the ad, have you seen it? >> i've got the whole -- for people who have forgot. the kwaefrt-pouquarter-pounder junior. and the grand mac. i'm eric bolling along with kimberly guilfoyle. geraldo rivera, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." well those hoping to stop donald trump coupled with those spending a ton of money to stop donald trump from winning the nomination, were delivered a huge blow last night as the republican front-runner won his home state of new york. in an absolute blow-out. john kasich trailed way behind in second place and ted cruz fared even worse in third. >> we're going to be so strong again, we're going to be really, i mean legitimately so great
again, and i just can't wait. so we don't have much of a race any more, based on what i'm seeing on television. senator cruz is just about mathematically eliminated. we're really, really rocking. >> just moments ago, ted cruz vowing he's in it for the long haul, said this. >> what is clear today is that we are headed to a contested convention. nobody is able to reach 1237. i'm not going to reach 1237 and donald trump is not going to reach 1237. we're going to arrive in cleveland with me having a ton of delegates and with donald having a ton of delegates. the only condition in which i would leave the race is if it was clear there was no path to victory. at this point we are headed on a path to vist ctory. >> cruz is mathematically
eliminated from achieving the 1237 number last night. he seems to be relying on other methods. as i've said here many times, i think trump will hit the 1237 erasing those other methods. kg, your thoughts on what went down last night? maybe even weigh in on donald trump. we had a little sound byte from donald trump's victory speech last night. a bit of a different tone. >> i think it was a good tone. it seems like there's some maturation along the election process. which i think was much needed, especially also with branching out his operation. there's no way to call it any other thing, though, than a huge victory. very big numbers that he put up on the board. they thought that they would do well. they were hoping, shooting to be able to get snag all the delegates. but that's, that was a pretty commanding victory and a nice piece of momentum if you're a candidate going forward into the rest of the states to try and finish the 100-yard dash versus the 90. >> dana, one of the knocks on donald trump has been the woman vote. the female vote.
he nailed 57% of that vote last night. that's pretty, almost commensurate with his total vote totals. >> republican women in new york went for him. that worked in his favor. but it's not just that he's got 100% name i.d. in the country, but people in new york know him and they really like him. i wasn't exactly surprised by that number. the numbers though nationally and in a general election with women are, i would think would be a concern for donald trump. he tried to do something last night which is to make himself inevitable. that's a smart thing to do, that's what a front-runner would do. but cruz is saying not next tuesday, but the tuesday after that, you get into more cruz-friendly states, in his opinion. because the demographics line up with trump with somewhat conservative and evangelical states out west, cruz thinks he's got a chance. >> to stop him from the 1237. everyone said donald trump was expected to win his home state. he got 60% of his home state. ted cruz got 47% of texas and
john kasich got 47% of ohio. >> there were a lot more candidates in the race. >> but trump did outperform the others in their home states. >> you can look at it this way. trump did way better in texas than cruz did in new york. which may say that trump has a more broader appeal than cruz does. i happen to think he does. but what's next? i think you're going to see a politicalf monkey in the middle. when you play that as a kid. you're going to have cruz on one side, kasich on the other, they're going to be throwing the delegates over so trump can't catch them. it reminds me of what they do in "the price is right" and where somebody bids, $1200, and the next person bids $1 more. what trump has to think, about is how are you going to deal with hillary. their opposition research. what they have on you. that means you've got to
sacrifice your ego and start talking to the people around you about what she going to do to me? what is she going to come after me about? you've got to start building up your immune system. the fact is your immune system wasn't hit by our media our media didn't touch you. hillary is not going to be nice to you as all the networks were. >> for all the 172 delegates up for grabs next tuesday night, connecticut, delaware, maryland, pennsylvania and rhode island and all the states that have polling have trump anywhere between 14 and 20%. >> i think to dana's point. i think trump is inevitable. i think cruz is old news, he's dead, he just doesn't know it yet. i think bernie is burnt out. trump, i spoke to him last night, he's ebullient. he's going into the northeastern states and he's going to get the lion's share of those delegates. if he's not at the magic number, ehe's going to be damn close to it. >> can i point out, you said trump said you brought up the
rating system. when bernie sanders said the system of government is rigged. >> that's why they need to run together, the rigged brothers. is trump doing what he does best, hey, bernie sanders, if your guy's not the nominee on your side, come vote for me. >> i like trump when ice winning, not whining. >> i'm glad you brought tone back. kimberly suggests you saw a different trump, much more presidential quote-unquote last night. that moderation did not last through today. he's all sharp elbows and lying ted. he was exactly back to where he was before he won the overwhelming victory here in the empire state. >> can't change those spots. last night hannity asked trump's convention manager about reports that cruz would try to block the front-runner on a second ballot at the convention. here was his response. >> it's not going to be a second ballot so it's not an issue. >> you're convinced? >> we have several ways to get to 1237.
