back tomorrow, but first "the five" from new york city. have a great night. >> hello buddy, i'm jesse watters, greg gutfeld, eric bolling. it is 9:00 in new york city, and this is "the five" ." what did he know and when he know it? that's the question many are asking about president obama after the bombshell report last night about how back in october, mr. obama said it was basically impossible to rig the presidential election. obama said this despite learning in august that russia was in the midst of a sophisticated cyber campaign aimed at influencing the election. according to fox news,
president obama did not mention the meddling once between the time that an president-elect trump -- the question is if he owes the country and expiration for his silence. in case anybody missed it last night, here is what president obama said about reading and election. >> there is no serious person out there who would suggest somehow that you could even rig america's elections. in part because they are so decentralized, and the number of votes involved. there is no evidence that that has happened in the past, or that there are instances in which that will happen this tim time. and so i'd advise mr. trump to stop whining and go try to make his cake doughnut case to get votes. >> stop whining. >> the whining is coming from lots of places.
president obama knew all of these things. i believe there is probably is an expert nation in his mind, if you go back in time knowing what he knew at the time, he thought he was doing the right thing. question is, what he be willing to then share that with us now, or is he going to wait. he wasn't shy last week when he decided to comment on a republican health care bill. he wrote the facebook post about it. it's not that he's unwilling to engage in public debates. i actually think on this one, it's not a debate, i just think that people would like to know what he was thinking, what he knew. because at this point, everybody is on the same page that russia tried to meddle in the election. what we do going forward. that's actually the more important question. how do you protect the elections going forward like in 2,020, or 20,000 stomach if you go back to 2009, there was a model that worked well for president bush. that was that president obama
spent a lot of time attacking him about torture. it was vice president dick cheney that was not shy about coming out, gave speech after speech, the dual speeches against president obama. >> are you saying send joe biden out there to clear it up? >> i am. send vice president biden -- if the president ends and went to do it himself, i think that vice president biden is an excellent choice to explain what they were digging at the time. >> i have a better suggestion. they should appoint mitt romney to look into the russia connection because it was president obama who mocked the candidate when he brought up russia. >> of the 80s called, they want their foreign policy back. >> exactly. president obama, he painted himself in a corner. he said russia was no threat. same thing with isis. so his ego forces him never to admit that he is wrong. he can't -- these are all really big mistakes.
it's hilarious that the more that you dig into this russia story, it becomes the democrats try, not a republican story, and it makes president obama into the world's worst renter. he leaves the place in a far worse estate than he found it. if you look at russia, look at isis, look at iran, he is like a frat that trashes a hotel at panama city beach. he left the balance deposit balance. >> president obama is a little embarrassed about maybe what he said to mitt romney, if you double down on that, president obama got smoked by thelma pruden in syria, and ukraine, allegedly at the election. do you think he is saying, you know, this doesn't look good for me. that's why -- >> you don't want to say that it had a material impact. speak out the alleged tampering, i think was the accusation.
