thing. really? you sound fat and you also sound stupid. have a wonderful evening. see you tomorrow. >> greg: i am greg gutfeld with lisa boothe and dana perino, eric bolling, and bob beckel, chuck schumer, a.k.a. faucet phase, said dems will block all funding for the wall. it's the same old stick. take a good idea like improving the border and recasted as widespread intolerance. here's a game for everyone. when schumer speaks, can you count the allies? speak of the president's
immigration policies are destroying local economies, causing chaos and panic in families and communities who have done nothing wrong. by using racial profiling and fearmongering to target law-abiding immigrants, the trump administration is putting people with a traffic ticket or status violation in the same category as serious violent criminals. >> greg: trump's policies are destroying economies? he is implying racial profiling? targeting illegal immigrants? there was more there but i couldn't came up. he should change his name to upchuck given the lies he throws up. profiling, by conflating legal with illegal immigration. he's not done. >> immigrants are an integral part of the country. democrats will be vigilant and strong in our commitment to upholding the promise of america
and shielding immigrants from president trump's policies. senate democrats are prepared to fight this all the way. my message to all of you, keep organizing. keep calling. keep marching. >> greg: once again lumping illegal with legal, blurring the path to citizenship. why would he confuse such thing things? gesture of fear and hysteria? when do democrats do that? 's oh, yeah. all the time. they know fear works when you're out of ideas. guess what. you can be pro-immigration while wanting a process that parent is it safe and legal. safe and legal. isn't that what the democrats always say they want. what's great about being a conservative, you can hold two ideas in your head at once. with chalk in the limited overhead compartment that is his brain, there's barely room for one. do you think he might supply
evidence to back up one of those claims? >> eric: it is the fearmongering. on the left, the mayor as we talked about her going to get together and push back. attorney general jeff sessions says they are debating holding back funding to the sanctuary states and cities and for what? in places like transportation, how about the wall? i am a conservative who was pro-illegal immigration. float this idea. every state has ten to 15 dmvs dmvs. walk-in, you're not going to get arrested or deported. you're going to go on the list, your documented, not a pathway to citizenship but pathway to legality. again, i think we increase
immigration that way. >> greg: the dmv, that line is going to get longer. >> dana: you can renew your license online. >> greg: not in new york city. i let it expire. >> dana: if you are a responsible adult and don't let it expire, you can do it. >> greg: dana, since you have already started talking. politics seems like an arena where supplying proof is no longer a requirement for succes success. fake news. >> dana: nobody cares. oh, okay. the one thing i didn't understand was destroying local economies. eric's thing yesterday shows consumer confidence it's the highest it's been in 16 years. if he has evidence of that, i would like to see it. i agree there could be economic harm if we curtail immigration too much and i like eric's idea of bringing in more legal immigrants are finding a way for people to get right with the system. the other way they're going to do it and senator schumer did
not allude to this. it's happening as we speak. the mayor of seattle is going to give a press conference. it is lawsuits. they try to talk a -- tie all of president trump's policies in the court. nothing gets solved for anybody for many years. >> greg: that's how they win. it's not fair. thing i keep digging about, it's difficult to force assimilation. you kind of have to start with the border. >> lisa: that's important but i like faucet faced better than upchuck. if you are senator chuck schumer and you're worried about chaos and people being upset, you think you would maybe tone down the hyperbole. clearly he is stoking fear and doing exactly what he's concerned about happening. senator chuck schumer is saying he's not going to support the
funding for the border wall. he voted for legislation that president trump is using to try to build the wall. 2006 secure fence act, so did dianne feinstein, hillary clinton, president obama. senator feinstein said border security was important that democrats were behind the border fence. >> greg: juan, what do you make of this? he is a lying liar full of lies. >> juan: sometimes i miss you but then i come back and i realized no, this is an alternate reality. >> greg: this is going to make dinner tonight awkward. >> juan: just because i sent you that text, don't think anything about it. the mayor of philadelphia said immigrants, legal and illegal have revived entire sections of the city. you can see that here in new york. entire sections of the city.
you start to spread fear, it's not chuck schumer. it's donald trump. >> juan: legal and illegal. why would legal be in fear? >> juan: let me explain why legal and illegal would be in fear. this is not something that's been created here or somehow fabricated by chuck schumer. it's real on the streets. the reality is you have people who think my family, my grandmother is going to be thrown out. hang on a second. there was a tape of a young woman in her car being driven to school by her dad. the data is pulled over and suddenly she's making a video with her cell phone of her dad being taken away and she has to go to school. that is real fear, greg. that's not games. a lot of this is tied to the idea, illegal immigrants are criminal. we have several studies in the last few weeks that say no, lower levels of people.
