because interest rates are lower, and for 15 and 30-year mortgages, a lot lower. that will do it. see you back in new york. is hello, i'm dana perino, along with kimberly guilfoyle, geraldo rivera, eric bolling and greg gutfeld, it's 5:00 in new york city, kimberly has a buffet, and this is "the five." 4 . only 17 days until iowa and the gop presidential contenders ratcheted up their battle for the nomination last night in charleston. there's a ton to react to. let's begin with one of the most dramatic exchange of the night when ted cruz turns the tables on donald trump over the issue of his citizenship. >> the birther theorys that donald has been relying on, some of the more extreme ones insist that you must not only be born on u.s. soil, but have two parents born on u.s. soil. under that theory, not only
would i be disqualified, marco rubio would be disqualified. bobby jindal would be disqualified. and interestingly enough, donald j. trump would be disqualified. donald's mother was born in scotland. she was naturalized. now donald, on the issue -- >> but i was born here. >> you're an american, as is everybody else on this stage. and i would suggest we focus on who is best prepared to be commander-in-chief, because that's the most important question facing the country. >> all right so i was in the hall and i have to say, that was the most i thought that the debate started to take off. it was like the starter pistol, it was the official when they started talking, maria bartiromo and neil cavuto. who did a great job for fox business. the hall was packed. everybody was expecting that big fight. did you like it? >> i loved this debate, it was like a saloon in the 1870s, who
knew donald trump was an anchor baby. i credit for admitting he instigated the birther attack. because cruz was gaining popularity. that's why you like trump. is because he's not unlike other politicians, he won't deny, what he's trying to achieve. but the interesting thing here is you have a man born in canada. of cuban descent and a man who lived the american dream, donald trump, whose mom was born in scotland, arguing over who no longer is welcome in this lifeboat called america. >> i think that's way overstating it, greg. >> how so? >> because the issue is the difference between a citizen and a natural-born citizen. why does the constitution, why do these documents, the naturalization act of 1790, and '95, why do they have phrases like "natural born" in them. to distinguish between a mere citizen, us, and natural born citizen. that special category, who could run for president of the united
states. i think trump has his achilles heel. i think this is his belt buckle, dr. ben carson, the beginning of the end of the cruz campaign. i think this is huge. and i think that -- >> i didn't know where you were going with this. >> i felt like -- like trump was going to drop it after that. what do you think? >> i think he will drop it. look -- >> other people aren't going -- >> i was trying to follow cruz's logic. under the logic of donald trump, then he himself wouldn't even be eligible to run for president. because -- i'm saying what cruz said last night. i couldn't figure out where he was going with it. that would have to play out, is that trump's logic is he used a lawyer who that lawyer also thinks that both parents of the candidate have to be born on u.s. soil. that's not what trump was saying. trump was saying you personally need to be born on u.s. soil.
or your mother has to be a citizen. >> lawrence tribe is the lawyer that they're referring to. do you think this is all something we should put to bed, move on, talk about the real issues? >> i think we should certainly talk about the substantive issues, but if there is a legal or constitutional question, that should be addressed as well. cruz is obviously very smart constitutional lawyer and i think he feels very certain and confident that he is well within his rights to be able to seek the office of the presidency of the united states and receive the nomination and run and potentially run. so voters are going to have to decide what matters to them. substance, or other issues like this that they feel uncertain about. perhaps doesn't make them as comfortable. if we're deciding between two people if they're deciding between trump and cruz, who knows, maybe it's the view on foreign policy. >> trump's point is not about voters. trump's point is about the court. this issue has never been resolved by the federal courts of the united states.
