guess who is outside of philadelphia? protesters, and a lot of angry socialists. here you go. the city of brotherly love. not today. someone's not feeling it. >> eric: i'm -- greg gutfeld. "the five" ." donald trump is moving ahead with so many executive orders it's making protesters heads explode like spoiled melons. what is freaking them out? the moratorium meant to figure out how to ferret out the fanatics from the friendly's? enhanced border security? the removal of criminal aliens? the ending of sanctuary cities, more i.c.e. and border agents or giving more aid to crime victims? how are those in positions on our citizens?
they aren't. gang crime in sanctuary cities is an imposition. muslim terrorists in infiltrating countries to butcher innocence, i would call that an imposition. do those bother the protesters? they claim to support women and gays, but are they protesting when they are killed in muslim countries? who victimizes muslims most? muslim countries. the muslim group claims muslims are being targeted here. don't they conflate the terrorists with the peaceful muslims? now they target donald trump, who identifies the evil by name, rather than targeting the evil itself. the protest mottos are resist and desist. the target is trump, not the target? enforced clothing on women, the death penalty for adultery, beating women for driving, female circumcision, honor killings. i guess coming out against
actual evil takes guts. i want to go to this. it's a hannity exclusive. it's a clip of donald trump talking about radical islam. >> we have evil that lurks around the corner without the uniforms. ours is harder because the people were going against, they don't wear uniforms. they are sneaky, dirty rats and they blow people up in a shopping center and they blow people up in a church. these are bad people. we are fighting sneaky rats right now that are sick and demented, and were going to win. >> greg: dana. contrast that language, sneaky rats, dirty rats. compare that to the previous person in that office. you've got to admit. >> dana: it's so refreshing. and it's also like yeah, i
agree. it can get you on the team. he used another word that hadn't been used in the last several years, and that's evil. when you see the world between good and evil, it makes it easier to defend yourself and make important decisions. >> i don't find it -- the order he's given out is not going to do a single thing to stop terrorism. a conservative magazine wrote something like 85 terrorist actions in the united states, a vast number of them were from people within the united states. one was from one of the countries he listed. in the end, they've already got very strong enforcement before you can get in here. sounds like james cagney. >> greg: you can say if it's
not that big of a deal, while the war? if it's a singular, basic, it's a small deal, why the protesters going crazy? >> eric: every single executive action, they are protesting. the motorcade will go from this event to that event and they follow him. it's a big deal for us on the right because they have promised to infiltrate the refugee program, asus. president trump, what he wants to do, wants the entire refugee program, put a moratorium on it to figure out the vetting procedures. and then in 2017, he wants to cut back the program from 120,000 refugees total, in half, and then he will deal with people coming from muslim countries. i found it interesting today, teresa theresa may, british prime minister, used the same terminology president trump used. she wasn't afraid to call
radical islamists terrorist. she went there. president trump does it. i agree with dana. it's refreshing that we can finally call them what they are. 55,000 refugees total. >> dana: he speaks the way people can understand. he's not been trained to speak out of both sides of his mouth. he is speaking directly to the american people. there is no confusion or obfuscation when you talk about dirty rats and evil. people understand that. we got the message that he is saying he's going to do something about this. i like it. he's not afraid to use words. bob, to answer your question, we had an administration for eight years that was frightened of semantics, cowering with a blanket in the corner because they didn't want to collect radical islamist terrorism. that's part of the problem if you can't even identified or name it because you're too worried people might think something or you might offend jihadists. you might offend isis. we want to do far more than offend them. >> bob: you are talking public
enemy number one. >> greg: you protested. wouldn't you back those protesters if they understood the existential threat, like if they also protested? >> bob: this is going to remake the careers of a a lot of retired actors and actresses who have nothing else to do. it's a good industry to be in. i went up to the apple store, which moved, and i ran across all these cops and protesters doing something. i couldn't figure out what it was. i don't think it's doing much m, much, frankly. >> eric: so you are on board with trump on this initiative? >> bob: no. listen, you can't keep coming out on these things. >> dana: you just did. public enemy number one of care.
