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♪ ♪ >> "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> we have a very special factor coming your way. >> i want to say this to the kids out there. i know you are voting for hillary. what in the hell happened to kids? >> watters traveling coast to coast trying to figure out what the folks know and don't know about the presidential election. >> when i'm being told who to vote for through the money and politics,. >> you must like trump because he is not taking any corporate money. >> you know -- >> the d man running down the candidates and, of course, speaking his mind. >> we get cruz, we get trump, we get bernie, we get hillary, let them all run and let the chips fall where they may. >> what does dennis think about hillary clinton and her new found momentum?
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>> hillary sounds like mom in good fellas in when henry came home at sunrise. >> where were you? why didn't you call? where have you been? >> mom? >> it's the "watters world" meets miller time special. and it starts right now. >> 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 for this special edition of the factor. it's "watters world" meets miller time. oy. now, for the next hour, we are focus on the lighter side ever of the political landscape in the presidential election. we begin with watters as he hits the streets of new york city to find out what every day americans think about the political candidates past and present. ♪
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♪ >> who do you think should be president? >> i think bernie sanders should be president. i watch the news a lot. >> what do you watch? msnbc? >> that's it. >> who ho do you think should be president of the united states? >> hillary clinton. >> taylor swift. [ laughter ] >> bernie sanders. >> bernie sanders. >> what are you guys, socialists? >> yeah. >> what does that mean? >> i don't know, man. [ laughter ] >> i wouldn't go telling people that. >> who do you think should be president of the united states? >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> trump. >> you're cute. >> thanks. >> stranger danger. stranger danger. >> a true president should be wise, noble, loyal to america and you know, not stupid. >> what do you think about obama? >> i think he should stay. >> you love msnbc, don't you? >> astounding. boring. ♪ ♪ >> why should trump be president? >> is he a republican. >> why do you like republicans? >> because there is not obamacare. >> make america what again?
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>> happy? >> better. >> free? >> is trump going to make america what again? >> great. >> very, very good. what has donald trump been saying? >> i will build a wall. >> who is going to pay for the wall? >> donald trump. >> the muslims? >> the muslims? >> mexico? >> mexico. >> we shouldn't have a wall to block america from the rest of the world. >> you are voting for bernie, aren't you? >> why don't you like trump? >> he talks too much. >> he is mean. >> trump is very high maintenance. >> why do you like hillary? >> if she wins, she will be the first girl president. >> and probably the last. >> my whole life is flashing before my eyes. >> why do you like hillary? >> she has really good ideas. >> what are some of those good ideas? >> kids rights. >> are you not be treated properly? >> well, sometimes. >> you mean you want to get out of your chores?
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>> yeah. >> my friends skipped school and we came this close to robbing a bike. >> what do you think about hillary clinton? >> sometimes i think she can say the wrong things to people. >> wow. >> bad. >> why is hillary bad? >> my parents say she is. >> always listen to your parents. what do you think about hillary clinton? >> trump is right. she -- if she was a man, she wouldn't get 5% of the vote. [ laughter ] >> what's bernie going to do to help the world out? >> free stuff. >> free stuff is good, right? >> please, sir, i want some more. >> what about bernie do you think is good for america? >> he is kind of like laid back. >> are you sure you are not thinking of larry david from "saturday night live"? >> he would be good, too. >> i have -- own one pear pair of underwear, that's it? >> when you start paying taxes you won't be a democrat anymore. >> can i have a moment to
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myself, please? >> what's the most important issue facing america right now? >> immigrants. the taxes? >> terrorists. >> what are we going to do to defeat the terrorists? >> i have no idea. >> neither does obama. what do you think the most important issue faithing the country today is? >> criminals. >> where are you from? >> new york. >> thanks de blasio. >> oh, boy, that's swell. >> do you know who i am. >> watters. >> you are watters and this is your world. >> well it was some ride, wasn't it? >> i'm going to hold up some pictures of some of these guys. you just tell me your opinion of them, okay? >> i don't know. eric holder? >> looks a little tired. [snoring] >> seems like a smart duty. >> because he has glasses? >> yeah. >> no idea. >> ben? >> i'm going to say ben stiller. >> what were you thinking? >> zimmerman? >> i thought he was very
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subdued but i think that's his general personality. >> i think he does amazing job. >> do you have green card. >> yes. >> trump might support you. what do you think we should do with the illegal aliens? >> i think we should keep them. >> can they stay at your house? >> yeah. party at my house. >> hi. >> hi! >> i don't know him either. >> jersey. >> this is your governor. >> that's chris christie. >> you got it? >> chris christie? >> you have heard of him before? >> no. >> this guy is governor of what state? >> south carolina? [ buzzer ] >> no? >> no, no, no. >> ted? >> bear. >> teddy bear? >> nope. >> do you know what the tea party is? >> british? [ buzzer ] >> it's been years since i took that class. >> which class? >> social studies? >> marco? >> polo, i don't know. >> marco. >> ru. >> babe ruth. oh my god.
