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night, 10:00 eastern, we'll be live, covering the washington g.o.p. primary, that, and more, tomorrow night here on "hannity". thanks for joining us. we'll see you here tomorrow night. ♪ "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> a plane got blown out of the sky. if anybody thinks it wasn't blown out of the sky, your 100 percent wrong. >> donald trump on the factor this evening. we'll talk about how he would defeat the jihadi and the big transgender war in america. [shouting] >> the democratic party not happy with hillary clinton. county secretary overcome emotional dissent in the liberal ranks? we'll have a special report. >> i get half my check taken away by the government. i can't stand this anymore, man. i'm working hard for my money. i should keep my money. >> also tonight, most americans angry about things. watters went out to find out exactly what things. >> i feel angry about this.
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very, very angry, man. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ note. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. most americans don't like their presidential candidates. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. since 1984, there has never been more negativity about folks running for president than there is today. according to a new "the washington post"-abc news poll trump and hillary clinton unfavorable category. trump 55% unfavorable. hillary clinton 5%. "wall street journal," nbc poll 58% don't like trump. 54% don't like hillary. the question then becomes can these candidates overcome the negatives? talking points believes that many american voters will stay home this time around
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even though the campaign will be very intense. right now donald trump has improved his polling because more than 80% of republicans, many of whom did not support him before, are now on board with mr. trump. that support driven in part by a loathing for hillary clinton. on the other side, the numbers also more than 80% of democrats supporting the secretary, that's fairly predictable. mrs. clinton, a liberal woman, who will carry on many of president obama's policies. independent will decide who becomes the next president. here, poet candidates may have a problem. in donald trump's case he would be wise to continue his self-described straight talk but shift the adjectives a little bit. his base is firm. trump supporters love him, no matter what he does. he doesn't need to be demeaning in his speech unless it's an egregious situation. mr. trump's verbal use of shock and awe will only help him further if voters believe the insults are in context. not designed simply to shock. also the more specific donald trump is on policy, the more votes he will get. in just a few moments, i will ask him very pointed questions about terrorism and the transgendered
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situation. as for hillary clinton, talking points has said this before, she needs to stop her calculated posture. there is no reason mrs. clinton should not debate bernie sanders on the fox news channel. as we said last week although she has the nomination locked up, she will reach more independent voters in that debate and she will need them in the general election. mrs. clinton should answer questions from people like me not just sympathetic journalists. and that's the memo. now for the top story. interview with donald trump. candidate joins us now from his new york city headquarters. first of all, you still believe that egyptian airliner was blown out of the sky? there is a lot of different speculation now. >> i do. in a certain way. i mean, i don't know what they used but something bad happened and we'll see. i guess they will eventually find out but i certainly do. i know that plane very well. i know that type of aircraft. and you have thousands and thousands flying millions of miles and never been anything like it. so i do and i think most people do. >> okay.
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now, would you support asking congress for a declaration of war? to fight terrorism and then under that declaration it would be the groups that would be -- that the united states would declare war on, isis, al qaeda, taliban. would you favor that because if your president, a declaration of war gives you more power to defeat these people. >> it wouldn't bother me at all doing that probably should have done that in the first place. look, we are at war with these people and they don't wear uniforms. it's not your traditional war where it's a war against germany, japan, or whoever. this is a war against people that are vicious, violent people, that we have no idea who they are, where they come from. we are allowing tens of thousands of them into our country now. so on top of wars on foreign land, wait until you see what happens in the future. it's probably not going to be pretty. i hope i'm wrong about that but it's probably not going to be pretty.
