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i'm eric bolling along with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, megan mccain and greg gutfeld, it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." a week after terrorist attacked paris, jihadists armed with guns and grenades stormed a hotel in the west african country of mali. they waged a siege in the capital, seizing 100 hostages. the standoff ended with 27 people dead according to u.n. officials. some americans were among the hostages. national security correspondent jennifer griffin has the latest from the pentagon. what's the latest? >> well a dozen americans were inside the hotel, including five u.s. military personnel assigned to a u.n. stabilization mission. they all made it out safely.
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a total of 26 american troops are stationed in mali right now. 22 were in the capital at the time of the attack. some are u.s. special forces involved in training the mali security forces. in counterterror measures, we're told that u.s. forces did not participate in the rescue operation per se. but two american special orp operators did help the forces. one special operator helped people move to a secure location and another helped coordinate from a joint operations center. the u.s. military along with the french legion have worked to train mali's counterterrorism forces for several years now. in january 2012, rebels took control of northern mali, allowing islamists to set up bases and declare a new state. in response, the french military sent 4,000 french troops in january 2013, carrying out air strikes against the islamists in the north. pushing the al qaeda-linked rebels into algeria. the u.s. helped the french with
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airlift and intelligence at the time. two competing offshoots of al qaeda, al qaeda in the islamic magrev and al moreo maton. one is affiliated with a known trickett, muktiar bin muktiar. it seems he may have survived a death attempt. what's notable is this attack today, eric, was not carried out by isis. >> jennifer, thank you very much for that report. in a bid to keep us safe from terror, the house passed a bill yesterday to tighten the vetting process of syrian refugees. now it's unclear where it will ever reach the white house, but if it does, president obama has vowed to veto it. many americans are concerned about the possibility of terrorists slipping in amongst the migrants, including meddle of honor recipient, dakota meyer. >> you can guarantee it's going to happen. i heard the best analogy ever, if you knew you had 100 grapes
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and you knew two of them were deadly, would you eat any of the grapes? no, you wouldn't. and the other thing is the fbi director has came out and testified, i think it was this week or last week, he said we don't have the means to properly screen these people. how, what, i mean it just doesn't make sense. >> greg, another week, another terror attack. >> and it's interesting, in this case, the ga nondenominational greeting that means duck. and in mali they forced hostages to recite passages from the koran. if you're traveling it should be like getting your shots, go memorize verses of the koran, it might save your life. my issue with this, we have leaders in the media who are more concerned with policing our emotions as, as a response to evil, rather than the actual practical response to evil.
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we, people are telling us, if we get angry, if we express passion, somehow that will anger isis. who cares? >> everything is a recruiting tool. everything we do is a recruiting tool. they still hate us, they want to kill us. >> that's the problem, get it, accept us, they don't like us, they don't like our way of life. they don't like our country, they don't like our civilized way. arm yourself, protect yourself with the facts and do something to shut it down. they're gaining steam and gaining ground theemplt not slowing down. they don't seem to be deterred, even when we hit them back. you see acts like this happening across the globe. which really just goes to show you how extensive the tentacles of terror are and how far reaching. and apparently if they've got money, resources, you've been saying, bolling, about we've got to follow the money, cut it off, shut it down, get rit of the oil supplies. >> and the others. hillary clinton yesterday said as greg points out, we don't say
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radical islam because the terror has absolutely no root. not even remotely rooted in islam. yet as we all hear now, allahu akbar, before people die, that's islamic. >> they attach themselves to islam. they want that kind of religious fervor. they're trying to attach themselves to the billions of muslims in the world. it's not to the united states' advantage to make this the war of the west against islam. that's not to our advantage. you have people who speak with some thought as opposed to just playing games of fear-mongering and. >> why are you afraid to declare war on radical islam. not islam, radical islam we don't seem to want to do that. >> why not declare war on the people attacking us. >> they are they're radical islamists. >> i think isis is getting stronger. we're continuing to do nothing. this is what i want. i want terrorists to start screaming "climate change" instead of "allahu akbar"
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because then maybe the president will do something about that. dianne feinstein said i've never been more concerned. i read the intelligence faithfully. isil is not contained and is expanding, we have a president that continues to do nothing. our enemies know he will continue to do nothing. they know they can attack us, i am praying in the next 14 months that nothing happens here because he's not going to do anything. >> how can you say that the president is doing nothing? let me get this straight. you think the united states of america has been totally indifferent to isis all this time? we haven't been bombing. we haven't even just sent in boots on the ground? >> it's not working. >> oh, that's a different argument. you can say you know what i think after the paris attack we're going to have to change our measures. but to say that the president is doing nothing? >> he's not. >> he's standing behind his strategy. saying it is working. donald trump is adamantly opposed to letting the country and made even more waves with his answer to this question.
