tv The O Reilly Factor FOX News December 15, 2016 5:00pm-6:01pm PST
patriotism will be celebrated in our cities and taught very, very strongly to our children. and that patriotism will be the foundation of our economic plan bringing jobs back to america. we're bringing our jobs back, folks. they have been ripped away. that's why we're going to lower our business tax and we are going to lower our business tax big league from 35% to 15%. right now we are one of the highest taxed nations in the world. and we're going to be among the lowest. and we're going to have jobs come pouring back. we want to bring in new companies and new jobs to our shores. that's also why we're going to eliminate job-killing regulations. cancel many executive orders, believe me, we are going to be canceling a lot. and lift the restrictions on the production of american
energy, including shale, oil, natural gas, and clean coal. [cheers and applause] and we are going to put our miners back to work. get ready. get those shovels ready another critical element of our jobs plan is the historic 1 trillion-dollar investment in our crumbling infrastructure. our infrastructure is requesting to hell. we're going to fix our infrastructure. do you know, we've spent as of two weeks ago $6 trillion in the middle east. we could have rebuilt our country three times over. and right now we're in worse shape in the middle east than we were 15 years ago when we started by a factor of 10. our bridges are deficient. our roads are in disrepair,
and our airports are like third world countries. i am asking congress to support the construction of new roads, bridges, airports, tunnels, and railways all across our nation. we're going to do it. [cheers and applause] and we're going to build it on time, on budget. not for three times what it is supposed to cost. and we will put our people back to work in the process. it's time to help get americans off welfare and back in to the labor market. [cheers and applause] rebuilding our country with american hands and american workers. we're going to rebuild our country. we're going to do it ourselves, folks. my administration will follow two simple rules. buy american and hire american. [cheers and applause]
at the center of this agenda is fixing our absolutely terrible trade deals. i mean, nafta, you look at that it's been defective for 20 years. it's been defective from the day it's been signed it was defective. pennsylvania, congratulations because you are just about at the bottom of the pack in this, has lost more than 1/3 of your manufacturing jobs since nafta. just about as bad as there is in the country. although i must say michigan and a couple of other places have actually done worse. okay? right? but you're all going to do great now because we are bringing those jobs back. america is now running, listen to this. a nearly 800 billion-dollar annual trade deficit. in other words, all these people that work to make these trade deals, right? we lose almost $800 billion a year. who are these people? any business people in this large, large audience?
[cheers] had to believe. almost $800 billion a year and we never make good deals. i actually said to my people today, they're going over mexico, work. china all time record-setting. we will lose 500 billion-dollar trade deficit. all of these places. i said give me a good deal. do you know what they said? there are none. we don't deal with anybody. it's almost amazing that our country can even make it. but it's not going to make it for much longer if we don't get this thing going, okay? think of it think of it. it is so terrible. we've lost and this one i can't even believe it. i say it all the time. we have lost 70,000 factories since china joined the world trade organization. now, i used to say who signed it?
i used to say who supported? we don't care anymore, right? you know who i'm talking about, right? i don't care. it's a disaster. it's the greatest jobs theft in the history of the world. nobody has ever lost like we have lost. all because we got sold down the river by our either stupid politicians or corrupt politicians. all right? except for these three guys down here. they are great. a trump administration will defend american industry and it will defend the american worker. you've got to be defended. it will defend the american worker. boy, did we come out and vote. you know they forgot about the american voter. they talked about everybody, right? they are going to do this group and that group and by the way, women, thank you very much,. [cheers and applause] i mean, thank you.
