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evening. as always, thank you for being with us. have a great fourth of july and a great night. >> tonight the summer spectacular. >> your boy, he looks sharp. >> ronnie . he acted with a lot of monkeys. >> real ones? >> how much do people know about our nation's history? >> who did america fight in world w world war i? >> france. >> he quizzes the folks on u.s. presidents. >> john f kennedy. >> what's the f stand for? >> franklin?
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>> francisco? >> he was hispanic. >> historic wars and even the state of our union. give the president a grade on the economy? >> i give him a d. the unemployment is still really low and jobs are going overseas. >> beaches from miami to malibu, just on time for summer. >> caution, you're about to enter the no spin zone. "the o'reilly factor" begins right now. hi. thank you for watching this special edition of the factor. the watter' world, summer special. the next hour we'll hit all the beaches all over america to sample just what our fellow citizens know about current events, global affairs and u.s. history. god help us.
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♪ >> who did america defeat in the revolutionary war? >> this is one of those things that's going to be on facebook, yo. >> are you serious? >> oh, god. >> this is going to be a history quiz? you didn't tell me that. >> too late. >> who did america fight in the revolutionary war? >> the french? >> that's a good question. i don't know. >> countries. >> countries? >> yes. >> china? >> wow. i feel really dumb. was it the french? >> the french, right? >> really? >> japan? no? >> oh, my god. what did america fight in the revolutionary war? i don't remember. >> russia? >> russia? >> give me another shot at it. >> reporter: who did america
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fight? >> revolutionary war? >> ourselves. >> whoa. north versus south, the confederate versus the union. >> reporter: that was the civil war. >> oh. >> freak out. >> they love tea. >> boston. >> um, british. >> reporter: yes. >> actually, i'm english. >> britain? >> britain. >> britain? whoa. >> reporter: right across there? that's great britain. >> really? >> reporter: what was george washington's job? >> george washington was one of the presidents. >> reporter: which president? >> he was the second president after lincoln? >> oh, my god. >> he was a general or something. >> he didn't work with horses, did he? >> god bless you. >> thankins. you too. >> i always knew i was smart.
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>> reporter: who won the civil war? >> not the confederates, the -- >> the northeast, or whatever. >> us. >> reporter: who is us? >> great britain? >> no idea. britain. >> boy, i feel like a horse's pa toot. >> was it the soviet union? >> the french? >> i don't know. i would say france again. >> england. >> germany. >> this is not good. >> reporter: who fought in the civil war? >> it was america and britain and spain, some part of spain. >> who won the civil war? >> reporter: 0 for 2. >> i don't remember any of these. you didn't say this was a history lesson. >> it says here you lack concentration. >> the north versus the south. >> north america versus south america. >> it was the north versus the -- >> south korea? north korea?
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no. >> reporter: who won the civil war? >> civil war was -- that was us with probably -- it was europe, france, and america. no. wrong. i am terrible at history. >> i agree. >> reporter: who won the civil war. >> the north? >> the north. >> reporter: you sure? >> no, it was the south. >> that's not the same thing. >> i believe the north won the civil war. >> the north. >> the union. >> the union. >> i'm a civil war buff. >> i want to party with you. >> reporter: what was the civil war about? >> couldn't tell you. >> reporter: no idea? >> of course not. >> reporter: you should know. >> i know, right? >> yeah. yeah. >> reporter: do you remember what the civil war was about? >> civilization. [ laughter ] >> um, land. >> reporter: can you be more specific? >> um -- >> nice try. >> reporter: do you know what
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the civil war was about? >> i'm not much of a history guy. >> the battle of the wits has become. >> reporter: do you know what the civil war was about. >> i wish i studied my history. >> reporter: kind of a big one. >> what was the civil war about? >> freedom. >> slavery. >> reporter: yes. >> do you know what the civil war was about? >> not right now, no. >> when will then be now? soon. reas >> reporter: what did abraham lincoln do? where was he from? >> the south. >> reporter: no. >> when was the war of 1812 in. >> can i ask him? he'll know. >> reporter: it was in the 1800s. >> 1800s. >> when? >> 1812? what kind of question is that?
