tv The O Reilly Factor FOX News November 21, 2016 8:00pm-9:01pm PST
inaugurated? he doesn't have the class george w. bush has. go to facebook and twitter and let us know what you think. thank you for being with us. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. hi. i'm filling in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. let's get straight to our top story. the left mobilizing against president-elect donald trump. new york city's far left mayor bill de blasio sent a battle warning to president-elect trump threatening legal action over the muslim registry. >> if all muslims are required to register, we will take legal action to block it. if the federal government wants our police officers to tear immigrant families apart, we will refuse to do it.
if the federal government tries to deport law abiding new yorkers who have no representation, we will step in. >> with mr. trump's campaign pledges to punish sanctuary cities and institute law and order policies, battle lines are being drawn between the trump administration and liberal big cities. joining us now for reaction from little rock arkansas, a senior adviser to the trump campaign and here in studio, an immigration attorney who represents melania trump and a former prosecutor. so donald trump has said that he was going to be tough on immigration. we all knew that. he says he's putting up jeff sessions, senator sessions, as an ag. he says he will continue to be tough on immigration. why are the big city mayors like bill de blasio and rahm emanuel having such a hard time following federal law? >> that's a question you'll have to ask them because i think myself and the rest of the
country are pretty baffled why any major city mayor would completely ignore federal law. that's not what they were elected to do. they don't have the authority to just completely ignore federal law and frankly, they take in billions of dollars from federal grants that can be pulled back and taken away from him if they don't follow the law. they need to be careful about the situation they put their cities in by ignoring federal law and not doing what the president-elect and what the top law enforcement official, which will be senator jeff sessions as attorney general are enforcing. the law is there for a reason. we don't get to decide which ones we want to follow and which ones we don't. that applies even to big city liberal mayors like in chicago and san francisco. i think it's a big mistake for them. >> and in new york. what's really going on here? are these mayors really plan on following and pursuing this line or do they just want to make a
bigger platform for themselves? >> thank you for having me. i had the privilege of actually being a mayor myself in new jersey and a former federal prosecutor so i understand the issue and the debate that's going here. we cannot set policy or a road out of fear or a road the public trust of anybody on u.s. soil. we have to make sure that we act competently when we respond here. we should be cultivating -- >> what does that mean? if they break the law and come here, we should say you can stay? >> we should act to develop intelligence and to work with our community. are we going to register muslim citizens? >> let's talk about sanctuary city policy that some 300 municipalities around the country institute where if you're caught and you're an illegal, you're not turned over to i.c.e. immigration enforcement. >> the police cannot -- they don't have the forensic ability
to enforce immigration laws and they should work -- >> all i'm asking is should -- it's not their job. >> that's the law. should they not do that? >> if they committed a very serious crime, it's up for the federal government to go get that individual. it's not the job for men and ladies in blue to turn over police from local communities. we're getting this wrong. >> it is the job of local law enforcement to actually enforce the law. it's not like we're making things up. >> the laws were created during president reagan's reign. we've shifted the responsibility to employers. >> the law hasn't changed. >> if we take a few notable from this studio, we are not honoring
that old age that immigrant vitality that dna that made each other special -- >> i don't think anyone including donald trump said we shouldn't have immigrants into the united states. the policy is having a wide open immigrant policy yet make it legal. >> we have to have law and order in this country. without borders, without law and order, we are not a country. and we can't just decide to pick and choose which laws we want to follow or we get just pure chaos and the precedent that these mayors are setting by ignoring the law is just absurd. you cannot function as a country if you do not have law and order. >> i agree that we're a nation of law and we have to restore order. you have people now living in fear. there are rabbis going into mosques to give people the assurance that what happened following 9/11, the registration for nonimmigrants is permitted by law and will be debated. to take american citizens who are muslim and then put them --
>> nobody has said that we're going to take american citizens -- >> hold on. the other part of the segment we teased up is whether there should be a muslim registry. kris kobach who also met with donald trump is one who is in favor of a muslim registry. donald trump and trump organization has said we're not necessarily going to look for all muslims to register. that's not what they're looking for. >> that's not going happen just because koris kobach said that. he's not the president-elect, donald trump is. he's not putting in place is a muslim registry. what he said is clear and consistent. we're going to put a temporary hold on countries that have a problem with isis like syria until we can vet people coming into our country better. the number one job of the president and the president-elect are to protect the citizens in america. we can't do that if we're
allowing just open borders and we don't know who people are coming into our country. he's not saying we block everybody or that we block all muslims but that we have to have a process in place to vet these people coming into our country and we need to know where they're here and what they want to do here and make sure that they're not, you know, looking to do something -- >> part of our duty here is to get this right. to make sure that we aren't going around and making a list of people that we don't want to have here. we can't afford and we have to be smart and fair in the way we execute the law. the laws are on the books and they should be respected. when a person comes into america illegally, they break the law. the ongoing retention or being on u.s. soil is not a continuous crime. we have to address this. part of our homeland is at risk if we don't. >> you just admitted when you enter the country illegally, you've broken the law. that doesn't go away once you -- this isn't a game of tag.