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>> it's speculation. >> well, its did not speculation. we are allowing people into our country we don't know who they are. some of them happen to have cell phones with the isis flag on them. i think it's something that we have to be very tough and very vigilant and very smart or we will be in big trouble. >> national security pole. i want to get you "on the on the record. wow ask congress to pass a declaration of war if you are elected? >> i would have no problem with doing it, bill. >> that doesn't mean you would do it but i will take that. >> no. i will study the facts. i will study the facts. but i would have, i think right now i would have no problem with doing it because we are at war. >> by the way, the world is at war. >> more powerful in waging the fight. now, you and i have gone around and around on isis a bit. your theory is that you take their oil away, you strangle their ability to finance
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themselves and that's one of the components. >> i have said that for a long time. >> i say if you do that it's going to be a blood bat. they are not going to do it easier. how about this doe clarg that anyone buying oil from isis is an enemy of the state? that means an enemy of the united states? that way anybody who buys it, we can drop a drone on. >> well, you know, it depends who it is and everything else. i'm not sure i want to go that far because you could have -- maybe they send two barrels to england. than they send two barrels to sweden. i don't know. >> you know not the secondary market. the first guys who buy it see, i would do that i would say enemies of the state you can buy from isis and i'm going to come get you. that would dry up the -- their oil. that would put them out of the oil business as they say
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this texas. >> i can tell you right now we're not even hitting the people that are buying it on site the trucks. >>. no not at all. in fact hrkts had he sameh say don't hit them that we have transmissions in of the military saying don't hit them blow the hell out of them. >> in that case absolutely 100 percent. we north hittings them. in fact, we are saying get out of your trucks. the whole thing is so preposterous what we're doing. those people i would hit so hard so fast. >> let's turn to domestic issue getting people angry. right after you, we have a talk with kirsten powers about transgendered orders from the white house, which would basically put people who are transitioning from one sex to the another and haven't done it biologically yet in a locker room is so you would have little girl,
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8 to 11 or 12 with a boy who wants to be a girl in the same shower conceivably. that could happen. and, an acharlotte observer editorialized what happened recently that's fine, we need to get over that afs little preturned by that editorial. what say you. >> it's not fine. i would generally speaking leaving leave it to the states to decide. you know, obama is getting into a very tricky territory. amazing thing is so many people are talking about this now and we have to protect everybody, even if it's one personal. but this is such a tiny part of our population. now, with that being said, protect everybody, but i would really leave it up to the states in this case. >> in your facilities, in your hotels, do you have separate facilities for transgendered? are you going to put those in? >> no, we don't. no, we don't have that. >> are you going to put them in? >> i hope not because, frankly it, would be
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unbelievablely expensive knight. >> it's human rights recommendation hundreds of billions of dollars. >> it's human rights. >> i don't know about human rights. i can tell you unbelievably expensive thing to do. i think our country wants to be spending money in other things in terms of let's build more building and create more jobs or something. that would be unbelievably situation to do. unbelievably. and, frankly, the number of people woe are tog about is a small number. >> again, protect them but it's a very, very small number. >> i think it was today on the internet you put up some stuff about hillary clinton and bill clintons. kind of tawdry stuff. i'm not sure that this is a good thing to do that. >> are you talking about what i'm doing? i'm only responding to what they do. they have been -- she has been very nasty and i said i would like it to be on policy, bill. i would like it to be a
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straight right down the middle and by the way the one thing you didn't mention about the polls, number one, i think i am popular with people. i really do. i think a lot of people that maybe say i'm not they are going to vote for me. i'm winning in most of the polls against hillary. >> we did that on thursday. we reported it first on thursday. >> maybe i didn't see that show. >> everybody watches every night. >> some people might not have saw it. >> they all saw it every human being on earth knows and saw that because it goes on the internet and you tweeted about it everybody reads your tweets. so that's been out. i understand what you are trying to do here is inhibit mrs. clinton from attacking you personally by saying if you play that game, then can i come back 10 times harder. i understand that. but it is -- you know that it makes the country look bad abroad and things like that. that's what worries me. i understand the clinton attack machine. i got it. and i think it has to be difficulty with somewhat.