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oh my god you mean that's the same guy? >> what do you think is the biggest threat to national security? climate change or islamic terror? >> oh, terrorism for sure. >> lobbyists are the worst threat to mankind ever. lobbyists. >> you are going with lobbyists? >> islamic terrorism. >> islamic terrorism. a lot of the democrats say global warming. >> that's because democrats are idiots. i'm also a democrat. >> cut the malarky. >> global warming. >> has global warming ever beheaded anybody. >> no. >> do black black lives matter or all lives matter. >> all lives matter. black people need to get the [bleep] over it. >> you can't say black lives, hispanic and asians. i. >> i think all lives matter. >> even me. >> yes. even. >> you i will hold up the pictures and tell me what you think. >> most definitely looks con constipated. he is not presidential material. >> is he really sexy. ♪
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>> i don't know. he looks like a drugstore salesman. >> bernie sanders is a [bleep] >> happy face with the smile all the time. we're not stupid, hillary. america is not stupid. >> oh [bleep] >> oh my god. >> oh. >> i don't trust her at all. that's four more years of her husband. >> if she wins, how many years will she serve in the first term? >> in prison? >> how many years could she serve? >> one. >> she would serve four years. >> four. >> her pants suits are always on point. >> i like her. i really like her. >> how many senators are there? >> 16? [ buzzer ] >> 230 something? [ buzzer ] >> 120. [ buzzer ] >> 50? [ buzzer ] >> more. >> 100. >> 100. do you know how many governors there are. >> 71. >> 50 governors. >> put it this way at least
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you are getting an education. >> do you know how many states are there are in the union. >> one governor per state. >> how many states dee too we have. >> 52. >> there are 50 governors. >> roughly 506789 do you know hot vice president is right now. >> oh. >> joe. >> snow schmo. >> joe biden? >> you are hot today. >> not every day. >> i'm watters, and this is my world right here. >> okay. and i don't know what just happened. >> coming up, the best of dennis miller they might as well put clinton, not clinton on the parking lot. i'm voting for not clinton. >> a lot of great highlights from the d man. hide the kids. many people clean theidentes with toothpaste or plain water. and even though their dentures look clean, in reality they're not.
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miller time segment tonight. let's get right to the sage of southern california who joins us from santa barbara. you are looking like captain nemo these days. >> billy, the way the world is now, i could definitely go into a submarine and never come back. >> i'm sorry. you would have to chose between them and me. >> when your worse problem of your day is being attacked by a giant squid, you've got it knocked. ♪ >> all right, so, look, it looks like clinton vs. trump. if that happens, which way are you going? >> well, listen, you know i have said many times, every time i'm on here, they might as well put clinton, not clinton on the ballot. i'm voting for not clinton. but, before woe get into the nuts and bolts of it, can i say that somebody got a not overly sedate chris christie like that again. i mean, when they pumped that sedation dart into his -- >> 'ow. yes.
