despite what josh earnest just said. my issue is whether 50 of even the world's best fighters is too few and too late. magen? >> i agree, president obama has no strategy, he's still one thing that hillary clinton and general petraeus have said that we need to start having no fly zones, which i agree with. so bashar al assad can stop barrel-bombing his people. if anyone knows president obama's foreign policy can explain it to me, should have them on the show. i don't understand it. >> the surge, 2006, we had 150,000 troops on the ground. we were losing until we managed to convince the sunnis to fight
against the sunni/al qaeda. there is no meaningful or effective or efficient move right now to turn sunni syrians into pro western -- you know what i mean? there's no one to fight isis in the sunni space. >> i'm trying to figure out what this is, is this 50, that's going to become 50,000 soon? >> should it? >> no, i don't think it will. president obama reversed something he said he wasn't going to do, that's fine. war changes, life changes, situations change. however, what are the russians looking at right now? you're putin, you're sending fires, you're killing isis, you're dropping bombs all over syria. you're in negotiations how you're going to fix your side and the other side, allegedly the anti-bashar al assad side, i get it, anti-isis, but anti-bashar al assad side says we're going to send 50 fighters, they must be laughing. putin must be laughing at the obama administration, no strategy, no idea what he's
doing and no chance of succeeding. >> kimberly, think we should work hand in hand with the russian does beat isis. isis cut our guys' heads off. >> the only reason now. >> i want to you bomb from this parallel up. i want to bomb from this parallel down. i want to pound isis, i want to recruit sunnis, if you can, if you can't, still punish this extremist group that wants to kill us. >> don't you think puten is teaming up with bashar al assad right now? >> it's okay with me. bashar al assad is the lesser of the two evils between bashar al assad, the shiite leader in damascus and isis, the sunni extremist, i'll take assad any day. >> the problem is we're in this position now of having to be subservient, wow, the u.s. subservient to russia and now we're going to ask papa putin if we can get back and play in our house in our theater. this is the problem. we've already made such a tremendous investment in all of these different areas.
now it's become wait a second, is the obama administration being dishonest. well they haven't had any kind of strategy to begin with. so this is what happens, right? because power hates a vacuum. now we've got putin in play. i don't quarrel with the president continuing by the way to have special ops and special forces on the ground. but we've been doing that in iraq. we just don't telegraph and broadcast it. >> greg, i love the video of that raid, seeing those guys, i lament the loss of our hero, the special operator who fell. but i love seeing 70 people who are about to get their heads cut off being freed by our guys. i like that. i want isis to look up in the sky every minute wondering when they're going to get wasted. i want them to look in every corner, wondering when an special operations sniper will take them out. >> the guy was a hero dying what he did best, rescuing 70 people.
what's worse than pass vivism i inability. president obama is showing up at the end yesterday its of the credits of a movie instead of the opening. you can't dip your toe in the pool -- >> you could start the segment with the grateful dead. >> that's true. there is the risk that isis, when isis gets their hands on one of us, then, then we're going to be faced with this, we're going to have to be prepared to annihilate, completely annihilate the enemy. we have to accept that, we can't just dip our toe in the pool. if they happen to grab one of our guys, and did gets ugly, we can't back down, we have do say you're gone and nuke the hell out of them. >> the other thing that's lost is this is the biggest humanitarian crisis since world
war ii. four million people displaced, 250,000 people have been killed the we're totally losing sight of that right now. >> it's a very important point. >> ahead, what to know -- i want to know about kanye west, is kanye west really running for president, what does george w. bush think about that? that's coming up next in the fastest seven.
