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course, gretawire. see you tomorrow night. the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> i think you are wrong about the mass deportations and going into families it will be done in a very humane way and they will come back in and they will be legal and people will be happy and we have a country again. >> that q and a was one year ago. now reports say donald trump may be revising his illegal immigration plan to deport millions of aliens. mr. trump will be here tonight. >> if i'm elected president, this chaos and violence will end and it will end very, very quickly but how will that be accomplished? again we will talk major domestic policy this evening with donald trump. >> are you offended when i ask you where you from? >> no. >> where are you from? >> i'm from india. how about you?
>> i have been here for a while. >> kind of a big deal. >> also ahead, "watters world" causing trouble all over the u.s.a. there is no question about it? >> how long you have going to ride o'reilly's coat tails? >> as long as i need to. lafayette. >> 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. what the olympics say about the u.s.a. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the final medal count in rio shows how much america dominated the games. u.s.a. winning 121 total medals. china next with 70. great britain 67, russia 56, germany and france both had 42 the games proving that this country remains a super power not only in military matters but also in athletics. look, a pool is a pool.
a track is a track. it doesn't matter how much money a country has. it doesn't matter what the social system is. kenya, for example, dominates long distance running and that's a very poor place. the adage is skill gets tout olympic games but will makes you a champion. and that's very clear that american athletes have the will, the discipline, and the skill to dominate the sporting world. the best image for me was the site of the american basketball team carrying our flags after winning the gold medal. the team was all minority, players showing pride in their country. when the national anthem was played, the guys had their hands on their hearts, no cheap shots at the country that had afforded them the opportunity to succeed at the highest level. so, to me, the spirit of america is intact, despite the fact, despite the fact that zealots and loons on both political spectrums trying to tear the u.s.a. down. if you believe the far left we are a bigoted country
that actively seeks to destroy young black men. the crazy left also puts out that we want to persecute innocent immigrants that our economic system is rigged to help the wealthy. our social system intentionally punishes the poor. all lies. but they are spread by politicians and dishonest media who actively despise their own country. talking points he is responded on black lives matter. there is no need to do that again here. other than to say the leadership of that organization hates america. on the other side, there are far right cranks, the david duke folks who refuse to recognize the struggles and achievements of minority americans. these are hateful people who deserve all the scorn they get. remember, the media will viciously attack nip on the far right who offends them while many far left people like george soros get a
complete pass that's why the true image of the u.s.a. is not portrayed throughout the world while rank propaganda often is. however, the truth was put forth by our olympic athletes who performed magnificently and once again proved that america is a place of tremendous achievement. yes, the swimmer ryan lochte and his friends displayed narcissism and deceit. but, other than that, our athletes represented america in a very positive way. we are, indeed, a country of achievement, opportunity, and success. if you work hard, and you work smart, and you are honest, you can make it here. no matter who you are. and that's the memo. now for the top story, reaction, joining us for reaction charles krauthammer. and you say? >> well, i agree what you said about the olympic spirit.
i agree what you said about the lies the left has told about america but i'm not quite sure how i see one is connected with the other. look, the reason we dominate the medal is because we are, i think, the third most populist nation on earth. we are not the chief medal winner on per capita basis. there are a lot of measures. we have a great sporting spirit. we have a great sporting history. we have a lot of great athletes and as the ben lottenberg once wrote we're the only universal nation on earth, meaning we are composed uniquely, unlike any other country on earth of people from every region, every religion, every race, and they are all here and each has their own specialties and all their edges lens. i thrill of the americans who win. i thrill also at the kenyan who won the marathon. i mean, the idea that there
is something different between the american spirit and the spirit of the guy who won the marathon, explain it to me. >> i will. we, in america have the will to achieve in greater proportion than all the other countries. that was proven in the battlefield in gliewrp world war ii and battlefield pacific in world war ii where we have a we have an wishe evil doers. our will. that same spirit i saw in the olympics. not that we're any better as people it's that our culture is one of achievement and that is still here despite the bernie sanders, everything is rigged, despite the media who hates the country because we're not socialists. despite the racial hustlers who put us down every time they can. the will of achievement is still here.
