measure is out. ironically it's not democrats that are tearing apart, it's fellow republicans convinced this is not the way they want the party to go. tom price on that tomorrow. >> hello, everyone. welcome to "the five." i'm kimberly guilfoyle. we just heard from speaker paul ryan and other house republicans at a press conference on the american health care act. ryan says republicans will have enough votes to pass the plan in the house earlier, we heard from the president on the measure. >> proud to support the replacement plan released by the house of representatives and encouraged by members of both parties. i think we're going to have something that's going to be much more understood and much more popular than people can even imagine. i think it's going to go very quickly. i hope it's going to go very
quickly. >> kimberly: health and human services secretary tom price also made the case for the new bill. >> we need a system that is affordable for folks, accessibl accessible, of the highest quality, incentivizes innovation and empowers patients. our goal is to make certain that individuals have the opportunity to select their physician. in terms of premiums, we believe strongly that through this whole process and as it takes effect, that we will see a decrease in not only the premiums that individuals will see but a decrease in the cost of health care for folks. the american people have said to their elected leaders that the obamacare process of gaining coverage and care is not working. we believe it's important to respond to the american people and provide a health care system that allows for them to purchase the kind of coverage and care they desire. >> kimberly: a big day for the house g.o.p. republicans. a problem that was -- a promiss
made. sponsored by -- dana perino, you are familiar with. eric bolling, greg gutfeld. what do you make of this in terms of the merits, structure and the rollout to? >> eric: i don't see a lot of merits. some people say it's obamacare lite. i have heard them and tell us that there's no mandate anymore but the plan does continue to have a mandate. the individual mandate is still there only is worse because now to let your insurance lapse, you have to pay 30% not to the government. you pay it to the insurance company. cadillac tax. they don't touch cadillac tax. we fought against cadillac taxes on the show. it is still there.
not touched until 2025. there's more subsidies in this bill than obamacare. they don't touch medicaid expansion for another five years. these are the things we fought against but the one i care about the most, the one that would make a free-market solution, drive the cost curve down on health care and insurance, would be being able to buy it across state lines. it's not in this bill as of yet. i don't know why you put something out there that you say you're going to fix two more times over the next few months. just fix it. you've had six years to come up with a replacement. fix it. put across state lines in there. take out the mandates. you can do this, republicans. no reason to vote on this bill now. >> bob: brothers and sisters, hallelujah. it's a bad deal. let's hear it for eric bolling. >> kimberly: take it easy. he's kind of agreeing with him. it's not a whole lot different.
puts more poor people out on the streets. outside of that, they can say repeal and replace all they want. it's not repealed. it's not replaced. it is b.s. >> kimberly: you clapped so loud. >> bob: i was proud of erica. >> kimberly: dana, do you share eric's concerns? >> dana: not necessarily because i feel like i've got a lot of reading to do even though it's a much smaller bill then the other one. a lot of things that came out today are interesting. of course the democrats are going to trash it but conservatives are not going to defend it either. president trump says this is his bill. he says this is our plan. for those concerned about the state lines issue, and i agree that that might be a concern, he says there will be a stage two or three so don't worry because it's coming. i think if this is going to pass, it's going to need the full weight of president trump pushing for it. you saw what it took for president obama. he gave 58 speech is about it
pretty he lost his majority because of it but he thought it was worth doing, and the rays to define the benefits of this bill will be taking place over the next 36 hours. i think a secretary tom price arguably had the best presentation today and was able to answer questions in the most fulsome yet assistant way and with some confidence. they've got a lot of work to do. here's the other thing. today obamacare is at its most popular ever. 4.5% above where it was before the average. if they want to get this done, they are going to need the president's help. he said he wants it done quickly and he can make that happen if he chooses to. >> kimberly: greg, did you think this went far enough? >> greg: i think it's a good start. i have four positive spring number one, it's called the american health care act, not the kenyan health care act. thank you very much. >> bob: i can't believe you
just said that. >> greg: what does it chasing dog do when it finally catches the car? this is what you're saying. it's the obama car. the republicans finally get it. this is a good worry to have. it means you won the election. not being able to fight amongst yourselves about the repealing and replacement of obamacare. if you didn't have that fight, it means you lost. so this is actually a good problem to have. the conflict happens when you win elections. you went from mom in june to dana perino. you took a giant thing and made it smaller. i talked to dr. marc siegel. the one thing i didn't know before, how the tax credits worked. who was really mad about this?
