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>> he felt that trump was an illegitimate president question mike to regret that? does that mean you don't have an answer or you don't want to tell me? speemac's does brown university think manners are too manly? >> from the taste of your lips you're on a high
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>> trump insisted is not a muslim band. >> were talking about note that the muslim band but it's countries that don't have tremendous tear. people are going to command and show us tremendous problems. without allowing people to come in who in many cases or in some cases they are looking to do tremendous destruction. >> there following executive orders all we can transmit now. it looks like trump the president is going to be a man of action, just like how he was in the private sector. he has a dizzying array of things he has got done on the first week.
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it seems like the press can keep up. a couple of months ago this muslim band ban was huge news. >> if he tries to get the full force of law on capitol hill hill run into others who want to stop his agenda. i think he is not going to have roadblocks on these executive actions because he is pushing forward. you're right, the democrats, the media, people in general having a hard time general having a hard time keeping up with this flurry of activity. i think you're right that there is a controversy for so long about a muslim band. it hasn't been a muslim band for months. so he might want to throw something that's radical, that's out there, let everyone focus on that and you start moving to the middle and come up with something that is really
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not that radical. let's enforce our immigration laws. let's make sure that there is real that teen so terrorists do not commit to the country. that is not so crazy. >> everybody wants to talk about crime, crowd size and meanwhile he's running through the muslim band like a train. remember madame albright, she's very outraged about the quote unquote muslim band. she said she was raised catholic, became episcopalian and found out later my family was jewish. i stand ready to register and muslim in solidarity. i did not know that you could register as a muslim. can you do that at the dmv. >> it almost sounds like the deal were people we now find out that others are registered to vote in multiple states. can you register to be catholic or muslim? i don't don't know i've been catholic my whole life. but, here's the big picture.
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i spoke with a republican senator because i think the albright thing what it shows is democrats don't how to react to this president. they are sputtering and spitting out things randomly. i talked to republican senator, he would let me use his name but he's very sr.. you would know him. he best basically is been a never trumper. he's looking closely and he said this cabinet is more conservative than this senator ever thought. it's the most conservative cabinet since reagan. >> they have to love that. >> schumer is trying to block it. >> another executive order is that trump gave the go-ahead to start building his big, beautiful wall wall triggering the mexican president to cancel a trip but the president says it was mutual. >> the president of mexico and myself have agreed to cancel her plan meeting scheduled for next week. unless mexico is going to treat the united states fairly, with
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respect , such a meeting would be fruitless, and i want to go a different route. >> so he announces he wants to impose a 20% tax on imports from mexico like corona. this is very alarming. and insist it will be very successful. here we have it. >> look, the it. >> look, the laws necessary. it's not just politics. and yet it is good for the heart of the nation because people are protection. a wall protects, proper wall. not a little toy wall that they have now. i don't don't know why they been wasted their time. i don't even know why they build a ramp, it's cheaper to knock it over. >> so tell me about this meeting. it looks like it became a chicken and trump sensed the mexican president was going to cancel so he put out this thing that said he better pay for the wall or we will not have a meeting. >> and the president said it was mutual. it reminds me the last time i was in new york and trying to get you to go out and