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[ inaudible ] >> there should be a lot of systems, beyond database, we should have a lot of systems and today you can do it. but right now, we have to have a border, we have to have strength, a wall. and we cannot let what's happening to this country happen. >> i would implenty that. >> that set up a firestorm among his critics. hillary clinton tweeted, this is shocking rhetoric, it should be denounced by all seeking to lead this country. and jeb bush said this -- >> you talk about closing mosques, you talk about registering people. and that's just wrong. >> this is not a question of toughness. it's a, it's manipulating people's angst and their fears, that's not strength. that's weakness. >> this afternoon, trump fixed his remarks, saying in a tweet, he suggested that he didn't say it was a database, a reporter said it, but he said we must have a watch list to protect america. kg? >> yes and he's going on the record tonight at 7:00, top of
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the show. i mean for greta. so you're going to have to hear more about that then. but i think what he's saying is we need to be vigilant and have a database in terms of people coming in this country and the rest of that interview that you didn't see, meaning when that, or not even interview, but the reporter put opposing questions while he was signing books. he discusses about having an actual like database information about people trying to come into the country illegally. and it's actually broadened. it's not saying like muslims, religious. if you listen to that further. >> i can't believe you're making excuses, this is what's going on here. not only does he say close mosques. he says close the mosques, have a database. oh, but it's much broader, you know what, we live in the united states -- hang on a second. >> you want a sound bite. >> you just keep talking, all you're doing is making excuses for trump. i didn't know you were his spokesman, but i'm telling you he said in terms of making a
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database. reminds so many people of nazi germany. what he is saying in terms of closing mosques is in direct violation of freedom of religion in this country. and for to you make excuses -- >> i'm not making excuses and don't accuse me of saying statements -- >> i can hear you, my ears are working. >> i'm not done. please look at me when i'm speaking of you. it's disrespectful to turn away. i'm asking you to listen to the full statement of what he had to say. >> i heard the full statement. beverly. >> you're wrong again but that's a very comfortable position. >> i'm going to defend him and i'm not always a defender of donald trump. when you're in a rope line like this and it's very loud and reporters are screaming at you things that they want to you answer, i've been baited that way. i don't believe that donald trump wants to round up muslims and put them in a database like nazi germany, at least i hope to god he won't. because there's no defending of this. i don't like this dirty baiting when you're in a line like that.
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>> it happened to me. >> i think he made a mistake. >> and the liberals, greg, are nailing donald for that instance. they're also nailing ben carson. he used a metaphor. he talked about a rabid dog in the context of syrian refugees and they're calling him out on that one, too. >> the point is, when you answer a hypothetical question, it becomes on you. you can't keep blaming the press if you keep falling into the same trap. and the problem when you say yeah, that's not a bad idea, i'll consider that maybe he didn't even hear it but the point is, if you don't hear it or if you don't degree with it, you shouldn't say anything. because you forever link whatever hypothetical they smear upon you, your legitimate attempts at tracking dangerous people, any kind of surveillance, any kind of practical examples of trying to protect this country suddenly becomes harassment and you've got to be better at this. you know, i understand carson's metaphor and i understand how it
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was used to get him. you've got to make your target smaller, because the press, the government, the media, ak decad will always come at you. you know where this is coming from? the idea about closing down mosques and databases, this weird mysterious idea. >> it's never going to happen. >> but you know where it's coming from? it's coming from the previous attack on the nsa. because we've now said it's wrong to collect meta data. now what do we have left if we can't look for the haystack. we start calling all the needles out. >> let's go -- >> muslim-americans have the same bill of rights that all americans do. >> so where are you on the nsa? should they be able to data-mine all americans? >> i think we should do anything and everything to protect our freedoms. >> you think it's okay to data-mine all americans? >> he's talking about rounding up all muslim americans. i think this is very convoluted. i'm looking forward to what
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kimberly has to say tonight. >> you no he what's disturbing to me about this, i think jeb bush when he talked about manipulating people's fears at a time of anxiety is right on target. you see this helping donald trump. he is up in the polls. as a as a result of all this he's doing very well in the afternoon math of the attack in paris. up in iowa, up in new hampshire, still leading nationally. he's playing on fear. >> key can't let islam phobia take over everyone. i personally know many muslim americans i went to college with, i'm friends with. they're great americans that have fled iran, come here. came from oppression and we can't let islamophobia take over. i think the way the question was phrased to donald trump was inappropriate. >> the president is a master of the false choice. let them all in or you're a bigot. you cannot offer a reaction that plays into the stereotype. and that's been the danger, the plus of trump is also the minus, he improvises. when he -- >> he said he's going to let them all in.
