hello, i'm kimberly guilfoyle. with juan williams, eric bolling, dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." tonight a fair and balanced examination of the mainstream media's bias with three glaring new examples. first up, donald trump is firing back at the "washington post" after learning the paper has devoted an army of 20 staffers to dig up dirt on every nook and cranny of his life. the gop presumptive nominee thinks the owner has it out for him. >> this is owned as a toy by jeff bezos who controls amazon. he's using the "washington post" for power, so that the
politicians in washington don't tax amazon like they should be taxed. he's worried about me and i think he said that to somebody. it was in some article where he thinks i would go after him for antitrust because he's got a huge antitrust problem. because he's controlling so much and what they've done is he bought this paper for practically nothing and he's using that as a tool for political power against me and other people. >> after the post our segment on this story yesterday. they reached out to us and said they have the same amount of staffing resources devoted to follow hillary clinton. now you remember when this happened yesterday, eric, we had done a story about it. we had, our producer, sean o'rourke was emailing them, contacting them trying to get an answer. evasive, talking about other things, we had the show, the discussion saying we still have yet to hear back from them as to whether or not they had the same amount of staffers devoted to cover hillary clinton. they responded back during the show and said yes, we do. >> they finally came through and
said yes, we do. then today they find a -- they just so happened to find a 1995 audiotape of what is allegedly donald trump saying what a great person donald trump is as a third person. i wonder if they're going to dig up that stuff for hillary clinton? i wonder if we're going to suddenly find some conversations that hillary and bill may have had from 1995 or '94, those might be pretty interesting. >> you think that's comparable? the guy is pretending not to be himself so he can brag about his sexual con quests? >> if there was a -- >> you've done that, juan. >> i pretend to be eric so i can say hey ladies, this is eric bolling. >> don't you think would be interesting to hear a conversation that bill was having with hillary? about where he was last night? >> you think most people pretend to be someone else and then call each other and said hey, eric, this is greg, but it's actually
juan. >> nor do most people have many, many interns and many mistresses in the white house. >> you agree it's weird, you have to. >> i think donald was being thrifty. he was doing his own pr. you know how in sales they use testimonials, he did his own testimonials. >> under a false name. >> but you know what, we all love testimonials and they're always false, he just happen to cut out the middleman. >> he's going to save us so much money, i cannot wait. >> he goes after the "washington post" in that thing as, he says, bezos is using the paper as a political tool. kind of like the "national enquirer." let's face it. which was used as a political tool to trash trump's competitors when you remember the cruz jfk story. the jeff bush cocaine story. they were doing a lot of pr work. >> and the inquirer, does he? >> does he own david pecker?
>> friendship. >> what? >> i blame juan. >> also now that you say that, remember breitbart had all of these stories that were favorable -- people were getting suspicious. >> i know what you're going to do and you just edited yourself. thank you so much. >> for once i held back. >> perfect. let's go to someone sensible. and mature. >> you're going to have to go outside the studio for that. >> that happens at 6:00. dana, what you got for us? >> i'll just let it rip. so you remember sarah palin when she was announced as the vice presidential choice of john mccain in august, late august of 2008. all of a sudden wasilla alaska quadrupled its population overnight, all reporters descended upon that town, they wanted to crowd source her emails to try to figure out a way to i think it's actually
even in the "washington post." this is br bezos, about palin. then you had mitt romney, remember when they went into his background, went back to high school to find out if he had ever bullied a student who was gay? and then so, and the media ran with that. now think about this, if you're cruz or any of the other candidates, you think the "washington post" -- trump's mad at them, okay. fine. but if you are the other republican candidates, you think why did you hold that until after he was already the nominee. why did you hold the story from 1995? did you want donald trump to be the nominee so then you could throw this stuff out there? i think there's, i'm not saying they sat on the story, but i wouldn't be surprised. i think that the story from 1995, which is not when donald trump was in college, he was 44 years old, father of three. making these decisions to call back reporters as himself, he says it wasn't him. you listen to the tape and you decide. there's conflicting information about that. that is the kind of thing that one, he knows is in his background.
