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america great again. skidoo welcome back to "hannity." unfortunately, that is all of the time have left this evening. as always, thank you for being with us, and we will see you back in new york tomorrow night. >> bill: "o'reilly factor" is on. tonight... >> the hour of justice foror the american worker has arrived. border security is a serious, serious national issue and problem. >> bill: donald trump saying tough security measures will help all americans and that includes the border wall. but dissent continues. tonight, "talking points" will analyze. [crowd chanting] >> bill: what is behind the almost nonstop protesting? we have been looking into that question. >> yes. i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. [record scratch] >> wow. >> that's excessive.
>> bill: also, watters gettingng the folks to react to some very radical stuff.ge >> am i comfortable with it? no, i don't think anybody should be. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. another very busy day, extreme vetting of those seeking asylum may soon be a reality in the usa. we'll deal with that in ourhe second segment. but, first, the pro-illegal immigration movement and that is the subject of this evening's t "talking points" memo. with president trump signing executive orders to build the o wall on the southern border and threatening sanctuary cities with a funding penalty, all hell is breaking loose. many on the left simply do not want immigration law to be enforced. the cold truth is they want anarchy. they believe that everyone has a right to come to america for whatever reason.e
some of these people advocate open borders with no restrictions on traveling to thn usa. some of them believe that the poor must be accommodated in every way. and some people who support illegal immigration do so for political reasons. logic dictates that if america's immigration laws are unfair, congress should change them, right? but right now, "talking points" believes what we have is pretty reasonable. the laws we have. you apply to come to the usa, and your application is either accepted or rejected. if you simply show up with no papers, you're violating u.s. law. yet jerry brown of california, governor andrew cuomo of new york, governor john hickenlooper of colorado just to name a few say they will not obey immigration law. that, of course, is a violation of their sworn oath to uphold the laws of the united states. you don't get to pick and choose. so there really isn't any legal
argument here. it's all about theory and politics. president trump campaigned on ending the illegal alien madness. so let's take a look at what he wants to do. right now, there are 654 miles of fencing along the southern border of mexico. that leaves 1300 miles of bordeh without a barrier. mr. trump is going to expand the fencing and rename it a wall. it will not be constant. there are areased that don't ned barriers because natural barriers prevent crossings. the primary reason a wall is needed is that tons of narcotics are being smuggled from mexico into the usa. that's a scandal. and mexico will not stop it, blaming the u.s. for drug consumption. but it's clear that mexico is a passive partner in the drug andy people smuggling industries. therefore, that country should pay for at least part of the wall. i mean, here's how bad it is.
the mexican drug lord, el chapo, is here in new york city right now because the mexican government cannot put him on trial. he escaped twice from mexican prisons. the most notorious criminal in the country escaped twice. the sad truth is, mexico is corrupt and cannot stop the drug cartels from doing their evil business and will not stop, will not stop millions of migrants from crossing its territory and entering into the usa illegally. again, that is mexico's fault. so if a barrier stops some of the drugs, why would anyone object to that? and today, president trump suggested mexico may have to pay a 20% tariff to fund the wall. the is all way too much for mexican president. he canceled the meeting next week with president trump, who addressed the issue this
afternoon. >> the president of mexico and myself have agreed to cancel our planned meeting scheduled for next week. unless mexico is going to treat the united states fairly, with respect, such a meeting would be fruitless, and i want to go a different route. >> bill: now, it really doesn't matter who canceled what. what does matter is that last year, 560 pounds of heroin will confiscated at the mexican border. 560 pounds. that's just a fraction of the heroin that got through. as you may know, 50,000 people died in 2015 from drug overdoses in the usa. by the way, more than 8,000 pounds of methamphetamine were confiscated at the border, but most, again, got through. so if you object to a wall, designed to prevent drugs from being smuggled in here, what is your rationale?