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but i think maybe caution. >> bill, i don't like doing that but i have no choice. had when she hits me on things i have no choice. you have to do it. it's unfair. you know they are dirt were place. they have been dirty players. historically. i have to fight back the way i have to fight back. >> all right. and voters will make up their mind. as i said, if it's in context everybody i think will understand it i hope you guys both just -- you are right, it should be issues, right? you and her, on the issues? >> i would rather have policy and issues. much rather have policy and issues. absolutely. >> and you come on this show and you come on other shows that are not as press tinge just as. this we understand why you come here. you are a stand up guy. she doesn't do that i think she should answer the same kind of questions you answer, you are know? >> well, she doesn't. and she goes on very few shows and i notice the other night she was on a show and they gave her setup questions and they negative g-8 their questions. i don't think you can ever say i negotiate my questions
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with you. >> do you think that would work if you came to my people and said i want o'reilly to ask me these questions? do you think that would work? >> yeah. i actually told my people don't waste your time it's not going to happen. i will say this. if you look at her questions, they are negotiated questions. and i'm not saying that's a dom thing to do, bill. >> if she can get away with it. >> we always give you credit for coming okay. all right, donald. thanks again. >> we appreciate it. we'll see you soon. >> thank you. >> next on the rundown, brit hume on the clinton
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take the trump interview first. i noticed you smiling during it. we can see hume on the monitor after the segment. what say you? >> well, about what? you want me to say something about what you said or what he said? >> whatever struck you about the interview? >> well, i was very struck by the political advice you give him. i think it's a generous act on your part to advise the frontrunner as to what he ought to do next. [ laughter ] i was willing to listen to such oraculal comment. >> do you think it was arrogant that did i that. >> no. i think it was not the kind of thing i would do. that does not repose in me the level of wisdom that reposes in you. >> i do that to everybody. krauthammer when i tell him what to do you should see his face. >> yeah. >> i do that to everybody to stimulate the conversation. >> i understand. >> where their thought process is if i'm president i declare war on jihadists and terrorists then i have got a lot more things that i can do to knock them down. >> i hear. >> you right now americans
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are standing in line for three hours to get on line on an airplane. when is enough enough here. >> notwithstanding what you said i think he has trimmed his sails. i think his tone is calmer and demeanor more dignified and presidential if you will. i know he doesn't particularly like that term and i understand that. he is in a sweet spot where things are going poorly for his leading opponent and things going well for him. is he out from under the attack of come competitors who have dropped out of the race. he gets a lift in the polling because he is the nominee and everybody kind of acceptance that that is going to happen. and then mrs. clinton, she is having -- trying to stave off this whacko socialist old guy and she is having a hard time doing it and it doesn't look very good. she is declining, i think. >> causing her the much angst. >> you know, what normally happens in these presidential races when somebody gets out to a prohibited lead which is
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really what happened with donald trump, for example, everybody else drops out. but the berne is under the impression now that is he not merely a presidential candidate, he is the leader of a movement. i have seen this sort of idea infect many political candidates who do better than expected and suddenly they think they are leading a movement and it's hard to get them to quit. they don't want to disappoint their supporters and betray the ideals of a movement. >> what else does he have to do? i understand that the sandinistas have made an offer to go down there and lead that movement. that's a little shaky down there. last word, brit? >> my last word? >> your last word. >> trump is in a good spot. she is in a tough spot she is declining in the polls. what remains to be seen is how long it will last and what happens when the democrats finally dispose of bernie sanders and turn their full fewer i can't understand fire on trump. >> more insanity as mentioned over transjeopardied issues. you'll not believe what the charlotte newspaper is
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factor follow-up seeing want tonight, the entire transgendered restroom issue is beyond crazy. and editorial in charlotte observer says, quote: the thought of male genitalia in a girl's locker room and visa versa might be distressing to some. but the battle for equality has always been, in part, about overcoming discomfort. but blacks sharing facilities and guys sharing marriage and then realizing it was not nearly so awful as some people imagined. so according to this loony newspaper, if you have a young daughter, you should be accepting of the fact
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that a transgendered boy could shower next to her after an athletic exposition. that is insane. the solution to the problem is simple and it's been going on for decades, private installations for people who transgender. joining us from washington kirsten powers. so do you understand how crazy the charlotte observer is? >> no. i don't; actually. >> you don't. >> i read the editorial. nothing about it seemed crazy to me. >> let me stop you because what you just said i can hear millions of americans going what? are you kidding me? so you have an 11-year-old girl, all right? and she is a lacrosse player, a soccer player. she is in her locker room, all right? after the game or the practice. and here comes a boy who thinks or wants to be a girl and they in the shower and they don't have -- a lot of
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these places don't have shower stalls. it's just showers. and you say to a traditional parnghtd that's acceptable? >> well, what i would say is that, first of all, it's not a boy who wants to be a girl. it's a person who was born with male genitalia who experiences life as a woman or a female. >> be that as it may. >> well it, does make a difference, actually. >> it does make a difference in the locker room situation. >> let me finish what i'm saying. the point is, first of all, unless they are gay, they are probably attracted to people of the opposite sex, meaning in this case they would be attract to do boys. >> transgendered person. >> the point is, this person isn't attracted, most likely because they are gay. >> it doesn't matter who they are or what they are attracted to. >> you have to let me finish just one or two sentences so you can let me finish what i'm saying. would you say lesbians shouldn't be in a locker room with females? >> as long as they're biologically the same.
