Skip to main content

tv   The O Reilly Factor  FOX News  May 2, 2016 8:00pm-9:01pm PDT

8:00 pm
hours with all results and analysis out of indiana. you don't want to miss it. tomorrow night, 10:00 eastern. that is all the time we have left this evening. we take attendance and it hurts our feelings if you're not there. thanks for being with us. "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: [shouting] >> move back. >> violence on the far left escalating. a number of police officers hurt in seattle over the weekend. and now little children are joining in. [shouting] >> tonight, a special report. far left violence in america out of control. >> yo barry. you did it, man. you did it. >> the political correct folks angry with comedian larry will more. and also mad at hillary clinton. >> i had a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation. >> tonight, charles krauthammer and i will
8:01 pm
discuss political correctness out of control. ♪ >> what is the biggest lie that you ever told on the white house podium? >> i have never told a lie on the white house podium. >> another one. >> also ahead, jesse watters on the red carpet at the big white house correspondence continuer. >> this got out of control real quick, didn't it? >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. far left violence out of control in america. and that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. yesterday, in seattle, a may day anti-capitalism protest turned violent. >> seattle police right now rolling glass blow balls. >> there it is. [explosions]
8:02 pm
[shouting] >> a number of police officers were injured in the fracas. one hit by a molotov cocktail. some protesters arrested but nothing will really happen to them. in california, and indiana, protests included young children. [bleep], [bleep] >> that's just disgraceful to have those kids out there. disgraceful. protesting can be a good thing. think boston tea party. it's how do you it certainly some voting for donald trump are protesting but they are using the ballot. some on the far left, however, want to destroy not protest. the subinvestor sifs
8:03 pm
subinvestor sifses. political movement becomes destructive and that point has been reached with the far left. we have a very personal example for you tonight. jesse watters was confronted in washington over the weekend by a far left zealot who hectored him and provoked a physical confrontation. here is a back story. in auguste of 2006 i did a commentary on the radio factor that warned young americans not to get intoxicated and put themselves in danger. i was clearly talking about personal safety. based on the murder of 18-year-old jennifer moore from new jersey. ms. moore and a girlfriend came into new york city, got loaded, they separated, and she wound up dead. >> jennifer moore, 18, on her way to college, she was 5'2", 105 pounds, wearing a mini skirt and halter two a bare midriff now again, there you every medicine tore in
8:04 pm
the world is going to pick that up 2:00 in the morning, walking by herself on the west side highway and she gets picked up by a thug. all right? now she is out of her mind drunk. the thug takes her over to new jersey and cab and kills her and rapes her and does all the things to her. the thug is so stupid he uses her cell phone and the cops trace it back to him and they arrest him and charge him with murder. >> now, her killer, draymond coleman pleaded guilty and was sentence to do 50 years in prison. three years after ms. moore's tragic murder in 2009, i was doing a fundraiser for the it happened to alexa foundation, which helps rape victims all over the u.s.a. it's a fine charity. badly needed in america. and i have been supporting it for years. a crazy left website called think progress tried to jam the fundraiser by saying that i had partially blamed jennifer moore for her own
8:05 pm
murder. a despicable lie. doesn't get lower, more vicious than that the woman who wrote the smear piece amanda turkel was interviewed a short time later by jesse watters. >> you wrote a blog about bill o'reilly going to speak for rape function, charity group. you attacked him personally and attacked the foundation and you brought a lot of pain and suffering to this group. what's your reaction. >> what i remember writing was highlighting a comment that bill o'reilly had said. and that's what i remember doing. i don't remember attacking the foundation. >> what did bill o'reilly say? >> i can't remember exactly what he had said. >> and that was the end of that. until saturday night in washington. citing that interview with terkel, this man, ryan grim who works for "the huffington post" confronted jesse watters at a party after the correspondents dinner. a scuffle ensued and watters
8:06 pm
will brief us on that a bit later on. whole thing is insane. this grim character had no business bothering jesse watters about anything. but that is what the far left does. they seek to harm people with whom they disagree. talking points has had enough. all far left kooks that cause trouble and break the law will be held to account here. and a special memo to the local precincts. you should really prosecute people who hurt police officers and bystanders aggressively. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. joining for reaction katie pavlich in new york city and juan williams. what say you, juan? >> i think violence of any kind is to be repudiated. but what i think you confuse is pathology vs. ideology. i think it's pathological tone gauge in the violent behavior like we saw interest in seattle there were peaceful protest for may day and cinco de mayo coming up in over immigration issue in are san
8:07 pm