now on to the sanctuary cities. it's clear president trump is not ready to deport illegal aliens who do not commit crimes in the usa. said that again yesterday. it is the criminal aliens that are being targeted by homeland security. left-wing politicians know that, but lie about it. >> new york city has half a million undocumented people.k we want them to come forward and work with the police if they see a crime, if they are a victim of crime. if they believe by talking to a police officer they will get deported and be torn apart from their family, they are not going to work with police. >> bill: that's not the issue. f mayor de blasio, an uber-leftist, completely avoids the criminal alien subject always trying to deflect the always trying to deflect the house painters and chamber maids. so dishonest. in chicago, where the mayor cannot control gang violence, he remains defiant on criminal
aliens. >> we're gonna stay a sanctuary city. there is no stranger among us. we welcome people, whether you are from poland or pakistan, whether you're from ireland or india or israel, and whether you're from mexico or maldovia, where my grandfather came from, you are welcome in chicago as you pursue the american dream. >> bill: so you're welcome in chicago even if you are a criminal alien, a felon. you're welcome in the windy city because sanctuary cities do not flag undocumented criminals for federal authorities. they refuse to do that. that's the crux of the matter that irresponsible politicians like de blasio and emanuel put their own people at risk for political gain. neither man would be in office without pandering to the people who have recently come to this
country and who may not understand the danger of sanctuary cities. it is political demagoguing at its worse, but it has someme support. >> you are xenophobia! you are homophobic! you are pitting americans against americans! and fair-minded, smart americans are not going to stand by passively and let you pit us against one another! >> bill: "you" being president trump. this week, there werens demonstrations in places likeor new york city, washington, san francisco, denver protesting against presidentt trump's executive orders. but, again, exactly what are these people objecting to, trying to stop narcotics from coming in here? trying to get a handle on illegal aliens who commit crimes? are they objecting to that, really? part of mr. trump's executive action orders homeland security to make public a comprehensive list of criminal actions committed by aliens on a weekly basis.
also to list jurisdictions that fail to honor federal detainers with respect to undocumented criminal aliens.h trump administration wants you, the folks, to know the full extent of the problem. finally, the government accountability office, an independent nonpartisan agency that works for congress, says that in the year 2015, 22,000 high-risk air travelers were prevented from coming to the u.s, tried to get in here but were thwarted. so if protesters and these loony mayors think that t open borders and lax immigration enforcement are good things, they're idiots and deserve to be scorned. breaking it down, sanctuary cities and counties promote anarchy.ua if the left doesn't like immigration law, petitionn congress to change it.
if the mayors refuse to obey federal law, president trump should cut off federal funds immediately. and that's "thee memo." next on "the rundown," the president's upcoming order to stop immigration from terror-ridden countries. another big controversy we'll analyze. and later, judge pirro furious with the far left in hollywood. but why does the judge care about these people? "the factor" is coming right back. back. and now, i help people find discounts,
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one positive, if a refugee claims religious persecution, that application is prioritized. speaking with abc news, mr. trump said this. >> i'll absolutely do safe zones in syria for the people. i think that europe has made a tremendous mistake by allowing these millions of people to go into germany and various other countries. all have you to do is take a look. it's a disaster what's happening over there. i don't want that to happen here. >> bill: joining us now from washington, david azerad, historian at the heritage foundation. jon meacham, historian. author of "destiny and power," book about bush the elder. are these orders on immigration and security based on logic, mr. meacham? >> i think so. i think there is 1952 law that already on the books that the government can screen for any immigrant on the grounds thatt
there might be -- their entry might be detrimental to the united states. there is something part of a t historical tradition. what i'm mostly interested in is, what will the process be at the end of the 30 days, at the end of the 120 days, because we don't want a religious test. one of the great things about america is that religion has been able to shape us without strangling us. i don't think we should be trying to violate that. >> bill: all right. but it's clearly aimed at terror nations. you get on a flight and come here and you are not going to be impacted. i mean, there is sort of a logic to it. >> sure. >> bill: although, you know, we haven't seen t this is what the advance that we have got. now, i asked, because i'm a simple man, you guys know how simple i am.mp it's tragic. i asked a question. why would you object to a border wall when you have a tremendousu drug problem emanating in mexico
and this wall, whether you like the wall or not, is going to make it more difficult forad the cartels to get their deadly ware in here. why would you object to that? and nobody has been able to give me an answer.. do you know? >> i think i do. if you lose sight of one of the most basic axiom of political theory, namely that nations have sovereignty over their borders and no one has a right to integrate to the united states of america. no one has the right to become an american. and i say this as an immigrant who very much hopes to become an american one day. this is simply about reassertina control over our borders. and the hysteria it's provoking on the other side is really quite disconcerting. it's a rather straightforward premise underlying these actions on immigration. >> bill: what is driving the hysteria on the other side? i lay out a logical case that you have got to stop the drug traffic, you know, somewhat 'cause you have got 50,000
people dying every year now, and they still don't want the wall or anything else to impede the narcotics and the people smuggling from getting in here. >> it's the idea that you are giving preference to americans over others. so you may be -- you know, they may not object to the narrow point about drugs but they view it as being tied up with a broader issue of, do we give priority to our people over others? and this is really what irks them. do we give priority to some people from certain parts of the world perhaps whose way of lifes is more compatible to ours than other parts of the world? this really upsets them. >> bill: go ahead, john. >> i think we should also be totally intellectually honest. people see it as almost a racist thing. >> bill: why though? if it were canada and the same thing were happening, i would say the sameme thing. >> i know. i'm just saying that that's why there is the pushback on it. >> bill: that doesn't make any sense.
