the money. that's it. no agenda. just news. basic math. i'm done. have a wonderful evening. >> dana: i'm dana perino eric bolling, bob beckel, and greg gutfeld, and kennedy. it's 5:00 in new york city, and this "the five" ." chairman of the house intelligence committee facing new pressure to recuse himself from the probe into russia's election meddling. as president trump attempts to shift the focus to the clintons. more on that in the moment. democrats are calling for devin nunes to remove himself from the russian investigation following news he reviewed intelligence material on the trump team on white house grounds and then went back to speak about it to the president. jackie spier goes further.
she thinks he should step down as chairman. >> if you become a white house whisperer, you are not being independent. i think he has tainted the committee. asking for him to step down. in the interest of what we all care about which is the integrity of our intelligence community. >> dana: nunes maintains he has done nothing wrong. >> why not recuse yourself? >> i still don't know why. give me a reason to recuse myself, i might consider it. >> critics say you are too close to the trump administration to lead the investigation. >> i don't know that they've actually said that. >> will you share your sources? >> we will never reveal that sources. >> you feel you can credibly lead the investigation. >> yeah, this is politics. i understand that. people have to play different sides they want to play. it's okay. i'm used to it. >> dana: chairman says he won't recuse himself from the russia probe and speaker ryan doesn't think he should either.
here's the white house reaction. >> it's not up to me. he's a member of the house. i do think he's running in the investigation which we asked for. there is somewhat of a double standard when it comes to classified information. for you i'll report on sources that are leaking, illegally leaking classified information. that's appropriate and fine. no one questions that. the substance and the material. went to individuals or however many engaged in the process, have a discussion that is 100% legal and appropriate and clear, suddenly the obsession becomes about the process not the substance. >> dana: kennedy, i was away for a day and this grew more legs. white house wants to get away from it and the president tweets about it. we have is three-tier. -- we have his tweet here. wise in their an investigation into the clintons and any money they would've taken from russia. he is trying to do a "what about them?"
>> kennedy: spider has supposed to have eight legs but this is turned into a centipede. just because you sprout your limbs doesn't give me reason to amputate the others. there may be reason to look at the clintons, absolutely. i think that present is right when he talks about the furious bill clinton speaking fees from the russian bank that had interesting timing with the uranium deal. that hillary clinton rubber-stamped when she was secretary of state. devin nunes has, i think, done a really bad job explaining himself. and he has allowed the story to consume him. as you know, having been in a post where you really have to control a large part of the message, he is let the message get away from him. that allows for more suspicion, and i think there are some important questions that are not being asked by either party. and that is, were several liberties violated? was the law violated in the gathering of intelligence that was untoward or illegal?
that's the question we deserve an answer to and we are looking in the wrong place. >> dana: there's three pieces to the investigation. meddling from russia into the u.s. election. there is the allegations of collusion in the investigation about the trump campaign and people from russia. and then there's the unmasking and leaking. there are three issues. where do you think this goes from here? there was going to be a hearing, then there wasn't. mother's questions about former deputy attorney general was going to be allowed to testify. i am trying to figure out, where do we go tomorrow? >> eric: there has been a flurry of news going back and forth. we are talking about whether or not devin nunes capable of presiding over a committee investigation. i think he is. you may not like him. you may not like the fact that he met his source at the white house but the bottom line is we're going to see most of that. we're going to see the
testimony. some of it happens behind closed doors but it's not just beat deposing various people. there is bipartisan representation. i think he's capable of doing it but the more controversy, the more questions surrounding why did he get out of a cab. you're pushing the democrats to give you a reason to cite independent counsel when you really don't need it. it's going to come out when we watch the testimony. yates claims or someone claimed she wasn't allowed to testify and then they produced, or john roberts produced a letter that was sent to yates and the lawyer responding saying she was notified of the testimony. i think also there were supposed to be some testimony yesterday. that got pushed off so that comey and rogers could testify. they said they weren't going to show up. that got delayed. in the confusion, you are right. it's time here let's have the hearing. >> dana: the other question is if representative nunes needed to go to the white house to meet
somebody, why doesn't that somebody working in the white house call the white house counsel's office for the president and say i have something i really feel i need to show you. then the next day, nunes goes back to the white house and after he tells the press about it, not telling his colleagues on the committee. and briefs the president on what he heard. >> greg: i kind of lost what you are saying for minutes. >> dana: i followed it perfectly well. >> greg: it stinks to high heaven. this conspiracy stinks to high heaven. who's up lightspeed with the intelligence? ted cruz's dad. as a way to deflect the media from pizza gate which is actually harboring president obama's long form birth certificate. all comes around nunes is guilty of premature accusation. he should have waited before he had the information. if he held back we wouldn't have this problem. everyone is running around we don't know a lot of the answers so we are all this time
