a fact. kind of like social media equals anti-social. hey guys, i want you to meet my fiancée, denise. hey. good to meet you dennis. hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle. it is 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." it was a showdown no one expected to see at a rally for hillary clinton yesterday. former president bill clinton was in philly stumping for his wife and had a dramatic run-in with some black lives matters protesters. they were upset about an anti-crime bill that he signed while in office. the confrontation lasted more than ten minutes. here's a portion of him sounding off.
>> i don't know how would you characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids up on crack and sent them out to the street to murder african-american children, maybe you thought they were good citizens. she did not. she didn't. you are defending the people who killed the lives that matter. tell the truth. >> today, clinton express someday regrets for that response. >> so did i something yesterday in philadelphia, i almost want to apologize for but i want to use it as an example of the danger threatening our country. >> vigorously defending my wife as i am wont to do and i realize i was talking past her. >> nice recovery? >> give that man a cigar. no, don't. what he said first was
refreshing. and he was correct. he is absolutely right. if they are upset with him over that, go after the community leaders who wanted it. what that act did in the mid '90s, it stopped horrendous rise. he cut the homicide rate in half. that was not the only thing that did it but it sure as hell helped. so this is a fact that bill clinton has saved more lives than al sharpton, spike lee, the black panthers combined. as he black hero. and there are a lot of people that those black lives activists probably know who are alive because of bill clinton. >> very interesting perspective. i like that. started off shaky. >> on you. >> i have about three other jokes that i can't use. >> they've been banned by the better business bureau. >> i think this is a really clever ploy on the part of the clintons. i think they're having their cake and eating it too.
this is bill clinton on one side of the issue and hillary clinton on the other and voters can decide which side they like. they are the most skilled politicians in the universe and this is totally contrived. >> a nice clean-up on aisle 7. anything would you like to clear up? >> i know it is his move. i only did it because gutfeld said i had to do it and then he laughed at me. i'm sorry, bolling. you can do it to make up for it. >> did you see that machiavellian move by the little man there? >> i may be a little man but there's a lot of big things happening. >> they're protesting the first black president. do they know he is not the first black president? that's not right. it is also rich and delightful
to watch. watching democrats fight each other. i'm sick of watching the republicans do it. it is nice to sight on the other side. and greg makes a great point. the welfare reform bill and the poverty bill. violence went down, urban violence went down 50%. what's their eternal i have the? they want more people on welfare? more crime? it doesn't make sense. that he apologizes. it is so soft. >> come on. you know the machine was like. this it's not right. you have to apologize. the problem is hillary relies on black votes right now where they would say the clintons are separating from the black community. the facts are the facts. 90% of black people are killed by other black people. and that you have in the black community this horrible thing
going on of failure of leadership by black leaders. naacp, all the rest of them to get out there and march. they'll march against the cops and you can have an argument because the cops have the power of the state. you know what? there is no excuse for not going directly at black on black crime by black lives matter. the black lives matter people say everybody who raise this point is really diverting from the real issue which is police brutality. you can have a legitimate issue about police brutality but that doesn't equal black on black crime of 90% of black people killed by other black people and yet people want to make excuses and say it is structural. it is because have various historical issues. it is systemic. come. on talk about bull. that's bull. and that's making excuses for the deaths of black people of of course, the politics of it get in the way. ray lewis, i don't think we have this. ray lewis won't a rant on video
and it went viral. what he said in his video, we have to do something about black on black crime if we are responsible black people in this generation. >> juan williams, people! >> that's the problem. >> that's the problem. if jesse says that -- >> tauthor of the soon to be best seller, we the people. >> back in the '90s when we were conservatives and juan was still liberal, we thought bill clinton was a liberal. when you look at him now in 2016, could he still be welcome in his own party if bill clinton, you have speech fascism on campus. you have hatred for criminal justice system and the police. you have apologists for radical islam. i don't think he feels at home. >> the clintons having their cake and eating it too. they can march bill out and he can appease everyone who is a
centrist. wall street in particular. you look at everything wall street did. he was great to corporate america. everything was growing. people on wall street think they're getting bill clinton back. then she can say everything the opposite. so you can vote for the clintons. who knows? >> having their cake -- >> where do you see hillary clinton on the other side? >> because she's taken back what she said. in the past when she supported bill clinton's crime laws. she said in 1996, you know, it is not just gangs of kids anymore. they're called super predators. they have no conscience. no empathy. we can talk about why they ended up that way but first we have to bring them to heal. can you imagine her saying something like that? first we have to bring them to justice. >> that's what she apologized for. she said i shouldn't have said
that they're super predators and deal with they have become murderers. she did not apologize for the 94 reform. and i might add this point to the conversation. for all of this back and forth, do you know that bernie sanders also supported that same 94 law? so i don't know what's going on. because you say, not a liberal. well, bernie sanders is beyond liberal. >> you're helping the clintons there. good on you? can we talk about el presidente a little more? >> he did something at that event that his wife can't be very happy about. he unloaded on president obama's legacy. >> unlike when i became president, a lot of things are coming apart around the world now. we would like to just think about our economic issues. you have to worry about a collapse in europe, dragging back the american economy. you have to worry about all these, the largest number of refugees. since world war ii.
