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we are definitely looking out for you. remember, the spin ♪ >> tom: welcome to "red eye" i am tom shillue. let's check in with tvs andy levy at the "red eye" deck. speak up thanks, tom, donald trump hosts his first press conference is present elect. i'm arty looking forward to the next one. plus, "the new york times" op-ed says that the new latest super mario video game has retro game gender politics. is the world really ready for a female plumber? a new study says conservatives are more attractive than liberals. back to you, tom. >> tom: thank you, andy. let's welcome our guests. he checks his stocks more than a
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farmhand, new york stock exchange correspondent lori rothman. out of the country, into the big city. comedian ross bennett. kids in middle school called him matt belt. matt welch. and he looks like a guy that knows a guy that can get you what you're looking for, sitting right next to me, comedian jimmy failla. let's start the show. ♪ >> tom: donald trump held his first press conference as president-elect, and know all the mainstream media's doubts about him have been put to rest. he was very calm him entry of the journalists in the room. >> i just want to complement many of the people in the room, i have great respect for the news and great respect for freedom of the press and all of that. but i will tell you, there were some news organizations with all that was just said that were so
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professional, so incredibly professional, that i've just gone up a notch as to what i think of you, okay? >> tom: not every news organization, however, has earned his respect. >> is far as buzz buzz feet, ws a failing pile of garbage, -- >> tom: buzzfeed published that russia had obtained personal and financial information on trauma. >> it's all fake news, it's a phony stuff. it didn't happen. >> tom: it that's it, lori, fake news? phony stuff, didn't happen? what do you think? >> what do you think about his response or whether this stuff is actually real? buzzfeed should definitely stick
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to the quizzes. i thought it was absolutely ludicrous for them to put this out and say i'm up cyst and she did, we kept qualifying it, we haven't verified it but hey, this is pretty salacious, so let's just go with it. in terms of how trump handled it, i thought he was pretty straightforward about how he felt about it. straight up. >> tom: it was about him, he knows he wasn't involved in this stuff, he knows there's untrue stuff in there, he might as will go for it and say there are piles of garbage, right? >> i think he totally debunked this russian dossier thing, i'm almost using the word eloquent, is that kind of shocking? in separating and saying yes, i think the russians are behind that hacking in the dnc wasn't properly protected when it comes to this russian dossier about my dealings with russia and this comprising information on him, i'm paraphrasing obviously, i think he totally pushed it aside, i think the meeting moved on tomorrow. >> tom: jimmy, is buzzfeed a
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failing pile of garbage? >> i was busy finding out which of the russian teen i would be. this big railcar on the left about how offensive, even if it's true and trump paid money to watch a urination show, it's not the most sexually deviant thing a president has done. it's close, but no cigar. we have a president have with a girl with a cigar. buzzfeed is garbage and it is or what they've got. thank god, we elected him. can you imagine four years of hillary plus conferences russian mark one reporter asks a question, they all have to chip in to pay her speaking fee before she answers? >> tom: trump also addressed one of the more sensational claims in the unverified document that buzzfeed published. >> does anyone really believe
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that story? i'm also very much of a german folk, by the way. believe me. >> tom: does speed 29 dispel what he said? >> there were some credible discussions today about how is sterile. this goes to jimmy's point about how this is actually fun, the phrase pile of garbage is it something we haven't been trained to expect a presidential candidate -- i should point out in fairness to cnn, who was called fake news, what trump was trying to do was to throw the buzz feed act on to cnn. they reported that they briefed
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trump. we want is to be true, i want them to be defending this for the next four years because it's really funny, but someone who is a germ of all business going to say is sterile, i'm good, bring the showers. >> could you hold anything against him anyway? what could you hold over his head? he's got the access hollywood tape, i don't think anything would shock anybody, right? >> he's going to admit to anything. he has no problem with anything that's been said about him, whatsoever, and as a germ of fault, i'm a germ of a by self, i can't even check into a hotel without burning my clothes the next day. so i can completely relate to what he's saying. >> tom: you trust the sheets they put on the bed? >> i bring my own.
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>> tom: during the press conference, president-elect also called out to cnn for reporting that intelligence officials told trump that russia attempted to come from ice him, that led to this exchange between trump and eight cnn anchor. >> since you're attacking us, can you give us a question? since your attacking our news organization? >> not you, not you. >> can you give us a chance to ask a question, sir? can you say categorically -- >> don't be rude. >> can you give us a question? can you state categorically -- >> you are fake news. >> that finger-pointing drives me nuts. in this case, he's once again a character of himself, the screaming back and forth. the finger-pointing.