that's my case. last word? >> of course it's still here. the will of achievement is also in that kenyon. the will of achievement was also with the british army when it fought with us in europe and in the pacific and won the war. the idea that we are unique in having will. we are unique in having a wonderful sporting spirit and history and training. and i would add one more thing which is interesting. we're the only major sporting nation that does not have a ministry of sports. it's all done by the volunteering. by donation. and by people and kids who grow up and want to be excellent. >> that's right. they want to be excellent. it's not like if you are chinese and you are 9 years old and they pick you out of a class and they make you do it for 10 years. here, it is an expression of the spirit of excellence that's okay. let's not get a little too chauvinistic out here. on a per capita basis we were not the top. >> throughout the world we are the top. we are the top nation to
protect other nations, the top economy and the top winner of the olympic medals. >> i'm not denying any of that. >> we don't have quite the detaunt. here. but it's two provocative points of view. >> you are trying to invent the segue way. and i'm trying to show you that it doesn't really exist. but it was a wonderful try. >> what i wanted to do was overwhelm you with my common sense as i always do. you are a little resistant to it. that's all right. that's why everybody loves us. charles krauthammer, everybody. next on the run down. donald trump will be here to talk about whether he is changing his immigration vision. and later on, miller and watters back to back upcoming. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. now i'm back. aleve pm for a better am.
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a year ago he said on the factor he would deport millions of illegal aliens in a humane way, quote, humane way. that, of course, would require spending billions of dollars hiring a bevy of new federal agents and enduring exclusive court proceeding as we debated back then. joining us from akron, ohio, is donald trump. the media as you know are running mild with of this. are you really rethinking your mass deportation strategy? >> i just want to follow the law what i'm doing is following the law. we ha great meeting over the weekend with hispanics and leader of the hispanic community. we discussed a lot of different things. this was one of the many things that was discussed. one one of the groups, one of the media outlets that have gotten everything about me wrong, including the fact that i would never run and the reporter actually said he would give up his salary if he did. i don't think i have ever held him to that one of these media outlets said that they had word from one of the people it turned out to be false. in fact, the people all denied it, bill and i think
you probably have seen that he. >> i want to get on the record once again. >> we had a great meeting with hispanic leader. it was at trump tower. and it was very, very, i think it was very obvious what to come place because they cam out and said exactly what took place but the media got it wrong. we are going to obey the existing laws. now the existing laws are very strong. the existing laws, the first thing we are going to do if and when i win, we are going to get rid of all of the bad ones. we have gang members, we have killers. we have a lot of bad people that have to get out of this country. we are going to get them out. the police know who they're. they are known by law enforcement who they are. we don't do anything. they go around killing people and hurting people. and they are going to be out of this country so fast your head will spin. we have existing laws that will allow to you do that as far as everybody else, we are going to go through the process. what people don't know is that obama got tremendous numbers of people out of the country. bush the same thing. lots of people were brought out of the country with the
existing laws. i'm going to toot same thing and i said that. we wants to do it very humane manner. >> you will have to go through the court system when you deport as do you now. add federal judges and do at love things to make this thing efficient. also, and here's the crux of the whole matter and you know this, the actual seizure of human beings, taking them from their homes and putting them in a detention center so that the their illegal alien status can be adjudicated. >> you don't have to put them in the a detention center. you are the first one to mention detention center. you don't have to put them in a detention center. >> you will find these people homes. >> no i am not going to put them in detention center. >> you cited dwight eisenhower on this program.