>> lisa: where were these people, where was senator chuck schumer when president obama was deporting illegal aliens. at a higher rate. >> juan: the whole idea was let's take this off the table. let's get immigration reform. they said obama was de porter in chief. they went off on obama and said he was trying to make friends with the republicans on a debt difficult issue and sacrificing hispanic voters. >> greg: i want to get dana. the border wall bids are integrated you put in a bid? >> dana: i did not but i can imagine there's a lot of companies that would like to try to get in on that. >> greg: first phase costing 600 million. >> eric: i think they're looking for 12 billion for
72 miles. that's phase one. so many ways to pay for it and mexico will pay for it in the long run. there are many ways to do that. of note that the mexican government said that anyone who offers to work on the wall is, almost treasonous in mexico. >> what happens if they block the funding? >> dana: i think president trump has explained his voters and supporters understand what he's talking about and will support it. as they found out last week, this isn't like going to a negotiation where you are like you are good? i'm good. you have 535 members of congress, different groups going to file lawsuits. watch the environmentalists. they will try to gum up the works that way. the funding is important and without it, you can't really start. watch the other things, the other big issues.
some of the border states are like, i don't think i'm for this. it's not as easy as flipping a switch. >> eric: can i ask you, juan, president obama did this and we've been talking about this. under president obama, he was earmarking some funds that were going to sanctuary states, the ones that weren't complying with federal law, taking some of those funds back from their education. >> juan: i don't know that. i'm not confirming that. i'm believing what you're telling me, i am saying okay. >> eric: my point is, it's not new to donald trump. the left is saying he is so evil, so awful to immigrant families buried meanwhile, this program was alive under president obama. >> juan: last night i saw on bill o'reilly show you had a member of the state legislature in texas for the governor has taken money away from austin and the money is being taken away. not from the police department but being taken away from social
services, education services in the city of austin. >> eric: that is obama's program. >> juan: i don't know that but i'm saying i will take it at your word. to me, that's not a productive way of going about it. let me add that we have a fox news pole. says most americans are opposed to taking money away as a means to punish sanctuary cities. it's not popular. >> lisa: if you are chicago mayor rahm emanuel, you're going to stake your political ground putting up a fight against president trump. there is a political element in trying to resist and push back on president trump because you're trying to set yourself up to run for governor, run for senate, congress, or whatever the next path is. if you put your stake in the ground and say i'm the person that stood up against president trump that helps them that they perceive it as helping them politically. >> eric: there is that feeling among conservatives and republicans that feel that the reason there's a big push on the
left for illegal immigrants to gain citizenship and statuses that show that once they do get the vote, they will never vote for a republican again. they will always vote for the party that got them, earned them that vote. >> juan: to me, if i was a conservative republican, i would say given the way the country is changing, demographics and the like, i'm going to make a big outreach to latino voters. they are family people. they are business people. they have values that are conservative, go with the agend agenda. >> greg: you are assuming people waiting in line want us to treat the people who aren't waiting in line the same way. they actually probably are for the right process. >> juan: i am all for immigration reform and enforcing the laws. i think the wall is a waste. >> lisa: the issue is jobs, economy, education. immigration reform is not in the
top three issues even for hispanics. >> juan: i would agree but why do you see conservatives vilifying, demonizing immigrant immigrants. >> greg: you did it again. maybe we appreciate citizenship and believe there's a difference between citizenship and residency. maybe that's it. we love immigration. we are not crazy about illegal immigrants. you say that but then you say why are you so hard i'm immigrants and especially illegal immigrants? a little shift there. >> juan: my point here is, rudy giuliani, tough on crime, mayor of new york. he was the one who established new york city as a sanctuary city. and this worked. it made our city safer. >> greg: may be rudy wasn't right all the time. >> juan: now you're going to attack rudy. >> greg: anyway, last word, dana. >> dana: i wish we could've been a fly on the wall in the meeting today secretary kelly haddock the department of homeland security.