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>> they loaded it up with too much -- look at him. he looks like he had a drink with cosby. >> stand there. drinking, drinking. >> oddly enough, and i didn't see this coming, but trump, the billionaire has become a blue collar hero. i think when john roberts jammed obamacare through. john roberts? i remember thinking that is the straw that broke the camel smoker's back. i think all these guys in the rust belt are thinking i'm getting screwed around out here and i know trump has a gold plated apartment. in an odd way he is appealing to the rust belt. is he going going to be done in by the republicans. it's going to be senate sharier with long knives come out and there is no coincidence involved that there is r.u. in cruz, rubio and brute. these guys are going to go after him. >> i have the same dagger
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for myself. >> let me tell you something about donald trump. you raise a good point. he is a billionaire but blue collars love him. he is essentially a blue collar guy. i sit there at the game with donald trump. >> bill o'reilly, donald trump. no end to the amount of stars here. >> we are not eating caviar. we are eating hot dogs. >> exshortstop. play baseball. he doesn't walk around. >> all that seems is you purr plus to me. is he starting to make enemies. ted cruz seems like a smart guy but he is stiff, man. they have to pump some goose -- grease. >> you are looking a little done henleyish tonight. >> woo hooh, witchy woman, she's got -- >> i think that's a lawsuit
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by the eagles right there. dennis miller, everyone. you got the short pants on. and you traveling to antarctica on assignment for the factor to find out why the ice caps there are getting larger if the earth is warming, miller. [ice cubes] >> by the way that was a closeup of dean martin's drink. >> you can say that. he can say that. >> i'm going down there, billy, to give you a muck luck on the ground perspective. you know, it doesn't matter if it's getting thicker to the left. they are just going to tell you that the fix devil's septuor. they are going to fix it's getting thicker. there used to be a schism between rationalists. people sit and ponder and think and reflect and come up with an opinion and you would have a schism between people who saw it in a different way. now you have a schism between impeerist. people who take actual measurements and still disagree on it i don't care if the science proofs it's
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getting thicker. they are going to say it's getting thinner. that's why i practice the new religion patrol car pragnosticism. i lock my pod face on and say yes, yes it is. dangerously thin. >> you are right this is a recording. you should be a college professor, miller. >> they are not going to change their mind. i would be down there auditioning new countries in january and i will give you a report, billy. >> number one, leave the penguins alone. number two, you should be a college professor all the big words. had you 10 or 12 of them this segment. >> i'm for real. i'm for real. so you pert check yourself. >> powerball madness. miller, if you win it, what are you going to do with the money? >> you know, powerball used to be my c.b. handle. >> breaker 1-9 to rubber ducky. do you have any smoky the bears in your kitchen? >> if i win, first off, you
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would be a guest right now on the o miller factor and i would be working on my new book "killing time." that's what's going to happen if i win. >> you are out of there? many of leisure? >> i would get a big fist full of $100 bills. i would just walk around with it all day. and if i met a moron, i would say hey, can i slap you and peel a few off? that's how i would spend the money. now, listen, you have got to even wonder if you want to win the lottery nowadays with taxes as they are in this country. there is three options now you can take it installments, take it in one lump sum, or you can actually choose not to take it because the tax system is so weird. >> if bernie sanders is elected you lose money. so you win 1.5 billion but you lose. >> pay taxes on that lump. >> tax due bill on -- tax 2 billion on 1 point
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thanks for staying with us, in "watters world" segment tonight, the socialist measure of bernie sanders has taken root in younger american precincts. many of these folks want as much free stuff as they can get from the government. jesse watters went out to find out why. ♪ ♪ >> spiking a lot of balls out there. >> yes, i am. >> what free stuff would you like to see the government provide people? >> we need healthcare. every other country does it
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why can't we do it. >> probably healthcare. >> do you think healthcare should be free? >> yes. >> to tell you the truth, free vasectomies would probably be -- do you know what i mean? doesn't obamacare cover that? >> i didn't see that one coming. >> some massage therapy is good for certain conditions. yeah. >> would you like a free massage? >> are you leading towards something? >> releases the most tension. >> what kind of things would you like to seat government give to people? >> free college tuition. >> do you think we should give people free condoms? >> yes. treadmills, bicycles, stair steppers. >> free thigh master. what free stuff would you like the government to give people? >> milk, eggs, bacon. >> free bacon? >> bacon is good. >> peewee. >> it is good. it's not expensive. >> celery? >> sure, why not. >> cabbage. >> sure.
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>> mushrooms? >> should we name all the vegetables and fruits? does that seem like a good idea? >> what about beverages? >> a glass of wine. >> i want some wine. >> may maybe free self-defense classes. >> oh. >> free yoga or free mind, body and spirit tool kind of sports. >> downward dog. >> would you like a free suit from the interview. >> not the salvation army stuff. sometimes you need better quality [bleep] excuse my language to get a better job. >> got what a mouth on that guy. >> should the government give people free dope. >> yes. marijuana is a very spiritual drug that brings everybody more with peace with themselves. >> i'm just really high. >> are you high right now? >> no. >> maybe later? >> yeah. >> are you high right now? >> no. i don't do drugs.