take this money of the tax credits, enter the marketplace, and buy a more cost-effective plan which is catastrophic health insurance. i don't have to pay for your mammograms and you don't have to pay for my prostate exams. i did my research, bob. the tax credit makes sense. >> eric: it is a pig by another name. a pig with lipstick. all you're saying is if you want the tax credit you have to buy insurance. but if you don't buy insurance, you're going to get a 30% increase. >> dana: isn't that at the discretion of the health insurance company? >> eric: listen to me. it's not even the government taking it. it's not paying for obamacare. >> dana: conceivably the health insurance company could decipher my competitive perspective not to if they want to won your business.
>> eric: if they really want to do all this, drop the stateline issue and make it competitive. >> dana: the president said it's coming. >> eric: but they didn't say that at the beginning. all of a sudden, later in the day, it became phase ii and phase three. greg, i know you hate this but what does it really due to your insurance premiums? this bill does absolutely nothing to it. they don't go down at all. in fact they may even go up. >> kimberly: the dog chases the car and gets hit by it. >> eric: woman outside of chicago who has five kids who can barely pay for her health insurance. she hates obamacare. this does nothing for her. >> bob: i am serious. the democrats were going along with state lines. that's one thing they would've agreed to. i'm amazed they didn't put it in. it's a no-brainer. >> dana: maybe they will. >> eric: what are they waiting
for? one of the biggest talking points of the last six years. >> kimberly: they have the momentum and the goodwill. as we mentioned, not all republicans are happy with the legislation either, particularly senator rand paul. >> the house bill put forward as obamacare lite. it won't work. premiums and prices will continue to spiral out of control. in fact, they acknowledge it in their own bill but i think obamacare lite doesn't fix it and i think it's a mistake to go for it. the negotiation will be conservatives saying we are not going to take obamacare lite. >> kimberly: you are hearing some of the reaction today. >> dana: i wanted to pick up on something greg said. you said at least they are having the debate. as republicans they can say at least we are having this debate and not the other one. if hillary clinton would have won, we would've been debating whether or not to go to single payer which is what they left really wanted. there will be republican on
republican violence and they will have to try to work it out. but i think now that they have president trump to be able to help them push it. he will have to see how he can corral them. he might have to break a few kneecaps. in a charming way. >> eric: this is -- >> greg: republicans creating a government program. it is like a democrat trying to say radical islam. >> dana: the republicans have become the custodians of an entitlement program president obama put in place and they are trying to do it in a way that doesn't cost as much money. if they wanted make people mad, why don't they make them really mad. >> eric: they had six years to finish it. we don't know how much it's going to cost. we don't know how many people are going to lose their insurance. here's the point. , putting the competition across state lines wouldn't affect the
cost of this to any individual. it wouldn't ensure fewer people. it wouldn't cost the government anymore money. there must be a deal at the other end of it somewhere. what's the deal that we have to give up to get it? >> bob: i want everybody to know kimberly and i are still here. we are still on the show. i will give you the political answer to across state lines. eric is right. they used that over and over and over again. it's a bad sales points. people say, what do you mean i can't buy it over there? democrats got tired of hearing it. they ran the numbers and it didn't make that much difference. they say yes. free market, good, we are for i it. >> kimberly: they are not going to be able to escape some of the criticism we saw with obamacare because as it goes along, there are still may be people that are going to lose their coverage which is going to be problematic, especially when you have a system that's not sustainable financially to support itself. it's eventually going to cave in on itself. >> eric: you know this feels
like? feels like, remember when nancy pelosi said we need to pass the bill to find out what's in it, they are almost asking us to do the same thing. trust us. phase ii and phase three will be great, so vote for it now. i would like to see phase ii and phase three. i don't think they are going to get it. the freedom caucus and the house is going to say no. there are at least four senators who will say no. >> dana: then what does the president do? >> eric: don't ever call it trumpcare. >> kimberly: the new health care bill. >> greg: american health care bill, kimberly. get it right. >> kimberly: the new health care bill, also known as the american health care bill, defines planned parenthood. the president says the abortion provider could still get federal money under one very important condition. next.
