saying, we need them. that loud and clear today from florida. hi. "the five." president-elect trump expected to see him at any moment to speak at any moment. who put this in there? you gotta take that out. he already spoke, everybody. all right. let's start over again. hi, america. all right. that's what happens when a producer puts something in a teleprompter and doesn't tell you. the berlin terror suspect may be a tunisian refugee, an asylum seeker with a pile of ail yanss who aliases.
it undermines wishful things. if he weren't an asylum seeker, maybe he wouldn't be muslim either. what a relief if he were an elderly polish driver suffering a stroke or a right wing yankee still mad over obamacare. to quote steven tyler, dream on. it's not state versus state but civilization versus sigh cop athink. this forces us to mature our views on security. worrying about who comes here is no longer a symptom of old school bigotry but simple math from the many good sneaks in a few that are bad. imagine the threat as a table with four legs. one is the media attack by new arrivals like berlin. two is the settling in and long-term planning by patient
cells. three are home grown. four the regression from a freedom based culture over time into something far darker. this table is set. as foreign attacks increase, it's easy to treat them like bad weather happening somewhere else. it's what we read over breakfast. when that storm hits your shores, remember this, wishful thinking never saved a single life. the truth, however, has. dana, this guy had been arrested. he had aliases. he was released in august. he was supposed to be deported. i know you can't catch everybody. this is pretty bad. >> and this is a pattern that's repeated over and over where i understand that hindsight is 20/20 and you can't always catch everybody. there are other instances where they should have been deported, they were meant to be including the previous attacks in brussels. they had been caught before and now -- they had to be re-caught. it's not the same thing. if you look at the case of kate
steinly who was murdered by the immigrant who was here illegally who had been deported several times and kept coming back, this is a problem of immigration and borders that does help explain a lot of the -- not just the national mood but the world's mood and the reason that there's a desire for major change on the policy areas. >> whenever you bring up major change, you get the pushback as though you are demonizing innocent people. it's just a new era. you have to deal with the sk skittle metaphor. >> here is the amazing thing. angela merkel was amazing. she was wonderful for germany, which it had to do with finance. she did bilateral trade agreements which were great for germany. she was low on regulation. businesses flourishes. then this whole thing on immigration happened. in the midst of terror expanding, isis is expanding, she announces they will take a million refugees in. isis saying they will infiltrate
the refugee system. who in the world didn't think this was going to end up badly besides angela merkel and a mall group of people in germany? it certainly appears to have been if not this one attack maybe others. we know -- we know the refugee system is responsible for terror throughout europe. >> she was known as iron woman of europe. i don't think anymore. she was well regarded. lauded for her economic policies, reform and creating the robust economy that eric spoke about. now she's getting this intense criticism for a softer approach, trying to be compassionate and focus on humanitarian interests thinking about women and children going in. she caved to the pressure on that. the problem is, when you have that kind of influx of people coming in, that many humans at once, of course there are going to be cracks in the wall. there's going to be mistakes made because you can't properly vet all of those people coming in. when you couple that with the
heightened intelligence warning saying you must be careful about this when isis is telling you they're going to funnel in through refugees, this is sadly an inevitable outcome. i think that's going to end ultimately for her demise politically. >> juan, if there had been known ties to terror that the government had known about this, those 12 murders were preventable, right? that's pretty bad. >> sure. absolutely. here is the thing though. with angela merkel, i think going back to what eric saw, she saw immigration as a boost to the german economy, bringing in young people, bringing in not only young people who are workers, but you are bringing in potential markets. >> right. it's true. get young people in there. they take jobs others don't. >> the other side of this is that you hear reports today where people at refugee centers in germany are saying, don't think it's all of us. don't blame all of us for the actions of this one person. also let me just say that most of the german political party's
backed angela merkel with regard to the refugees coming in. there's one anti-immigration party. it's a small party but it's a strong party in germany that's trying to say that this is blood on merkel's hands. angela merkel's response has been to say, you know what? we would definitely regret if this person was a syrian refugee. that would be terrible. it would be terrible for her political prospects. but it's not to say it's a fatal blow. i think lots of people right now given what's happened in brussels, what's happened in paris, think germany, in fact, has been the one place that really hasn't had a terrible incident until now. >> let's roll -- i think we have some sound from donald trump in palm beach talking about the attack. then i will go to you, dana.
