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out of time. thank you for joining us. that is it for today. catch me, please, weekdays 9:00 through noon. thank you very much for joining us. "the five" is next. trump's plan is for "the new york times," quote, an uncomfortable echo of mccarthyism, meaning it's mean and intolerant. mccarthyism is the default button that liberals push be it
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yesterday's communism or today's isis. this leaves us vulnerable. you wouldn't need a new anti-terror campaign if previous attempts weren't handcuffed by pc screams of intolerance. expressed concerns about attacks or terrorists sneaking in as migrants to those who promise mass violence and that makes you islamophobic. it has nothing to do with race and everything to do with deadly ideas. trump often tarnishes legitimate concerns with impulsive, crass rhetoric. that's not mccarthyism. it's carelessness. the media is guilty of a different kind of mccarthyism. charlie, not joe. parodying mindless claims as they focus on trump, they ignore
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hillary clinton say iing she wot send troops to isis. the times are okay with that. always on the wrong side of history, the media cannot read the handwritinging on the wall even when it's written in blood. you know the thing, jesse, there was a lot -- we talked about his speech yesterday. there was legitimate problems here and there. but his plan is actually a legitimate response to what's happening in germany and france. it's not bigoted to think that if terrorists are streaming through, we should try to stop that. >> right. i think "the new york times" would rather be offended than dead. "the new york times" doesn't like extreme vetting. t"the new york times" undertake extreme vetting against republicans every single day. >> good point. >> if america vetted muslim immigrants as toughly as "the new york times" vetted donald trump this would be a safe country. two latest terror attacks, you've had the boston bombing and san bernardino. both were the result of failed
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vetting. "new york times" logic seems to be, to me, it is intolerant to ask someone if they're tolerant. >> yes. >> trump has them so tied up. and "the new york times" is so tolerant, they don't have one conservative on their editorial page. don't lecture us about being tolerant. >> they have one, right? >> not a real one. >> oh! >> who is it? >> household name. >> if you read. >> ooh. >> are there pictures in "the new york times"? i look at the cartoons. >> i like the cartoon. >> you mean frank rich. >> oh, jess. >> and that economist. what do you make of the new york times? some ignored the fact that hillary clinton says no boots on the ground against isis, telling isis what we're going to do. >> neither candidate if they
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become president is probably actually going to do the exact things as president as they are saying when they're candidates. tomorrow they start to get their intelligence briefings. you may see a softening of the rhetoric or pivots. the thing about mccarthyism is that it is one thing to prevent someone from coming into the country if they want to overthrow your government. >> right. >> donald trump was talking about yesterday when he was talking about in his speech -- maybe inartfully, was about a religious test, right? >> uh-huh. >> that is what i think, if "the new york times" wanted to be more successful in arguing against his speech, if you're talking about being a pure constitutionalist, you could not be for what he's talking about. the other thing is, it's not just "the new york times" doesn't want to be offended. they are look at the youth. last week, usa today and rock the vote do a joint poll together. the youth of this country are fleeing from donald trump because they don't want to be -- ever be tagged with being
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bigoted, racist or a semblance of being mean. that's what is hurting him with those folks. there are some things he could have done that were different. mcmullen, the gentleman from utah who has thrown his hat in the ring. >> and his hair. >> and he has thrown his hair in the ring. it's interesting. he was on "special report" in the center seat and was asked by mercedes schlapp, would you allow syrian refugees in? his point was if you are a terrorist, the worst thing you could do is come through the refugee program. that is actually pretty seriously vetted. donald trump, i think, should also expand upon is how do you deal with it at the border when they're coming over, have student visas, et cetera? he is talking about a massive
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overhaul would be extremely expensive. it may be worth the money. that's a conversation that the congress will have to have with him or her come january. >> the media is always on the wrong side of existential battles. if you were communist, "new york times" was anti-communist. if you're anti-terror or anti-radical islam, they are anti-anti-islamism. you were always the bad guy. >> that is the portrayal, if you have heightened concerned about national security, foreign policy, borders, immigration system that is broken or actually trying to make sure that, yes, people are properly vetted. what do we do about the people that we're not able to vet that are coming over through a porous border? in europe you see a backlash and you see angela merkel have a hard time, too. wait a second, people are coming over here, breaking our laws, committing heinous acts of