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season. >> a lot of people say it's an abortion clinic. i am opposed to that and i wouldn't do any funding as long as they are performing abortions and they are performing abortion so i would be opposed to funding it. i would defund it because of the abortion factor which they say is 3%. i don't know what percentage it is. i would defund it because i am pro-life. millions of women are helped by planned parenthood. planned parenthood does some very good work but i would defund as long as they are doing abortions. >> eric: president trump is offering the abortion provider a deal. the funding will stay if abortion goes away. planned parenthood has rejected the offer, saying they will always stand for women's ability to make decisions about their health and lives without interference from politicians. bring it around, k.g. as it stands, federal funding can't be used for abortions but that is the gray area of planned parenthood. >> kimberly: trying to acknowledge the fact that planned parenthood provides
valuable medical services and screening for women. it does. the problem they have is that it's morally objectionable to millions of americans that some of the federal funding from the united states government is allotted for abortion services. the president is saying you also taken a tremendous amount of money from private resources and donations. perhaps you should earmark those funds that are private, do with it what you will, that's their business for their organization. but federal funds should not be marked for that. >> eric: lets me get dana in. get the women in first. your thoughts on the trump administration and the planned parenthood response. >> dana: this was a chance for president trump to fulfill a campaign promise and social conservatives wanted. republicans wanted. when they were going to shut down the government last year when republicans were mad and
they said the one thing they were mad about was the republicans weren't able to pull funding for planned parenthood. even though planned parenthood itself actually has a pretty good approval rating. there were some senators like susan collins of maine who said this shouldn't be in the obamacare bill at all. or i guess what we are calling the american health care act. the money, they are instead saying, it will go to community health care centers. i don't know if there's enough acceptance of that. planned parenthood is going to fight tooth and nail. i think what's going to happen is republicans will put on the table that they believe access to contraception should be available easily over the counter. and that would be to maybe try to get this funding pulled but be able to provide access to the kind of products they provide there. >> eric: are you saying provide funds but your market for contraception -- earmark it. >> dana: the money would go to community health centers and
they would say we can handle this better than planned parenthood. >> greg: if you believe abortion is the taking of a life, than forcing you to pay for somebody else's abortion is immoral intrusion. that's the argument. i am amazed how the media salutes conscientious objectors over war but not abortion. the goal here is to dehumanize the unborn child. it's like a medical procedure, like getting a mole removed. so therefore somebody else could pay for it. somebody has to speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves which is why this dialogue, wherever it goes, is important. you are talking about this question. >> eric: why can't planned parenthood just decide to have one service for abortion and separated with a chinese wall and all the other services? >> bob: they do. i hate to correct my learned colleagues. they actually have degrees. but there are not a single dime of federal dollars going to
abortion. something called the hyde amendment. henry hyde made it -- >> eric: we are familiar with the hyde amendment. if 80% of what planned parenthood does is abortion -- >> bob: not even close. planned parenthood does a lot of screening, mammograms, they save a lot of lives. he was pro-choice when he was thinking about running for mayor 15 years ago. he has no idea. he doesn't know what planned parenthood does. >> dana: i actually think he does. i do believe anybody can go from being a pro-choice person to being a pro-life person. >> eric: you did. >> bob: i am pro-life. >> dana: if possible. >> bob: i didn't do it for political reasons. >> dana: how do you know he did? >> bob: i kind of made a guess. >> dana: none of us can say what's in somebody's heart when it comes to that. >> kimberly: he had a
personal, moving story about this. president trump had a personal story and he said it really changed his heart and mind about abortion. >> eric: we've got to go. bob beckel, you are pro-life but you are okay with spending $300 million. >> bob: i would do a billion five. i would do it on faith. faith doesn't allow me to accept abortion. >> bob: >> eric: i'm questionine funding. new words on president trump's allegations that president obama had him wiretapped during the election. stay tuned. many people clean their dentures
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>> i would expect jim comey to turn it over to some investigative arm and we would get to the bottom line. jim comey is an honorable guy. so is the president of the united states. the president must have his reasons. >> dana: director comey appeared before cameras today but didn't address the subject. he will be called to testify on march 20 other than open, public hearing by the house intelligence committee on russia's allegedly meddling in the election. the question they have a hard time answering is why doesn't the president just ask for the evidence? >> kimberly: the thing is, we just don't know. we don't know what stage of the proceeding, who has contacted, whether he has any kind of evidence. the purpose, nature, subject matter of any warrant contemporaneous with that time. was there a warrant that was larger and encompasses the area
of trump tower? we don't know. i guess, in due course, when the president decides come he will let us know but certainly it was a bombshell of a tweet and of a news story and breaking news, and now everybody is kind of scrambling to find out. unless you actually see the facts on the proof, we really can't know. >> dana: they are going to get closer because devin nunes, congressman from california, he's asked for the documents from the intelligence community by next friday. public hearing on the 20th. he said he doesn't necessarily have faith in james comey. are they prejudging the outcome? >> eric: no one is really held by those hearings. >> dana: it will be open, which will be different for them. >> eric: you can say whatever you want and rephrase things later. here is my issue now.