>> it's interesting. merkel was saying, you know, she wanted -- everybody has their own -- they want to be right. he said, see, i was right about this. she wanted to be right and say that this wasn't a muslim. right? >> yeah. she was hoping -- >> they both -- he points out, he was right. >> but i do -- i think he is right on the messaging. i think -- when he says -- i think we will see what sort of changes are made in terms of not just the vetting of people coming in but the wholesale influx of refugees that are coming in as eric had last night governor scott walker on from wisconsi governors basically, they have to inherit whatever is sent their way in terms of refugees. there's a movement amongst the nation's governors to say, wait, we should be able to have a say in that. i think it's understandable given germany's history and its
general leftist politics that they keep trying it atone for their past. one of the ways i think that angela merkel thought they could do that -- i'm trying to be sensitive here to say -- it's not that i don't think their heart isn't in it. i think it is because they are trying to atone for the lessons from the past by helping refugees around the world and being a welcoming place. the question is for the world leaders of the western world, can you do both? or do you have to change it? >> it's interesting. because they were the home for probably one of the most -- one of the most merd urderous ideols in history. are they going to make it easier for another murderous ideology, islamism -- extremism is a murderous ideology. >> numbers here. germany has let in -- they said they would let in a million
refugees. they have let in 750,000 refugees. germany is a quarter of the size of the united states that would be like 3 million refugees coming into the united states. can you imagine -- how do you vet this? how do you know one bad skittle isn't in this or 1,000 aren't going to be in this batch? you don't know. so, yes, they're -- angela merkel, the european community is going out on a limb saying we're going to take a chance because we feel it's the right policy. in america, i think we're going the opposite direction. we don't want to take any chances. we don't want another san bernardino or another -- >> germany should be willing to solve the problem where it is. ask president obama for help in order to solve -- trying to solve the refugee crisis before it happens would have prevented the lives being lost, the situation in germany and her possibly having her job on the line because of bad decisions. it all goes back to that issue. >> i like your idea. i like the idea that you go to
the source of this migration flow and you try to staunch it. the thing is, remember -- >> there's so many sources. >> no. right now we're talking about syria. >> no, no, no. >> we're not talking about syria? >> of course you are. >> he is from tunisia. >> not too far below syria is afghanistan. below that is iraq. below that is yemen. >> a big flow at the moment we're talking about is syria. >> you are talking syria. but millions -- >> this attacker was tunisia. tunisia if you look at the middle east and you say, where is a bright hopeful spot where there could be democracy, tunisia would be it. no jobs and radical islam. >> my point to dana was the united states has been the force willing to go on the ground and fight and get involved. it's not the europeans. it's the ubnited states. >> exactly. >> they won't change their rules of engagement. the only -- they served bravely
in afghanistan. one of the things that german soldiers are best at is police training. we asked them to do more. that's not going to solve a refugee problem. >> but i don't want us to overblow the terrorism problem. i was reading -- >> there is no possibility of that at this point. in all seriousness. >> in fact -- >> that's what caused it. he is the genesis is radical e jihad. >> this is to my pal greg, here is a quote. from 2001 to 2013, 400 americans killed on soil by guns. during the same period, 3,000 -- >> what about cars? >> do you include suicide in that? >> no. i don't know. they say this is guns. >> you are aware that guns don't have a heart and brain? islamists are human beings making evil choices. >> the second point i want -- >> with multiple weapon choices.