>> respectfully you're wrong. once you're on u.s. soil, you're entitled for the 14 amendment. >> federal law says if you're illegal and you're caught, you will go back to where you came from. >> good lubck taking 11 million people -- >> i'm not saying that's the answer. i'm saying that's what the law is. we'll leave it right there. thank you very much. still to come, the battle brewing among democrats over whether to give donald trump a chance in a moment. [ sneezes ] i have a big meeting when we land, but i'm so stuffed up, i can't rest. nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka-seltzer plus night liquid gels fights your worst cold symptoms. plus, unstuffs your nose. oh, what a relief it is. with moto mods, the new motoz droid exclusively on verizon. boom! vo: transform your phone in a snap. with the only next gen network
that lets you get the most out of it, because verizon lte advanced delivers 50% faster peak speeds in 450 cities, coast to coast. buy one motoz droid and get one half off, and $300 back. and get 20 gigs of data with no surprise overages, and 4 lines for only $40 each. why settle when you can have it all on verizon?
we just talked about bill de blasio say we'll protect our sanctuary city status and we heard rahm emanuel say the exact same thing which is in conflict of what president-elect donald trump has said and maybe jeff sessions as confirmed a.g. may go after sanctuary cities. your thought? >> no one should be surprised that donald trump will do this because he said he would during the campaign. that shouldn't be a surprise. what should be a surprise is that it would put him at odds with national security officials, local law enforcement officials and we tried it before and it didn't work. that's the real issue here. if you're trying to make a political point or fix a problem, that's the real debate. we know that muslim registries and all of this doesn't work because immigration is broken. fix the immigration problem. fix the immigration system at large and then that addresses sanctuary cities and everything else. when you have national security officials, local law enforcement, allies abroad
saying this hurts us and we know it doesn't work, that's why we stopped it, why would you do it again? >> katie, let's talk about that. the big mayors say we're going to do this. this is what we're going to do. you know what's really effective? when funding slows down or stops. then they tend to change their mind. >> they will if congress and donald trump decide to pull that funding during the next budget period. we need to be clear of what the trump administration is suggesting for the sanctuary cities. no one is suggesting that local law enforcement should enforce immigration law. they're going to come in with i. i. i.c.e. and do raids they have authority to do. the mayors are willing to put the funding at risk for the sake of benefiting illegal immigrants living in these cities. on the point of our allies overseas and for example people in mexico, officials in mexico saying that this is a bad idea. of course it's a bad idea.
