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paris. i will see you again tomorrow morning 9:00 a.m. eastern more america's newsroom. stay with the fox news channel for all the latest developments here in france and america as well. bill o'reilly starts now on the fox news channel have a good night and safe night. >>çf the o'reilly factor is on tonight. >> the isis is gaining strength. >> i don't think they are gaining strength. >> good morning america aired that comment from president obama. embarrassing? mr. obama doesn't seem to think so. talking points will address the situation. >> i recognize that barack obama does not wish to defend this country. he may have been tired of war, but our enemies are not tired of killing us and they are getting stronger. >> the paris attack means protecting the american people from isis will become a major campaign issue. we will take a look at that. >> i don't think we are at war with islam. i don't think we are at war with all muslims. also ahead hillary clinton
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in lock step with president obama over terrorism. will that doom her candidacy? 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. is president barack obama delusional? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. history will record that the two biggest deficits of the obama administration were the failure to create a robust economy and the president's retreat from the terrorist battlefield. for years talking points has been telling you the obama administration has no strategy none, to defeat the isis threat. random bombing not going to do it. and every honest military analyst knows it. but president obama somehow does notx3#9i seem to understand
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that the civilized world is losing the fight against isis. just nine hours before the paris attack, this uñ was broadcast. isis is gaining strength, aren't they? >> i don't think so they are gaining strength. what is true is that from the start our goal has been first to contain and we have contained them. >> obviously that's not true. the united states and its allies have not contained isis. they are a threat worldwide. they continue to kill people with impunity. nevertheless the president is unrepentant and unwilling to admit that his strategy has failed. even though some in his own party take exception. >> i have never been more concerned. i read the intelligence faithfully. isil is not contained. isil is expanding. they just put out a video saying it is their intent to attack this country and i think we have to be prepared. >> we have to be prepared, senator.
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hmmm so why not back that statement up for action and punishes illegal criminals that defy deportation it makes the country safer there are more than a few terrorists in that crew. back to the president. even though france says the isis attack was an act of war, mr. obama not going to change his strategy. >> when we send troops in, those troops get injured. they get killed. they are away from their families. our country spends hundreds of billions of dollars. it's best that don't, you know, shoot first and aim later. it's important for us to get the strategy right and the strategy that we are pursuing is the right one. >> how can that possibly be? when isis continues to disrupted order all over the world? simple question. president can't answer it. doesn't even after dress it. on the side, the
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republican party is taking note. >> i recognize that barack obama does not wish to defend this country. that he may have been tired of war but our enemies are not tired of killing us and they are getting stronger. every region earth has gotten worse under the obama-clinton foreign policy. >> i hope hillary clinton i hope the president will listen to what i'm saying. we don't have until the next election to deal with isil. this there is a 9/11 coming and it's coming from syria if we don't disrupt their operations inside of syria. >> so republicans now have an opportunity to make a campaign issue out of isis. it's clear most democrats will not stop backing mr. obama on the issue. >> marco rubio also running for president said that this attack showed and the attack in paris showed that we're at war with radical islam. do you agree with that characterization radical islam. >> i don't think we're at war with islam. i don't think we are atym war with all muslims. i think we are at war with jihadists who have. >> just to interrupt he
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didn't say almost. he said radical islam. is that a phrase that you don't -- >> -- i think that you can talk about islamists who clearly are also jihadists but i think it's -- it's not particularly helpful. >> gobblably gook. number one hillary clinton tried to dodge the question by equating all perform with radical jihadists. she understood the question she tried to dodge it a-year-old would have understood the question. number two mrs. clinton has no strategy to do feet isis. none. even worse is her competitor bernie sanders? >> in the previous debate you said the greatest threat to national security is climate change. >> absolutely it's directly related to the growth of terrorism. >> senator sanders just made a fool out of himself so there you go. it's long past time that we the people demand that be defeated not contained. 2013 it was formed 2014 it