and all this stuff come home. >> my goodness. >> he still has a problem with president obama. he still feels in his heart that he cut in line. that it wasn't fair to his wife. and he could have been first man sooner which would have been a lot more when he was younger, a lot more fun thannow. i think he has got, he will never -- i think president obama knows that as well. they will never be besties. >> it's true though. they did steal it right from out under. there's no love lost there. for sure. >> it is like he's going sxlang he's talking and then remembers -- he hates obama and then he goes in on them and then he catches himself and he tries on backtrack and he says forget it. i'm going after them after all. you can tell they hate each other. it is just a matter of when it blows up. >> at this point how many will he be helpful to her on the trail if we keep having these?
>> you roll the dice with him. you never know what's going to happen. you make a great point. i think he is the attack dog and she stays home. this is the second time he is going after them on economics, and remember what he said. i think it was in south carolina he said a few years back. this guy obama would be getting me coffee. and bill clinton was accused of being racist in south carolina. they hate each other. he xlanls that president obama doesn't call him for advice. remember? bush talks to him. 41 talks to him. obama doesn't call anybody. >> one thing is bill clinton is praising bill clinton. he wants everybody to put all kinds around -- >> what? >> that's a good point. >> he wants all the be applause for himself. the second thing is i don't think they hate each other.
i know republicans want to say that. but you can't forget. barack obama chose hillary clinton as secretary of state. >> he wanted her to be his secretary. >> that might be the real deal. and the second thing is don't forget from bernie sanders's perspective, and this is something that burns the bern, he thinks that obama white house is really behind hillary clinton. and in fact, obama said recently, that bernie needs to ramp it down and not divide. so the obamas are not supportive of bernie. >> you know why? they don't think he can win. they want hillary to preserve the legacy. that's what this is about. >> bernie's next step? recomme reparation. he has mentioned it before. he knows hillary is against it. that will be the next debate. i think. >> that's a losing debate for bernie. >> we would invite him once again to join us at the table.
>> what about us? >> five lives matter, bernie! >> any way -- [ laughter ] >> after the break if we still have a show. at war lately over the qualifications, are continue creasing attacks between hillary clinton and bernie sanders doing lasting damage to democrats? juan? and later, facebook friday. to go facebook.com. post your questions for us now. we'll answer some of them ahead. you both have a perfect driving record.
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things have gotten pretty ugly between bernie sanders and hillary clinton. >> we should not get into this tit for tat all i am saying is people will attack us, if they're going to distort our record, as has been the case time and time again, we'll respond. in this campaign as i'm sure you can appreciate. every other day people are coming up to me and say are not you going to attack hillary
clinton on her e-mails? are not you going to attack on the clinton foundation? do you know how many times i've done that? zero. you asked me when i was asked about e-mails. he said enough of these damn e-mails. >> i think people say lots of things. i want to stay focused on the issues. there are contrasts between us. >> they have found a few nice words for one another. >> i think the idea of a ted cruz or donald trump presidency would be unmitigated disaster. i will do everything i can to make sure that does not happen. if secretary clinton is the nominee, i will certainly support her. >> i will take bernie sanders over donald trump or ted cruz any time. they pose real threats to our values, to groups of americans. >>. >> reporter: there attacks doing any damage to the democratic party?