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>> reporter: world war ii, who did we fight? >> you're put megato the test. if my teacher watches this, he'll be real mad. >> the allies versus the axis. >> china. >> the south. >> reporter: that was the last question. >> that is, without a doubt, the dumbest thing i've ever heard. >> china. >> um, france. >> no. france was on our side. you said that, right? no? >> reporter: you really have a thing for the french, don't you? >> we all talk like him. >> russia. >> china. >> the french. >> reporter: who did america fight in world war ii? >> that was a big war. that was like the whole world or something, owe. i swear. >> we fought vietnam. >> reporter: that was the vietnam war. >> oh, right. so we fought -- we fought, world war ii would have been -- wasn't
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it, like, china? >> reporter: who did america fight in world war ii? >> the axis powers. >> the nazis. >> and japan. >> high five. >> germany and japan. >> reporter: who bombed us in pearl harbor? >> that's a tough question. was it china? >> reporter: china? >> i don't know. >> korea, right? >> reporter: not korea. >> russia? >> reporter: not russia. >> wow. >> was it the koreans. >> i'm sorry but all questions must be submitted in writing. >> reporter: who bombed us in pearl harbor? >> the japanese. >> reporter: good. >> japan. >> reporter: very good. >> reporter: who did america fight in the vietnam war? >> was it south korea? >> north korea? >> north korea? >> korea? >> where did you come up with that? >> i have no idea where i came
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up with it. >> france. is it france? [ laughter ] >> reporter: oh, gosh. >> they're all laughing at me. it's embarrassing. >> reporter: who did america fight in the vietnam war? >> vietnam. >> reporter: who did we fight in the vietnam war? >> vietnam. >> north vietnam, and we still didn't win. >> no. >> reporter: who won the cold war? >> i'm not the best historian here, but -- >> reporter: you don't say. >> the russians won. >> no one. didn't we agree to disagree. >> america and russia came out together after world war ii, kind of friends. frenemy. >> reporter: frenemy? >> say one more hip center thing, and i'm going to shove you in your case. >> reporter: who won the cold war? >> i don't know. >> was it the french? i'm blaming everything on the french. >> spain? >> japan? >> america. we're always in the wars.
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it's weird. >> france, they always bring us into it. i don't know why. >> you mean switzerland? >> yes. >> sorry. >> reporter: who won the cold war? >> russia. >> france? >> united states? >> reporter: who did the united states fight in the cold war? >> the french. >> reporter: if we caught the french, it would have been a little bit easier. >> russia. >> reporter: do you know who fought in the cold war? >> the soviets. >> some folks got to win the hard way. >> i'll say we won because our goal was to stop the spread of communi communism. >> go america. >> who did we fight against? >> ussr? >> yeah. usssr. >> reporter: what was the cold war about? >> freeing the slaves. >> what? >> reporter: do you know why they called it the cold war? >> because it was cold. >> reporter: why did they call
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it the cold war? >> russia is cold up there. >> because no one was making advances. it wasn't actual fighting. >> reporter: which dictator did the u.s. topple in iraq? >> um, what do you mean topple? >> wow. >> osama bin laden. >> osama bin laud p. >> we kill everybody. >> reporter: you mean we bring them to justice? >> yeah. >> hussein. >> reporter: which president? >> obama. >> obama? george bush? >> reporter: which one? >> this is terrible. >> reporter: do you know who i am? >> i sadly do. [ laughter ] >> tom watters, and this is my
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world. >> you're who? >> this man a a fine patriot. >>. >> reporter: i'm watters, and this is my world right here. >> it was warm out there. might it have been the sun? would it be the sun? >> affecting their brain cells. >> the best answer was why was it a cold war? because it's cold in russia. >> my favorite, we fought the south in world war ii. >> southern germany, there were u.s. troops. people always say you go out and spotlight the dumbest people you can find. >> come on. i went out and looked for girls who were attractive and guys that were drinking. your average, typical guy at the beach. >> but they weren't intoxicated? >> no. i got there at 11. people hadn't been drinking that long. people are normal, average college kids. >> we don't edit out the right answers? >> no. >> anybody smart? >> one of the girls was 4 for 5.