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was named. president obama called isis the junior junior city. many expected the president to take aggressive action. he did not. ordering tepid bombing and outsourcing the ground fight to iran is not aggressive action mr. president. now critical mass has been reached as paris has been devastated. >> folks want to pop off and have opinions about what they think they would do present a specific plan. if they think that somehow their advisors are better than the chairman of my joint chiefs of staff and the folks who are actually on thejz ground, i want to meet them. >> here i am, mr. president. here i am. here is the strategy. you should employ immediately. of the president of france clear live stated the isis attack is an act of more. sphrans a member of the 28
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member appliance. an attack on one country is an attack on all. all 28 nations should now begin to organize a campaign to crush the isis killers. that should include ground troops bombings, no-fly zones, border security for turkey jordan, iraq and a central command and control center based of in europe. once nato declares. step up their participation and the jihadist group will begin to be ice laced. in one is calling for operation of syria and iraq that would be foolish. 28 nations can launch tactical strikes both on the ground and in the air that will crush these people. president obama should take the lead along with france and great britain to make all that happen. the first step, a declaration of war on isis by nato. finally, it was quite clear in the president's press conference today that he is very concerned about the refugees fleeing syria and
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he should be concerned because it's his fault when the syrian dictator asafd used poisonous gallons you may remember he cannot carry out his threat when he could have easily done by secures the air force on the ground which was delivering some of the gas. the president's pretreat from syria has caused the massive refugee problem and remember, one of the isis killers in paris apparently posed as a refugee to enter france. nonetheless, mr. obama is quite confident that no terrorists will be among the 10,000 refugees he wants to resettle in america. tha of course, is another delusion. and at least 15 states right now have already said they will not accept any refugees at all. expect that number to grow as more and more americans finally realize finally that the president of the united states has lost control of the war on terror. that's the memo.
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delusion. of course it's gaining in strength he's listed all the things he has done. he said i led a discussion on how to counter terrorism. isn't that remarkable? look, this is a guy who thinks that he is actually achieved the things with these discussions. but the reason why i say it's the kindest of explanations and incidentally he listed among other things tightening up international security, especially on airplanes and putting the bombs of airplanes. this is what a week and a half after the downing of the russian airliner. has nobody on his staff told him that that actually happened? so that he listed as one of his achievements. the reason that delusion is the kindest is i think the more likely explanation is he knows opposition is weakening. in the end he doesn't think it matters. he has never thought the war
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on terror was important or existential. >> how could you not though? >> he has said this in his public speeches. he abolished the term. he gave a speech about two years ago in which he said you have to end this war on terror becausegá if it's awful effects on us as if he can end it by saying it. of course, that's what he thought he was doing in iraq. he said i'm ending the war. didn't end the[ñ ar. he simply quit. watch it dissolve. >> how can you say that he doesn't understand that minister of people, millions of people are either dying being dislocated, being tortured, being wounded whatever it may be? he has to know that it's right in front of him. millions of people are affected, all right? and you still, charles krauthammer, say that he doesn't care? he doesn't mean anything to him? >> there is a difference between millions of people
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suffering and an existential threat to the west which is what it is and which is what he denies. that's what he doesn't want to acknowledge. >> what you are saying then is that he is has adopted the philosophy of acceptable losses i think he has a deeper philosophy that is when he says the arc of the moral universe is long but in the end it tends towards justice. he thinks radical islam is a passing phase. it's an extreme of an extreme. it's not a threat to our way of life that we got suckered in by 9/11 into expensive wars because we overreacted. he said that in his u.n. speech that we overreacted and betrayed in our principles. he thinks he wants to keep the u.s. out of this because otherwise we overreact. it's a quagmire. he is telling the russians inf]|rj press conference he