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>> tom: at eight press conference, you point fingers. >> heated summing that no president has ever done, president have done this before, but they never gone "no." they've never dismissed somebody, it's beautiful. it's beautiful. >> tom: this is cnn, is it cnn fake news? >> advocates fake news, i do think they have an interesting take on the news. they kind of do to news what oliver stone did with the kate jfk assassination, gives you a lot of different options. >> tom: they can put that on their flyer. >> i'm always suspicious of a new service when a reporter says "okay, how about this." >> tom: matt, i like this back and forth, to me it's part of the trump honesty. he's yelling at the press, he doesn't like the press. >> he doesn't, he's chosen them
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and he has for a long time as his chief antagonist, and he's bating them. if they all tomorrow, and they're going to, sit and say "we have to recognize that we are at war here, we need to dig our trenches deeper, that's just going to cement his popularity." it's a real tough thing for journalists to do to not take the bait if they want to do a good work, but also do work that convinces people who didn't already agree with them to begin with. >> trump sealed the deal and came out off the top and said he respects freedom of the press. >> normally i really like the first amendment, but. that's a little bit, people in the inner circle who are trying to sue people out of business, sometimes over things that make sense, over things atomic any sense at all. it is genuinely troubling for people who are defending freedom of the press right now to be grappling with these people, but
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they're also going to be hyperventilating every step of the way, including at that exchange which is just as you put it, and honest way of what always happens which presidents freeze out the people who are being jerks. >> tom: a freeze them out but they do it in a polite way. during the presser, trump conceded that russia probably hacked into the dnc. >> as far as hacking, i think it was russia, but i think we also get hacked by other countries and other people. >> tom: trump added "hacking is bad, but look what we learned." >> member this, we tackle at the hacking, hacking is bad, and it shouldn't be done, but look at the things that we are hacked, look at what was learned from the hacking. that hillary clinton got the questions to the debate and didn't report it, that's a horrible thing. that's a horrible thing, can you imagine that if donald trump got the questions to the debate, it would have been the biggest story in the history of stories.
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and they would have said immediately, you have to get out of the race, nobody even talked about it. it's a very terrible thing. >> tom: trump was then asked if he would undo what president obama had done to punish russia? >> well, if putin likes donald trump, i consider that an asset, not a liability. we have a horrible relationship with russia, russia can help us fight ices, which by the way is number one tricky. if you look, this administration created that by leaving at the wrong time the void was created, isis was formed, if prudent likes donald trump, that's called an asset, not a liability. i do know that i'm going to get along with vladimir putin, i hope i do. there's a good chance i won't. and if i don't, do you honestly believe that hillary would be tougher on putin than me? >> tom: to do on believe that, jimmy?
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>> pour hillary must have wanted a drink watching this press conference but he couldn't find her server. see what i did there? i love these press conferences, a typical presidential press conference is like watching the harvard debate squad, it's like bomb fights. in the street throwing random shots, i enjoy it. i think it's going to go on people, he's an nfl wide receiver, we talk about himself and the third person all the time, that's what he's doin doing. >> tom: there was a guy in boardwalk empire who spoke of himself in the first person. >> i don't watch television, i'm a monk. >> to answer your question like jimmy here, it's ridiculous to imagine that hillary clinton wouldn't it be tougher on vladimir putin, that's one of the endearing and it just bizarre things about donald trump is that he just as any old crazy that comes to his mind. of course vladimir putin wanted donald trump to win instead of hilary conti, of course.
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>> tom: why of course? >> hillary clinton is much more of a foreign policy interventionist, hillary clinton got involved with russia's messing around with the ukraine elections in russia, after the reset, which was a disaster and didn't work. total disaster. >> tom: would she be tougher on him? he said it tougher. >> how may times as he have to flub latimer puke and vladimirc before people don't think he's going to be tough on him. he's been offered plenty of opportunities for it, of course putin wants trump, people wants people like him, national supporting. it's a well-established pattern, of course he prefers trump over hillary. she went about 40 minutes into the press conference, there was a brief intermission.