>> there was an article today i read that said, president obama when he talks about this talks about an attack on german soil against germans. president-elect trump talks about this, he talks about an attack on a christmas celebration, christmas market and makes it out as if it's an attack of western civilization and christians -- >> the thing was -- >> against the world -- >> no, no, no. >> i know. >> if you want to respond to that. it is about ideas and civilization, not just about nationality. >> of course it is. it wasn't a coincidence the fact that they specifically targeted a christmas market connected to a christian church during the holiday season where it was densely packed where you would have maximum velocity with a weapon -- with a car that would be used to get the most casualties. that's what was the whole focus. again, you see this in all of the magazines that isis puts
out, that al qaeda puts out, specific instructions of how to use trucks and drive them into crowded areas. this is -- the whole talk about guns is just a complete -- >> it's not. if you are going to have a war and you invite a clash of civilization, that doesn't help us as americans. >> you know, if it kills isis, it helps americans. president-elect trump was quick to denounce monday's attack. now some democrats are accusing him of inflaming isis. more on the stunning claim when "the five" returns. a cancer diagnosis can
be overwhelming and complicated. that's why at cancer treatment centers of america, every patient gets their own care manager, to coordinate every aspect of their care. it's a long journey, its very complicated and we try to help them through that. we are available 24/7. if a new symptom occurs in the middle of the night, we are there to help. the care manager coordinates all of the patient's appointments, scans, chemotherapy...
the last thing any patient really needs to worry about is how am i going to get here, how is insurance going to handle this? one of the great things we do is help them manage their symptoms at home. we as care managers want to take as much stress off the patient as we can. meet the care managers at ctca. my name is mena... collette jodi vincent stacy our nurse care managers are with you every step of the way so you can focus on your fight. learn more at cancercenter.com/caremanananar appointments available.
christians. now former democratic new mexico governor bill richardson claims he reacted too quickly and is hurting fight against terror. >> to frame this attack as a clash of civilizations, christians against muslims, it helps isis recruit, it helps inflame the situation. find ways that we cannot make this an inflammatory charge against muslim countries that are our allies, that we're going to need to fight against terrorism. you know, most of those slaughtered by isis are muslims, in iraq, all over the world. to frame this as a clash of civilizations is not good. >> at the same time all of this is unfolding, sources tell fox news there's an effort under way to transfer up to 22 gaun ta na mow detainees to other countries.
who is really adding fuel to the fire on terror? president obama or president-elect trump? eric, your thoughts on this? the big question of the day. >> we notice mr. richardson used the same term that juan uses, a clash of civilizations, christians versus muslims. it's not donald trump who is creating this. it's not conservatives creating this clash. frankly, it's the radical islamic terrorists who said if you are an infidel, you will be subjected to be killed, not just let's talk this out. kill them. kill the infidel. it's not conservative or donald trump. it comes from there. i find it really interesting that you think you can inflame islamic terrorists more by talking about it. >> no, no, no. the point i was making -- i think this is what governor richardson is picking up on is, are you alienating muslims who you want to work with you to fight the radical islamic terrorists or are you saying,
guess what, we are all in a fight against -- >> can i just agree with him for one second. i agree with you. that's why the radical islamic part of terror makes the subset of islamists not all muslims. that was the point i think is important in this. >> greg? >> i think it's condescending to muslims if you think they can't distinguish amongst themselves who are the extremists and who aren't. if you think you are going to hurt their feelings because you are going to say you got some a-holes who are meurderous and they go, that's offensive, that's on them. the thing that kills me is we have an administration who praises cuba, which is an actual prison. gitmo is a petting zoo for terrorists. right there is cuba, a huge repre repressive is a prison for its citizens. as for trump's tweets, we have been arguing as a country for
decades, the media for transparency. his tweets with what he thinks at the moment. that's about as transparent as you can get. good or bad. >> unfiltered assess to the people to take his message. he has been able to use that successfully. dana, your thoughts on this? >> when governor richardson it's a clash of civilization and helps isis, one, that's true if we let it. we don't have to. should we do nothing different? i don't know if that's true. i think there should be changes. i also wonder when he says that it's helping isis recruit, i would love to see some background on that. >> yes. sources. >> who is saying that? >> is that written in a fortune cookie somewhere. >> is there a ittemp agency that -- >> like, if our intelligence community came forward and said these