diane feinstein says yes. this is dividing the democratic party. what do you think? >> i don't think so at all. i think that the way to settle this is to send them both into the sub way. hillary and bernie. whichever one can puzzle their way on to the subway gets to be the nominee. we can have hillary going down there with her card trying to buzz through. bernie can have his token. whoever can hand it could be the nominee. it is a fake fight. let's be honest. they're not even being vicious with each other. he is not attack where there's so much room to attack. she knows she has her delegates bought and paid for. it is a joke. >> i agree. i call it a karaoke conflict. watch them argue over qualifications is like adam and eve quarrelling over wardrobe. do you know, he should manage a small town hardware store. because i think he would really enjoy talking on people about
what screw goes there and you have to use the plunger. pull the thing out first. you do. and hillary -- it would be a great warden at like a minimum security penitentiary. she would be good. and she would have so much in common with the customers. >> e-mail prison? >> dan pfeiffer who was obama's guru, right? he said bernie is making a serious mistake by saying that hillary clinton is not qualified to be president because clearly she is qualified. and most voters, republicans and democrats say yes, she is qualified. and bernie is saying she's not. so it falls flat. >> it was a lame attack. he looks erratic. when you are 70, don't look erratic. it doesn't look good on you. he had a lot of things going for him. his poll numbers are going up and now he's flip flopping. i admire how the democrats keep
everybody in line. republicans are basically burning the house down and the democrats are like, i'm sorry, i'm sorry. anything for the good of the party. and then republicans are talking about running a third party. so i just wish the republicans could maybe learn a little thing or two from the democrats about party loyalty. >> right. otherwise, they're playing for the other team. all of this infighting and disenfranchising voters ends up with one foregone conclusion. hillary. >> who is disenfranchised? nobody is. you vote for who you vote for. you get the majority. sorry. >> change the rules. >> they're not going to change the rules. stop listening to alice jones. >> they're tearing each other down. they're so forgetive at tearing down the people in their own party. >> the problem, we started with 17. right? the republicans started with 17. that was always the problem. you have too many. the democrats are very good at
keeping it to two or three. i think there were four. i love jim webb. >> oh! that's nice. >> he is the original democrat. >> and you wanted martin o'malley, as i recall. >> i was supposed to stop this segment. why would i stop these republicans admiring the democrats' unity? still to come, the not letting up. trump still taunting cruz over his new york jabs. if a denture were to be put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula
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thinking of the new york voters. he has to defend that. >> the people across new york and across the country know exactly what new york values means. those are the values of liberal democratic politicians who have been hammering the state. i've been campaigning across new york. and peel are stopping me literally every day and saying i know exactly what you men and i'm fed one what these liberal democrats are doing to us, the people of new york. and donald trump has been funding it year after year after year. >> in case any new yorkers have forgotten about cruz' remark, donald trump is sure to remind them with his new post on instagram. everyone understands the values in new york city focus around money and the media. >> i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york.
>> krauthammer doesn't think anything with help him. >> cruz is completely defensive. he doesn't even have a chance to talk about his issues in new york. he has to defend the new york values stuff which was an enormous mistake. it didn't really help him in iowa. he could have done without that phrase. how does he defend? he can't. >> so i think he is toast in new york. probably in new jersey, connecticut. i don't think he will play very. >> that's the problem. it is one of those indefensive, he has tried to say i was talking about people like anthony wiener and that. that's not what em. when you say new york values, it is insulting to boston, boston strong, the marathon. new york values, everybody's
hearts just swelled up with pride when 9/11 happen. we were a country together. so it won't play well for him. >> he come to new york, he gets heckled, the lab roids are killing him. >> i have to defend cruz on this one. >> you're going to defend him? >> why not? he was not trafficking under the illusion that he was going to win new york. are you kidding me? son of sam had a better channel of winning new york than ted cruz. you also shouldn't think this is great for trump. he is less popular with women handle the dirty sheets. so that's like standing at the gal owes and saying i can see my house from here. >> he will win new york, delaware, maryland.
>> let me tell you all the ways i hate this comment. no matter what he says, he make it worse. i work for fox business. money and the media? he's saying he hates money and the media. when he says new york values, it is like, don't sit where he's at. he has new york values. you might catch it. he is trying to say he's a democrat in republican clothing. then say that. don't say new york values. like everyone from new york has the coo the ies. >> i love watching them defend new york liberals. kudos. >> he didn't specify. >> new york got everybody going. and i think it pivoted in the other direction.
if co-take it back, do you think cruz would go back in time and take this back or not? >> no. he was trying to win the evangelical vote in iowa when he made it. he was very direct in trying to appeal to those evangelicals. and i don't think that it is true. he said i'm talking about liberal politicians like governor cuomo. he was not. he said exactly what melissa said. he said it was about the financial industry, the media industry. that has open a whole other can of worm? you're suggesting anti-semitism. >> that's what people are saying. i don't buy it. i'll leave that judgment to you. as a politician, or an adviser, why would you want that in. >> this is like bernie sanders going into texas and saying you hate the dallas cowboys. >> it doesn't work. what do we see? giuliani won't even endorse him
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confirmation from the belgian authorities in the last hour and a half, as you noted, mohammed abreeni, we know for a fact he was wanted in connection with the paris terror attacks last november that 11th 130 dead. he was seen transporting the now paris arrested attacker. they're looking very hard to confirm that he was the so-called man in the hat. the third suspect at the airport bombing in brussels last month. all told, 32 people dead. a suspect was seen in video yesterday and they're working to confirm that this man is that man. all they said tonight was dna and finger prints were found at the apartments used by the terrorist. a second man could have paid a part in the metro bombings. so major arrests tied to the paris terror attack. >> thank you.