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see, this is the big thing that you -- the big mistake. the transgendered person, very few of them, all right, and whatever their mention and emotional state is, i think, should be respected. i don't have any problem with that but where are the rights of the 90 plus percent kids from traditional homes, where are their rights? >> i don't like this idea of this traditional thing. i mean, i'm not a nontraditional person. the fact that you are open and welcoming to other people has nothing to do with traditional. >> open and welcoming so they can be in the same shower. >> here's the thing. first of all they are not in your shower. they are in another shower next to you. but the point is, if you want to have a separate area for them, in this sort of transitional period, i would understand that because it bothers some people. all i'm saying is i don't think it should bother you. i don't think this person is not preying on your daughter. the person is not a pervert.
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nothing is wrong with this person. >> a matter of being appropriate. i'm glad you are coming on and i'm glad you said what you said. i had to intrupght because interrupted because i wanted to steer you into the rights of the mass of people insane program. >> it's not insane. >> designed to make americans believe there is no difference in gender at all. >> that's not what it designed to do. >> of course it is. it's what the progressives want. >> no, it's not. that's the way who people who oppose this want to frame it because they want to make it about that. that's not what it's about. there are legitimately transgendered people in this world and that's not saying there is no difference between the sexes. >> a transgendered person, okay, should be accommodated in a situation that they have privacy, fine. but to impose, all right, this kind of a situation to young children who don't understand transgendered or anything else, to impose it
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to the government impose it is such a violation of parental rights, of children's rights, of everybody's rights. and americans should get really angry about this. >> they should get really angry about e$i@ .1% of the people. it's so crazy that you have turned this into a national newspaper. >> national newspaper in the capital city -- not a capital city. >> 1.3%. >> you are making about transgendered person it's not about them. >> transgendered children national crisis we can't acome days a few people? i have always said if you wanted to have a third lace place to go that's feign. i think this is overreaction. >> the fact that you don't understand that traditional americans trying to raise their children in a certain way do not want that kind of an exposition in front of young children.