they are assigning a bad motive to people who are saying, we just want more security for the country. we don't want anarchy. when you guys see de blasio and rahm emanuel and jerry brown, the governor of california, basically saying i'm not going to obey federal law, what goes through your mind, mr. azerrad? >> i think it's deeply problematic. i mean, from a strict constitutional point of view, cities and states cannot be commandeered by the federal government to enforce federal law. so they may have defense that way. i find it deeply unpatriotic and deeply disturbing. >> bill: but federal law does override, mr. meacham. when you see public officials they have to all take oaths to uphold the laws of the united uphold the laws of the united all of them do. and then they turn around and go, i'm not going to uphold the laws of the united states. what goes through your mind? >> we adjudicated this in the 1830s with andrew jackson and john c. calhoun. states and cities don't get to pick and choose which laws they follow. it was called nullification.
and i think that there has to be a rule of law in this. and to go back to the wall for a second, i want to be clear, i was offering the racial element as an analytical point. >> bill: i agree. people believe that, but it's so fallacious and so -- such a ridiculous argument. i want to point out that you did write a book about andrew jackson, "the american lion," was it? >> it was. >> bill: andrew jackson had a good way to deal with people who wouldn't obey federal law. he basically shot them. [laughter] he was a lively president. not since andrew jackson. trump is starting to identify with jackson. have you guys noticed that? >> he's hanging the portrait in the oval office. >> bill: he is starting to identify with andy. i don't know if that's a good thing.ow when i have get down to the white house on superer bowl sunday, we will talk about it.la >> wear your kevlar.
>> bill: directly ahead, judge jeanine pirro furious with hollywood. why does she care? later, bernie goldberg on the interview with president trump with abc news last night. comments on the women's march upcoming. and lasts up to 12 hours. tums only lasts up to 3. for longer lasting relief...in one chewable tablet try duo fusion from the makers of zantac the market.redict but through good times and bad... ...at t. rowe price... ...we've helped our investors stay confident for over 75 years. call us or your advisor. t. rowe price. invest with confidence.
>> bill: "outrage of the week" segment tonight. far left hollywood people. as i mentioned last week, i uset to cover this situation more extensively, but you guys convinced me through your letters that it doesn't matter what these celebrities say about anything. pirrong. dissents. she joins us now with "the outrage." so, at the women's march, there were a lot of crazy things said and subsequently you think it's outrageous. >> i was in washington, bill,as the women's march. i was in the thick of it. i heard language and i heard the kind of destructive, divisive language that is the kind of thing that we can't even repeat on television.
but it's about the disintegration of respect for the first family in this country. the first lady being called essentially ignorant. donald trump, the president of the united states, being likened to hitler and the devil. and madonna musing about blowing up the white house. what you've got are people who, in some people's minds with social media and all of their ability to get information out, there are half-wits out there listening to these half-witsut themselves who are following them and think they make a lot going to follow them. it was outrageous. >> bill: i don't know too many half-wits. so maybe that's true. but i do want to run a half-wit montage. go. >> would you ever have donald trump on your show? >> no. >> what if he asked you? >> no. >> what about melania? would you have her on your show? >> melania?? to talk about what? she can barely speak english. i don't respect either one of those people. >> i didn't know devils could be resurrected, but i feel hitlerul
in these streets. nazis renamed the cabinet. about blowing up the white house. >> bill: but isn't it just blather? b-l-a-t-h-e-r? >> it is blather. it is protected by the first amendment. but we are now living in a time where -- first of all, if anyone said anything like that about michelle obama, they would have been a racist. there would have been incredible hatred toward that person. i but what we have got now is a left that is so upset that they lost the election, they can't get over it. melania trump is one of the classiest, most elegant,st smartest women i know, who speaks five languages. >> bill: you know her well? >> i have known her since before she married donald.d. i was at her wedding.l. >> bill: you know her well. >> i do know her well. she is a smart woman.