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>> are you high? >> no. >> you're high. >> i haven't done a drug for. >> you are so high right now. >> sure. >> the man is a pot head. >> would you like a free apartment from the feds? >> yeah. >> what kind of amenities in the apartment? buoy day. >> they have to work instead of asking everybody to hand it to them. >> i don't know what that means. >> do you feel a little entitled? >> no, i don't feel inentitled. >> but you want all this free stuff. >> maybe a little entitled. >> but you want that you will free stuff. >> you know you are not doing yourself any good. >> how are we going to afford to pay for all this free stuff for everybody? >> hmmm. >> how are we going to afford to give free weed to everybody. >> it would be great for taxes. >> you think you are special don't you. >> no. >> a little bit? >> no. >> how are we going to pay for all this stuff? >> good question.
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i have no idea. [ laughter ] >> we have this thing called the treasury. that's the money warehouse. >> money warehouse. >> eventually it will end up in the money warehouse. >> the house always win. >> correct. >> i think you are special. >> i think you are special. ♪ oh dream weaver. >> oof. >> i'm watters. >> i'm watters and this is my world. >> okay. "watters world"? >> yeah. >> what's up, man? >> how are you doing? >> so, they don't really know but they want? >> they want it. because there is no rugged individualism anymore. >> did you have anybody i want to make it on their own. >> one person said that they were so boring we couldn't put it in the piece. like a robot. >> everybody wants free stuff. they're not ashamed of free stuff you and i. need boost because there is so much college debt and no jobs in this economy and city living is expensive.
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they just want a little helping hand. >> you interview, what, 10 people? >> about 10 people. >> nine out of ten. >> central park. >> it's new york city. >> that is true. >> and de blasio is the mayor. >> that's right. >> there you go. jesse watters, everybody. >> miller's on deck. he has got some thoughts about the violence at some trump rally. the d-man moments away. ♪ before it became a medicine, it was an idea. an inspiration. a wild "what-if." so scientists went to work. they examined 87 different protein structures. had 12 years of setbacks and breakthroughs, 4,423 sleepless nights, and countless trips back to the drawing board. at first they were told no, well... maybe, and finally: yes.
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headquarters i'm kelly write. good evening, iraqi forces have begun a direct assault to recapture the city of fallujah. with aerial support from the u.s. led coalition was launched a week ago. it's believed tens of thousands of civilians are trapped in the city, which has been in isis control for two years. fallujah is one of the terror group's last major strong holds in iraq. a tense situation in a bernie sanders event in oakland, california. several protestors jumped a barrier in an attempt to rush the podium. the secret service put the protestors in handcuffs and surrounded the presidential candidate. sanders, who remained on stage told the crowd, quote, we don't get intimidated easily. now back to our "waters world" special. ♪ ♪ >> miller time.
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let's get right to the sage of southern california. what say you? >> kids, i want to say this to the kids out there. i know you're voting for hillary. what in the hell happened to kids? when i was a kid if i looked at this i would have said what are you kidding me? i see kids behind her. they are like -- they are like the sawhorse outside the plaza when the beatles were hanging out the window. [screams] so excited about hillary. what in god's name happened to you? to me, hillary sounds like tear wraps mom in good fellas when henry came home at sunrise. [dog barking] >> henry. >> where were you? why didn't you call? where have you been? >> mom? >> we were worried to death. >> that's what she sounds like. what are kids doing? and now sanders' voters are showing up trump thing and
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flipping it over. sanders people say oh no, that's not us. they have want to share everything but the blame. but now that bern is out and i know he is still in but, let's face it, he is out because they couldn't decide. that's the thing about socialist rev lowtionaries. you never know whether they are going to throw the fist up or hand down. bernie got trapped in mid zone there. as far as them going over to trump's thing now, i know everybody is telling me that the trump rallies are so violent now. i guess. are they talking the 78-year-old guy who clocked the kid giving them the finger up there in the bob euchre seats? i guess it's the end of the world as we know it i didn't like it but then again, i didn't like that knockout game that people were playing a couple years ago. remember when they were going up to old people and homeless people and sucker punching them in the face? if you said what's more egregious this or the knockout game. >> i found the knockout game
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more preapocalyptic. people were minding their own business and people would come up and sucker them in the face. i can tell you throughout history if you are walking through a thing and you are giving the finger to people who were there participating in something, guess what? i chance you are going to get clocked. >> levittown was a chance. we're not justifying it. >> how far out of my way did i go to say that? >> that's right. of course i'm not. >> politically correct here. not justifying any violence ever under any circumstances unless i do it. >> but do i think that that's like hitler? i do think that that old man clocking that kid who was giving him the finger leads to the systematic liquidation of 6 million of his fellow human beings? no, i don't. you know what? i'm not going to call people hitler unless they are hitler. i remember fdr two months you are historian. i like to read. you know more about it than me. two months after pearl
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harbor, fdr, who is the yoda of the left, signed, bill 9066 he round up 127,000 japanese people. >> and put them in the camps. >> 60% of them were of american citizens. he put them in internment camps. i'm not even going to call that hitler like but certainly this is not hitler like. >> cornell university, one of the least diverse major colleges in the country. we sent watters up there. >> i have friends liberal arts majors. they write a paper and bring up conservative viewpoint they won't get a good grade.