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time for the fastest seven minutes on television. three spicy stories. first up, a force you don't want to reckon with are the cops and quentin tarantino is learning it the hard way. police unions are calling for a boycott of tarantino's films, including the lapd. >> we called the action the police departments across the country from the east coast to the west coast.
to boycott any movie that he's in or he's a producer in. i know in the city of los angeles, if he does a movie here, he has to get permission from the los angeles police commission. if he is in town, i'm going do make sure i'm going to try to get that denied. >> what was, i mean this is -- pretty severe backlash. >> the interesting thing, too, about this was he did, this was calculated to restore his left-wing credentials after he got bashed by spike lee. so he's literally, not literally, figuratively standing on the bodies of the dead and shouting hey, i'm cool, i'm cool. i'm not for boycotts, especially for people who say they're boycotting something they don't normally go to. so instead talk about it make people aware that he's an idiot. his father knows it now. his father called him an idiot. >> tarantino's father? >> yeah. >> it's some of the most violent movies that have ever been made and he's profiting from
violence. his movies glorify criminals and killers. i lived in los angeles for a year last year. there's a special kind of liberal delusion that happens with people in hollywood. they're so delusional we're going to start attacking policemen who don't get paid enough. i'm sick of having this conversation. i think it's such baloney. >> geraldo, why would quentin tarantino, he called cops murderers. it's not only -- that he called cops murderers, which was horrifying enough. but he did it with the blood of an officer already on the streets of new york. once the cop gets killed, you say, hey, this is not the time to do a protest. that calls cops murderers, maybe we should give them the at least bury the cop before you start slandering the whole thin blue line. i thought it was terrible. but what the lapd union chief just said is in my view unconstitutional and illegal. you can't deny quentin tarantino's right to make a film because you don't agree with the
hateful things he does. >> just don't go to it. >> tarantino is getting a big boy lesson about how the world works. and being held accountable for your actions. getting hit in the wallet. 12 million large you're about to feel it. it will have repercussions on him. and i don't care if it was already on the calendar, it's incredibly disrespectful. stay there, kg you're up first on this one. you know when the presidential debate is a joke when virtually all the late-night comics poke fun at it. colbert. and kimmel. >> what is your biggest weakness, and what are you doing it address it? >> yes. they open with the one question that no one in human history has ever answered honestly. when i interviewed for this job, i said my biggest weakness is sometimes i work so hard i forget to cash my paychecks. >> at a certain point i didn't
know if i was watching a debate or "the view." [ all people talking at the same time ] [ gunshots ] >> it was brilliant. sort of comical at some point and insulting at others, fodder for late-night tv for sure. >> to repeat what i said in the a block, in is why it helps the republicans, because finally the rest of the country, including comedians who are normally only go after conservatives, are actually agreeing with what we've been saying for so long. that media bias exists. and i mean that wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for that debate. i say more media bias being exposed. >> it should have been like barbara walters, if you were a tree what kind of tree would you be. what's your favorite color. >> it's a great surprise to a
lot of people that there's a liberal media bias. i had friends texting me like, this actually does exist. >> how does the idea of rapper kanye west running for president in 2020 sound? bush thinks it's funny. that's 43, not jeb. check out george bush's reaction to president yeezus. >> your thoughts on kanye west running for president. >> i used to work at the white house. >> do you think he would have a chance in 2020? >> thank you, mr. president. >> have a safe trip. >> he was don't sell that on ebay. there's the little person. you see the difference between w and his brother jeb. why do you have such a disconnect. he's chewing gum. he's casual. relaxed admittedly. he's out of office. he's done his post presidency with such dignity and elan and charisma. >> one of the most charming men i've ever met in my life is
george w. bush. i don't know why some families have one personality and some have another. >> nom everybody is the rivera. >> rocking around. >> you know i was watching that tmz tape. it was interesting how polite the paparazzi was -- >> big family. big watch tmz. >> still to come. halloween edition of facebook friday. but first, halloween police are out in force again on some college campuses. some of the costumes they find offensive this year. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424. or visit your24info.com.
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friends. the poster lists five officials, five that you can call for advice. i say bravo. we should call out these, this hateful attire. so here's my list. what i hate. firemen, first, it's sexist. i mean fireman? and it demeans arsonists, an alternative lifestyle where i come from. ghosts, isn't it time we checked our alive privilege. being dead makes you no rest human. which is why i won't rest until we can marry them. speaking of, what about zombies, you appropriate dead culture. zombie phobia turns the afterlife into an humiliation for the decayed. freddie kruger, dress up as a misunderstood disfigured working man. how classist. policeman, a sim bell of oppression to kwentsen tarantino. and those seeking cool cred from black activists. why don't you just say you hate
black people. sexy french maid. what's next, slave? vampire, is it their fault they have dietary demands. do you think vampires want to drink your blood? do you think i like being lactose intolerant? your blood intolerant. do you know what i'm going as this halloween? the perceptive person who sees evil in everything. john harwood, bozo the clown for short. >> i'm nothing if not a cheap shot artist. >> he had it coming. >> i know you are -- getting dressed this halloween. >> thank god i'm none of those things you just said. >> here's my theory. >> kids can do whatever they want and not be offensive. if an adult does something offensive. then the should know better. do you find anything offensive? >> i want to know what you're wearing. short, feathery? >> that's sexist. >> short, yes. lacy, in part.