>> 1952 who, by the way, deported tremendous numbers of -- >> -- he rounded them up. he took them out. and so when you cited him as an example of someone that you. >> no, i said that's what the conclusion is. >> i said it's something that has been donte n. a very strong manner. i don't agree with that i'm not talking about detention centers. i have very, very good relationships with a lot of people, a lot of hispanic people. we are talking about it. we are going to get rid of the bad ones. the bad ones are going to be out of here fast. you know there are a plenty of bad ones you knee what happens. they are going to be out of here so fast your head will spend they are going to go through the process right now with a lot more energy and do it only with the system of laws. and by the way, bill, that are in existence. >> i know, they haven't enforced immigration law since ronald reagan in this country, everybody knows that. >> i want to play a sound
bite of what you said recently. go. >> the chaos and violence on our streets and the assault on law enforcement are really and truly an attack against all peaceful citizens. if i'm elected president, this chaos and violence will end and it will end very, very quickly. >> so, how? you have in chicago a problem that did you know that murders in chicago are up 50% this year from last year? >> i know. it i know it very well. it's out of control. >> they can't solve it. state of illinois, city of chicago can't do it. >> well, you know why they can't solve it because they don't have the right people in charge. >> i know. so, specifically, specifically, how do you do it? how do you do it? >> i know police in chicago. if they were given the authority to do it, they would get it done. >> how? how? >> you have unbelievable --
how? by being very much tougher than they are right now. they right now are not tough. i would tell you this very young and brightster i was in chicago i goat to meet police how do you stop this? if you were put in charge how would you stop it he said mr. trump i would be able to stop it in one week and i believed him 100 percent. >> did he tell you how? >> no. he wants to use tough police tactics. >> but you have to have a warrant to arrest people. you can't beat them up. you have to have a warrant to arrest them. >> all i know is this. i went to a top police officer in chicago who is not the police chief, and he -- i could see by the way he was dealing with his people he was a rough, tough guy, they respected him greatly. i said how do you think you do it? he said mr. trump, within one week we could stop much of this horror show that's going on. >> he didn't tell you exactly how. >> no i didn't ask him. i'm not the mayor of
commission. i sent his name in you probably should hire this guy. look at what's going on in chicago. it's horrible. this guy felt totally competent that he could stop it at a very short period of time. it's like we would win the war quicker if we let the generals do the job properly you have to have a strategy. >> he has a strategy. >> if you are a president you will have to have your strategy. let's take a very microissue, attacks on police. all right? so they are rising because they are being police officers in some places are being demonized and now, unstable people. >> people are being coldsed. people are being colded. >> you are president. so how are you going to stop attacks on police in the present climate? >> first of all, we need somebody who is going to be a cheerleader for the police. right now i just left the akron police and some other
people. and they are terrific people and they feel like they are being left behind by our leadership. they are not being respected by our leadership and they literally don't have spirit. they loads their spirit. every time something happens it's the miss' fault. >> your tone is pro-police. >> you have to. >> how do you stop the bad guys from attacking them? >> by giving them back their spirit and allowing them to go and counter attack. it's ridiculous what's happening. they are not respecting the police anymore. and the miss are afraid to do anything. i have spoken of some police. i have gotten to know them. i have endorse. s from like almost everybody in terms of police and law enforcement. i have spoken to everybody, they are afraid to do anything because he had are amade they lose their job. that will be the end of their job, their pension, their family, the whole thing. they are petrified to act. >> are you going to make cuomo in your state of new
york are you going to change their minds about their liberal policies that -- mayor de blasio in the city in which you live? i know, he bad waiver. how are you going to change a mayor or debazio. >de blasio terrible mayor. for a long period of time and they would like to do it again they turn their back whenever he speaks. they literally turn their back when he speaks. >> how are you going to change policies. >> they will have to change themselves. from the top i would be very, very strong in terms of being a cheerleader for the police. they do a great job and they are not recognized for it. and when they do have a problem, when something happens, whether it's a rogue cop which can happen or whether somebody makes a mistakes it's on your show and every show for the next two weeks. it's very unfair. i was saying the other day, they can do 200,000 great acts.
200,000 and one bad one, whether it's, again, bad or whether it's a mistake, who knows, and it's on the evening news for two weeks. >> that's an excellent point. >> for the 200,000 good things. >> the media has been derelict as well. >> maybe we have to let the people know the good aspects of the miss which nobody wants to cover. >> now we are going to have more with mr. trump in a moment. we will talk about his campaign and how it stands now. later, miller on the african-american vote. and watters causing his usual trouble. those reports after these messages. i had that dream again -- that i was on the icelandic game show. and everyone knows me for discounts, like safe driver and paperless billing. but nobody knows the box behind the discounts. oh, it's like my father always told me -- "put that down. that's expensive." of course i save people an average of nearly $600, but who's gonna save me? [ voice breaking ] and that's when i realized... i'm allergic to wasabi. well, i feel better.