francisco los angeles. two protests the first one being quite peaceful in seattle. you also have to take into account so. trump protest and rallies we have seen trump people beating up gleem very, very sparse. >> i will pay the medical bills for people. >> it's very sparse and if you're comparing a couple of nuts at a trump rally with organized protest in seattle, you are just going to get laughed out. >> i don't think it's organized. >> why don't we see conservative traditional americans who are angry just like the left on the streets attacking police? why? >> i think they are older crowd. >> older crowd. >> they have more to lose. they don't want arrest record. they don't want to lose their job. young kids, think back to our generation back in the 60's, vietnam. >> you are the one apologizing for it. >> i am telling you i repudiate. i think it's despicable. >> you made 16 excuses for it katie, what say you. >> it's good that juan is saying that he wants to distance himself from it but
8:08 pm
the fact is that the far left has actually very much engaged the left when it comes to condoning this type of behavior. let's not forget the same people violent may day protests same occupy folks. many in the black lives matter movement and those movements have been embraced by the likes of nancy pelosi, debbie wasserman schultz and barack obama. bill, you ask the question why isn't it that conservatives aren't the ones throwing things at cops, hurting police officers. you might want to ask the left why they're the ones glorifying cop killers like jamal in a mainstream fashion. this is a keep seeded ideological issue that goes back to the 1960's with bill ayers and goes all the way in to today. and the so-called normal leftists aren't really that far away when it comes to ideology to the far left. >> coming out of the normal leftist precincts. >> exactly. >> what about these kids. >> i think it's terrible. i think kids get explicitted in. this to me it reminds me the way kids get exploited.
8:09 pm
>> look at the kids. >> there is violence when you think about. so rhetoric that comes out of donald trump about mexicans, about immigrants. he demonizes them. calls them racist and criminal. so you can understand. >> i can't understand. >> why people stranding there and saying hey, don't talk about my mother like that. >> i don't understand why there is 8 and 9-year-old swearing and cursing in the street. >> that's unnecessary. >> unnecessary? >> i don't see any reason. >> unacceptable. >> no it's not unacceptable. >> it isn't acceptable. >> let me just tell you kids march in the civil rights protest. kids have marched in revolutionary war protests in this country. you guys don't want to see it because you say oh they're not on the glit i can't believe you are equating the civil rights and revolutionary war what we saw over the weekend. katie, go. >> let's not compare the civil rights movement to may day. i do want to emphasize that the very same people involved in violent may day protests are the very same people organizing what we would call mainstream leftist movements like occupy, like black lives
8:10 pm
matter and they're embraced by maybe stream people who have a lot of influence in this country and they are leftist have a lot of power. >> thank you both. next on the rundown, some are saying the media is responsible for the political success of donald trump. we will take a look at that and, later, charles krauthammer on politically correct madness. should be interesting and a heart attack doesn't care if you run everyday, or if you're young or old. no matter who you are a heart attack can happen without warning. if you've had a heart attack, a bayer aspirin regimen can help prevent another one. be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. bayer aspirin. raise yyou know,if you've got "save $500 bucks over here." "no, save $300 bucks over here." well, esurance was born online, and built to save. that's auto and home insurance for the modern world. esurance, an allstate company.
8:11 pm
8:12 pm
go to and post your job?
8:13 pm
to over 100 of the web's leading job boards with a single click, then simply select the best candidates from one easy-to-review list. and now you can use ziprecruiter for free. go to oudairy or artificial flavors., so we invented a word that means that. shmorange! and it rhymes with the color of our bottle. to help spread the word, we made t-shirts! reach for the orange, it's 100% shmorange! impact segment tonight. many believe the political success of donald trump has been driven by the electronic media because of all the air time mr. trump receives. >> the media has given $2 million of free advertising to donald. the media created this trump phenomenon and then they don't hold him accountable. >> everyone else give trump speeches wall-to-wall coverage because while they may act outraged by what he
8:14 pm
says they cover it and give it live so they can talk about it and drives ratings. >> the question is are we in the tv media responsible for donald trump's driatic rise. with us here in new york city caitlin huey burns reporter for real clear politics and washington kelly ridel. you are up first. are we driving trump's success? >> absolutely. you can't turn on a tv at night without hearing something about donald trump. ted cruz had it right. he has almost $2 billion in free, earned media if you look at jeb bush, who entered this race over the summer with a shock and awe fundraising jagger naught, he spent $100 million in advertising. he need to do spend 20 times more or fund raise 20 times more just to buy the media coverage that trump was getting. >> i could not get jeb bush on this program. we invited him dozens and dozens of times on this program. i'm not alone. very difficult booking.