you had mayors and law enforcement in the same room that are arguing on the merits, they are for it or, rather than arguing the politics which we are doing here. >> greg: literally you could be a fly on the wall. a little dana on the wall. all right, let's fly. i had, senate gave its first public debate on its investigation into russia's involvement in our election. what have lawmakers found so far? statement. ♪ hi, i'm frank. i take movantik for oic, opioid-induced constipation. had a bad back injury, my doctor prescribed opioids
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♪ >> dana: there's a lot of controversy surrounding the house intel committee investigations in russia's meddling in the election. it has stalled after devin nunes canceled the hearing in which he allocates was supposed to testify. senate intel committee is also investigating separately. we've got an update on that probe. >> it would be crazy to try to draw conclusions from where we are in the investigation. mark and i have committed to let this process go through before we form any opinions. i would hope that we would like
us to do. >> this was one of the biggest investigations the hail has seen in my tenure. >> it's important for us and i think all of us here to remember to not lose sight about what this investigation is about. outside for an adversary effectively sought to hijack our most critical democratic proces process. when we started this and saw the scope, i thought it was the most important thing i had ever taken on in my public life. i believe that more firmly now than even when we started. >> dana: the senators took questions from reporters. >> reporter: is there anything you've seen, either of you or your staff, that would raise any direct links to the president himself to what happened? >> we won't take a snapshot in time and make any observations on it, but we know our challenges to answer that question for the american people in our conclusions to this investigation.
>> dana: juan, that was a little different than what you seen the last couple weeks. two chairman battling each other and leaking. now you have these two senators, warner from virginia amber from north carolina, who at least in public look like they are able to communicate and work together and calmed everything down. >> juan: when this senate committee, separate from the house, separate investigation, when they started out, mark warner, who was standing next to senator burr threatened to leave because he was upset. that has all gone away. if there is anything standing in the way of a special prosecutor now, it's this senate committee. people can have some level of trust. i don't think there's any trust left and what's going on in the house. that's a circus at this point. >> dana: it's amazing, eric, how many people are working on this. we know the fbi's investigating and you have the senate who said they had 20 -- seven full-time staffers working on a deferred stuff going on in the house.
people at the white house working on it. it's taking up a lot of time and energy in washington. >> eric: three separate investigation. nunes, senate investigation, federal investigation. at one point, the reporter asked the question to burr, can you be impartial? and we trust you to be impartial running the investigation knowing that you were a trump surrogate or support at one point? he said he could but more comforting was senator warner stepping in and saying i have full confidence in senator burr being able to handle this investigation. i think they are going to get to the bottom of it. the reason why the house committee hearing was canceled before yates, clapper, and brennan is that they wanted to hear from james comey and mike rogers. that was offered but comey and roger said they were going to show up. it got pushed back. there's some news from last
night that chuck grassley is looking into what degree the fbi was involved the dossier on trump. with they not only received the information but did they pay for it? grassley looking into whether or not there was a payment. the dossier was put together by trump opposition research team. it gets really, really sticky. >> dana: greg, you said you had watched. did you feel reassured? >> greg: it's called a joint press or because you need one to be high to follow that thing. the more people talk, the less we know. we definitely need an independent investigation. i nominate jack reacher. here's my prediction. you have the hypothesis,
russians meddled with the election. the opposite hypothesis is no, this is baloney generated by sore loser democrats. the synthesis of the two is going to be correct which is that there was some meddling. i am protecting this, i am not saying i'm right, i'm just predicting. they are going to find some meddling but that's all they're going to find, i think. but you are going to hear about it for four years because whenever somebody is in power, the other side latches on to an issue and will run that issue. we did this. republicans did it with benghazi. but benghazi was real. it was. he >> juan: you should be embarrassed. >> dana: it was real. one thing i thought was surprising, to greg's point, senator warner was asked a question he said i do think we'll be able to get this done before the 2018 midterm elections. another year and a half from now. >> lisa: i think the difference between what we've seen in the senate and house is reflected of the various bodies
of congress. senate is a more deliberative body. i think it's important regarding the gorsuch stuff to keep the senate rules in place but it's important the senate is different than the house and keeping the deliberation and being a more thoughtful body of congress. there are so many questions. i think this is going to go on for a long time because there has not been any hard evidence of collusion but the fact that you have an fbi investigation, you can't outrun it. you can't ignore it. it's difficult to turn a blind eye to information based on the fact that we know there's an ongoing fbi investigation. i think this is going to be prolonged, but it's important. >> dana: because it's going to take so long, from a communication standpoint, i think they should appoint one communicator that is the point person who knows everything about it so that sean spicer, at the white house podium, can say thank you for the question.