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go to dinner with me and you did that pocket veto where you never quite texted me back. >> know because i have been out to dinner with you and it ends up being out till three in the morning. i'm not a bike a young guy like you anymore. >> here is the bottom-line. moving forward you keep hearing in the midi who cares at the end of the day. the mexican president does not have a very strong hamm. you have a new aggressive american president all over him. and the mexican the mexican president, his approval ratings are worse than donald trump's. you heard the media talk about how bad the poll numbers are for trial. the mexican president is watching the peso go in the toilet this week. >> he is in no position to tell donald trump what to do. and people miss something and these executive orders which was, there was a line a line in there where the president ordered all federal agencies to report back to him quickly on what to aid programs they have for mexico. so if you are at the health and
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human services department or at the state department, give me every line of where you give 10,000,000 dollars, 100,000,000 dollars to mexico for various programs. if mexico says we are not going to pay for the wall he might just start taking a pencil and say okay, we're taking 5,000,000 out of this program. 10,000,000 out of that. out of this program. 10 million out of that. sooner or later mexico is going to give in. >> i was down at the border a few months ago and i had a message from mexico i think we have tape. >> a mexico. you are going going to have to pay for this wall. and now we find out that they are going to slap a 20% tariff on coronas. so i'm thinking two things, one, cannot afford it. afford it. two, as a patriot i might just have to buy a caseload of beer and each beer is a brick. that's
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my duty. >> is trying to get you to go to the steakhouse in manhattan. i should've tried to get you to a mexican restaurant. i didn't. i didn't realize how much you like corona. donald trump is running circles around all kinds of critics right now. i think whether they are in mexico or elsewhere they're trying to figure out this new world. i talked to stephen moore who is one of the president outside economic advisers. he said this guys oma 7070 years old and you during the campaign stephen moore would go out with the president to is almost 70 and he would say after two days of advising about some big economic speech he said he would want to come home. i wanted to get a nap. i was tired. and donald trump -- >> imagine low energy up here. he'd have one executive order and that's it. i can i just a one thing. you discovered a star. and i talked about me, talking about -- and he takes full credit. you ran into a nine-year-old at the inauguration. you did you did the interview. the show the audience real quick >> why do you like donald trump? you have the that hat, the button, everything. >> well, i like him mostly
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because of the immigration. >> immigration issue, you're following that closely? >> and taxis. >> you not paying taxes yet are you? >> no. >> but your parents are. >> yes. >> he is such a star that star that he is going to join me on the show later on. you need a finders fee. this kid's goal. >> a look if i'm gonna start booking your show on top of everything else i'm doing at this network, this is bigley as they say. congrats on the new show. >> bob is up next he makes a triumphant return to waters world. and were gonna talk about voter fraud. plus they can boycott but can they hide. we tracked on a democratic leader who calls the presidential illegitimate. r do you regret that?
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>> is a presidential suite that turned up a firestorm this week. i'll be looking at a major investigation into voter's fraud. those who were illegal and those who are registered to vote who are dead and many for a long time depending on results, we will strengthen voting procedures. and he claims he can show more than 3,000,000 fake vote. >> what is going on with the voter fraud is horrible. >> it when you say, in your opinion millions of illegal votes, that is something that is extremely fundamental to our functioning democracy of fair free election. you say you're going to launch of investigation. >> it's done it's done. >> what you have been done so far as been false. >> i called the author of the pew report last night he said they found no evidence. >> then why did he write the
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report. >> he said no evidence of voter report. >> then why did he write the report? then he's groveling again. >> i always talk about the reporters that grovel when they want to write something that you want to hear but not necessarily millions of people want to hear. or have to hear. >> so mr. trump says fake votes. but liberals say it's fake news. claiming he has no evidence. joining me now is kimberly and bob beckel. welcome back. did you miss waters world? >> congratulations by the way. this should prove should prove to everybody out there that the weakest among us can get a tv show. >> fake voting, voter fraud it does happen, you have to admit that. >> the last time we didn't investigation we found in the 2008 race there race there is nine people arrested. >> nine. was it all people like you.
