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11:o01 each night. see you 7 p.m. eastern. up next the o'reilly factor. good night. it's great to be back in the u.s.a. see you tomorrow night. the o'reilly factor is on tonight. >> i want surveillance of these people. i want surveillance if we have to and i don't care. i want surveillance is of certain mosques okay? >> tough talking on terrorism by donald trump has made his poll numbers go up. tonight, mr. trump will be here. >> isis is no more islamic than the nazi senior staff was christian. i am more fearful of large gatherings of young white men that come in to schools. >> some on the left trying to play down the terror threat. we'll take a hard look at that situation. also ahead watters world the thanksgiving edition. >> why did the first
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thanksgiving take place? >> the birth of christ, i guess. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. kykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykyks u7 kykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykykuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu"ifç
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43% of americans are okay with admitting those refugees. now, the reason most americans do not want to accept muslim refugees is not based on ethnicity or religion. it is based on security. the cold truth is, the majority of americans have no confidence at all. that the obama administration can protect them from harm. that's the crux of the matter. that president obama and the democratic party are so liberal, so frightened and so chaotic they cannot provide security for we, the people. talking points believes the majority of americans firmly believe that and my opinion is based on fact. the southern border of the united states is still insecure. according to a border patrol will statistic nearly 5,000 unaccompanied children were apprehended in october alone trying to cross the border illegally in the first half of november, 3,000 more were caught. that is a record number for that period of time. again, highlights the fact that the southern border remains porous. so after seven years the
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obama administration has not been able to secure the southern border, despite the deadly terror threat facing america. want more? here we go. according to a document obtained by the center for immigration studies the department of homeland security freed 36,000 convicted criminal aliens in the year 2013, among those 36,000 freed, 193 had homicide convictions. , 426 sexual assault convictions. 1075 aggravated assault convictions. more than 9,000 convicted of dealing dangerous drugs. all tolled, the 36,000 criminal aliens freed by ice had 88,000 criminal convictions in the u.s.a. 8 8,000. and they let them go. that's simply disgraceful. a danger to all of us. and is directly on the president of the united states who could not care less.
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instead, barack obama chastises the republican party and others who oppose allowing syrian refugees into the country. >> apparently they are scared of widows and orphans coming into the united states of america as part of our tradition of compassion. now, first they were worried about the press being too tough on them during debates, now they are worried about 3-year-old orphans. that doesn't sound very tough to me. >> what president obama does not understand is that he has lost all credibility in matters of security. allowing 10,000 syrians into america would not edge danger us endanger us any more than we are already endangered the bad guys are already here. waiting to do their damage. so thousand syrians languishing in refugee camps overseas not really the issue. the signal being sent to the president is we don't trust you.
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to protect us. so no more generosity to overseas visitors. that's the deal. talking points would allow certain syrian refugees would-to-come here but i'm certainly appalled by what is happening in washington. the democratic party completely ineffective in fighting terrorism. >> we are prepared to defeat isis by any definition. the president has inwith more than 65 other countries to defeat isis. the president knows better than any of us the threat that they pose to security of the world and to the american people. so i have confidence and in the president's take on what is out there. >> congresswoman pelosi is an intellectual zombie. no sane person, no sane person could think america's policy towards isis has been
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effective. no sane person could put forth that 65 countries are united to defeat isis it is a myth a dangerous deceit. that is what the leadership of the democratic party is saying. when you have a man like senate minority leader harry reid blocking a bill that would require a mandatory five year federal prison term for any convicted foreign aggravated felon who defies deportation gets sent away, comes back, when you have harry reid saying no to that law you have an arcky. the fact that barack ob and the democratic party won't support kate's law says it all. these people are not interested in protecting us from harm. the folks know it when asked in the fox poll to describe the obama administration's policy on isis, 65% say it's not aggressive enough. 26% about right 4% too aggressive. they all live with bernie sanders. therefore, you would think the republican party would
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be in a superior position to defeat hillary clinton in 2016. you would think. but republicans must convince the majority of americans, not people like themselves that they are reasonable and all of this talk about religion, christians versus muslim, registries all of that is counter productive for the g.o.p. what americans want is security not demonization. republican party should understand that liberals will attempt to paint them as extremists as sons of joseph mccarthy. and that kind of marginalization can work, especially in minority communities. so if the republicans want to win andív2w actually protect the country, they have to be very precise in their language very strong in saying exactly how they defeat isis. how they would secure the border. and how they would deal with the criminals. keep it simple. keep it clear. use the facts to promote your case. according to all the polls americans well understand
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how weak president obama is in foreign affairs. they know the u.s.a. is no longer considered an effective force against evil. the folks get it yet many still fear the other side, the republican side. and if the g.o.p. candidates do not allay some of those fears, hillary clinton and her party will be very happy come election day. that's the memo. next on the rundown, donald trump, we have got plenty of questions for him. and later krauthammer on racial politics. also, watters world the thanksgiving edition. the factor is coming right back. alka-seltzer plus severe sinus congestion and cough liquid gels rush relief to your tough symptoms. [deep breath] to put you back in control. [doorbell] coming! alka-seltzer plus sinus.