what does natural born mean, has never been decided by a u.s. court. it must be decided. this is not about the voters. this is about the eligibility of a leading candidate to be president of the united states. the office he seeks. >> we have spent more time on this than they did last night. we're going to move on. this is considered one of donald trump's best moments of the night. earlier this week cruz took a dig at trump saying he embodies new york values. maria bartiromo asked him what he meant by that. >> i think most people know exactly what new york values are. >> i'm from new york, i don't. >> you're from new york, you might not. but i promise you those in south carolina, they do. everyone understands that the values in new york city, are socially liberal or pro abortion or pro gay marriage, focus around money and the media. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more
humanely than new york. we saw more death and even the smell of death, nobody understood it with we rebuilt downtown manhattan and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved new york and loved new yorkers and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement. that ted made. >> one of the most effective things i thought about what donald trump there is he didn't raise his voice, he didn't get mad. but new york values is the shorthand for what you say when you're in iowa, trying to talk bur opponent, who might be from new york. maybe to me this has all gotten a little bit out of hand. people seem to like it. >> what cruz did, he mirrored obama. obama remember he said, these people clinging to guns in the bible. cling to guns and religion. cruz said you cling to your abortions and your gay rights. so it was exactly that kind of thing, what you're see something batman and robin have finally split up. what cruz was trying to do was target trump's impure
credentials as a right-winger. that's to trump's benefits, he's untethered to ideology that's why he's refreshing. >> well stated. you know i found the debates in terms very good last night. i thought trump, the tone that he used in his delivery, is quite effective. he's getting better at doing this in terms of matching sort of the rhetoric and the measure of what's being said there, especially when you're dealing with an expert debater like cruz. i don't know, i thought this was really good for the viewers and the voters to be able to see. to be able to make some choices. but i'll tell you what, the people that i thought did the best so far, was trump, cruz, rubio, i thought they were all very good. >> we have some rubio sound coming up. do you want to comment on new york values? >> i think what we saw was donald trump becoming a good politician, too. he's always had the skill of getting people to pay attention to him, to listen to him, to see
him. to join in if they're fed up and they're tired of the establishment. and with the attack on what could have been a body blow, a harsh blow to donald trump as you point out. everywhere outside of new york. people kind of hate new york. he turned it. he was in true political pro form. turned it into a win for himself. at least temporarily. now, the gentleman to my right is going to, come up with some crazy, wacky conspiracy theory. which i just have to preempt with, i cannot ascribe to that. i'm shocked. >> conspiracy theory even you will not touch? >> i cannot touch. >> you remember jesse jackson, 1984, jaime town. he said jaime town about new york city. it's the end of jesse jackson as a serious candidate. you cannot generalize with the undertone of whether it's antisemitism or anti-immigrants. >> how is saying new york values
and antisemitic comments? >> does it remind you of john rocker -- >> are you suggesting everyone in new york is jewish? >> i am absolutely suggesting that when you say new york values, that is a laden expression that has deep meaning that goes far beyond the geographic and you must admit that. >> i think he meant left-wing. >> remember john rocker, the relief pitcher. he goes on the subway -- he never, he never you know, he played in new york, he was finished from that day on. you can't insult the world's greatest city, the capital -- >> i think people like new yorkers. >> you can insult new york. special entry you're a gop-er. there's no one whoever thinks they're going to win new york. no republican will ever win in new york. >> i'm a manhattan-registered republican. >> when gi to some of those meetings. >> those people -- >> so wait, whoa, whoa, your hair would stand on end. >> can you claim to be a republican and say i'm a
republican. >> he is a republican. >> ted cruz will -- >> it doesn't mean -- >> what was ted cruz's point that was the thing he was trying to say. one more thing, cruz immigration war. he ended up with rubio pointing out some inconsistencies in cruz's record. >> ted cruz, you used to say you supported doubling the number of green cards. now you say you're against it you used to support a 500% increase in the number of guest workers. now you say you're against it. you used to support legalizing people that were here illegally. now you say you're against it. you used to say that you were in favor of birth right citizenship. now you say that you are against it. and by wait, it's not just on immigration. you used to support tpa. now you say you're against it. i saw you on the senate floor flip your vote on crop insurance, because they told you it would help you in iowa. and last week we all saw you flip your vote on ethanol. >> i appreciate you're dumping your research folder on the debate stage. >> no, it's your record. >> that happened towards the end