you know what, chelseall handler ought to follow through on her promise to leave if donald trump won the election and follow through to go to a country and try to learn that language. >> bill: now, when you were at the women's march, okay? you are there and watching the behavior of the ladies, andnd there weren't all of them. there were some people there behaving civilly. >> it was outrageous. >> bill: all right. so what's the "why" behind it? they lost the election. most americans in the key states, electoral college states, wanted a change from hillary clinton's same old stuff. a all right? i agree with you, they don't want to accept it. but what are they hoping to accomplish by this kind of whaty you call outrageous behavior? >> i don't think they even know, bill. because i went through that crowd with a camera and i interviewed people. i said, what are you upset about? what do you want? "well, i don't like him.
i don't like that he is a sexist." well, you know what? maybe you should have worked harder to get hillary clinton to win. they are just out of their minds. >> bill: you think it's all personal and emotional.. >> it is personal. it is vituperative. it is venomous. they don't know why. they are just angry people. you know what? when you hear the one talk about, "the devil has been resurrected and hitler is back." she should have used that esp to figure out hillary wasn't going to win and they should have marched a lot earlier. >> bill: i think that woman was playing to a crowd. i think there is a lot of that. i think they play to a crowd with the hopes of being accepted and being celebrated. okay? they play to each other. because this stuff, as i said, doesn't get through to the folks.'t people watching tonight don't care what these people say. >> what's frightening, there were hundreds of thousands of them..ve they claim to be inclusive and compassionate. i suspect if melania's accent was of a different country, they wouldn't have done that. >> bill: all right.
judge pirro, everyone,e, "the outrage of the week." plenty more ahead. as "the factor" moves along this evening, some believe president trump got the better of abc anchor david muir last night. bernie goldberg will have some thoughts.ho and watters confronting some radical stuff. >> madonna says she is thinking about blowing up the white house. how do you react to that? >> if the roles were reversed and someone threatened to blow up the white house from the other side, i don't think they would be very happy about it. >> bill: we hope you stay tuned to those reports.ol as a control enthusiast, i'm all-business when i travel... even when i travel... for leisure. so i go national, where i can choose any available upgrade in the aisle - without starting any conversations- -or paying any upcharges.
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>> bill: "personal story" segment tonight. an amazing situation at s fort campbell, kentucky. sergeant charles gaytan andea hs wife, kayla, are the proud parents of quadruplets born on september 30th without a fertility treatment. the babies are small but healthy.at however, the same cannot be said for the mom, kayla. she has been diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma and has been fighting against it. >> we literally got married last year and then we found out, like, a couple days before that before my 29th birthday, that my biopsy came back as hodgkin's diagnosis. >> so chemo goes from february to may, and then what? >> i was told i was in remission, so we were really excited about that. in june, we found out we were pregnant with quadruplets. so literally, like, less than a month later, our life changed in a positive way. >> so talk me through it.
you are out in the field and you get that call. >> she called me and, like, hey, are you sitting down? i'm like, yeah, what's up? she said she is pregnant, awesome. like, there is four. and i kind of went into, what?nt and she is like, yeah, there is, four heartbeats. and that's when it kind of actually sent me over into, i'm kind of in shock right now. >> bill: with us now, jon scott features the gaytans tomorrow, right? a two-parter? this is hard to believe. there are four little babies. they are not home? >> they are not home yet. doing well in the hospital in the intensive care. >> bill: the mom, she is fighting for her life. >> she really is, but she has the best attitude. this is the most amazing couple i have met in some time. they are so positive despitee what they have gone through. >> bill: the sergeant has to now pay not only for the quadruplets
but for his wife's medical treatment, correct? so he is a sergeant. he is a military guy. >> right. >> right. through. they get married. days after their marriage, she gets diagnosed with hodgkin's, goes through four months of chemotherapy, then is told she will probably never have children again because of that process. lo and behold, defies all odds, 1 out of 700,000, she gets pregnant with quadruplets, no fertility drugs. then is re-diagnosed with hodgkin's lymphoma again and had to give birth earlier than she had hoped because she had to start cancer treatment. c >> bill: the babies were three pounds to two pounds.t. as jon just said, they are doing fine. my nephew used to be at fort campbell in the army. he knows people who know this family and he said, you know, uncle bill, can you help them?? i gave them to you because i b have known you for, what, since 1850. >> something like that.
