day before the whole gig was up. amazing. good night. hello, everyone. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." president obama just wrapped up his first news conference since donald trump became president-elect. then mr. obama got into some of the politics makiing recommendations. the president began by telling democrats to basically get over it, trump won, blame yourselves for your loss. >> the people have spoken.
donald trump will be the next president, the 45th president of the united states. those who didn't vote for him are to recognize that that's how democracy works. when i won, there were a number of people who didn't like me and didn't like what i stood for. i think that whenever you've got an incoming president of the other side, particularly in a bitter election like this, it takes a while for people to reconcile themselves with that new reality. >> the mainstream media hasn't come to terms with the people's decision. here was abc's martha rad diddi line of questioning? >> of course i have concerns. he and i differ on a bunch of issues.
but the federal government and our democracy is not a speed boat. it's an ocean liner. >> do you still have any concern about his temperament? >> there are certain elements of his temperament that will not serve him well unless he recognizes them and corrects them. >> i was going to say the president looked relaxed and he should. but i want to stay on that. after she didn't get the answer she was looking for the first time, but aren't you really concerned about trump being president? come on, aren't you? >> she kept trying to poke the cage. did he sound subdued and not his usual boisterous self. it's hitting him his legacy is on the line. there was are no guarantees. he tried to hand over the reigns to hillary clinton. he put it forward and so did his wife. it fell short. >> melissa, i heard you kind of
whispering during the first sound bite talkibout obama basically said, democrats, you lost this. it's on you. you think it was -- >> i think it was a little more specific than that. he started out with this idea because of the changing demographics in the country and i thought, here we go with the electoral college. the reason why i won iowa twice is because i was there 287 times. he said, you have to keep campaigning. wow. he is saying that she didn't try hard enough. that she didn't campaign hard enough. is the argument that the trump campaign that we heard wasn't organized, didn't have ground game, was more organized than the clinton machine? >> was the message flawed, too? maybe donald trump did hit the midwest harder than she did. maybe she lost because of it. what about the message? >> i thought that president obama was terrific. i thought his tone was very conciliatory. he mentioned the bitterness of the campaign.
yet juxtaposed it with the cordiality of the meeting he had with the president-elect. he was respectful to donald trump and to the american people's decision. he mobilized donald trump a ton of americans. and i think president beobama recognized there's a movement and you have to deal with it. >> he threw in politics. the advice you have for the incoming president. went through nato, nuclear responses. then he started with the carbon footprint and emissions and wind and solar power. then he went to minimum wage. these are hard core democrat issues. >> first he said before you unwind paris keep in mind. that wasn't a reprimand on melissa for whispering. i want to make that cleado not . >> i was worried. >> i took it wrong for a while, too. now i'm over it. i agree. i loved his tone. i loved the fact he went out of his way to not insult anything that i could tell of anyone except hillary clinton.
when he said you didn't -- i had to go to the fish fry and here and there. the problem is -- i see what you are saying. he did insert politics. you know what he is doing? i know you know this. he said -- he told you. he's not someone who has -- he's dug in on policy. we think he's more pragmatic. he is saying he might be pliable, somebody that when he calls me up, i can win him over to a degree. >> he being trump? >> trump. i will say this. he went out of his way i thought to do things that he hasn't done in the past. he told -- in japan he says he is afraid that trump does not have the knowledge of europe, asia and the middle east. he went out of his way -- he thinks he is woefully unprepared he said in singapore. that's why people around the world are saying the current president thinks the nominee is unprepared. what are we in for? >> he did take another i would call a shot when he said that interesting sound bites don't
necessarily turn into good policy. >> yeah. i mean, it's a vaeiled shot. he is saying it sounded good. let's see if these are actually policies that can be implemented that are going to bring about the change that has been promis in this election by the president-elect trump. nevertheless, tread carefully, because this is the man that's holding your legacy in his hands. to be honest. >> why he's not insulting him. >> exactly. because he doesn't want -- he wants there not to be obamacare repealed and replaced. the whole thing about leaving two aspects of it in. the republicans were going to that. he is worry -- all of these things he has done, the executive orders. it's like donald trump's big thing is liquid paper and just erase what did he. >> on the eve of going on this tour around the world where he is supposed to be reassuring people that president trump isn't anything to be afraid of,