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>> well, it's very simple. when they come in from syria, guest of president obama, we shouldn't be taking any because we have no idea where they come from who they are. they have no paperwork. there is no way of moving that their paperwork is correct. when they come in from syria. i want them to be registered. they have to be registered. we have owatch them because we just don't know who they are. we don't know where they come from. we don't know if they are isis is and we don't know if they have evil intentions. so i want them registered. >> all right. but they will be if they get pa" uuuuuuuuuu#x;÷,wuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu.brz6 quuuuuuuuuuuuuuu4ur [ íe/m k99uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuy-yw ]íp u% f=k7@t 1200
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you mean children like we took in boston the two brothers that did so much damage during the boston marathon. they were very young when they came here and you saw what happened to them. radicalized. >> all the terrorism that took place in charleston was homegrown. you are never going to have a guarantee. you want to put a face on the republican party that you are not just mean guys and that's what the
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democrats are trying to do to you. >> hey bill. i would do something much different, much different. i would do a free zone, safe zone in syria. i would get other people in other countries to supportc >> who would do that. >> well, like the gulf states. you have got to get them to put up because they are putting up nothing. the gulf states have money. they areégí2ç)ñd1
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. >> are you aware that the liberal media and the democratic party in general trying to paint you as a racist? are you aware of that? >> i think so. but i think people know better than that. i'm probably the least racist person on earth. >> i have known you a long time. >> i think people know better than that. >> i never saw any racism from you. however, when you tweet out a thing and this bothered
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me i have got to tell you. you tweeted out that whites killed by blacks, these are statistics you picked up somewhere at a rate of 81%. and that's totally wrong whites killed by blacks is 15%. you tweeted it was 81%. >> bill, i didn't tweet. i retweeted somebody who was supposedly an expert and also a radio show. >> why do you want to be in that zone? >> bill, am i going to check every statistic? i get millions and millions of people. >> you have got to. you are a presidential contender you have got to check it. >> you know what, fine, this came out of radio shows and everything else. >> come on, radio shows? >> all it was a retweet. it didn't come from me. it came out of radio places. >> you know i'm looking out for you. you know that i look out for every honest politician, i don't care what party they are in. don't do. this don't put your name on stuff like this.
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because it makes the other side. it gives them stuff to tell the ill informed voter that you are a racist. i mean, you just handed them a platter. >> this was a re-tweet. bill, i'm sure you are looking out for me. everybody is, right? this was a re-tweet. >> whatever it is. i told you shouldn't tweet ever. you shouldn't be tweeting. don't tweet. give it up for lent. lent is coming soon. >> okay. >> give it up. final question. >> i like it. can i tell you what? i like it because i can get also my point of view out there. my point of view is important to a lot of people that are looking at me. as far as what they have done in terms of me, you just had -- wait a minute. you just had a poll and going even against hillary i win easily. i think you can see that it was in a fox poll that came out. >> your favorite guy, karl rove has that poll two se i don't know yeah, it's two segments away and we have all the numbers.