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♪ >> tom: when they were done, trump talked about a recent business opportunity. >> over the weekend, i was offered $2 billion to do a deal in dubai with a very, very, very amazing man, a great, great developer from the middle east. a friend of mine, great guy. >> tom: anyway, he took the $2 billion. i'm kidding. i turned it down. i didn't have to turn it down, because as you know, i have a "no" conflict situation because i'm president, i didn't know about that until about three months ago, but it's a nice thing to have. i don't want to take advantage of something. i have something that others don't have. >> tom: lori. you were watching this as the
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markets work, tell me what happened with the markets. >> he wasn't just taking the markets around, i was joking with colleagues that we needed dramamine for the markets. he started trashing drug companies and defense contractors. the market just bottomed out. and then he starts talking about this dubai deal, there was another thing he said about big news, a factory opening in the midwest, and then the market swung up again. when all was said and done, the market closed about a hundred points up. the market has been as you know, on a tear since the election. but he has to be very careful, don't make a joke about this, jimmy, of raining on his own parade. because the market is really sensitive, to every little thing he says. >> tom: is that trump or do you and your business friends need to stop being such a nervous nelly's?
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>> it's not me, it's trump, there's nothing else going on for traders to key in on, it's really just what he's saying, what he's going to do with infrastructure, spending incorporate tax policy, and then he says toyota, you can't build factories overseas. picking on the carmakers last week. this week, today on defense contractors. >> tom: so far, it's been working with the market. >> overall, yes. he'll take three giant step forward and then one big steps backward. everybody is very critical about this big milestone, but it's an important point of accomplishment to get to doubt 20,000. we have not seen that. we came within one point. it's because of these concerns out there, trump, russia, these specific instances with the
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trade policy. >> tom: so, what were those papers on the table next to trump? trump explained at the end of his press conference. >> these papers are all just a piece of the many, many companies that are being put into trust to be run by my two sons, and i hope at the end of eight years i'll come back and i'll say oh, you did a good job. if they do a bad job, i'll say "you're fired." good-bye everybody. >> tom: that was a good closer, wasn't it? >> they cut it off, he said thank you, good night, i'll be here all week. >> tom: do you think the trump kids will be good stewards of the company quest or mark >> i always want the interesting choice, i'd rather it all be turned over to baron trump. i'd like to see $6 billion it basically put into video games and kicking back. >> tom: baron deserves to do some of the company, right?
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>> that's what i thought he was staying in new york for. are they staying until he finishes fifth graders and thing like that? >> on the wrong guy to talk to about this. a >> tom: you're the right guy. >> because i really did, i loved everything about this, i love that the binders didn't open up, it was the briefcase in pulp fiction. they built up so much intrigue, at the end of the press conference, more people wanted to eat those binders and they did when he had the trump steaks on the table that day. i like it. >> tom: i thought it was the soul. >> they never quite articulate what it was. >> tom: that's my theory. coming up, your princesses in another castle, but is that where she belongs? "super mario" gets called sexist after the break. ♪
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♪ good morning, live from "america's news headquarters" ,i am jackie ibanez in new york. new two elements this morning. last night, the director of national intelligence james clapper revealed that he has spoken with mr. trump. the president-elect does not believe that u.s. intelligence agencies are behind the leak. they include unconfirmed report reports. rational has compiled information about mr. trump's financial and personal life. mr. klapper has not confirmed that the validity of this report, which trump confirms our faith. the first hurdle towards dismantling president obama's health care law. the house is slated to vote on the measure on friday. some have expressed misgivings
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about setting the repeal in motion without a replacement plan. rubio is not happy with the handling of trump's pick. he is not happy that he will not confirm that saudi arabia and the philippines are human rights violators. mexico will not pay for a wall along the u.s.-mexico border, he says his basic principles are "not negotiable." the probe is exacted to conclude that the department's repetition for reality is well deserved, having violated the constitutional right of residence there for years. i am jackie ibanez, now back to "red eye." for all your head lines, log onto fox news.com. you're watching the most
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powerful name in news, fox news channel. good morning. ♪ >> tom: the bro's have finally come to the iphone. it shot to the top of the apple store. "the new york times" has a problem with mario's not so super at gender politics. in an op-ed piece, "the game is ripe with retrograde gender stereotypes, elements that were perhaps expected in 1985 when the first super mario brothers was released in the united states, but today are just embarrassing" ." yeah, way back in the 80s before equality was invented. other problems he sees with the game, it starts with princess peach becoming a hostage who must be rescued by mario, very sexist. and princess peach also bakes a cake for mario and gives him a kiss when rescued.