>> greg: can i jump ahead? the press conference. they can't even spell the word care right. that's a joke. let's relate. >> whatever language you and president trump's executive order on refugees, immigration, visa programs. we believe they are the sole targets of these orders. islamaphobic and un-american policy proposals. >> greg: you know it bugs me? everything. they call these proposals islamaphobic. if you target, islamic rattle radicalism, they say you are hurting muslims pray they are conflating terrorists with the average muslim. >> eric: you can't really go after muslims. you can go after countries of origin which happened to be predominately muslim countries. that's what you have to do.
care, we are waiting. the moderate muslims that are against all this need to be a lot more vocal and just defending islamaphobia or calling out islamaphobia should be the only thing that cair should be doing. they should be encouraging moderate muslims to turn over information on plots, terror. >> bob: amazing that cair only has press conferences when they want to attack us on something like this, terrorist attacks, they don't see anything. >> dana: what are they? they are not helping in any regard. >> greg: i have another great sound on tape of donald trump. this was with david new york. he has a really nice hair. let's watch. >> are you concerned it's going to cause more anger among muslims around the world? >> anger? there's plenty of anger right now. how can you have more. the world is a mess. at the world is as angry as it gets. do you think this is going to
cause a little more anger? the world is an angry place. all of this has happened. we went into iraq. we shouldn't have gone into ira iraq. we shouldn't have god gone outf the womb we got out. the world is a total mess. the world is a mess, david. >> greg: he sounds like joe pesci from goodfellas. what do you think? 's >> dana: it's assumed the united states government is going to be targeting people based on their religion rather than the region. i agree there are problems and holes with for example the visa waiver program. it's a good program. makes it easy to travel from the uk to the united states, meaning that your visa requirements are waived because we know where you are coming from paired what we also know is that that's the pipeline for terrorism.
a lot of them had traveled to syria. the word moratorium is good because if something happens on united states soil, he's going to be responsible. he will be held responsible. i think 120 days for them to get themselves comfortable with the program that is in place for vetting and reasonable that we can be vigilant and compassionate of the same time. >> kimberly: i think he is speaking on message and talking about what he believes the world is like today, and i think there's a lot of good facts to support his theory. his theories are backed off when you see that syria is essentially a failed state. we've seen an administration that is bent over backwards as it relates to iran, that has not put america first in terms of our foreign policy and diplomacy. we would not be in this position. the failed redline in syria, relations with israel not good.
relations with russia not good. in this power vacuum you've seen terror moving. he's going to correct the course and it sounds like, right away. >> bret: from his mouth. >> kimberly: look what he's doing. >> about the press and dannon came out today and said the press were the emory enemy -- and to shut up. trump got great press in russia. every major newspaper has a positive story. they ran it in "the huffington post" ." >> eric: must be true. >> bob: unlike the trump white house, they had real pictures. >> greg: we have more trump to come. more on the backlash against the
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♪ >> eric: breaking this morning morning, mexican president henrique payne young a joke came out swinging , >> i am saddened with the decision to continue with the construction of a wall. mexico does not believe in walls. i've said time and time again mexico will not pay for any wal wall. >> eric: you cancel a meeting with the new president? mr. trump followed up this afternoon with this. >> the president of mexico and myself have agreed to cancel our planned meeting scheduled for next week. unless mexico is going to trade the united states fairly with
respect such a meeting would be fruitless and i want to go a different route. >> eric: note to mexico, do you want to take off your biggest customer? 80% of your exports across the border into the u.s., your biggest customer. $270 billion worth per year. mr. pena nieto, are you sure you don't want to pay for the wall? bob, sean spicer this afternoon had the idea of the 20% border tax, floated the idea. we buy $270 billion was worth of mexican goods. $54 billion per year versus a $10 billion border wall. >> bob: karl rove just said exactly the right thing. when you have these kind of tariffs, the price of goods.