8:15 pm
wait, wait. very difficult booking. didn't want the free air time. we offered him every scenario you could possibly offer anybody. that's number one. >> but that's fine, but fox news covers his rallies live all the time. i mean, how many other candidates you have seen their rallies covered live. >> we don't do that here on this program and we don't allow call-s in on this program. i can't talk for the rest of the media i will tell you. this in the beginning ted cruz very hard to book. after a while, i think when he got more comfortable with me, we could get him. john kasich still almost impossible to book him. can't book him. all right? couldn't book as i said governor bush. so, a lot of this whining is their own fault because trump was available and he makes news. he makes news every time he opens his mouth and we are in the news business. go. wait, wait ms. riddel. >> what is news worthy and not news worthy. i would say dold trump's hands is not news worthy and that shouldn't be covered at all. >> that's your opinion.
8:16 pm
this operation decides what's news worthy and been on top for 15 years so i think we know. >> exactly. it's a ratings game. you are right. bill. you are on top. >> i would argue that the coverage of donald trump has been overwhelmingly negative and we have seen in the past that negative coverage would lead to a decline in poll numbers. now, when a candidate is talked about a lot, covered a lot, we do see a spike in poll numbers. when is applied, those numbers tend to come down. we haven't seen that with donald trump. >> to be fair and accurate. a lot of the coverage as riddel points out just let trump say what he wants to say. here is he is giving a speech in terre haute let him go and the others don't get that that is a legitimate point. >> it is a legitimate point. however, trump knows thousand make news. >> yes, he does. >> leading the polls. >> yes, he does. >> wait, mist ms. riddel. >> he has been leading nine
8:17 pm
months out of the ten months he has been running. made news at every turn. >> he makes news. sometimes it's negative news ms. riddel. i have to school. you are a newspaper editor. you are dependent on issue is could you legs. it's a different thing. you are reactive we are proactive. if this man is making news we are going to cover him. >> i have a public service to the rest of the candidates in the race. this summer there was not saying gel vote cast, right? there was 17 candidates in the republican race. this summer donald trump, he dominated three fourths of the news coverage. >> because he was making news. >> these other 16 candidates had zero coverage and you know what they also had zero name i.d. they need to do build their case. >> you are not getting. this most of the other 16 candidates come on with prepared talking points that they repeat over and over and over again. they are not calling people names. they are not calling john mccain saying that he is not a hero. that's news, you see?
8:18 pm
>> i don't know if that is news. >> okay. there you go. then there's the divide. >> public office in the land and we need to serve the public with tax plans. >> my job is not to serve the public. it's to inform the public about the news. last word? >> also donald trump has been tapping into some real concerns among the republican base. you get to these various. >> that's legitimate. >> states where he has been campaigning. i have talked to republican voters across the spectrum who have been agreeing with his sentiment. >> others do that too. >> shows up in public polling and there's there were several other candidates running but none of them went after donald trump until it became politically expedient. >> flamboyant. you fill in the blank what word you want to use. and that's news worthy. that's just the way we are. that's our country. directly ahead. charles krauthammer on what president obama and donald trump have in common. also, charles will deal with the n word remark made by comedian larry will more.