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paul as a chairman but it was just something i felt we should do. because that was really one event if you think about it i ultimately decided is he a good guy. i ultimately decided i want to run the campaign the way i want to run the campaign. we just had a poll come out, the "l.a. times" that has us points ahead. we are very close in ohio. we are right about even in florida. i think we are doing very well. don't forget she is spending a fortune of money. when people find out she wants 550% more syrian refugees to come pouring into our country. speak about law enforcement from your previous section. she wants 550% more syrian refugees to come pouring in, i think a lot of people are going to stop thinking about her. i think it's ridiculous. frankly, with the email scandal i don't even know how she is able to run. >> it's because people don't pay that close attention. but anyway, let's get back to your campaign staff. if you're president, if you win, you will have to put together a staff. all right? of people to advise you and help you run the nation.
now you have turned over two guys in less then six months. would it be fair to say that your judgment about those two men wasn't good? would that be fair. >> in the meantime in my company i have had people for many, many years. i have done that i wanted to make this change. i felt very comfortable for the people that i had and i wanted to make this change for ha while and i made it we have throw months to go and i wanted to make sure it was something that i wanted and i like these people. i have always felt comfortable and i decided to do it. >> the debate is going to be everything, you know that right? the polls whether the "l.a. times" has you ahead by 10 or 2 or behind 85, it doesn't matter. the first debate is going to be the super bowl of debates. all right? so you and hillary clinton, all right? and everybody is going to be watching, even the pinheads who don't watch will hear about it and they will see it on the internet after the fact. >> right. >> you understand this is make or break, right?
it's make or break? >> i think it's going to be very important. i don't know if it's make or break. did i well in the debates. i had 17 people in the debates. i'm the one that survived. and i have enjoyed th the debating process. i never debated before professionally or as a politician because i was never a politician before. but we had 11 debates that i participated in and according to everybody i did very well. >> now, are you going to call her crooked hillary during the debate? are you going to do that or are you going to keep it at an issue-based? >> well, i'm not going to say what i'm going to be doing but i will be doing what i will be doing and she is going to do what she is going to do. >> you must be prepared. i'm sure you have people in your organization that are preparing, you are preparing now. you are going to have stacks of research and there has got to be ways in which to go. i'm just trying to get the tone and of course that could change in 30 days. but the tone right now is that you are going to be the guy you were in the republican, you know, boom,
take no prisoners or are you going to be a little bit more measured? >> well, i don't really want to say that i'm not sure exactly which way i'm going to go but i may be the way i was and i may be a much different person. i don't think i would tell you. if i knew i don't think i would tell you frankly it will be an interesting hour and a half. pretty big audience. almost as bill as "the o'reilly factor." >> you should have me moderate the debate. >> that's okay with me. >> then it's gloves off. >> i boat you would be fair, too. >> i would be absolutely fair to both of you as i have been in this campaign so my job is to let the folks see you and secretary clinton as best i can put you in focus. not to push any agenda. you know that. you get mad at me sometimes that's my job. last yes for you. they have said that this has been the worse two weeks of
your campaign and now you have the new management and now you are doing things a little bit differently. do you feel that the last two weeks beginning pretty much with the muslim family were the worst part of the campaign? >> i don't think so. i mean, they asked me a question. i gave them an answer. like, for instance, when i said that president obama was the founder of isis and he is going to get the mvp award next week. mr. trump knows he wasn't the founder. they take it up and chop it up. >> sure. >> very unfair. no. i don't think so. i think i have done very well. i think frankly the mediaened you a know this because you have cover it all the tile, in the history of politics there has never been a more hostile media than to donald trump. they will take a perfectly good statement that i make, diedice it up, chop it up and cover it for three days solid on some the networks. fox does a little bit but not too much. >> you are right about that. >> we have done well. the last week and i think you have seen this, last
week was the best week i have ever had from the beginning and that starts with the primaries and most people have said that that the last week you are doing the speeches and not calling anybody names. media did not like thessalonians you are arthur very much. i don't think it's the level of you. >> that happens. chet got hammered a little bit. all right, mr. trump, as always. thank you for your time. we appreciate you being accessible and we hoping hillary clinton will come on the factor as well. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. dennis miller has some thoughts on the african-american vote and the controversy surrounding it. watters churning the waters. >> how many teamsters does take to pave a road? >> 37. you got a problem with that? >> i don't. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. no one speed... no one way of driving on each and every road. but there is one car that can conquer them all. the mercedes-benz c-class.