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said astonishly what he he is doing to settle the syrian war is where he saidy& iut have to work to convince russia and iran that the path they are pursuing is not going to work. as if a he can persuade them and if b slush and iran don't understand their position entirely. >> if what you are say something true. if what krauthammer is saying is true then president obama will go down in history as one of the most incompetent presidents that this nation has ever seen. now, let's get on to the nato solution. >> which i agree with you on that by the way. >> all right. that's a good start. >> history will judge him for not only his denial and delusions but his misreading of the importance of what's at stake. >> okay. so you agree with me on that. agree with me on natot declaring war on isis and getting close sis organized to crush these people? >> first of all simply as a
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sign of solidarity. the only time that nate who he has ever invoked article 5 is which is what you are talking about is an attack. was after 9/11. that was europe showing solidarity with that i think the least we can do is reciprocate and say under article 5 yes it's an act of war and yes we are in this. whether or not you get a formal resolution from nato, i don't care. here is what i care about. can you get a force coming through turkey, remember, the turkish better is not far from the capital the capital. the friendly arabs and kurds are been 15 to or 20 miles from iraq cavmentd you get european and american force come in from there. owe baptism that says if if he take rocca what do you do perry perpetual occupation? not. what you do is et did the
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saudis jordanians. all sunni arabs. they are not shiites they are sunni arabs which is what the raqqa population is. you get them to be the occupying force. >> just like peace keeping force in africa. >> this argument about perpetual occupation is all nonsense. he doesn't have it. >> i'm going to brigitte that he is going to have to do something, president obama. but i could be wrong. charles as always, thank you. directly ahead we will talk with a former cia about how america is in danger and we are. and later watters going to the university of missouri where things are totally out of control. up ahead. stay confident for over 75 years. call us or your advisor. t. rowe price. invest with confidence.
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and in the impact segment tonight, shortly after the paris terror attack the "wall street journal" editorialized this way quoted: these attacks are another dreadful reminder that the west collective failure swift live to defeat isis in syrian and iraqi heartland has allowed this jihadist infection to spread into afghanistan, turkey, sinai and north africa, unquote. what's needed now is a renewed sense of purpose to destroy the barbarians at the gate. as stated in the talking points memo president obama doesn't see it that way. joining us from washington the former head of the central intelligence agency ambassador james wallsy. you just heard charles krauthammer and i talk about delusion on the president's part. >> i tilt more in the direction of charles on this. i think it's illusionary. i think he is trying to set up a situation where he comes up with a narrative and then the narrative is what they the it rate and if something departs from the narrative, an uncomfortable fact they try knot to talk
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about it or deal with it or in the they may slightly change the narrative. they go backwards. they start with the public relations and end up with the facts with what%.íhç one audited to do i think is by understanding the facts. develop a policy and tactics and change the tactics if you have to. >> there are a there are people who say they did not. -- they simply say he rejects it let's get to the united states though. obviously the isis has made threats to the homeland here and with the porous borders and whole bunch of other things in play, it seems to me that it will be happening fairly soon. am i wrong? >> something will, i'm afraid yes. >> the main vulnerability of the country is what? >> i think one of the vulnerabilities, i mean we are an open seat so it's very easy to kill large numbers of people. that's our big
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vulnerability. but i think we have a dangerous situation in part because of the so-called reforms we have made in our intelligence. particularly communications intelligence. we didn't need to make those changes that followed the snowden disputes. and they have that tid a lot harder for us to gig out what our he pony nens will do. meantime commercial encryption come a lo live. make it easier to hide things from us. we are not as in to the other side of's thinking9c as we have have been in most of our years for years. >> the civil sib taperrians have managed to give advantage to the millimeter but also our poll. woe have ngs ng cities. people run in and out of here at will. it's not hard to get in here. >> the sanctuary cities i think are particularly a terrible idea.