of the debate. it's like when you don't want to leave a game too early. you don't want to leave a debait too early. because some of the best lines were there. >> the best part of that was cruz's response. he said half of that is wrong. it speaks to a larger criticism. that maybe cruz is more of an opportunist driven by ambition than many people might be aware of. >> duh? >> your smartest response. >> i think, you have witnessed the, the apogee -- is that the highest? >> the zenith of the cruz arc. now it's all downhill from here. you heard it here first. >> i think cruz was able to separate himself from some of the others. we've only talked about cruz, trump and rubio. we're going to have more for you. so stay with us. there's more to come and the candidates weren't going after one another. went after someone else named hillary clinton. were they successful? it is facebook friday, so post your questions for us now, we'll be back in a minute. here in the city,
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welcome back to "the five," we continue our peaceful reaction to last night's gop debate. tensions also escalated between rubio and chris christie. >> i like chris christie. but we cannot afford to have a president of united states that supports common core. we cannot afford to have a president of the united states that supports gun control. chris christie wrote a check to planned parenthood. governor christie has endorsed many of the ideas that barack obama supports. >> i never wrote a check to planned parenthood. common core has been eliminated in new jersey this is the difference between a governor and being a senator. ewhen you're a senator, what you get to do is just talk and talk. and you talk so much, that nobody can keep up with what you're saying is accurate or not. when you're a governor, you're held accountable for everything you do. >> that was a good moment. by chris christie. did he a good job. you take issue with something he said? >> listen, i've lived in the state for i don't know, 10, 12 yooes, i will tell you concealed
carry is no easier to get now, you need a federal judge to sign off on a concealed carry, still. there's a whole issue with what he's done with assault rifle bans. common core is still in new jersey schools. it's not gone as he suggested. >> are you saying he was lying? >> and planned parenthood. did he in fact write a check. he wrote -- the "star-ledger" has him writing a check in 1994 for planned parenthood. maybe he's evolved on some of these issues. please don't take credit, a victory lap for fixing the issues, if they're not done yet. >> both sides have their opposition reform and their own research and chris christie has disputed that issue about the "star-ledger." my perspective on that exchange is i don't think chris christie did as well as he has in the past. because that line that he used, i've heard now four times. he's used it in every debate. making fun of senators versus governors. and if you look how governors have fared in this gop primary.
actually doesn't really matter if you're a governor or a senator in terms of the voters' tastes right now. that's probably something that he shouldn't try to hang his hat on. it might work well for him in new hampshire where he continues to have a pretty good handle on things, he could come in top three there. >> why would he take on chris christie? why would he punch down in a sense? rubio -- >> marco rubio, what he needed to do was to separate himself out from those that were, from christie -- >> you felt that was not unnecessary. you never pick a fight you don't have to. it just seems to me. >> unless you're on tv, then you pick one every ten minutes. >> what's interesting about chris christie, he possesses all the qualities of his rivals. he can be as blunt as trump. he can be as persuasive and funny, or persuasive as rubio. he can be as commanding as any governor. however, you can't place him,
he's like, he's a round peg in a square hole. there's no clear place where he belongs. even though for some reason, he seems to possess all of the qualities that everybody else is known for. very strange. >> well liked in the hall. he got some good applause, i would say. >> who got the hottest? >> i would say rubio -- it was kind of mixed. it depended. even jeb bush had a lot of supporters. >> was there booing in the hall? >> yes. >> most controversial kproe posal of his campaign. >> i said temporarily. i didn't say permanently. i said temporarily, we can't be the stupid country any more. we're laughed at all over the world. >> this policy is a policy that makes it impossible to build the coalition necessary to take out isis. you cannot make rash statements and expect the rest of the world to respond as though well it's just politics.