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10,000 people. remember, we're celebrating -- hollande letting in many more and not changing it. the germans are letting in 90,000. >> we need to leave it right there and you and kg can work it out in the break. >> i need a break. >> how can america win the war against terror when our administration completely underestimates our enemy? we'll play you some stunning sound from our secretary of state, and the white house and later, it's facebook friday. have a question for us? post it now on our facebook page, hi i'm heather cox on location with the famous, big idaho potato truck. our truck? it's touring across america telling people about idaho potatoes. farmer: let's go boy. again this year the big idaho potato truck is traveling the country spreading the word about heart healthy idaho potatoes and making donations to local charities. excuse me miss, have you seen our truck?
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♪ ♪ president obama has pledged to degrade and destroy isis. his strategy clearly isn't working. but as secretary of state is trying to convince us otherwise, by drawing parallels to the fight against al qaeda. >> we're going to defeat daesh. we always said it will take time. we began our fight against al qaeda in 2001. and it took us quite a few years. before we were able to eliminate osama bin laden and the top leadership and neutralize them as an effective force. we hope to do daesh much faster than that. and we think we have an ability to do that.
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>> so someone should tell him that daesh is the name of the kardashian store. i'm not making it up, clothing. only thing, al qaeda hasn't been neutralize, mr. secretary. how can we take and he take a victory lap and also say that isis will be defeated faster, when we haven't stunted its growth so far as evidenced by the developments even today. eric? >> i think he should just stop talking. john kerry should stop talking. president obama says it's contained and then there's the paris attack. kerry the other day says, you know this is different, the paris attack is different because "charlie hebdo," they had the rationale and then he had to walk that one back. now he's saying we're going to neutralize daesh or whatever? well do it stop talking about it and go ahead and neutralize these people. time for action now, not rhetoric and do something. come up with something. >> i just have to say don't you think it's a complex issue, given that you have to take out assad, because of the sunni/shia split? you want to do something,
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that -- let me finish this point, because you want something that is sustainable that will not require us to go in there again, we keep going back and back and back. >> and who is going in for assad? what's the plan? >> in 2006 when we were losing in iraq, george w. bush had the guts to dot surge with general pa trars and we were winning. and then president obama pulled us out of iraq and now the chickens have come home to roost. we knew this was going to happen. and everyone talking about letting syrian refugees in and their hearts were bleeding, where were you when bashar al assad was chemically gassing them? i didn't hear a lot of people speaking out then. >> you mean the congress? because -- >> there's a red line. >> the congress, republicans would not back the president to say go ahead and shoot. i want to come back to your earlier point. >> the fundamental pillars of his national security agenda have come up in tatters. who invaded iraq? who set this monster loose? >> first of all, above
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everything else -- do you think we should just sit and do nothing? i'm saying to eric, i think we have, you say bomb, let's go bomb the daylights out of them. like that's going to solve the problem. >> think we need boots on the ground. >> the better part of two years, absolutely, patently, go carpet-bomb the place and if you're a civilian and you're dumb enough to be next to isis, you will not survive that, either. >> and you said follow the money and take out the oil supplies. >> 10 or so sorties, a day when you want to kill a terror group. >> we do more than anybody else. greg, i don't understand why everybody thinks bomb bomb bomb. like -- >> i agree, i think what we did after "charlie hebdo," was the best thing we ever could do. which was have mr. kerry bring james taylor. i think next, think we need to get the entire lilith fair,
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david frost, maroon 5. if you applied progressive thinking to the actual terror attack, instead of storming the paris apartment with guns, it would be acoustic guitars singing "imagine." we've got to end this hash tag foreign policy. symbolism masquerades as action. you have people posting peace signs with the eiffel tower in the middle. a peace sign is just a target. it's a target for methodical terrorists. forget the peace sign. >> he's totally right. >> tear them up, throw them away. >> #bringbackourgirls. good job. you say take out assad. you have no solution or you want stability. who you going to put into place? now you're going to go to war against russia, because russia is keeping assad in place. and then you're going to pretend to fight isis. it doesn't make sense. >> what i'm saying to you --