>> bill: you did a really, really good job in spotlighting, because i have never heard of ah story like this. ever. this is unique. but the folks can help the sergeant and kayla by doing what? >> well, there is a gofundme page. it's pronounced guy-tan, but it's gaytan's quadruple pregnancy. gofundme.com. w friends there on the base, i mean people who didn't even know this young sergeant and his wife, undertook a diaper drive and they have got a year's worth of diapers. but with quads, you will go through a lot of diapers and then there is college. >> bill: patriotic american, the sergeant deserves all americans to chip. so watch "happening now" as opposed to next week, tomorrow 11 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. two-parter. >> people will really enjoy this couple. >> bill: thank you.
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>> bill: thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly. in the "weekdays with bernie" segment tonight, entrepreneurship's interview with david muir. it seemed to me that mr. muir spent a lot of time on stuff like illegal aliens allegedly voting. crowd size. topics that don't affect policy or the lives of most americans. at one point, mr. muir challenged the president over his proposed extreme vetting of people in muslim nations. >> look, david, david, i mean, i know you're a sophisticated guy. the world is a mess. the world is as angry as it gets. what do you think? this is going to cause a littlei more anger? the world is an angry place. all of this has happened. we went in to iraq. we shouldn't have gone in to iraq. we shouldn't have gotten out the way we got out. the world is a total mess. >> bill: joining us from miami, bernard goldberg. so that answer thater president trump just gave was in response to mr. muir saying that if we have extreme vetting,
which i think we are going to have tomorrow of muslims, the islamic world is going to get more mad at us. so assess it. >> right. well, let me deal with that first. i don't know how many muslims in i don't know how many muslims in are actually going to be upset that we are trying to keep a islamic terrorists out of the country. but to the extent that some will be upset, too bad. as for the interview itself, david muir -- and this is not a shot -- david muir did a predictable, routine, politicala interview. he asked the president about the wall, as you said. and he asked him about the millions of illegal immigrants that allegedly, according to donald trump, tried to vote. that's fine. but we have heard it before andd we have heard it a lot. frankly, on a daily basis, we hear about this. i would have gone down a different road. i would have tried to break new
ground. instead of doing a political interview, i would have done a psychological interview. because i think it's at least as important what donald trump -- his demeanor and what makes him tick and what motivates him. i think that's at least as important as who is going to pay for the wall. so here are four questions to give you a broad idea, bill, as to what i'm talking about. number one, i would ask him -- i would say, why do you brag so much? because you know, confident people don't brag. he brags a lot. i would ask him why he says so many things that are blatantly untrue. i'm trying to figure out, is he trying to mislead people or does he actually believe a lot of this stuff? third question is, i would ask him why ratings and crowd size, which is a variation on ratings, why that stuff is so important to him. and then i would ask why he brings up that millions, as many as 5 million illegal immigrants voted in order to prove that if
they hadn't voted he would havee also won the popular vote. he has to win not just the election, but he has to win every facet of the election. now, look, i readily acknowledge, bill, i readily acknowledge we may neverly find out what makes donald trump tick. i'm not sure he knows what makes him tick. i don't think he is an especially introspective person. i would rather ask, and if i'm a viewer i would rather listen to -- >> bill: have to do it respectfully. i got my super bowl interview coming up, and i can't r intervw president trump the way i interviewed candidate trump interviewed candidate trump of jazz, as you know. i can't do that now. you can't really say to a sitting president, why do you brag so much? that would be like saying to passive aggressive? there were nuggets in what you just said.
>> don't you think that would be more interesting than finding out for the 10,000th time who is going to pay for the wall? >> bill: i have known him so long i know how is he going to answer every single question. you are not going to get what you are looking for. you are not going to get some l deep-seated psychological answer.go >> i agree. >> bill: you're going to get, hey, i want the facts to be told. i don't want any distortions. i think the press is dishonest. he is going to come back to those things to justify what hes says. and as far as -- i'm not sure whether americans at this point care. i think they want to see him solve problems. and that's the way i'm going in with mine. that's what americans want from donald trump. are you gonna solve the problems that i feel are important? last word. >> there's a lot of truth in that. i think there are two paths here. one is substance and one is style. on substance, frankly, i like a lot of what he has already done. i'm keeping an open mind on the rest. but i think you're absolutely right that not for all americans in general but for donald trump's most passionate supporters, you are right.
they don't care if what he says is true or untrue. and i think that's a problem too. >> bill: well, it may or may not be. he can say martians from venus voted. i'm just glad there is an investigation because i want to find out if there is a problem with illegal aliens voting. so let's have the investigation. here, here. bernie goldberg, everybody. watters on deck. some extreme statements as we discussed at the women's march discussed at the women's march to react to those statements. watters is next.