8:19 pm
-- willmore. i have asthma... of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents. breo is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. once your asthma is well controlled, your doctor will decide if you can stop breo and prescribe a different asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. do not take breo more than prescribed. see your doctor if your asthma does not improve or gets worse. ask your doctor if 24-hour breo
8:20 pm
could be a missing piece for you. see if you're eligible for 12 months free at
8:21 pm
8:22 pm
personal story segment tonight. although both parties will feel aggrieved, president obama and donald trump do have something in common. and that is their ability to market themselves. >> ted had a tough week. he went to indiana. hoosier country. stood on a basketball court. [ laughter ] and called the hoop a basketball ring. what else is in his lexicon? baseball sticks. [ laughter ] football hats. but, sure, i'm the foreign
8:23 pm
one. >> i built a great, great company. i built an amazing company. and, frankly, with some of the great assets of the world, very little leverage, very little debt. tremendous cash flow. some of the great assets of the world, bill. i'm very proud of it. >> joining us now from washington charles krauthammer. so the marketing aspect of mr. obama and mr. trump's political success is amazing. do you agree? >> well, i'm sure their market something very good. but that's not what gets you the presidency. it has to be that you are the right man for the moment. and that you sort of get what's in the air. obama understood in 2008 the country was looking for change after 8 years. war weary, had the financial crisis. they wanted a smart guy, stable. very cool. emotionally. and he carried it all the way. he was unknown coming out of nowhere. he had the personality. he had the moment. and he played it right.
8:24 pm
i think that trump also understood the moment, that was the antiestablishment fear furor and many ways resentment. he played it to the hilt. he den greated all denigrate ed all the other candidates. the reason cruz is falling apart in indiana is because he has been labeled. >> he ran as insurgent and then all of the sudden after wisconsin he goes around taking delegates which is okay according to the rules and trump says this thing is fixed. cruz is working under the rules of the establishment. he lost his status as the other insurgent. >> you don't have to but president obama markets himself. the reason i showed that clip is because there isn't a better guy professional median, actor, whatever, to deliver lines the way he does. i mean, his time something impeccable. his facial expressions are
8:25 pm
appropriate. but it is all about him. is he marketing himself as he gives this speech like when bush gave his speeches they were funny. he wasn't marketing himself. he was just throwing the lines out. obama i'm the foreigner. just like okay. it always comes back. the same thing with trump always comes back to trump no matter what question you ask him. the answer is going to come back to him and what he has accomplished. and both of them are brilliant marketers. you don't cut through the fog in the crowd like they did without that. >> well, another thing of saying it commune carrots. you know what ted kennedy said in 1988 about reagan. he said yes, he was a great communicator, but he had something to communicate. that was a real concession to the substance behind reagan. you know, reagan was an actor, he knew how to deal with cameras. he had all the timing and he did that very well.
8:26 pm
whenwhen he said to carter in the debate in 1908 this you go again. the election was over. a phrase he hadn't obviously practiced but he was ready. >> reagan wasn't marketing himself. he was marketing an ideology. obama and trump market themselves. that is the testament of the tee klein of politics. reagan did ideology. coherent political system we lived in when we actually had choices. i'm not sure it's healthy for democracy to go from an obama who is a personality. i think it was mccain who said in the 2008 election he is the most famous man on earth. the biggest celebrity but what we need is a president. it looks like celebrity now trumps everything. and if you know how to play the role. obviously trump had practiced on television very successful reality show for
8:27 pm
14 years if you know how to do obama. you have to be in sync. >> you have to be in sync with what the voters want. both men's marketing abilities has ever been matched in this country forever. >> thank you for the translation from the german. >> we're going to hold charles over for politically correct madness i mean madness. >> brit hume on how the primary tomorrow had go. watters world the red carpet edition. >> donald trump? >> not feeling him at all. and i think if you do feel him, you might as well wear a sign that says i support bigotry and discrimination. >> wow. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. real is touching a ray. amazing is moving like one.
8:28 pm
real is making new friends. amazing is getting this close. real is an animal rescue. amazing is over twenty-seven thousand of them. there is only one place where real and amazing live. seaworld. real. amazing it's easy to love your laxative when that lax loves your body back. only miralax hydrates, eases and softens to unblock naturally, so you have peace of mind from start to finish. love your laxative. miralax.
8:29 pm
8:30 pm
put under a microscope, we can see all the bacteria that still exists. polident's unique micro clean formula works in just 3 minutes, killing 99.99% of odor causing bacteria. for a cleaner, fresher, brighter denture every day.