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final question,. >> well, let me just say something. wait a minute, let me just say something. karl rove spent over $400 million trying to win races for the republicans. $400 million. he didn't win a race. karl rove shouldn't even be on your program. >> why don't you win him over? >> i don't want to win him. i fought for so many people and lost every sing going one. i don't have to win him over. not after what he says about me. is he totally biased. he shouldn't be on your show frankly. >> poll numbers. they can't be biased because they are straight numbers. >> who is leading in the polls? >> you are. >> bill, who is leading in the poll? >> you are. you. >> all right. i think karl rove thinks mitt romney is still leading in the poll. i am leading that's true. >> you are leading in the poll. >> good. >> you also have a book out. >> explain that to karl rove. >> crippled america right? it's doing pretty well, the book? >> doing well, crippled america. >> anything else you want me to to do? >> no, just be fair.
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>> just be fair. >> all i ask is mr. fairness, you are looking at him right here. >> okay. >> we always appreciate you coming on, donald. >> thank you very much. >> directly ahead, charles krauthammer on how the left is trying to diminish the terror threat. later, watters thanksgiving and what we know about it up ahead. nexium can take 24 hours. when heartburn strikes, take zantac for faster relief than nexium or your money back. take the zantac it challenge.
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unresolved problem segment tonight, evaluating the terror threats. obviously conservatives want the threat confronted in a strong way. some on the left see it differently. >> isis is no more islamic than the nazi senior staff was christian. and so we have got to differentiate between those. i am more fearful of large
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gatherings of young white men that come in to schools theaters and shoot people up but we don't isolate young white men on this issue. >> i don't think there have ever been large issues of large white men shooting up a theater that i can remember. it's usually one or two. joining us now from washington charles krauthammer who tonight is singing with tony bennett and lady gaga and that's why is he is dressed up in the tux. >> no, no, no. you have got it wrong bill. >> i do? >> after five years on your show i thought i should class it up a little bit. >> somebody has to. >> do you understand this diminishing of the muslim threat thing? i never have understood this and i think most of the folks don't understand it as well. what is this all about? >> look, there is the benign situation particularly when you apply it to the president and hillary clinton. then there is not the so benign one. the benign one is they don't want to it an doggone nice muslims by using the word islam. it's idiotic.
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if you say radical islam remember the democratic debates, they were all -- it was radical islam. and all said we are not at war with islam. we are not at war with all muslims. when that's not the question. this is obviously a strain of islam. we're at war with the west and we ought to recognize that let's say the most benign explanation not a credible one but benign is i don't want the muslims in the world to think that we'reh8ñ anti-islamic. the explanation that is a lot more troubling somehow they think we in the west avoid the use of islam that we had it coming. remember kerry said just last week. he said, you know, i don't really understand the shooting in paris but, you know, you can get your arms around. you can can understand the legitimacy or the rationale of the shooting up of charlie hebdo meaning if you draw a cartoon that some
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muslims are offended by the rationale is you go out and shoot people in a room. this, i think stems from what gene kirkpatrick called in 1984 the blame america first democrat. >> we saw that in the benghazi attack when they wanted to blamed the video on inciting the riots and all of that i do believe it is a strain of anti-americanism from the nome chomsky school, the far, far left school that, hey, now it's our turn. it's the chickens come home from roost reverend wright school. that's an interesting point. president obama, he is now instead of just looking weak on isis, he is now blaming the press, roll the tape. >> one of the things that has to happen is how we report on this has to maintain perspective and
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not, you know, impower in any way these terrorist organizations or elevate them in ways that make it easier for them to recruit or make them stronger. >> so, therefore we should just play down these stories. really come on. what do you say? >> he hit the barrel of the the -- he hit the bottom of the barrel. he is so exposed and naked on the world stage. his strategy is so recognized everywhere left and right democrat, republican as a bankrupt one. he is seen as so weak, so inviting this kind of attack on the west that what's he got left to say to pretend we are winning the war? of course we are not. even leon panetta his own secretary of defense is saying that even dianne feinstein the leading democrat on the senate intelligence committee they all know. everybody knows so what's he got to say all he can say is
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the press is playing it up too much. as if you can play up too much the murder of 130 innocent people in six different venues in the heart of a european capital. as if you can explain away by blaming the press attacks all over the world in mali, in beirut, in paris. look at the panic brussels is now shut down. >> i know. >> just by the threat. what can he say? he has been in charge for seven years. >> you can't overdo the reportage, charles. he we are empowering isis if we do that. all right charles. have fun wherever you are going. give everybody my best. >> my pleasure. >> plenty more as the factor moves along this evening. new poll americans ages 18 to 24 want to restrict freedom of speech. kind of shocking. watters world takes on thanksgiving. >> what country were pilgrims from? >> south america. i don't know. >> we hope you stay tuned to those reports.