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violence, many of which we do not hear about, because no country likes the bad pr, press for trying to do humanitarian good. the citizens are saying we want to expedite a process through which these individuals are identified, removed or deported if they're going to commit crimes, be a public safety issue or criminal nuisance. that's the next wave that has to be handled. >> juan, with an do you make of the constant refrain of mccarthyism? don't you feel that the left relies on that too much rather than face the criticism and try to argue persuasively? they call you an intolerant jerk. >> i think that goes on, on both sides. yoor right, the left should plead guilty to that charge. the right also has some guilt there. let's focus on the left for a moment. >> yeah, let's do that. >> and i think the argument, the conclusion would be you're right. i will say this. in the times editorial, they talked about trump saying we should create a commission to find networks of support for people who would support any
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kind of radical jihadist orris llamaist agenda. that does strike -- oh, now we're going to start to say what about greg? didn't dana say, wait a second, who opposes my love of vladimir putin? i don't know about you, greg. maybe it's time for you to take a hike. >> we talk about half a million dollars from putin's government. >> there's a lot of them, i'm going to tell you, in that trump campaign that took dollars from the putin. >> never proven. >> well, let me tell you. >> the putin. >> furthering trump saying we should ban muslims. he has never taken it back. in fact, he says i think this is a better way to do it and use this sort of, you know, morphis language and say now i'm not talking about it because so many of my fellow republicans said that's not in keeping with the
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american constitution. >> jesse, he -- juan is making a good point. >> i missed that. >> when you share opinions -- when you share the same big vision with somebody who often simplifies it to a point where it means something else. if you want to bet and if you're worried about the -- what's happening in europe suddenly you hate muslims. that's what i think -- juan is saying donald has taken a message and turned it into something else. >> you have two sides. one side where hillary wants to import 100,000 risky muslim refugees willy nilly. she and obama have no track record of keeping us safe to begin with. >> oh, no. excuse me. tell me -- >> attacks in the last ten years. >> you can't go off the streets. >> me, because, you know, i have a lot of haters. >> this is the bashing that --
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oh, my gosh, someone close down jfk. >> it's polar opposite. let them in willy nilly and then trump saying let's have a pause. i think the voters will decide which is a more rational view. >> how about two years to let in anybody who claims to be a syrian refugee. i don't think that's milly nilly. >> milli vanilli? >> i think one of them is dead. >> the orlando shooter, for example, was born in america. >> yep. >> we're chasing after things that need chased. >> should be one of three things. >> what? >> those that are trying to get here, those that are born here and those that have overstayed visas. does that make sense? >> i'll take that. >> three-pronged stool. >> i think you're on to something. >> i'm on something. we're on something.
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i interrupted. >> what if i say to deiana or y, hey, you're coming in the country. hey, what about this? what do you think about gays? that's fine with me and i went greg lied to me. >> it's a fair point. people can lie to get in. >> terrorist, would a terrorist lie? >> remember the nsa program and the outrage over that. if you are going to ask people coming into the country are you against gay marriage, what, are you going to start walking around every community in america and asking the same thing? >> honestly, if they were christian refugees coming in, the obama administration would vet them a little more toughly. >> oh, get out of here. >> oh, no. >> another 50 minutes, juan. >> dana is trying to have a reasonable conversation about could this possibly work? the answer, of course, is no, but you won't let her finish. >> but he's funny and cute. we'll keep him for 49 more
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minutes. >> you're counting. >> kimberly, last word to you. you can address anything here. >> i think -- exactly. you run the risk of the young voters, up and coming voters. you don't want them to feel like they have nowhere to go. it can be much more difficult to get them back. you want to be sure that you're including those that perhaps don't have a different life experience than we do. owning homes and mortgages and all these things. think about things a little bit differently. >> one more terror attack maybe in october, this is going to make trump's plan look a lot more appealing. >>o my god, what wishful thinking. anti-american. >> why would you say that's what i'm thinking? >> well, what did you think? >> how dare you? >> oh, okay. >> political analysis. >> that's what it was? >> yeah. >> i see.
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i thought it was desperation. >> no. i know about an october surprise. >> 47 minutes. go. >> one quick programming note tonight at 9:00 pm eastern. somebody by the name of donald trump will be laying out his law and order vision during a speech in milwaukee of all places. make sure you tune in to fox news for that. it will be a hum dinger, as they call it. house republicans accusing clinton of lying under oath. could perjury allegations derail her campaign? details when we return.