>> what we know from the reporting and the timeline and the chronology is important here in terms of the background. now we know for certain, talking about on the show last night, and as the story has developed, that president obama believed and knew that russia was trying to influence the united states presidential election. and may of 2016, they were already actively involved in unmasking officials and trying to find proof of collusion, warrants within the trump campaign at the time, trying to find if anybody was colluding with the russians. so if you knew all that and he didn't say anything when candidate trump got the nomination and he didn't say anything between the period of time when candidate trump got the nomination and then eventually won the presidency, why is that? >> not only did he not say anything, apparently he didn't do much of anything either. is that dereliction of duty when
you know that the russians are trying to create this espionage within our electoral system and he don't do anything about it? >> that's a loaded question. but let's talk about a couple of points. number one, obama being smoked. think about that, whether it's obama or donald trump or george w. bush or bill clinton or ronald reagan, they represent the united states of america. that means our entire nation got smoked, and that means that the current president still won't admit in our current election. even though -- >> did you watch last night's show? quan said the same thing and was debunked. >> so it would make -- in six months, that's great for american confidence. when you talk about how you talk about it, jesse, you pick up on the politics that she take the politics out of this. imagine if president obama at the time went to the america people and said that the russians have rigged our
election and we've got to stop it, and i'm going to have a full-fledged investigation. folks like yourself would have said that they are tipping the scale for hillary clinton, they are blaming this on donald trump. so the president had to make a calculated decision. do we do everything we can behind the scenes to stop this, including addressing him directly at the g7, or do we go to the american people, because possibly -- don't forget, republican controlled house and, had the former fbi director subpoenaed, and to grind the election -- >> you're saying he cared more about the politics and not the integrity? >> i'm saying the opposite. he cared about the integrity of the election to the point where he didn't want -- >> let me ask a question of the law, which is do you think the president should've come out? >> if he wants to come out and say that, he should, we can
question why he didn't do it. >> someone else wants to hear from president obama, it's newt gingrich. >> yes, there's a big russian story. it's barack obama, not donald trump. the congress has an obligation to call him. how can you be told that the president knew last august that they were involved in this and not ask him and ask him under oath? how can you be so irresponsible? >> what he think the chances are of barack obama testifying under oath? >> unfair. he is right now engaged in the greatest vacation ever. he's on a yacht, richard branson's private island. he's now in indonesia at the four seasons but he's not coming back, not with all of that. >> that's awful. >> hey, he wrote about it. to each his own. >> didn't he at one point say that you have to have enough money at some point, isn't there
too much money? apparently not enough money to satisfy him. >> last time i was here, it was -- >> it's the story. >> newt gingrich flip-flopped, i respect his work, but he flip-flops more than anybody else i know. he's for it, then he is against it, then he is for before 12:00. >> let me put this to you, richard. the left made a big thing about this memo that president bush got in the summer or spring when he was president, his first year, that bin laden determined was that mike to attack the u.s. then 9/11 happened. he got killed for that memo. now it looks like president obama for about six months was receiving very, very detailed memos and intelligence about actual russian interference and meddling attempts in the u.s. election. he did nothing about it.
what's the difference? >> i would say he got killed. i think people ask questions like they ask about russia meddling. i'm glad you brought that up, because you know what the senate did? they appointed a committee outside of washington to figure out what happened. then they released a book. that the 9/11 commission told people what happened. he has muddied the water on russia completely. >> camilli, would you like to respond? >> i would like to see through these murky waters. president obama did not say anything about it because he thought that hrc was going to be the next president, no need to upset that outcome that that that was predetermined. >> coming up, big news in the effort to get rid of obamacare. details i had. oooo.
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senate majority leader mitch mcconnell saying there won't be any votes until after the fourth of july break. president trump today invited republican senators to the white house and remains determined as ever to make obamacare a thing of the past. >> we have really no choice but to solve this situation. obamacare is a total disaster. we're going to see what we can do, we are getting very close. but for the country, we have to have health care, and it can't be obamacare which is melting down. the other side is saying all sorts of things before they even with the bill was. this will be great if we get it done. we have a chance to do something very, very important for the public, very important for the people of our country that we love. >> is for the democrats, they sent some blood in the water. >> no surprise that senate republicans needed another week or two to try to jam their bill through given everything it would mean. >> the republicans cannot