i don't think that's what trump wants. he wants people off balance. it's like a new boss coming into a company. everybody be on notice. >> i think you are burying the lead. the lead to me is the fact that president obama praised president-elect trump's connection powerful connection with the majority of the american people. >> he said -- he was impressed with his victory. >> he was very impressed. >> hard not to be. >> he is impressed with the job trump did in getting this powerful connection. those are powerful words. >> this is a guy who said donald trump is unfit to hold the presidency. >> 15 days ago donald trump said he was born in kenya. >> i'm not sure about that. at one point he did say -- this isn't constitutional, this transition of power isn't in the constitution. >> the cordiality? >> the outgoing president takes the time and gets the incoming president up to speed on nato and -- >> it's not mandated. >> i love the fact that bush set
a template for this. he became president by insulting president bush's iraq war. when they met, you thought there would be tension. bush was above it. he has been above it for eight years since. he keeps saying the standards set by bush is something i look to emulate. he is in his 50s. he has 30 more years to look back at his legacy. this transition has a lot to do with his legacy. >> it's about to be dismantled. what will remain? >> hold that for one second. hold obamacare. give me another legacy item. everything else is by executive -- >> i will. >> donald trump said he will dismantle all the executive orders. >> climate change. >> it was flooded in miami beach if anyone noticed. >> that's not proven to be climate change. >> yeah, right. >> i was being facetious.
>> it's the super moon. my cab driver told me a great thing. you know the super moon, it was donald trump for the democrats giving them a super moon. i think when you can -- >> i just got that. it took me a while. >> immigration. president obama pleaded with president-elect trump today not to throw out the dream act. the students have been given this temporary defer rral. what president obama was doing was pleading. >> i disagree. when he said -- he made one point. i think you find when i turn over the keys that the car is in pretty good shape, i think he was out there making the case for why -- for his legacy. he went through thing after thing. he said, when i inherited the presidency, everything was falling apart, the wheels were coming off, the economy was in shambles. >> it's all true.
>> i know people aren't totally happy what w whatith what's goi. he is going back and forth between trying to recognize there's a huge portion of americans who are very unhappy with what's going on. they all came out to vote. but at the same time, arguing why his presidency was great. we should be looking back at it and saying he did a great job when the electorate just said, no, you didn't. >> he said no major scandals. he said no major scandals happened. people look at him and they don't look at him as dishonest. they look at the irs and different things that happened where there was no hell to pay for it. he brought up the v.a. which is dangerous. we have so many -- we had a problem in phoenix but other people -- that's a tough thing to reconcile. >> he will have a pile of executive orders this high on his desk, donald trump will, to start repealing. dismantling every one of them. >> it's a lot go through. i think that's something -- he has talked about government waste and overregulation and the
power of the executive pen being misused and abused essentially during this past eight years of the administration. i don't know. make all your big plans. >> we have more to talk about. obamacare, the supreme care, abortion, same-sex marriage, new remarks from the president-elect on those issues to america when "the five" returns. ♪ (woman) one year ago today mom started searching for her words.
big change is coming. it's coming when president-elect trump takes the oath of office in january. one of the first items on his agenda, repealing obamacare. he does seem open, however, to leaving parts of the law in place. here is mr. trump in his first televised interview since winning the white house. >> when you replace it, are you going to make sure that people with preconditions are still covered? >> yes. because it happens to be one of the strongest assets. >> you're going to keep that?
>> also children living with their parents. we're not going to have a two-year period where there's nothing. it will be repealed and replaced. we will know. it will be great health care for much less money. >> we talked about this answer before. sorry, brian, your compliment to me wasn't good enough. >> we went at this the better part of five and a half years. donald trump took two things out of obamacare that was the mo most -- if you have a pre-existing condition and you can stay on your parents' if you are under 26. he has talked about selling insurance across state lines. that's the big one. then one other. just remove the mandate. once you re. >> marv: -- once you remove a
man did th mandate, you drop prices. president obama said a single payer system would be better. it won't. it allows prices to go up. they will go as high as government are willing to pay. if you know anything about government, they're willing to overpay on everything. for all i know, it could be obamacare but it won't look like obamacare. >> do you think they will call it obamacare? >> no. >> there's a huge difference if you listen to what he was saying. kids can stay on the parents' plan and pre-existing conditions. he didn't say he won't pay. they can't charge you more with obamacare. somebody has to pay for patients who are using more health care. didn't say it will cost the same. you can leave those things in place if you pay for them. the idea of introducing more competition. the president in the meantime went on the air in his speech and he said, it's going to be hard -- the holy grail for the republicans has been obamacare.