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donald trump he says he won't ls 6-year-old daughter played a game. wished nintendo would follow the lead of disney. are we putting too much pressure on young women to always have a powerful competent role models and be kick? sometimes they just want to be rescued by a pudgy italian plumber, or by this dude. ♪ lori, you looked bored during that period of that guy was shredding. >> i was very impressed. >> tom: you were looking around. >> i was trying to figure out if it was a recent clip or some and that you pulled from way back when. >> tom: is a couple of years old, the whole reason i did the
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monologue was so i could show that guy. he >> he deftly has talent. >> tom: i think women are under too much pressure to always be, they can't be vulnerable at all. >> i think you are sadly mistaken if you think your kid is going to get any life lesson or any clue as to gender equality from playing a video game. >> tom: maybe they shouldn't let their 6-year-old play the video games regardless. am i right? >> do you see gender in that level of animation? it's like seeing gender in pokemon, the shapes are all wrong. >> i don't know what was females, honestly, i knew he was rescuing something. >> i didn't really ever understand that he was a plumbe plumber. just these a squat little bad at drawings from a different era, i don't understand. >> tom: maybe it's not important, ross, but if this guy was offended by this, he should have seen the beta type come
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through. >> i think she was pole dancing in that one. >> tom: it's terrible. what do you think, this game took off, i don't like anybody cares about this stuff, should "the new york times" you worrying about other stuff? >> whoever wrote this article is an oxygen thief. it's a video game, we have to stop training kids to get offended, the only way your daughter is upset by the casting in a video game is if you have trained her to seek out a fence. the game is called "super mario brothers." it was a reboot because people are popular in the 80s, they were five of the casting, i think the wildlife association should be upset about the 4 million turtles like you killed on level one alone. the women do much better than the turtles in the super mario brothers, let alone the mushroom crop. >> tom: they kill turtles? >> here's the thing, they have a lot of female video games like ms. pac-man, >> tom: she's a feminist, isn't she? >> nobody made a big deal because we came out with ms. pac-man, we were looking at
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it as a video game, we weren't placing that much stock in this. i find it to be stupid, should we have a female donkey kong where she throws the barrels at you and tells you why after for an hour and a half? >> you know "the new york times" did in that article that drew drove me crazy, they chastise them for having direct not having more life lessons in the game. there is a video game. >> tom: learning social lessons is a thing in video games now. >> there's a big problem, you have a kid, you know that they can just zero in on these screams and they become isolated and addicted. >> tom: that's what you get them addicted to the phone, so you have those 28 minutes. >> if you could put a little bit of messaging -- you're the worst. a little bit of messaging, this is how you interact and engage with real people, maybe there's a little but of good done. >> if we are depending on video games to teach our kids right and wrong, we failed. >> totally. i'm just trying to understand
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where "the new york times" is coming from. >> tom: coming up, andy levy is back with cap time. but, kennedy. >> hey, on the next kennedy, the plot thickens on a trumpet and the alleged russian connection,. [vo] quickbooks introduces rodney.
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♪ >> welcome back everybody, time to find out what we got wrong and what we miss, tvs andy levy over on the "red eye" news desk. >> lori, you thought it was ludicrous for buzzfeed it to put out that russian a dossier. may i make a counter argument? the problem in my opinion isn't that buzzfeed published his dossier, they made it clear that it was full of unverified stuff, there was something in there they knew to be an error. the problem is i think in today's world and nobody reads disclaimers and know what he cares about them. i've lost track of how may times on this show i had to explain that no, hilary does not have a server in her bathroom. that information gets out and they think it's the case. i think they were okay with publishing this because this document was being circulated at the highest levels of governmen government. it was being used as evidence of russia's ties to trump and trump's to russia.