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>> what does that mean, bill. >> the fact that you don't understand it and the charlotte observer doesn't even think it's important. >> what do you mean by traditional? what does that mean raising them in traditional matter. >> traditional, taking it easy. not trying to social engineer sexuality until it's ready until the child is emotionally ready. all of those things. not the progressive agenda to wipe out gender which is what they are trying to do. >> that's not the agenda. >> we have a mail segment on that tomorrow kirsten powers. i have to say something about kirsten. she takes the fire. she takes the fire. vow to respect that plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. donald trump surging in the polls. karl rove will tell us why he thinks it's happening. watters on americans furious about all kinds of stuff. >> what do you want me to be angry about. >> you seem angry right now. >> i am angry. >> you look angry. >> i am angry. >> we hope you stay tuned to crowd sounds ]
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bill, this case of the six officers edward nero's case was the weakest. second degree of assault. two counts of police misconducts and wreck lazarus enendangerment all resulting in the arrest of fred request gray. had nothing to do with him in the van. of all the officers, him and the other officer who made the arrest, officer officer miller, they have the weakest of all charges. >> what about the reaction in the community, everybody feared that there f. there were acquittals in the case. we have had one hung jury for the first officer, now officer nero is acquitted. any sign of any unrest in baltimore? >> not at all. that's the narrow thivener that's out there i want to challenge. i appreciate this. that somehow baltimore is out of control because of what's happened. yes, there were riots last year. so far in both trials there has not been anything relate to do violence. nothing associated with people getting out of control. the way the judge, judge barry williams who decided this case the bench trial not a jury trial was appropriate. judgment was ren diserred in this case. i don't want this national
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narrative that baltimore is out of control and can't handle judgments in court. >> all right. no, listen, the proof will be what happens. now, we have five more trials, the trial that was in the hung jury. and in that case, in those cases, do you expect more intensity on the part of the public? >> i expect more, let's put it this way. more attention in those cases those are the more serious ones. officer goodson next case. he was the driver of the van. second degree doe prafd heart murder, manslaughter, more serious charges. what the other cases that involve the actual van part that resulted in freddie gray having an 80% severance of his spine, i expect more emotion or attention it though the cases. the bike officers that was officer nero and officer miller i don't expect the same type of attention. >> has the issue of mr. gray ever been raised in the
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sense that he was a drug-involved person. the reports are he was a drug addict. and a street level dealer. and that his interactions with police escalated over the years because of his narcotics involved. has anybody ever spotlighted that? has that been a topic of discussion because, as we know, baltimore is a fairly serious drug problem. >> i have with the heroin capital of the world discovery channel and others for 40 years baltimore has had serious heroin problem. for over a decade, this city has experienced some really harsh policing under then mayor martin o'malley and governor o'malley and presidential candidate o'malley where 100 folks locked up in the city of 600,000, bill. each year. and 30,000 of those arrests thrown out lack of probable cause. relationship between the police and the community bubbled up with freddie. freddie gray is a bad example. long term problem associated with the police and
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baltimore. >> is it drug-related because there are so many narcotics this the town and the police obviously have to deal with these people every day. >> yes. but they need to have probable cause to make an arrest. when you have 30,000 arrests out of 100,000 being thrown out for lack of a probable cause. that's a problem, bill, for any metropolitan area. >> it might be that the system is year whelmed which it sounds like it is in baltimore. >> it's a bad arrest. >> i think all americans, no matter when a citizen dies like freddie gray did, it's never the citizen's fault in the sense that freddie gray didn't get up in the morning and say i'm going to do something and i'm going to die. >> freddie gray's lifestyle for many years, led him to this terrible thing which is not only impacted him and his family but all the police officers and that lifestyle should be condemned. i mean, this narcotics trafficking is awful. it is devastating. >> it has been condemned. >> by good people like you. you know what we're dealing
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with in society now. everything is a disease. everything is excusable. even drug trafficking. all right, mr. mitchell. we appreciate it keep us posted on the case. when we come right back, carl rove and why donald trump is surgeoning in the polls. polls. why americans are so hi! hey! i've made plans for later in case this date doesn't go well. same here. wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant? the citi double cash card does. earn 1% cash back when you buy, and 1% as you pay. double means double. i've been blind since birth. i go through periods where it's hard to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. learn about non-24 by calling 844-844-2424. or visit