every time we send signals like this, we send a signal of weakness, not strength so it was a mistake. which is why i'm asking him to consider changing his views. >> i want security for this country. i'm tired of seeing what's going on. >> what did you think of that exchange? >> i think first of all, that was the strongest, most effective i've seen governor bush since the get-go. he had a much better suit on, he wasn't so schlumpy with the space behind the collar. i think that when you compare him against this firebrand here, he pales or cools in comparison. i don't think that jeb bush is any match. although i did as i saw him speak, say you know something, what i said last year, he could be a good president. i mean but i, to get there from here is a long journey and i think an impossible one. >> such a change dynamic in terms of this campaign and the
way it's happened, nobody has ever seen anything like this before and the level of rhetoric and exchange between all the candidates. that's not politics as usual. eric? >> so i think donald trump is doing well with the islam ban issue. again, temporary islam ban. it seems if you're doing well. i'm not sure that was the right fight to pick with trump on jeb's point. jeb sounded i guess fine. i think he needed more. think he needed to come out with a policy or something of his own rather than take a shot at one of donald trump's policies. for me, i think trump, cruz and rubio crushed it last night. the ones who didn't crush it were jeb and ben carson, unfortunately. >> what about kasich? >> he was there. he showed up. >> he was okay. >> what did you think, dana. >> of casic? >> i was on o'reilly right before the debate. and o'reilly asked me what all the candidates have to do and he interrupted me and said, that --
>> really, o'reilly? i know you're all shocked. if john kasich, if he went on and on what he did about governor as ohio, it's going to drive him crazy. >> he does have a good record in ohio and he won all but two counties in ohio when he ran for re-election and republicans must win ohio. but the first thing that john kasich did when he went up to answer a question was to talk about his governing experience in ohio and he did it again, on in the spin room and then following morning on the television shows and again, this gubernatorial experience is very important. and it's great. it's just -- not wowing the crowds. or -- >> this time around. greg, go ahead. >> whether it's, whether it's jeb or whether it's kasich or christie. they seem to be good men for the wrong time. it's the time that is dictating the choice of leaders. the leaders, they're not the ones -- they aren't driving this it's the time. we have a time of anger and anxiety and that is picking the
leaders. >> can you elect someone who wants to hideously exclude an entire religious group? >> temporarily. >> how long is temporary? >> there are a few senators -- >> a couple of weeks? >> ban all muslims coming noots country. >> a couple of years? >> a couple of generations? >> i don't know. >> a couple of minutes are up. ben carson, vowed to put a little more pep in his step. he got the least amount of talk time last night. but got one of the biggest reactions during this moment. >> neil i was mentioning to -- he said everybody. >> look how cute he is when he laughs. how much personality. did you like that in. >> he's like a 38 record in a 72-rpm. >> that is a reference only 10% of america will get. >> he seems like in a different time.
he's much more genteel, slow paced. you know what he is? >> he seems like he's enjoying the ride. like he hopped on a freight train and he's enjoying the sights across america and where it goes, it doesn't really matter. >> that's a good point. if you notice when he first, when he was leading in the polls, he felt nervous and uncomfortable and now -- >> now it's just fun. >> that's a good point. >> selling books. what do you think, dana? >> i felt like there was no "there" there. and if you look at the trend lines in iowa, new hampshire and south carolina, he continues to plummet. >> let's see what happens. while the candidates were united against one opponent last night, hillary clinton. she spent debate night joking about her emails on the "tonight show." we're going to show you that straight ahead. in my business i can count on my i.t. guy bailing me out all the time... i'm not the i.t. guy. i'm the desktop support tech supervisor. and my customers knowing right when their packages arrive. introducing real-time delivery notifications.