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"watters world," cornell university in upstate, new york is a please teenage just police press prestigious ivy league school. 96 pierce went to democrats. only 15 of 323 donors gave the conservative campaign causes. that doesn't seem real diverse to me. we sent watters to cornell.
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>> what year are you here? >> i'm a grad student, actually. >> oh, fancy pants. >> then we have lots to talk, about huh? >> what's campus. >> very diverse campus. bunch of different people from a bunch of different background. >> it's not that diverse. because, according to this report, 96% of the donations from faculty here went to democrats. >> what's wrong with that? >> oh, oh. >> i think we are a pretty liberal school. >> do you support diversity. >> i do. >> but you don't support diversity of opinion? [crickets chirping] >> you wrote the article that blew this whole story up. >> the administration refused to comment. we got a lot of professors saying pretty much they don't think that republicans are qualified to teach here. >> do you ever feel that the professors are pushing a political agenda here. >> i have friends who are liberal arts majors. they write a paper and bring up a conservative viewpoint they won't get a good grade. >> if i want an a i have to
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tell. >> 96% is kind of high. >> really high. >> you are acting like brown university. >> i'm honestly not really surprised. >> your brain is a sponge right now. i'm worried that these teachers are starting to have a chilling effect. >> ah -- ♪ >> i'm going to give you a test to see if you have been indoctrinated and how bad it is. do you think we should build a wall on the southern border to protect the illegal alien invasion? >> invasion? >> you would be okay with guatemalans coming into your dorm room and sleep on your floor. >> no. >> that's not smart from cornell student. >> i'm indoctrinated so i know nothing. >> do the professors pass around doobies in class. >> maybe but i don't know about it. >> i won't go schizo, will i? >> do the teachers ever burn incense in class? >> no. >> never? >> you probably missed that then. >> have the professors ever told to you make love, not
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war? >>. no. [ laughter ] >> i think you are making everybody uncomfortable. >> oh, everybody knows what i mean. >> what is the national debt right now? >> 200 million. [ buzzer ] >> 18 trillion. professors aren't telling you the truth. >> maybe not. >> do you think that the phrase "islamic terror" is offensive. >> yes. >> have a lot of terrorists been episcopalian these days. >> [contradicts chirping] >> can i buy you a hat. >> you can't buy me anything. >> dinner? >> awkward. >> what do you think about hillary clinton. >> after the whole email scandal i have lost a lot of trust in her. >> do you trust hillary clinton? >> yes. >> why did she lie about the ben geaz attacks being about a video when she knew it was about a terrorist attack? >> huh? >> come on, man. >> i don't think that she was lying at all to the american public. >> sanders, are you feeling the berne? >> i feel like hillary will
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give him the burn. >> i'm sorry for interrupting. jesse. >> yes. >> melissa. >> once again, we ask that you don't interview students on campus. >> we have his permission. cornell doesn't have a problem with fox news, does it? >> absolutely not. >> would you grant us permission to interview students if they grant us permission to do the interview? >> not on campus at this time. >> it says here you guys have the power to grant us permission to shoot on campus. >> we do. i'm not. >> you are denying us permission. >> not on campus. >> you are the head of media relations. you can't articulate it? are you choosing not to articulate the reason or you don't have a reason? >> does it get easier? >> no. >> the administration stonewalled your investigation into donations? >> yeah. they said they don't take that into consideration and they would not comment. >> i'm kind of a leaf peeper. killing two birds with one stone. >> i love anybody who loves trees. >> what do you think about that? there is not a lot of political diversity here on
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campus. >> it is a good time to leave. >> does that bother you? >> the leaves are fantastic. >> that's what you are going with? >> well, i mean, i will be happy to do what can i to help you do whatever you need to do. >> well, we are doing that right now. >> not in a particularly magical way. >> you don't believe in magic? [ laughter ] >> this continue yansous interference annoys me. >> will the university explain why you are not granting us permission to shoot here? >> i will send you the statement. send me your email. >> you are the one that made the decision. >> i will send the statement. we have your email. >> great talk. >> do you ever watch "watters world"? >> no. >> i'm watters, this is my world right here. this is my world right here. >> well, we appreciate you coming to campus. >> they hated you. >> they did. >> yeah, they hated you. no doubt about it did the guy tell you why you couldn't shoot? >> finally i got a