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and she was a ringer. we dinged her a lot, and then the girl with the thong, she was 1 for 5. the two brothers for 0 for 5. they were in trouble. >> next time ask them where they went to college or high school. >> some of them told me. i don't want to name names right now. >> why? >> should si? >> yeah. >> university of maryland. >> it's brutal. it's random. you're selecting them random. >> you don't have a sign that says please if you're dumb talk to me. >> i do attract dumb people, but no. >> coming up, hitting the beach to ask the folks why we celebrate july fourth. >> i'm teacher so we have it off. >> independence day. not being at work. >> independence day. >> thank you. ♪
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>> i'm a teacher so we have it off. >> reporter: what are we celebrating today? >> dependenindependence, not be work. >> reporter: freedom. what year did we sign the declaration of independence? >> i don't know any of that stuff. >> don't leave me hanging. >> maybe you need a refresher course. >> 1964? >> 1776. >> 1776. >> reporter: all right. the bicentennial. >> i didn't say that. >> reporter: who did we declare independence from? >> i don't know. >> do you know? [ laughter ] >> independence from the king. >> reporter: what king? >> great britain. >> reporter: do you know what year it was? >> 1600s. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: what's the basis of july fourth? >> looking across the pond and saying england, you lost. >> you're right. you're absolutely right.
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>> reporter: who's your favorite founding father? >> abraham lincoln. >> reporter: abraham lincoln. >> he's not a founding father. isn't he the first president? >> i want to get it on a tape recorder because nobody is going to believe me. >> george washington. >> what's a founding father. >> hi, i'm earth. have we met. >> reporter: what is ben franklin famous for? >> 100th president? >> i like franklin better. he's on the 1200. washington is on the single. >> thomas jefferson signed knit. >> reporter: he wrote it. >> oh. >> reporter: what about sam adams. >> good beer. >> reporter: have you had a few of those already? >> no. >> give me some more punch. >> reporter: do you know who patrick henry is? >> i've heard of him. >> reporter: give me liberty or
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give me. >> freedom. >> freedom? >> am i right? >> justice. >> and the american way. >> reporter: why were we fighting the british? >> taxation without representation? >> reporter: no tackation. >> you can't be taxed if you're not represented as an individual. >> reporter: who is famous for that line? >> john smith? >> reporter: sam adams. you learning something every day. life, liberty, and --? >> freedom of speech? >> that's good enough for me. i'm fine. >> reporter: what's the good part about this country. >> anybody can be a go getter. >> reporter: are you a go getter? >> yeah. >> reporter: all right. >> let's go get 'em. >> reporter: do you ever watch bill o'reilly? >> sometimes. >> when it's on but i'm not paying attention. >> reporter: what have you heard of him? >> i'll have to watch him. >> i like it. it's important.
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>> anything you want to say to him on july fourth? >> i hope you have an awesome day. >> coming up, he lands on martha's vineyard to find out how the folks feel about president obama. >> i think he's doing the best he can. >> he's a little too laid back, but i think there's a method to his madness. i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents.
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continuing now. oi sent jessie to martha's vineyard to ask them about president obama and what he's done as commander in chief. this is a watters' classic.
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♪ >> reporter: what's the scene like right here? >> right here? >> oh, she's a very vigorous woman. >> reporter: are you disappointed in anything the president has done? >> absolutely. >> i think he's doing the best he can. >> reporter: when reagan was president he got a lot done. how come president obama can't do anything? >> president obama is black. >> can you feel the tension in the air right now? >> reporter: are you disappointed in president obama's presidency? >> not at all. >> he's a little too laid back, but i think there's a method to his madness. >> it's alive. it's alive. it's alive. >> it's time to get a republican in to turn things around. >> he needs to realize that there are people in congress that don't have his best interest at heart and he needs to fight back harder than he has
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been. >> when he started, he didn't have any gray hair. now he's almost like me, beautiful. >> excuse me? >> reporter: do you have obama care? >> no. it is not obama care. it is affordable health care. and like -- >> reporter: how come it isn't so affordable? >> a ha. >> reporter: why did the president lie and say if you like your health care, you can keep it. >> the only negative is that the co-pay sucks. >> pay the man. >> what? >> pay the man. >> reporter: the economy under the president has been rocky? >> yes. i've been laid off three times. >> pretty young for that, aren't you? >> reporter: on the border. major invasion taking place right now. the president hasn't really stopped that. >> are we talking about in israel. >> reporter: are you putting me on? >> maybe i'll put you on later.