but not visible. what else did you say? >> but i love america. >> you do love america. >> way to get out of this. >> i've got a nice little flight suit. it's a dress. >> i'm going as maverick in -- >> i'm almost always zorro orr a pirate. i was harry potter last year. >> you're not talking about halloween, are you? >> i'm in charge of the haunted house at my kids' school. >> really? that's an interesting thing to be in charge of. >> why do women always want to look hot and sexy in costumes? >> men create the sexy costumes. >> what do you mean? >> they're supposed to be funny. >> what do you have against sexy? >> what if you can't help it. this is the problem. >> i think you should have a protest group. a war on sexy women who dress sexy. >> it's a war on -- you know halloween is a war on sexy women. >> it's one of the only socially
acceptable times where women can dress provocatively. i used to when ways in my 20s. now that i'm in my 30s. when people are so offended, women are walking around almost naked. >> the problem is, what else can you get for $30 at ricky's? >> i go in brown face, but nobody notices. >> aw. >> i don't know how to respond to that. in that case, one must exit this segment quickly. a special halloween edition of facebook friday is up next.
it's time for a special edition of facebook friday. halloween edition, we've got your questions, so let's begin. the first question from kathleen, what's your favorite scary movie? anybody? >> "love actually." >> you hate that movie. >> scariest movie ever. all these people, you're telling you how they feel about love. i just swear i slit my wrists every time that thing is on. >> you can't stand that movie. >> just because you dislike it so much i watched it again. >> i love "young frankenstein." >> it's not scary. scary is scary, i don't like scary. >> i don't like scary movies at
all. i don't like the jason movies, the friday the 13th. the freddie kruger. "nightmare on elm street." >> i like movies like bad boys. i like "top gun." >> what is the movie i just saw? a recent -- >> del toro. the house, it was scary. i can't get scared by those things any more. >> "no country for old men." that was scary. >> "walking dead." >> you like "walking dead." >> he loves zombies. >> your monologue. >> you'll be able to marry them. >> one day. >> i like "28 days later." those were fast zombies. >> and "i am legend" another will smith movie. >> too cgi for me.
>> next question, what do you hand out as treats on halloween, candy, fruit or money. >> candy. >> who is handing out money. >> i do after i run out of candy. >> the person who hands out money is the alcoholic in your neighborhood who forgot it was halloween. so what happens is, kids show up, they don't know what the kids are doing here. the kids are in costume and they're going, oh, my god, flashback and they realize it's halloween and they say, i remember this, i will a guy on my block who would just throw money at me. >> with a guy lake that, you can go any day of the year and put on some cat ears and you're like trick-or-treat. here's bus money. >> kids want candy, period. >> you cannot do the old, i don't want to deal with the doorbell and put a bowl of candy. >> the first it's never a girl, it's a boy. great case study would be to
film that. >> a sex-difference study. >> you put a little -- >> they all do. >> they don't take one. >> run and chase their costume three times in a night. >> these candy corn are delicious, probably dirty off the table. >> what was your best halloween costume ever? >> that's a hard one. >> i once went -- along the lines of you don't want to look good. more fun to look funny. i went as a bug. i went as a big fat bug with a thing like this and i won. i won a bottle of champagne. i looked like an absolute moron. tights, it was horrible. i think i have that picture. i'll bring it in. >> they say my primetime was in the '60s, they say if you remember the '60s, you weren't really there. so i don't remember. >> you probably went as geraldo rivera. >> did anyone ever go as you?