women. thank you, women. i was getting polled. the women -- donald trump has almost no women. i would come and i would see these signs. look at those signs. i would see these pink beautiful signs we did great with women. we did great with the african-american community. so good. remember the famous line because i talk about crime? i talk about lack of education. i talk about no jobs. and i would say what the hell do you have to lose, right? they are smart and picked up on it like you can't believe. they didn't come out to vote for hillary. they didn't come out. so thank you to the african-american community. thank you to the hispanic
community. incredible. the hispanic community was great. you know, they all heard the wall -- well, guess what? people that are in our country legally, if their hispanic, they don't want people coming in and taking their jobs. they will don't want people coming in and taking their homes. they want to see safety. >> hispanic community is fantastic. and the evangelical christians unbelievable. we set records, right? set records. and i shouldn't say this. this is terrible. but a couple of our pastors, pastor jeffries, a couple of them. reverend graham. you know, how good was billy graham? was he the greatest. got his son franklin. and franklin graham would say and paula white and some others would say donald trump may not be perfect but he is going to be the best
leader by far. right? may not be perfect. they were great. what great people. we set an all-time record in the history of elections of this country with the evangelicals and that is really cool. that includes what happened in the primaries. remember the primaries i was going to lose in all these states because of all the evangelicals and then i would win by 22 points like, as an example, sout south carolina. like alabama, like arkansas, like kentucky. they would say wow, donald trump is doing fantastically with the evangelical christians. he is doing fantastically. but i knew. we did even better in the general election. so we had the all-time highest vote in the history of elections with evangelicals, right? our goal is to bring back a
very beautiful graz. do you remember when we were young, some of us, some of you are or so you don't remember because you sr. so young already. we have a young audience. do you remember we had stamped on to cars and stamped on to equipment made in the u.s.a.? right? made in the u.s.a. [cheers and applause] right? even the young people like it. and, frankly, if it said made in japan or made some place else, it wasn't considered good. it wasn't considered good. we're going to bring back "made in the u.s.a." and we're going to have a lot of jobs come back. we're going to have a lot of jobs. and you know what? if companies leave and fire their workers, they leave pennsylvania. or they leave indiana. or they leave any one of the states we are talking about or any state in the union, they leave, and they go to mexico or some other country, plenty of them and they think they are going to fire everybody and they are going to have their product
come right through those weak borders. those borders are going to be so strong now. and they are going to sell that product and that product isn't going to be taxed, probably at a rate of about 35% for the people that leave. and here's what's going to happen. you know, the people that write the articles, they say donald trump is not a free trader. no, i'm a smart trader. okay. smart trader. here's what we're going to do. you are going to put that tariff on. company leaves. makes their air -- carrier was very nice by the way. i have toll it you. what they don't know is that the people that did go down there is going to be a little hard to sell that product back in. we won't talk about that. but carrier was fantastic, they really were. go out and buy some carrier air conditioners. because they are one of the few that are left in this country. and i told the people at carrier, you saw the publicity that got. and we have thousands of people, families, that are going to have great christmases in indiana now because of that.
[cheers] >> but i told them you are going to make up a lot because you are going to do a lot of business and a lot of people are feeling very strong about what they did. but it's going to be that they will have consequences when they leave our country and think they are going to sell the product right back over a border. no tax, no nothing. because you know what? it doesn't work that way for other countries. you look at what china is doing. china taxes our products going into china big league. and they don't want us anyway. they don't even want the tax. you take a look at other countries. so when they talk about free trade, it's free for them but it's not free for us. all right? not free for us. so that's the way it. but we have to be a rich nation again. and we have to be a safe nation the murder rated in the united states is the largest that it has been in 45 years. they don't tell you that.
they don't want to hear that. [crowd booing. booing]>> we are going to honorr men and women of law enforcement. we are going to bring this terrible crime wave to an immediate end. and it can go quickly. one of the greatest public safety remains open borders. i alwaysre goes your safety, there goes your country. we will build a great, great wall and we will put an end to illegal immigration and we are going to stop the drugs from pouring into our country and poisoning the youth of pennsylvania and every other state. [cheers and applause]
we're going to build the wall. we're going to build the wall. we have to. you know, the border patrol, you know this, 16,500 great people because their job is much tougher when i win because we're going to enforce the laws. they endorsed me. first time they have ever endorsed a presidential candidate. ice the men and women of ice. they're smart, they're tough, they love the country. they endorsed us. it's not me. it's us. what does it mean? it means you have to work harder. these are people that know what they are doing. we are going to break up the gangs. we are going to break up the cartels and the criminal syndicates. terrorizing our cities and our neighborhoods. and they are being terrorized just take a look on long island, new york.