january 20, "new york times" reporter michael schmidt, who broke the hillary clinton email scandal, private server scandal, that was so massive. "new york times" clearly writes wiretaps at the the trump towed the report was given to president obama. according to him, and i am guessing he sourced it and second source stood, these taps were going on. how did he know about it? he had to have a leak from intelligence somewhere. on march 5, chuck todd asked james clapper, was there any surveillance to trump tower? he said none whatsoever. today bill hemmer asked general hayden if there was any surveillance on trump tower. general hayden cited for up to him, absolutely none whatsoever. you have comey, clapper, and hayden saying there were none but yet a respected reporter say he has sources. >> dana: hayden hasn't been a government official for many years. he's got good sources but he
wouldn't have been responsible. >> eric: director of the nsa for a while. >> dana: but not for years. bob, you are sitting there like a cheshire cat. >> bob: i love you all so much. i used to say my candidates whea hole, hand me the shovel. you guys have got to stop this. it's ridiculous prayer the -- s ridiculous. trump said barack obama tapped him, if that's the case, he's accused him of a federal crime. why not? he's lying. it doesn't -- he doesn't know. >> dana: activity in south korea. this was your point yesterday. worried about the north koreans. >> greg: i think we should put
a moratorium on the story for a week. we are going to pull a muscle. people disagree with me. i think it was a tweet born of frustration over sessions. shouldn't have happened but it did but we are running around the story like crazy people, and we are assessing a tweet with hyper literalism. it's a tweet he did in the morning. the winner is always going to be putin. chaos is his yoga. we contribute to his victory by playing into it. let it rest until we have some facts. >> kimberly: what muscle are we going to pull? heart muscle. >> bob: i think the thing to have done was to have sent one more and say i was frustrated. angry, mad. >> eric: or maybe the idea that he was told by an intel official who said we did have a fisa warrant.
>> kimberly: those three stories you said were trump tower specific. >> eric: that's my point. you have a problem with intel denying it. not the obama parts but the trump tower part. why is james clapper saying there was none? we know otherwise. >> bob: both trump and obama got briefed on all of the stuff during the campaign. trump knew everything obama knew. the idea of the hewitt there and suggest, i know you don't like barack obama and you know i don't like trump but that's not the point. you are accusing the president of the united states. >> eric: what the hell are you talking about? you have the head of the fbi saying there was no tap to trump tower and we know there was. >> bob: it was a bad tweet. >> dana: ahead, can america survive a date without a woman at work or at home? women across the country are
♪ >> greg: tomorrow is a day without women, a left-wing event designed allegedly to raise awareness of women's contributions so that women are being told to celebrate the day by skipping work. there's a great message for kids. so you're mad trump won, go home and sulk. naturally, tomorrow, who is missing? teachers. some cities public schools have had so many women call in sick they are shutting down. the event is based on the idea that women are oppressed. maybe so, but in the u.s., try the countries that sanction actual abuse. somehow i doubt these organizers
will. do women need to take time off to deal with an election? what if men did the same thing? electricians, sheet metal workers, bricklayers, tylers, joiners, truck drivers, laborers. why not call in sick because it's men's day? how would your wife look at you? she would laugh your lazy butt out of the house. how come it's okay for a woman and not a man? is it our inherent sexism that creates lower expectations for women? what are we saying about teachers, that they are not as vital to civilization? go ahead and play hooky, nobody will care. men's jobs matters, so stay right there. they women posturing, assuming women's careers are less important. i hope the teachers spend the day off with her actual kids, unless that's just another job too. i don't know where to start. >> kimberly: it's a bad idea. >> greg: it is all teachers, so the kids suffer.