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house republicans claim clinton personjured herself whe answering questions about a private server. clinton's testimony before the house benghazi committee and the conclusions announced last month by fbi director james comey. house oversight committee lays
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out the inaccuracies in this web video. watch. >> two servers? >> no. there was a server. >> just one? so there's only one server, is that what you're telling me? the one server that the fbi has? >> the fbi has the server that was used during the tenure of my state department service. >> secretary clinton used several different servers and administrated those servers. >> is it problem for the clinton camp and will it stick? >> yes and yes and maybe no. >> take us through it. >> it would never have been a problem for her had she followed the law in the first place. she is her own worst enemy on this. it's not hard to use a government server and comply with the law. i don't even care if it's for convenience. you could actually do all your yoga planning and wedding planning on a government server
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if you chose, if you were so worried about having two different devices to manage, which we also know is not true. it is a problem for her that her numbers on trustworthiness are around negative 60% or something. she doesn't have trust with the majority of americans and so the drip, drip, drip of this again is her own fault. these are being done by congressional requests and coming out little by little. ultimate ultimately, does it harm her? when she's up in the polls in every battleground state and that's already factored in. >> look at virginia. >> i don't know that it actually matters. >> republicans here kind of remind me of the guy who goes in for the kiss with the girl, gets slapped and then goes in for a second kiss. it's not going to happen. the obama department of justice is way too corrupt. they're not going to do anything. we know that. they already killed the fbi investigation into the foundation. we know that. but two things. it keeps the story of hillary as a liar in the headlines. >> yep. >> and it also shames the obama
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justice department as totally corrupt. and i don't even -- they're probably beyond shame so it doesn't matter. but hillary, as a liar, and the system being corrupt, if trump can really hone in on those two elements -- remember, his biggest poll numbers were right after the convention bounce and right after the hillary lying, fbi announcement. >> right. >> if he can hone in on those two things, he will do great, if he can get out of his own way. >> interesting. what do you think, greg? >> i don't know if calling her a liar over and over again matters. it's not the bug in the system. it's the actual system. the interesting thing about it is what she is doing is really, really bad. it's important. it's also not as interesting as when donald trump opens his mouth. when you have all this information about hillary coming out, let's face it. if it's more interesting to hear donald say something funny. the things that are boring in life generally are the things that kill you, that cause you to
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go broke, long-term destructive behavior is actually boring but it kills you. >> any personal examples? >> i have a list of them here. also it's like the fact that she can't be held accountable sets a precedent for so many other people. now we can distribute classified info whenever we want and say, look, she set a precedent. intent no longer -- you could say i didn't mean to do it. why should that matter? everybody can say that. >> yeah. >> sorry. >> little bird talking in my ear. juan, do you think this is going to matter to the voters at this point or is it so much like a drip, drip, like dana says, that it dilutes the overall impact and lasting power? >> warmed over benghazi, republicans beating a dead horse. that's what this is. stale. >> how they always get away with it. >> i want to double down on something everybody said but i thought it was so right.
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this is the fact that hillary clinton is up so much in the polls that now you have some republicans in congress desperate to do anything. up by 8 in virginia, 9 florida, 7 nationally. here is the key point on the justice issue about the e-mails. when it comes to foreign policy, she's ahead of trump by 16 points. when it comes to immigration, 22. use of nuclear weapons, my god, 22 points. is that possible? that's what the american people think of donald trump right now. >> the one thing that this might help with the congress wrional republicans doing this, it might help republicans in tough districts or tough races if her numbers can be held down and keep themselves in contention, you might be able to keep an ayotte, toomey and portman in play for republicans to win those seats if her numbers continue to be as bad as they are. >> those races are very pivotal
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to maintaining control in congress. every time i think about the hillary stuff, i feel like i'm reliving the o.j. simpson case again, no matter what, the bloody trail, the glove, this jury is not going to convict her. >> what the clintons really want is everybody to move on. was started after the impeachment trial of bill clinton. >> did you say hillary was the o.j. of politics? that's going to show up somewhere. >> ouch. >> you must acquit. all right. directly ahead in the wake of the violent rise to milwaukee, who is to blame? spotlight turns to the mainstream media playing a role in the unrest. details when "the five" returns.