illegal immigrants send billions of dollars back to their home countries by working here in the united states. this isn't a matter of putting local law enforcement against our communities, it's the federal government saying we have an illegal immigration issue and we're here to enforce immigration policy and federal agents have the capability and power to enforce the laws whether the mayors like it or not. >> mary anne, a lot of people said donald trump was one-sided. followed by white men that got him elected. i look at people that he's seeing, he seems to be extending an olive branch to the left, to the other side. >> we'll see, first of all, if he actually appnts any them and i wouldn't consider michelle
rhee and gabbard on the left. michelle rhee is all for charter schools and a lot of other things that a lot of democrats don't agree with. they would be two very controversial appointments with democrats. i would be careful how i characterize them. we'll see if they get appointed. >> based on the devastating state that democrats are in both at the federal level with the white house, house and senate and also at the local level with state legislatures and gove governorships, they don't have a choice but to reach out to donald trump and work with him. i think that he's doing what he said he would do and trying to place the best people around him. he apparently think these are the people visiting and having meetings with him could fulfill those positions. depends on whether he appoints them but he's certainly looking
at all of their options. >> mitt romney, we know he spent an hour and a half or so with donald trump over the weekend. your thoughts on that and rudy giuliani has said i'm the guy for secretary of state. donald trump was attacked harshly by romney throughout the campaign season but extends an invitation to him as well. >> i think mitt romney is well versed in global affairs. you talked about how he had a good discussion with mr. trump. based on the pattern of behavior with appointments to the loyalists, i think that rudy giuliani probably has a better chance of getting that position, not to mention i don't think mitt romney could really reconcile his views on russia with those that donald trump holds. it's nice they had a meeting but not so sure that will work out. >> final thought to mary anne? >> quickly on katie's point, trump doesn't need democrats. he has all of the republican votes he needs to do anything he wants. in terms of romney versus giuliani. i feel like it's multiple
elimination series on "the apprentice" pitting everybody against each other to see how they're doing in interviews and who comes out on top. rudy giuliani's stock has fallen. that's clear. it doesn't seem he's in consideration anymore for secretary of state. and mitt romney, i'm not sure he can toe the trump line but we'll see. the first four picks were to appease supporters. >> don't forget reince priebus. great pick. >> he toes the line. >> directly ahead, will democrats in congress support donald trump or block his every move? we'll ♪
in the unresolved problem segment tonight, some democrats are bracing for a fight unwilling it seems to give the president-elect even a chance. >> if he tries to defund planned parenthood and tries to kick people off their health insurance and try to privatize medicare or cut taxes for the wealthy, we'll have a youngstown street fight in the capitol. that's what's going to happen. >> joining us is austan goolsbee. you saw tim ryan there saying there's a youngstown street fight if donald trump tries to do some of the things he promised to do. >> i wasn't familiar that youngstown was known for its street fighting. you know, i agree, there are a lot of democrats. a big party. very diverse party. they are of two minds because one side of the party has
actively not done what republicans did after obama won really in a landslide in 2008, which was mitch mcconnell and others come out immediately and say we're going to fight him on the beaches on the sand. we're not going to let him do anything. >> democrats seem to be some wandering party of bicoastal leaf. what is a democratic now? >> in fairness they did get more votes than the republicans did. i agree with you they are wandering around. >> you're an economics professor. if you take the state of california out of this mess, donald trump got 2.2 million more votes than hillary clinton. take one state out of the mix. >> so your think is people from california are not real americans? why don't we take the state of texas. my native state of texas. >> everyone on the left saying she beat him if popular vote.
take one state out and he wins 49 states. >> take out the state of texas and then her popular vote margin gets even bigger. further, more people voted for democrats in the senate than voted for republicans. that's my point. the point is that democrats are searching for a strategy. when obama won in a big win, republicans declared they had -- >> they wanted to vote for obama. hillary clinton -- >> who did? >> democrats. half of the democrats wanted bernie sanders. the other half wanted hillary clinton. >> that's fair. >> who is the new head of the democrat party? is it elizabeth warren? is it bernie sanders? >> i'm not disputing you. i don't think it's bernie sanders. they are trying to figure out what part of the democratic party does not trust donald trump says he barely won. a very narrow election. yet he wants to -- it seems like he wants to charge ahead not in a unifying way but in a partisan
