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also ahead, a lively interview with donald trump who remains the front runner. >> are you going to have asassins running around? >> caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching tonight. more americans die at the hands of muslim extremists. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the death toll remains at 14, 21 wounded after two muslim extremists attacked a public facility in san bernardino county yesterday. 28-year-old syed farood and his 27-year-old wife left their 6-month-old daughter with a
relative and embarked on a day of murder. farook worked for the county and attended a holiday luncheon at the inland regional center. he left the celebration, returned with his wife, brandishing some automatic weapons, police traced the xupel to a home in redlands where a car chase began. it ended with marook and malik being shot and deceased. authorities say farook and malik rented a home where they made bombs and accumulated weapons. a number of connections say he had an isis connection and that makes sense because you don't have a house full of bombs unless you have terror on the
mind. isis calling the killers, quote, lions. now we have another terrorist attack generated by islamic fanatics. one here, another a pakistani. the damage caused spreads beyond the dead and wounded. good american muslims are devastated. talk to the doctor in chicago. solid citizen. family here more than a century. his wife and children feel branded because of the terror in the name of allah. there are millions of good muslims around the world being battered by these isis killers, and their followers. there are political implications which we'll examine. the terror spotlight is on president obama who has been soft on fighting the jihads. now, as angered many americans almost beyond description. that is the memo.
now, last night as we were reporting the breaking news from california, the factor was the first news operation in the world to identify the primary killer. >> the main farook syed came out as the suspect that went into this meeting/holiday party, left angrily. they believe came back and initiated the shooting. >> once again, joining from washington, jim hanson. congratulations on the breaking story. what can you tell me that is new this evening? . >> i think the fact the police and fbi are now announcing that they found jihadist materials, that there was an online presence of jihadists with ties to isis, removes any doubt that this was a terrorist attack and a jihadist and his wife who committed it. now, i think the thing to pay attention to, you mentioned isis
and fanatical followers -- more than one third supported violence in the name of jihad. that is half a billion muslims world wide who do not besmirch themselves by ignoring it. >> okay. mr. co hen, this reminds me of the boston marathon bomber situation. you have two people, and the jahar tsarnaev brothers up there. they radicalized themselves and kill and maim. no reason to do it, they just feel compelled to do it. am i missing something here? >> i think there is a connection to be able to out acts of
terror for people suffering from low self esteem with wanting to connect with isis. look at the tactical foot print here, bill. there are similarities between the equipment stockpiled which investigators found once making enry into the home and what we su at fort hood, multiple weapons. the fact there was preemptive planning involved, and most common thread for me, the tactical foot print on this one, and also the same with the bombers in boston, is the level of aggression that we're seeing with these would be terrorists. >> i mean this psychopath, psychopaths, they hate us. and doesn't matter who us is. you can be a child, a woman, a man, it doesn't matter what color you are, or religion.
they're just blasting away. so mr. hanson, i don't know if any free society can stop that. do you? >> i think you have to look at the fact they're not just sociopaths or psychopaths. they do have an animating ideology that is jihad. it is purse unite of sharia, furthering the goal of isis. isis has an intercontinental kalifet. they believe they need to kill infidels to further that cause. >> isis is their central command and here they are. but you're dealing with a free society that allows people to come and go. and you know, again, these people, it's always the same story, mr. co hen. and you're out in l.a. we never -- how could this happen? the imam saying we never saw this. the guy's brother-in-law can't believe it. it's the same. always the same stuff. it just seems to me that we're
in a war, we're not really fighting it. if we fought it, i don't think it stops this stuff, totally. you can't. >> well, there is no such thing as total safety, but in israel we've learned we can get to a high degree of safety as long as the safety protocols are looked at realistically. i know that is a subjective term, it's very israely , but at the end of the day if you don't take a defensive post you're, and relying on the behavioral profiling and intelligence sharing which we're not great at. that means egos need to come down and intel to be able to accumulate and deploy it, realtime. and then, being able to go after these threats aggressively as a special operations force. if you don't do it the way we
know it works in israel in the end, you're going to fail. >> this war is now defined for all americans except president obama. he's not leading. i don't expect him to lead. the folks are furious. and the other thing is that we're going to learn over the next day or two whether this guy was on a terror watch list, this farook and his wife. with all of the social media links to isis and stuff they've found there has to be a link. then, you're going to see hell to pay if they knew about it. gentlemen, you stand by and we'll bring you back in a couple days. >> next on the run down, isis people are here in america, as you know. we're going to tell you precisely what we know about that. and we'll talk to dana perino and we'll talk to donald trump.