you're going to have to call john doe, who was working on that. jack reacher is going to turn your call. that way they can focus on the issues at hand that the president wants to focus on for the press gets answers and they can find some space in the briefing room. that's my two cents. ahead, al gore isn't giving up his fight to convince us that the global is warming -- that the globe is warming. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
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who claims he invented the internet says the earth is still in great peril. >> it is time to put america first. that includes the promise to cancel billions in climate change spending. our plan will and the epa. >> the next generation would be justified in looking back at us and asking, what were you thinking? couldn't you hear what the scientists were saying? couldn't you hear what mother nature was screaming at you? it is right to save humanity. it is wrong to pollute this earth. it is right to give hope to the future generations. don't let anybody tell you we are going to get on rocket ships and live on mars. this is our home. >> eric: dramatic. the trailer came out yesterday, same day president trump signed an executive order to rollback president obama's initiatives to address climate change.
date outcome of the messaging, the timing. >> dana: i was remembering back, i think 2004, i was working at the white house council on environmental quality. it was the coldest day in a decade in the same thing happens. this sequel to the first "inconvenient truth" ran on that day. i don't know about the timing of this. i would imagine they have the trailer ready to go to get into the new cycle. >> eric: does this mean conservatives are all against clean air and water and we don't believe in any global issues? >> greg: we hate the earth. you can quote me on that. you know it's amazing about the story, do you know who proved al gore wrong? al gore. he said 11 years ago that in ten years, the planet, we would be in a planetary emergency and if you didn't listen to him, the world was going to implode. 11 years later, he has a sequel. he proved himself wrong. you know what else he was wrong about?
the polar bears. said the polar bears were drowning. we have more polar bears than everywhere and they are overweight. he lied about catastrophic weather damage from climate change. losses from national disasters are actually declining. most scientists agree there is no link between extreme weather and climate change print he was wrong on that. there was another really hilarious thing that he was wrong on. he said hurricanes were getting stronger due to global warming. no true. no category four or five. since 2005. he's a big fat liar. >> eric: one thing he did do is he somehow went from a lawmaker to a very wealthy man on the heels of some of these things. sold his tv network for $500 million. good business for him, climate change. >> juan: what does that have to do with climate change? >> greg: that is the green he cares about. >> juan: so every rich man is
the bad guy. i can't believe i'm sitting here with republicans? i thought you liked the rich. >> eric: i'm not complaining he made money. i am saying it's on the basis of this beautiful -- disputable e. grants and loans and book deals and movie deals. >> juan: the money we are talking about, i think he sold to al jazeera. this is so far afield. you guys have such trouble because you want to beat up on al gore but the reality, i was -- >> greg: i feel sorry for him. >> juan: record warm temperatures, a drop in arctic sea level. >> greg: lies. >> juan: severe drought. all of a sudden, it's easy -- >> lisa: al gore is clearly
trying to take advantage of the type of rhetoric about president trump to try to make money. smart marketing ploy. the song when he came out on stage. making a grand skeptical of it. president trump rolling back these egregious overreaches. epa, clean power plant. president obama did not get his cap and trade bill passed through congress. these overreaches in these rules and regulations cost americans jobs. you can have a balance but when you are pushing saying that you are trying to write legislation as the epa tried to do that are going to cost americans jobs, that's wrong. good for president trump for trying to roll it back and be responsible. >> juan: lisa, this is so unpopular with the american people. the american people want to be able to go to the beach this