way. those people are going to fight him from the beginning. the other part of the democratic party says maybe he'll be more like jfk rather than george w. bush. he'll come in. start with infrastructure. start with something that's more unifying so let's keep an open mind. i think they're arguing that out. >> take a listen to this. i'm not sure where democrats are. you seem to be out in disarray. take a listen to keith ellison. >> he's not draining the swamp. he's filling it up more and there will be more swamp creatures than ever before. lobbyists and b investment bankers, he's not doing what he said he was going to do for average working americans. >> people elected donald trump and keith ellison calls them swamp creatures. >> he said donald trump is creating swamp creatures of lobbyists, et cetera. they were not supporting the people that supported trump. i think that's -- donald trump needs to be careful about that. it's always hard to be an
outsider candidate saying i'm going to drain the swamp and rip it all up and start again. >> you don't think he's draining the swamp? it seems like he is draining the tramp. a lot of people are worried -- >> first thing he did is let in the lobbyists. mike pence is trying to switch that around and reverse it. >> i don't have a lot of time. i want to ask you this. you're a smart guy. you teach very smart people. you teach students at university of chicago. what are they saying about donald trump? >> which ones? >> the smart ones. >> the country is politically divided. i would say republicans are saying donald trump is going to be a businessman. he'll probably be a centrist and i would say democrats are saying he scares me and this stuff about white nationalism -- >> that was a nice olay. if your students are smart, i
dropped that corporate tax from 35% to 15% and unleashing economic prosperity. have to leave it there. >> make sure we have paid for it. >> have to leave it there, professor. thank you very much. plenty more ahead as "the factor" moves ahead this evening. will donald trump be able to undo the deal with iran and did the i today we're gonna be comparing the roll formed steel bed of the chevy silverado to the aluminum bed of this competitor's truck. awesome. yeah! first, let's check out the aluminum bed of this truck. wooooow!! -holy moly. full on crack here. now let's check out the steel bed of the silverado. i'd expect more dents. no holes. you don't have to wait until black friday to make a strong decision. find your tag and get 20% cash back, or, get 0% financing for 72 months on select remaining 2016 silverado double cabs in stock. find new roads at your local chevy dealer.
this artoo unit must be delivered to the rebellion. come on artoo! ♪ artoo! welcome to the rebellion. ♪ this is for you. duracell and children's miracle network hospitals are powering imaginations everywhere. for your retirement, you wanted to celebrate the little things, before they get too big. and that is why you invest. the best returns aren't just measured in dollars. td ameritrade. p is for privileges.
live from america's newsroom, investigators expect speed may have been a factor in a deadly school bus accident today. it happened in chattanooga. the ages of the victims have not yet been released but we know that there were 35 children on board from kindergarten through fifth grade. the bus, which flipped and mangled around a tree was the only vehicle involved in the crash. and an intense 30-hour long manhunt for a suspected cop killer in texas is over. police arrested a 31-year-old otis mccain for an ambush murder of detective benjiman marconi yesterday, accused of walking up to the police car as he was writing a ticket and opening fire. that is a look at news, back to
o'reilly. in the factor follow-up segment, president-elect trump and the iranian nuclear deal. during the campaign trump laced into the obama administration over that agreement. >> this is one of the worst deals ever made by any country in history. the deal with iran will lead to nuclear problems. all they have to do is sit back ten years. >> with much of obama's foreign policy legacy hanging on the deal's success, "the wall street journal" is reporting that his administration is considering measures to strengthen the agreement before donald trump takes over. joining us now from washington for analysis, colonel ralph peters. your thoughts on president obama -- he has 59 days left and will go after one of the things that donald trump was highly regarded for to break up that iran nuclear deal. your thoughts? >> president obama speaking without hyperbole has been the most disaster foreign policy