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>> i think you said about enough. >> reporter: did you come can here legally? >> i did. >> reporter: do you think it's unfair if people come here illegally and jump the line? >> i believe it's unfair. >> reporter: then why has the president allowed illegal aliens to come across the boarder? >> they are not aliens. >> reporter: what they are? >> humans. >> i am a human. >> reporter: would you be okay if they shipped them all to martha's vineyard? >> no. >> reporter: then why is it okay to ship it to other parts of the country. >> i don't agree with it. >> reporter: is the president a strong commander in chief? >> yes. >> reporter: in what way? >> um. >> reporter: what has the president done well on the world stage? >> i'm not sure. world peace. >> reporter: world peace? have you looked around in the newspapers recently? >> no way. >> reporter: if you had any advice for the president, what is it? >> hang in there. >> do women know about
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shrinkage. >> you mean like laundry? >> reporter: do you ever watch bill o'reilly? >> oh, yeah, he's a son of a [ bleep ]. >> i love it. >> reporter: do you think bill o'reilly would be a better president than barack obama? >> absolutely not. >> hell no. [ laughter ] . >> no insult to bill, but i think anybody would. >> slow down, colonel. >> what is this? [ laughter ] >> i want to give that woman her own show. do we have -- >> reporter: her name is ruby. she was there with her friend annette. the ruby factor. >> i love that woman. >> ruby. >> we'll track her down. >> she's fantastic. >> and the top less woman. what was with that? >> there's a nude beach there. >> in massachusetts?
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>> you told me about it. >> i did not. that's a lie. that's a lie. you're fired. >> i go there every year. i go there every year. it's tradition. >> come on. did they ever hear of salem? you can't do this in massachusetts. we're going to take care of watters. he'll be here in about three weeks healing from the bruises. >> next on the run down of watters world. the cliche edition. >> do you ever hear annoying phrases that get your goat? >> i live on cony island. i don't even have a goat. ♪ i'm going to make this as simple as possible for you. you can go ahead and stick with that complicated credit card that limits where you earn bonus cash back. or... you can get the quicksilver card from capital one. quicksilver earns you unlimited 1.5% cash back on ev-e-ry purchase, ev-e-ry-where. i shouldn't have to ask.
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best 68,000 employees ever. that's how we own it. no group has yet claimed responsibility for the latest deadly terrorist attack in the middle east. this time the target was one of islam's holiest shrines. saudi arabia's mosque where the profit muhammad is buried. four security officers were
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killed and five others hurt when the killer detonated the vest. the attack took place as thousands of worshippers were about to hold sunset prayers. in baghdad they are uncovering bodies from the single deadliest bombing to hit the iraqi capitol in over a decade. a string of smaller bombings killed an additional 16 people today. one rocket attack near baghdad's international airport left three police officers dead. now back to watters' world summer edition. watters' world, the cliche edition. words like cool, awesome, at the end of the day, drive me nuts. we hear them over and over again. we sent him out to see if other americans agree with me.
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♪ >> reporter: one of the most annoying cliches in my book is one someone does something wrong and says my bad. >> that's annoying. i don't go for it. >> reporter: it's not even an apology. >> more of an excuse than an apology. >> reporter: just say sorry. >> sorry is like when you kill someone's cat. >> reporter: if you sleep with someone's girlfriend, you don't say my bad. >> no. i don't think you say anything. [ laughter ] >> i say my bad. >> reporter: why don't you step up to the plate and say i'm sorry? >> i'm cooler than that. >> reporter: congratulations. >> it's an ego thing. >> reporter: do you have a big ego? >> sometimes. >> reporter: me too. >> your bad right now is having a popped and p popped collar. >> reporter: it is? >> yeah.