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matchup marco rubio defeats hillary clinton 15 to 42. jeb bush beats her 545 39. ben carson wins 47-42 donald trump beats 46% 41. you keep saying it's early. it's almost december now. votes being counted in february right? >> yeah. >> it's not that early. >>. no but remember. >> do you extrapolate anything meaningful from this poll? >> one thing since paris times have not been good to ben carson who dropped five. >> he has been -- we had him on last week. >> we dropped we had four candidates drop 10 points and he dropped half of that. we had those 10 points go to five other candidates. what's interesting is the two who moved the most were cruz and rubio who obviously we said before and as you said before, donald trump was in first place. >> okay. but the reason carson dropped was he didn't come across as having a grasp of
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how you defeat the terror threat. that's what americans, as i said in the talking points. you must be amazed day in and day out how much wis i impart in a short period of time on this program i know you appreciate that. >> it's overwhelming. >> americans now want security. they want a good economy and any want security. >> and they want to know what it is. i think you made a very good point earlier. right now the initial reaction to this is who is strong and who sees a challenge. but as time goes on and this is why carson has had such difficulty. he better be precise. he better be detailed. it has to pass the smell test with voters that, you no know, simply shouting about it and saying here is what i'm going to do isn't going to matter unless you frame it up. >> i don't know whether you are incivilianiating trump does that or not but he has maintained trump, a very, very core firm constituency that's loyal to him because they believe and i'm speaking in general terms but i know this is right. trump is a guy who means what he says. it might be general but he
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means it. >> they don't care that several weeks ago he said in essence this isn't our problem let the russians do it. when he says we are going to bomb the explicative out of them. it's what he says in the current that matters to them. over time he has not shown the ability to continue to grow that. he was in the low 30's. he dropped down into the mid 20's. he is now going back up to the high 20's in this poll. there is not a lot of ability to move oition that group. in order to do what he needs to do, i think he needs to be listening to what you have said in that opening which is be precise andb0 be careful about these things like retweeting somebody's goofy statistics. >> and i don't want people to think that i'm favoring donald trump even though i know him. i would say that to any candidate including hillary clinton, including bernie sanders. don't do dumb stuff and retweeting stuff you haven't checked out isn't that smart. let's be precise here. donald trump is in a position to win iowa and to
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win new hampshire and to win south carolina. i'm certainly not going to be surprised if he wins those three. so, you know, he is a contender. >> yeah, sure is he a contender. he is in first place. the question is, over the long hall, can can he he consolidate. >> you pick up momentum. if you win the first three you win mow then tum. >> we win iowa we win new hampshire. á"tir:jr)j we. >> george bush in 2000. think about who was won iowa and gone on to win new hampshire. >> iowa i would siege you but i think if trump wins three in a row. >> he has won new hampshire and gone on. >> franklin pierce. >> one thing point of personal privilege, had you had him on. he said some ugly things about me, line. >> who? >> donald trump. >> he is the deal. let's be clear about this. where he comes up with $480 million and never won a single race is beyond me. american crossroads has not raised $480 million in the six years of its existence. talk about losing every
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race you go talk to the 10 republican senators who we backed last year, new republican senators from soleman who you name it, we were there in colorado, in iowa in montana and so forth. why he says we haven't won a single race is beyond me. >> why do you care? he doesn't like you because you criticize him. >> i want to set the record straight. >> i do, too. you have a book out "the triumph of william mckinley" i'm reading that book and i am learning a bunch of stuff i had no idea. you might want to check that out. >> full of sex violence, back stabbing, betrayal and cool nicknames. >> all that stuff on a every day basis. >> exactly. >> when we come right back, many americans want to restrict freedom of speech. wait until you hear this. colossal news about killing patton. you will want to hear this as well moments away.