we watched exactly where it fails, where it doesn't make sense. you can sit down and write a program today. call me, will help you. that would replace it in a second. >> they have been unable to write one in this period since. i agree with eric 100% in terms of -- >> finally. >> interstate sales of insurance. the only reason insurance sales are restricted by state is the lobby -- the insurance lobbies within the state. when you have interstate commerce, when the person in california can buy it from an insurance company in delaware -- >> amen. >> it will blow your mind further. >> you are punished for that. >> republicans are saying, come up with a single payer system. give a government alternative, but don't mandate the alternative. if you give an alternative, it's -- >> cleanup on a five-man team is not good.
am i right? i made a tactical error. i opened up with -- i thought the election is over. i thought we would have a conversation. he starts yelling. i realize -- he said, three states already are allowed to trade across lines. he says they haven't. they chose not to. he said, if you go 26 years old and you go the other thing that everyone likes which is -- >> pre-existing conditions. >> you have to find someone to pay for it. all the taxes. >> no. >> making healthy people pay a fine. you have to have some way to balance it out. where is the revenue coming from to make up for the previsions? >> pay more if you have a pre-existing condition. you couldn't get insurance -- >> a lot of people don't want that. >> if you have to pay for what you are using. >> if you are born with a club
foot, you should pay more? >> if you use more health insurance, you have to pay for it. >> that's part -- he is going to -- >> i'm sorry. >> he gets his say. the president-elect weighed in on hot button social issues. he said he would appoint supreme court justices who might overturn roe versus wade. >> i'm pro life. >> what about overturning the law? >> they will be pro law. if it were overturned, it would go back to the states. it would go back to the states. >> some women won't be able to get an abortion. >> they will perhaps have to go to another state. >> that's okay? >> well, we'll see what happens. it's got a long way to go. that has a long, long way to go. >> mr. trump also addressed his position on same-sex marriage. >> do you support marriage equality? >> it's irrelevant.
it was settled. it's law. it was settled in the supreme court. it's done. >> even if you appoint a judge -- >> it's done. you have cases -- these cases have gone to the supreme court. they have been settled. i'm fine with that. >> very interesting. i see you. i feel the comment from this side. go ahead. >> how is it that the same-sex marriage can be settled law because the supreme court ruled it is and roe versus wade is unsettled? i submit to you that that and all the subsequent cases make very clear the supreme court of the united states has ruled essentially that the unborn child remains part of the mother's body until the unborn child can exist on its own. that's the essence of roe v. wade. the cases might -- there may be are along the late-term abortion. >> partial birth. >> maybe the supreme court can
say that's only permissible when the life of the mother -- maybe something like that. i have no doubt that not just in my lifetime but you kids as well will not see roe v. wade being overturned. >> he doesn't know that. he's not a lawyer. a lot of legal and political and legislative questions he is not able to answer. for 50 years he is buying buildings and making them. >> he has been pro choice most of his life that i've known him. >> he campaigned as pro life. he said to me here very clearly, it would go back to the states. a lot of the people where there is fear mongering that were for hillary clinton and saying he will overturn and -- what he did say for sure is that he was going to appoint conservative justices and that he was looking to find justices that were similar to justice scalia. >> who was there, who was on the bench and never attempted to overturn roe v. wade. >> very conservative. >> i think t mongering is
he will stack the bench with ultra conservative pro-lifers and roe v. wade will get flipped, i doubt it. he didn't seem to have an appetite for that. look at everything he said. he is pro life and that's the way he campaigned. but it's not one of those issues that he says i have to change this. i haven't heard him say that. >> what about ted cruz? ted cruz would be the perfect substitute. lindsey graham put his name into the fray. >> it seems like we're so far down this road. i'm not a lawyer but i support a strict view of the constitution. i don't like expanding things along the way. it sounds like you said, we're so far down the road, i don't know how you send it back. >> how do you overrule 30 supreme court decisions? i don't know. >> we know she likes the second amendment, guns on the prairie. next, can the mainstream media be trusted to report fairly on president-elect trump when outlets are admitting one by one that they botched their coverage
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the mainstream media dismissed gop nominee donald trump and the tens of millions of americans who wanted to see dramatic change in washington. they blew it. some organizations are actually now admitting it, which is refreshing. "the new york times" says it will now rededicate itself to honest reporting after mr. trump's victory. rededicate? honest reporting? newt gingrich has this advice for americans who want fair and balanced, unbiased coverage. >> let me start and say that everybody who was for donald trump and everybody who wants donald trump to succeed should cue off the mainstream media. if they hate something, it's probably a good idea. let's be clear that they are the