by early june. today was a giant step forward. we think we're going to have another great week next week. more importantly what you saw, you saw record turn-out today in new york. a record turn-out with a primary that everybody knew donald trump was going to win. >> a lot of the talk, a lot of the talk was that donald trump might br bring new york state back into play in the general election for republicans. >> i do think -- i voted in manhattan. and i think that manhattan is the one borough that went for kasich. but the turnout was really big. and trump, dana says everybody knows him and everybody likes him, that's true. but it's bigger even than that. i submit that trump is a movie star. trump is a very, very compelling and charismatic person. >> control yourself, geraldo. and hillary clinton, until last night, until last night was very underwhelming as a candidate. last night was her first time
where she seems now, inevitable. >> i think you know, trump crushed cruz and kasich, like a steamroller over a pigeon. there are 865,000 that voted in the republican primary. the democrats had 1.8 million. so that means you won now, but you're going to have to get a lot more out there. >> aren't there a lot more democrats than republicas? is that even a fair comparison? >> that's what she's saying. >> 700,000 voted for bernie sanders. they're going to have to go somewhere. what do you think, dana? >> i think they go to hillary, yeah. >> yeah. the other thing is it's the new england states. when hillary clinton, when barack obama won re-election, that night she knew, when i go to run in 2016, i will start off with about 240 electoral votes. just looking at the map. the map could look different than the map we've seen in the last several elections. but the blue wall, this is
cruz's point. donald trump could very well sweep all of those states next tuesday. and he'll do very well. but it comes to a general election, the new england states haven't voted for a republican president in like ages. maybe all of a sudden this will change. >> well will they vote for cruz? >> no, never, that's cruz's point. >> will -- >> we're going to have the republicans have the worst problem. >> ted cruz. >> ted cruz is going to go back to uncle fester-hood. >> that's just -- this is what i think is amazing. it's, we talk, talk about the maturation of the campaign and how it's good that he's like not insulting people and we do it. i don't like to participate in the personal identity politics. >> i withdraw my remark. >> you meant grandpa al. >> let's keep a positive tone. in order for donald trump or ted cruz to win a general election, they have to court the hispanic vote. can either one of those guys get
the hispanic vote? >> well you certainly have to try and why not. everybody's vote should be open and up for grabs, right? to try to persuade the candidates. well look trump feels like he's got a strong chance to be able to do it let's see. >> he can't do it. >> well he's not going to get all of it. but he's going to get some latinos. >> unless he backs off this draconian, obnoxious hideous policy of forced deportation of families, including citizen children, he will not get any meaningful hispanic votes. >> the children thing is a problem. >> if he won't do that and ted cruz and donald trump both agree that a border wall should be built. you're down to john kasich or someone else or losing. >> this is kind of the scary, realization for republicans, that trump took a big step to winning the nomination, and hillary took a big step to winning the presidency. unless trump can somehow convince the general electorate that he's not as extreme as geraldo said. he's got to learn that there's
more to life than white males. and he's got to convince these ideological conservative republicans that he's alienated through the relentless berating of their principles that he's one of them. >> can he do it? >> on the hispanic side, whoever the republican nominee is it's estimated because of the growth in demographics that you need to win about 40% of the hispanic vote. george w. bush won 44%. mccain was around like i guess like 32%, maybe? mitt romney, 27%. donald trump right now, has an 85% disapproval rating with the hispanic community. so if you, if just pure numberswise, you got to get 40%, you have a heck of a lot of work to do. >> cruz or kasich get there? >> cruz and kasich are slightly better. but not much. so everybody has a lot more work to do. >> trump's pivot hasn't taken place yet. it will. once you have to be a crazy person to win the republican nomination. on the issue of immigration, once it happens, he's got to pivot and pivot strongly and