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whopping 40% say yes the feds should be able to restrict freedom of speech. by comparison baby boomers just 24% say yes 71% say no. what's going on. anchor on the fox business network and from washington juan williams. juan, had you your little freedom of speech deal with npr. you actually wrote a book on it as well. do you understand why the why the minutes wanting to restrict speech??cl >> well, i don't believe in cod ling people who are idiotic. let me say this to you bill. i think; more diverse society. there are are many more people different races ethnic groups, et cetera, on these college campuses. i think they know people who may be offended by kind of, you know, very aggressive or what we might think of as funny or even just a little
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insensitive speech and so they are more highly, you know accultureated not hurting their friends or create division among them while people of my age group are much more use to whom who he emergency -- something in the younger generation i believe it's -- well, you go ahead trish. >> i think it's how they are raised. their parents came from a generation that went through race riots and vietnam. consequently their parent's generation became that much more politically correct. and they raise their children to be politically correct. >> the boomers, you know, in a lot of these kids are descended on the boomers they want the freedom of speech. i just think live -- these people live in a bubble millennials live in a bubble on internet and only talk to
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people who feel the way they do. >> and get trophies for losing a race the way they are raised in school even. >> anybody who doesn't see it the way they are do they are demonized like o'reilly is he terrible. do you watch the show? no. that kind of thing. they live in a very narrow world. >> it's a narrow world where they have been brought up around political correctness both in terms of what their parents brought to them and even to school and going off to universities. universities are extremely liberal. the faculties are extremely liberal and not tolerated. that's the problem. they have got to think about this because obviously the consequences of that are very dangerous. >> juan, i think this is a form of fascism growing fascism, don't want freedom of speech and freedom of expression and they will define what'sñl offensive speech juan. not like a book that defines that they will define it so that scechs all speech. >> see i think something you said is right on target. these folks live in a very niche narrow world where they talk to people of like
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mind and when you talk about something like debate, criticism, critical thinking about, gee why are you so deeply offended by that halloween costume? it strikes them as threatening i think they do live in a more diverse society where they go to college or not. they are thin-skinned antiintellectual on some level because they don't want to hear people who disagree with them. i think they don't walsh you. it's crazy. they want to condemn. >> i frighten them because they can't answer the questions that i ask. you know, now we are in a point, trish, and i will let you wrap it up if you wear a mexican sombrero on halloween you are a racist. >> reaching a tipping point for sure. you are seeing this reflected in the election right now. people -- >> you know, i went this halloween as dracula all the romanians are going hey what's the matter with you? >> scared the children. >> the mountains are writing me hate mail. thank you very much. i appreciate it watters on deck. his world exams the
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back of the book segment tonight, watters world, the thanksgiving edition. out on rhode island there is a restoration of a a colonial village. we sent watters out to there to ask about thanksgiving. he returned with some very interesting things producer rob monoco to work with. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what does thanksgiving mean to you? >> giving thankfulness. >> sort of like boil it down to single answer. >> don't overthink this. >> does it ever get
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contentious around the dinner table at thanksgiving. >> yeah. when she drinks too much. [ laughter ] ♪ i'm going to go down to the river >> on the first thanksgiving what do you think they had on their menu? >> maybe soup. >> no soup for you. >> veggies and meats. >> he is the)z one i'm going to get you the cheeseburger from. >> bread something like that. [bell] >> like the -- [ buzzer ] >> were they italian also? >> do about the restaurant business nothing. >> i know they eat buffalo. [ buzzer ] >> buffalo burgers. >> fire water. >> hard to say. >> maybe some lobsters. >> turkeys? [ buzzer ] >> hush puppies boiled and friday. >> how did they fry it. [crickets chirping] >> was there any entertainment at the first thanksgiving? >> no. they didn't do for fun back then. who ate together at the
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first thanksgiving. >> i don't know maybe some presidents. >> i don't even know what you are talking about anymore. >> who else did the pilgrims eat with. >> settlers. [ buzzer ] >> the pilgrims were the settlers. >> around what year was the >> the settlers? >> the pilgrims were the settlers. >> what year was the first thanksgiving? >> in 1492 columbus sailed the ocean blue. >> that is so wrong. >> what year around was the first thanksgiving? >> 1600s. 1500stness? >> no that was a high five. >> where did the pilgrims land? >> the east coast. >> plymouth -- >> plymouth rock. >> what country did they come there? >> asia. >> south america. i don't know. we look like idiots right now.