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>> reporter: who says it's all good? >> the same person that says my bad. >> it's street lin go. >> reporter: you're a white guy. you can't do it. >> it started with the african american community. it's slang. >> reporter: it's all good isn't grammatically correct. >> you're right. >> for me, it ain't all good. i'd be lying if i told you that. you know what i mean? >> if a woman is saying it's all good, it's not. >> you know something? i believe you. >> reporter: when people say kick the can down the road. >> does that mean they're passing something? >> i'm coming to join you, honey. >> it's to leave your problems to someone else. >> reporter: people in washington kick the can down the road? >> people used to kick them down the road for fun. >> get a stick and run down the street. >> get your can and put it in the garbage.
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>> reporter: i think you're taking it too literally. at the end of the day. >> it's like a yada, yada, yada. >> that's italian. italians made that term up. >> forget about it. >> reporter: i thought it was yiddish. >> no. >> what did you say? >> bill says that a lot too. >> at the end of the day, his butt is in jail. >> reporter: you're calling him out. >> i watch him all the time. >> i'm at the beach with my spee does. give me a chance. >> reporter: i didn't notice that. >> lord, whatever i done, don't strike me blind. >> i just want to -- hold on. there we go. at the end of the day, he looks better now, right? >> he's almost too good looking. >> reporter: what about when people say i'm reaching out. >> to me that's a bunch of [ bleep ]. forget about reaching out. do it. >> did i tell you to do it? you got a do it. >> are people really watching this right now? >> shut up.
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>> reporter: do you ever hear annoying freephrases that get y goat? >> i live on coney island. i don't have a goat. >> the only one i can think of is that's what she said. >> you know what i'm saying? >> i know what you're saying. >> reporter: you know what i'm saying? >> i don't know what you're saying. please explain. >> reporter: do you ever watch watters world? >> yeah. >> reporter: big fan? >> not a big fan. >> what was that? >> reporter: do you watch watters world? >> yes. i love it. with kevin koser in. he's so sexy. >> did you say something? >> i think he had his collar up in the back in that movie too. >> that was a great answer, watters world. >> reporter: she nailed me. >> she had no clue who you were. >> i love watters world. i'm like are you sure. >> you went out to coney island. that was a pretty good crowd. >> decent people. >> and they used a clip of me
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saying at the end of the day. that was out of context. you want to explain. >> you were accusing me of decepti deceptively editing you? >> i was mocking it. and he cut out all the stuff around it. >> we full the full transcript on the internet tomorrow. >> that's the worst. at the ends of the day, that's the worst. it's on tv, they continue to say that. >> you nail med me when i first came onto the show. you walked in and said watters, you booked the b block yet. and i said i'm reaching out but i haven't heard yet. you said reaching out. you mean did you fax him? i never used it again. >> good. you got to learn one thing from this thing. >> ahead, who is your favorite president? watters goes to malibu, california to find out. >> abraham lincoln. >> babes that like abe. >> if she were a president,
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>> who is your favorite president? >> john f kennedy. >> because he's attractive, right? >> yeah. >> i don't know. reagan, maybe? >> reporter: you're a reagan guy? >> abraham lincoln. >> babes that like abe. >> if she were a president, she'd be baberhamm lincoln. >> reporter: i'll show you a picture of a president. >> this lifestyle is a choice. >> reporter: who is this? >> george washington. >> the biggest pot farmer in american history. >> reporte >> sexy. >> reporter: what bill is he on? >> 100. >> 10? >> 1. >> he's not on the 1. >> reporter: he's on the 1. >> oh, 1. >> john f kennedy. >> reporter: what does the f stand for? >> francisco?
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>> reporter: he was spanish. >> fitzgerald. >> abraham lincoln. >> reporter: do you remember around when he was president? >> 1786. >> reporter: do you remember who won the civil war. >> we did. >> i don't know. america. >> reporter: the north or the south? >> the south? >> reporter: your boy -- >> reagan. he looks sharp. >> reporter: he acted with a lot of monkeys, remember? >> real ones? >> is there any way you could let me keep him for a while. >> he seemed like the typical dad because he was the father to the next president. >> reporter: what do you mean? >> right? kennedy, wasn't there two kennedys? >> another bush. >> reporter: wait. what did you just say? >> ronald reagan. >> i don't even understand what that means. >> roosevelt.