say, i didn't mean of course i'll prioritize, i'll go after the rapists and the drug dealers, i'm not going after mom and dad, juan and maria. >> the wall will not be his priority. >> we're going to go, bernie sanders was on winning streak, but hillary clinton stopped him in his tracks last night, has a democratic socialist been stopped for good? his campaign manager coming up next. ♪ i could get used to this. now you can, with the luxuriously transformed 2016 lexus es and es hybrid. ♪ we ship everything you atcan imagine.n, and everything we ship has something in common. whether it's expedited overnight... ...or shipped around the globe,
all right. hillary clinton won big last night in her home state of new york. making it close to impossible for bernie sanders to ever overtake her in the delegate count. she's already talking like the nomination is hers. >> and to all the people who supported senator sanders, i believe there is much more that unites us than divides us. tonight, little less than a year later, the race for the democratic nomination is in the home stretch and victory is in sight. >> the sanders campaign, however, still see as path
forward. >> look, we're going to go to the convention, it is extremely unlikely that either candidate will have the requisite number of pledge delegates to get to this number, right? so it's going to be an election determined by the superdelegates. >> okay. and then there are some conflicting messages, though, because a senior strategist for bernie indicates the campaign will re-evaluate after next tuesday's contests in the northeast. so, which is it, greg? >> well you know -- >> i've got to tell you the real winner is bernie sanders. a year ago he was novelty. he was a socialist who wrote amateur porn and was thrown out of a commune. now he's america's fuzziest cuddliest leftist. he'll be the first person to make a profit from socialism, ever. >> giving speeches, all of the above. >> he won't know how to charge, he's never made any money. >> he could be secretary of the treasury for hillary clinton.
>> don't say that. >> can you imagine that? >> better get something. right, dana? >> he'll have an ability to at least make some sort of demand, either at the convention or with the party. >> why? what's his leverage? >> all these people? he's won 71% of the youth vote. >> he got routed, in this election. in a way that -- >> new york state is not like the end all be all. there's a whole country out there. >> but new york's election showed is that you have to register, you have to be a resident. you know, these are very fickle, his supporters. i don't think that bernie goes anywhere. >> how many of them actually voted. when you think about it, remember all these people that came, but a lot of them like -- >> 100,000. >> remember ed henry said a lot of the people in new york were college kids from other states and stuff. >> maybe they'll vote there. >> i didn't think of that. >> so you did, you had two senior campaign people on sanders saying one said he is going to go all the way to the
convention. the other saying we'll re-evaluate in a week. i think what bernie did himself was very telling. bernie went back to vermont. meanwhile all the other candidates looked forward to the next, donald trump, was in indiana. ted cruz was in pennsylvania. they all hit the road and started on the next contest. where bernie said let's re-evaluate. >> we would rather see knock 'em out. drag-out, bring it to the convention fight, so that the sanders voters are courtable in a general election. >> so you think, that's obviously what would benefit the gop. if you're going for sanders, what do you think is the best strategy. do you re-evaluate after tuesday? >> i think greg's right, that bernie is becoming a bit of a rock star in the liberal cause and the longer he stays in it and draws 27,000 people, the
better his book selling and all of those things are down the road. >> he won't know how to do it. >> so i get paid for this? >> 90% i got to give away? >> it won't be amateur any more. >> that's true. >> so "meet the press" host chuck todd doesn't see a path forward for sanders, with one exception. >> at this point he's only got the fbi, that's his last get out of nomination free card or whatever. there's just -- the pass -- i think now how does he, he's got an opportunity to take the party over, sort of the heart of the party, if he wants it. but if he goes out and takes the ball and screams and goes home, the clinton people shut him out. >> what i think about bernie sanders, he has won 71% of the outvote so far, that's more than barack obama was able to garner from youth vote in both of his campaigns in '08 and 2012.