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thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly. campaign 2016 segment tonight, tonight at this point the real clear politics average in polling has a dead heat between donald trump and hillary clinton. amazing situation since just a few weeks ago mrs. clinton is far out in front. with us here in new york city carl rove. we interviewed trump earlier in the program. it doesn't seem like is he changing very much. he launched this pretty vicious attack on hillary clinton and bill clinton on the internet just today. surging in the polls without really much of a change in persona i would say there are two things happening to him. one is for whatever reason between march and may or april and may he is doing well among independents, 46-30 in the fox toll 42-37 nbc. tied in the cbs poll. every one of them a distinct improvement from where he was a month ago. if you want to win the
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presidency, you have to do throws things. one is as a republican carry the independents. second thing has he happening to him is he has gotten improvement after indiana. republicans gan to consolidate behind him. >> that was expected. >> that was expected. but, two things, one is that will happen for the democrats as well with hillary clinton. and second of all, he has not gotten ton what he needs to do. take ache loot those numbers, 82% of republicans in the fox poll support him. 85% in the cbs and nbc poll. no republican has won the presidency without having between 91% and the 3% of the republican support. >> i think you can throw that out because i think a lot of people are going to stay home as i said in the talking points memo. people don't like either of them. why here you? are the guru. trump is doing much better, all right? he hasn't really changed. he is still bombastic and straight talking. >> i disagree. i think he has moderated his tone. >> did you see what he did today on the internet? >> look, he has had a couple -- the morning of the indiana primary he says ted
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cruz's father was involved in the assassination of jfk, and then he does today what he did. in between those periods of time, those moments of the bad trump have been fewer. >> because he hasn't been out on the stump. is he relaxing. >> did you want him to yell out his window. >> rather than coming out and said what he did before if they don't get behind me there are going to be problems. >> i know something about that meeting and i think they are going to work it out, ryan and -- here's the deal. when i see trump not changing all that much. not making the pivot. not acting more presidential, i say to myself, you know what? it may be his time in history that americans don't care what he does. >> i hear that but there is. >> you hear it? >> there is a good trump and there is a bad trump. the god trump says the things that draw people to him. whether they necessarily think he can get it all done, it draws people to him. there a bad trump that causes people to say oh, really? you are mocking a decorated
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pow for having been captured. mocking a disabled guy? you are saying. >> i understand the definition you are applying to the bad trump. i think people out there, too. i really think that up against an owe pony nents like hillary clinton, all of this stuff is considered small ball now. by many, many voters. >> look, the closer we get to the election, the more important it is that we have less of the bad trump and more of the good trump. >> that's what i say to him but he doesn't listen to me. >> well, maybe he has. that's why he has succeeded. >> no. >> you put your finger on the other thing though. have you ever seen a candidate over the course of a pfl campaign continue to get worse and worse like hillary clinton has. >> wait a minute, it's not that she is getting worse and worse, her gaffes are aren't huge. >> yes they disblr no they are not. >> standing up there and saying we are going to put a lot of coal miners. >> that hurt her. american crossroads has been doing focus group testing.
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even in green places in america where they don't necessarily like poll, people lock at that and umed judgment doesn't have hillary clinton gaffe machine. i don't think she makes being mistakes. i think what sanders has done has turned lot of democrats against her by craying her as. crooked hillary. that's what i think it is all about. relevant. >> i imi belongment not honest and trust worthy. within americans very angry. we will find out why. watters is next. before i had the shooting, burning, pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet played shortstop in high school, learned the horn from my dad and played gigs from new york to miami.
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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.
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back of the book segment tonight, "watters world." right now in the usa, 65% of americans believe the country is on the wrong track, according to a consensus of polling. why? what are the folks angry about? we sent watters to philadelphia. ♪ ♪ >> what are you angry about? >> i'm angry because i can't find work. >> thanks obama. >> ahhhhh. >> i will tell you what, these taxes, every time i'm getting my check, i get half my check taken away by the government. i should keep my money. ahhhhhh. >> are you angry. >> i'm tired. >> what are you angry about nobody is talking about the vets. >> in the campaign. >> last ones, nobodlking about .