terrorista terrorists to become -- >> i was radicalized -- >> they are being dishonest. there's no basis for it. >> you were in an administration where the president, president george w. bush, went to a mosque not long after 9/11 to make it very clear, we are not anti-muslim in this country. we are fighting terrorists. we're all together. >> you can do both. that's what i'm saying, you can do both. i think what donald trump could do is if he had 140 characters more could say -- >> good idea. >> that this approach -- my new approach will help your nation be safer and more prosperous. then we all win. why don't we work together and fight terrorism together? it's worth a shot. we have been talking about what are we going to about this online proliferation of recruitment of isis? the only person doing anything that's visible right now that we saw is donald trump. >> wait, wait, wait. >> the first one to call it
terror, which was then backed up. >> that's not true. i think you know -- >> i know. >> the united states has -- >> i know they try. i was a part of it. i was senate confirmed broadcasting board of governors. lord knows they tried. it's like -- it's basically a tiny grain of sand on a huge beach. >> they are trying. it's not fair to say the united states is not trying. in addition to not trying, let's remember, a lot of these muslim countries are dealing with high unemployment, young men population, that they worry about being subject or vulnerable to recreating. >> 50% unemployment. while they are unemployed, they are being radicalized. >> right. >> it gets back to the core issue -- >> the biggest problem muslims have are other muslims. >> certainly they are the ones who are mostly killed. >> they're being targeted. more than anyone else to greg's point don't underestimate their common sense and the clarity of the situation that it's radical
jihadists that bear them ill will and the rest of the world. up next, president obama takes lost minute executive action against american energy production. could his new offshore oil drilling ban spark a battle with the incoming administration? details next. ♪ if you're going to wish, wish big at the lexus december to remember sales event get up to $2500 customer cash on select 2016 and 2017 models for these terms. see your lexus dealer.
(vo) it's the holidays at verizon, and the best deals are on the best network. with no surprise overages, you can use your data worry free and even carry over the data you don't use. and right now get four lines and 20 gigs for only $40 per line. you'll even get the iphone 7, the samsung galaxy s7, the pixel phone by google, or the motoz droid absolutely free. hurry, these offers end soon.
get the best deals and the best network, and my brother ray and i started searching for answers. (vo) when it's time to navigate in-home care, follow that bright star. because brightstar care earns the same accreditation as the best hospitals. and brightstar care means an rn will customize a plan that evolves with mom's changing needs. (woman) because dad made us promise we'd keep mom at home. (vo) call 844-4-brightstar for your free home care planning guide. president obama used
executive authority to permanently ban new offshore oil and gas drilling in over 100 million acres of the arctic and atlantic. the president claims drilling in these locations is not economical. some critics disagree. it's sure to face resistance by the gop-led congress and president-elect trump. >> he is trying to nail everything to the floor so it can't be moved. of course, it can be moved. first of all, he is interpreting this 50, 60-year-old law widely in a different way. second, they can't defend it in its own terms. the idea that because we're not going to drill here the oil and the natural gas is not going to be produced is ridiculous. it's going to end up being produced in nigeria, places all over the world. >> eric, is it not economical? >> it's wildly economical. it's lower energy prices, a ton of tax revenue. it makes no sense other than
president obama is trying to cement this legacy of being friendly to the environment. he spent the better part of eight years overseeing expansion in fracking. all he basically did was he opened up the opportunity for donald trump upon january 21 to sign off these executive authority to get rid of the regulation. >> meanwhile, while we're shutting down our possibilities, you have putin and the turks working out a deal, letting bygones be bygones to get a pipeline done. >> i was thinking, we were -- we have been focusing on donald trump's actions. he started his 100 day plan 50 days early. while we were doing that and watching him deal with carrier, president obama stayed calm and carried out in very sneaky ways. clemency, drilling. he banned states who were going to withhold funding to planned
parenthood. the dakota pipeline probably came from him. he had a black friday rush to secure a legacy. everybody else was looking at trump's tweets, and gitmo. once i would like to see a liberal politician care as much about the innocent citizens murdered by chicago gangs than swamps and their threatened population. they care more about a rare mosquito than they do black kids. >> just for once i would like to hear conservatives speak up for people, the majority of the american people, who care about the ecological system and the environment in this country. >> there's a priority. there's a priority. the priorities are off with the left. they put -- the hysteria over global warming -- it should be like this. it's like this. that's how they don't look at terror. >> i think this is a -- >> it's part of the climate -- >> stop fossil fuels. >> no, no. i don't think anybody wants to