his team should have been prepared for it. or two, he needed to come out ahead of time and let people know it was coming. >> you think it hurts him? >> not with people like you that support him, or not people who love him and support him -- well i mean -- i mean -- i'm just trying to -- >> she's saying people who love trump this is not going to faze them. >> this doesn't matter to them. does it matter to people who might be on the fence about who they're going to vote for? there's no great love for hillary clinton, either. so if you're on the fence deciding who to vote for -- i don't know if this will be the story but you can bet there's a lot more to come. with hillary, i don't know how much there is lert to unearth. she ran for president in 2008 there's a lot that had already come out. if you think there's more, i don't know. >> my face is that they put 20 reporters to dig deep into donald trump. going back to 1995. he's been the presumptive
nominee for ten days. >> what do you is you hire the best people in the business. you get them and research and find out everything. >> i've been doing that on you for years. >> oh, my god. you must be so delighted. >> you just wait. >> i do think that there's a dangerous path when you threaten a private company, like amazon, which is not connected to "washington post." jeff bezos is the ceo and founder of amazon and is the owner of the "washington post." on the antitrust thing, he says there's an antitrust problem for amazon. there's no merit to that case. if there's an antitrust case to be made against amazon. i would think the justice department would be already on top of that i think it's dangerous for the government to threat ton target companies with legal action because of personal vendettas. >> didn't he say that bezos says that he thinks donald trump is concerned about an antitrust issue? or bezos is concerned about his own antitrust? >> they have .4% of the retail market in the world i don't
think an antitrust case is going to go forward. >> can you talk about facebook. they're talking to me and dana. >> i'm not saying amazon has an antitrust issue. the way i understood trump's comment is bezos was accusing trump of saying there was an antitrust issue. >> we're going to figure that out. next up, former employees of facebook came forward this week and allege they were told by higher-ups to keep conservative news out of the site's trending topics list. founder mark zuckerberg putting out this statement saying we take this report seriously and are conducting a full investigation to insure our teams upheld the integrity of this product. we found no evidence that the report is true, if we find anything, you have my commitment that we will take additional steps to address it. in the coming weeks i'll be inviting leading conservatives and people from across the political spectrum to talk to me
about this and share their points of view. who got the invite. >> you know what zuckerberg is like? like a liberal parent who suddenly realized that his kid is turning out to be conservative and his kid is facebook. and, he's so paranoid that his creation is going to be less enlightened than him and his generation. but where there's freedom of expression, there will be a conservative leaning over time. as people get older, you become less liberal. the people putting up pictures of their grandkids on facebook are not socialists they're happy little capitalists sharing pictures of their food. the longer that he's here on this planet, the more conservative he's going to get. >> dana and happy people putting up pictures of joslyn. >> jasper. >> they released the list of websites that news organizations that if they saw something from these sites, it should go up to
the top. there were a handful of, i shouldn't say republican, but conservative sites on the list, like breitbart and daily caller, drudge report. but i think one of the things that mark zuckerberg should think about when he meets with conservatives, i don't know how they choose who they're going to meet with. and that's a minefield as well. silicon valley loves diversity when it's about race or gender. but they don't necessarily like diversity of thought. i'm not saying facebook is just itself. but overall i think the entire industry could probably benefit from having more conservative voices or socialist voices whatever it might be. to add diversity to silicon valley. >> hello, bernie. >> what do you think? how outraged are you about the facebook story, to the free market? you don't like what they're doing. >> they mislabeled the trending topic, okay? you have a general understanding that the more popular pieces, it just go with, works its way to
the top of the trending list. unfortunately it's cherry-picked. now that people know it's been cherry-picked, i think it will probably expose mark zuckerberg's, the people that he uses to cherry-pick the stories, they'll make it more fair. if you go to twitter, it's also i believe -- an algorithm that doesn't have a bias one way or the other. it's what's getting the most often -- working up the trending list. >> more like a computer robot, right, greg? >> just by exposing what's been going on, i think facebook will clean it up fairly quickly. you know when you see a trending topic, it's because it's popular, not because zuckerberg hired has a bias. >> here's the counterpoint. in fact people game the system. that people know how to kind of go in and push a story, in order to get attention to a product or attention for an issue or their point of view. this is particularly key with
things like religion where someone will put out -- there will be a whole host of people rushing, saying i feel this, i support that. you have organizations, sending out a specific message. think what the ail goe riclgori doing was trying to defeat the system. i that's why zuckerberg feels he's got to come out and say he's going to investigate it. this would undercut their authority. >> you know what's interesting, though, is progressivism require as safe space, that's why it thrives on campus, you have young, inexperienced minds, paired with radicals. but conservatism in a way is like a predator fish. wherever it seems to go, it kills, it kills liberalism by preying upon open minds so if you look at every area, whether it's talk radio, whether it's the web, whether it's cable news, now social networks, when there is freedom and restrictions are low, the free