if the american people have to pay that. congress said, fiscal conservatives last year said were going to appropriate 12 billion to $15 billion in new money to get this wall started. it's not going to go anywhere. >> eric: the theory being you threaten the border tax and they realize, mexican realize it's far cheaper to work with the new president. >> kimberly: this was not a secret. he's been saying it. it's been chance event rallies and campaign events across the country. he's never once wavered on it, so they knew this was going to happen. now you're canceling it because weight. we are still talking about the wall. of course he's talking about it. it was one of the things he specified he was going to do to improve our security, firm up the border. i think it's going to be a little bit of bit of this back-and-forth but nevertheless, you know, the president have an obligation and a message where
he said is going to protect the country and keep us safe, and this is one of the principal tenets of it. got to get it done. >> eric: the optics of the mexican president canceling the meeting. >> dana: i think based on things i've heard that the mexicans had what they thought was an understanding with the new administration that the president, president trump, would not reference who would pay for the wall. they would come for the meeting, the wall would be discussed or he could talk about the wall. they had been given assurances they wouldn't talk about mexico paying for it and then the mexican government officials who are here yesterday felt like they had been denied that truth, trying to be delicate. he is super unpopular in mexico. he has a 12% approval rating, not because of the wall. because of a lot of things. economic reforms that have not taken place. scandals involving his wife, they didn't take it seriously
for lots of things happening in mexico, including a deteriorating security situation i think this is a popular decision for him over there. we don't have an ambassador you have to mexico. i do think they are good neighbor in terms of the cooperation that we get, especially on security. i'm hoping that cooler heads prevailed and they can have a meeting. >> eric: can i do this? >> greg: i hate this 20%. >> dana: they already said it's not happening. >> eric: they backed it off to 5%. the numbers are insanely high. >> greg: what you are doing is passing the cost of the border wall to the poor if you are buying cheaper fruit from mexico or corona beer. that will hurt college students on spring break. if you live in the suburbs, which i did most of my life, this is what neighbors fight
over. the fence, the wall. on two occasions on my mom's house, i remember the neighbors wanting to put up a fence, and you had to figure out who was going to pay for it. without damaging that relationship with somebody you see every day. what do you end up doing, you split it. >> kimberly: sometimes they don't pay, so leo act. this happened to me. put it up. >> bob: the president said they jointly agreed if they weren't going to have a meeting. wasn't it the president of mexico who said they weren't going to have a meeting? >> eric: i think it is highly disrespectful for the president of mexico. i think pena nieto owes the american people and president trump on apology. >> kimberly: for what? >> eric: he backed out of a meeting. you have a dispute, go handle it. say that we didn't come to an agreement on things but to back
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independence and laid out their joint agenda. >> our legislative work starts with repealing and replacing obamacare and saving families from the catastrophic rise in premiums and debilitating loss of choice and just about everything else prayed we will also pursue financial reform that will help striving americans get the credit they need to realize their dreams. to be a rich country, we must also be a safe country. that's why we will continue to stand with the incredible men and women of law enforcement. >> kimberly: another central theme that was popular during the campaign, make america safe again, focus on law enforcement, military rebuilding, communities. >> greg: he's not a normal president. by any means.
i finally realized that it's coming to him he's treating it like any other job, meaning he wakes up and puts on the uniform, suit and tie, shows up. seems kind of agitated and irritated when he's not working. i don't think presidents are supposed to work this hard. i haven't seen anybody -- somebody do so much. he's like a giant fire hose spraying out news and we are like dogs. lapping it up. i think we are eating all the halloween candy at once. we could get really sick. >> kimberly: wouldn't be the first time that's happened to you. dana, what do you think? reince priebus was on hannity saying i thought i worked hard and outpaced everybody. he is outpacing the rest of us. >> dana: they have a lot to do and a lot to promise. also announced today that next thursday he will announce to all of us who his supreme court choice is which i think is a week for those guys to be hanging out there getting beat up. that's great of a huge fight.