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who lived in new york city. we knew that suicide bombers were going from one town in libya into iraq in 2003. so we wanted to know in a more gran yu lar fashion who was in new york city. perfectly legal. they gave us information, told us where the chechen community was. the boston marathon bombers were coming to new york. we knew, and they were chechens. so that is the information that is helpful. >> so you call this a demographic unit. >> right. >> this is compiling information about where certainly groups of people were living. >> right. >> right. >> in public. and police officers enclosed, some had language skills, went
out and spoke to people in the community. >> what is going on. anyone knew in town? that sort of thing. we did hear there were nypd under covers that went into mosques. there are a few we've ided and you sent in people to find out what is going on. is that true sf. >> to follow leads. we go where those leads would take us. if to a mosque, fine. if it took us to st. patrick's cathedral, we'd go there. so you can't have a refuge. >> you did send under covers in. >> we had reasonable cause to do so. >> precise lie right. >> was that helpful? did you get information? >> we have 16 clubs against new york city. none succeeded on the bloomberg watch. so yes. it was part of a major -- >> so i just want to be clear.
you disrupted 16 clubs by policing in this manner. demographically, going where you thought trouble might occur. you disrupted 16. >> it's important to know. and so the mayor says no. no. this is profiling and we're not going to do this anymore. and what is your response? >> it was legal. we changed the name to the area assessment unit. >> area assessment unit? >> right. >> so from demographic squad to area assessment unit? >> yes. >> but that is not good enough. he says i don't want any guys -- you're not allowed to chase them around? >> this gave a front page story in the "new york times." >> which is what he wanted.
>> do you think anything is going to change now? and this guy is going to be linked to isis? he's just a regular guy with a baby and a wife. do you think deblasio is going to wise up? >> i don't know. we'll see. >> i'm talking about the political mind set. it's going to change you'll see. new york is the number one target in america. and we see in a city like san bernardino, this guy. >> this guy was there, willing and able and planned it and going to do it. >> thank you. >> commissioner, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> ahead, dana perino on how the killings will affect the republican candidates and a
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tonight the mass killings in san bernardino are an embarrassment to president obama. >> isis is a dangerous organization like al qaeda was but we have hardened our defenses, and front lines have never been more protected by more effective intelligence and law enforcement professionals at every level than they are now. >> so that is this morning after
the terrorist attack. isis not an threat, and you know, first, it's gun control, then, you know what? it's testy but our security apparatus has it under control. >> i understand the president's desire to reassure americans the government is on top of things but he doesn't seem to health a little bit. we've known the terrorists have been right once and we have to be right 100% of the time. if we don't have intelligence to undermine plots we can't help the police to prevent them. >> i told the guys before you, you're never going to stop it all. >> no.