8:31 pm
continuing now charles krauthammer from washington. a viewer warning. we are going to play you a sound bite that might offend you. so, comedian larry wilmore who made some remarks at the correspondence dinner on saturday has riled up the politically correct crowd. >> mr. president, when a black man can lead the entire free world, where does the loan be me no justice. mr. president, if i'm going to keep it yo barry, did you it my nigger. >> were you offended by
8:32 pm
that, charles? >> no, i wasn't. juan williams was and perhaps he has a bigger claim to making a statement about that. look, we have unspoken rule in our country. you don't make fun of other people. you don't call them names. but you can do it for your own ethnic group. italians about italians, irish about irish, jews about jews, african-americans about african-americans. now, juan's objection is he doesn't accept that in his particular case he said he felt degraded and offended by it. black cultural figures who use the "n" word and in their music have misogyny and use words that are very disrespectful of women and he thinks it degrades and coarsens the culture of black america. and i respect that. so, i understand we have the unspoken rule. you and i are not terribly offended. but can i understand african-americans who might
8:33 pm
be. >> well, i didn't weigh in on whether i was offended or not. >> well, you tell me. >> did i guess wrong? >> no. i wasn't offended because i felt that will more willmore did it in affectionate way. it was almost hodge image. i'm not politically correct individual as everybody knows. when wilmore said it wasn't like a rapper who is using it in a way that's denigrating. it was more of i'm proud of you. then they cut away to president obama who laughed. was that appropriate? i think so, just to be kind to wilmore. he didn't want to embarrass wilmore. i think it's a personal decision. i think everybody should make up their own mind on that. >> so basically in guessing about you, i got it right. will you acknowledge my $u8lrñ yes. insight.
8:34 pm
>> i'm so shallow that's not really accomplishment that you can pretty much guess everything i'm going to doorvelings it's true. fishing in very shallow waters, true. >> here hillary clinton gets in trouble with the politically correct crew. roll it. >> i have had a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak. i'm not going to deal with their temper tantrums or their bullying or their efforts to try to provoke meet. >> so off the reservation has angered some people. >> well, that's lunancy since it has no association. i do think -- let me speak in defense of what some call political correctness there are words that we shouldn't use. and it isn't a matter of being politically correct. it's a matter of being respectful. i will give you an example. the word negro, we don't use the word anymore because its mean has changed over the decades and it has now
8:35 pm
considered condescending and disrespectful. it has not so in the 1960's. in the i have a dream speech it was used 15 times by martin luther king. it was the accepted and the respected way to characterize what we now call african-americans or blacks. you have to recognize that words change their meanings. i came out mildly against the retention of the word redskins for the washington football team. i don't think it's the end of the world. i don't think people who want to keep it are racist. but i do think it's a word that perhaps in the 21920s when the team began was not offensive than it is now. simply as a matter of respect you drop it. >> that's a good message to everybody. if what you say will injure, don't say it. >> exactly. >> it's called respect and politeness and being civil. >> charles, thank you very much. respectful, polite, being civil. >> and no charge 40
8:36 pm
psychiatric services. >> poster boy right here. when we come right back, the latest polling out of indiana. this could be a last stand for ted cruz. then watters world about his very controversial appearance in washington this weekend. those reports moments another day, and i'm still struggling with my diabetes. i do my best to manage. but it's hard to keep up with it. your body and your diabetes change over time. your treatment plan may too. know your options. once-daily toujeo® is a long-acting insulin from the makers of lantus®. it releases slowly to provide consistent insulin levels for a full 24 hours. toujeo® also provides proven full 24-hour blood sugar control and significant a1c reduction. toujeo® is a long-acting, man-made insulin used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes. it contains 3 times as much insulin in 1 milliliter as standard insulin. don't use toujeo® to treat diabetic ketoacidosis, during episodes of low blood sugar, or if you're allergic to insulin. allergic reaction may occur and may be life threatening. don't reuse needles or share insulin pens,
8:37 pm
even if the needle has been changed. the most common side effect is low blood sugar, which can be serious and life threatening. it may cause shaking, sweating, fast heartbeat, and blurred vision. check your blood sugar levels daily while using toujeo®. injection site reactions may occur. don't change your dose or type of insulin without talking to your doctor. tell your doctor if you take other medicines and about all your medical conditions. insulins, including toujeo®, in combination with tzds (thiazolidinediones) may cause serious side effects like heart failure that can lead to death, even if you've never had heart failure before. don't dilute or mix toujeo® with other insulins or solutions as it may not work as intended and you may lose blood sugar control, which could be serious. ask your doctor about toujeo®.