market thinking conservatism comes in and takes over and that's what scares liberals. >> i have a great point to make that i can't make. >> i don't think young people are the ones listening to conservatidio. >> they will, trust me, they move on. >> i have a great point, but they're telling me to move on. >> the epa has been criticized for doing something very similar. they were weighing in on public comment periods in order to try to get president obama's rule-making supported and that is actually even worse than anything suggested here. >> good point. >> that's the government. >> got it in, see? and finally it was one of the biggest lies in american history. >> if you like your health care plan you'll be able to keep your health care plan. period. millions of americans did lose their health insurance after the president deceived them in order to get obamacare passed. a very serious matter that's apparently funny to cbs news
anchor charlie rose and the president's speech writers, including the one who crafted the lie. >> do you have equal impact on serious speeches, because it's about style, use of language, et cetera? >> i really like, i was very -- the joke speech is the most fun part of this. but the things i'm most proud of were the more serious speeches. health care, economic speeches. i think -- >> lovett wrote the line about, if you like your insurance, you can keep it. >> how dare you. >> you know what? it's all true. >> liar, liar, pants on fire. >> where did they get these people from a dorm? they're combined age is 14. that's the problem, we have a white house run by asyo rejects. >> unbelievably egregious that they can sit there and laugh about something that was so important that while president obama said over and over, promised over and over again,
when they're trying to sell the public on obamacare and they laugh like they knew it was all a lie. and now the joke's on us, right? >> and also that our premiums were going to go down. >> based on a lie. but charlie rose, i like him a lot. i like his long-format interviews. but he was out of his -- out of his mind to laugh at that and not push back. knowing how important that line was, you can keep your doctor. >> i think he probably regrets it at this point now. >> juan -- juan -- we don't have time for this. >> this fits in with the ben rhoades story and with young people. the smartest kids in town over at the white house. they don't necessarily connect it to the consequence, the repercussions of their action. in this case, i think they're all into the art of speechwriting as separate from hey the president of the united states is speaking to the
american people about his key legislative accomplishment, health care and it's going to impact some people. saying we'll slide right over that you can keep your health care if you want. it turns out that's a point of embarrassment. >> if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. is not necessarily, that's like from dr. seuss, you can figure it out. but on the policy level, perhaps it was just a suggestion. >> you think so? maybe. this is a very feisty control room today indeed. i mean wow. okay. let's play poke the anchor some more. >> terrible. roll the prompter, please. the bill and hill help their friends get rich off of money donated to the charity? a bombshell new report, that's next.
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initiative may have gotten favors from the state department when hillary was at the helm. now "the wall street journal" reports that the clintons arranged for a $2 million grant to go to a private energy company owned by their friends. that may violate irs rules. president clinton, however, is confident that no laws were broken. >> regarding "the wall street journal" report, did cgi break the law? >> no, i haven't had a chance to read it carefully. but i think my foundation -- >> you deny that cgi broke the law? >> god yes, sir. >> and the foundation released a statement saying many clinton friends share the interest of cgi as opposed to a conflict of interest. they're calling it mission-driven investing that they had like-minded ideas for i guess this was to deal with global warming. i don't know how it fights poverty and all that the clinton global initiative was doing is
being a match-maker to align interests. >> if that were all it was, it would be fine. in other words, clinton foundation made a donation to this company. which allegedly helped low-income people reduce their energy costs by reducing global emissions and global warming. that's fine. that in and of itself i don't think is illegal. but the problem comes in when this andrew tobias was one of three owners of the company that got the $2 million clinton grant. don't forget there's a federal grant associated with it, too. there was money that came with the feds, your tax dollars went with this group. tobias is the a third, $29% or so julie this girl who happen as to be a neighbor of bill clinton in chappaqua -- >> love thy neighbor, bolling. >> another $1 million or $800,000 federal grant that just drips of crony capitalism and
possibly, possibly corruption and i think the federal part of it is the one that's going to get them hooked on this one and i think, i've been saying it time and time again this is just the tip of the iceberg with the clinton foundation and the clintons, i think there's a lot of these pay-to-plays and the public favors. >> i wanted to ask you that, kimberly, do you think there's a legal issue here? or is it just make it looks a little bad? >> i think it looks bad because it is bad. if they are in fact expanding the investigation, which i think they should to cover this public corruption and influence peddling, it might be more significant than the email server scandal. you've even said this, juan, that you really have an issue with what they do with the clinton foundation and some of the influence peddling with respect to the deals with other countries, et cetera. >> i worry that, i worry when she was secretary of state, that people who wanted to influence her would give money to the clinton global initiative. they say there's no evidence, there's no proof of that, okay.