summer. >> greg: the beaches are going to be gone tomorrow! >> lisa: is juan making an appearance in the al gore movie? propaganda. >> juan: how about donald trump -- >> lisa: how about al gore? he's making money. >> juan: the one putting on a show that will hurt people, having coal miners. he's not going to get any jobs back. >> eric: you know what, you guys? >> juan: automation and it's the fact -- >> eric: note to everyone, juan says you're not going to be able to go to the beach. hillary clinton has reemerged from the woods to try to get women to rise up against president trump. her sharpest political remarks since her devastating defeat
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♪ >> juan: welcome back. hillary clinton reemerged last night in san francisco at a conference for businesswomen. she poked some fun at herself but she also took jabs at her former opponent, now president trump. >> i am thrilled to be out of the woods. there is no place i would rather be then here with you other than the white house. let me let you in on a little secret. the other side never quits. sooner or later, they will try again. we will need to fight back twice as hard. resist, it insist, persist, and
list. the last few months haven't been exactly what i envisioned, although i do know what i'm still fighting for. i am fighting for a fairer, bighearted, inclusive america. >> juan: resist, insist, persist, enlist. >> greg: bill was in the back. >> juan: do you think she's making a statement? >> greg: i think the out of the woods joke is getting a little old but i dig the look. it's like an hbo or netflix comedy special. you have the leather going. the best idea for her, a reality show, hail, billy. cabin in the woods. no running water. >> lisa: would anybody watch that? >> dana: greg woodlock that -- greg would wash that in half a .
>> juan: i solomon teachers recently that said "still she persists." taken up on macconnell. >> lisa: elizabeth warren knew exactly what she was doing. there was an announcement she had a forthcoming book on the same day she did that. who cares what hillary clinton thinks? i am so over her and i'm over the fact of her using her sex to try to get votes or get women into think they have to vote for her for the reality is she wants to be critical of president trump and some of the rhetoric. the problem is she was a candidate devoid of a. she was a horrible candidate which is something people don't talk about enough. she ran a horrible campaign, not stepping foot in a state like wisconsin. she had more television advertising pursuing one electoral college vote in omaha, nebraska, during the closing weeks than she did in wisconsin and michigan combined which would have brought her 26
electoral votes. >> juan: the election is over. she stands as one of the leaders of the democratic party. >> greg: that's sad. >> eric: i'm not sure about that. that hillary clinton right there is much better than the candidate that we saw last year. she is more relaxed. she is more herself. it is not the things she was doing on stage. she was being so stern. this thing relax hillary clinton and her frankly was good to people who buy into that message pray that would be a far more desirable candidate to me than the one we had. one quick thing before you go. clinton foundation donations are down 37% since she lost the election. begs the question, were these people philanthropic donating? or >> juan: hillary clinton defended a reporter in the white house briefing room who
got into it with sean spicer. sean spicer said stop shaking your head. do you think that has power for american women? >> dana: it did because it became a big issue as soon as it happened. it was like, oh, my gosh, did he do that? i think sean recognize it. today he gave her the first question the briefing. trying to smooth things over. people are paying attention and i don't think it was right to say it wasn't persuasive. she did win the popular vote by over 3 million. she was not a good campaigner and she had a terrible tactic of not going to wisconsin. worse news for the democrats pray there is a great called "turnout wasn't the driver of clinton's defeat." turned out wasn't the. what they found in looking at the voter rolls was its persuasion. donald trump was more persuasive to white voters who had voted for obama.