one of the things that the democrats admit that they have a problem with is that the future of their party is i'm not going to say it's bleak. but all of their leadership is really old. so and look at their two candidates, they're in their late 60s, early 70s. so he has an ability to look into this coalition that he has built and figure out how can he help try to unite the democratic party. i do think that she will have to figure out some way to address the fact that the party has moved so far left, they're going to want a piece of something. and don't forget elizabeth warren has yet to endorse, she hasn't hit the campaign trail. she's been waiting in the wings. if hillary clinton deploys her, i think that elizabeth warren could be that bridge between what the bernie sanders voters wants and hillary clinton can deliver. >> i think it's going to be the running mate, the running mate, corey booker, an african-american, a minority person or a latino. that is the future of the democratic party. it's more, it's less the
millennial college white kids, than it is i think the burgeoning population you mentioned earlier, the latinos are an ever-larger portion of the voting population now. african-americans are going to be motivated to vote against trump for whatever their reasons. i think that you know, the selection of a running mate, a youthful, different generation minority person of color, i think that's where the democrats get their support. >> she's going to have the african-american vote, she's going to do well there. >> i agree. but the generational aspect of it. i think will take care of itself. bernie sanders, i don't see bernie sanders leading that crowd washington square park. >> she has an achilles in the african-american vote which we've talked about extensively here. the '94 crime bill. that she was just supporting her husband's bill. she was out there stumping for it. and i don't think sanders ever exploited that. he was worried to do it. he was polling so low with african-americans. i think that -- >> or whoever the republican is,
could go after her hard on that saying, look, she didn't d no favors to the african-american community at least hear our side of it hear what we have to say about it she's flip-flopped on it dramatically. >> her unfavorables are so historically high for a front-runner. same on the republican side. but i think that because he didn't have enough money at the time, their decision not to play in the southern states, aggressively as he could have will probably hurt him on that front. >> that was a big misstep right there missed opportunity. president obama met today with saudi arabia's king as the country threatens consequences if congress passes a 9/11 bill back at home, that's coming up on "the five." ♪
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cannot happen overnight. no single speech can eradicate years of mistrust. if we choose to be bound by the past, we will never move forward. the people of the world can live together in peace. we know that is god's vision. now that must be our work here on earth. >> in his first year in office, president obama sought a new beginning with the middle east. what a difference seven years makes, he's returned to the region that is more violent, with relations more strained. he arrived in saudi arabia today, to meet with the king amid tensions over his outreach to iran, his policy towards syria and also a 9/11 bill back at home it allow families to be able to sue the kingdom for attacks. here were both leaders earlier today. >> i and the saudi people are very pleased that the president is coming to the kingdom. >> the american people send their greetings, we're very grateful for your hospitality, not for only this meeting but for hosting.
-- [ inaudible ] >> thank you, mr. president, the feeling is mutual between us and the american people. >> he began his trip on what politico called an apology tour. this is michael signing, the managing director at the washington institute said -- >> so a tough trip for the president in saudi arabia. >> kimberly? >> i was looking at you and i was just assuming you could see me looking at you. >> the question is, what do you make of that, kimberly? >> this is really -- tough timing i think for the president. can you imagine having to go over there, given everything that's going on. it's very dicey, a delicate situation in terms of diplomacy and let's be realistic about this. we cannot afford to let this
government fail, to be honest. because the people who will step in, someone like iran to capitalize and take advantage of it so such a precarious balance as it is already in the middle east. where do you go from here? what happens next? if you topple and cause problems for this government. a huge problem, i think. >> eric, since he was there in 2009, the rise of isis, saudis tilting towards russia. iran is ascendant and also saudi is mad at us about that. and the yemeni jordan refugee crisis. across the board, this is not necessarily the region he thought he would be leaving to a successor. >> when he gave that speech, we talk eed about it, we thought h could he be that poly-annic. lead from behind. i printed the speech because i knew we talked about it time and time again over the last seven years.