i think it's very suspicious. i think it's bad ethics for a public officials to be engaged in that. >> it's a tip jar. >> he has some influence and he should use it for good but when for-profit companies suddenly are benefitting from a nonprofit's behavior and these are friends of the principles -- alarms are going to go off. >> that's my alarm sound. you're commenting on the former president during that sound bite. >> i honestly generally think that he doesn't look well and he seems a bit tired. >> a bit thin. >> it could be. but this is why i don't give anything to charities. i just completely steer clear, i volunteer my time instead of money. i live on the youth hostiles. and that way you know what they're getting, they know what you're giving and there's none of this red tape that could be a problem later in life. >> try it, kimberly, this weekend.
>> don't give her any ideas. she's busy this weekend. ahead, a directive from the obama administration of public schools nationwide uniting -- there's a lot of debate about this. to accommodate transgender students or lose federal funding, should this be a federal issue or a states issue? we're going to discuss, next. ♪ what are you doing? sara, i love you, and... [phone rings] ah, it's my brother. keep going... sara, will you marry... [phone rings again] what do you want, todd???? [crowd cheering] keep it going!!!! if you sit on your phone, you butt-dial people.
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>> there's no additional requirement that under the applicable law that's being imposed on schools. there's just not. despite the claims of political opponents of the administration. they're's a strong desire on the part of some politicians. to try and score some cheap political points. by presenting a solution to a problem that they can't prove exists. >> i'm pretty sure he said that in the directive. donald trump weighed in on the administration's transgender directive earlier. >> i think it should be a state's issue. it's become a huge story. and yet it affects, everybody has to be protected. if it's one person. but it's a tiny, tiny portion of the population. and it's become a massive story. i think there should be a state's issue and as many other things should be by the way. and the states should decide.
>> whether or not the states should decide -- >> they should. >> the timeframe comes out with a directive and a couple of hours later josh earnest says no, no, that directive, that's not right. >> when you watch josh earnest talk and you saw how careful he is. that's how sensitive this topic is. it's aactus or a porcupine. nobody knows how to handle it. it's an issue based on marginal information by the general public. so while you can be sympathetic for gender confusion, have some sympathy about the people confused about gender confusion. the approach that somehow these are whooic outsiders versus mean, intolerant masses, it's not true. it's not true, there are people
that are understandably confused by this. >> what does president obama decide to put this directive out? is this really a big issue? >> i think if i'm putting myself in their shoes, they're trying to figure out a way to try to solve this once and for all, i think they're trying to help people deal with this in terms of dignity and obviously there is confusion. i actually don't care if somebody that's transgender wants to use the woman's room. it doesn't bother me, but i understand why donald trump says it's right, it's state's issue. the thing that's strange about the white house is when you do a directive, the reason you do that is because there is the stick. the karat and the stick carrot and the stick.
thaw that's why the federal government tries to have some dominion over the states. think in this case it would be better to let the states handle it. >> a couple of numbers. i believe, i looked it up through gallup and 538 websites. about .1% identify themselves as trarnz gender. so for a high school, the average in america is around 500 students, two students in that high school maybe identify themselves as transgender. do we have to have the white house have directives over two students? >> i think so. you don't want to discriminate against anybody. every individual, and i think the conservative would be emphatic about this, that you protect individual rights in america america. that's the basis of our form of government. >> but there's two ways to look
at it it this is, north carolina passed a law, i don't even know that there was a problem, but they passed a law. they got into a fight and they say no, we disagree with you. the second way to look at it is people say you know, i'm not comfortable with this. this is what greg was saying, i just don't know, i'm -- you have to let me get used to this. and when you ask them in polls about that issue, you see people saying -- yeah, i'm not exactly comfortable with this, i'm not sure what it means and then they bring in the children and all the rest. even though the police say this is a none issue. it's not like there's a spate of crime across the country. >> what about the interests, privacy of children? it gets very complicated. some schools say you cannot plan a competitive sport unless you play for the team you're
biologically assigned. you can't play a guy on the girl's team. but yet you can use the rest room there and go shower. >> it's a huge issue. if a male -- biological male decides he wants to be identify as a female, can he now go play a woman's sport? >> no. >> why? >> we have a real issue here. >> it's true. >> did you watch o'reilly on tuesday? >> title ix says you don't discriminate. the idea was to give young women an opportunity to play sports, you wouldn't have all the sports teams and resources given to the boys. so now you have that use. but that's not to say oh i choose to go play, i'm going to go wrestle with kimberly, that's not happening. >> it maybe a different issue but it really is an intriguing problem in the sense that there's an mma fighter who had a sex change and is now a woman. beating all of the women and there's women who don't want to fight her because she has the
musculature of a man. how do you settle that? that just makes pure sense. that's unreasonable. >> women-owned businesses in america, right? so obama, if i'm male who is having a hard time, can't get funding, can i identify as a woman, start a business and get federal grants as a small business female money director? >> you are so far away from the hard reality of identical -- >> i think, i would dismis, i would say get out of here. the real issue here is so many people get bullied, abused at home, they're going through a sexual turmoil and all the administration is saying is we should protect these kids, that's all. >> how many times have you been followed into the bathroom. you don't know what it's like.