and you take a look at what is happening out there. it is really bad. and our local police and want to do something about it they are being stopped. we are going to protect our country from extremism and terrorism. i will from regions where they cannot be safely processed or vetted. we will keep radical islamic terrorists the hell out of our country. [cheers and applause] keep them out. we have got enough problems. we have got enough problems, right? we have got to bring our jobs back.
we don't want problems. and we'll build safe zones in syria. when i look what's going on in syria, it's so sad. it's so sad and we have got to help people. and we have the gulf states. they have nothing but money. we don't have money. we owe $20 trillion. i will get the gulf states to give us lots of mope and we will build and help build safe zones in syria so people can have a chance. so they can have a chance. ethics reform will be a crucial part of our plan as well. we are going to drain the swamp of corruption in washington, d.c. [cheers and applause] right? i will impose a five year ban on executive branch officials becoming lobbyists and a lifetime ban on officials becoming lobbyists for a foreign government. and i will tell you what else i'm going to ban.
when we have our purchase agents giving out billions and billions and billions of dollars of contracts to the military and to all of these people where they are buying airplanes where you see these cost overruns. take a look at the f-35 program. take a look. and the people that gave out those contracts give me a break. we are going to impose a lifetime ban on people that give these massive contracts out or even small contracts. you want to work for the united states, you work for the united states. you're not going to go to the people that build these planes and people that do the drugs with all of the different things. you know, the cost of drugs in this country, we're about the largest purchaser of pharmaceuticals anywhere in the world. and, yet, we can't negotiate the price. i wonder why. you don't think it has anything to do with the drug
companies. we're going to open it up and face many challenges. but this is truly an exciting time to be live the al. the script is not yet written. we do not know what the page will read tomorrow. but for the first time in a long, long time what we do know is that the pages will be authored by each and every one of you and you. [cheers and applause] you, the american people, will finally be in charge again your voice, your desires, your hopes, and your aspirations will never ben fall on deaf ears. the forgotten men and women of our country will not be forgotten anymore. remember that. [cheers and applause]
you sure as hell weren't forgotten on election day, huh? you hear some of them saying where are all these people coming from? together, we will raise incomes and create millions and millions of great new jobs. we will repeal the disaster known as obama care and create new healthcare reforms that work for you and your family. we will reestablish the rule of law, defend the second amendment. protect religious liberty. [cheers and applause] and appoint justices to the united states supreme court who will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. [cheers and applause]
we will heal our divisions and unify our country. we will be a unified country again. when americans are unified, there is nothing we cannot do no task is too great. no dream too large. no goal beyond our reach. my message tonight is for all americans from all parties, all beliefs, all walks of life. whether you are african-american, hispanic american or asian american, or whatever the hell you are, remember that we are all-americans and we are all united by one shared destiny. [cheers and applause]
so i'm asking everyone. [chanting u.s.a.] so i'm asking everyone to join this incredible movement. and that's what it is. all over the world they're talking about what's happening here. all over the world. pundits have said and i mean pundits that truly dislike donald trump have said this is the single greatest political phenomenon that that they have ever seen. it's about you. i'm asking you to dream big and bold and daring things for your family and for your
country. i am asking you to believe in yourself again and i'm asking you to believe in america. [cheers and applause] when do you that, then all together, we will make america strong again we will make america wealthy again. we will make america safe again. and we will make america great again. [cheers and applause] thank you. thank you, pennsylvania. thank you. god bless you, merry christmas. thank you, pennsylvania. thank you. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> there he is, the
president-elect of the united states, donald trump wrapping up his latest in a long-speaking tour across the middle of the country tonight in hershey, pennsylvania. you're hearing his signature rally sound track in the background you can't always get what you want by the rolling stones. it was a long and discursive and interesting speech that mixed policy and a recap as you heard if you listen to it of the last election where he was on election night and many jabs at the media in there. we're joined now by our panel who sat through the speech. daniel halper -- bureau chief of "the new york post." great to see you. >> great to see you. >> daniel halper, what do you make of that? >> i never before until donald trump seen a politician who goes around the country after he has won and give essentially the same sort of speech that he gave when he was campaigning. i think -- while you never see other politicians do that is because they always lower expectations once they get into office.