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if this is going to be used as evidence in the court of public opinion, let the people see what's in there. >> good point, i guess i'm old-school in that i actually look for attributions and sources, i obviously am one of the people who, the very small percentage of people who kind of still do that. >> so you are saying i've changed your mind? >> i see your point, -- >> moving on. >> even if "the new york times" had put it out there, why didn't "the new york times," "washington post," new york post, put it out. the last time i read it buzzfeed was to do the quiz to see which harry potter house i would be sorted into. >> that's a silly attack on buzzfeed, they do a lot of politics and culture stuff in addition. >> i think there's a pet newsletter, too. >> there's also -- okay. whatever. phil, you said that there is a
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lot of outrage on the left about the jokes. >> even if it did, i'm sure most people like that about him. it >> i'm not so sure. >> know what he wants to admit that it helped him, a lot of guys were like he's one of us, he's a mess. think of it this way, if hillary had got caught saying i grab them by that package, she would have won in a landslide. bill would have voted for her. >> bill wouldn't have believed her. >> can we put this up, not long after the pressure, buzzfeed started selling pile of garbage t-shirts and bumper stickers with proceeds going to the committee to protect a
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journalist. figure i think at first they were in the people were calling them out on that. i thing that's happened. it was a one-day thing though, so by the time it airs it's gone. too late, sorry matt. matt, you also pointed out how trump conflated cnn and buzzfee buzzfeed. this, though, this is why buzzfeed putting this dossier out, it's good for trump. i think now any time someone brings up top and russia, all we have to do is point to that report and say "you see how stupid all this nonsense is?" he can say fake news is a great term it took less than three weeks for it to completely buy to both of the journalistic establishments on the left on rear end. partly because they abused him from the beginning. by linking the daily color, fake news, say what you want about tucker carlson's brainchild here, and it's a news outlet. >> we say nothing but good things about tucker carlson's brain children. >> i said to say what you want, it's an open invitation. >> the cnn stuff, ross, you said cnn does to news what oliver stone it did to the jfk
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assassination. i don't think you were, i hope you're not besmirching one of the greatest journalists of all time. >> that's exact what i'm doing. you have to understand, with a single shooter, peter jennings said, back off. >> i know there's nothing in oliver stone-jfk that's true, it still one of the greatest films of all time. >> it some of the greatest editing of all time. >> when you have seven conspiracy theories, any one of which is a fake, you put them altogether, the truth is you're right, it is one of the best films of all time. >> all i wanted to hear. matt, you said that trump is baiting cnn. we here at fox news what it's like for a president to do that. >> so true. >> trump says he things it was russia that hacked the dnc. tom, do you now think it's was russia that hacked the dnc?
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>> could be russia, could beat china. >> also, what is number one it tricky? >> tom: that's the t-shirt i want to sell. >> who wrote the scouting report on isis that tricky was the number one thing. >> i don't know. this stuff about trumps businesses, is it even arguable that trump trump should put als business businesses into a blind trust question work >> is an arguable? i think so. >> isn't it weird to just give it to your kids? >> i actually thought, okay, listen, they're all going to sit back, there's no way they're not going to discuss this. i don't think there's a perfect solution. >> blind trust is pretty good. >> tom: that lawyer mentioned you can't put things like trump tower trump tower in a blind trust. >> why not question xp when i don't know, she said you can't. >> is going to put them in a blind trust, someone has to manage them and run them >>
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andy: yeah, the person managing and running the blind trust. >> yeah, it's just too vast. i think his empire is too vast, although he's bringing the ethics advisor in. that's interesting, maybe that's kind of their version. >> andy: i never trust and ethics advisor you name yourself. >> what else was he going to do quest a mark he didn't really have a role for them, right? >> andy: let's get to super mario, lori, you said you're sadly mistaken if you think your kid is going to learn gender equality from a video game. true, i complete agree with you. she's completely correct that video games have gender issues. you're not going to learn anything about them. i don't fully agree with them, i think not letting your kid play the game is kind of stupid, but he's not wrong about the deal games gender issues, you named ms. pac-man and zelda as female heroes. >> tomb raider, i could go on for days, i don't have the pot habit you do. >> andy: i did have a pot
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habit, which is probably how i know that the hero of the zelda games is a dude named link and zelda is the princess. >> i stand corrected. >> andy: i am done. >> tom: thank you, andy. coming up, science says conservatives are better looking than liberals, here's proof. hambone! sally! 22! hut hut! tiki barber running a barber shop? yes!!! surprising. yes!!! what's not surprising? how much money david saved by switching to geico.
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♪ >> good morning come and live from "america's news headquarters," i'm jackie ibanez in new york. volkswagen agrees to pay the largest find ever paid by an automaker in u.s. history to settle its case with the justice department. vw had previously admitted to cheating on admissions tests and destroying evidence. six executives, and employees also fake charges in an elaborate cover-up scheme. attorney general loretta lynch laid out the cost to bw. >> the agreement also requires volkswagen to pay $4.3 billion in criminal and civil penalties. one of the largest clean air penalties ever achieved, and also requires them to take specific measures to prevent future violations. these sanctions are in addition to the more than $15 billion in
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settlements with vw that we've e previously announced. >> the justice department also reaching a consent agree with the city of baltimore that requires the city to reform its police department. the decree will mean broad changes in police department quality policies, the justice department launched a formal investigation into thousand 15 after the death of a young black man in police custody and subsequent writing. convicted murderer dylann roof gets the death penalty. more than 30 family members of his victims spoke during the sentencing, and about racist roof chose not to speak in court and chose not to acknowledge the family members. look at the boats and firetrucks to rescue people and floodwaters in california. storms are now moving out of the region, but rescue workers are keeping an eye on the rushing river in panola county.