president of my lifetime or yours. and now he's not thinking this through. he's so desperate and so crazed to preserve this inept nuke deal with iran, he's not thinking it through. he's trying to box trump in. the problem is he's going to be able to do it. he's granting business licenses for u.s. corporations. he's allowing u.s. corporations to do deals that involve the revolutionary guard with fig leaf where they cannot control a majority stake. he lifted sanctions. >> that's a big one, colonel. he will further lift sanctions to do more dealings with iran but even before we know if they'll abide by their end of the agreement. >> we know they're not abiding. here's the point. with obama taking away the peaceful tools we have to influence iran, sanctions, withholding licenses, trade and dollars, he is making it
inevitable mr. nobel peace prize president is making it inevitable that we'll find out shooting at iranians and iranians shooting at us. military option is all obama is leaving the next president and with iranians running wild across the middle east, destructive. syria, iraq, yemen and elsewhere, lebanon, gaza. we have no options left but to pull triggers and that's sad. what a legacy. >> he can reinstitute sanctions and stop that cash flow. possibly too late. let's move to this other one. earlier we saw president obama meeting with vladimir putin, russian president putin. a bit of an icy exchange. the two of them staring down each other a little bit. your thoughts on whether or not a donald trump presidency will soften that or i guess melt some of the ice between the two countries? >> my greatest worry about the president-elect is that he
either doesn't understand putin and russia -- he just doesn't get it. vladimir putin is our inplaquable enemy not because we choose but it's engrained in him. it goes to his little black heart. he hates the united states. he wants to hurt us. he's humiliated two u.s. presidents in a row. george w. bush and barack obama. and he is good. westerners always underestimate putin. he did influence our election through wikileaks. i'll tell you that's the one area in foreign policy where i see mr. trump as very, very vulnerable. he needs to get smart on russia. putin will never be our friend. >> what is the ulterior motive in this? >> putin is straightforward. in short-term he wants sanction relief because the russian economy is hurting. he wants trump to recognize crimea as a legitimate part of
russia. above all, he wants to -- >> is that what he's looking at? so russia can further taking of ukraine? >> he wants the eastern two-thirds of ukraine. western parts of is complex story on that. he's trying to reestablish not the soviet empire. he knows he can't do that. trying to reestablish the empire of the czars. problem is that includes eastern poland, central asia, et cetera. so his goals are simple. he wants to stick it to us. he wants to break up nato. he's passionate about it. >> it's insane, colonel. it's in russia's best interest if we do well. if our economy is strong, we use a lot of oil. they would want a stronger u.s. economy i would think. >> you have to understand the russians. one of these russians would cut off their arm if they knew it would mean we had to cut off our
finger. >> we'll leave it there. thank you very much. up next, should barack obama keep his opinions to himself once donald trump takes over as president. our eyes...they have a 200-degree range of sight... which is good for me hey! ... and bad for the barkley twins. take care of all your most important parts with centrum. with our most vitamin d three ever.
thanks for staying with us. in the second impact segment tonight, george w. bush is famous for largely staying quiet about politics since leaving office and president obama has often praised him for it but now that the president is leaving office, he says he might not be able to conduct himself the same way during the next administration. >> as an american citizen who cares deeply about our country, if there are issues that have less to do with the specifics of some legislative proposal or battle but go to core questions about our values and our ideals, and if i think that it's necessary or helpful for me to defend those ideals, then i'll examine it when it comes. >> joining us now from
nashville, jon meacham. jon, thanks for joining us. this is important. president obama prior to this said he would stay out of politics or stay out of donald trump's way when he becomes president and now he's changing his tune. why is that? >> well, with former presidents less is more. they have an immense amount of capital. if they spend is too quickly and too often, it depletes pretty fast. there may be moments where he has to say something, but he knows -- obama is a very careful student of history. he has appreciated george w. bush. he studied george h.w. bush pretty closely as well. in both of those cases you had in the bush example former presidents who stayed out of the way not because they didn't believe strongly about what was happening but because they think that second-guessing a sitting president from a former president's position is ultimately corrosive to the republic in some way. >> you talk about george h.w.