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all kinds of pushing goingenen. but the candidate who got hit the most. was not there, hillary clinton. who had the best line of attack against the former secretary of state. >> someone who cannot handle intelligence information appropriately cannot be commander-in-chief and someone who lies to the families of the four victims in benghazi can never be president of the united states. >> if she gets elected, her first 100 days, instead of setting an agenda. she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> here's the best way we're going to make america much more exceptional. to make sure to get somebody on the stage in september who will fight hillary clinton and make sure she never gets in the white house again. >> the truth is i've been blessed by a lot of opportunities to do a lot of things in my life. and unlike another woman in this race, i actually love spending time with my husband. >> we need a president who understands technology in the oval office. mrs. clinton. actually you cannot wipe a
server with a towel. >> hitting hillary and her marriage seemed like a gutter blow. >> i get it. you know, but, my marriage is good and your marriage -- you know -- stinks -- >> you know where this is coming from? it's a thread from the whole sexist attacks and okay now you put your house out there on the campaign trail. but you're somebody who bashed women and women who were saying they were victims. of sexually aggressive behavior. so that's where i think it's coming from. that whole type of thing. >> to suggest she doesn't like spending time with her husband? >> i'm not saying it's a great thing to do. >> did you read -- >> are you not following along? >> come on, am i wrong? >> she's a candidate for the presidency. or any other spouses -- >> no, geraldo, geraldo -- >> is this fair game to you?
>> i thought it was a great moment, a republican debate. i thought it really stunk. >> i ban the phrase. >> i dropped the pen. >> it was a funny line for a show like "the five" and i admit i've said things as crass as that at this table. i'm not sure it's relevant to the debate. >> let me ask you is there any other marriage of any of these people running for the highest office in the land, that would be similarly appropriate to attack in this fashion? >> i don't know. that's a tough question. >> do we go after jeb bush and his wife, for instance? >> i don't know. >> for what? i agreed with you, geraldo. that's why i'm confused. >> when you look at the campaign trail like mary pat is always with chris christie. they're very strong. you know, united team. well every time i've been out, i've seen them together. they're campaigning. >> bolling is rolling his eyes.
>> when george w. bush was in office. how appropriate was it for him to talk about his children. people talk about -- like the star magazine that said they were getting divorced and he was going to marry condi rice, was stupid and dumb. >> i believed that! >> let me just say, that's a lie that goes down well at your private fundraiser when nobody's there. but doing it in front of the nation. 11 million people -- it's not funny. >> she was consistently aggressive against hillary. >> she enjoys spending time with her husband, what's wrong with that. >> donald trump can say things like that and everybody will laugh. she says it and it's like, ug. i guarantee you would have laughed and you would have said it was a great moment. >> i don't think he would have gone there. but where hillary went last night, she was with jamb jimmy fallon. >> i was wondering if you'd like
to do a job interview now. like you're applying for a job. >> sure. >> how did you hear about the position? >> fourth grade social studies. >> why do you want this job? >> because i really care about what happens to our country. >> are you willing to relocate? >> for the right job i am. >> is there an email dress that we can reach you? >> you can follow me on snapchat. >> it's so funny. she's putting our country in danger. >> she, she took classified material, told an employee to remove the heading and put that person in danger. she is, she compromised the safety of the country and it's a big joke. she's on fallon because she's fallen in the polls. >> think about that's an email that they didn't delete. if they didn't delete eat mail,
it has her instructing the staffer to remove the heading to get classified information without the heading. and the manner in which they deleted. >> doesn't that show a consciousness of guilt. you're a lawyer she knew what she was doing was wrong. that's why she removed it. so that she wouldn't have the liability. >> a year's salary with the man sitting alongside me. there's no way on god's green earth that this woman is going to be indicted. jeb bush talking about her going from the courthouse to the what house? the white house to the courthouse. i mean it's just noise. >> you're going to bet a whole year's salary? >> i would. >> ever or in this cycle? >> you're probably right that -- there's -- >> it is a scandal. >> the next republican president can -- >> this is what they did with benghazi. the comedians tried to make the story go away by sweeping it under the rug with a little joke to make it look like we are
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i want to see hillary in jail. it was her depart. and she had been lying and, she turned the whole country into a bunch of liars. >> and donald trump is hoping voters go see it he rented out a whole movie theater tonight in iowa so people can watch there for free. dana, you said it's a good idea. >> when i first saw the headline this morning, i thought that is so smart. >> you wrote an email to all of us. >> it's very heartbreaking to watch shawn smith's mother have to go through that i saw the interview on tuesday night. it's so suspenseful and nerve-wracking, i was sitting next to eric's wife, adrian and she and i were almost holding hands, she and i don't normally watch expenseful movies like that. my stomach was in knots. you don't get a moment to catch your breath because they didn't, either. >> it was two hours and 20 minutes.