one of the things you see happening is that because trump says things that then causes the media than to ask all the other republicans, do you agree? what do you think? there is an assumption on the press's part that the republicans aren't able to spending time working on policy because they are chasing rabbits. i don't think that's true. according to people who were there today before the president arrived, they made significant repeal and replace, tax reform as well as some regulatory cuts in the upcoming budget. the democrats also basically let it be known today that they've made a decision that they are posture is going to be 100% work against donald trump at all costs, doesn't matter. i don't think that a sustainable but that's the posture they have. in the meantime, they're wasting valuable time where they could weigh in on policy. the policy train is not stalled at the station. it's already headed down the track. >> kimberly: era, what did you think of the comments today? >> eric: i think he is
summarizing where he's been so far. it's been busy week. his fourth day of working and he's got a dizzying array of initiatives. obamacare to law enforcement to scotus next week. one i'm really, really interested in and i'm hoping it doesn't get put on the back burner with all these other initiatives is the tax reform. we saw the dow hit 20,000 yesterday. there's a lot of optimism. companies are talking about keeping jobs here in america because of the lower corporate tax rate and i think positives are coming. i hope he gets to that sooner rather than later. my concern is, with the other things, obamacare repeal and replace issue, it's going to occupy a lot of brainpower. i hope he gets to the tax thing. >> kimberly: bob, something positive? >> bob: i think his hair cut is terrific. whoever did that, they should have done it during the campaign. the policy train is moving down the tracks. it's got no engine, no caboose,
and nothing in it that is worth a damn. how did it move? a lot of hot air. when trump says these things, repeal and replace, they don't have a clue. >> dana: that's not true. >> bob: they have seven different proposals. >> eric: they can put something up there. they said they want to work with democrats to put something that's acceptable. trump said he doesn't want to leave anyone on insured which is not necessarily what another republican president may have said. >> bob: i think it's a pipe dream. i wish it will work. >> eric: you like something trump is saying. we will get you there. >> kimberly: this train is moving. the march for life rally is being held tomorrow. pro-life activists will be
>> you are going to have a large crowd on friday too, mostly pro-life people. you're going to have a lot of people coming in the press doesn't cover them. >> dana: referring to the march for life tomorrow. mike pence will be there, the highest-ranking u.s. official to ever address the gathering in person. also speaking, kellyanne conway, consular to the president. >> i will be attending. we will have representation from the administration for this is a pro-life president. their voices are heard. they come out every year, and this year they are coming i think to celebrate the election of a pro-life president and all that that means for the sanctity of life. >> dana: this is a pretty big deal. in his inaugural address, president trump talked about the forgotten man. when it comes to this march, at
least for the last eight years, it's been the forgotten march grade as of tomorrow, you have the the highest-ranking elected official to ever address the march in mike pence, the vice president. >> kimberly: i think it's a powerful moment. i think it's going to be well received, and also when you think about it in terms of his constituency and the people that helped put him over the top, the evangelicals, people who are pro-life, this is a powerful opportunity to take the dialogue and focus it in a very positive direction, because we've heard so much with planned parenthood and pro-choice and now with the supreme court justice pick coming up. we are going to hear that pretty soon from the president. it's all coming together. >> dana: democrats on the left are already coming forward with the republicans war on women, here it comes. greg, we've seen it before. here's a poll done by the knights of columbus. this is women that they have pulled on abortion, some abortion restrictions.
not all abortion restrictions prayed some limits supportive of that, 77%, which is the republican platform. probably more agreement than the left is willing to admit. >> greg: it's an issue the left doesn't like. this is a true, bona fide protest because they are protesting for people who can't, the unborn. they can't hold picket signs. last saturday, you saw a women's march for themselves pray they weren't even marching for women in saudi arabia or pakistan. they were marching for themselves in the west because they are upset about an election. this marches for the unborn, who cannot march. they cannot break windows at starbucks or banks. the sad thing is, no matter what planned parenthood says, abortion is never going to go away. so the only way to fight this moral evil is through expression and protest, which is true awareness. pro-choice people should not be fearful of this expression
unless somehow it's calling out a sense of moral truth that they seem to know they are denying, and that may be the issue. >> bob: that was stunningly good. did you write that last night? >> greg: i wrote it today. >> dana: what do you think the reaction will be from the left, bob? >> bob: policy with the democrats, they made the decision. supreme court is going to be very important and the republicans have a problem there because the republicans insisting that whoever the nominee is say they are pro-life, which is not going to happen. >> dana: they all have already said that. >> bob: talking about roe vs. wade. the first person they've got their sights on is the new nominee for secretary of education, devos. she is going to get beaten, i predict that easily. i think republicans --
>> dana: you think she won't get confirmed? >> bob: she won't get 50 votes. they are going to lose two or three republican women on that because she really is, i mean -- >> dana: i don't know. i might bet you dinner on that. >> bob: spreading the money around but not in the right places. >> eric: my thought is that vice president mike pence, i didn't know him when he was first tapped by donald trump, i've grown to really, really love this guy. he's an evangelical christian who never ran from his faith, put it front and center, and i respect him for that. >> kimberly: remembered the debates? he was so good. >> greg: who was he up against? that guy. nobody does. >> dana: we will see tomorrow. there was huge coverage of the crowd sizes for the inauguration in march of last saturday. tomorrow, thankfully for these
marchers, there is good weather for once. it's usually freezing. it >> bob: do you think the supreme court justices will say they are pro-life? >> dana: i am saying that those who are said to be in the mix, they had already publicly said that they were pro-life. they are on the record. what kimberly said. up next, a clip from sean hannity's cable exclusive with president trump that airs tonight. you are seeing it here first because we are lucky. the president on the contentious subject of waterboarding, that's next. man: i'll have the meat loaf. what about you? sorry, just getting a quote on motorcycle insurance from progressive. yeah? yeah, they have safe rider discounts, and with total loss coverage, i get a new bike if mine's totaled. but how's their customer service? great. 24/7. just like here. meat loaf! [dings bell] just like here.