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>> we can fight them over there, or we can fight them over here. >> i want to fight them in space. >> what i was saying is if we can get the russians, the iranians to negotiate. and say this is why we need assad out that would be a tremendous victory. for sustainable strategy. >> that's so naive. >> you have to be realistic. this is not time for cartoons. >> i'm telling you bombing, bombing, means we have to go back again and again and again. >> that's what you do with roaches. >> this guy, he's got something-something, i wish we heard this from the president. bbc, baby. >> well i asked daesh or isis or isil or whatever name you're going by, i'm sticking with i.s., as in islamist scum bags. i think the outcome is pretty clear to everybody but you. whatever atrocities you're currently capable of committing, you will lose. in 1,000 years time, paris that
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glorious city of lights will still be shining bright as will every other city like it. while you will be as dust along with a ragbag of fascist nazis and stalinists that have previously challenged democracy and failed. >> does that excite anybody else at the table? i think it's fantastic. >> you like the accent. >> but how? i love the passion, dude, but how? what do you want to do? >> he's sending a message. >> i agree, don't go up against democracy, i would rather have you not go up against our fighters, our aircraft carriers, our jets, our bombs. you can't win that one. >> i love our president to say that. i would love him to come out and show that kind of enthusiasm and that kind of hate towards islamic extremism. we won't even say islamic extremism. >> how about the president has to go there, use american authority, american lives, american people. and you have to build a coalition to get it done.
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that guy goes up. >> he's in paris right now. >> he can say anything he likes. and you know what -- >> he's criticizing it and -- >> this guy can go on tv. we have radio hosts on the right saying go get them. give them all the rhettic and you say what's their solution to this and they say bomb bomb bomb. but you know what, bomb bomb bomb is not going to do the deed. >> how do you know? >> we've been bombing since 14 years. the russians are bombing. >> people aren't just saying bomb from the skies, a lot of people are saying boots on the ground and team up with our allies to get the boots on the ground. listen, honey, my brother deployed numerous times, i'm well aware of the sacrifices men and women make and the islamic extremism, we can fight them over there or we can fight them over here. >> quiet is the american people. and the american people know that we have put boots on the ground repeatedly. >> and the american military and the men and women, they are ready to go. they know it's go time and they know what it takes.
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someone listen to them and to the generals and to the advisers that know what's going on around here versu bleeding from the ears listening to this over here from the left. still to come, facebook friday. but first, the dramatic account from the captain of the commando team that stormed the bataclan concert hall on friday. stay tuned.
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. it's been a week since paris was terrorized, today the death toll rose to 130 after another victim died from their wounds. french officials raised their count from wednesday's raid to three. the leader of the attacks was killed and so was his female kous hon blew herself up. she was reportedly radicalized in france and had a reputation for being a party girl. the captain of the commando team that responded to the attack at the bataclan is now talking about what they saw when they
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arrived. >> we took position at the entry of the theater and we discover like a hell on earth. the first thing we saw the guy shooting and a lot of maybe 20 on stage between the shooter and us, we cannot shoot at the time. because it was too risky for the hostage. at the end of the hallway, we found the two terrorists, it was like a dead end for them. and the first one blew himself with a jacket. a second one tried to do the same. but he gets shot by the two officers. >> sending chills up and down my spine what do you think, greg? >> these guys are absolutely amazing. what they have to, what they have to accomplish while immersed in quite possibly the worst things you will ever see, we will never see, unless you play video games. i looked at the pictures of the inside of the club, and it just reminded me of simulations found in games that everyone plays under 30. and i keep wondering if we're
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creating a generation that is numb to the horror, the sheer repetition of ghastly imagery. and it reminded me when i looked inside that bar, of massacre scene in "kill bill." that's what it looked like. to me the raid is an example of conservative principles that shore up leftist pretense. search and destroy is what you do when the chips are down. search and destroy will not be found in "dreams of my father." >> we should end the show on that. >> you know what we have to be prepared to do that at least the minimum to defend ourselves and protect. it seems we're unwilling to do that and yes much more needs to be done. the other intelligence reports coming out of there and bolling i sent you this, they literally have reports that they were slicing open the stomachs and torturing the people. this is what they're prepared to do. so, no, understand so you get a real grasp of this. and stop, stop getting drowned in like cement little political correctness this quicksand where