bush and george bush staying out of the way. did jimmy carter and did bill clinton stay out of the way? >> well, jimmy carter wrote a letter to the members of the u.n. security council during the first gulf war asking them to vote against george h.w. bush's proposal so no is the answer there. and president clinton is as ever his own category. he was so involved in the 2012 campaign, there were moments you remember where it seems as though obama hired clinton as a defense lawyer. >> so it sounds like -- and i summarize in saying in the last 20 or 25 years former democrat presidents get involved and republicans seem to stay out of it. >> that has been the pattern in the last century as you say. our friends wrote a wonderful book called "the presidents club" about these complicated relationships between former presidents. i think the great model is eisenhower who was not a fan of
jack kennedy. jack kennedy kwwas not a fan of his but when he got in trouble with the bay of pigs, he reached out to eisenhower and he came to camp david and gave counsel. i think obama is keeping a channel open to trump to see whether trump might in fact reach it out to him perhaps privately. >> you wrote a book about andrew jackson. steve bannon, donald trump's right-hand man, senior adviser, has compared donald trump to andrew jackson. is that a fair comparison? >> you know, i don't think so. i think the idea of a populist movement of people rising up against the entrenched interests is clearly happening now and happened in the 1920s under jackson but jackson was a judge. he was a senator. he was a general. he came out of a more conventional political world than trump has. and in some ways, therefore trump's appeal is more authentic
chan andrew jackson's was. >> would it be fair to compare trump to ronald reagan? >> i don't think so. reagan spent an enormous -- the whole decade of the '50s reading, working on issues, spokesman for ge. he spent eight years as governor of california. you can disagree with ronald reagan on a lot of things, but he had great deal of specific policy knowledge, and trump by his own admission as you know has said that he's an intuitive player. he's a gut player. ronald reagan was working from a set of ideas. ideological creed. trump is, if anything, quite nonideological. >> i have no more time. is there a former president that we can compare trump to? just give me a name and we have to go. your thoughts? >> at least with the hair, i'll give you jackson. that may be where it stops. >> he's unique. all right. thank you very much. a quick footnote, bill's new
children's book called "give please a chance" is in stores today. it's an instant classic and outstanding christmas gift for kids. james patterson discusses the book on the latest episode of podcast which you can check out on billo'reilly.com and bill's history book "killing the rising sun" remains the number one book in the country, and you can get it the for free if you sign up for a premium membership on billo'reilly.com. donald trump lays out his presidential priorities in a brand new video. right back with that. oh, that's lovely...
so graceful. the corkscrew spin, flawless... ...his signature move, the flying dutchman. poetry in motion. and there it is, the "baby bird". breathtaking. a sumo wrestler figure skating? surprising. what's not surprising? how much money heather saved by switching to geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
brand new video laying out some of his legislative priorities including his plan to withdraw from the transpacific partnership agreement and protect against cyberattacks. >> i'll ask the department of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff to develop a comprehensive plan to protect america's vital infrastructure from cyberattacks and all other form of attacks. on immigration, i will direct the department of labor to investigate all abuses of visa programs that undercut the american worker. >> this is the first for a president-elect. no press conference. no reporters. more of a do it yourself kind of deal. joining us now for reaction from boston, a columnist with "the boston herald" and a democratic strategist. a lot of these ideas are things that president-elect trump had as candidate-elect trump. any issue with items,
infrastructure, releasing energy, making energy jobs more important, jobs, cybersecurity. your thoughts? >> actually, yes. i'm actually pleased with this announcement. i agree with what chuck schumer just said. these are things that the democratic party can work with him on. we have these same interests in common, and we will be glad to work on infrastructure improvements. we're all for that. i'm pleased to see this. i do see a way ahead where we can work together. >> i notice that donald trump, president-elect dump promised to drain the swamp and continue to drain the swamp with a lifetime ban on lobbyists lobbying for foreign governments once you leave the administration. >> i think that's fantastic. that's one thing he laid out in his video this afternoon. he wants to put a five-year ban in place that for all government officials once they leave washington they cannot become a lobbyist for five years. it will stem corporation and
special interests influence that is corrupt in washington. so i think it's great. he's laid out a lot of fantastic points. one of my favorite is that he wants to cut regulations so he said you have to cut two regulations for every new one you want to implement. we know that regulations are strangling the business sector and it's killing jobs. that should be his first order of business. >> talk to us about the method of releasing this. he put it out in a video rather than a press conference. i'm guessing the left will have a problem with that. >> i don't think so. he's the change candidate. i'm glad to see that he did something different. like i said, we're willing to work with him on issues that are similar interest. great.
i like the sfakt thfact he's go attack cybersecurity. can you imagine a 9/11 in the dark, we're dealing with that with the lights off or a boston marathon attack and you have no power and it happens in the dead of the winter. this is a nightmare scenario that could happen in the future. we need to take it seriously and president obama didn't do enough to protect us from cyber terrorism. i hope that donald trump gets very serious considering all of the threats that we face with
isis and north korea. he's off to a great start. he also obviously needs to address immigration. >> that was another one. i only have 15 seconds, robin. your thoughts on immigration. >> yes. there's really no changes from anything that he said prior on immigration np is a continuation of what he said. my only thing is that january brewer just said the wall is more of a metaphor. >> i got to go. thank you. well "the factor" come back, a political edition of watters world. you won't want to miss i've been on my feel all day. i'm bushed! yea me too. excuse me...coming through! ride the gel wave of comfort with dr. scholls massaging gel insoles. they're proven to give you comfort. which helps you feel more energized ...all day long. i want what he has. that's why this control enthusiast rents from national. where i can skip the counter...