mortal opponents of what trump is trying to achieve. >> brian, so, to be fair, "the new york times," when i called and canceled my subscription some years back -- they said why. i've done it three times. i said, because of your biased reporting. they said, we have a box for that. i wasn't the only one. >> they put a box there. for one thing, i find the whole thing flat out amazing that they would admit they made this type of mistake. but yet if you read "the new york times" today, they haven't backed off that mistake at all. number two is, if "the new york times" feels like it should change their ways, what about the new york daily news? that was a comic book for the last five months. they actually made -- they would sit there and white negatian an stories. >> on those publications -- the post and the daily news, you know, they know who their fan
base is. we highlight the stories they know their folks will like. "the new york times," they are supposed to be playing it straight. but they haven't been for a long time. >> i think the new york post, daily news, you can also say, dare i say it, fox news and msnbc, we clearly have a slant one way or other. it doesn't mean we change the facts. it doesn't mean we -- we have a conservative bent. cnn is supposed to be in the middle. they were not. they tilted. "the new york times" is -- >> tilted? they were giving her debate questions. >> they really became a propaganda arm of the democratic party as did "the washington post." they admitted it. "the washington post" assigned 20 of their best reporters to find dirt on donald trump so every day he woke up knowing the best investigative reporters at "the washington post" and at "the new york times" were looking for dirt on him. >> and ivana trump got --
>> not ivanka. >> there's a lot of people that were approached. many of them were approached to give over information. not nice. it's bad. they were trying to -- they were working overtime to try to destroy one candidate's credibility and chances of the presidency. boot strap someone else. despite their best efforts, d ey weren't able to succeed. that tells you something about the strength of our democracy and the movement that was afoot. it's pretty compelling. do you think you should trust them at this point? no. >> president-elect trump and his transition team have been hard at work selecting key members of the new administration. rnc chairman reince priebus was tapped to be chief of staff. he spoke about the honor earlier on "fox and friends."
>> what was that moment like when he asked you to be the chief of staff? how did it go down? >> well, i mean, it was very -- it was surreal but it was also one of these things where a huge burden is put on your shoulders. that was the instant feeling. but i want do him proud. most importantly, he wants to do the american people proud. >> good answer. >> i wanted to make sure we got this. reince priebus was a great choice. and steve bannon, those were the two leading contenders for chief of staff. he handles -- what the president sees, what hits the president's desk. extremely important and we pointed out yesterday in the live show that because reince is so close with paul ryan from wisconsin, he is establishment, rnc, this is a great olive branch to the people in d.c. i know he will drain the swamp and he will. but this is great for a while to keep the transition going forward. i want to point out something that's been going on all day. it's a coordinated effort by the
media to trash steve bannon. it's not right. this is a guy with military service. he was an officer in the navy for a number of years. he is a harvard and georgetown graduate. the man is smart. >> was a star. >> very smart man. good patriot and also a great, great compliment to reince priebus as -- >> i thought he has done an incredible job. he is the only one that can get donald trump to react behind the scenes. you need that balance. >> can he distance himself from the comments that have been made? >> why not? >> he helped get him to the finish line and was a chief strategist on the campaign. maybe america wants some of those winning thoughts and ideas to get us across the finish line. >> can i ask something? >> of course. >> i just -- i have to counter what he said about an ideological bend. when you consider donald trump was so mad, i was writing this down, people who were against
his candidacy, up until the last day, including the guests we had on here, and -- >> are you asking me to defend fox news? >> i'm defending fox news. >> i love fox news. fox news has me on it. i'm the fair and balanced. you didn't see much of me during the election campaign. i thought hannity led the charge for president-elect trump. i think that hannity was so obsessed with getting the president-elect elected. he was the only person in the entire country who got it right. >> whoa. >> we have to go. >> fight him. no-holds-barred. >> i'm not going to take that. bs i took for a year and a half and you took for a year and a half. that's just -- >> are you saying --
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>> a few things. how excited are you? i know you have been through this before. how excited are you right now? >> i'm totally excited. the context of it. it's a reaction against what we saw in the past year and a half, which is the press falling down in its obligation to be a watchdog against people with your money and power over you. they identify more strongly with certain politicians than with readers or viewers. it's falling apart. i hope to recapture some of the basics like challenge people on their power. pierce and crush it. >> melissa doesn't think it will work. why? >> my big is, are you dancing? it's very important at the beginning and end, will there be dancing? >> no. i'm stationary. unlike "fox and friends" there's a safety barrier in front of me. you cannot see my lower half. i'm in my natural habitat. >> sounds like a dream. >> it is, actually.