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>> know. i did over 100 campaigns. i wanted to vote dead people two or three times. it's not easy. you have to have to own the whole polling place. you just can't go in there and keep voting over and over again. >> you can probably do a better job of fake voting. i think at it like a 49 state landslide. >> i remember in 2008, speaking of, president obama had a question of rigging elections. listen to this and get your reaction. >> i would just like to know what you can say to reassure us that the selection will not be rigged or stolen. >> i come from chicago. so so i want to be honest, it's not as if it's just republicans who have monkeyed around with elections in the past. sometimes democrats have to. whenever people are empower they have this tendency to try to
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tilt things in their direction. >> so kimberly, there he is, admitting it happen. >> right, but now they said oh no. they change their tune depending on the wind and what is expedient for them. but listen. you want to make sure to keep the integrity of the voting process. president trump is and he's going to do the investigation and he won. he is not griping saying he didn't when he's actually saying let's make sure that people who are supposed to be eligible register to vote. >> what is wrong with that? >> listen, that i have some advice i'd like to get president trump. i stepped candidates who would get in and not let it go. and i said well you are digging a hole. you're not to win. and why he keeps going back to this is beyond comprehension. the evidence -- it's impossible. i would tell you, it's, it's
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impossible. >> it's not true because when obama -- remember obama work for acorn, the whole voter register deal. you know what happened, there no longer in existence because there were about 30 guilty verdicts for people registering faked fake people. i was a former president of the united states. >> where it where the rest of the 2.9. >> you have another study right here. 800,000 votes from noncitizens just came out from political scientist of old dominion university. these things need to be investigated. so you do not even care if there's voter fraud. >> there so many things he needs to get done to worry about this is going to be embarrassing. the find out it's not true.
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people have tried this over and over again. >> the real concern is california has a new proposal going forward with an 8014 61. this is important because it provides legal challenge it's gonna allow people who are not citizens to get a drivers license drivers license and be able to vote. that's a problem. we should really protect the thing to see of the right of those should be done and handled legally. his concern is are there illegals in fact coming in and voting. >> i agree with that. 3 - 5,000,000 how did did he come up with that. >> is the margin of victory hillary had in the popular vote. >> while you keep chasing this, he's doing a muslim ban while you're looking the other way. >> a temporary ban and extreme betting. >> you forgot saudi arabia and pakistan was this list. i'm surprised the biggest -- >> they are next to bob. >> i don't how you pass the extreme betting. someone dropped the ball. thanks for coming back. >> can you tell me who your hairdresser is?
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>> up next, president trump trump goes with the media. >> they are the among the most dishonest human beings on earth. >> is that a start strategy? former white house press secretary, and later watters' world owes back to school to find out why universities are teaching their male students that masculinity is toxic. >> what could be toxic about all of this? of this? >> well toxic is a strong word. >> from the taste of your lips, i am on a high coricidin hbp is the only brand that gives powerful cold symptom relief without raising your blood pressure. coricidin hbp. for over 100 years like kraft has,natural cheese you learn a lot about what people want. honey, do we have like a super creamy cheese with taco spice already in it? oh, thanks. bon appe-cheese! okay...
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>> there fired up over the media coverage of his inauguration. something hit a nerve nerve with white house press secretary, sean's baser. >> did you stand by your statement that it was the most watched in our group in our girl. >> sure. i'm pretty sure that reagan didn't have youtube, facebook or the internet. i think 41 million people watch this. 41,000,000 people watched his. so let's just take the nielsen ratings and added to cnn. 16.9 million that's a little higher. >> joining me now is the former white house press secretary under george w. bush. it seems like the trump administration's fight in the media harder than their fight in the democrats. i think i know why. the press is the tip of the spear. if they can blunt the press it deactivates the democratic party is that a smart strategy? >> have no objection with white
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house fighting with the press. i want them to pick the right fights. there's no question in my mind the presses ideologically bias. it so much easier to be a democrat dealing with the repressed than the republicans. i think this white house is smart to take on the white house. >> we don't like them taking over crowd size to think that small potatoes. >> i think was a frivolous fight. who cares who has more people there. donald trump has been like this his entire career. his buildings are the best, they're the biggest, is crowd size and tv show. this is his nature. he's a promoter, he sells it. even if the facts are there. i put that in the category that okay that's why he is. i'm more interested in how he's changing america. >> he protects the brand though. the when the brand is under assault he has to fight back and defend himself. and that's why he gets into fights with madonna or rosie, even the smallest slight he will fight back viciously. the crowd size is a perfect example. you think what
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he is saying is, i will not let you take an inch and if you say one thing inaccurately we'll fight to the nell thumb is that what he's doing? >> as he said he's a counterpunch or. my point is that he has to decide who's worth a counterpunch. >> we all know for trump, size matters. matters. another idea coming out of the trump white house, they are calling now the media the opposition. here we have steve bennett, senior white house advisor send this to the new york times, quote the media should be embarrassed and humiliated and keep its mouth shut. just listen for a while. the media here's the opposition party. they don't understand the country, they don't understand why trump is president of the united states. what is this about.