once they have won they start playing it down, well, you know, if you recall, president obama well we have inherited a bad economy. it's going to be a slow process. trump was not backing away from anything. so in terms of isis he is going to destroy it in terms of the economy an jobs and drugs he is going to improve all those things very straking is he not backing away from any of the prom mys he has made. maybe it's political night naivete. this guy is actually going to follow through follows through. we have time to determine that is he not backing away from the promises. >> he is not. lisa booth if you listen to what he said it really sounded a lot like his campaign speeches. who is the audience for this? people who voted for him? people who are not yet won over by him? >> no. i think his supporters. the people who stood with him all the time. i think what we saw at the beginning was him sort of being defiant and what i
loved about it srtd of like a trolling going on. you have this accord ghatted effort by the media by the left to delegitimize donald trump. we have seen literally everything under the sun as the reason why donald trump's victory was not legitimate. it's the popular vote and hillary clinton shouldn't be the winner. racism, fake news, sexism, now it's the russians, the latest skatlate skate goat. sticking a sword in the ground something stronger than a fork. like is he beating his chest i won. he should be. he was utterly discredited the entire time through his candidacy, both in the primary and the general election by the mainstream media by the left and people. showing the supporter i appreciate the support and you sticking with me many and also a defiance to the
people that didn't support him. people who said he couldn't win. people trying to delegitimize him right now. >> john roberts was inside the arena. john, what's it like in there? >> good evening to you, tucker. one of the reasons why donald trump is not backing off one iota from his campaign promises delivering much the same speech he did is because there were 13500 people in the giant arena here in hershey tonight and they want to hear donald trump reiterate what he promised them during the election campaign they want to reiterate polls republicans have not seen since 1988, donald trump won this state by 44,000 votes. that's a heck of a fete when you consider there are a million more registered democrats here in the state of pennsylvania than there are republicans. donald trump again said tonight that he was going in to this election looking at the election polls thinking he was satisfied, very happy
two more events to come. he is going to be in florida tomorrow he is going to be in mobile bamma. this is the biggest crowd that we have seen here tonight. a testament to the fact that people in pennsylvania trust donald trump to bring back the economy and improve jobs in the keystone state. win pennsylvania by even bigger margin. one thing he did say tonight that was interesting. he talked about syria very briefly. said it's so sad to see what's going on in syria. no mention of what happened in aleppo over the last couple of days. no mention of russia's involvement' tucker back to you. >> thanks a lot. john roberts in hershey, pennsylvania. >> coming up next more on what happened tonight in trump's trump speech. bill hemmer joins us in just a second. do something this weekend that he has never done before. we have three minutes to guess what it is. stay tuned. ♪
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you are a master of analyzing things as they happen. did you see any news in that speech? >> i think it was trump's greatest hits. i mean, if you go down the line election night he loves to talk about that, obviously. obamacare, media, military. a lot of the similar themes by the last 50 minutes. by my gauge it was 50% teleprompter, 50% ad-lib. that was my reading of it as i sit here in new york. i thought the safe zones in syria was news. i also believe him mentioning josh earnest is very curious and the context for that, tucker, is the following. i think the president-elect trump and president obama have played very nice with one another in public. but this week that sort of changed from the lecturn of the white house. and that had to do with russia and the elections and what vladimir putin's role may or may not have been. i think trump takes that to heart. he has the memory of an elephant. when he called josh earnest