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fan, either. but she's not willing to get behind hillary clinton. >> i'm not saying i endorse hillary. i'm not. i'm going to say i'm going to wait and see what happens. there's a lot of things. >> what could happen? >> she could have health issues, she could not get the nomination. >> do you think bernie could get it? >> yeah. >> he needs it. >> what do you think? hollywood clearly does not like trump. >> big story is what is happening to johnny depp. he's like a cross between inspector clouseau and an ambien. what happened to "21 jump street"? he's gone. he's like a walking mausoleum if they want to elect trump, keep talking. every time one of these fellows opens their mouth, there's another 1,000 people voting for trump. when somebody tells me, a neighbor tells me it turn down my music, i turn it up. >> that's because you're immature. >> clooney's argument is the press doesn't ask tough questions of trump. love him because of the ratings and they have promoted donald
trump and foisted him on to the american people. >> there is that view. i thought what was twg trg when he sat there with his head in his hands, so depressed and as if he wants people to know he's so nonchalant about it. he had that big fundraiser for hillary clinton and he had to apologize because of the hypocrisy of the big money. that's susan sarandon, i understand that they like bernie sanders. i think they're delusional to think he could win the presidency. >> there's like an ultraliberal faction of hollywood and susan sarandon and tim robbins are all part of it. i know because george clooney said -- >> when, on the yacht? >> no. in the upper east side one night at dinner, his side, like the dems and the libs, they come off too extreme and it freaks people out and ends up helping the
other side's candidates. >> bill maher said it and now we hear it from johnny depp. if trump is elected, he'll be the last president, the entire system of government will dissolve. >> along with all of these hollywood elites who say they're going to leave the country. like lena dunham. didn't depp leave? >> yes. >> he came back because the taxes were too high there? >> remember, france had their highest rate at 75%. okay, better can move back to america. don't listen to him, facebook friday is up next. you both have a
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wrote 52 weeks of cookies and sent 52 weeks of cookies to her son in the armed forces. first question, because it's friday the 13th from theresa t., do you have any superstitions about friday the 13th? i have to go to eric first. >> i'm loaded with superstitions. baseball player days, you don't step on the lines when you go out into the field. you use the same bat.
you wear the same socks, now i walk through, they put out these runners in the hallways so you don't slip when the weather is rainy. and it has 1211 sixth avenue. i have to walk through the 1's, can't touch them. my socks never match. >> it makes your laundry a lot easier. >> pick up a dime, i pick it up. if i see a penny, nickel or a quarter, i walk past it. >> he's a 1 percenter. >> do i have any friday the 13th superstitions? >> any superstitions? >> no, i don't. but i don't like the movie "friday the 13th" i like horror movies or bad things with the devil in it. >> there's no such thing. juan? >> i don't go to horror movies. my life has enough scary stuff in it. >> superstitions? >> the only superstitious thing, when i pick up pennies, i pick up anything i see. >> heads up only? >> what about money? i think hey, free, why not.
you know what's odd is in places where rich people hang out like the starbucks? you see pennies all over the floor and going through the airport, tsa, you could become a rich person there's so many quarters out there. dana? >> none. no superstitions. >> here's my question, if something you do is painful and something great happens after that. you fall down and hit your head, and then you win the lottery. every day you pound your head. >> that's called s & m. >> where i live it's called saturday. next question, what's something that is so overrated to you, you'll never understand the appeal? is that a great question? and "the five" does not count. >> not me. >> dana?