speculating for meanwhile, to me, i go back to watching the media. it's amazing how they are tearing into the story like a pitbull. they are salivating because there is chum in the water. where were they? where were they when you talk about the irs or the doj or benghazi? this is why people hate the media because they are selectively investigating. they are selectively being woodward and bernstein. they are hot on the story because they don't like the president. there are a lot of great stories over the last eight years that weren't covered. i want to point out that both sides are guilty. when the democrats a russian collusion, the republican say where's the evidence. when the republicans a deep state mutiny, and illegal leaks, the liberals say where is the evidence. it is like rock, paper, scissors. it just keeps going. have the investigation. >> dana: paper covers rock. bob, do you think the democrats really want this go to an
independent counsel or special prosecutor? as you know, as soon as that happens, everything goes very quiet. president trump would be able to drive more on his agenda. >> bob: we don't have to worry about that. i think we should go back and investigate why there were not more secret service at lincoln's assassination. very important. the fact of the matter is, nunes was way out of line. nobody but nobody would not at least tell their cochairmen what is going on. the other thing that spicer said in his way of screwing everything up, he said it was cleared. the last thing he said, it was legal and it was cleared. which meant somebody cleared this guy and called. >> dana: you can't get into the white house without clearance. >> bob: someone cleared him at that hour of the night coming out of a cab. going into some secret room. telling them what he's got.
>> eric: you are right but then you make the leap. no one knows. it will only come out in testimony under oath. you're right. he needs to be cleared to get in. that doesn't mean he met with the person cleared him. >> bob: really? can i finish? >> eric: please. >> bob: thank you very much. now i forgot what i was going to say. the fact of the matter is, as everybody can agree on, this is a result of the taping or intercepts of two foreign nationals, and people got caught up in that. anybody within a half-mile range of an intercept is going to get caught up in it. the only question is, why are they named? that's a legitimate question. t. nunes, not only should drop out of the committee, he should get out of congress and get himself a criminal lawyer. >> kennedy: someone chatty, someone like sergey kislyak. the young cool guy trying to get
in. he is the russian ambassador. >> bob: he got killed in studio 54. >> kennedy: and reanimated by vladimir putin. >> eric: you can't say by the way, they may have named those guys. unmasking, illegally unmasking americans names could be a very, very serious crime. up to ten years imprisonment for doing that. >> bob: exactly right, but the question is, is it illegal if you do it as a sidebar investigation on russia that the name comes up that you could turn it over. >> eric: once you unmask them, that's the illegal act. >> dana: one of the things the chairman said is that some of the names weren't unmasked but that he could tell who it was because he worked on the transition. >> bob: he's a puppy dog. >> dana: it might be sloppy in
terms of the hiding of the names. >> kennedy: it is like someone who is in angela lansbury fan watching "murder she wrote" and figuring out the ending in the first 7 minutes. >> greg: you two. the big winner is always going to be putin. the longer the circus goes on, the harder the shirtless man on a lion laughs. he is in his underwater fortress rubbing his hands. >> bob: you mentioned the irs investigation. this allegation, if it's true, that putin and the russians somehow got wikileaks to get their stuff out, it is they were single atrocious thing a country could do to another. unmasked putin for what he is. he's a thug, autocrat. >> kennedy: i can't believe you are agreeing with dick cheney. dick cheney said this is an act
of war. >> bob: it certainly is. >> dana: it technically is. >> kennedy: u.s. factions within the republican party. >> bob: if you have people around putin who contacted the wikileaks and sub leak it it's an act of war. it will ruin trump, and it should. >> greg: it could be, as trump said, a hoax designed for the democrats lost or it could be a massive scandal. or it could be a bit of both, which is the answer. it's never one extreme or the other. it is somewhere in the middle. >> eric: can we point out it's been going on for decades? the russians trying to influence and hack into. however, for the intel community saying yes they have tried but they've been doing it for decades. no, it had no effect on the outcome of the election. >> bob: it's true of the intercept but they never tried to use a third party to discourage people from voting for another person. >> kennedy: how did they do
that? >> bob: wikileaks and the emails. >> kennedy: what about the emails we got from the state department? because of the hillary clinton investigation. her server investigation. are you saying that the podesta emails were more daming? -- damning? >> bob: absolutely. >> dana: my new rule is that anyone who works in news should say whoa. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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>> greg: back in the days of world wars, american companies didn't think twice about pitching in to help the enemy. food companies created rations, sometimes they had to do it but no one had to twist her arm. unlike today. consider the internet firm what'sapp owned by facebook. it was the communication tool used by the terrorist in last week's attack in london. what if your product during a time of war happened to help out the enemy?