>> wear shorts to work. >> will it have confrontation? what will make it different? >> i'm looking at my booking sheet. th correspondent from the fox news channel on later this week. mr. geraldo -- what's going to make it different? a couple of things. if you are doing a show in washington, it's pretty -- if you are me, it's hard to get context and what's happening in the rest of country. but this last year has i think shined a light on what's happening. there's a huge and massive and terrible disconnect between the governed and the governing. to explain to the people here -- not just people at home but people here what the rest of the country is thinking, i think, would be great service. i hope to provide it. >> wow. >> go ahead. >> wasne have gone through proby the most -- followed the highest
rated election in history. what do you pivot to? >> are you kidding? politicians are not the only people in power. what was so interesting about the last election was it wasn't just hillary clinton. it wasn't just the political class. it was everybody in the establishment, everyone in big business, in finance. everyone in the media, hollywood, academia. sort of every power center in american life was aligned on the same side of the question. it sort of -- it shows you who is kind of running things. i'm not revolutionary. i'm not much of a populist. i think people affecting your lives should answer questions about what they're doing. >> in money opinion, one of the reasons you got the show is because no matter how bad things get, you have a positive light on it. you are approachable. you will accept another argument. you will let people talk. that's part of the gift. the problem is, you don't have a woman in the middle and another guy on the other side. you are used to being on the coach.
it's just tucker, no women. >> i'm going to have to take up the charm piece myself, which could be a huge problem. thanks for rattling my confidence. >> i will be with you to help out with the other chromosome. thank you for asking me. i love the hair cut. i think it's fantastic. >> it's very sharp. >> very happy for you. >> wouldn't you investment with me? >> yeah. you look very clean cut. all american. congratulations. as you know, you are working with one of the best staff in television. amazing producers and super talented, justin and everybody there. i know it's going to be a big success. >> i appreciate your confidence. >> what about bow ties? >> this is the new tucker. >> listen, don't go on a delay. we are taking you live.
>> good advice. >> you don't trust me to do that. but thank you. >> you have huge fans. you have earned everyone's loyalty. best of luck. i will try to get tabcable and watch you at home. >> i will go now. i can't go until they left the two shot. now i can go. tonight at 7:00. be watching. go get them, tucker. how do you like that? coming up, 16 minutes before the top of the hour. president obama spent time in martha's vineyard. he will explain why he's a workaholic and how that will be the best thing to happen to our country.
president-elect trump as you know, folks, has some very nice vacation properties. some gorgeous places. he says he will not go on vacation much after he moves into the white house. he also won't be making much either as he explained on "60 minutes" last night. >> there's so much work to be done. i want to get it done for the people. i want to get it done. so i don't think we will be very big on vacations. >> are you going to take the salary, the president's salary?
>> i never commented on this but the answer is no. i think i have to by law take $1. i will take $1 a year. i don't know what it is. do you know what the salary is? >> $400,000. >> i'm not taking it. >> why are you so mad at me? >> i'm actually thinking about taking you up on the offer from the summer. brilliant. brilliant move on his part. don't take the salary. take the dollar. don't go on the long vacations. he is 70 years old. he lived a wonderful life. he traveled the globe 100,000 times. this is what he wanted to do. he wanted to make the country great again and he is going to it. he is starting the right way. he also mentioned term limits in the that special last night. that was huge. if that's not a signal to draining the swamp, nothing is. >> exactly. express drain-o here it comes.
