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we want your opinion. go to facebook.com and let us know what you think. that is all the time we have left this evening. thanks for joining us. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. >> this is a fox news alert. we're about to take you live to las vegas where president candidate donald trump is getting ready for a news conference, expected to answer a magazine article that has been reaching out to prominent republican thinkers. >> you look at new hampshire, south carolina, florida, we're at 48 points and way up. way up in the polls so we're getting votes from everybody that it's actually amazing.
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i'm surprised. >> donald trump, ted cruz is very strident. and that you're a deal maker. >> i am a deal maker. >> what kind of compromises will you make with democrats? >> i am a deal maker. we have to make our country rich again. we owe $19 trillion. we need a deal maker and someone that knows what they're doing. we have politicians that have no pull. >> what issues do you think that -- >> we can make deals with a lot of people. not necessarily deals. we don't have to force them through. we're not always going to get along with the democrats but i watched ronald reagan make deals and the country was really
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singing. it was doing well. and we need a little bit of that. and as you said, i mean, you said it. he's a very strident person, nobody likes him. he doesn't have one endorsement from one senator. number one, number two, wasn't born in this country. nobody knows and they're looking right now and trying to figure it out. many lawyers have come out and said he can't run for president. he's got a problem, he's got a problem he took money from goldman sachs and citibank and didn't report i it's a problem. >> you had sarah palin's endorsement. >> i was very proud to have her her endorsement. sarah palin called and it was just an honor and you know, she
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backed in to the senate and he gives credit. she's got great influence. i thought she was terrific and it's an honor to have her endorsement. >> any thoughts on the boycott? >> no real thoughts on it. whatever happens, happens. the country has bigger problems than the oscars. many, many people from the party called. many people that are very conservative that are, i guess you'd call them, in cases establishment. but people are calling to see what's happening. i mean, you look at the polls and you see you're up by 28 points in one state and 20 in another state and when iowa comes out today, two polls, i mean we're doing very well. and honestly, the party has to be healed and brought together. and i think the party c
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brought together. >> mr. trump, i read the plan with your second amendment. but it doesn't pass with past decisions. >> i think it happened over a period of time. ronald reagan was pretty liberal as a young man and became more conservative. i feel strongly about the second amendment and more so with wh g what's happening. when you look at paris, people need protection. we have to get protection. my two sons are members of the nra. they're expert hunters and feel strongly about it. >> why have you never voted in a presidential primary. >> i don't know that that is a fact. i vote a lot. i can tell you i vote a lot.
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>> is that something you've never done? >> in iowa there are ads on the radio that have been punching ted cruz's authenticity, naming that he hasn't given much to charity. should that be a consideration for voters? what is your sense of his office? >> i don't want to speak as to his authenticity. it's not appropriate in my opinion, however, i will say he does have problems and he's got to solve his problem as to whether or not he's allowed to run for president. he was born in canada, a citizen of canada until 15 months ago. i mean he was a citizen of ka in a -- canada. then, he said he didn't know that. he was a senator from texas, a citizen of canada and said he didn't know about it. he said he didn't know about goldman sachs and citibank. it seems a little bit hard to
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believe. to his authenticity, i hope he's authentic. >> on giving to charity? >> he should give. did he give nothing? >> there was something tithing. >> i'd have to look at it. >> why did conservationists vote for you? >> because we're going to keep it going. federal lands are a mess. i'm hearing of it more and more. and being a hunter and a member of the nra, eric, that te -- tell me about the lands. >> we had great privilege to be able to do that. we want to continue that. when i look at the outdoors, both hunting and fishing and anything else, it just kept us
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impact segment tonight. the new hampshire primary will be held on february 9th, and right now polls say donald trump is way ahead on the republican side and bernie sanders a good lead on the democrat side. according to the new hampshire secretary of state, undeclared voters make up 44% of the electorate. republicans 30. democrats 26. and now a new poll from wbur recess among the 44% who are undeclared, '3% of them are undecided. a very big number. that means anything can happen in the granite state. with us now dana perino, co-host of the five. i still think trump and sanders will take it up there. but there is a lot of people and this is not reflected in the polling because, remember, the polling is all
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among democrats likely voters and republican likely lçe=u say? >> they are not going to make up their minds for a littled while. they might see what happens in iowa. because if you notice over the past few election cycles, iowa votes, they choose somebody. and then new hampshire seems to kind of go in an opposite direction that might not happen this year. trump could win iowa or new hampshire or cruz could do the same. whoever comes in second. >> cruz isn't going to win in new hampshire. >> he might not. >> he won't. >> okay. unless you want to put some heavy money on it because stossel backed down last night. >> i have no money. >> okay. you can send donations to dana perino care of the five. the talking points memo which basically my opinion thatted radical left really doesn't want freedom of expression. that's what that is all about. they are using donald trump as añ@ev stocking horse.