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>> reporter: yes. fdr. do you remember what the d stands for? >> delaware. >> oh, gnarly. >> not eisenhower. that was hoover. the hoover guy. >> john adams. no. who is that? >> reporter: who is this? >> that one is teddy roosevelt. >> reporter: oh, my god. you nailed it. >> yeah. >> i did it. >> reporter: speak softly and carry a big -- >> heart? >> brain. >> hammer. >> pickle. >> broccoli. >> oh, [ bleep ]. >> reporter: carry a big. >> stick. >> reporter: well done. >> that's george w. bush. >> the older bush. >> it would have raised taxes. >> and i would have had one term. >> reporter: which vegetable did he hate? >> eggplant. >> brussel sprouts. >> broccoli?
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>> reporter: yes. you knew he hated broccoli, but you didn't know who won the civil war [ laughter. >> i'm totally bugging. >> that's our peanut guy. right? >> is it carter? >>. >> reporter: you got it. >> i don't think that's a president. >> i'd be surprised if it is. >> reporter: first name is jimmy. >> jimmy -- carter. >> reporter: yes. >> oh, that is a president. >> i'm kicking your ass right now, jess. >> reporter: we had the hostage crisis with what country. >> south korea? >> sweden? >> reporter: what country took hostages? >> germany? >> berlin? >> that's in germany. >> oh, yeah. >> iran? >> reporter: excellent. >> reporter: who do you think is going to be the next president? >> hillary. girl power. >> she should have her picture on the cover of the ama journal. >> reporter: is the economy
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stupid? >> is it stupid or are you saying it? >> reporter: that's the famous line. >> is the economy stupid? >> reporter: never mind. do you ever watch watters' world. >> the movie? >> reporter: um, watters -- [ laughter ] this is my world. my world is right here. >> you got me on that one. >> to know it was the secondhand smoke from the guy's reefer. you were out of control. >> reporter: he was in a win bay go. he called it his office. >> and in malibu with the nice weather, you can do it year around. >> reporter: and nothing going on. >> up next going to panama city, florida to ask beach goers how they feel about the country. >> the debt, you can get out of it. actually, you can't. >> right back with it. before i had the shooting,
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more watters. this time heading to panama city, florida to ask young folks about the state of our union. ♪ >> reporter: give obama a grade on the economy? >> he doesn't have that much to do with it. >> i'll give him a d plus. >> a d. >> reporter: that's pretty harsh. why? [ laughter. >> excuse us, please. >> a c. my dad lost his job because of the economy. >> reporter: so it's personal. >> it's personal. >> reporter: he says he's created job. >> people our age are in trouble
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when we graduate. >> i'll give him a d. i feel like the jobs are going overseas and the unemployment rate is low. >> reporter: how would you grade the obama administration. >> obama saved the economy. single handedly saved the economy by buying out everything that was about to crash. >> i don't know what you're talking about anymore. >> reporter: give the president a grade on the economy. >> d minus. >> d. >> reporter: that's a little harsh. he says he saved the economy and turned things around. >> we'll keep it average. >> adam smith is an economist in the 1800s. >> reporter: what was it? >> lay yez fair. >> it's lazais fair. >> reporter: grade obama on the national debt. >> he tripled it or something. >> it was really bad, but it was strategic. >> reporter: the debt, you can get out of it. fwal, you >> i wish we didn't own that
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dent. >> reporter: what was the grade on the debt? >> f. >> f that. >> you kiss your mother with that mouth. >> reporter: grade the president on the debt. >> we should change it to numbers. >> if you want to get out of debt, maybe the politicians shouldn't get paid to make stupid decisions. >> we'll call it money and give it a different definition. you get a bailout. i'm going to just put 10 million numbers, money into the national -- a federal reserve, it doesn't matter. there's no cash value. everyone is like if you -- just listen. just listen. >> at no point in your rambling incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. ♪ >> overall presidential leadership? how would you grade the president? >> i think he gets bashed all the time for not -- for talking
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to people. i think diplomacy is the best thing to institute in certain situations. >> reporter: you want to become friends with iran and al kad? >> i'm saying talk to them. >> leadership, d minus. he says change, but nothing has changed. >> he's a good speaker. >> reporter: can you name one significant phrase he's termed? >> no. >> this is going to end right here right now. >> reporter: anything you want to say to bill? >> bill clinton? >> that's interesting. >> reporter: bill o'reilly. anything you want to say to bill? >> hi. >> i love you, bill o'reilly. ♪ >> next up, a war on women. >> reporter: in what way are men and women not equal? >> wow. look at that face. >> reporter: have you ever been waterboarded in the war on women? >> in what?