it's not your fault. but why must we pressure you to help? british home secretary amber rudd is calling what'sapp out for giving the enemy a place to hide after security services failed to access the terrorist last message which was sent minutes before he killed those innocent people. something tells me he wasn't texting mo gees to his pet goat. what'sapp lets users send encrypted messages which are sealed off so scotland yard can't access what could be a key clue. it may be hard for seo to imagine his family being victims on the bridge last week but why not try? if one clue prevents the death of loved ones, those loveless could one day be yours. if facebook were a religion, it will be the third largest behind islam and christianity. it success is rooted and capitalizing on the human desire to bond. if you make billions of dollars off connecting them, may be the least you can do is help keep
them from being blown apart. the thing that drives me nuts, dana. i know it's not google's fault or facebook's fault or twitter's fault. they are all probably wonderful people. but why do you have to pressure people to cooperate? >> dana: i don't know. we go through this over and over again and i don't know why there can't be some sort of revolution or understanding with it companies on law enforcement. at this point, you'd have to say are you standing with the terrorists? remember, you are either with us or against us. but i was thinking about video cameras. let's say he has gone in and bought something beforehand. we have seen many convenience store cameras footage that lead us to close to figure out what happened in a crime. they turn it over. i don't understand why what'sapp thinks that's any different? i understand privacy. i get the privacy part but at some point by right for privacy
should be superseded possibly by my right to be protected against someone who is planning an attack. >> greg: i think you can have both. i don't understand why the war on terror is somehow different from fighting the nazis. because it's global and harder to grab it? >> eric: i would agree. this is going to be a philosophical discussion we have that may be a lot of people don't like my stance on it but you ask what'sapp to turn over, to break their encryption, you've basically told them you are going out of business. then you talk about all the other encrypted websites to go out of business. now, yes, i understand the security versus safety issue. the constitution does say until you are a target or there's a court that says you are a target, you are supposed to be able to keep her privacy. here's the sliding line. yes, terrorism, everyone would agree find out who did it and why and how.
does murder fall in the same category? maybe it does? does rape, kidnapping, car theft? what about cheating on your spouse? >> dana: those are all crimes until you got to cheating on your spouse. >> eric: it's a gray area. which things do you want to break open your right to privac privacy? >> greg: i think if there's a murderer on the loose, it's enough. >> kennedy: i think what'sapp is showing how good their technology really is and they are doing a service to their customers because they realized this is a company like apple and the san bernardino case. they are not going to fall to pressure. what we saw from facebook is a statement saying no, we absolutely are doing whatever we can to work with scotland yard and we feel for the victims of the tragedy. and of course of all acts of terrorism. by the way, these companies, big tech companies, regularly work
with law enforcement. they honor warrants. it's not as though they built a terrorist loving wall and silicon valley. what they have built is technology that is so good their customers want real encryption. that they can't break, they have no desire to break, and their customers see they are true to their word. a lot of companies would rather go out of business than kowtowing to government demands. the reason people want this kind of privacy, the reason people want this kind of security is because they don't trust the government in the first place, and they don't buy into the false notion that somehow the world a safer when you have less privacy. >> greg: i get your point. it's almost like electricity. people use it for good and bad. in this case, if you know that there are people doing evil things and you have there devised, what's wrong with not cooperating and figuring out how to get into it? >> bob: i would like to say this is "the five" at 5:00 and
this is the 15th time in a row i've been asked the fifth question. if you can water board terrorist, you can water board people who run that company and find out. i have no sympathy for them whatsoever. i understand what eric is saying. there's got to be a way for them to set up a monitoring device in their own company to look at certain messages that may or may not, say they are in countries like england which has been subjected to a lot of terrorist attacks but why not have something that can filter out those countries and informs people like scotland yard. i don't understand it. >> eric: you can subpoena texts and information for and what asking for is the back door. kennedy points out the iphone case where apple said we are not going to give the fbi the back door to this iphone because once you do that, you've ruined the product. you have deemed it unnecessary. then it becomes like any other phone.