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to come to this country illegally, reforming the more streamline and then get to those who decide to break the law. deporting criminal aliens in this country should be a priority. we spend $1.8 billion per year jailing and dealing with these people. so there is no excuse for that and there is no way they should be in the country. other thing on that point is if you don't have border security these people keep coming back. kate steinle case is one of those. >> he will put the wall up if is he elected. we don't have to get into that anymore. >> there is a question on that actually. >> i disagree 100 percent. donald trump will have to build that wall by executive order or by any other means he have to do that. now, from your vantage point as a democrat, jessica, what jumped out at you in that interview? >> >> well, i think he needs to start watching a little more o'reilly factor because he missed the memo that the
biggest bet in war of going on your debates is to have specificity. i think over and over again it was clear that mr. trump's policies lack any kind of specificity. he says i spoke to this guy. i spoke to that guy they arecology going come in and do this, that, and the other thing. is he sharing the general outrage that voters feel in this country he says i will fix it and do 'better. that's not necessarily how things work in washington. >> no but it got him the nomination, did it not? >> it did but now we are facing a general election. and that is very different than just, you know, beating a field of 16 where the numbers were. >> so close to hillary clinton and despite all the gaffes, sevill, is he still ver, very close to her. you are right. i think his strategy is, look, i'm going to do the broad strokes and people are emotionally with me, i will win. do you think that's what's happening, katie? >> well,like, it's not like
hillary clinton has provided exact details of her plans either. i mean, every speech she gives she spends at least half the time going after donald trump rather than talking about the details of her plan. >> she goes after him specifically. >> not necessarily. >> oh, yeah. oh, no, no, no, no. >> talk about all the details. >> look, the negative campaigning against trump, i think, is in the forefront of the clinton campaign. would that be accurate, jessica? >> yeah. there is a lot of specificity there. you know, certainly the not only the specific things about donald trump and his, you know, practices, things he said and done, does she get very specific about, but, you know, her policy papers literally could fill a room. i think they are almost too voluminous for people to read. >> that's why i want to talk to her. i looked at the policy papers and there is a lot of kennedy school of government at harvard stuff which just had make your head blow off. just tell me what you are going to do. that's what i asked trump
tonight tell me what you are going to do. violent crime? okay. what are youing if to do? but she is more of a policy wonk than donald trump no doubt about it. >> absolutely. >> giving indicatey the last word. you go. >> i think it's important to take a look at the polling in swing states like ohio. 8% of independents there are undecided. hillary is only beating trump by 4% and ohio is the same story. in pennsylvania. and, yet shrks he she is the one spending smls on ads not donald trump. this is not far from other over. the poll also tighten before we get to november. >> all right, ladies, thank you. when we come right back, it will be miller time the african-american vote and far display by actor dick van dyke. what would laura say? miller is next. i'm going to make as possible for you. you can go ahead and stick with that complicated credit card that limits where you earn bonus cash back. or...
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thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly in the miller segment tonight get to the sage of southern california who joins us here in new york. >> billy, i came in to see hamilton but then i hear george has a bad sun burn he couldn't go on. so they are doing some sort of historical musical. the way that happens. i never even saw michael crawford as phantom.
>> alexander not george hamilton. >> oh. i been in greece studying how to ride a dying economy. >> you were in greece. giving comfort to all the refugees. >> there is miller, hey. when you turned back you turned on fox news what happened? >> it was funny to me that there are split screens because fox does the fair and balanced thing although i think will are issues that aren't fair and balanced some things are crazy and i like calling them crazy. they give two people. on the republican side stuart varney had somebody and this morning martha had somebody they are loose and smiling with their answers and then toe cut to the item operative and wired for sun and polling for blowsy in a sandstorm. i know we have got to go so i won't tell you. >> now there are two things i want to get to you with. while you were away in greece, trump paid a push to african-american voters and you heard about it and you think. >> i have caught up.
that's why i was watching fox. i think that bill, the way this country lays out right now, 50% of the country thinks it's in trouble, me. 50% think it's fine. so, i know that it's always divided. i will say this though, there seems to be yument in one voting contingent out there and it is the african-american vote will go 95% to hillary clinton. now, i look at places like the detroit. parliamentary, philly, new orleans parts of chicago are murderous, you can't even read about it monday all under the hymn of the democratic party. and i like at it and go i don't get that we live in such a pc culture right now where you can be accused of taking somebody appropriating one's culture. i'm not african-american person obviously. you have got to say the proof is in the pudding. people had say you are a racist for noticing that 95% of the people in the african-american community
have been happy with the yield of the great society over now tested 5 year period and there is 73% single parent rate. now i look at that and go check, i'm out. >> there is not a lot of object it's all emotion. let's shift gears, miller, you might not know a big fan of dick van dyke. >> i heard we have a clip. >> dick van dyke. >> when you get politically correct you have to be aware of saying that. >> dick van dyke went to denny's and this happened. >> chit were, chitty bang banging. >> chitty bang bang, ♪ boom chitty bang bang we love you ♪ chitty chitty bang bang ♪ near, far ♪ bang bang ♪ chitty chitty bang bang ♪ bang, bang chitty chitty bang bang >> all right. that was impressive at
denny's, right? super breakfast and dick van dyke. >> imagine you are stoned out of your mind and waiting on hash. >> hash browns. >> isn't that the guy who tripped over the otto man? >> he is 90. >> here is the most eye rope nic part, bill. who is replacing george hamilton in that thing tonight? jerry van dyke. >> jerry van dyke. >> dennis miller, everybody. there he is just back from greece. watters on deck. do you guys understand how much chaos watters is causing all over the u.s.a.? do you understand it? we're going to prove it to you. just a few moments as the factor continues all across the u.s.a.