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>> what was the boats that they came in on? >> i want to say the uss -- >> nerd alert. >> the pinta. >> pinto. >> pinto? >> yeah. >> oh, wow. yeah. >> how much time is the jeopardy song? >> the may -- >> the may flower and the santa maria. >> may flower. >> very good. why did the pilgrims come here? >> i want to get this town on a tape recorder because nobody is going to believe me. >> fleeing religious persecution. >> excellent. do you know why they came to america? >> they blame it on columbus, don't they? ♪ >> do you guys got to go? >> i'm walking here. >> do you know who i sandstorm >> no.
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>> i'm waters. and this is my world right here. you guys ever watch "waters world?" >> uh-huh. your show is coming? >> it was last night. >> would you ever have me over for thanksgiving? >> just no more questions. >> hi mr. o'reilly come to long island. >> he lives here. >> if you move in any closer you're going to be charged with assault. >> i know. i always do that with people smaller than i am. >> so thanksgiving it might have been too hard. the curriculum might be too hard. >> people confuse columbus with the pilgrims. but we have a list of the things they ate. goose, duck swan eels and gooseberries. and they had beer. >> but not too many of them drank the beer because they were puritans. >> they gave it to the indians.
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>> to get them drunk. do you know who squanto was? >> the indian emissary. >> okay. he was the diplomat. he was the kind of jessie watte waters of the first thanksgiving bringing them together and then mocking them when they didn't know. but thanksgiving is for every kid. >> over their heads. >> it's just not happening. we are a very special "waters world" a week from today that you'll want to see, because it's guarantied to be hilarious. >> yes, it will be. >> and congratulations on your special. >> thank you very much. >> ratings not in yet. >> yeah, we could be a flop. >> "factor tip of the day," while exploring in the caribbean, i discovered something interesting. "the tip" moments away. nexium 24hr is the new #1 selling frequent heartburn brand in america.
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"factor tip of the day," a xwris xwrisly -- grisly discovery i knead in the caribbean. but tomorrow a movie based on my book "killing patton" will be aired. it's the story about the great world war ii general. screen writer tony peckham will be penning the script for scot-free productions. as you may know national geographic will also air "killing reagan" at the end of 2016. all the "killing books" make great christmas and hanukkah books. so hope you check them out. we've got two movies in the pipeline now. and the mail.
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>>ky tell you from personal experience bernadine, the president does help wounded vets. he does. >> we know because our books are so successful the jealousy factor is over the top. we know that. snooty writers look down and
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crazed idealogical zell lots will always surface. "killing jesus" got hammered because we didn't dole with the resurrection. some scorned us for not visiting heavy. the point is every successful project will be cheap shotted or ignored by those who have agendas and marty dugard the best researcher in the world, knows that. the "factor tip of the day." from time to time i have to clear my head. a good place to do that is in the bahamas. while i was there a few days ago, my crew made a grisly discovery on a deserted island. you may know the cargo ship sunk on october 1. that happened about 60 miles from where i was. debris continues to wash up and we found this container of candy from the ship's store. 33 crew members went down with the ship. any way, any time i go to the
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bahamas, interesting things happen. if you go there, look up captain ray lightborn. he's the best guy there on the water. my stay there was excellent. here's the "factor tip of the day." it's caribbean that's how you say it. and that is it for us tonight. check out the fox news "factor" website. and we would like you to spout off about the "factor" anywhere in the world. name a town if you wish to opine. word of the day, we would like you to be waggish. when writing to "the factor." again, thanks for watching tonight. ms. megyn is up next. i'm bill o'reilly. please always remember the spin stops right here because we are definitely looking out for you.
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breaking tonight, a new warning for americans as we head into the holiday season as the state department now issues a global travel alert, urging all americans to use caution, avoid large crowds and to be particularly careful at holiday festivals and events. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly on assignment tonight in washington, d.c. these alerts are usually issued when there is a higher threat level and specifically refer to overseas travel. however, there have not been many of these over the past few years. right now, it would seem that authorities believe the likelihood of terror attacks will continue. this follows the devastating attacks on paris that claimed 130 lives. at this hour


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