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>> i don't like anybody in government. george w. bush was happy to reflect his style. >> it's just their style. the press has missed the story of trump. they still haven't made changes to reflect everything they got wrong. i don't blame the white house for going after them. this weekend is the first panel on section where city. trump wins victory in century city when obama was elected come out when trump was elected, it was women, students a minority stake taking the reality of the trump presidency. a terrible headline. >> you had to deal with it yourself personally. i think abc news said something on "nightline" about the first
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three days of the new administration as part of the report we interviewed former white house secretary and in editing the the piste his peace was shortened and his opinions were mischaracterized >> why did they think they could get away with that. that's the problem have with the press.
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>> thank you very much. still had, hollywood is hollywood is exploding over the fact that trump is in the white house. are they costing the democratic party its power? my take is next. and. and watters' world goes to washington to confront the democrats who skip the inauguration. >> you boycotted the inauguration. >> well. no need to get physical.
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>> wife life from america's headquarters. democrats are bowing if fight against donald trump's travel ban. california senator said she is introducing two bills tomorrow against the executive order. it bars bars citizens from seven majority muslim countries from entering the united states temporarily, 90 day day. while policies are review. policies are gathered to defend
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the order tonight saying it's designed to keep the nation free and safe. dozens of visitors were detained this weekend. a navy seal guy has guide has died in yemen. nearly two dozen were killed. this is the first counterterror operation approved by president trump since he took office in the first combat death to occur during his administration. now back to jesse. >> welcome back. as we told you last week nearly 1/3 of house democrats a boycotted the inauguration. this was a civic event not a political event. if one. if one third of house republicans would've boycotted brock obama's could you we went to pay congress another visit. >> we wanted to ask you why you
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boycotted the inauguration. >> does that mean you don't have an answer you don't want to tell me. >> we just wanted to know why you boycotted the inauguration. >> i didn't boycott you just and go to a, isn't that a boycott? congressman, quick question, why why would you boycott the inauguration? >> what were those serve?
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why the record right now. >> i think that's pretty divisive to do? >> no where the spirit of unity are we in this country. >> shouldn't we be trying to unite the country instead by the country. >> if i wanted to unite the country i would not have elected donald trump. >> congressman, you boycotted the inauguration. >> no need to get physical. while i was at the i wanted to speak with john lewis who recently had this to say about president trump. >> i don't see president-elect of the legitimate president. i think the the russians participated in helping this man get elected. and they helped destroy the candidacy for hillary clinton.
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i don't plan to attend the inauguration. it will be the first one that i miss since i'd been in congress. >> not only did he boycott the inauguration, he attempted to boycott watters' world. >> congressman, i'm with fox news, how are you. >> it is very late and i cannot talk. i'm supposed to be in a meeting right now. >> i'll be make it quick. you said trump was a illegitimate president, do you regret that? >> that's a pretty divisive thing to say, wouldn't you agree? congressman? don't you think you have a little respect for the office?
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later that day they said i was disrespectful and violated the decorum of the capital. ironically, that's how i feel he behaved towards president trump. democratic politicians have a history of running away with things don't go their way. remember the democrat lawmakers in wisconsin who flew across state lines to avoid voting on scott walker's budget? by the way wisconsin has a surplus. in california the only reason she won the popular vote was a new poll saying state residents wants to secede from the united states. how immature is that? the left is becoming hysterical. listen to the listen to the so-called leaders of the women's march. >> i am not as nasty as a swastika painted on a pride flag. i didn't know devils could be resurrected. what i feel hitler in the streets. a mustache traded for a to pay, nazis renamed the cabinet. yes. i am angry. yes, i am outraged.