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why one would not enforce the law and avoid killings such ass dollars one that gave rise. >> kate's law. kate steinle. >> beyond if someone is a convicted tell felonxq i.c.e. wants him in custody why should a city be willing and able. >>ing that he no action against sanctuary cities. wheant it frightening to me seeing hillary clinton ask about rad radical islam to notes. that signals that hillary clinton could be next president is carrying out everything barack obama is doing. >> she tried to turn him into strong man. it was old hat by the 7th. i mean, it was ridiculous. >> all right. but, remember now she could
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be the next president. so 38% of the american people still support president obama's war on terror strategy. still think he is doing a good job against isis according to a.p. poll. 38% of the country doesn't get it does that supplies you? >> i suppose not. we are often slow to anger and his overall strategy has been in a sense to keep people comfortable that something is working out well whereas, in fact, it is not. i think that we have an our hands. as serious as we have had to worlds war 2. as the factor moves ag long this evening. university of minnesota saying no to a 9/11 memorial. the school thinks it will offend some students. laura ingraham and juan williams on that. watters world goes to the university of missouri where political correctness and radical students are taking
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advisors that that would be a mistake. >> continuing now with our coverage of the paris terror attacks, joining us from washington lt. colonel ralph peters fox news strategic analyst. you told me in the break that president's press conference really got to you. what does that mean? >> well, you know, i can be hot headed about things. can i get angry. but, i really don't let things penetrate too deeply. i live my life. listen g iting the president's presser i thought we are at a point you everywhere talking earlier about dang done the only person bees everyone who has done more damage has actually jefferson davis president of confederate states of philadelphia. used the word delusional. it is beyond durable. this guy is so arrogant and
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as i want so 60ive. he cannot diminish he and is he wrong. he reacted p political annoyance. the french are in this now. they are doing their best. but they can't do it -- nato can't do it. nobody can do it without us and we are awol. >> all right. nato my suggestion that they declare war on isis that the 28 nations band together command and control in europe develop tactical strategy to what these people -- wipe these people off the face of the earth are you with that. >> you have got to be realistic. nato at this point is lady liberty with european costume jewelry. i'm grateful forlt the critics of allies. if the united states does not leave and apply our military resources and wherewithal, can't get there without four help. they don't have the intelligence resources.
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ifield nato effort. it's not going to happen because obama doesn't want it. >> i think he might have to now particularly if there is another instance we trike to real quick again and create as much chaos on the world as possible. i think the pressure is building on the president. he is in the philippines tonight. he got out of turkey as fast as he could. i think the pressure is building on him. >> bill, one of the reasons so much and i do because even if this president somehow miraculously turned around one word order win the political correct electricity because we have v. got to the point where gin, term, cent president peta der for their own country will profit fromwork crimes. virtually evidence unof our top generals generals in wormted recall today they would be prosecuted as war criminals
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by their own ga%] we have a long, long way to go to get back to military effectiveness even if the president comes around. >> i still think that with a great britain and france the united states and i do agree with you why would have to take the lead could form a coalition the nato countries and put hurt not in the mountains of afghanistan and pack san. not hard to get to them. >> the biggest um bring block is woe he told them we would noe acto come them. you cannot take war with without civilian casualties. you can try to minimize it to a line@á degree, in this thawbs ubs ever it. he has saved a handful of lives. as you observed in your talking points torture. kidnapping rape, murder, refugee status.