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noam chomsky is way worse than donald trump has ever been. >> if they weren't going after donald trump they would go over someone else, either ted cruz or whoever else was in front of the republican party. >> thty feel they can threaten us if we report on the campaign. i mean, that is so outrageous, so over the top. >> it's so unamerican. and so against the first amendment. and i find it a little bit humerus that they all talk amongst themselves at cocktail parties thinking this is a good strategy. >> but do you really find it humorous? because i find it dangerous. i really do. and it's not dangerous now but it could be dangerous 10 years from now. because, if you look at what's happening on college campuses. this is exactly what's happening on shut down opposing speech. if i'm invite to do go to a college, i usually turn it town because i know it's going to turn into az; fiasco. i know there are going to be people who are going to try to hurt me, physically hurt me. >> right.
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or at least disrupt the proceedings so they can get it out on the cell phone and put it on the internet. that has shut down my presence on college campuses. >> you are not alone. college campuses that have inrighted speakers such as condoleezza rice. they decided after a student revolt at rutgers can't have secretary of state. >> first african-american woman extremely accomplished and gives a great speech. >> you can see how this confluence of these hollywood people with all due respect, the names that i named, you know, i mean, if they come on here, we would have a discussion about it, i could respect them, but they never will because they don't know anything. >> they don't want to debate. >> they don't know anything. >> they don't want to have a discussion. >> because they don't know anything. >> and they think the most of the rest of the country is stupid. >> if you throw them noam chomsky's resume they are like. i don't want to be supercilious -- word of the day. there is a effort to shut
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down opposing points of view. >> that's why you said in the 20th season of doing this show, one of the things that they complain about, that 4nuz left will complain about fox news, especially hollywood complains about fox news, they have almost the entire rest of the media comes to a story with their viewpoint. so,. >> i think fox news gives air time to more diverse viewpoints than any other network on the air. really, the big three, they don't have a lot of diversity anyway. they just have their shows. >> they have a lot of. give opposing. all straight down the line. they have a few tokens, but here you have a whole bunch of people always coming on every hour. you never know who you are going to see and they are allow to do say what they want. >> if i were on the left and i got an invitation to come on the o'reilly factor. i think i would take it. >> if you come on and do you well. >> right. >> you gain respect. >> right. >> he would not going to
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2008. this year things have been more difficult for the governor. he joins us now from iowa. you have given it a good shot, but the trump/cruz brawl seems to be overriding everything right now. how do you see that? >> well, i will tell you, i'm still finding it out here with iowa people that the connection is real. and i just think people have forgotten the lesson ofvy iowa. every four years the media gets it wrong. they got it wrong four years ago, eight years ago. bill, they have gotten it wrong for 40 years. jimmy carter was never supposed to win it back in the 70's. the iowa people will make up their own mind and most of them don't make it up until just before the caucus. i think we will see that happening again february 1st. >> okay. and i hope they do. i would like to see some surprises. but santorum won last time, you won in 2008. it doesn't seem to mean that much in the general vote. although certainly we applaud juans for having a caucus. we think everybody should be heard. but, trump -- >> -- let me just point out something, bill. hold on one second.