>> it's a free society. you're going to take your blows but this president will note acknowledge that this is a war. >> i agree. >> he's aided and abetted by the press. listen to this cnn sound byte. >> this takes on a planned attack with multiple people that don't like the government. and that sounds more like some type of militia group. >> that is before they knew, and we broke the story that it was an islamist. this guy just pulled this out of the sky. nothing, 0 but that is his watch. >> the first thought is that it's never terrorism. and it's clarifying to me talking about good versus evil. it's not out of the realm of
possibility that there are other folks out there. >> they wanted it to be that. >> now, the government is reluctant to call it terrorism. >> we're getting a decent amount of information. we're getting the profile. there is no doubt he's an alarmist. >> so is his wife. and they're there, and have bombs in the house, nobody knows. come on. nobody knows? nobody knows? i don't believe that for a second. >> they'll probably find out there are more. the president wants to stick by the comments that. >> now, who do you think benefits politically from the increased concern about terrorism? >> well, i think, i'm reluctant to say any tragedy would help someone politically. >> in general. >> i have to say that chris christie could be one of the people on the stage that says i've been there. i understand terrorism. i prosecuted it. and so, because he's been
hanging on, and he's heading into a debate in a couple weeks if anyone were able to say i have experience to deal with this war, it might be chris christie. >> plenty more ahead, donald trump, did he gain from the terrorist attacks? we have a very spirited interview with him, coming up. and newt gingrich will analyze what mr. trump says and talk about whether mr. obama will ever change war on terrorism strategy. we hope you'll stay tuned for the reports. weather. don't let it conquer you. with the capability and adaptability of lexus all-weather drive. this is the pursuit of perfection. after a dvt blood clot.mind when i got out of the hospital what about my family? my li'l buddy? and what if this happened again? i was given warfarin in the hospital
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campaign 2016, we conducted an interview with donald trump before the terrorist attack in california happened but many themes are relevant to the islamic terrorist situation. we begin with president obama traveling to paris this week for the global warming conference. >> let's talk about the policy. what did you think of the global warming summit in paris this week? >> i think it's ridiculous. we have bigger problems now. to have the president be there for an extended period of time talking about global warming being the biggest problem facing this country is insane. he ought to get back to work and solve the isis problems and problem was russia and iran. if they spent as much time working on the iran deal, this transaction where we're giving
away $150 billion and could lead to nuclear proliferation, he ought to get back here and go back to work. >> do you believe in global warming and climate change? do you think the world is going to change for the worse because it's getting warmer? . >> i think there will be little change here, it will go up, get cooler and warmer like it has for millions of years. it will get cooler, warmer, it's called weather. i do believe in clean. a lot of people don't know this. i received many environmental awards, many, many environmental awards for the work i do. and i believe strongly in clean water and clean air. but i don't believe that what they say, i think it's a big scam for a lot of people to make a lot of money. and in the meantime, china is eating our lunch because they don't partake in all of the rules and regulations that we do, they're buying our coal, we're not using our coal, they're using it and compete because they're spending less money to build products and make
their products so i am a believer in clean air and clean water at the highest level. >> if you were president would you invest money into alternative energy to get away from fossil fuels and limit coal emissions into the air? >> i want to get away from the middle east. i want to get away from the monopoly they once had and still have to an extent. i want to be self sufficient to the country. now, due to new techniques it turns out we have a virtually unlimited supply of oil under our feet due to fracking and techniques that are new. i know a lot about wind. wind is destroying problems, one, it's killing birds and eagles and you see what's happening in california. if you shoot an eagle, a bald eagle in california they want to
put you in jail. and yet the wind mills are killing them by the hundreds. >> so not a fan of wind. >> i think it's fine in certain locations, i think it's fine. the problem is that it needs subsidy. it's fine in certain locations. >> would you invest government money in alternative fuels? would you do that? or just let it go? >> i would spend money on certain things. now, solar sounds better than it is. you know? you have a 36 year pay back. i want to go solar. i love the idea, then, i do the test and you bet your money back in 36 years. the panels destroy themselves after ten years. you know? you've got to make it economically viable, bill, right now, it's not economically viable. >> and if it were, someone would be marketing it, for sure. >> wonderful if you can do that. it has to be viable, yes. >> this morning on "fox and friends" you're talking about isis and said this. roll tape. >> we're fighting a politically
correct war. the other thing is with the terrorists you have to take out their families. you get terrorists have you to take out their families. they care about their lives, don't kid yourself. they say they don't care about but you have to take out their familys. >> what does that mean? you're going to have asassins roaming around? shooting families of the terrorists? >> when the world trade center came down, the people that knocked it down, the terrorists put their families on airplanes and sent them back home, mostly to saudi arabia, believe it or not. >> the bin laden, bush thing, yes. >> the bin laden disaster. >> would you have you killed bin laden's family? >> i would have done very great disruption. look. supposedly they don't care about their own lives. i disagree. >> you have to define take out their families. what does that mean? >> bill, bill, do you think the wives and families knew exactly what is going to happen with
september 11th? i do. i know they did. i do. i think they did. >> so you say take out? >> we have to do what israel is doing. >> what does take out mean? >> it means have you to wipe out their homes where they came from. you have to absolutely wipe them out. the only way you're going to stop terrorism. you have all of these cells. >> would you kill the family members of terrorists? would you have killed the bin laden family? >> i don't want to be so bold. i want to tell you they will suffer. they knew what is going on. if you look at what happened with the terrorists, those wives knew what's happening. the children, everybody knew. they put their wives and families on those planes. they went home and knew what is going to happen. >> how do you know they knew? >> because i know. because that is the way life is. because i'm a realist. that is the way life works. the wiveses knew. >> he had wives and relatives here, he's in afghanistan, hatching a plot.