>> on not taking the salary, sometimes small things you make a big message. >> i think number one, it's great he is not going to take the salary. good for him. he is trying to do this job as part of this movement. it's about us. we have no choice. we have to win. he is not going to try and be taking from the honey pot already because he is going to cut back and reduce regulation and try to create jobs and stimulate the economy andot take some from the till to begin with. good for him. as for term limits, sure, absolutely. people get too comfortable in their position, too cozy with all the lobbyists. eliminate that and let them focus on their jobs. they are in and then they're out. >> lack of balance andin life i the american way. he's a workaholic and he needs no sleep. other times in the past, whether it's crawford -- you think, i know the white house moves but i would rather you be in the oval office. you won't have a problem who outworked 16 people on the republican side and hillary
clinton he blew her away in terms of pure work ethic. we're not talking about what else he said. he said about the trump name and about it being suffering, who cares. all the kids almost passed out. who cares? they have a business to run. they have places to fill. ivanka has blouses to sell. >> he knows they are capable and they will be able to carry it. like they held -- >> can we go back -- >> they are talented. >> you socialist, take the money and give it to charity. no. that's redistributing taxpayer dollars. that's what we're trying to get away from. he is saying stop with the money. second of all, i know you are asking about the trump kids. >> the trump brand. >> because it's hard. he will be under a microscope. is he doing anything that benefits the trump brand? he can separate himself from the business and leave his kids in charge. but we wouldn't have been happy if chelsea clinton had been left in charge of the foundation and had continued to exist. i think a lot of people are going to look at the brand and what happens and if they benef.
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the world of journalism. gwen ifill passed away at the age of 61. former reporter for "the new york times." au author of a book. it was published on inauguration day in 2009. most recently, she moderated a debate between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. this is someone who worked "the washington post," covering congress, presidential campaigns and national political conventions. she will be missed. she passed away from cancer sadly. i want to let you know, i will have pictures and updates tomorrow. my favorite charity near and dear to my heart that i'm on the counsel, the prevention of cruelty to children, we're hosting a gala tonight. i will be the mistress of ceremonies. >> very nice. >> more on that tomorrow. >> i wanted to do one more white board. i know i said i would stop.
everyone said donald trump was winning because of white men. that's who were voting for donald trump. i'm about to blow liberals' minds. >> again? >> let's go through the demographics. he is up on the males by 5% but down with woman by 1%. then to race. up whites 1%. he was higher, increase among the black community was 7%. hispanic community by 8%. he trailed the black and hispanic communities in increase. how about this? 18 to 29 years old, a 5% increase over 2012. the older said, 65 and older, down for donald trump. how about income? under $30,000, people voted for him 16% higher than mitt romney. go to the higher income bracket, he lost ground with the higher income brackets. 5% increase among democrats. republicans 4%. 1% amon ig independents. he won across all demographics. >> was it okay to do that?
>> yeah. >> his is the right board. >> you are up. >> i gotta tell you, had a chance to go to the villages over the weekend. who did i see? it's dana and jasper. there i have, america, make your choice. also, with thomas jefferson and the tripoli pirates. i finish up in jacksonville, florida. thanks to everyone. >> congratulations. it has been a work of passion for you. god bless you. >> the funniest show on broadway is "oh, hello." every day they have -- they play two outrageously opinionated 70-something native new yorkers. i fit in perfectly. they are the funniest people around. it's the show, they have had all kinds of special guests. they have an interview segment in the middle of it.
they have had tina fey, will ferrell, f. murray abraham, seth meyers, john alexander -- krjoh oliver. and they had me on. i was honored to be on. >> very cool. >> ironically, they had a big anti-trump demonstration outside. >> do you recognize this uber driver? wait. is his picture there? it's senator ben satz from nsas. he was giving out tips as well. if you throw up, the surcharge can be substantial. there you go. that's your takeaway for the night. >> you can be charged a cleaning fee. >> how do you know that? >> i was reading through it. >> see what happens when you become the premiere never trumper and you lose?
you drive for uber. >> you know -- >> you never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" coming up. heading out on a final foreign trip, president obama says he will try to calm the nerves of world leaders anxious about donald trump's election. the president didn't address protests in the u.s. cities directly. he did say, this is how the u.s. process works. this is "special report." good evening. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. president obama leaves for his international trip right about now. his mission, to convince world leaders that the man he insisted was not fit to be his successor might not be so bad after all. before leaving, the president tried to defend his record and convince the 45