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♪ >> bob: welcome back. torture was banned as an interrogation technique by president obama in 2009, but president trump may consider lifting the ban. the president addressed the subject of harsh interrogation techniques with sean hannity in an interview airing tonight. >> they said it wasn't torture. it was a step slightly below torture. torture is real torture.
waterboarding, i'm sure it's not pleasant but waterboarding was this short of torture. when all of a sudden they made it torture. here's the story. look, i spoke with people the other day who are in this world we are talking about. they said absolutely it works. absolutely. general mattis said he doesn't intend to use it, i'm with him all the way. do i believe it works? yes, i do. >> bob: all right, the g.o.p. leadership made their position clear today on torture overall. >> and torture is illegal. torture is not legal. we agree with that not being legal. >> bob: there you go. you have the president saying one thing and the leaders in the house and senate come republicans, saying another. it's just another thing to talk about, talk to sean about. it's a typical thing.
>> greg: you know why it's good? signaling this is a new age. he is not saying tomorrow we are going to water board. he is saying maybe will water board but it's telling the enemy we are not telling you were going to do anymore. we aren't taking things off the table. we are putting things on the table. let's say you work in law enforcement and you have a suspect in custody with information on a dirty bomb. in your mind is the threat of you going away for 25 years if you decide to do something to him to get the info. would you extract the information out of this person knowing you're going to go to jail? i think that's the question. pue mind of law enforcement. >> bob: depending on where the dirty bomb was. eric, let me ask you a question. is it not difficult for these house and senate leaders to have to stand up there and refute the president? >> eric: it is. you are 100% right. when you have a president who says what he says.
i agree with president trump. torture is illegal but how you define torture is what you need to drill down to. i guess for a while now, they've always defaulted to the army field manual, is the army field manual going to be changed or not defining torture? is waterboarding at eight torture or an enhanced interrogation technique? what about sleep deprivation, loud music. think about the other end of this, these terrorists that were sleep deprived or playing live music or waterboarding. they want to kill americans pray they want to destroy americans. they are putting people in cages and dropping cages and water. the question you have to ask yourself, do your real reevaluate the army field manual? >> bob: he doesn't water board come about my son and the loud music keeps me awake.