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yes i have thoughts an awful lot about blowing out the white house. >> president trump responded to madonna with the. >> she's disgusting. i think she heard herself very badly. i think she heard that whole cause. i thought her and a couple of others. but. but i thought her in particular, that what she said was disgraceful to our country. >> so the left which that the last year smearing trump as root, crude and on professional has now taken the moral high ground making it more more difficult to make a values -based case against president trump. comedian chelsea handler had this to say about the first lady of the united states of america. >> would you ever have donald trump on your show? what if he has to? >> no. >> what about melania a? >> melania a, to talk about what? she can barely speak english.
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>> what you think about her is the first lady a. >> exactly what i think about him is the first man. i don't respect either of those people. >> imagine if a republican entertainer said that, it would be front page news and the republican party would say we pay the in tire price for it. but perhaps because these people are in public and it's nasty and it's blowing up in their face. the limo that left wing belong to a muslim immigrant. mahatma said the destruction will cost the company 70000 and damages. it's hard to make that case when you're the one firebombing the property. so to discredit nicely themselves in everyday americans. the more liberals will remain completely shut out of power. coming up next, the future president of the united states and he is only nine years old.
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>> trump will make america great again. then, is it okay for man to cry? about dinner. who pays question? watters' world investigation into toxic masculinity, when we return. >> society tells you you're more dominant. >> but we always treat you to dinner. i actually think that's a dinner for bonus for you. >> why not let us pay? >> you can pay for my dinner now. they all...want...to... how charge me.xes going? have you tried credit karma? does credit karma do taxes now? yeah, and they're totally free, so they'll never take any of your refund. file your taxes for free with credit karma tax. z282tz zwtz
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>> i'm the names people and you just tell me if they were people of the united states are not. >> lauren harding. >> not. >> james spoke. >> not. >> yikes. edgar johnson. >> president. >> when was edgar johnson president? >> like 1967. >> wilson d jefferson. >> yes. >> calvin coolidge. >> i don't think so. >> am i getting them wrong? >> yes. >> adult americans are not doing so well in our history kit quiz. but but my next guest wants to
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take the challenge. jacob silva is nine. >> so i hear that you think you could eight this presidents quiz. so i have to have to ask you a quick question. was andrew jackson president of the united states? >> he was. >> correct. you're smarter than some of the adults on the street corner. >> yes. >> and you're getting a little cocky. so, you think you could be president and you have plans to be president sometime, is that true? >> yes. >> how are you going to go about accomplishing that. i think you have to be over 35 is that correct? >> yes, it is. >> so this is the beginning of your presidential campaign? >> okay. >> actually actually think the real beginning of the campaign was when ed henry, one of our correspondence discovered you at the inauguration the other week. let's take a look.
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>> we have a mini donald trump rate how will the request mark. >> nine. >> where you from? >> rhode island. >> did you have a long drive? >> we got here wednesday night in the drive was eight hour. >> do you realize how much history you will be witnessing today at the age of nine? >> s. >> why do you like donald trump? >> i like him mostly because of the immigration. >> you're following that closely at the age of nine. >> in the texas. >> in texas too, you're not not paying taxes yet are you? >> no. >> but your parents are. we appreciate coming out today enjoy the history. >> jacob said you all add a big thank you because he really discovered you anything you'd like to say to him? >> , thank you for interviewing me. >> you told ed that you are fan of donald trump because of immigration. tell me what you think of trumps immigration platform?
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>> i think if trump builds a wall i think it would definitely work. and so i'm okay with illegal immigrants coming into the country, but not with illegal immigrants because a lot of those illegal immigrants have problems or guns, or drugs. and they shouldn't be coming into our country. our country has too many problems right at the moment. we shouldn't have illegal immigrants in our way. >> i think you hit it right on the head there. actually donald trump just issued an executive order beginning construction of the wall pretty soon. who is going to pay for the wall jacob? >> mexico. that's what were hearing. also taxation, tell me why you think lowering taxes is good economic policy?