terror may be your line in the sand. stealing from the corner bodega might be someone else's line. that's why it's a slippery slope. until you violate -- you have to protect innocent people's privacy. >> greg: the interesting thing is you need a free society in order to create and invent great products. if you have an x essential terrorist group that wants to end your civilization, you will not have your freedom that allows you to make these device devices. >> kennedy: that's the thing, there's other ways of using intelligence to capture the people and figure out what they are doing aside from encrypted chat services, including a lot of sites that there are conservatives and liberals want to shut them down. but her even pinterest. >> eric: if a terrorist is hiding in a neighborhood, you don't know which house. the easiest thing to do is kick down every signal door in the
neighborhood. you can't do that either. there innocent people who don't deserve to have their door kicked down prayed >> greg: that's why you can look at the phone of the other terrorist and go, he lives on 13 elm street. i will decide. i got the free time. i do it when i get home after "the five." ahead, sanctuary city mayors fire back at the trump administration. that's next. e with geico! goin' up the country. bowl without me. frank.' i'm going to get nachos. snack bar's closed. gah! ah, ah ah. ♪ ♪ i'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? ♪ ♪ i'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? ♪ geico motorcycle, great rates for great rides.
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interagency task force to dismantle criminal cartels along with historic actions to secure our borders and remove criminals from our country. >> eric: removing illegals who have committed a crime is a top priority for the president. any local governments that won't turn them over to the feds will have their funding, face their funding cut off. attorney general issued a warning. mayors like chicago's rahm emanuel remained defiant. >> my grandfather came to chicago 13 years old. because it was a welcoming city and we are still going to be and always will be a welcoming city whether you are from poland or pakistan, ireland or india or mexico or mulled over you. if you believe in the american dream, we welcome you to the city of chicago. >> eric: bob, do you want to go first? >> bob: i do.
what trump said about the task force, for the last 15 years, it's become a safer and safer country. he's got to go to history classes. secondly, what we need is not to have his attorney general say after were going to cut off federal funding for law enforcement. exactly the kind of people you need to take care of the people who are criminals who are illegals. i am for doing all that. i'm not for ripping a woman who's got cancer out of the hospital, even if she wasn't that sick, and her kids waiting for her in new york. that is sick, and it's a thug. >> eric: can we put that to rest? >> greg: we have been taking care of that woman for quite some time and we are still taking care of her. since i am already yakking -- >> eric: one more thing about bob pointing out. they started under president obama wanted to earmark education funding for deportation. >> bob: i agree with you.