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statement. it didn't say why. it says cornell does not consider a person's political stance in its hiring practices. >> well, you didn't ask them anything about that. >> maybe they should if 96%. >> they basically didn't want you there. >> no. >> but they -- don't they understand they look 18 times worse than if they just left you alone. >> after they hire conservative professors maybe they should hire new pr. >> they called me and told me the real reason they didn't want you on campus. you had mittens. >> mittens have no finger definition. those had fingers. >> tied jacket and mittens. >> it was cold. >> did you see any of the students wearing mittens? >> no. ear muffs. >> you were the only one wearing mittens and that's why they didn't want you on campus. >> i get cold easily. >> there is watters, everybody. that's his world. >> miller is on deck. he has got some material on the political landscape. can't wait to hear it. >> liberalism is like a new beach. it sounds great until you get there a lot 6 cankels,
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back of the book segment tonight. the best of miller time. we put together some of the d-man's most flamboyant moments over the past few months. sit back. here they come. >> so, miller, march madness and politics, what say you? >> i think what's happening here is i would like to start with the democrats. i think eight years of ineptitude is kind of coming back. they can play all the games they want with the, you know, the unemployment rate going down. when more people are quitting the work place and they can say we are in better shape now that iran is our friends and israel feels he estranged. i think there is a lot of
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ineptitude catching up to them. democrats suffer from intention deficit disorder. they want to help all victims, except actual ones. and i have always said liberalism is like a nude beach. it sounds great until you get there. a lot of cankels, a lot of stretch marks and stuff like that. >> hello, fellows. here i am. >> bernie sanders is finding out about. that is there anything more deliciously ironic in the universe than the redistribution of super delegates taking bernie sanders down. bernie, this is what you are advocating. somebody else does the work and then the other person gets the super delegates. it's so beautiful. i see people getting tattoos of him. i love that it's the era of the indelible light weight. you know, socialism starts at home. and i think they ought to make it ben and jerry's and bernie's. those guys are big supporters. now, up against him we have hillary and i know that six out of ten women probably
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moving towards two out of three are enraptured by hillary clinton. can i tell you i'm not being mean here, i'm just telling you the truth. i don't get it i find her clunky. i find her inauthentic. she is always trawling on the grim. there is never any concession on her side that she has her hand with the president on the tiller for the last eight years and honchoed a lot of this crap into place. i think of her as a b.s. artist of the caribbean perpetually stuck in the 1967 virginia slim ad a latter deign moan of of arc ark. what am i missing? you will tell me you were gas lighting me and you find her odd, too. but you were burning candles down when i was out of the room. >> putin has a fragrance. vladimir putin was s. market ago fragrance. i understand if you spray it on, you invade ukraine. >> speaking of the oscars, i swear he looks exactly like
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the oscar statue ♪ ♪ >> i predict that the 2016 phrase of the year at the end of next year will be, hey, i smell like putin. >> hey, i smell like putin. >> get off there. people are trying to sleep. >> here is the ad campaign, pilly. can i bring home crimia, fry it up in a pan. become the hell out of isis because your god is a sham. i am putin ang lee. ♪ i can't seem to forget you. your vodka stays on my mind. >> just a couple of ad campaigns. >> miller, you are on. the segment is on. you are on television. >> billy, sorry. >> it's all right. sure. what are you doing out there, miller? >> obviously, politics. hillary supporters, i watch her speak. they must deaden down their sympathetic nervous system to not flush when they are shoveling that fact.