>> jesse: were you at the women's march the other day? >> i was not. >> yes. >> no. >> jesse: i was. i'm a feminist. >> you are? >> jesse: yeah. can't you tell? >> right. >> i was sailing on boston harbor. ♪ >> jesse: play sound bites of these ladies and you tell me what you think. >> yes, i'm angry. yes, i am outraged. yes, i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house. >> [laughs] oh, my god. >> jesus, that's excessive. >> i don't think she actually means that.i i mean, let's be realistic. that's madonna. >> jesse: you don't think madonna has access to dynamite? >> in her songs, she does.
>> that's what we call a sack lunch. t >> i don't think that's going to solve anything. that's only going to make our problems worse. >> i think she went a little too far in that. >> jesse: do you think madonna reflects poorly on women when she says something like this at the women's march. >> yes, she makes us look crazy. >> are you a republican,es democrat, or independent? >> independent. >> i'm the president of the i brown's republican club. >> how do you feel about rhetoric like that? >> i mean, i can understand it. >> jesse: have you thought about blowing up the white house? >> no. >> jesse: are women violent>> creatures? >> they can be. when provoked, yes. >> what are you looking for, trouble? >> he has widely reported symptoms of mental instability,> including grandiosity, impulsivity. lead us to question his fitness for the immense responsibilities of the office. >> jesse: that's gloria steinem. so you are shaking your head you might agree with that. >> i do agree with that. the size of the ego of our president right now is a very dangerous thing. >> jesse: are you a republican, democrat, or independent? >> i identify myself as a
>> i identify myself as a >> i think a lot of statements he has uttered recently are just not fact-based. >> jesse: are you republican, democrat, or independent?e >> independent. t i don't think he is unfit for sure. >> jesse: do you think it'sy? appropriate for some women like that to be questioning his mental capacity? >> for her to be showcased as calling him out is not a terrible thing. i just think she needs to class it up a little bit. >> and i didn't know devils could be resurrected, but i feel hitler in these streets. a mustache traded for a toupee, nazis renamed the cabinet. electroconversion therapy, the new gas chambers. >> is she comparing trump to hitler? >> jesse: yep. >> oh, gosh. i don't even know what to think. it's kind of disgusting that women are saying these things. >> i think it might be extreme alignment between hitler and trump.th
but i also think that some of the policies being put forth right now are unfortunately a tad reminiscent. >> jesse: whatever happened to ashley judd? >> i don't know.es >> jesse: that's happened. >> [laughs] >> ah-ha. >> jesse: do you know who i am? >> no. >> jesse: i'm watters, and this is my world. >> i just said i did not expect this.pe >> nobody expects the spanish inquisition. >> jesse: and this is my world. >> awesome. >> thank you very much.ui i'm here till thursday. try the veal. >> bill: i think you should go dressed as shrek next time. >> jesse: you want to see me like that? >> bill: because people would gravitate towards you. i liked that piece. there were some very good answers. they looked all honest. they weren't posing. now, saturday night you have your weekly program,ou right? >> jesse: yes, i do. it's still on the air. >> bill: so you went out to find some of the congresspeople. >> jesse: yes. >> bill: who boycotted the inauguration.
>> jesse: yes, about 2/3 of house democratics boycotted so we went to the capitol to try to get some answers. we also ran into representative john lewis who said some very nasty things about president trump.s >> bill: all right. let's roll it. >> jesse:e. congressman, jesse watters with fox news. how are you? >> i'm very late.in i cannot talk. i'm supposed to be in a meeting right now.i >> jesse: i will make it quick. >> i'm not talking. >> jesse: you said trump was illegitimate president. do you regret that? >> bill: he doesn't like you either. >> jesse: no one does down there. i broke so many rules. >> bill: you know, we do this because we want to. [laughter]r] that's really the only reason, right? >> jesse: that's right. goingl: we know he is not to.. he is just not. and he shouldn't have boycotted but, look, that's on him. all right. what else do you got tomorrow night -- not tomorrow night. saturday night. >> jesse: i went up to brown university, your favorite college, because masculinity is now toxic. so you can't be too manly at brown. so we had some questions. >> bill: all right, so we will be watching on saturday.
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