but for all these things thaw point out have happened in that time. but as recently as a few days ago when he gave that interview to the "atlantic" magazine, he told the saudis through "the atlantic" magazine interview that the saudis need to learn how to share the neighborhood with iran. there we are, seven years later off that speech and he has learned nothing from all those events that you've outlined. and frankly, he's put us in a much, put the middle east in a far riskier position and -- >> the lead is, saudi arabia is a thug country. that we've been kissing their behind, for decades because of oil. who funds isis? who funds al nusra? who funds al qaeda? who funds the taliban? who has disrupted the entire south asian/northern africa? it is saudi money now. we are allowing families, congress wants to allow families to sue saudi arabia because 19
or 16 of the 19 hijackerers were saudis. and there are 28 pages in the 9/11 investigative report that has that truth in it. open it up and recognize saudi arabia for what it is. they are no friends of ours. and i think that when you talk about relative peril to america, there is no comparison. saudi arabia is far more dangerous to the united states -- >> i would agree with everything you said, with the exception of that last part. >> gutfeld, i would say that the only thing worse than having an alliance with saudi arabia is not having an alliance with saudi arabia. >> you know what's interesting to me, it's 2016 and we meet with kings. i mean, when we go to finland, do we hook up with a vikings? >> we hope so. >> well, you do. >> do we have pirates in our rolo dex? why are we dealing with these people? we don't talk to pirates or viking, yet we go to kings, a king should only be the name of a basketball team. they're blackmailing us, what,
house of saud had no oil? they're like the cousin who won the lottery and does nothing but buy stuff for themselves, while everybody else gets nothing. the more we frack, the more they bail. we have the left that tells us we can't drill, we can't frack. that just plays into the hands of these guys. we have to -- i'm spitting i'm so angry we have to become energy independent completely so we don't rely on these people. these kings. >> you know what else we do with them, too? we sell them high-tech military infrastructure. >> that they use to kill -- >> if you want to get off the oil junk, get off the dollar junk that you're selling them military equipment for money. $95 billion we've sold them. >> and all the oil, right? and the very large shia population there as well. and that's where the oil -- >> 2016. it's like, you're a king, how can you be a king? how come i'm not a king. >> you're so weird. >> there's no logic behind it.
♪ it's april 20th, i.e., weed day. we mark the achievement that is pot smoking. i get it, life is hard and humans have every right to seek oblivion. whether they find it in a shot glass or a spliff. but in favor of legalization, there's a price to pay for things that indulge human weakness, legalization won't turn you into a pothead, but ambivalence and lethargy will.
and pot loves that. you cannot ban what feeds failure. the problem with the left, they never connect the dots, they he embrace all change without thought of consequence. the problem with the right, we connect too many dots and we see only the bad fearing we will become a nation of stoners. who do you listen to? pot is inert, but we've used it to enable our sloth. given the choice of punching up a resumé or getting high, pot is the easy detour. you must have banned such choices but you can strengthen your resolve. the best things in life are also best as frosting, not cake. an exec doesn't have a martini in the morning, he has it after work. alcohol always tastes better when you've earned it. right now we live in a shallow world where celebrities treat it as an e-ticket. once you see pot as every bit as boring as booze, we can get back to being adults, the kind who don't brag about their vices. i have a theory, geraldo
that pot has become more of an option in life because you live longer. because we live longer, like if your lifespan was 30 years old, you weren't smoking pot, you were trying to take care of stuff. >> i think i was on the board of the national organization for the reform of marijuana laws in the '70s. i thought it was going to happen in the '70s, then came reagan and just say no. it was a big setback. i think marijuana is far more benign than alcohol. it has to be regulated in the same way alcohol is regulated. you don't want kids to use it. if they do, they mess themselves up. they lose their ambition, they become slothful as you suggest there. on the other hand it's a great a analgesic. it's a wonderful drug that has been banned i think in part by the alcohol lobby. and intolerance and the confusion, it's far lessing tha. >> it's 4-20, have you called your son? >> i've been calling him all day.