stop fossil fuels. the more drilling under obama. the price of oil is down. gas prices are low. the question is, do you just give cart blanche to all the oil companies to do what they want to do? i guess in the incoming trump administration with the ceo president and rex tillerson potentially as secretary of state, we're going to say drill, baby, drill. >> in a way, i think what -- president obama knows a lot of what he is putting forward is going to get reversed. this would slow president-elect trump down if he had designs on opening up more drilling. >> what do you think? is that the right attitude to put forward? president-elect trump was elected with a large majority here and a big movement that wanted to bring back jobs and stimulate the economy. he want dozen these things as it relates to energy, not just independence but energy dominance. it's interesting to me. the only reason that the obama economy didn't even slip back
into the recess was because of the thousands of jobs from oil ref knee and from taxes on oil companies that they paid the photograph government to be able to funnel it back into the system. the same people that were keeping his economy going he wants to demonize and penalize. that should be the exact opposite of what we're doing in this country. >> january 2009, president obama was sworn in. do you know what a barrel of oil was that day? $32. >> what is it today? >> $50. it's $50. >> what you are seeing is there's more production in the united states. >> of course there is. >> that's the key point. >> and? >> there could be substantially more keeping prices lower. >> you have to -- >> the price of gas is $1.83. >> the next time -- in july you will say, i don't want to go to that beach, i don't want to go to beach, it's a mess. >> wait. where does --
>> wasn't it john kerry that wanted to vote against offshore -- the windmills. i don't know. >> this is always juan. you are the cutest little chicken little ever. the sky is falling. the waters are filled with oil. it's so dramatic. >> you are a fan of acupuncture? >> do you have needles? >> you have to look at it this way. the earth is drilling -- drilling is earth's acupuncture. >> okay. >> i don't know if that actually -- >> relieves the pressure. it feels good. it's pain relieving. >> tell the people in the gulf coast. i'm sure they thought it looks like acupuncture to me. >> the people in the gulf coast really appreciate the fact that they have good paying jobs that help fuel america, energy being the backbone of the economy. you have the senator who is a chairman of the senate committee on energy and natural resources. she's from alaska saying that president obama has treated the arctic like a snow globe, ignoring the desire of the people who live, work and raise a family there.
i think that again goes to the bigger picture of why there was change in the political structure of the country. >> so true. >> people said what about us? we're the ones you are counting on to deliver this. you are making our lives harder. >> like the coal miners. before he leaves office, president obama has a warning for president-elect trump. do as i say, not as i do. we will explain that next.
president obama is dishing out some advise to his successor. behave tware the irony. >> it was then after we exhausted efforts for bipartisan reform that we took some additional steps on immigration executive actions. so my suggestion to the president-elect is going through the legislative process is always better in part because it's harder to undo. >> advising mr. trump to go through the legislative process sounds hypocritical considering you, mr. president, have bypassed congress by signing
congressional orders. newt gingrich reveals the real reason why the president is advising this. >> what you are watching is a man who realizes all of a sudden that like 90% of his legacy is going to disappear because he didn't do the hard work of passing legislation. he didn't reach out to work with the other side. starting the opening day when trump begins to repeal all the executive orders, it's going to be like one of those balloons that deflates. the obama legacy is going to this and down to a core of 10% or 15% of what did he did. >> what do you make of this? >> that's rich. isn't it? that's the hypocrisy at its height. don't do everything that i did, because i don't want to you undo what i did. therefore, learn from my lesson and i'm going to preach to you about how you should run your presidency. i know somebody who didn't do that. george w. bush.
george w. bush was very -- he was very let the new president run his team, make his decisions and make -- >> i thought you meant -- i thought you were talking about the executive orders. i remember the democrats were up in arms about president bush's executive orders. i think even there were -- there were prizes won by reporters who wrote about that. >> your thoughts? >> obviously it's better. it's longer lasting. and if you look at the difficulties that the republicans will have in terms of repealing and replacing obamacare, because that was a law that was passed, even though it was passed without bipartisan support and went through the congress, so there is -- it's more baked into the cake than an executive action. i'm sorry i used a banned phrase. >> everybody understood it. >> i want to hear what juan has to say. >> i do, too. >> a little hypocritical.