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milwaukee still on edge in the wake of a fatal police shooting of the ten arrests confirmed last night but no destruction of property. who is to blame for the unrest? david clark blasts the mainstream media. >> culturally dysfunctional under class and behaviors on display. what's going on underneath the surface, accomplice liberal mainstream media here in milwaukee but also nationwide that's afraid to ask dysfunct n dysfunctional under class for self evaluation and encourage them to self criticize about some of the behaviors they engage in. >> donald trump will be deliver ing tomorrow night for law and order vision. tune in to fox for that live 9:00 pm eastern. let me ask you, jesse, what will you be watching? >> oh, yeah, absolutely. >> is that right? no olympics for you?
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>> "bachelor in paradise." i'm going to have to flip channels. >> you and greg. >> we watch it together. >> excuse me, excuse me. i hate to interrupt but what do you think of this argument about the mainstream media and how they now treat interactions between the police and poor black folks? >> i think what the sheriff was saying was that the liberal media protects their own, christians, pro second amendment people or conservatives. whenever there's black rioters causing mayhem for no apparent reason they ignore that. they protect planned parenthood when the horrific videos came out, illegal alien videos, whenever muslims do something dangerous, such a good guy. you know, i didn't see any trouble, no association with radical islam. i think -- right. what i think is happening is that they kind of like the fact that the black underchas in these urban areas are angry,
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divided and upset. the democratic party then can sweep in and exploit this anger and dysfunction to win election. >> i don't even know where to begin, this man is so absurd. >> start with point one, juan. >> normally conservatives would say democrats have been running these city. >> i said that last night. i don't repeat myself. >> fresh material. >> normally conservatives would be the ones to say, gee, we don't like the idea when you have individuals not treated as individuals and you have here a black policeman who is obviously not -- the mainstream media in milwaukee is talking about, imagine if that black cop had been shot. would black lives matter be standing up for that black life? >> that's a great point. i think you might be a conservati conservative, juan. >> oh, no, i'm just saying, as opposed to those things you were flossing around, real points here, jess. >> i what i would call flossing. >> flossing. >> you seem to have not
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responded to one actual thing i said but that's all right. >> let me ask dana to respond to rush limbaugh. here is rush limbaugh. >> black lives matter plans to shut down graceland, elvis presley's home. this is graceland week. i think black lives matter is almost approaching unionized gang status now. they're going to go into an event that's peaceful and try to cause trouble. >> black lives matter is not in milwaukee. rush seems to think it's like a contagion. >> right. i don't think that's unreasonable necessarily, especially because of social media. i dug a little deeper today. i get frustrated thinking -- like yesterday we we were saying how do we talk about this? a couple of things i found that
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were interesting. omar jawar, hope i got that name right, he started urban specialist. he did a bunch of interviews after the dallas shootings, police shootings that happen ed i guess, last month. one thing that he was talking about was local solutions and this problem is not going to be solved on talk radio, cable news but that really diving deep into these communities is what could solve it. they also said no value system can be in place if the focus is always on survival. maslow's hierarchy of needs. it gets down to that basic level. we're not toolly doing anything to solve it by talking about it on cable news. >> you have really a desperate situation for people who have been highly segregated almost to the point of isolation. not just in terms of residential circumstance, but even in terms
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of poor quality schools. i think the schools are what i would call hyper segregated, 90% black and hispanic. high incarceration rates, low employment opportunities. jesse can talk about as well, there were no hands up and aren't we focusing on the larger picture? is this a fair argument in your mind? >> definite challenges and problems in a community. what makes it worse is what we're talking about now and the initial point was about is the media complicit? i think doing hours and hours of specials on race in which you aggregate disparate cases of police brutality, brutality and not brutality and creating one umbrella and creating a phenomenon creates the spark and platform and justification for rioting. even though a black police officer shot an armed man, he
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becomes the villain and looters can go out and do what they want. the idea of this -- how we can't comment because we're these white talking heads, which i mentioned yesterday. balks is a website, quite popular among the intelligencia, white beta males, talking about how rioting is a justifiable response. they don't live in the community that is being victimized. you have white liberals agreeing with white racists, there's nothing that can be done. look what these people do. this is a consequence of identity politics. we're in our separate balconyized. back to clarke, there needs to be more people like clarke and less people like me. people aren't going to listen to me but they'll listen to clarke.