foolish. that foolish josh earnest he could deliver a positive message and make it sound bad. i inferred from that that that's what trump was referring to there. >> i think that's right. and they were clearly stung kellyanne conway responded to it also. you were just with roger staubach, one of my heroes? >> i spoke with him on the phone earlier today. i will tell you what happened. trump was army navy game over the weekend. he did an interview on cbs at halftime. what he said, tucker, is i don't know if it's necessarily the best football but it's very good but boy do they have spirit more than anybody. it's beautiful. typical trump. staubach was interviewed by a writer for the new york daily news. here is the headline staubach to donald trump army navy football players deserve your respect not your insults. so in this three-page article, i'm looking for the -- i have known staubach for a long time. i don't know if he has ever insulted anyone other than
with a football field. just so the audience knows. this guy, naval academy, heisman trophy winner, served the navy in vietnam. a quarterback for the dallas cowboys, won two super bowls, mvp of one of them. is he about as american as they get. the one quote in here tucker says service football from staubach is extremely respectable and very competitive. won big games still good football. i really enjoy watching service football. i called staubach today, very successful real estate businessman in dallas, texas. i read him that headline. i said, roger, did you say that? and here is what he said. that is far from the truth. first of all, i don't think trump said anything bad. he had a lot of good things to say. i know the writer wanted to get to the anti-trump thing and i wasn't going to go there. a story like this is dishonest. he did not insult navy, meaning trump. i did not come close to insult him, meaning trump. that's why i don't even like
to talk to reporters, bill. but the cat's out of the bag. this thing is all over the internet. cbs sports.com. nfl.com. >> unbelievable. >> the headline on cbs sphaw balk goes to trump over army/navy insults. all the these stories about fake news and what facebook is doing. this isn't fake news. it's a poorly written headline. and i would say it was entirely misleading. but this is the type of thing that's now being picked up. >> this is what you find when you rereport other people's stories. that's fascinating. before we go. quickly. you have a life milestone to report. i'm especially proud to hear about this. you went hunting. >> first time. >> this last week. good for you. >> suburban kid from cincinnati, ohio. all right. but there we were deep in the wilds of south, south texas. we went quail hunting. know this picture sometimes it can bore som can bothersome d
i'm probably one of those people that tend to be bothered by it. i enjoyed it i know you are a hunter, tucker. i found it to be challenging. it required a lot of skill. a lot of team work. a lot of safety. and you're in the outdoors which is one of god's greatest gifts that you will find anywhere in the world. so there you have it. field and stream. >> i'm going this weekend with my son. it's the best. it's worth it for the dogs. >> do you eat what you kill? >> of course you wrap it in bacon. i would eat a pine cone if it were wrapped in bacon. appears all good. >> let me know how that goes down. >> i have done it it's great. have a great weekend. >> you too. >> parallels between brexit in u.k. and donald trump's victory here. now there is another. you won't believe what it is. remarkable story from across the atlantic ocean. stay tuned. ey choose...