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esurance, an allstate company. click or call. watters' world, the war on women edition. it is a safe bet that the democrats will make it a big campaign issue. as most men know, there are plenty of ladies in miami beach. so we sent watters to the front lines down there. ♪ >> reporter: i'm here to surrender. the war on women, have you ever been waterboarded? in the war on women? >> in the -- in what? >> reporter: do you think there's a war on women going on right now in this country? >> yeah. there is a big war. >> reporter: do you think men are keeping you guys down? >> you know, there's just not
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enough equality between men and women. >> reporter: if there is a war, does that mean we have to keep paying for your dinner? >> if you want to go on a date with me. >> i will pay. >> reporter: you don't always want equality. you want chivalry when it suits you? >> absolutely. >> reporter: if i bought you a drink, you'd refuse it, then in. [ laughter ] ? >> stranger danger. >> reporter: in what way are men and women not equal? >> in the way they're treated. you can see how if girls are walking by, girls are stare at them, whistling. >> reporter: do you get paid the same as men? >> more. >> reporter: more? there's a reason for that. >> reporter: do you think you get paid the same? >> of course not. >> reporter: do you think the wnba players should make the same as the nba? >> of course. they're working just as hard doing the same thing. >> reporter: you don't believe in supply and demand?
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>> reporter: do you think this country is male dominated? >> yes. >> reporter: could you start dominating? we need a break. >> i feel like we might be dominating you at this point. >> reporter: i might like that. >> well, men can be ceos, and many women can't be. >> reporter: what women can't be a ceo? >> a woman with two kids and one to come. >> reporter: that can't afford a nanny. do you think if a woman were president, there would be less war? >> why would i want her to be the president? because she's a woman? she could be horrible. it's not just about that. >> reporter: are you excited there could be a first female president? >> i love it. >> just like a dame. don't start. you're doing fine. >> reporter: does donald trump have a problem with women? >> i think he loves beautiful women. he has a problem with everybody.
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>> have you listened to him talk? >> reporter: responsors a beauty competition. >> those are based on looks. >> reporter: don't forget about the talent competition. >> reporter: what does trump need to do to get women's votes. >> no one likes arrogance. >> reporter: you must like like obama? >> i love obama. >> reporter: why do you scream so loud when you see a mouse. is that our fault? is he going to bite me? >> well, not really. >> reporter: am i oh pressing you right now? >> no. >> reporter: do you want me to right now? >> please do. >> reporter: i think your boyfriend is over there right now. i'm watters, and this is my world right here. >> no. >> i'm sorry.
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i didn't understand a word you said. >> these ladies at the end, what do they do for a living? >> bartenders. >> and they make more than the males? >> tips, yeah. >> obviously. that's what bartenders get. >> and they were actually from south america, and one of them said my president in south america is a woman. >> that's argentina or brazil? >> one of them. >> the lady that says the wnba basketball players should be paid the same. does he understand how many people go to the games? >> she wants to redistribute the wealth. they do the same job. they put the ball in the basket. >> the job is the same but the crowds are not. >> right. >> that's like saying the roller ber di people should be paid the same as the new england patriots. >> right. >> but you didn't get into microeconomics? >> it was a nice day. >> next battle. >> all right.
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watters' world from miami beach. that is it for tonight. no -- we thank you for watching. always remember the spin stops right here. we're looking out for you. breaking tonight, a country >> breaking tonight a country on alert as we hear new warnings about the risk of an attack on the homeland weeks after the horror of orlando. welcome to a kelly file special, terror in america. i'm megyn kelly. less than one day after terrorists killed 42 and wounded more than 200 others at one of the world's busiest airports, the cia director answered questions on the record and said he would not be surprised if something similar happened here and soon. while the attack in turkey involved sophisticated coordination and planning, america just experienced a terror attack of its own in orlando, florida. and saw the kind of horror that can be unleashed

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