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i just want to point out. it wasn't just that each of us won iowa we come in second in the nominating process. people say all you did was win in iowa. i came in second to mccain and santorum came in second to romney four years ago. it is a launching pad and predictability had you well we can do. >> valid point. it's different this time because of trump. and trump is in a brawl with cruz. they are both trying to woo evangelical voters and theyc?? are your base. how do you see this? >> have you ever been to a nascar race and if the from front cars have a collision and both of them wreck? guess what happens? somebody comes from behind them and ends up winning the race and get the checkereds4á flag. there are less than two weeks and that's a long period of time in iowa election t could be all the cars in front end up crashing into each other and rolling off the track. people in iowa say forget it. these guys are so consumed with each other, is there a candidate who is really talking about us? and that's when they are going to say mike huckabee has never stopped talking about the working class
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people who are getting gut punched whose wages aren't going up. that people who work hard in places like where i am here in thisw) factory in sioux center, iowa. people who stand on their feet all day. at least one guy who is not corporately funded. he is not a big wall street cash guy. i think that's where the sh why i think there is going to be a surprise february 1st. >> if those blow up. two candace, you are well-positioned. you have been more critical of cruz than trump, correct? >> i don't know that i have been critical. i have been asked a lot of questions. and i have pointed out that for someone if they are going to say they are consistent they need to be consistent. one of the things thafl like i have brought to this race is nobody has caught me saying different in new york than i say in sioux center. if i tell somebody something in marshall town, iowa they will hear the exact same things in manhattan. bill, that's one of the things that you know from the long time i have known you. i don't go and change even my message when i sit down and talk on your show or
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behindy the scenes. i just don't. that's one of the things that i people learn about you. you do the same. >> you are a straight-talking guy. look, you said about cruz how can you be a rabid christian if you don't give any money to charity. that's a pretty tough statement. >> i didn't say that about cruz. i was asked a question generally. and i said i don't think you can put god last in your budget if you claim that he is first in your life. i was talking about me. look, the fact is christian stuartship is somethingí believe. in i believed in it when my wife and i were dirt poor and living in a $40 a month rent house. i have believed it when we had a lot more money. never given less than a tithe of income to our church for the simple reason that that's how it is supposed to be.[if(p&c@ >> did you not say that evangelicals want to why cruz gave less than 1% of his income to charity in 2006 and 2010? did you point that out. >> i don't know that i said that i don't think so. but, look, i believe that everything in our lives is open for inspection. i'm not criticizing. >> do you think that cruz.
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>> will have to answer for that. >> do you think cruz is a christian to be emulated? i mean, it seems like you are casting aspersions on him. >> i'm not going to judge his christian faith because, look, god is going to judge mine. he is going to judge his. >> is he being a phony in this area or is he being upfront? >> i think it's something he needs to answer. what are his parameters of stewardship? bill, look at it, you are one of the most generous people i know. i think of all the contributions you have given to fisher house, to wounded warriors, you give vigorously.c5 and why do you do that? because you believe you have a responsibility back to other people. you don't have to. government doesn't force you to do that do you that because you like to do it. that's why i do it. i think that's why every christian does it. and anybody, i don't care whether it's mor i or ted cruz or donald one of us i think somebody could ask us what are your priorities and i will be able to find it out as much by your budget as i will by
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whatever you say. >> cruz just throwing that out for all the candidates? >> for all of us. i evaluate myself every day and ask myself what are the priorities in my life? >> trump is, as you may have heard, i don't know whether you heard the talking points memo but he is under attack by the far left. they are coming after him like crazy want to shut him down because is he dominating the coverage. his domination of the coverage has hurt guys like you. there is no doubt. because, you know, he is driving the>h media on television, in particular it. is does that anger you, governor? >> well, not at donald trump. i admire the guy for being such a master of manipulating the media and having them literally eating out of his hand the whole process. good for him. any of us that could do that heck we would be doing it it's made it difficult sometimes to get the more substantive message out. i don't blame donald trump for that. >> i don't think you would do it, he is a bomb thrower. he throws bombs.
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that's not your style. i don't think you are going to do that. >> no, that's not my style. >> his style as you just pointed out is working. it's sucking the air out of the room and the other candace are losing face time. governor, we wish you the best. and we appreciate you coming on tonight. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. how did glenn beck get so bamboozled on the internet. how did donald trump get fooled? jesse watters has been investigating. but next, the muslim cleric in germany says the women were being molested on the streets deserve it. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. hey pal? you ready? can you pick me up at 6:30? ah... (boy) i'm here! i'm here! (cop) too late. i was gone for five minutes! ugh! move it. you're killing me. you know what, dad? i'm good. (dad) it may be quite a while before he's ready, but our subaru legacy will be waiting for him.