i've got my eyes on you, buddy. >> you make a good point, once you remove whatever the stigma or the coolness of it, it will become just like alcohol. i will tell you, i can't cite any studies, but anecdotally, i would rather be on the road with someone who is driving after they smoked a joint than someone who drank two martinis. >> they say they drive slower. when you drink you tend to drive faster. >> how about not driving at all. >> generally they're just pulled over. >> kimberly, you're looking at me like -- we've lost our minds. >> i see nothing but vikings. let's go back to that segment. look, you know, you know where i stand on this, right? i also believe that it does have tremendous medicinal benefits, it's very helpful to people, i've seen so many people that i know that have suffered from cancer, when you have this type of really valuable tool to use in the fight against cancer, to help people feel better and to
be able to tolerate their medication, to try to heal and get better, there's obviously a lot of plus side to it as with anything, just like with alcohol, there can be abuses, it's not something i would encourage young people to go out there and smoke and pot and do whatever. i think you have to be careful and responsible about anything you put in your system. >> should it be legalized federally? >> i haven't been for the legalization of it. i think right now, it's state by state, right? but federally, that's someone else's job. >> dana, you know in the old days, well before you were born, the drunk was a comic character, they always had in in comic strips, the drunk guy, foster brooks. now it's like that with pot. you have movie, you have seth rogen, they're always high. celebrities championing pot, it's kind of easy for them to do. they don't have to suffer the consequences of a lifestyle of pot. they still make money. whereas co- -- >> i have a lot of friends who live in colorado. family in colorado. there's mixed opinion about what the legalization has done there.
i think my friends who are parents, think that it's been terrible and my friend who works, he's on the board of a hospital said that their situation there has been much worse. i find it personally unattractive, i don't like it. >> i hate walking into the closet. can i read a couple of tweets from 4-20 day. i know we're running out of time. a tweet from victoria, just to let everybody know, the 25-cent pancake from i-hop is fake. i'm here now and the manager just told me, someone made thaup. this is another. the funny thing about 4-20, everyone who is celebrating did the exact same thing yesterday and they will do the same thing tomorrow. >> 4-20 also happens to be national look-alike days. who could be our doubles? some of you send in your thoughts on facebook and twitter.
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beautiful sophias, loren and vergara. >> very nice. kind fans. >> might be a sandwich. >> might be a sandwich. >> i think that you do -- are you ever confused for any of them? >> people say sophia loren, for sure back when i was modeling i heard that and i've been mistaken a few times for sophia. they say they like my pepsi commercial. >> you speak with a spanish accent. >> greg, is next. viewers chose ben stiller and christopher knight. the guy from the brady bunch. >> peter, actually. >> what do you think of these choices? >> i guess if you took both of their heads and smushed it together. you might get something like me. but i always felt i was like a cleaned-up version of gilbert
godfried. >> now to the elegant dana. hers are grace kelly and heather locklear. >> good job, you guys. >> howard stern really likes your look. i think that the grace kelly -- >> that's nice. >> so does david aston. >> he likes my hair. highlights. >> harassment? >> we had to escort him out. it was awkward. >> it was very sweet. he comes to visit us. >> next up, my man eric here, he got his look-alikes, david hasselhoff and dean martin. >> a very classic cool guy. >> he's totally the hoff, okay? >> he was, he was, i had his son on famous kids. and he -- >> he called in. it was fun, it was a fun show.
>> is this about you or me? >> polling, i think you should sit out one of your pictures again. remember the time when you had the blanco gordito. >> the -- >> yeah. the shirtless thing. >> i don't know. the, thats with the first i heard. i have heard the hasselhoff one before but i never heard the dean martin one. >> get the hasselhoff one. >> i think you look like the "homeland" damian lewis. >> you know when people tell you you look like somebody famous, they assume that it's a compliment. even if the somebody famous isn't attractive. if somebody said you look a lot like don knotts, if he wasn't famous, that wouldn't be a compliment. >> there was a female guest on maury who was a dread ringer for
ted cruz. >> let's not go there, dana will scold me again. >> and finally me, i got tony orlando and groucho marx. >> tony orlando and i used to always say we were cousins. >> so what do you have in common? >> i can't imagine, cigars. >> the two of you in person. it is quite compelling. >> and i love tony. >> he's the best. >> he writes me during the show. >> he's a great guy. >> is that your phone going off during the show? >> is that tony orlando calling? one more thing is up next.