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thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the factor follow up segment tonight, last week the university of minute society student association rejected a resolution for a moment of recognition on future anniversaries of the 9/11 terror attacks. the association saying such a resolution might make some students feel unsafe. meanwhile, at dartmouth members of the group black lives matter invaded the library. [chanting] black lives &÷a/á%ey >> what? >> black lives matter. >> what? >> black lives matter. >> joining us now from
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washington, d.c. this radical madness looks like it's spreading laura. why do you think it's happening? >> i think they are emboldened. i went to dartmouth college we edited a newspaper which originally reported on this thing at the baker library. if we so much looked at liberal students the wrong way we could find ourselves brought up on disciplinary= charges. these kids can rampage through the library when kids are studying for exams and as far as i can tell, the president of the university is going to do a big fat nothing. they get emboldened. they can bullying people and act like, you know, complete brass on and they can get away with it the treated with respect and their behavior they don't diseenk. >> conservative shiewnts, bail they would be brought before the disciplinary
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committee or told they would be suspended or buts up' on another. >> this isn't. we will follow to see if dart mort does anything. juan i'm expecting this week some of the radical students to blame the united states and the french for the terror attack and not isis. i think that's coming next. and you say? >> i don't know what is going on with you because i don't know where that is coming from. i haven't heard anything like that from the most liberalifj quarters. i think though, i'm sort of surprised at laura because i think the united states has a proud tradition of people engaging in protests and protests when they feel that something is wrong with in their society.:g >> if the by brear. >> it didn't seem they stopped anybody from studying. it was pretty short. those kids walked through the library. they were joked. i don't think the insaying
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you are not allowed to conservative in america. >> the coneson us is as ease heed. there is a good quote by a cnn guy don lemon who says if you feel unsafe don't leave the house. that's life. everybody feels unsafe. but these kids unlike the vietnam war which was life and death somebody said something mean to me that's my point to you. and i have been on this from the start. i agree with don lemon. i think the problem here and with black lives matter is these kids have legitimate issues but they can never say what the problem is. they don't engage in advancing the conversation. because they don't have concrete specific issues that they say here's where we rather than it seeming like they are vacuous and so easily you offended. they look childish when they do that. >> watters is coming up with many so of that.
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good laura. >> these kids are at some of the best colleges in the world and it's not good enough. the professional protester class gets indulged by wimpy cower fing administrators and other ed cats in colleges and if students tried admission like this, they would be brought before disciplinary committees i asked if they there would be -- i have a walkout of classes. yet, these kids get away with it because everyone is bathing themselves and marinading themselves in racial guilt. it's so tiresome for most kids who want to go to college and just study and have a good experience and heaven forbid learn something go get a job and do well. it's elm baiters rags wassing for dartmouth. >> would@#nu be feel unsafe.
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>>, into i had a blast i i. >> if i were confronting you. >> yeah. >> all right juan, last word, go. >> no. i think it's easy to somehow minimize this and say oh, this is about kids who are in good schools and not taking -- not opening -- that ignores the reality. >> no, no. >> i don't have time for you to tell me. >> i'm not going to tell you the reality is we have racial disimtion dhib tokens on their own exhaust. >> juan you are always going to have it and you always will have it. if it's being overt i will report it wawforts world on deck. watters is next. get healthier gums in 2 weeks innovation and you.
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back of the book segment tonight, watters world. some radical students at the university of missouri angry their protest movement has been eclipsed by the isis terror attacks in paris. one tweet says, quote: we can remember the tragedy in paris and still remember mizzou. we are capable of multitasking. both christian situations are equally messed up. equally? obviously there is much madness at the university of missouri so we sent watters out there. ♪ >> the mood on campus right now, what is it? >> it's kind of tense. i you mean, it seemsé folks are scared. >> this protest movement, what set it off? >> student body president called the "n" word. >> grad students having their health insurance taken away. a swat -- swastika was painted on someone's door in
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human feces. >> poop swastika. >> if that's what you want to call it, sure. >> have you experienced any problems here. >> me personally, no. >> i was walking out of one of my friend's houses and person outside of the house counting one [bleep] two [bleep] three [bleep] >> that's disgusting. >> what's a safe zone. >> a place you feel comfortable sharing. >> am i in your safe zone? >> no. >> no? how about now? >> yeah. >> still in the safe zone? >> you are getting a little close. >> one the demands the president had to acknowledge his white male privilege. what does that mean? >> i don't see a problem with that demand. >> white privilege is going to a store and knowing that you are not going to be followed because they think you are stealing. >> this country has been based on white supremacy.