...and choose any car in the aisle. on average, four out of every five rentals at national is a free upgrade. getting a full-size and paying for a mid-size? ♪ whoa, oh, whoa, whoa, lovin' every minute of it... ♪ as the boys from loverboy so eloquently noted... i'm lovin' every minute of it. go national. go like a pro.
♪ >> how do you think president trump will govern? >> things are not going to be perfect the next four years. >> kind of like the last four. >> i think it will be very entertaining. ♪ >> since the senate is like republican now, it's kind of more scarier. >> boo. >> i think he's going to perpetuate hate and now we're going to go decades back in depression. i think this is a heartbreaking time and this is no time for politics. this is a time to stand together and to unify and to see what we can do before anything terrible happens. >> i think that he can keep the economy strong, maybe build the wall. >> how long will the job take? >> two weeks. >> two weeks? two weeks? you sound like a pair keet there. two weeks, two weeks. >> don't you want to make america great again? >> you know, i do, but maybe not
that way. >> see what it feels like to have a lady to run the united states. >> i think that's sexist. >> it's not sexist. it's matureness. >> i don't know what that means. >> no one knows what it means but it's provocative. >> now there's going to be trouble. >> trump, here comes world war iii. >> maybe there's going to be a lot of trouble. >> we need a president like fdr. >> do you know what happened with the hillary e-mail situation? >> no, i actually don't watch any news at all. i just draw and i don't think about the present. >> do they have e-mail in your neck of the woods? >> usually pigeons that carry little bottles. >> if i could say something here, you look familiar. >> tell me what happened with the hillary clinton e-mail situation. >> i have no idea. >> come on, man. >> i think everybody is blowing this whole thing out of proportion. everyone needs to stick to the facts and stop digging up dirt
on each other. >> that goes without saying. >> how do you like trump? >> everything he says is what people want to say. >> because if we said it we get in trouble by our wives. >> happy? happy? no. more. >> what do you think about trump? >> he's going to turn things around. he's doing it for the country. >> do you think we should build a wall on the southern border? >> yes, anything that will stop any illegals from coming over here. >> who is going to do all of the construction. >> mexicans. >> you want to build a wall? >> the country was made on immigrati immigration. >> i had no idea. i'm sorry. >> hillary a jersey girl? >> oh my god, i hope not. >> it would be cool to have a cool president. i think she's better than trump. >> u want a woman that's not a liar. >> i don't think you'll ever find one of those. >> thank you, jesse. >> what do you think the next president needs to dorchlts support the second amendment. >> don't be a crook. don't lie to us. >> come to daytona bike to beer
fest and trump will. >> what should trump do about the southern border? >> i have no idea. close it down, open it up, i don't know. >> fence it off with a 30-foot wall. >> who is going the pay for it? >> let trump do it. he said he would. >> i fit in, right? >> yeah, sort of. >> what am i doing wrong? >> the collar is -- >> one of us had a personal stylist and one of us shops from fashion bug. >> always remember one thing. i'm watters -- >> and this is your world. >> you finished it for me. >> and if you want to see even more of watters, you can catch him on the spin stops here tour with dennis miller and bill. tickets are going fast. they make great christmas and hanukkah gifts. you can catch nem in tulsa, oklahoma, tacoma, washington and west bury long island. details available on
billoreilly.com. that's it for us tonight. i'm eric bolling in for bill o'ril o'ril0 rye o'reilly. breaking to night, new fallout after president-elect trump calls a meeting with two dozen names from television news to discuss what he calls the dishonest media. good evening, well come to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. just hours ago, the president-elect posting a video on youtube discussing his plans for his first day in office. this coming after an off-meeting at trump tower. mr. trump's issues with the press during the campaign are well known and there are some reports of heated moments in the boardroom today but in large part the talk was sirius and productive. just ahead we'll be joined by