a big interview airing this weekend fox news. chris wallace has an exclusive sitdown with president obama and fox news sunday. it is the president's first appearance on the show since he was elected. they talk about everything from the current election to terror to hillary clinton's e-mail investigation. here's a clip of the president on his supreme court pick. >> have you made a commitment to garland that you'll stick by him through the end of your term? or perhaps let's say, hillary clinton as the newly elected president and let her make the pick? >> i think what we can't have is a situation inhich the republican senate simply says, because it's a democratic president, we are not going to do our job, have hearings and have a vote. >> to button this up, are you saying you will stick with judge garland through the end of your term? >> yes. >> that airs at 2:00 p.m. and
6:00 p.m. eastern. check your local listings. chris wallace joins us more for his one-on-one. >> first of all, they're like my children. i like all of my questions. i would say the two other areas that i talked about with him that were very interesting was one about terror, and the criticism that you hear from all sides, that this president doesn't react appropriately when there's a terror attack. when you have the brussels attack, he stays in cuba and goes to a baseball game. and i asked him about whether or not he actually feels the terror threat that most americans feel. the other thing that will make the most news, he hasn't been
asked about this since last october when he was on "60 minutes." he gave hillary clinton a clean bill of health on the idea that she hasn't affected or endangered national security by her private e-mail. since they have then we found out there were 2,000 e-mails. 22 had top secret information. i asked, does he still give her that same clean bill of health, and then following up on that, can he assure the american people that the fbi investigation into the clinton case, the ultimate decision how to handle it, will be a legal decision and not a political decision? >> you did a great job of teasing that. i am now desperate to hear his answers. juan williams has a question for you. >> in addition to the big interview, gosh, it's 20 years of fox news sunday. i guess i'm the senior guy sitting on that panel. tony snow to chris wallace. great show.
when you are talking on this president, the democrats always say, we don't like going on fox. we had this problem, we had that problem. here's president obama sitting down with you. what does he have to say about the republican campaign, ted cruz, donald trump, governor kasich? >> i didn't ask him, first of all, thank you for all those nice comments. i didn't ask him about that specifically because he doesn't have any problems taking off and criticizing cruz and trump. and he does take a veiled shot at both of them in this when he's talking about the terror and some of the comments they've made like carpet bombing. i did ask him about the anger that we're seeing in this election. not just on the republican side but also the democratic side with the bernie sanders voters. i said do you feel any personal responsibility that after eight years of your presidency, so many americans don't feel, still feel like there is a rigged game in washington and on wall street? he takes some responsibility. i will say he shares the blame
with the republicans. >> hmmm. >> it's jesse here. did he know he was doing a fox news interview? at the library or something? this guy hand done any fox except the super bowl interviews. how did you get this interview? >> well, the key is timing. and in life and in this interview, because we've asked him every week for the last eight years. i am it only took me eight years. i had a sense because he's pushing republicans so hard to give a hearing, he might want to reach out to our audience. that's the pitch they made and they agreed to it. >> i love me some chris wallace. that was great. i'm glad the president sat down. but wise choice.