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we don't do that. >> what are you angry about? >> i'm angry that hillary should be a president but i think trump is going to win it. >> trump make you angry. >> trump makes me angry. >> say it loud, say it proud. >> people out here. >> that's okay. i will handle the white angry. >> that's okay. >> i'm not voting for donald trump. >> i'm angry about the illegal immigration problem in this country. >> reporter: tell me why. >> it's gotten to the point where it's ridiculous. >> i'm as mad as hell and i'm not going to take this anymore. >> i think donald trump is the answer. >> reporter: what do you think about these guys running for president? >> you people. >> take my wife, please. >> reporter: what's making you so angry? >> i hate the system man. >> reporter: how do i think i would handle prison. >> you wouldn't like it at at all. >> reporter: hello. >> one day it's 59, one day it's
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80. i'm mad at you too. >> don't be saucy with me. >> we're angry because over 400 years the white man has lied to us about the true identity of a black man named jesus christ. >> reporter: i'm not crazy about the white man either. >> your forefathers have lied to us like a white lie. no pun intended. >> reporter: jesus was black. >> jesus was a black man. >> reporter: jesus was white. when was the last time you lost your cool. >> eight months ago. >> reporter: what happened. >> i lost a discussion with somebody. >> what's right is right. >> you insulted him a little bit. >> fine. when you get older you'll understand. >> reporter: what are you angry about? i said what are you angry about? what are you angry about?
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>> i don't like noise from cars. >> reporter: have you ever punched anybody in the face? >> no. >> reporter: do you want to? >> yeah. >> reporter: hit me. >> no. >> reporter: hit me right here on the kisser. >> if i'm going to hit somebody for the first time i want it to be someone really good. >> do you want to ring the bell? >> ding ding. >> reporter: do you ever bill o'reilly on fox news? >> no. >> reporter: do you know who i am? >> you got a w in your last name. >> reporter: i'm watters and this is my world. >> okay. that is watters. you hired those people, right. they're all actors. >> paid actors. >> the guy with the pony tail. >> that guy was furious. >> i saw him on that show. what's the name of that show with the kid and the science show, the number one show.
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>> modern family? >> no. it will come to me. big bang. he's one of the big bang guys. >> big bang theory. >> yeah. the guy who said with the new york yankee cap. >> i stopped him and he was like can i go now. leave me alone. >> all right. philadelphia unique town, a good place for anger management. >> yeah. they've got a lot of problems. >> we'll have a special memorial day edition on thursday. back to the tip of the day, guarding your privacy. the tip moments away. hey, need fast heartburn relief?
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murder of a u.s. embassador in ban gaz zi. i recommended the movie last year. we have perhaps the greatest promotion ever on bill o'reil o' so listen up. if you become a premium member we'll send you free of charge the dvd of "13 hours "and any one of my books. that's three great gifts for one deal, the bill o' premium membership fee which is not that much. now to mail. ken from texas, bill you say you cannot be a feminist and cover donald trump fairly. does that mean a pro-life person can't cover planned parenthood. depends if the pro-life journalist is in an organization then they would have to recuse. there's a difference between
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living a philosophy like feminism and holding an opinion. you commented people don't understand bernie sanders' plan. your tone was con descending. have you ever seen "watters world "few of those who support sanders have no idea how radical his approach is. i could be wrong. jennifer, bill you have been an advocate for illegal immigrants. we turn you off when you show your catholic bias on the issue. you might want to look in the mirror with the catholic bias stuff. my immigration plan which contains no amnesty is posted on bill o' it has been for months. it would mitigate the problem that is fair for all. i became a premium member and am
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tickled if you believe a 225 black man can turn that color. welcome. we're pleased that you have our backs. a canadian become a pm and said i was unable to put the book down. when you are coming up here. we looked into taking the tour to toronto because i like the city, but the taxes in canada are killers. same thing in london. even california is rough in that area now. by the way, tickets to the show make good santa gifts for father's day. the shows are coming up. very happy, 96th birthday to world war ii vet, george is a great guy. finally tonight the tip of the day, did you know when you go on facebook, when you put your profile on there, that company has access to much of your
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private data just by doing that you give that data to them. by using the internet as a means of communication americans are sur runding privacy and the bad guys now it. in edition high tech gizmos are spying on us all the time. privacy in america vanishing and this will become a serious issue in the future. protect your private life. don't be a pin head. there are folks that will hurt you. fair warning, tip of the day. that is it for us tonight. check out the fox news factor website different from bill o' plenty of stuff to talk about tonight. do not be a jackanapes. my favorite word. i use it all the time. thanks for watching us tonight.
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