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they have been built on a lot of people's blood. >> i'm also tall, athletic, smart, and rich. should i apologize for that, too? >> enforce mandatory comprehensive racial awareness and inclusion curriculum. can you explain that one? >> can you say that again? >> increase retention rates for marginalized students. are you marginalized? >> in some ways you can say i am. >> how? >> for one thing, um i'm a woman. i'm also a queer student. i identify as bisexual. >> you're not allowed to say "queer." that's offensive. you guys want to increase black faculty. >> the faculty right now is
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homogonous. >> don't forget hiring the asians too. >> becoming an adult this day and age could place a lot of stress on a person. >> do you know what the greatest generation would call you guys? sissies. >> what do you guys want. >> all this racism -- [ inaudible ] >> you got rid of the president, what's next? >> get justice for mike brown, for trayvon martin. you've got to fight back. >> our white brothers and
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sisters, we want to give you something special. >> you're a woman. i'm a woman. and i think we can bond over that aspect and i appreciate you guys for voicing your opinions. >> i think one thing that gets miscommunicated is that black people hate all white people or we think all white people hate us. that's not true. [ laughter ] >> all right. how about i get a hug, too. can i get a hug? after watch "waters world?" >> no, never heard of it. >> i'm waters and you're in my world right here. >> y'all get the hell out of here. >> so you were the peacemaker? >> i was. i healed things there. >> i thought it was bad in the
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'60s. >> i know. >> we want a safe zone. >> that's right. and you know what they ended up doing? they ended up kicking all the white people who protested with them out of the safe zone. >> right. okay. it was too late any way. >> that's right. they had to go to sleep. >> waters everybody. factor "tip of the day." and outrageous conflict of interest at "the washington post." the tip moments away. jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in. it's not about yappin'. it's not about talking. it's about doing. i know how to do this because i was privileged to serve in florida for eight years. and we turned the systems upside down that weren't working. 1.3 million new jobs were created. we cut taxes every year. income rose in people's pockets. people were lifted out of poverty. children started to learn. as president of the united states, i pledge to you that i will solve problems. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. (vo) what does the world run on? it runs on optimism. it's what sparks ideas. moves the world forward.
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>> that would be sensoring the news john. that's what we don't do here. >> you can't do much ian. you're a captive in that classroom. ride it out, take good notes and when the class is over, have your folks talk with the principal. >> but you don't give one single example, so how can you be expected to be taken seriously. the book is true, backed up by the facts. >> and a very noble thing as
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well doctor. thank you. finally the "factor tip of the day." the facts on my book "kiging reagan." the smears come mainly from "the washington post" editorial page that's it. they've been unprecedented, thee columns attacking the book. when we asked them to print a column in reply, they said no. that's disgraceful. this is happening because we learned the publisher of "the washington post," fred ryan who does not want the trout told about ronald reagan. he wants only praise and he's also the chairman of the reagan library foundation. that has not been disclosed by "the washington post." uh-oh. and "post" readers are unaware of it. ryan has an agenda and his su subordinates are doing his
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agenda. "killing reagan" chronicles the story how ronald reagan became one of the greatest presidents this country ever had. what he overcame is incredible. that is the focus of the book. everything in "killing reagan" is true. if you would like to read our factual rebuke of "the washington post," which the paper would not print, it's poegs posted on my website that's it for us tonight. check out the factor website. word of the day no philippic. if you know that one you are a brainiac. now tomorrow bernie goldberg and i are compiling the dumbest things said about the paris attack. we have five for you.
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it's amazing what's going on in this world, is it not? thanks for watching us tonight. ms. megyn is next. please remember the spin stops here because we are looking out for you. breaking tonight, less than 72 hours after some 500 people are killed or injured in a bloody attack on paris, there are growing questions about security here at home,s the white house admits now that we are at war but says no change in strategy is necessary. welcome to "the kelly file." with an active manhunt still behind one of the worse terror attacks in european history, some of the top homeland security officials are saying isis has the potential to pull off an attack like this in the united states. we will be


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