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i am jackie ibanez, now back to "red eye," for all of your head headlines log onto fox news.com. musical ♪ >> tom: new research reveals that conservative politicians are more attractive. a new survey asked people to rate the candidates, the results showed that there is a beauty advantage for people on the right, researchers had a couple of theories as to why, one, good-looking people tend to learn more money and generally end up more conservative, and they are treated better which would make them think the world is better as it is which would steer them away from left-wing politics, i wasn't sure if this study got it right so let's look at two totally random examples. i guess the study is right.
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jimmy, what do you think? what do you think about the theories that they published, the idea that they have more money, they are happier because people treat them better? >> that's accurate, there is no greater, people that talk about privilege and society, hot girl privilege is the most entitled thing on earth. there's nothing to compare it to in terms of people who can do things and open doors easier, it is predicated on looks, but conservative politicians are actively better looking, how do they explain chris christie? >> he has a handsome face. >> i have a great theory on how he would look better, he does wear his pants lower. people try to -- >> tom: he wears it up high. i don't know where to put my belt, that's all it is. lori, it makes sense, conservatives are better looking? >> i believe that beauty is not only skin deep and this is just
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a bunch of baloney. >> tom: were saying just by look, were not looking inside. >> i think these kinds of things, it just kind of adds to the, it makes it okay to be superficial and shallow and materialistic. >> tom: easy for a gorgeous woman to say. i don't know hi went to you after that. i'm going to let you chime in here, ross. >> why is it that all of hollywood is basically liberal is so attractive? >> you ruined everything. >> i found the flock to their logic. >> tom: they said politicians, ross. >> basic conservatives. >> tom: they were looking at politicians. i know you have a theory and you're going to blow this all apart. >> my seat theory is that every single study that tries to compare liberals and democrats is a stupid study and it's a designed to demonstrate that there should be less social
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sciences and not more. because it's dumb, obviously libertarians are the best looking, they rock back and forth and look at the wall a lot. >> tom: there is a look to libertarians, just basing on the ones that come through on this show. you're kind of the model that were looking for. your the zenith of the libertarians. >> you look like dave smith right now with your terrible stubble, right? maybe you're getting more libertarian now. it >> tom: i feel more liberty when i'm unshaven. coming up, the latest and greatest current trend, bread facing. the latest episode of the "red eye" podcast is available, to subscribe on itunes and on foxradio.com
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♪ >> tom: coming up tomorrow on the next "red eye" ." ♪ sometimes, internet fads confuse me, other times they really
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speak to me. this video is the latter. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> tom: the anonymous woman's instagram account, breadfaceblog has many followers, me included. they tune in to watch her roll her face in bread and music.
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♪ matt, you waited until now to watch these videos, you held off on us. >> can i say that i am aroused on television? the icing on the doughnut, i was starting to think that maybe she was weird. >> tom: i wanted to show the diversity of fred products. >> i get it, i really do. those of us who watch our carbohydrate intake to maintain good health, the smell of fresh bread. so alluring. >> tom: so you would watch this for the carbs? that's so interesting.
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>> i would take a loaf of wonder white bread over any kind of candy or junk food ever. >> tom: the bread, okay. it's bright and face, it's not just about the bread. >> it's new year's and i'm trying to give up bread and asian women. i'm trying to hold a family together. >> this just proves one more time that the atkins diet can just be taken so far, and then you snap. >> right, exactly. >> this poor woman, eventually you snap. >> tom: that's interesting, i thought she was providing a service, but you're saying she really has a -- sheets the product after she's done making the video, she says. >> good thing it's not going to waste. >> i just wish it was coleslaw.
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that would be great, you know? >> you just came gave someone n idea. >> tom: lori rothman, ross bennett, matt welch, and jimmy failla. i'm tom shillue. r miss an episof
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"the five" ." >> bret: president-elect donald trump defiantly denies news reports that the russians have embarrassing information about him in a fiery press conference filled news. this is "special report" ." ♪ good evening. i am bret baier. this is a two hour special edition of "special report." we are coming to live from daytona beach, florida. we are on the campus of embry riddle aeronautical university, the first stop of special report on the road this week. will explain more about this beautiful place later. we begin tonight with the long-awaited first news conference from president-

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