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tallahed mosque in cologne. he blames women. >> it's a big mosque. >> been investigated in the past reportedly about 10 years ago but nothing apparently has happened from that. is he is defending this. a thousand men. >> absolutely defending it? >> they describe as arabic and north african. 5211 sexual assaults, three rapes. >> how many arrests? >> eight arrests so far. >> all north africans? >> they won't describe all of them but the first was asylum seeker, 26-year-old man from algeria and arrested in a refugee center. >> okay. throughout europe now, we are having -- we ran a story yesterday in sweden, where there was a tape, a woman was actually accosted. how badded is this situation over europe. >> it happened in other places, sweden and austria and switzerland and finland. this is not just unique to that one night in cologne in front of the cathedral. >> is this imam alone in his craziness put on perfume and dressed in a western style? you are a legitimate target
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for this kind of stuff? >> that's apparently his view. >> that's his view, no doubt. >> it's the women's fault for the way they dress. some of the witnesses said that north african and arabic men some of them were drunk and yelling arabic and french. others say they can't really assimilate properly. the czech president is 71 years old. like the bernieo czech. >> we did this yesterday, czech president said look in the immigration we don't believe that the muslim people can assimilate into the check -- czech culture it. i'm wondering if this is radical crazy imam or what the prevailing thought is europe is different than the arab culture in the middle east. we have to it see how this plays out. angela merkel calls the behaviors disgusting and anyone convicted will be deported. >> all right. let's go back to the united states. one of the big problems in
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illegal immigration is visa overstays. okay? people come here to visit, they have their little visa and they never go home. and it's there has been some congressional hearings on this. roll the tape. >> if somebody comes here and keeps their nose clean and doesn't have a criminal record, and they come here on a visa, and they stay, nobody is ever going to come look for them under the policies of this government and it's a wide open method by which millions of people can enter our country unlawfully. >> and we will be able to monitor that sir.íg >> when? >> we do now, sir. >> 500,000 people? >> just to clarify, that information is maintained in data bases. didn't mean to imply that we are actually out monitoring them. >> i don't know what that means. maybe shannon bream does. what is this guy saying? first of all, who was that testifying? >> well, it's an official from the department of homeland security. they are required by congress. they have been since 2004 to keep track of everybody who comes and goes on visas.
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they have never turned in this report to congress before. and they have never put together the formal tracking system that congress requires so what we found out yesterday is essentially a half million people who came here illegally on visas, overstayed. they are in the u.s. floating around and unless they commit. >> what time period is that. >> that's one year. >> that's what i thought. so everybody understands what we're talking about here. when you come in, they scan your passport and your visa and it goes into a data base. that's what the ice guy was saying to senator sessions, right? so that's true, right? >> right. >> but the problem is that when they oversay, november is checking to say who is this? nobody hunting them down or doing anything. so it's hey, happy days are here again. >> yeah. unless they commit some kind of serious crime or they flag some kind of national security interest. remember, at least five of the 9/11 hijackers came here on legal visas and simply stayed over. nobody was tracking them. >> nobody was watching them. >> we know the amount of
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damage those five guys were able to do. >> it's it really depressing that the federal government will not protect americans from foreign intruders. they simply won't seal the border in the south and they won't, you know, do the overstays on the visas or anything like well, yeah, we have them there what good does it do if you are not even going to check them and you don't punish them when they get caught, you don't punish them, then they come back five or six times. all right. shannon, eric, thank you. we come right back, bernie goldberg and i have some questions. we want to ask the democrat candidates during their town hall meeting on monday. then, later, both glenn beck and donald trump got faked out on the internet. jesse watters investigating why upcoming. [ music ]
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you're running a campaign as a feminist who cares deeply about the well-being of women. the "new york times," which is hardly hostile to liberal democrats like yourself, just ran a story under the headline 90 scandals threaten to erode hillary clinton's strength with women. her alleged role along with members of your husband's political team in smearing women who have accused your husband of sexual misconduct. my question is, how do you plan to run a credible campaign appealing to women when there are accusations that you either sat by silently while your husband and his team demeaned women or while you actually took part in a smear campaign against those women. >> hillary left the building in the first three sentences of your question. she is not there anymore. >> you know what? i have enough critics without you.
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knock it off. just knock it off. it's a good question. >> right. it's a good question. here's myhk question. my question is pittier. this is to hillary clinton as well. >> you have never been pithy in your life. >> do you regret saying the benghazi attack was caused by a video? and who did you discuss the video scenario with before you made that statement? pithy? >> that's a good question. >> no wiggle room. no wiggle room. none. do you regret it? who did you discuss it with. no wiggle room. your question is you know are this has all been adjudicated. >> would you stop? i'm so tired of your critiquing my brilliance that it's really getting to be annoying. i'm so tired of it? >> i know. >> here is my second question. >> my second question is to senator sanders.