>> i listen to my friends here at the table. i want to know what you are thinking. what i heard president obama say in that sound was, because he could not get past the obstruction on the part of republicans, he resorted to the use of executive actions. but it's not as good as using full legislative consideration and action by the congress. makes sense to me. you guys say, no, that's hypocritical because he used executive action. but he said the republicans were blocking him and he wouldn't have got anything done. he would have been a do nothing president like they're a do nothing congress. >> unless the outcome isn't what you want. >> exactly. >> do the playground thing. >> the republicans don't play well with others. that's what he was saying. you have to remember in 2008, there were people wishing that president obama was a dictator. there were celebrities saying, who needs pesky checks and balances? this is our guy. he was the second coming.
everybody thought -- now all of a sudden, the pendulum swing, he is on other side. oh, god, here it comes. everything that i pushed through is now coming back up. that's a terrible analogy. >> the critics -- you have to remember the critics on the right complained that republicans in congress caved to obama all the time. there's that. then also, as soon as president trump decides to use some executive actions, there will be support, i'm assuming, from some quarters for executive action. >> this is karaoke. trump is not an e-- he loves th end result. sometimes that takes priority over the content of the deal. >> will that -- >> i was going to say, now president obama can't have it both ways. you live by the sword, die by the sword or the pen in this case. >> metaphor. >> it's a lovely one and applicable.
>> executive privilege. donald trump comes in and as greg points out makes a deal. you are all right with that, right? >> he makes a deal with congress? >> makes deals. >> i am all -- >> donald trump and somebody -- >> i think somebody at this table said something recently about the democrats are in a situation where they should work -- they should be willing to make deals. i think you were talking about obamacare. maybe i'm wrong. are you willing to work with the president-elect? in answer to your question, absolutely. make a deal. the thing is, there's so many scars right now on the body politic where people think, that guy stabbed me in the back, that guy wouldn't play with me when i brought my friends to the playground. that's the way it is right now on capitol hill. people just aren't talking. >> crow mi >> compromise has been the did -- has been a dirty word. you would say, don't ever go to the table. i think that will happen from
the left. you haven't begun to see how the far left, bernie sanders, elizabeth warrens are not like pelosi and schumer. they will have to make deals on their side. then donald trump will end run around them and say, we have a deal. he and schumer will probably cut a side schumer wants to make de. on that note, find out why one professor is warning parents against the elf on the shelf. >> is that greg?
a professor in canada is taking aim at the christmas tradition the elf on the shelf. she claims that the doll actually has a sinister undertone. the article first published a few years ago, but now it is resurfa resurfacing. in it she argues the idea of the elf reporting back to santa each night is, quote, setting up children for dangerous, uncritical acceptance of power structures. she also warns that the toy might get kids used to the idea of living in a surveillance state. you are mocking -- your laughter. >> who is the ultimate spy is santa? here is a shady character. he is nau he is always in red. he knows if you are naughty or nice. this is well before the elf got into the business. santa exists for parents who get two to three weeks of decent behavior from their kids who are
normally just awful, sullen brats. santa should operate year round. there should be a christmas every month. that way the kids will be on their best behavior at all times. stay out of my way. >> isn't that psychological manipulation? >> hell yes. >> i see. with what do you think? >> i have this. >> that's me. you think it's a doll. >> you sit in my tree outside the window. hello, little greg. i have this -- i started doing it. it was a lot of work. you have to be creative. >> they move themselves. >> then he kind of said, this might be for babies. so now he is ten. he thinks it's big-time. >> what's so bad about -- >> he is big-time. he's a boy now. >> make sure the kids are naughty or nice and report back to santa.