8:38 pm
8:39 pm
real is touching a ray. amazing is moving like one. real is making new friends. amazing is getting this close. real is an animal rescue. amazing is over twenty-seven thousand of them. there is only one place where real and amazing live. seaworld. real. amazing
8:40 pm
thanks for staying with us. i'm bill o'reilly in the election 2016 segment tonight. right now the real clear politics average in indiana has donald trump up by about 9 points over ted cruz. if that holds it, will solidify mr. trump's nomination. joining us now from boca grand florida brit hume. three weeks ago i called it for trump. i said nobody is going to stop him. are you coming that, brit? >> i would say, this will. not only is the real clear politics average just under 10 points but the trend has been in donald trump's direction now for some time in the polling. there is one lone poll out there some time back that had cruz ahead and all the others, a dozen or more have trump ahead and the most recent one from nbc and had him up by 156789 what is happening trump those in the past those have gone on to win stage in the primary season where they start winning everywhere and their margins begin to grow.
8:41 pm
that has certainly been happening with trump over the past several weeks. >> psychological thing for some voters. they see a winner, they see a frontrunner. if they are not passionate about one or the other candidates they will go with that at this point, the republican establishment even has pulled back, all right. you don't hear them -- sununu, the former governor of new hampshire and a great friend to the bushes can't stand trump, but even he said this morning, look, i will vote -- it's like all right, it's going to happen, i'm going to have to vote for him. i think there is resignation among those republicans who don't like trump. >> i think that's true, bill. i think, of course, for republican regulars, this poses a terrible dilemma. because they fear of course that trump will lead them into enormous landslide that could wipe out not only -- not only lose the white house and the senate but possibly even the house. on the other hand, if they try and some way to trach it from trump, if is he close,
8:42 pm
or even, you know. >> yeah, it would be worse. >> then his people had just be -- they look -- it looks like lose, lose to them and i think they are just resigned to it now. >> just going to do it now. we had a segment earlier in the program that you were listening to about the media and some are saying that trump's success is built on the coverage that tv media has given him. and you say? >> i would say that people who say that may be right. maybe his success is what is now a growing minority but still more than anybody else of republican voters. if it's due to the media, then, also, his astronomical negatives are a function of the media as well. think about it, bill. he now -- the last poll we saw with women he is under water 75-24. overall negatives 62% higher even by noticeable margin than hillary clinton. if the media are responsible for his success and his popularity with some
8:43 pm
republicans. a lot of republicans, it also must be responsible following any sensible logic for his unpopularity with the electorate at large. >> i think -- the media basically is going where the story is. and i have said this before. i don't want to be repetitive but the two most stunning political stories of my lifetime are the assassination of president kennedy and the rise to the republican nomination of donald trump. >> he is most unusual. >> stories like that they are going to get covered. >> exactly. he is the most unusual frontrunner we have ever seen in either party that i can remember. >> in history. in history. >> that has lasted. well, certainly in the history that i have covered which doesn't go back to lincoln bus goes back a ways. and he is unmistakenly news worthy. the effect of all of this coverage live coverage of his events which has been to expose him because it's been not only on our channel but
8:44 pm
on many others as well to the huge swath of the american electorate which has seen a significant dose of him, and, you know, if you want to blame the media for his popularity with some. you have to also blame the media or credit, depending on how you look at it his popularity with so many. >> watters on deck. he was in washington this weekend. you may have heard about it. don't miss this one. right back. 80% of women say a healthy lifestyle is a priority. but up to 90% fall short in getting key nutrients from food alone. let's do more. add one a day women's 50+ complete multivitamin. with vitamin d and calcium to help support bone health. one a day. ♪ gaviscon is a proven heartburn remedy that gives you fast-acting, long-lasting relief. it immediately neutralizes acid and only gaviscon helps keep acid down for hours. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief,
8:45 pm
try doctor-recommended gaviscon. ryou know, from car insurance sacompanies shouting, "save $500 bucks over here." "no, save $300 bucks over here." "wait, save $400 bucks right here." with so many places offering so much buck saving, where do you start? well, esurance was born online, raised by technology, and majors in efficiency. so, they're actually built to save you money, and when they save, you save. that's auto and home insurance for the modern world. esurance, an allstate company. click or call.