i don't know if you can -- you know, i don't know. >> you can't really take them out. >> hey, bill? we have to be much tougher than we are. we're just not doing it right. we have to be much more vigilant and we have to be tougher. we can't allow this to happen. they take the wives and put them on planes and send them home. let's watch daddy on television knock down the world trade center. there has to be retribution. if there is no retribution, you're never going to stop terrorism. >> i asked mr. trump why he makes statements that get him into trouble. right back with you. during bass pro shops' holiday sale. ladies flannel shirts - 2 for $20. get a free $50 bass pro gift card with purchase of the go pro hero 4 video camera. plus check out basspro.com for daily deals and free shipping.
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cheering on the roof when they saw the planes slamming into the trade center. police were called to the building and found eight men celebrating. six tenants in the building. the fbi and other agencies that arrived and older investigators on the task force were called and the first world trade center attack led them to a man whose mosque lies between the two buildings getting attention today. >> now, i played that report for mr. trump yesterday, telling him we can find no other videotape jermaine to the issue. >> nobody will talk about thousands of people celebrating and we looked everywhere. it's just not there. but there were people celebrating. mayor rudy giuliani confirms in new york it happened. mr. guzman confirms in jersey, it happened. so does the jersey state police.
so you're wrong by saying thousands but it did happen. what say you? >> well, i don't know i'm wrong, bill, you know, this just came out, i mean, literally just came out. trump vindicated, 100%. this just, i mean just seeing it now. so i don't know that i'm wrong. there are a lot of people. you know, we don't have cell phones today with cameras on them. if we did, you'd see something different. you look at what happened a week ago with a soccer game. they had a minute of silence for the people that were just absolutely, horrible what happened in paris. and honoring those people a minute of silence and you heard shouts from the muslim world at the game that were horrendous. >> what country is that? do you remember? >> it was a different country. >> it was turkey.
>> there is tremendous hatred out there. >> people aren't acknowledging it. >> where you get into trouble with all due respect, of course is when you give a speech and say things like i saw thousands and there weren't thousands. >> you don't know that there weren't, bill. >> i was here. if there were thousands i would have been reporting. >> but they were swarming. bill? this article swarming all over the place. it means a lot of people. >> there were some people, not thousands. but i want to get at is this. >> bill, you don't know that. bill? you don't know that. >> i'm pretty confident. >> you're pretty sure. you don't know that. you know i'm always right. >> you know i'm always right so take it to the bank. >> okay. >> so you're in virginia and give a speech tonight, all right? do you have the speech printed out? or is it an ad lib speech? >> it would be easier to read
off of a teleprompter where our president does because he can't do anything else. i like to not do that. i have thousands of people. i like to -- you know why? it's more exciting. do you know the other thing about it? i can talk about things that took place two hours ago. i can talk about a soccer game if played an people were screaming horrible things and it took place an hour before i go up. and frankly it's more exciting to speak for the people, and for me. >> i understand that. >> you need extraordinary memory and lots of abibl to be able to speak in front of 20,000 people without a speech. >> and you have. >> i think it's much better. >> here is what happens. when sometimes you get up there you get over yi excited and say things as anyone would because the crowd is cheering and
everything is going wild, that you don't know to be true. but you blief to be true. but you don't know it. so that is the risk as a president, all right, when you're out there as a man who wants the most-powerful position in the world you have to kind of be careful in those speeches because that is what gets you in trouble. get my point? >> i would love to read speeches off of a teleprompter. it is so easy to do. i would love to read speeches, period. but you don't get the same excitement and feeling. i haven't made many mistakes. when i talked about illegal immigration, the world went crazy, and thought it was terrible. four weeks later i was number one in the polls because everyone realized i was right. it was about one week later. i was number one in the polls and now, i'm number one in every single poll, a big one is coming up, cnn tomorrow, i look forward