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>> do you think people would listen to clarke? people who don't want to hear that message will just call him a tom. >> that's true. they will tune it out but he is making a larger, broader point about the liberal mainstream media and what media chooses to report, select it, how they may not be accurately reporting moves of black lives matter. where is the coverage, for example, of the shooter, the assi sister of smith who is calling for whites to be dragged out of their cars? >> that was edited out. >> right. you're doing a disservice by selectively editing the news, shaping the way it's being told and not telling the actual story to the national audience as a whole, as a former prosecutor working in these neighborhoods, i went into those neighborhoods, into those communities, went door to door, knocking, trying to get witnesses to come forward to testify in gang shootings and things to help take back their
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communities. you've got to be honest about it and they're not helping you. there should be no excuse despite suffering for lawlessness and acts of crimes being encouraged and carried out against people. there is no actual, factual narrative to support violence against whites in a case where it was a black officer and a black suspect, both armed and what ensued. >> i think that was, in fact -- there was coverage. and it reminds me of michael brown's father, the guy standing on the trunk of the car saying horrible things about tear up this place. that does get covered. the question in my mind is if you have david duke, for example, do you put in the paper every outrageous thing he says and try to spark racial riots and division? i don't think that's good. i guess it gets out there in the media, in the internet world these days. anyway, up next, one of the country's biggest insurance companies slashing obamacare plans next year. will this impact the presidential race? details when we come back.
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♪ a major blow to obamacare and consumers caught in its trap. dropping out most individual exchanges, aetna will stop offering policies from 15 states to just 4 in 2017, opting out of the affordable care act after losing more than $400 million in the past two years, a problem that opponents to obamacare predicted in 2009. we're going to keep this simple. jesse? >> this is a death spiral that everybody here warned you about. >> predicted. >> only works if old people sign up, young people don't. it's going to explode on the next president's desk, hillary or trump. ticking time bomb.
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death spiral here at home. obama's legacy is a death spiral in the middle east. the left will blame trump for blowing this up. if hillary is president, she will have to go to single payer, insert some cash at it. either way it's not a good thing. >> both donald trump and hillary clinton in the 1990s were both for a universal health care system. donald trump has come out and said he would repeal and replace it. that's what house and senate republicans have been saying. they couldn't break through the noise in order to get their plans out there. hillary, i basically think she wants to do a full public option and go full government health care. who do you think wins in that debate? >> it's very complex. you have to be able to offer a solution. hillary has a pretty good idea of what she, in fact, will do and intends to do. she definitely would favor doing an expansion of it. i bring up the point, how are you going to pay for it? it's very problematic. you have very big players like
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aetna, which i have, dropping out of it, it's genuine concern. encouraging free market, premiums, coverage expansion from different companies who want to entice and encourage new people to subscribe and choose their plan. so this, to me, contradicts everything that we stand for in this country, through healthy competition, providing quality care and good affordable premiums. this has been a very unfortunate and hazardous test on the american public health system. it's failed miserably. >> a little less than a minute. we'll get juan and greg in here. the obama administration says there's a lot of good that's happened since obamacare. this doesn't necessarily help them on that messaging. >> the messaging is, you know, indisputable. right now, according to the
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numbers, 90% of americans are insured for the first time in history. and most of the people who remain uninsured are eligible for obamacare. >> costing $1 trillion. >> here is the real bad news for this table, i'll tell you that. when americans are asked what do you think about obamacare, would you repeal it? they don't say that. no. they say the government should pay for single payer government-supported health care. oh, my gosh. i think this table is going to explode. >> what poll is that one? >> dallas. >> it says it's unpopular by 51 to 49. >> it's unpopular but they want more. >> the problem with santa claus is no one ever wants their presents returned. once they get them, they keep them. that's the problem with social programs. once you introduce it it's hard to unintroduce it. the question that kimberly raised, when they look at this stuff, how are you going to pay for it? that question never enters their mind.
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they know they never have to answer it. as long as their heart is in the right place, they can lose their mind. >> it's okay and it's okay for them to play frankenstein with the american public. >> or keep ripping us off. >> there we go. >> we just saw a preview. >> to the tune of like $300 million a pop. >> that's why they're jumping. >> because they can make money. >> directly ahead. time to get a grip. surprising new details on how today's young men measure up against their father's generation, next. you can run an errand. (music playing) ♪ push it real good... (announcer vo) or you can take a joyride. bye bye, errands, we sing out loud here. siriusxm. road happy.