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>> blaming the russians is not a uniquely american phenomenon anymore. brexit is russian interference. member of parliament labor party leading campaigner for britain's reremain group explains. >> when will we realize russia's strategy is to weaken and divide the free world and driving the biggest refugee flow into europe world war ii is a deliberate. a deliberate part of that plan. and when will we admit that putin -- what putin can't achieve entirely is he already achieving using cyber and propaganda warfare. i don't think we have even begun to wake up to what russia is doing when it comes to cyber warfare. not only that interference now proven in the american presidential campaign. probably in their own referendum last year. we don't have the evidence of that yet but i think it's highly probable. >> joining us now is nigel the european parliament member who spearheaded the
brexit movement. thanks for joining us tonight. >> thank you. >> do you believe mr. bradshaw has evidence to back up his assertion that the putin government was likely behind brexit? >> i think it's the most hurricane call thing i have yet seen. i mean, ever since june 23rd when we voted for brexit. all sorts of excuses rolled out. now to blame it on russian cyber hacking and i think they have reached the new low. we are seeing concerted campaign here in the states. trump wouldn't have won unless putin had intervened. frankly 20167 has bee 20167 -- s been a year of political revolution. people have spoken. there has been massive change. what we are seein seeing from establishment and friends in liberal media frankly they can't accept the result. they are doing everything they can to try to overturn it. it isn't going to happen. >> it seems to me manifestation of
anti-democratic small d democratic impulse. people are not interested from hearing from the voters. they are making excuses for what is obviously voter desire as expressed at the ballot box and blaming someone else like the russians. >> those in charge think they are cleverer, better educated. more worldly. they can do a far better job directing our future than we the peasants possibly ever could. based on this incredible arrogance and if you look at the way the european project was set up. it was designed so that voters couldn't really change things and how interesting that hillary clinton had seen the european union as a model for a much bigger form of global market. isn't it right that trump fought it on from brexit and what we are saying we want nation state democracy. what we are say something actually we don't want to be talked down to or sneered to by peru cratic liberal global media elites. we will make our own minds
up on our own future and you can try as hard as you want to say that it's all some, you know, cooked up conspiracy by putin. nobody believes it. they just look like bad losers. >> well, i mean, one common thread is they never blame themselves. you saw in mr. bradshaw's comments he is blaming the putin government for the massive refugee flows in to europe. my understanding was angela merkel of germany kind of opened the door. >> she did. >> that's a key fact. >> she did. what chancellor merkel said july 15 was as many people as come we can cope with them. and, of course, what it meant is that 80% of the people who came would never have qualified for refugee status under any formula. they were mostly young males, in their late 20's. using this opportunity to come from all over the world at what we know is not a single one of them had been vetted in any way to see
whether they were linked to isis or not. literally what merkel did was to import terrorism into the european continent. >> it's a total disaster that will transform europe forever and the elites in europe are blaming not themselves but russia. not surprising. has he the next stage of this? so in the u.s. and in europe, the people in charge have been repudiated but refuse to learn a lesson from it. what happens next? >> i have a big warning here because i was in the european parliament yesterday morning debating with the president of the european commission. the most powerful bureaucrat in the whole of europe. he now wants to push full on for a european army. a militarized european union. one that effectively wants to get rid of nato using the excuse that trump has been elected. we must now do this on our own. and in tandem with militarize ago continued push to the east. and by that what was said
yesterday morning is visa free travel should come in quickly for the ukraine and georgia. the association agreement with the ukraine, which means it's effectively step one of the ukraine becoming members of this political union. that's the push ahead to. and i really worry, i worry that we're going to see a european union, wounded animal though it is, dying though it is, before we get to that point, it's going to provoke some kind of -- you know, conflicted with putin. and i would say to that british m.p. who was looking to blame all of our whos on putin whether you like putin, whether you choose to live in russia or not, why on earth would you provoke russia? why on earth would you stick -- exactly. >> push a stick, you know, into that russian bear because if you do they are going to respond. that's why i really hope that president trump can change things fundamentally. let's at least start talking to russia, but let's be