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you talk a lot about inequality. and you paint billionaires as the villain but you don't talk about dysfunctional behavior that leads to poverty and which, in turn, leads to income inequality. 15-year-old girls having babies is a prescription for poverty. liberal democrats, senator sanders, rarely talk about this kind of behavior. but you are supposedly the candidate who tells the hard truths. so here's my question to you. tell us, senator. who is responsible for these people being poor? the billionaires who you routinely vilify or those people themselves? >> oh, i like that. i like that one. >> oh, hold on, hold on. i'm about to it%6k$ faint. >> but my second question is even pittier. just like yours. >> i'm shocked. i'm so shocked. >> senator sanders. you may have noticed that general electric left the state of connecticut after it raised its corporate tax
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and went to masses. taking 400 jobs with it it away from connecticut. do you if you raised the corporate tax, american companies will go abroad? how would you stop that? >> oh, bill, that's a great -- oh, my god. that is -- oh, i have never heard. >> and i got the dig in on g.e. on connecticut and massachusetts right there. i got the dig. >> you can't be pithy for this one. thisxc]t is to martin o'malley. governor o'malley, why are you still in the race? i mean, i mean, seriously, why are you in the race at this point? >> because i'm going to be martin o'malley, are you ready? i'm answering your question. >> you remind me a lot of martin o'malley. >> but i'm not as tan as he is. because i believe na my message of inclusion in the state of maryland where we
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did -- ba ba ba ba is. >> wake me up when you finish with this answer. >> this is not o'reilly. this is o'malley but i know what he would say. this is the best question. are you ready for the best question ever? >> oh, the best question. i can't believe this. i can't wait. >> are you ready? you're hillary clinton, ready? okay. >> i'm hillary clinton? >> you are. you have to answer this request. are you ready? >> yeah, go ahead. this is the o'reilly crusher. secretary clinton, how many private jet trips did you take on the clintons foundation's dime? >> i would like to answer that, mr. o'reilly, but you, as we all know, are part of the right wing conspiracy that for 20 or 30 years now has been out to get both me and my poor innocent less understood husband between 1
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and 52. between 1 and 52. i don't know the exact number. >> see, that is a question that how many private jet trips did you take. >> i learned so much -- i could learn -- i watched the program just to learn so much from your wisdom. >&hp6 stage, too late. >> hey, hey, hey. >> now, ifyra goldberg and o'reilly, this is serious, if we were the mod der racers of the town hall meeting, that would be something is. that would be something. >> right on. >> because all six of these questions, perhaps phrased a little more succinctly, would be very difficult for those candidates except the martin o'malley one to answer. there is bernie goldberg. last word? last word? >> last word. here's a question you will
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earlier this week glenn beck apologized on the radio program for saying on the factor donald trump voted for barack obama based on information he gleaned from the net. information that was not true. some weeks ago donald trump retweeted information about blacks murdering whites, it wasn't even close to being true either. jesse wood has been investigating both situations. what happened? >> there is a website called
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fake trump tweets.com. any yahoo! can go in there and plug in some random message and it shows up on the internet and then it is circulated. someone said something, i love obama, from trump. beck fell for it. the site that does this is shady. it is based in toronto. tried to contact them. they won't talk to me. but they were bragging about how they got -- >> it has the word fake on it. >> it says faketrumptweets.com. >> so whoever gave the research to beck should have seen -- they weren't lying, it is just satirecal. and. >> it was and it was photo shopped to look like it was 2012 or 2008. so they were double faked.