in favor of a sanctuary at in the last block. >> greg: you have a mayor of the city where the primary aerobic exercise is bullets. saying it's a welcoming city is like the captain of the titanic asking people in the lifeboat to come back for a drink. sanctuary cities are there to allow illegal aliens out of the shadows to report crime. this is reiterated by everybody. i can't find the statistic. i haven't seen a statistic that says illegal aliens as a group are dependable sources of information for police. if somebody gives me that, and i have a feeling kennedy might come i don't know. that i will say yes but i haven't been able to find out. >> eric: can i bring dana in on rahm emanuel? is he a guy who should be pitching this idea? >> dana: he said he's proud to stand with 34 other cities and
states. there is a caucus, so to speak. it's not the biggest one. the government, federal government uses funding as a carrot and stick approach. taking away the law enforcement would be the severe stick where his education finding might not of done it for them prayed on understand and i maybe need more education about this. rahm emanuel went on to say the demonstration plant is not federal funds to cities that are standing up for their values is unconstitutional. that part i don't understand, how it's unconstitutional. what's the constitutional harm? >> kennedy: what is the obligation of the federal government to be funding cities in the first place? i agree that i don't pick we should be withholding funding from law enforcement if the argument is that crime is going up. i don't think you can say it's only because of illegal immigrants criminal activity but i will say that oftentimes
immigrants are a very valuable source of intelligence. for law enforcement. local cops have to be able to talk to people and get information. adding an extra layer -- >> greg: adding anecdotal evidence. >> kennedy: oftentimes when we talk about the war on terror, there's not enough human intelligence. that is something they could learn from local police departments. >> bob: the fbi has reported 15 years straight decline in violent crime. >> dana: one of the best things about being in power at the white house is that you have the power to convene. the president has been having these meanings and tomorrow his secretary of homeland security, general kelly, is going to meet with a group of mayors. it's a diverse group. not everybody from sanctuary cities. it's a real mix and they're going to be talking about the
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livelihoods. i made them this promise. we will put our miners back to work. with today's executive action, i am taking historic steps to lift restrictions on american energy, reverse government intrusion, and cancel job-killing regulations. >> kennedy: these regulations are job killers, but i'm not a bob keller. i want to know how you feel about the president's promise, west virginia coal miners, pennsylvania, and other areas of the country. they are awaiting this news that their jobs will be returned. >> bob: sending cole down in the creeks send people lose their houses. the one thing about climate change, even the amateurs he listens to will agree sea levels are rising. the first place i hope grounds is mar-a-lago and the billionaire friends. the idea that you would roll
this back. for the most part, we've worked hard to have this. every year the republicans want to do away with clean water and clean air prayed they don't get away with it. the reason is, they usually live in nice places and better houses and have never been around a poor person who lives in a place where they could -- >> greg: what are you talking about? >> bob: name me a republican that lived in a poor -- >> greg: climate change is about cost versus reward. are you willing to spend money to reduce the temperature by a fraction of a degree. a fraction that might be beneficial to people in other countries. slightly warmer climate is beneficial then a slightly colder climate. hundreds of thousands of lives a year with a slightly warmer climate. >> bob: who is the quack we used to have on here all the time? the loudmouth, the climate change guy. >> greg: what are you talking
about? >> eric: you're not talking about al gore who promise new york city would be under water in 2015? >> bob: no, i'm not talking about him. >> kennedy: let's talk about some of the president's promises. he said were going to have fewer regulations and a cleaner environment. is it possible to have both? >> eric: yeah, listen. the other part of the equation, when you eliminate some of these restrictions, you open up the oil industry which happens to provide millions of decent to high-paying jobs to people who need jobs right now. keeping the cost of energy down but it's also one of the most employed industries. >> greg: bob has a job in tv peer he doesn't care about them. >> bob: i have to think the oil industry does a very good job. >> kennedy: why would you want
to kneecap an industry that continues to make money? he's not made the shift to renewable resources. we are still using fossil fuel. the previous administration tried to shut that down and eliminate that stream of revenue. when you do that, you stifle innovation. you don't have the capital to invest in renewable energy. >> dana: this goes around and around and it's been going this way since 1992. when president trump came into office, he said every policy i'm going to think about jobs first. i thought it was bold for him to go to the epa to sign it today. most people that work at the epa believed in it so much. the clean power plan president obama put in place is actually not in place. the supreme court in 2016 said this is a huge overreach by the epa. it's been in court and it's not in place. the other thing he announced today which i think will be beneficial is that in the obama administration, they did this
thing called a guidance that said every project has to have a carbon check. that goes away. doesn't mean you can't have a clean environment if you add more market principles. you can do that. doesn't mean you can't continue to have international dialogue. >> kennedy: more innovation, more technology. >> bob: he's going to tear the epa apart. it won't be there next year. he put a guy in there who was an anti-epa guy. may be -- >> eric: the original question, the way you do it is the free market forces. provide tax incentive for companies to use cleaner and more efficient ways. out of the ground and transported to. >> greg: nuclear. time for nuclear. >> kennedy: coming up, have you been feeling lonely lately? may be a little blue?