the answer wasn't necessarily hillary clinton. it was probably joe biden. do they learn that lesson are not? with her at the home the -- ifs going to be the leader, they are not going to learn that lesson. >> greg: do you know who predicted that? scott adams. the number one factor is persuasion. he predicted trumps win from the beginning. >> lisa: part of persuasion is having a good message. >> juan: i think the election is over and i think you're going to see more and more of hillary clinton. first lady melania trump, she gave a rare speech today in washington to honor women around the world. we will show you the highlights. plus, her husband's optimisticue reform days after his party's failed bid in the house. i've been an army paratrooper for twelve years. i've logged hundreds of jumps
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night. >> nobody ever told me that politics was going to be so much fun. i know we are all going to make a deal on health care. that's such an easy one. hopefully it will start being bipartisan because everybody really wants the same thing. we want to greatness for this country that we love. so i think we are going to have some very good relationships. right, chuck? i see chuck. hello, chuck. i think that will happen. >> lisa: at least he has a good sense of humor. last night was a bipartisan event. his friend chuck was in attendance britt hoping for some bipartisanship. do you think it happens? >> juan: i don't think he's been playing of bipartisan game. he could change his tune and i think people on things like infrastructure spending, the democrats would support it. the breakdown would come from republicans concerned about deficit spending paired when it comes to health care, he says
that's easy. that reminds me of the same guy who said health care is more complicated than anybody new. he's a wonderful salesman. >> lisa: president trump talked about health care. they had some problems in the house trying to get it done. senate is even tougher. if do you think this gets done? >> dana: i don't know how they're going to do it. speaker ryan said they were going to do it. i think president trump doesn't look like he's having fun. he's joking around. he's in his element. it's hard to reach out to democrats. in many districts, he will probably be at a 20% approval rating, may be lower. you look at what hillary clinton said. resist, persist, whatever it was. do you want to be labeled the trump turncoat? >> eric: i think health care can happen but it's not going to happen anytime soon. i think paul ryan said it is on the docket and it's going to happen. i don't think so.
>> dana: i heard they were going to take a vote next week. on watch? >> eric: there were probably 25 freedom caucus members against it. the total number against. people reporting around 30. i heard the number was closer to 60 which means a lot of moderates were against it too. they have a hill to climb with health care. i think infrastructure and taxes can go simultaneous and should go next. >> lisa: greg, what do you think? >> greg: i don't know. trump has the advantage. he has the diversified portfoli portfolio. health care stock isn't doing that well but i've got epa over here, looks pretty good. i've got the jobs thing happening. check out the taxes. sanctuary cities. the key to having fun is to have five or six things, five or six pots going at the same time so if something doesn't work out, you've got the other stuff to
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talk about robots. it's awesome. go to radiodotfox news.com/ radiodotfox news.com/podcast slash the one. if you can make it any harder to find a podcast, i'm not sure if you could. here's an adorable moment when a young girl thinks she fell in love with a robot. turns out it's our water heater. >> hi, robot. hi, robot. i love you, robot. >> greg: if only the robots would love us back. i hate to tell that young girl it's coming and it's not going to be good. you think they are adorable now. if you keep yelling at me to keep going, i'm going to keep
talking. juan. >> juan: i don't want to interrupt you. everybody was worried about the cherry blossoms after the cold snap and the snow. on monday, my wife and i went to the tidal basin to take a look. there she is. i took some pictures. cherry blossoms were out. still heavenly and beautiful. national park service says they have reached their peak bloom last weekend. my advice, hurry up and go. it is still unbelievably thrilling to see such beauty. >> eric: last night, all of us had an interesting debate about privacy versus security. i went on facebook and twitter. on twitter, i put up a poll. i'm going to look at the window. everyone is hanging out and watching the show. 7700 voted. 60-40 in favor of privacy versus security. >> greg: you are not supposed to choose one. >> eric: a lot of people were
conflicted. a lot of people agreed with you. meanwhile, say hi to everyone. hello! >> dana: i will give up mine so lisa can go. shout out to the u.s. women's hockey team. they fought back, got paid. they deserve a lot of credit. >> lisa: melania trump gave a speech this morning regarding women's empowerment. she honored 12 women at the 2017 secretary of state international women of courage award. here she is. >> we must continue once again to shine the light on the horrendous atrocities taking place in neighborhoods around the corner and around the globe. together we must declare that the era of allowing brutality against women and children is over. while affirming the time for empowering women around the world is now. >> lisa: that's all i've got for you.
>> juan: when hillary clinton does something like that, you flip out. >> greg: set your dvr so you never miss an episode of "the five." that's it for us. "special report" is up next. >> shannon: how out of the house intelligence committee promises to fight while his counterpart in the senate promises bipartisanship in the investigation over russia and the trump campaign. this is "special report" ." good evening. i am shannon bream. two very different messages tonight coming from capitol hill regarding the investigations into alleged ties between the trump presidential campaign and the russians. the theme of the house probe so far is confrontation. over in the senate, they are preaching cooperation. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel is here with both sides. good evening. i >> good evening. top senators on the intelligence committee trying