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i see where comey is interinterview her for the fbi. you know something, that's turned into the falcon and snowman and bad pants suit over there. >> you really want to hurt him and do some damage? make it public. >> i have an idea. i think we ought to take the four people who are left and let them all run. all right? we get cruz, we get trump. we get bernie, we get hillary, let them all run and let the chips fall where they may. >> that would be interesting. now, the falcon and the snow man movie starring sean penn i recall vaguely. not a big blockbuster. just want to put that into perspective. >> billy, you have to give your audience more credit, my friend. >> miller, i usually do, in this case i think there may be three people, sean penn and his parents know who the falcon and the snowman is. >> i don't know what's going on with you. but but this is insane. >> when we come right back. jesse watters has compiled a list of unbelievably foolish things said this campaign
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centurylink. your link to what's next. thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the persona l one of our most special segments is watters world. he talks to folks without any selection process. he talks to random people asking questions. we decided to put together some of the dumbest things said about politics so far this season. >> reporter: according to you what's the most important issues facing the nation? >> facing the nation? people too serious, man. >> reporter: sounds like somebody has a case of the mondays. >> i don't have enough shoes. >> global warming. >> reporter: know what happens when it gets warmer, i take off a layer. >> i can't feel my arms.
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>> reporter: what has the president done well on the world stage do you think. >> i'm not sure. i guess world peace. >> reporter: have you looked around in the newspapers recently. >> no way. >> reporter: do you like capitalism. >> i don't know. >> reporter: you don't know. you studied business administration. >> yeah. >> reporter: do you know what capitalism is. >> you can tell me more about it. >> when i'm being told who to vote for through the money and politics i don't feel equal. >> reporter: so you must like trump because he's not taking any corporate money? >> you know -- >> reporter: if trump is president are you going to leave the country. >> less traffic. >> i'm being humorous. >> donald trump is a clown. >> reporter: you're dressed like that but trump is a clown. >> yeah. >> reporter: do you think benghazi is going to hurt hillary. >> i think benghazi -- >> reporter: are you worried
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about benghazi. >> is he going to be running against it. >> reporter: what do you think her biggest accomplishment was. >> yikes. >> reporter: what about hillary is impressive to you. >> take a licking and keep on ticking. >> reporter: do you like to take a licking and keep on ticking. do you think we should close it. >> just like -- >> what? >> reporter: gitmo. >> what? >> what do we have open? let's see what we have. >> you're playing with half a deck. >> reporter: do you like bernie. >> he's a great congressman. >> reporter: he's a senator. >> surely you're not serious. >> reporter: what specifically are you looking for the next president to do. >> definitely help more with college students. >> i'd like school to be paid for because why should i have to pay for higher education. >> reporter: what nations do you
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really admire besides this country. >> russia. >> i don't want to hear this. >> i like marx because he had ideas. >> reporter: his ideas led to a lot of deaths. >> yes, they did. >> ridiculous. that's dumb. >> reporter: why is the president allowing the iranians to nuke up. >> he doesn't want a problem with them because he wants the gas. we can't keep getting it from alaska because alaska only has so much oil. >> reporter: which european countries would you like to see the united states emlate. >> the swiss. >> reporter: did the swiss defeat the nazis. >> they didn't do anything. >> reporter: america defeated the nazis. >> yes. >> you're killing me. >> watters and this is my world. >> reporter: it needs a little work. >> boy, is he strict.
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that is it for the factor. we thank you for watching. i'm bill o'reilly and please remember that the spin stops right here because we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight donald trump and yours truly an exclusive right here. good evening and welcome everyone. i'm megyn kelly. tonight an in-depth look at the most unpresidential campaign in u.s. history. he made up the rules as he went along against all odds he is the last man standing. he took down 17 rivals and even went after certain members of the press, some of whom you know very well. how did he get here and how far can he go? we put those questions to four of the most accomplished men in politics today. men who

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