do you think it went so well that it was quite auspicious? that he might come on fox again? >> well, at the end of the interview, you know, after the cameras were up, i sort of asked him. and em, listen, you always treat me fairly, chris, but he didn't give an answer. so i think it is a definitely maybe. this was a sentimental journey for him. he was a professor at the university chicago at the law school in 2004. we talk as we walk through the law library. you saw those walking shots of us. worst day, biggest accomplishments. we ends up at the office where he wrote the book as a law professor. dreams from my father. it is a cubbie hole. a broom closet. he was there in 2004. and i say it is a heck of a
journey from there to the oval office. what he has to say about that is very interesting. >> all right. >> last question for me. i was curious. if he mentioned me at all. we haven't talked for a while. >> did he but we cut that part of the interview out. >> did he say anything about what he plans to do? he'll be the youngest former president, i believe. so there's plenty of time to catch up on your reading. did he say what he's planning on doing? >> it's interesting. one of the questions i asked him is, do you feel this job has aged you? he said yeah. i don't think emotionally or mentally it has. he said it is so invigorating. i'm giving an answer and i should not. he said but i have a feeling, four or five months after i'm out of office, i have a feeling i'll realize, man, that was really ature blend time and there was a lot of pressure on me. and it will be like some
post-traumatic stress. i will say off camera i asked him. he will stay in washington. his daughter is going to be in high school. and there's been talk that he might move into the neighborhood i'm in. and i am you won't move into my 9, am i? and he said you don't want me to screw up the traffic. there he said don't worry. i'm not moving into your neighborhood. >> good stuff. >> it depends where you live. >> thank you so much. we look forward to watching your exclusive interview with the president. it airs on sunday on the fox news channel at 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern. check your local listings for that one. facebook friday is up next. i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn
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>> i would eat blue crab covered with old bay. >> interesting. you know what mine is, right? salami. do you know why? you can bring it anywhere with you. it doesn't need to be refrigerated. always so tasty. >> i would say bald eagles. >> oh! >> from jennifer. what was the one thing that was the most instrumental in becoming the person you are today? >> we'll thing way. >> death of my mother. -- definitely my mother. >> boxing. >> i'm going with my wife. i'm smart. >> very good. >> i would say growing number hollywood. michael landon. working as a kid. >> i'll bet he was quite an inspiration for you. >> he was a really hard worker.
he was a good guy. a lot of fun. he was very serious, a great businessman. he he kind of help to raise you. >> i was working. he was very, we always said none of the kids on little house on the prairie stealing drug or robbing dry cleaners, he had a pure daniel work ethic. he really drove us hard. >> that's where i get it. >> i was going to say my mother was the most instrumental. then i thought being born was the most instrumental thing that happened to me. so many people have mothers and they're not born. >> okay. >> one more thing is up next. downer. jay knows how to keep his wheels spinning. nice shorts, dad... this is what the pros wear. uhhh... that's why he starts his day with those two scoops in heart healthy kellogg's raisin bran. ready to eat my dust? too bad i already filled up on raisins. kellogg's raisin bran. deliciously heart healthy.
have earned the very best service in return. ♪ usaa. we know what it means to serve. get an auto insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life. it's time for one more thing. so last night, i was on comedy central to talk about my new book, we the people. please to go amazon, your local book store and pick one up. in the course of the interview, trevor asked me what it was like. >> check it out. >> i see your face every day when watching the news and you're on fox. >> right. that must be an interesting world for you to be a part of. >> remember, i am on "the five" so it is four against one. so it is really something.
>> you're not arguing for or against these people. you're going to shape the country, positively or negatively. you're just saying they shape the country this way. like a sculptor gets in there, these are the people who shape america as we live in it right now. >> my thanks to trevor noah and his wonderful staff. i had a great time. and let me say, please go out. open up. "we the people." you're going to have fun with this book. >> i watched it all last night. it was very good. tomorrow night, 10:00 people. one of my heroes from the police. one of the greatest drummers that have ever walked the earth. i have to remind you. me and dana, the town hall. hershey, pennsylvania. we'll have larry gatlin there. and of course, the dog. we talk about politics. we're going to talk about the campaign. we'll talk about the book. there will be a q and a. it will be awesome.
>> i had a very exciting one more thing today. super delighted because we have a new baby in the fox news house. yes, indeed. that is liberty josephine, a beautiful, beautiful daughter of our very own jenna lee. 8 pounds, 5 ounces. her name was chosen many years ago in a phone conversation between them. her daddy was in iraq, deployed there. and named after a fallen seal. and the baby shares the same date of birth as michael monsour. and she was lookinging at the stat you've liberty so it is an incredible story. the baby's name pre derld. the day she was born was not determined. and the middle name is in honor of her great grandmother. so god bless. what a wonderful family and baby trace has a little sister to enjoy. blessings from all of us.
so "variety" magazine today celebrated the power of women and they honored our own megyn kelly who is so powerful, she surrounded herself with other women from fox news shelf gave a very inspirational speech and they said all the ladies at fox news at the table. this crowd from hollywood didn't clap for the rest of us. >> but they liked megyn. >> they only like certain times of women. >> there's the magazine. >> god bless. great job. >> so o'reilly is out and they needed someone to fill in. they called about six people and finally got to me. we'll see how it goes. >> we'll check you out on ha hannity after that. that's it for us. have a great weekend. "special report" is next.
this is a fox news alert. a man suspected of being involved in both the paris terrorist attacks and the bombings in brussels is in custody tonight in belgium. mohammed abrini is the last known suspect from november's terror massacre in france. he also may be the mysterious man in the hat seen leaving the brussels airport after the attack. the latest from london. hello. >> just in the past few hours, we've got confirmation of some major terror arrests in brussels tied t