aware that nato is now directly under threat, not from donald trump but from the european union who want their own army. >> exactly. and the left in europe has so much in common with the left here. they do want conflict with russia. that's obvious it's becoming clear in the united states. why is that? what's the impulse behind that what about shah enrages them? >> they have to have an enemy, what putin represents for all his faults, he represents a strong leader who believes in his own nation. they call it nationalism. nationism. they talk about these things in pejorative terms. of course putin doesn't like the european project because the european project wants to make ukraine his next door neighbor, a member of alternative military alliance. come on, you can't blame him for that, but no, i think all through history you see
empires that are built. that are struggling, that are failing. they have to have an enemy. they have to have a hate figure. and it's putin. >> and it can lead to very reckless and destructive behavior. >> i think that's right. unless we stop this european army, we could be headed very real trouble. >> their first project put down rebellions like brexit, i'm afraid. thanks for joining us. >> they can try but won't do it. i promise you. >> god bless. >> thank you. >> thanks a lot. so are russian saboteurs lurking among us to subvert democracy? dr. sebastian gorka has the full-time word on that. stay tuned. ♪
junkerjunker. well russia's interference with november's presidential election has dominated the news cycle this week and last week. let's take a deeper look at what exactly is being alleged here. next is dr. sebastian gorkgorka. what is the core allegation here? >> the core allegation is that russia as a state was somehow linked to the leaking of the podesta e-mails open that is a bad thing, that somehow profited the winner of the election. but there's a real big flaw with that allegation, tucker. are the podesta e-mails true or are they manufactured fakes. if they're real, releasing them is naughty but what are they saying on the democratic side. people should have known that podesta undermined if democratic
process, that they were taking out bernie sanders, that they were saying nasty things about catholic. if this is true -- of course it isn't. we know nothing about the intent. but they made the electorate more knowledgeable. is that a bad thing? >> that's the question. are these a forgery or are they the pentagon papers, something that the american citizens have a right to see. >> either we thank the russians for helping us get information. >> i also wonder you spent a lot of tame in yeeeastern europe. do you believe that the russians thought that donald trump was going to win? >> who knew who was going to win. look at brexit.
who got brexit right. nobody got brexit right. >> the betting markets got it wrong. >> "the new york times" -- "huffington post" said hillary clinton has a 92% victory before the election. nobody knew what was going to happen. why? because they were listening to what. the mainstream media. the mainstream media echo chamber. the ben rhodes, we need to feed the beast that is the echo chamber. >> that a good point. thank you for making it. if you missed our earlier conversation with the senior writer at "news week" magazine, you're going to get a chance to see the best parts coming up. most important parts with centrum. now verified non gmo and gluten free. you're so cold, come in! what's wrong?
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so we invited him on to ask what that's about recently. here's how it went. do you believe that you're practicing journalism? >> when did you stop beating your wife. what are you talking about? >> well, i'll show you what i'm talking about. i read your twitter feed and that is the kind of stuff i'm reading on it. at one point you ask of conservatives why do they hate america, you describe trump as stupid and lazy. you refer to dumb ass trumpers, you say that to kelly fitzpatrick, fu. >> hold on. one of the things i want to make sure of, you have a habit of taking a lot of things out of context. >> my point is that you ought to label yourself as what you are, an advocate. >> let's stop for a second. >> i've got 100 of them. >> give me an example. >> i'm trying to right now. >> let's play the game another
way. i spent a little while just sort of doing some research on you. this is what i came up with. tucker carlson false hoods. >> i want you to answer this question. was he in a hospital as you allege or was he not? >> let me answer the question. >> go ahead. >> you're not fooling anybody. you're trying to stop me from giving the answer. >> this is a little nutty. >> i noticed earlier this week that you take people off the air when you don't like what they're saying. >> i'm running out of time. >> i have the right to respond. >> i'm reading what you wrote. you describe trump as a paranoid unstable man. >> nobody is getting fooled by this. you're not letting me answer the question. >> wow. and it got wilder from there. at one point eichenwald said he was going to share a message he received secretly by the cia. i was worried about him at the
end. you can judge yofor yourself. that's it for us tonight. we're proud to have been sitting in bill o'reilly's hour tonight. we'll be back tomorrow at 7:00 and every night. see you tomorrow. breaking tonight, president obama now vowing to quote take action against russia for interfere in the united states election allegedly. a threat that comes just hours after reports that he was well aware of russia's role months ago but kept the information quiet because he thought hillary clinton was going to win. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. it's believed that the white house had knowledge of russia's cyber militias dating back to the summer of 2015. and tonight the reports suggest that the obama administration did not say anything because folks thought that hillary