>> kimberly: i can relate to that kind of torture, bob. >> bob: are we going to make the announcement? let me ask you. you have the secretary of defense and you have the cia, new director of the cia, both being caught off guard by this as well. >> kimberly: what did he say? he said he's going to defer to them. he's going to live listen to mattis and pompeo. he gave his opinion. it's accurate. we've used it. it has spend successful. ask khalid sheikh mohammed. >> bob: they have a little bit of a message problem in terms of getting the people responsible, making laws or implementing policy. should it make sense for them to call them before they make a statement like that? >> kimberly: shouldn't he talk to them before he makes the statement? >> bob: yes, they are responsible for the policy. >> kimberly: he is the
president of the united states. he's going to set the tone and decide his personal opinion prayed he did specifically state he's going to follow their direction and their advice. i don't think there's anything wrong with it. it's quite clear. >> eric: to look at the army field manual, to reevaluate, change anything, i know the geneva convention recognizes it. is it a big deal to do that? is it impossible? >> dana: nothing is impossible but i think it would be really hard. i think what mattis and pompeo would say, it's not necessary. you have someone like senator john mccain, the committee, saying this is not happening. i think president trump explained what we've been trying to say over and over again about the definition of torture and what it is and what is legal and what worked. i thought he was really good on that and he said in a way that is so plain. is it more effective than other things? the other thing i think will be interesting to see if this administration starts to do, has
to do with the memo. maybe we should do this. do we go back to a policy where we are doing capture and interrogation in order to gather intelligence rather than just droning in order to deal with the problem that way. i think you will probably see that, and it will be better for the war on terror. >> kimberly: more americans and military have been waterboarding then we have done to anything else. it is part of their training. >> bob: they've been looking to open that thing up. 15 or 20 disaster issues. one more thing is up next. liberty mutual stood with me when i was too busy with the kids to get a repair estimate. i just snapped a photo and got an estimate in 24 hours. my insurance company definitely doesn't have that... you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you™ liberty mutual insurance with a crust made chfrom scratche
♪ >> bob: it is time for one more thing. eric bolling, please. >> eric: remember this slogan, if the economy, stupid? this is my point about us being the biggest customer to the rest of the world and why we have so much to bargain with with these trade agreements. do bilateral agreements. $2.3 trillion with of goods annually our trade imbalance, we buy more than we ship out. our biggest trading partners. china. we send them $300 billion more
than we take in. 9.2 million to canada. mexico come almost $60 billion. you are the biggest customer. you have a bargaining chip and you make bilateral agreements. this is where it's going. [laughter] >> kimberly: hanging on by a thread. >> greg: you just added five i.q. points. >> bob: just added a lawsuit. >> greg: it's time for a new thing. ryan gosling news. a lot of news. he's got a new wax figure at madame tussauds' in berlin. doesn't look like him. looks like a guy who would steal your car, not your heart. i don't understand the fascination with wax figures. why do people go to these places and get pictures taken? >> kimberly: you don't think that looks just like him? >> greg: not at all.
looks like emilio estevez. can you see that? it is supposed to be ronald reagan. looks like me after four bourbons. and i don't drink bourbon. >> kimberly: all puffy. is that what bourbon does? >> greg: i have no idea. >> dana: i'm excited to -- >> kimberly: the 30th anniversary of the best friend's foundation, an incredible group. elaine bennett is the executive director. it's a group that promotes self-respect, self-control. reject bullying, relationship violence and drug and alcohol abuse. you see some of the dancers prayed one of them as a young woman who was part of this group. rosalyn harris brady will know her because she works at busboys and poets in d.c.
she's the one that received a $450 tip on a 70 to $2 bill from a trump supporter. he's a dentist from texas. we may come from different cultures and disagree but if everyone would share their smile and kindness, our country will come together as one people. not race, not gender. just american. god bless. that's from jason white. she was super excited to receive that. i was lucky enough to meet her. >> dana: "fox & friends" has the segment cooking with friends. >> greg: it's fantastic. >> dana: you can't cook bourbon. larry gatlin was on this morning. pico gelato has -- this is a mixture of some stuff and some other stuff.
take care of your knitting and i will take care of mine. >> dana: great friend. i forgot to mention the short stories event, he's going to be part of it and he heckled us through the whole thing. >> greg: like a greek chorus but a country version. he's a sweetheart. bob. >> bob: there's a place i used to play golf in texas. it's a great place. beautiful golf course. in texas. that is the wall that's going to be built right there between the united states and mexico. the problem is that wall, under the current configurations, goes right through the resort. the last four holes are in mexico. the first 14 are in the united states prove my question for the administration is, do i need a passport to play the last four holes? >> greg: like a miniature golf course. try to get the ball through the wall. >> kimberly: once you get on
the other side, the door shuts behind you. >> greg: is set your dvr so you never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is up next. >> mexico's leader tells president trump, "no mas." this is "special report" ." good evening prayed welcome to washington. i am james rosen sitting in for bret baier. president trump's insistence that mexico will pay for a wall along its border has triggered the trump administrations first full on diplomatic desktop. mexico's president has canceled a visit to washington. mr. trump spokesman floated the idea of a 20% tax on mexican imports to fund construction of the wall. all this on a day with the new american president took