it portrayed waves and waves of attacks, rpgs, gunfire and the constant call home. where is the help. where is help. >> not yet. no one has answered yet. >> why not? >> maybe hillary can blame the next terror attack on this movie. but you know, i haven't seen the film yet. but i've been looking at the response. the left is hammering this film as a valentine. they're calling it a valentine to conservative media. and conveniently ignoring that 99.9% of the film industry are liberal fantasies with right-wing villains, they're angry they couldn't get their paws on this story and change it for their own devices. >> kg -- the left is saying no, it's not a hollywood film, it's a documentary. however, three guys that were portrayed in that movie, holding down the benghazi fort in the benghazi consulate and the c.i.a. annex next door, or a distance apart survived and are telling the story that movie is an accurate portrayal. >> based on the book they wrote
and the fact that they were on set for almost every day that the film was being shot. so this is something they wanted to make sure that it had integrity. it was accurate. and they went through a lot of sacrifice to be able to do that. to make sure to tell the story and to honor the memory of their fallen brothers as well. this is a powerful film. it's well worth your time. 2:20. it's eye-opening, it shows how great the country is and how strong and powerful, our military, and the desire to fight for others and to help. >> let's get our republican friend to weigh in. >> it was a gut-wrenching film. i just left the theater on 42nd street here in times square. it is from the point of view of those fellow who is risked everything and lost so much, a vivid, vivid recreation of what happened. my only beef, the stand-down that the critics of the administration were talking about was the united states military staing down, not
sending available assets to rescue them. that has been gone over by numerous hearings, everybody from the chairman to the joint chiefs of staff. everybody says we had no assets. the two beefs i have with the film very specific, the two beefs i have of the film specifically, the only jets that were available, the f-16s that are portrayed in the film armed with missiles in sicily. they were not in sicily, they were in northern italy, unarmed and the gunship says he was without range to make it, was actually in afghanistan. >> facebook friday is up next.
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okay. good god. >> my favorite part of the week. facebook friday. you post your questions and we answer them. i'll start with you, kimberly. you love to eat. from james b. what's your favorite unusual pizza topping? it has to be unusual. >> broccoli. >> broccoli, that's disgusting. >> it's actually quite tasty. >> that's horrifying, i had it by accident and then -- no, because like rowan, i was like broccoli? i didn't want to discourage him. >> and i like ate it. >> what's unusual?
>> a ground meat or pepperoni. that's not unusual. >> what else would you put on. >> banana peppers. those are the yellow peppers. >> you can't find banana peppers anyway, by the way. for a reason. >> buffalo chicken. that's not unusual. that's delicious. >> it's like, that's not unusual? >> no. >> california pizza kitchen has been doing a buffalo chicken pizza that kill it is for the past 15 years. >> my favorite unusual topping is more pizza. >> you know what bojo's pizza in colorado. for those of you who have gone skiing in colorado. they have really thick crust. and at the end you have honey on the table and you pour honey on that and that's your dessert. let's go to the next question. dan z. writes -- did you ever meet a famous person that made
you become star-struck? let's go this way, dana? >> i'm usually not very star-struck and i had a an opportunity to meet a lot of political powerful people around the world. when i was working for president bush. when i met dierks bentley, i was so excited. >> and someone said, he must have been so excited to meet you. and i couldn't say a word. >> it turns out that they watch our show on the bus when they're on tour. >> i'm star-struck sitting next to geraldo rivera. >> that's true. >> this is a tv legend. as long as he keeps his shirt on. if he takes it off, it's over. >> john lennon, when i first met him. the beat beatles had just split and he came to new york and to become friendly with him and cover his death. it was the arc, the whole arc.