>> i have something in mind but i'll say hollywood. i never understood, i appreciate, i love to watch movies and things but i'm not star-struck. i don't ever feel like i need to meet a celebrity. >> because you are a celebrity. >> no, i don't think that, either. >> you like the regular people. >> i'm just one of the folks. >> you're just like us. >> yeah. yeah. eric? >> i don't know. maybe fast food? i mean so i don't eat any fast food any more. >> you like fries. >> french fries aren't bad, those things are amazing. >> i understand the a i peel. the last part of that doesn't really apply, but not eating it for a while. it kind of grosses me out. >> i makes you feel weird. >> different things, i was thinking as i was sitting here, i remember in college, everybody drank a lot of beer. i mean people would drink beer and i would be like man if i have a beer, i go to sleep basically. not for me, right? but now, i can have a beer and i understand a little bit more of its appear.
but beer has got to be the most popular alcohol in the country. for most people, or for me, anyway, it really is like a soporophic. >> what's overrated in your world, kg? and don't say men. >> definitely not men. in my world, there's only one thing i don't particularly love to do. it's -- yeah, it's it's roller coasters. >> that's really good. >> yeah. >> i think it's overrated. it's just like there's so many other things i find far more exciting. >> more fun ways to scream in my view. >> you know what i hate, you know what i can't stand going to the movies. i don't understand why i have to share that experience with perfect strangers. i don't understand paying a lot of money to sit with people -- >> you don't have to any more. >> i don't like hand sanitizer. >> do you think it's overrated? >> yes. >> it tastes terrible. >> sushi? i know you love sushi.
>> i like sushi. >> it's raw fish, chopped up, overrated. >> amazing, though. >> truffles. overrated. truffles. this is a book. truffles are overrated. they ruin everything, when they put truffle oil on french fries, it kills the french fries. >> i would agree with that. >> overrated. >> msnbc. >> not rated. >> one more thing up next.
time for one more thing. juan? >> how speaker paul ryan said today there will be no bailout for puerto rico. now at first you might say why is that interesting? let me tell you puerto rico has to pay $2 billion to bond holders on july 1st. if they don't they're in big trouble in fact the relief bill to help bail them out is due in congress this wednesday. ryan says no bailout under pressure from his freedom caucus. dozens of u.s. cities are in the same boat. i'm talking about philadelphia, st. louis, jacksonville. even in new york. why? deferred payments on pensions and bonds coming due. so whatever happens with puerto rico, is going to happen across america. watch this ticking time bomb. >> that is an important story. >> we were talking about it,
dana? >> yesterday i went to oklahoma city, they made me an honorary oklahoma thunder fan. thunder up. because they won last night. and i got this little gift. little felted jasper. say that again? very cute and everything is gb to be taking pictures. i made his ear a little shorter. >> that's very cute. >> a little picture with him. i fostered him. >> making fun of poor dana. >> i've had a rough show. >> greg? >> show tomorrow night, 10:00. greg proofs, great comedian. and mma professional wrestler. paul hisby, navy s.e.a.l. and this -- friday the 13th, a cat shows up at angel stadium. runs around. take a look. >> there's a cat on the field.
let's talk over it. there's a cat on the field. >> did he tag the base. >> producers love this stuff. it takes two things and puts it together like -- chocolate and peanut butter. >> all right i'm done. that cat -- >> jimmy kimmel had a great idea for a vice president nominee. listen. >> why don't are you running for president? >> that's a great question. thank you mexican-american person. thank you that is because i am not an ego maniac. i am humble like mother theresa. >> do you know anything about politics? >> that's a very good question and i'll answer it with another question. does anyone know anything about politics? really? together we are going to put the "i can" back in amer-i-can. >> a special story i want to get to. former sheriffs deputy. fell into a coma after battling
ailments, he came out of it. the first thing he asked for, i want taco bell. that's it for us, have a great weekend. "special report" is next. the battle over transgender rights. versus the rights of others. lands squarely at your public school involving your children. this is special report. good evening and welcome to washington, i'm doug mcelway in for bret baier. parents students and teachers are experiencing a wide range of reactions to threats from president obama about rest room choice for transgenders in public schools. many are outraged. others are relieved. but almost everybody is talking about it. correspondent rich edson has