8:46 pm
man 1:man 2: i am. woman: ex-military? man 2: four tours. woman: you worked with computers? man 2: that's classified, ma'am. man 1: but you're job was network security? man 2: that's classified, sir. woman: let's cut to the chase, here... man 1: what's you're assessment of our security? man 2: [ gasps ] porous. woman: porous? man 2: the old solutions aren't working. man 2: the world has changed. man 1: meaning? man 2: it's not just security. it's defense. it's not just security. it's defense. bae systems.
8:47 pm
back of the book segment tonight. "watters world," the white house correspondents dinner a chance for journalists and celebrities to show off. they all get dressed up and some of them sachet on the
8:48 pm
red carpet. aretha franklin who i love gabriel union did that and watters was there as well. ♪ ♪ >> what's the theme of "watters world" tonight? >> making people& uncomfortable, as usual. >> um-huh. >> this is the i love me night for washington. and they have manage to do rangle hollywood into deciding they love washington, too. >> good to see you. who is going to win in november. >> we -- >> where are you going? >> what's it like being a member of the mainstream liberal media? >> the real question i want to ask is what does it feel like for you to be part of the mainstream liberal media. >> i always feel good because i'm watters and this is my world. now, you are the science guy. what do you think about all these limousine liberals out here with these gas guzzling vehicles? >> well, some of them are --
8:49 pm
>> what is the biggest lie that you ever told on the white house podium? >> i have never told a lie on the white house podium. >> now i know you are lying. >> there is no reason to panic. >> what do you think of all these maniacs inside this party tonight? >> where are we? >> remember when i was chasing you all over the place that. >> was fun. >> enormous regard. >> this guy, chased me down. i was trying to tap dance. i was trying to get away. >> my favorite all-time movie scene was when you had that lesbian kiss in the pool. >> i'm not surprised. >> you take the blonde or i will take the one. [growling] >> are you excited for hillary? >> this got political real quick, didn't it. >> are you excited for hillary? >> i'm excited for whatever gets up on that stage. >> if they make fun of your dad out here tonight, are you going to rush the podium? >> i'm thinking about it. >> who can win in a fight, you or your brother? >> oh, come on. did you see the height advantage i have over don?
8:50 pm
>> did your dad ever have to break up fights between you guys? >> he like to do instigate some fights true trump fashion. >> what's your favorite thing about trump? >> i don't have one. >> i have a thing about trump. >> i don't have one. >> i have a weak stomach. >> are you excited for hillary? >> i certainly am excited for hillary. >> why do you think bernie is trying to keep a woman out of the white house? >> i think we're more likely to get hillary in and i think she'll do a good job. >> are you feeling the bern. >> i love bernie sanders. he's a very intelligent man. >> with your help we're going to win. >> donald trump. >> not feeling him at all. >> are you going to leave the country if donald's elected. >> no, somebody has to stay and fight. >> is it true true that bill got you your job here at fox. >> it is basically true, yes. bill is the god father. >> you can act like a man. >> did you see him storming off
8:51 pm
the couch. >> no, it helped his ratings. >> thank you for that. >> you're welcome. >> i love you, bill. >> how come bill's not here. >> bill's doing yoga tonight. he can't make it. he doesn't know how truly dpreet great a man he is. >> obama. >> all right. here's waters. she got you. >> she did. >> everybody likes that movie. >> i'm glad she's back. she kind of disappeared for ten years. >> that's mean. >> so you got drunk. did you get drunk after the show. >> i've never had a drink in my life. >> you don't drink that much, right. >> water. >> so at 1:30 in the morning and you a far left guy had a little dustup right. >> it was really small ball. i was at this party trying to enjoy myself.