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♪ ♪ >> it's not just eric zoolander showing some weakness. according to researchers who clearly didn't consult with me, today's men are not nearly as strong as their dads were. millenial men have significantly weaker hands and arms than men
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the same age did 30 years ago. greg, let me -- see their grip? >> oh, my god, millennials. that was weak. >> millennial plus 30 years. measure of success in innovation of previous generations who work so hard that their children didn't have to. so the result is an effort that it needs to be transferred to the gym. we don't have to work as hard as our parents or grandparents are. >> so the illegals are doing all the work around the house? >> no, no, no. >> oh, my god! >> serious, though. >> the concern is technologies. when a technology replaces human activity and you remove it, what happens to the human being? c calculator, you take it away, you have problems doing math. that's the problem i see happening as young men rely more and more on online activity, pornography, whatever, you
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become less capable in other areas. >> i would think you would still have strong hands for doing that. but do you think you can beat up your sons or he can beat up you? do you think you're stronger or weaker than your sons? >> i'm strong but they're younger. >> you have old man strength. >> that's true. that's a good one. >> very handsome. >> i like what greg said. with the cell phone, i notice these days, what's greg's phone number? i have no idea. because it's always in the cell phone. >> do you call him? >> all the time. >> usually 3:00 in the morning. >> that's right. >> kimberly, millennials are basically soft. have you noticed that in your free time? >> oh, my goodness. >> yes, i'm doing an in-depth study on this. i'll have to collect more data. no. i personally think i like a man who -- let me think about this. think about this. >> has callous ououscallouses ?
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>> looks like he has worked outside for more than one day. >> thank you. >> i read about this. in washington, d.c. one of the things that drove me crazy and irritated a lot of guys in d.c., but the women agreed with me. a lot of guys look like they haven't ever been outside, picked up a rake, shovel or rode a horse or something. i wonder from what you're saying, if women's preferences will evolve along with these changes, right? will millennial young women, do they not care about soft hands? >> i don't know. i think the problem will be that men won't care enough about women because they're inside watching porn and playing video games. >> we want them to use their hands in a productive way, work with your hands. >> yes. >> my dad told me marry someone who -- >> do that. do that.
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at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like grandkids equals free tech support. oh, look at you, so great to see you! none of this works. come on in. dana's corny joke of the day and how appropriate. it is national tell a joke day. olympics version. jesse, pay attention. why was the olympian not able to listen to music? >> he had no ears. >> no. why was the olympian not able to listen to music? because he broke a record.
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how long does it take for the gymnast to get to practice? how long does it take for the gymnast to get to practice? >> a hop, skip and a jump. i don't know. >> a split second. >> i bet kennedy got that one. why are badminton players so loud? >> because they cause a racket. >> very good. you guys got t they're always making a racket. therefore you get the bonus question, what's the name of the fastest dinosaur at the olympics? the name of the fastest dinosaur at the olympics? the pronto-saurus. this is cute, dana. shelter takes dogs out for puppucinos to help get adopted. they pick one dog every time and have a little thing filled with whipped cream. not sure that's too healthy for them. they advertise this. humane society in washington
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state, they feature them. starbucks posts all the signs because they want someone to adopt the puppies with the puppucinos. >> those are healthy for dogs. they made them -- >> especially for the dog? special celebrity guest. dana perrino, book coming out. tune in and check us out. last night, tim kaine, democratic vice presidential nominee was campaigning in asheville, north carolina, great spot. all of a sudden he decided to play the harmonica. ♪ >> this isn't the first time. i have to tell you, i was at ground zero, blues club in mississippi with tim kaine about a year ago. he went up on stage with
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professional blues musicians and did a great job. >> there's no harmonica there. it's his hands. okay, jesse. >> saturday and sunday night, 8:00 pm eastern repeats at 11:00, if you want to stay up that late. dominican day parade. here is a little taste of that. okay. there's going to be more where that came from this weekend. >> shake it. shake it. oh, my goodness. >> that's sped up. >> i have no questions. >> sad note, my hero, mclaughlin who i watched dedicatedly. he missed a show this weekend and he died. he was like a well-oiled machine, original panel show with humor, so much stuff. he was such a great man. >> great argumentation. >> made politics fun and
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interesting and he will be missed. >> he was a jesuit. >> that's right. >> always very smart the jesuits. >> always set your dvr so you never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is up next. donald trump talks law and order in racially polarized milwaukee, legal implications of hillary clinton, foreign billionaire and the clinton foundation. this is "special report." good evening. welcome to washington. i'm shannon breen in for bret baier. enough time, say donald trump supporters for him to recover. course correction of sorts for the campaign and the candidate. we have fox team coverage of the 2016 race. james rosen at the state department involving new questions of the


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