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designed to bring people together. according to a recent study, they are making a lot of losers isolated and depressed. if you are feeling lonely, you might want to cut down on those things. all my colleagues have theirs out every break. i'm going to find out, eric, are you feeling lonely? >> eric: when i go on facebook and twitter? no, i don't. i thought it was funny, your losers when you meant to say users. >> bob: my eyes aren't good. i can't read that far. >> dana: i don't feel lonely but i could see how it can make you feel more isolated. if you feel like you can get the social interaction on your phone, why do you need to leave your house? >> bob: my son and his girlfriend text each other in the same room. >> dana: that's common. >> kennedy: they are talking behind your back. >> greg: he's not going to bed. when will he go to bed?
social interaction is our survival mechanism, like water. but you can drown in water. i think we are cheapening social interaction by doing too much of it. it's like, i was thinking about this. when you are a teenager and you had a crush, you had one picture of that person. it was a really special picture. you've treated it like a diamond. now you have 1,000 pictures every day, and you lose value index. there is too much of one thing, and you should have one thing and study the wrinkles in the lips, study every part of it rather than have too many. >> kennedy: who are you dating? florence henderson? >> greg: angela lansbury. >> kennedy: bob. i think there is something to this study. signaling and communicating are essential. not only as human beings but as primates.
other primates make faces. that's what we are doing when we send each other and mojis. when you look at other people social media and you realize what they're doing without you. that's what is so hurtful and off-putting to people. the ones who participated in the study were between 19 and 32. in this day and age, those are all still adolescents. >> bob: "one more thing" is up next. she didn't jump. that's amazing. are you on drugs? >> kennedy: not yet. >> greg: we should've gone to break by now. >> bob: goodbye, goodbye. >> greg: but come back.
now there's hundreds of kids who come in they are able to play on a national level. he teaches the fifth and sixth graders how to play chess and he teaches them to win or lose gracefully. here's a clip. >> can the best chess player in the world come from franklin county? >> absolutely. >> super possible. >> do you feel chas has made the community more hopeful? >> certainly parts of it. this flower hasn't bloomed yet. it is just starting to. there's a lot you have to come. >> dana: it's amazing what one person can do. greg. >> greg: he seems to bring a lot of peace to those children. >> dana: the children, greg. >> greg: the children. it is time for greg's corrections. last friday, this happened on "the five" ." what is your favorite kitchen utensil and why? >> dana: electric water cattle. hot water cattle. >> greg: saves a lot of time. you push a button.
>> dana: make tea. >> greg: the national utensil society contacted me and said an electric kettle is not a utensi utensil. it's an appliance. i want to apologize to the national utensil society for labeling it. >> dana: i am mortified. >> eric: fast and loose with that word. >> greg: i regret if i offended you. >> dana: utensil. i have to think about it. bob, you're next. >> bob: i want to take a minute and think all the viewers of "the five." you've been loyal. we appreciate it very much. yesterday there was a little girl standing outside the studio with the sign she had made, and in his good way, eric bolling went over and talked to her and she put the sign up. the producers open up the windows.
that's the kind of thing i think brings people to "the five." it's a family feeling, and eric yesterday. when i walked out, the little girl said it was the most important day of her life. >> dana: old. i heard jasper was in the picture. >> eric: he was. they were from florida. she is a 12-year-old girl who loves "the five." >> greg: bob, what was your original one? >> bob: you stole it. i was going to congratulate her to going to bosnia, wherever it was. >> dana: albany? >> eric: a bunch of economic members came through today. stock market jumped 151 points on the basis of consumer confidence jumping to a 16 year high and home prices up. this tax deal trumpet needs to put together is super, super important. he has to get this done paired one of the ways to pay for some of it or another way to
stimulate the economy is a repatriation plan i've been working on since 2009. bob. 2 trillion to $3 trillion sitting overseas. if they brought that money back, it would cost them 35%. they are not bringing it back. they've been taxed there. we get back at zero, take a quarter of the money and put it into, invested in your own company. corporate investments to match the stimulus plan. >> bob: who was one of the first people in favor of this? i was. >> dana: are used for its? >> kennedy: i am competing in a triathlon, leaving for hawaii tomorrow. going to be in kona. my mom is a lymphoma survivor and i am raising in her honor. you can go to my twitter @kennedynation.
>> dana: send us a picture. set your dvr so you never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is next. >> did the trump administration tried to muscle a federal prosecutor and push to cancel a congressional hearing into russian election interference? this is "special report" ." good evening. i am shannon bream. major developments tonight and the accusations and investigations into russia's attempts to interfere or influence the election. republican head of the house intelligence committee is resisting calls for his recusal. the white house is denying a report it tried to stop a fired justice department official from telling what she knows to congress. john roberts start-ups off. good