>> kg, liven it up. >> you know well -- >> don't control facebook friday. >> i've met all the you know male celebrities. >> of course you have. >> i was -- how many times have i -- we're at a dinner, right? >> i think he was star struck. >> i know george for a long time. multiple times. >> george. >> i've known george for ages. >> the one that i would like to meet that i have not is angelina jolie. i love -- >> she's a barrel of laughs. >> madonna. >> i love what she does, she's very powerful for women and getting checks for their health. >> my speechless is ronald reagan. in 1988. when i shook his hand i went -- har, har. >> and i met mike patton, faith no more. that freaked me out. what was your favorite pet growing up, geraldo?
>> i had a great dog in the university of arizona. called ringo. i brought it home, as soon as i got it home, i gave it to my parents. >> snoopy was my little beagle growing up and now freedom is my most amazing dog. >> what street did you grow up on? >> hiawatha. >> my dog was jocko and he was an apricot poodle. >> oh, my god. >> apricot poodle. >> that's my code phrase at the club. >> jocko. >> that was the name of an italian immigrant. trying to make his way in coal country in cambria, wyoming in newcastle. >> one time i had a boyfriend that brought me two russian dwarf hamsters. and they were so adorable. that's their technical name.
and i named them lucy and ethel and i lost them in my house. >> i'm glad you said house. my favorite pet was -- i say it could have been in your car. chipper, which was a miniature schnauzer, they're very tempermental and they look like old men. >> just like you. >> small emotional brain. angry. >> i'm glad you said brain. one more thing is up next. hey pal? you ready?
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it's time for one more thing. greg? >> saturday, that's tomorrow, right? they're going to repeat the debate. which you got to watch. because it was awesome the first time, it will be better and after the debate, my show, stick around and watch that, too. if you haven't seen it before, it has some chuckles and high points. that's it. >> and some low points. >> eric? >> check out geraldo and i are going to go at it on the o'reilly factor. two pranksters, twins tv. internet pranksters, here's the prank, they set a bike up to be stolen. they leave it unlocked and it's ready to get stolen. they've wired it so the handle bars and the seat can zap the perp with electricity when they steal the bike. watch what happens. >> later.
[ bleep ]. oh [ bleep ]. >> did they get sued for that? >> i think no, one went to jail. >> kg? >> i mean you know don't be a thief. i like it. >> daring advice, kimberly. >> you know how i feel about that. watch another lighter moment. watch this tiny adorable french bulldog wake up its owner like a little alarm clock. 123 million views in just three days. i mean -- how adorable with that cute little wet tongue. >> this is new york values all over again. >> dogs, men. >> you're just jealous because it's not a ferret. >> geraldo. >> you remember in king kong when the april is killed, he falls to the ground and the someone says the airplanes got
him it was no no, the beauty killed the beast. sean penn gave an interview to charlie rose he was asked if he had any regrets about the el chapo flap. here's sean. >> i have terrible regrets. >> what regrets? >> i have regrets that the entire discussion about this article ignores its purpose. which was to try to contribute to this discussion about the policy in the war on drugs. >> my article failed. let me be clear. my article has failed. >> it failed because he spent a lot of time talking about getting to the subject and getting out -- >> breaking wind. >> dana? >> look at this turkey. no seriously, it's turkey. it's a turkey on a plane. on delta somebody came on the plane and said this is my comfort turkey. under the air carrier access act. if you have a piece of paper that says this is your comfort turkey. the plane has to give you a seat with a turkey.
so -- >> it's like any animal. >> this is really ridiculous. >> have a great weekend. everybody, "special report" is next. this is a fox news alert. i'm bret baier in washington. wall street is in turmoil. the markets off to their worst start of the year. ever. if you think things are bad now. some experts say it might get worse before it gets better. the dow finished 391 points. after being down more than 500 early. the s&p 500 lost 42. the nasdaq fell 127. for the week, the dow and the s&p 500 both lost about 2.15 percentage points. the nasdaq dropped 3.33. let's get analysis from fox business network's melissa francis. one of the biggest reasons for celt-off would be something you think would be good news, a