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>> i think lowering taxes would be better because right now our taxes are too high. the our way, way too high and it has to stop. trump has trump has been talking a lot about lowering taxes and obama and, they made the taxes go higher. which probably didn't help. and right now there is taxes on everything like free education. who's gonna pay for that? taxes. taxes. what's can pay for that? taxes. so i think our taxes need to be lowered a lot. >> okay. and if your parents have more money in their pockets they could buy more toys, it works out perfectly for everybody.
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now, you like to dress up as donald trump, is that true? >> yes, i dressed up as trump or halloween. and at the inauguration i wore my suit. >> that must've scared a lot of people, you a lot of people, you knocking on doors looking like that. do you get a hard time when you dress up like that or when you wear your make america great again hat, you don't wear that school do you? i think the teacher will put you in detention. >> no, actually the day before election day when we had school i wore my trump suit. and she didn't say a word about it. she actually laughed because so most of my teachers they like trump. they kinda left a little. but i have only dressed up as trump and went to school once. >> okay. and you are at the inauguration, that must've been a huge thrill for you. you might about one of the youngest people there. tell me how you felt there? >> well like he said did i know
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how much history i'll be witnessing and i think i did. it was an enjoyable experience. i would definitely say we could go to another presidential inauguration sometime. >> it sounds like you had a blast. i want to let you know you are great patriot at a very young age. i get a kick out of talking to you. you're welcome back on watters' world anytime. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> coming up next, universities across country trying to teach men how to not be masculine. watters' world went back to school to find out why. >> to think maybe men are physically superior. >> no. apsley not. i bet i could beat you in any physical competition. >> how much can you benchpress? >> more than they don't taste chalky and work fast. you.
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>> macho man under attack at college campuses. now encouraging men to be less manly to fight toxic masculinity. i visited brown university to see what it was about. >> brown has a course called toxic masculinity. what could be toxic about all of this? >> well, it's a very strong world. >> toxic masculinity is in about shaming men for being men. it's about examining what cultural forces allow men to feel like they are superior to men women. >> are you toxic at all. >> from the face of your lips i'm on a high. >> i do not think you should take toxic masculinity. i think you you should teach masculinity
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one oh one. >> are you flirting with me? >> what kinda characteristics to you think toxic masculinity manifest itself as. >> violence, aggression, sexual assault. >> would you admit that men are may be physically superior? >> no. apsley not. i bet i could beat you in any physical competition. >> how much can you benchpress. >> more than you. >> you may not recognize it but when you walk into the room society tells you that your more dominant. >> but we always treat you guys to dinner and so i actually think that's a bonus for you. >> why not let us pay to show that we do have financial support and that we are equal to you? >> deal. you can pay can pay for my dinner no. >> okay. >> i don't know if i want to do that. >> do you think trump is part of toxic masculinity.
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>> i do. what he represents is toxic. i think donald trump is toxic. i don't know if that comes from his masculinity in general or if that is just his larger persona. >> don't be rude speemac's top trump to masculine for you. >> his masculinity is toxic because of the exit actions he speak of, treating women as inferior or irrational is toxic. >> if you think trump is toxic you must think bill clinton is very toxic. >> this is the biggest -- i've ever heard. >> sometimes i get angry and upset and want to curl up in a ball and watch movie. i don't always act impulsively were punch someone in the face. >> a proud of you. what if i get emotional sometime, is that okay? >> up slowly. i think more men should be able to show their emotions and express that a public that a public.
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>> is it okay if i cry? >> do you believe i toxic. >> i absolutely believe your toxic. >> can i go to a safe space and cry? can you point me in the direction of a safe space. >> not at the moment. >> is this a safe space right now even for me? >> especially for you. of shr >> were on twitter and we hear you. i'm reading your comments, up next. sweet bourbon-brown sugar grilled shrimp and bold firecracker red shrimp are too big to last so hurry in.
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