>> i think it's cute. >> he is gathering data. >> you know how much money, by the way, they make, this woman that did this? unbelievable amount of money. so lou canucrative. >> parents use it. >> i think they should use it. if you don't have an elf on the shelf, should get one. it helps foster creativity and imaginati imagination. it's kids 3 or 4, 5, 6, 7, right now the jobs they will have in the future don't look like any of the jobs we have now. what they're going to need is creativity and ability to think about things in a different way. this is just one example of the many things that we had as kids. i had my advent calendar. >> didn't you have this at one time and jasper was looking at it? >> we have a photo shop of that. i think it's good -- it builds your imaginative part of your brain. >> it's interesting to me --
>> i need a vacation. >> you have to out think -- >> at this table, we have strong conservatives. but you are okay with this. i'm thinking, i would have guessed that you would have said, this is -- >> because we have children. >> because we're against -- >> this is so weird. that's off base. >> this is sanctioned by parents. parents are -- >> the government would sanction surveillance. sg >> santa is a conservative because he employs all these elves. he has a workshop. he has a factory. >> he doesn't pay minimum wage. >> he pays well over the minimum wage. >> he plays -- you get food and toys. >> that's true. i don't know. >> all right. i think -- >> he's an environmentalist. his sled is powered by animals. >> don't tell -- you know the horses going around central park, that started -- >> not using energy production,
it's a minute long. it's on my facebook page. it's a great christmas present for why you grandma, grandpa, aunt, uncle, niece, nephew, grandchildren. >> you might have step grandkids. >> dry cleaner. i'm trying to fill time. >> it's a great gift for america. >> one for everybody in america. >> 17 million people. >> and made in the usa. >> we don't know that. >> that's true. >> let me tell you, dana was so kind. i asked dana for some autographed copies. >> no, no, no. juan -- >> don't say that? >> we want people to buy. >> i wanted to buy the book. i'm saying, you were very generous. >> you have ruined it for everybody. >> happy new year. coming after christmas, because
we will be back together like batman and robin. you pick who is who. i get the smaller outfit, i imagine. we will be hosting america's new year's eve for the fox news channel with a hugely talented cast. all of us together. kennedy we've got, jesse waters, rick leventhal, phil keating. we have george. we are stealing from your show. >> that's fun. >> hollywood style. we are super excited. it will start at 8:00. by popular demand of our viewers, we are making it bigger and better. it's going to be huge. check us out at 8:00. we will party all night with you until 1:00 a.m. >> wow. >> it's going to be great. >> i'm looking forward to it. >> last year was cold.
remember how cold it was last year? >> i don't think it will be that cold. >> it's supposed to be warmer. mid 40s or so. >> local morning television right now. >> people like the weather. >> last year we were -- >> all american new year. >> this year we're right in the middle of the crowd. it's going to be amazing walking around talking to people. >> times square. >> i like when you wear the headsets. >> i think you have done it like -- you go. >> can i go quickly? >> no quickly. >> the only other thing is, tonight i'm hosting hannity. another big show. we have members of the trump transition team. we have newt gingrich, we have a bunch of other people. we will hit on this refugee situation. >> all right. time for something new. greg's tweet of the day. yesterday, in a podcast or maybe two days ago, a median said she hadn't had an abortion yet but
she wished she did. why don't we roll my tweet of the day? >> how did this get approved? she has since apologized. i approved it. she apologized for trivializing the issue and said she was a delusional girl when she said that. >> two days ago? >> no, today. >> a girl? >> isn't this crazy? >> i think my tweet was right answer. >> we apologize. >> do you understand abortion? imagine if your mother made that choice. >> of course, now we have too much time left on the show. >> we haven't done juan yet. >> there you go. >> you probably have eight points. >> no. >> you better have pictures. >> it's three.
>> every day he does a little thing. he writes it and all the way down. not today. >> so this year, we lost one of the most -- i think arguably the most photographed people in the world, muhammad ali, the great boxer. this week we lost the man who took millions of photographs of muhammad ali, howard bingham. bingham died earlier this week. he met ali in 1962 when he was working for a black newspaper in l.a. after a news conference offered ali and his brother a ride. they took it. all of a sudden developed into a friendship between ali and howard bingham. bingham too pictures of ali with elvis press ley, malcolm x, you would recognize because he was there. this year i met him at ali's funeral louisville. spent time talking with howard. what a great guy. could you understand why he was
ali's good friend. >> that's it. set your dvr so you never miss an episode. that's it for us. "special report" is up next. the plain truth, president-elect trump meets with aircraft manufacturers he says are charging the government way too much. this is "special report." welcome to washington. leave it to a man with his own 757 airplane to try to cut a deal on a new version of air force one. donald trump met today with the makers of the presidential plane and the military's newest warplane to see if he could cut costs that he said are out of control. peter doocy has the latest tonight from florida. >> reporter: good evening. the cur