tonight, "watters' world." as you may know, our intrepid correspondent now very famous mainly because he causes trouble all over the place. don't believe me? take a look at these highlights from watters. >> i personally love to have a glass of wine and a couple jokes of the day, and that puts me in a really nice -- >> you get a contact high already? >> what do you feel like right now? >> i feel very -- >> is that a joint, man? >> you don't have the munchies? >> i don't. do you? >> what are the munchies? >> so this is a marijuana cigarette? and you smoke it through the filter? >> yeah. >> i won't go schizo, will i?
>> stop laughing, man. >> "watters' world" donut going down the hatch. >> that boy is a p-i-g, pig. >> now, if a man says to a woman, i love your shoes, do you find that offensive? >> not at all. >> i think that could really be taken as aggression. >> i really admire your shoes. >> if i tell a woman, oh, i love your shoes -- >> it's fine, i think. >> do you have a foot fetish? >> yes. >> right. >> don't women like compliments? >> they should. unless they're crazy. a lot of them are. >> if you see someone and you say, oh, where are you from? >> that's just something that is really disproportionately targeting people and trying to pigeon hole them in certain ways. it might hurt someone's
feelings, make them feel like they don't belong in the area. >> are you offended when i ask you where are you from? >> no. >> where are you from? >> i'm from india. >> how about you? >> oh, i've been here for a while. >> i'm kind of a big deal. people know me. >> do you have a problem with christmas break? >> yeah, [ bleep ] christmas. >> you're going to get coal in your stocking. >> ho ho ho. >> i think that hat might be a microaggressor. >> i don't care. it doesn't bother me. >> i want you to say in indian, i'm watters, and this is my world. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> road work is causing traffic delays. >> not a pretty sight. very heavy delays. >> how many teamsters does it take to pave a road? >> 37. you got a problem with that? >> you got trouble right here, bub. >> you think i'm cut out for this line of work. >> they probably make you get coffee and stuff. >> do you guys need any help with anything on the site?
you let me know. >> you're a man, aren't you? aren't you? >> what do i have to do? >> what union are you in? >> local 40. the iron workers. >> yeah, i work with a lot of iron. on the golf course. >> stand clear and keep your eye on the ball. >> is this kwhere you guys bury the bodies? >> you could put three bodies in there. >> how long are you going to ride o'reilly's coattails? >> as long as i need to. how do i look? >> pretty good. >> that looks amazing on you. >> can i do the watters thing? >> yeah, you ready? >> you're watters, and this is your world. >> does that sound good? >> i'm watters. >> who? >> and this is my world. >> i know you are, but what am i? ♪ >> watters on vacation, so that's why we did that. in a moment, factor tip of the day. a bumper sticker not flattering to me. the tip moments away. managing my diabetes
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what celebrities are tweeting about donald trump. again, thanks for watching us tonight. i am bill o'reilly, and please always remember that the spin stops here because we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, new developments on two big campaign trail controversies as the media accuse trump of flip-flopping on immigration and hillary clinton takes a one-two punch on her e-mail scandal from both a federal court and a former secretary of state. welcome to "the kelly file," everyone. i'm megyn kelly back from vacation. great to see all of you. i just have a picture of you in my mind. hopefully you're watching. just as hillary clinton gets her most stunning rebuke yet from a fellow secretary of state, we learn that a new court order is raising questions about when some of mrs. clinton's e-mails will be released to the public. here's a hint. the judge says asap. and whether we might