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you can't even call it radical islam. it's just, it's a real mental weakness to be unable to say and call it what it is. >> if these don't make you face up to hard truths about what we have to do, i don't know what will. what do you think, juan? >> i think it's a horror. but at the same time i think you have to take effective steps. you can't react in an hysterical mode and say we got to do, bomb bomb bomb or we've got to rush in. no, i think what you've seen here. >> you have to rush in, literally. they had to rush in. >> you know what's interesting about that. what they did, i was reading about it, go by sometimes people who were injured, they had to make a concentrated effort, very strategic to find the terrorists what they wanted to do was shut off the terror. even in that situation, people are thinking they're not just reflexive in their response. >> they're running by instincts. >> they're trained to stop the terror you're saying it's not
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found in "dreams of my father" pretty smooth. but i must say it's not the case that everything is about killing and killing and bombing. you've got to have the ability when someone is attacking you to stop them and get them -- >> [ people talking at once ] >> he wants a bedtime story, some cookies and milk. >> they won't kill me if i sing "bridge over troubled waters." >> how about sing the constitution, saying we stand for liberty. >> holier than thou. >> and in france you don't think that they have fraternity and -- >> oh, they would be better served -- >> sing the constitution. >> parisians and the french would be better served by loosening some of their tight gun laws. have you seen the videos where the gunmen are walking down the street and going like this and they're killing people, one by one by one. and no one lass a gun. try to do that in new york. try to do that dlsh.
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>> what did we talk about earlier in the week. the number of gun deaths is not even a third of what it is in the united states. >> in dallas. [ talking at once ] >> you're going to get halfway down the block and you have four people citizens arm and taking out the terrorists. >> that's the same reason that we in this country have to worry about terrorists getting ahold of guns so easily. easily access. >> they can get the guns anyway, juan. you don't want to keep guns out of law-abiding people's hands. >> mass murder. these people are mentally disturbed. give them guns. >> we can go in, we can take them out. we just need the leadership in order to do it stay tuned, because facebook friday is up next. we're answering your questions on the state of america. jeb bush: leadership means you've got to be all in.
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hey, it's facebook friday. time to answer your questions. these have a theme to it. let's go around this way, megan,
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this is from jason. with the recent threats of terrorism stop you from traveling this thanksgiving holiday? >> no, because then the terrorists win, and that's what they want and i do believe there's heightened security right now. and i asked my father this question and he's like no, because then they win and there's no reason to not believe that we don't have security right now at airports. >> can i be honest? >> yes. >> i wouldn't travel overseas right now. i think we're too much of a target until things get calmer and safer, i wouldn't. domestically, i'm going to vegas, i'll do that but i don't want to go overseas. >> uh-huh. that's not overseas. vegas is over desert. >> correct. >> over the top. >> how about you, juan? >> i don't have any trouble traveling. i mean the question would be would you go to a place in the middle east? or -- >> i wouldn't go to yemen. >> africa? where boko haram. would you go to the world's trouble spots? i think you'd be fool toish go. it's interesting, you think about some place like turkey. i bet there's students who are going for their semester abroad,
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but guess what, those borders are open, we see the bad guys going right through their borders, into europe. >> paris? >> i wouldn't go to turkey over thanksgiving. >> ha ha ha. >> what were you doing? >> i was talking to megan. >> why don't you answer the question. >> if i was going to travel and i had something that was planned already. i would do it. i do not and i feel pretty comfortable with that because i'm here and working as usual. >> would the recent threats of terrorism stop from you traveling this thanksgiving holiday? everything stops me from traveling. i will use an excuse to stay indoors and do absolutely nothing. in my footsie pajamas and shorty robe. now i'm going to go this way. i told to you put a top on the blender -- >> i didn't know. >> gerald w. writes, is america still america?
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kimberly? >> do you know what he's talking about? can we go back? >> america can be great again. >> there you go. >> make it great again. >> yes of course it's america. we just need a little course correction, called the 2016 election. so, yeah, that's good. >> you're looking forward to hillary clinton? i thought you, i thought you were on the other side. all right. well anyway, this tells you the questions we are getting tonight is indications people who are having fear like mainline. they're like junkies for the fear stuff that's being sent to them. it's terrible. >> you're insulting our viewers. >> oh yes, i know. >> they love you, juan. >> i know i love them. >> they're smart. >> eric? >> it's america, but people are saying, just our a block alone, why don't we stand up and fight? why are we always trying to talk and say everything is going to be okay, we don't need to fight? you're afraid of bombing isis. >> i want it to be effective.