>> kimberly: i think it's very selfish. if you are passionate about what you do, you march forward and go into those classrooms and say women are making a difference every single day in the lives of millions of americans, and starting here with the classroom and children. why would you want to have a child that's in desperate need of an education suffer at the detriment because you are upset about who's in the white house? it's ridiculous. go to a march if you want to, there is plenty of them, and you might make an extra 50 bucks. >> dana: [laughs] >> greg: if this was a job and your boss would say you are not getting paid, this is like a teacher's job, i'm assuming they're getting comped. >> dana: that they are taking a sick day. i want to make it clear i will not be here tomorrow but it's not because i'm taking the day off. i'm actually going to africa, and i'm going to be part of it.
tomorrow is international women's day and one of the things i've learned and it's been reinforced for me is that women who live in freedom, like we do, have an obligation to help women around the world who do not that need access to all sorts of things. health care, food, education for their children. i am -- i don't know if taking the day off tomorrow is worth it for these women? maybe they are going to go do service projects but it seems, what about the single mom who was to figure out how to get child care for her child tomorrow? >> greg: babysitter. and the babysitter has to be a guy. if there's going to be no girl babysitters. >> dana: apparently bob is available. >> greg: what about that teachers, will there be peer pressure? they are at school and all of their peers are going but they are saying, will they be looked down upon? >> eric: fine, you want to do this, take a day off.
the only issue is the public-school part of it. everyone is going to pay your taxes, and people who don't have the same agreements are paying the teachers to take the day of off. i believe there's a handful of schools in chapel hill, north carolina, doing it. not fair. >> kimberly: what about the moms at home? i don't get this. i think there's other ways to voice your opinion and women have fought so hard for so many rights in this country, i think the best way to show them who's boss is to celebrate by showing up. >> greg: how do you think the brass here would take if you said you're going to take tomorrow off because it's a special moment for me? >> bob: first of all, a number of things you have to be careful about. especially people like nurses who should not take the day off, obviously. >> greg: that is my point. >> bob: women in this country
do not make the equivalent of men, and until they do, they ought to stay home all the time if they want to. >> greg: you don't even have a fact behind that. we have already debunked it many times. >> bob: $0.79. you are saying they get a dollar for a dollar? >> greg: close. >> bob: other important people, cops. >> eric: do you think the women at planned parenthood are going to take the day off tomorrow? is there a silver lining there? >> greg: i think george soros has given over $50 million to groups partnering with this march. >> bob: what is wrong with that? >> kimberly: bob only mentioned the nurses that he might need to show up for work. >> greg: don't dig a hole, as you always say. up next, alec baldwin breaks some news that could upset "snl"
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>> the birther movement. >> you did. what is i says? >> let's take another question. >> i am from buzzfeed. >> no, no, not you. i took your quiz yesterday. i am not a joey. i am rachel. >> bob: tough times where living in. americans need comic relief. some "saturday night live" fans will be sad to learn alec baldwin could be stepping down as president soon. i hope he steps up as president, that would be good. >> the maliciousness of this white house has people very worried, which is why i'm not going to do it much longer, that impersonation. i don't know how much more people can take. >> bob: good point.
i will let you guys take it but you know the guy who played captain dan, gary sinise? he has always been remembered as captain dan. he told me once i wish i hadn't done that. the one thing. the last thing you want to do is go around being known as donald trump the rest of your life. >> eric: except the fact that he is doing a book about playing he's embracing it. wants to play a little hard to get because he is clearly in demand. >> bob: you don't think he's going to leave? >> eric: i think he will bring it back once in a while. >> dana: it was a humble brag. i am so good that i am actually affecting people. by the way, preorder my book. >> greg: i don't care. i don't care what alec baldwin does. i don't care if he continues doing that or i don't care what
he does for a living. i find it beautiful there was no danger of exhaustion during the eight years of obama where there was nonexistent purity's of their lord and savior. >> kimberly: maybe he's just not that funny or that good at it anymore. to be he wants to move on, like you said, not be associated. >> bob: his brother said, you know what you need? get a gun and come to upstate new york. which brother? >> greg: stephen. >> eric: greg has a brother? you did greg's show. alec baldwin. >> bob: not going hunting. >> kimberly: you did greg's show with me and stephen baldwi baldwin. >> bob: yes.