8:52 pm
this guy came up to me. he starts putting it in my face. i was friendly at first and then he started getting a little obnoxious and things happened and i regret it happened and that's all it is. >> you didn't hit him, did you. >> never punched him. >> i would have. i would have been in jail. i have security, but it's to protect people from me, not the security isn't to protect me it's to protect other people from me. so it wasn't exactly alexander hamilton. >> not close. >> you're not marked up. >> i'm good. >> you go tt a lot of publicity out of it. >> yes in we're going to let this go now. >> absolutely. >> you're next assignment is on thursday. we're asking little kids who they want to be president, is that correct? >> that's correct. >> don't frighten them. >> i would never do. >> don't throw any of them
8:53 pm
across the table. all right. this tip might save your life, serio seriously. the tip moments away. constipated? trust number one doctor recommended dulcolax
8:54 pm
use dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief that's why i run on quickbooks. details. i use the payments app to accept credit cards... ...and everything autosyncs. those sales prove my sustainable designs are better for the environment and my bottom line. that's how i own it. terry bradshaw? what a surprise! you know what else is a surprise? shingles. and how it can hit you out of nowhere. i know. i had it. c'mon let's sit down and talk about it. and did you know that one in three people will get shingles? (all) no. that's why i'm reminding people if you had chickenpox then the shingles virus is already inside you. (all) oooh. who's had chickenpox? scoot over. and look that nasty rash can pop up anywhere and the pain can be even worse than it looks. talk to your doctor or pharmacist. about a vaccine that can help prevent shingles.
8:55 pm
♪ ♪ (charge music) you wouldn't hire an organist without hearing them first. charge! so why would you invest without checking brokercheck? check your broker with brokercheck. a life saving suggestion in a moment, but mother's day next sunday and father's day in june so we hope you visit the store and pick up some great gifts moderately priced. if you would like me to sign some books for mom or dad please get those orders in quickly. there are about 15 million copies of the series in print because they're fun to read and you learn a lot as well. now to the mail. john magner. i watched the trump protest and my jaw dropped. you never mentioned mexican flags were being waved. of course i did. that was part of the discussion.
8:56 pm
your letter tells me you didn't watch the segment. you took that piece of false information from a far right website. shame on you. why do you just see left wing protests and not republicans doing that? interesting question. but the trump movement is a form of protest sandy, is it not. but traditional conservative americans tend to obey the law. it's time to stop protesters. this is terrorism. bill, john boehner is under no obligation to explain his opinion regarding ted cruz. he was not speaking behind closed doors. he was at a college forum where no press was allowed, barbara. if you're a public figure criticizing another public figure you should explain your statement in detail. to not do that is unseemly.
8:57 pm
shame on will farl. i cared for my husband who had dementia for 17 years. do you think ferrell backed out of the movie because he felt bad? i doubt it. i don't know why he dropped his product, but i do know you are a hero, an. would you and miller please come to lake charles. come on, judy. hop in the car and drive there. we'll be there october 22nd. louisiana is a beautiful state, drive right across. atlanta the day before. also we see everybody in fa fairfax, virginia. this coming saturday should be a huge crowd and then on sunday in nevada in september. details on the show is on bill
8:58 pm
o' matthew, florida, i'm 11 and i've reading killing lincoln, killing kennedy and killing jesus. do you have any suggestions. i am sending a an advanced copy and i signed it for you. you sound like a good kid. paul brown, ierl land. i disagree with you on everything and would like to come on the factor and make you look like a pinhead. careful what you wish for, paul. many have tried. you might catch me tonight on cobear. he tried. check it out. finally tonight, protecting yourself. last week i went under the knife and had a bunch of sun damaged skin cut off my body. it was a total blast, loved it. back when i was a water safety instructor teaching swimming
8:59 pm
outside all summer long there was no sun block and i am now paying the price. my father passed from mela no, ma'ama so what i do is see a dermatologist every six months just like the dentist and you should too if you're fair skinned or live in the southern part of the u.s.a. get any red spots on your body checked out. never go to the tanning booth, even if john boehner is there. do not go. back to tip of the day. that is it for us tonight. also we'd like you to spout off about the factor from anywhere from the world. o'reilly @fox tomorrow we'll be on live 8:00 and we might have the call when trump and cruz and hillary and everybody might talk and
9:00 pm
anything can happen tomorrow. thanks for watching us tonight. remember the spin stops right here. we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, disturbing displays tonight on the campaign true video shows children shouting expletives at trump supporters and what happened then. that is not only our big story this evening as we look ahead to tomorrow night's primary in indiana. it is clear this is a contest that's likely to reshape this race, it's just a matter of how it turns