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>> it's america, i get it. but our history is we get punched, we punch back harder. >> absolutely. that's what we're doing. >> okay. >> he wants to sing the constitution. >> i want to keep the constitution. i love america. >> is america still america, megan? >> i love america more than anything, i'm going home over thanksgiving. shoot a bunch of shotguns, drink a bunch of whiskey. it doesn't matter what happens to this country, we're always going to be the best. we're always going to be the greatest. i agree with you, kimberly, it will be better in 14 months when someone else is president. >>ky be a negative nancy and say that america is not america until we jettison, the self-obsession with identity. i don't think it's isis. >> oh no, i love america. >> but you're obsessed with ourselves. without looking outward any more. we're too busy looking inward and taking selfies. i'll start with you, wando. this is from denise b. what
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would you tell president obama if you had five minutes with him? >> that's not unusual. but i would say look, i think you had a week in which you didn't understand how much people wanted to hear you come out and say game onto the bad guys. and instead you came out and you were coldly logical, somewhat professorial. i degree agree with the strategy for the most part, but you got to understand, people want the emotion, the fire, especially after what happened in paris. but i will say, i can't shame america in terms of what we do i disagree with you guys on that point. because i look at what the germans are doing, what the french, the english, the russians just in the game. america has been fighting this fight all along. >> kimberly, five minutes with obama? >> they probably let me in the door. despite my persuasive talents. i would say to mr. president, you can change your legacy. you can leave this country in a better place than you have for the past seven years.
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words do matter, sir. >> i would say look at your daughter, he has a daughter the same age a as my son. look at them and figure out if that's what you want to leave, the legacy you want to leave them. i'm deathly afraid of the direction thaw point out that the whole identity stuff going on. professors, participation trophies, professors are putting liberalism on to every kid. i think it's a dangerous place we're headed towards. >> i think we should ask him what he thought his greatest success is i can't for the life of me name one success he's had i would want to bring in a lot of veterans to talk to him. i would have to make it a whole event. i don't want five minutes with president obama. i just want 14 months to go rapidly. >> i would ask him if i could have a cigarette. you know what i would say? i would say really? really? do you really believe any of this? >> yes, he does. >> i want him to say it. >> i want him to say, you got me. i don't even know what i'm doing. anyway. >> we got to go.
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it's a terrible song.
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today there's controversy over lessons on islam and terrorism in two middle schools. in california, some parents very angry that their seventh graders were forced to learn a song about islam. the song set to the tune of rachel platen's popular fight song. and in utah parents of ninth graders are upset that their children were assigned to create a propaganda poster for terror groups like isis. greg? >> we need to clarify, the first one was the song was a negative song about islam. the lyrics were, islam, you can worship and blow things up and we don't like jews or christians. think it was portrayed in a way as an ode to islam. the second part is a disturbing part. if you have kids, do research on terror propaganda that ends up bringing them into certain places on the web that could end up following them around. like if they're going to look for, if they're doing research on terror propaganda, they have to look for it.
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if you're a good student, i would look for it and then all of a sudden i would be -- i would have to stop on my computer and i'd be screwed. >> we don't want you converted. >> like a search for porn. >> look. >> research. >> that's what he's saying is, you could end up on some kind of terror watch list and your parents are like taken away and then you live impoverished for the rest of your life. >> that was too much information about his private life. megan, i was coming to you to say young people, i think you want them to learn because so much of what the bad guys do is kind of you know, social media propaganda. apparently effective. i can't tolerate it, but how do you counter that if you're trying to educate young people to not be susceptible to those terrible messages? >> i think there's a way to talk about the horrors of the world where you don't have to send a home assignment, drawing pictures of isis propaganda. it's a whole bunch of crazy, i can't even handle.