>> kimberly: we are interpreters for you. >> bob: read? >> eric: can we agree kate mckinnon is probably the most talented comedian on the air? she can do everybody. >> kimberly: i love her. >> bob: "one more thing" is up next. >> kimberly: i hate today. here's to the heroes -- america's small business owners. and here's to the heroes behind the heroes, who use their expertise to keep those businesses covered. and here's to the heroes behind the heroes behind the heroes, who brought us delicious gyros. actually, the gyro hero owns vero's gyros, so he should have been with those first heroes. ha ha! that's better. so, to recap -- small business owners are heroes,
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♪ >> kimberly: erica. >> eric: after a 7-week hiatus for the new president to get in the white house and get settled in, white house tours opened today. 45 minutes self guided tour. look what happened today. [cheers and applause] president trump showed up at the tour on the reopening of the white house tours. met the kids. they went crazy. it was like a rock star coming out. henley show the next clip? look at where he ended up standing. his right shoulder, screen left.
former first lady. and his opponent. >> kimberly: bob, it's your turn. do you have something really good? >> greg: oh, god, help us. >> bob: it's great to be back. folks, you know ben carson, the guy who ran for president, the brain surgeon. he was named with no experience the secretary of housing and urban development. big job. a lot of houses, a lot of apartments prayed he addressed his employees and this is what he said. >> that's what america is about. in land of dreams and opportunities. there were other immigrants who came here in the bottom of the slave ships, worked even harder even longer for less. >> bob: just a thought, dr. carson. go back to brain surgery. they didn't come here as immigrants. they didn't get paid anything i
suspect some people you knew, your family, or slaves. be careful when you say things like that. >> eric: he has one of the best brain surgeons. >> greg: you could be his first patient. >> bob: there is nothing there to work on. >> kimberly: you would have to remove the whole thing. >> eric: [laughs] >> kimberly: take it all out. out of your head. >> eric: like bob live in a nutrient that. >> bob: do you see what i put up with? every day. >> greg: time for this. greg's secret to happiness. in my life, there's nothing better than a nice warm bath and a nice cool drink. to make life better and save time, why not combine the two,
like frisky, one of the fat cats. get something to drink while cleaning himself. he doesn't mind if you watch because he's into that kind of thing. you can find him on tinder. >> dana: all all right, dana's secret to happiness. check these guys out. they are a japanese couple. they've been married for a long time. every day they were matching outfits and they posted on instagram. they have 89,000 followers and counting. they were asked, why do you coordinate outfits? it they said it's fun to wear matching close. greg, you might want to tell alayna about it. >> kimberly: the color wheel.
>> greg: wear different clothes. >> bob: go ahead. >> kimberly: thank you. honoring heroes. this is world war ii veteran sergeant eugene leonard. for his 99th birthday saturday, he took a ride on a b-17 bomber. he said he made -- he felt like it was 1941 all over again. he joined the marine corps in 1936 and survived the japanese attack on pearl harbor on december 7, 1941. he served in the air force where he spent thousands of hours and similar aircraft. a friend of his who set up the event said the veteran is likely responsible for saving thousands of lives. we say happy birthday, god bless you, and thank you for your service.
>> bob: very few world war ii veterans left anymore. 100,000 or something. it's wonderful. >> kimberly: set your dvr so you never miss an episode of "the five." that's it for us. "special report" is next. >> bret: a new massive wikileaks dump, document dump, as u.s. intelligence officials hunting for the leaker. documents detailing u.s. efforts to turn smartphones, smart tvs, and computers into spy tools. this is "special report" ." good evening. welcome to washington. i am bret baier. it's been called another catastrophic breach for the u.s. intelligence community at the hands of wikileaks. thousands of documents and files on how the cia uses cyberspace to spy on the bad guys and maybe even some of the good guys too. using the internet of things