>> yeah. i had some big years where lots of mustache. >> i went as abraham lincoln one year. >> babraham lincoln. >> i won an award in second grade for this costume which you could never do now. i went as a hobo. you remember people would go as hobos. you put ash on your face and have a pipe and a bindall. if did you that now they'd be going, you're making fun of the homeless. >> microaggression, get out of here. >> i like the little kids, like my daughters and little princess-y things. just going around, they seem so sweet and innocent. >> why couldn't i do that? >> you could. i think i've seen you in -- what room is that? >> i was notre dame cheerleader followed up by -- >> i bet were you a great cheerleader. tatiana wants to know what age should you stop going trick-or-treating? >> 13.
>> well i would say 10. at 11 -- you start toilet papering. tping and egging at 12. >> at a certain point you get too old to go door to door. >> if you're a tall kid, like you're six but taller than me -- like 4'8". >> that's a lot of people. >> when a 17-year-old comes to your door looking for candy you're like really? >> wouldn't it be terrible if you were looking for somebody named candy. and on halloween she went missing. and you go where's candy. >> where did that come from? >> no one knows. >> poor megan. >> what is your favorite halloween candy. >> well today at this exact moment it's candy corn. but normally i like the reece's peanut butter cups. >> because this is available. >> one more thing is up next.
it's time for one more thing. i'm up first. so you got to check out greta. she has i mean one of my favorite actresses of all time. a sit-down interview with sandra bullock. she's one of america's favorite actresses. she has an awesome new movie out called "our brand is crisis." it looked very good. getting great vreviews.
it hits theaters and is out now. there's a scene in the movie, revealing. here's greta asking sandra about it. >> people do stunts for them. the mooning. was that -- is that, was that, did you do that? >> i will neither condeny that . >> she's great so that's tonight at 7:00, you don't want to miss it. i'm going to check it out. greta and sandra. greg? >> mooning. who does that any more? >> probably you. >> i don't moon. not since the accident. plug the show. sunday i got peter o'rourke, a one-on-one interview with politics and everything. he was great. and my book tour begins sunday, you remember the bus, look at this little thing. if you go to ggutfield.com. i start in easton, pennsylvania. monday, ohio, i'm all over ohio like a bad virus and tuesday, kentucky, wednesday, indiana, illinois, michigan.
just go to ggutfield. stop by, say hello. bring me gifts, that i can smoke. >> no. >> joking. america. >> and if you bring any gifts for us, please encourage greg to actually give them to us. >> i forget and leave them on the bus. >> he's like somebody gave me this. >> i owe eric a book. >> are you on megan tonight? >> that's right. i forget. >> at 7:00, greta has sandra bullock. 9:00, megan has greg. >> are you going to ask him about mooning? >> ask him about mooning and also john kasich as well. >> fabulous time of year here in new york. we went up the hudson river, took the boat up the hudson, the trees are brilliant in their oranges and reds. my big boy, the oldest of my five, gabriel on the right and the youngest of my grandchildren, my middle
grandson, his name is desi, desmond. that's dr. dev, my daughter in law. get out while you can, the leaves will be gone in a couple of days, it's one of the prettiest places in america. >> you're very sweet. become very nostalgic. >> i love being a grandpa, i love being a daddy. >> my one more thing, my mom's favorite show, "the joy of painting" with bob ross is now streaming. a lot of people are into it. you can stream all 403 episodes through the weekend. >> he's not alive, right? >> he passed on. >> this is an amazing show to watch. >> my mother made me watch this show all the time. i thought it was so boring. >> it's soothing. >> it is. >> this has been interesting. happy friday to everything. happy halloween, be safe. >> 407 episodes. >> 403. >> set your dvrs, never miss an episode of "the five" or
geraldo. "special report," all of the above. back to the future, americans special operations troops on the ground in syria. and returning to iraq. what happened to the president's promise not to do that? this is "special report." good evening, welcome to washington, i'm brett baier, president obama is stepping up the fight inside syria. sending 50 special operations forces to the civil war-racked country. directly contradicting earlier vows not to put american boots on the ground. the decision comes as foreign ministers from the u.s. its allies, plus iran and russia gather in austria to try to find a way out of the