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teachers need to know that the internet is dangerous tool and kids as young as four, five and six are using them. my friend's daughter is four and uses the ipad all the time. they can google crazy stuff and i think that teacher should be suspended. it's crazy. >> why is this necessary. really? go do this thing, kids, go on pornography. no, why would you even expose children to this? i think it's terrible. >> the idea would be that you should learn propaganda is. >> i don't think there's any upside. >> can you watch msnbc. >> i'm going to bash this teach anywhere one respect. it's great assignment, critical thinking. teach a kid how to research and think. however i would have gone the other way and gone with the song version. in other words, instead of creating a pro-isis propaganda poster. go with an anti--isis propaganda poster. let kids know how bad isis is and how you would fight it. >> look at at world war ii pro-american posters.
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figure out a contemporary version of that. >> you guys should be teaching those classes. >> i'm not allowed. >> how do you talk about this with children, especially young children? the images on tv, we're talking about the video game images, the images this week? it's been disturbing. but you got to be very clear with young people that you know what, this comes to what you always say, we have to stand up and advertise american virtue, american values, american principles. and be proud americans. one more thing up next. you owned your car for four years.
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fox news alert, we've just gotten word from the state department that a u.s. citizen was in fact killed in the attack on the hotel in mali. no further information available at this time so we're going to move on now to one more thing. and kg, you kick it off. >> i'm filling in tonight for greta. we're going to go on the record with an exclusive with donald trump joining me at the top. you don't want to miss it and here's a little taste. >> i want database for the syrian refugees that obama is going to let them, if they come in they've started coming in kimberly, which is absolutely ridiculous, i think it's a trojan horse and plenty of problems are going to be caused. >> all right. this you go. you don't want to miss it fantastic interview. join me in about an hour. >> must-see tv. greg, you're up? >> what term did they use before there was a trojan horse? >> i don't know.
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>> time for -- greg's travel tips. the worst part of travel isn't really the traveling, it's waiting in line. like these cats here. see look how patient these cats are this somehow you must think when you are in line. just relax. pretend you're a cat waiting to be pet the and then -- miraculously, the line will move and you will be well taken care of. by a man with a brush. and while you're watching this, let me remind to you watch my show sunday night at 10:00 p.m. i'll have ambassador bolton on and senator graham and gavin mcginness and other stuff. >> cool. >> was that the tsa line? >> i think those cats were medicated. >> that's what i think. something call peta. >> all right. tonight after kimberly's interview with donald trump, stay on fox, i'll be hosting the "o'reilly factor." we started inside the mind of isis. we'll go inside the strategy to beat isis, the refugee crisis
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and which candidates are going to keep us safe? because ultimately that is what should be job number one for potus. we'll figure out which one on the right will be best for that. megan, you're up? >> my one more thing came on my facebook page. special education teacher chris omir begins each day at keystone academy in jacksonville, florida, by complimenting each of his special needs students for ten minutes. >> you're an amazing student. >> gentlemen. >> i love having you in my class. >> yes. >> i think you're very funny. >> yes. >> i think you're amazing. >> yes. >> i think you are brilliant. >> yes. >> i think everyone in here loves you. >> yes. >> great job. >> chris olmert is trying to build confidence and self-esteem for his young students. he has a book project called special books by special kids. cartoons and stories that the students have written and put together with their families. can you donate at the gofund me site. i think people like that work
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with special needs students are fantastic. >> and the building confidence translates to academic success. >> that was very nice. i thing i worry about is greg gutfeld sitting at this table and i can hear him saying why is he giving those kids any positive -- what's going on in this country? here we go -- >> don't go off-script. >> astronaut scott kelly broke the record for most time in space. he's going to spend a year there. but sunday night and then thursday morning he tweeted out pictures of the horizon from the space shuttle. and guess what, there was an object at the top right in both pictures, and it may be a reflection. but a lot of people are saying -- it's evidence of extra-terrestrial life. aliens. and ufos. >> you spend more time in space than anybody. >> it could be. >> and he's spaced out. >> are you buying this stuff? >> doesn't this explain a lot? >> in other words, you are a denier.
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but it won't work, brother it won't work. i'm glad that scott kelly, we think the world of you. thank you for sending us this picture. >> and the globe is getting warmer. >> "special report," next. islamic terrorists on the move. a new group storms a mali hotel, killing more than two dozen people, including at least one american. this is "special report." good evening, welcome to washington, i'm brett baier, for the second consecutive friday, we begin with a brutal attack by radical islamic terrorists. this time, the target? a luxury hotel in bamako, mali. at one point there were almost 200 hostages, including americans. and we have just learned from the state department one american is among the dead. at this hour in mali, the situation appears under control as the investigation


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