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it looked like it was taken place years ago. there it is. and it looks like trump. >> but there is not any word that's fake on there. that just looks like something he would tweet out. >> it looks like the real deal. only thing it is from 2012. a long time ago. you can't generate that on the fake website. >> so if you were a sophisticated person, you would know. but it doesn't say fake on it. >> no. >> they are just putting it out there to cause trouble. >> yeah. >> trump retweeted, i don't even know what that means, okay, retweeted false statistics about black crime. >> right. >> how did that happen? >> another sketchy guy, we think a racist, created a fact sheet, black versus white, homicide stats. >> let me stop that. where did he create that? >> you can just go on the internet and create anything you want and put it out there on twitter. it doesn't have to be true. >> some racist guy put these bogus stats, all right, he put
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them on an internet site and took the bogus stats and tweeted them out? >> right. it somehow filtered up to trump and another talk radio show host. trump retweeted it and got into a lot of trouble because those stats are way off. >> how would trump get it on his tweet system? how does that happen? >> his tweet system. his tweet system will receive a ping and it will show up on his filter -- >> why would he get it from some racist nut? >> some guy can sa say @billo'reilly o or @donaldtrump. >> so it is likely one of trump supporters found it and gave it to him -- >> no, no, he just retweeted, didn't think a thing of it but -- >> but shows up how? who sends it to him? >> like i said, if you're on twitter, you can alert people with their handle. you have handle, you're on twitter now.
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bill o'reilly. it shows up. and you can retweet it. >> so if you know trump's handle you can send any garbage you want? >> yeah. people send garbage to you all the time. >> i don't see it. i have people. >> i don't have anybody. >> like in the godfather, we have buffers, senator -- >> you have people that have people. >> i'm busy and i have important things to do. but we do get information. but we verify it. >> right. >> he didn't verify -- >> he did not verify it. >> so the information was all wrong and i had to correct him. >> and he didn't back down. >> yeah, he did. he didn't say the information was correct. he said, it's not my fault, i retweeted. >> exactly. >> i don't retweet anything. i do tweet. >> you do. >> i do. @o'reillyfactor. twice a day. so they are all verified, by the way. i'm not sending you nonsense. jesse waters, tip of the day, what did donald trump and barack obama have in common? the tip, moments away. if you have high blood pressure like i do,
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tip of the day, barack obama and donald trump have something in common. another reminder we have january chaos on billoreilly.com. you buy a copy of killing reagan you get a copy of brand new thriller the news makers. and if you become a billoreilly.c billoreilly.com premium member, you get any book free, including reagan, news makers. this book is bankrupting us. check it out. . is it possible to like someone who has lied? i heard you say you like hillary clinton. dihear you correctly? >> my philosophy is this, john. hate the sin, love the sinner. all of us are sinner so the
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stone casting deal, a tough one. which is why i included that scene in "killing jesus." i do not approve of some of hillary clinton's actions and i've made that quite clear. she has hired despicable people who i truly do not like. but my dealings with her have been civil and respectful one on one. the best political reporting comes from journalists who do not allow emotion to cloud their judgment. hate is a very powerful emotion. bill, you said last time around new hampshire didn't like hillary clinton. she won the primary. far less than predicted when the race started. so the answer has never really embraced mrs. clinton. bill, spot on about socialism. winston churchill once said socialism is the philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of not i have. it's inherent virtue is the
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equal sharing of misery. i play pool with young people that are not doing well and blame the government. they really like what bernie sanders is saying. >> in view of boycotting of the oscars over race, i've decided to boycott the nba where white athletes are underrepresented. >> come on, this is opinion voting. nba is objective. who scores, who plays defense, who wins. a mean officers for 2 of years, i just became a premier member on o'reilly.com. overdue. you and your team are right on with research, reporting and focussing on what is important. day, what barack obama and trump have in common. that is some folks that really hate them, really hate them, over the top hatred. not healthy. now i know both men. they are not evil. both see things in unique ways. i think that's fair. those ways may offend you.
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and those ways might even cause damage to the united states of america. nothing wrong with stating your opinion on barack obama and donald trump and what they do and say. nothing wrong. but when you wish them harm, that crosses the line. passion about your country must be controlled. no need it hate folks with whom you disagree. simply express your opinion rationally. no need to do the alexander hamilton deal. that's the tip of the day. please check out the fox news factor website. word of the day, do not use snollygoster. again, thanks for watching us tonight. miss megyn is next. i am bill o'reilly. the spin stops here.
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we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight in a power pul fell can i file exclusive. one of the most influential publications in american conservative thought. publishing a dire warning from nearly two dozen of the nation's best known conservatives. donald trump must be stopped. less than an hour from now, this will be the cover of the well known national review. cover page titled "against trump." the magazine started by william s. buckley junior more than 60 years ago. describing a true conservative at the time describing a thwart history yelling, stop. tonight these conservatives join together in an attempt to do just that.

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