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is time for one more thing, i'll go first, last night stephen colbert had hillary clinton on. but then he followed it up with someone who has been speculated as to maybe being nominated as a potential gop nominee for president? watch. >> it's a no-no. and two no-nos make a yes? >> no. they make a firmer no, period. >> let me say it in clear english -- no! >> okay, how about clear german? nein! >> clear russian? nyet!
>> wow, you seem to know a lot of foreign languages, that kind of international experience will really come in handy if you decide to accept the republican nomination, sir. >> colbert back to the establishment republican character? >> maybe. >> greg, you're up. >> i was on ninth avenue at my buddy's steakhouse, west side steakhouse, who walks up, stephen colbert walking up the street with his lovely wife. he shock my hand and said thank you for making me so much money. and he walked away. nice guy. it really happened. >> i don't get it. >> because of the show, he used to show a lot of fox news clips. always saying that our stuff made him wealthy. >> gotcha. >> and i punched him in the face. >> he should go back to that. >> this sunday greg and dana's town hall, hershey theater in hershey, pennsylvania. 7:00 p.m. we've got larry gatlin and we've got that dog, a meet and greet, it will be awesome.
it's in hershey, pennsylvania. ticket information, ggutfeld.com. it's a blast, you'll love it. >> truth in advertising, it's just a flat dog. >> it's not jasper. >> we'll be talking about the pennsylvania primary. >> no one thought at the time, no one thought that was going to matter. >> and it looks like larry is riding jasper. like a horse. >> we got to give larry better billing. >> real larry. >> you're up, miss kimberly. >> it's time for? ♪ ♪ >> vikings and royals, what else does a girl need. okay. so there's a new stamp out and it's the cutest thing you have ever, ever seen. to celebrate queen elizabeth ii's 90th birthday.
look at prince george sitting with his father prince william and his grandfather, prince charles. >> it's not even for us, it's a royal stamp? why are we doing that if we can't use it? what's the point, kimberly? what's the point? >> it's a cute picture. >> why do he yell at me? he's so anti-royal, right? >> what was the cheap trick guitarist, what was his name? >> rick nielson? >> rick nielson. >> who is the guy who wore that outfit. ac/dc outfit. >> angus young. >> it's a look-alike? a celebrity look-alike. the baby looks like angus young? >> i think kimberly is going to like this. i'm wishing good luck to the denver east high school constitutional scholars team. they are a team that they compete around for the center for civic education. basically, kimberly, it allows
them to testify as constitutional experts before panels of judges, they're judged on that. they won the state competition in colorado. this weekend to the national competition starts friday may 22nd, i'm sorry, april 22nd. at the university of maryland. very proud of them. in the past i've been able to meet supreme court justice the and senators, it's a great club, i'm all for it. >> this is an example of what you can be doing with your life if you want to win. instead of being on the sidelines in life. >> tomorrow, the 30th anniversary of my biggest triumph and my worst disaster, the highest syndicated show ever, the opening of al capone's grave. >> five, four, three, two, one. >> i promised all the critics that if we didn't find anything i would sing a song.
so -- ♪ chicago, chicago, that toddling town ♪ >> i went right across the street when i found nothing. i got tequila drunk. i went to the hotel, do not disturb, i had 22 job offers. never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is next. the race for the white house, with the empire state in the rear-view mirror. it's all about the math. for both parties. this is special report. good evening, welcome to washington, i'm bret baier, while both parties' front-runners say the picture is clear tonight of a possible general election campaign between hillary clinton and donald trump, both races are not over. clinton has piled up a huge delegate lead after trouncing senator bernie sanders in tuesday's new york primary. while donald trump and his newly beefed-up campaign team kept their chances alive of avoiding a contested republican convention. we ha