to that one. we're number one in every poll, including the fox poll. >> but i'm just saying -- >> and we beat hillary. we beat hillary. >> i'm sure she's thrilled with that. >> thrilled. >> with the responsibility that you're seeking comes personal responsibility. when you say something you've got to be pretty damn well sure it's accurate and not hyperbole. that is the point i'm trying to make and i'm sure you understand. >> i've had very few complaints, bill well. get the biggest crowds by many, many times and we get far bigger crowds than anyone else. >> we have a great, you know what? we have a great time with a tough subject. because there is not a lot of good news happening with the united states. you understand that. so we have a great time, as good a time with subject matter that is not so pleasant. >> always very fascinating to talk with you, donald,
appreciate it, thank you very much. >> in just a moment, newt gingrich will analyze whether mr. trump will gain from the california terrorist attacks. moments away. to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. this is called non-24. learn more by calling 844-824-2424. or visit your24info.com. put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes,
tonight how will the terrorist attacks influence the presidential elections? does mr. trump gain from the terrorist attack? >> i think he does because he increases the sense we need someone strong. people don't like being frightened or having a neighborhood shot up and the unknown blowing up around them. i think that trump responds to this desire for strength. >> does his tendency, and i'm
using a pun here, to shoot from the hip by saying he's going to take out the families of the terrorists, does that appeal to a certain group and alien yat more people than it appeals to? >> i think it weakens his candidacy. if you have trump without those occasional moments that don't make any sense, he would be enormously powerful. his counter to you and me is simple. he is the front runner and has been from the day he started. there is no sign he's weakening. i think the people who are sick and tired of washington being corrupt and incompetent want someone who is going to kick in the door. and they frankly don't care what he says in between. >> just a matter of how many people there are in that crew. whether numbers can sustain him winning a general election. >> and whether you can governor
as president. sooner or later he's going to have to give set speeches. >> he's gotten away with almost everything so far. so he doesn't see it that way. >> but he's a candidate right now. he'd rather be a showman than boring. >> president obama is a big loser here. your reaction after he heard the news from california shooting is gun control. the left desperately wanted it to be a domestic thing, not a -- and we saw that. they didn't want it to be islamic terrorism because that is their big weak point. right? >> absolutely. i think secretary clinton suffers the same problem. if the country has to choose in reality between terrorist control and gun control, they're going to choose terrorist control. we're going to learn here you are, two people, active muslims gone to saudi arabia, who were clearly committed.
someone says they have 15 pipe bombs this is not a work place violence. you don't have 15 pipe bombs, i think, in fact they planned to kill a lot more people than they did and we're just very fo fortunate they got them before they went on a killing spree. >> the poor people in san bernardino were not protected by anyone. and citizens are going to say you're going to take away my right to self protection? very tough sell. on the republican side there are a number of people like rand paul, and ted cruz, who say stay out. and don't be that aggressive. they have to get hurt, too. >> i watched this morning on "fox and friends". rand paul is now moving towards a -- >> too late. >> he wanted to say we're watching people move to reality.
you know? cruz is very tough and communicates toughness. i think the person who has the interesting challenge is jeb bush is a very good commercial running about being the long war and taking on isis. he needs to communicate more of the intensity you get out of trump. people don't want to feel you intellectually and emotionally and want to know you're committed. >> marco rubio has been moving up. does the terrorist attack influence them? >> makes it more challenging for dr. carson because he's very quiet. i think it gives rubio a chance to continue to be sort of the sophisticated foreign policy guy and he's very likable. >> mr. speaker, thank you. factor tip of the day, are you a game person?
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grandiloquent when writing to the factor. we're looking out for you. megy watching the kelly files. we are watching police from san bernardino, california bring us the latest. we have heard this officer here, mike madden, describe it as unspeakable carnage and we listen to what else he has to say. >> you know, just knowing, though, that yeah, we resolved that situation but there is so much tragedy that is left behind. there is so many families on this holiday season that now have to deal with the tragedy that were left behind by this senseless acts of violence. that's a little tough to deal with. >> you talk about the panic that you saw on people's