exercise the rotten core at the center of their health care bill. no matter how the bill changes around the edges, it is fundamentally flawed. >> this republican repeal bill is not some fine line that gets better with age. it turns sour. >> speaker of the house paul ryan is countering by saying that the democrats don't have any idea of their own when it comes to improving health care in america. >> i think the left is out of gas. i think they basically decided to resist, resist, resist. they want government run health care. it's not working, so what are we doing? we are replacing with a law that would actually work. >> so, greg, you have paul ryan saying, trying to ask planet, president trump tenex on it, and that montage of democrats same people are going to die. >> this the way goes. the democratic party is the boy who cries murder. everything we do is going to cause murder. all they are trying to do is, what's your problem, let me finish -- you're trying to
reform. it's something simple. you are trying to reform and entitlement, and that becomes literally a massacre. see you can't even touch anything. schumer a.k.a. clown face, says it's rotten at the corporate what is at the core of this? choice. so here's the difficulty we are comparing something mandatory, obamacare, to something that is optional, which is this new thing. it's like comparing a prison cell to a bedroom. one is mandatory, one you can leave. you can leave your bedroom, you can't leave a prison cell, you can leave the new bill, you can't leave obamacare. so instead of treating these options as the same, because can't compare a prison cell to a bedroom, why don't you make the cell more like the bedroom and introduce competition and choice. because it's not going to go away. that's what they are trying to do. they are trying to at the core put choice so that the prison cell is more like your bedroom. >> did you just say make the
bedroom like more competition and choice? >> that's what you heard. [laughs] but that's not a bad idea. go to my website. [laughs] >> does it actually replace and repeal? you have moderates who are unhappy because president trump brings them all for the white house today, how do you actually try to fix that where you have conservatives and moderates as a way to get ts? >> we are going to find out. i would rather delay a good bill then rush a bad bill. and senator mcconnell, as like the jedi knight of the senate. whatever's going to happen it's going to be a lot smoother than what happened in the house, i can guarantee that. >> . >> there are a few republican senators, that want to repeal this because they want to do and under the label of obamacare lights. you are operating under the existing framework. then there is the conservative holdouts that when a full on repeal and replace.
and then there are people that are on the fence that love the medicaid goodies. so i don't know how they're going to thread the needle. some people say that mcconnell has designed this thing to allow these holdouts who have been at the last minute -- we've been at the last minute, with a few tweaks, then claim victory. if that happens, that's fantastic. but i just think ultimately the republicans really want to reduce premiums and reduce the deficit, they are treating americans like adults. if they're going to try to force someone to buy a product that they don't like or want or need. >> i am all for tweaking. >> kimberly, i talk to somebody who knows senator mcconnell, and they said he wouldn't vote if he thought that there be a different outcome and a month then he would have had today. >> i think that's 100% correct. that's a great prediction, you said last night it wouldn't happen before the fourth of july. i think they feel confident that
they're going to build to get this done. they need a little more time. it was quite a big push before the fourth of july, but the sad part is that the democrats who voted for hillary clinton, they think that these republicans want -- and members of congress, are going to kill 100,000 people, it's murder and mayhem. just to get 1% of the wealthiest people in america a bit of a tax break. that makes absently no sense. if they think that, then they deserve obamacare, not from care. >> that is with the democrats are saying. in addition to that, they've taken it a step further. elizabeth warren saying that the democrats should run on a single-payer platform. basically on socialized medicine. what do you think of that? >> i will get to the bipartisan first. social security is the third rail of american politics. i will change that and say that health care is the third rail of american politics. here's why. there is no perfect solution.
what the president tried to do with the help of one republican who voted for the bill, and ten months of hearings, president obama that is, he tried to find a way to make it work. what you are asking insurance companies to do who are privately owned, for-profit companies, isn't for people they don't want to ensure. which is a problem with both the affordable care act and whatever they want to call it, so what you have there if you've noticed in this bill, there's a bailout for insurance companies, meaning that they are saying that the insurance market isn't profitable, which is where elizabeth warren was going. you provide it whether you like it or not. >> are they that way because there's not enough competition? >> the affordable care act, the protection part where they have ten things that you have to cover, insurance companies don't want to cover them. it's beyond just maternity care.
they don't want to cover your ambulance ride if you have a heart attack, your retirement party. that's why -- they could do that before obamacare, and obamacare point aloud said that they have to cover the ambulatory care and that transfer. beyond that point, it doesn't matter what democrats do. he don't need us to pass this bill. donald trump's problem is not the democratic party. it's not elizabeth warren, it's not bernie sanders but his problem is his nine republican senators, probably ten by tomorrow, who want to vote against it. that's the problem. don't blame democrats. don't blame the other party. you guys have a super majority, get this deal done. your members won't vote for. >> what about the people that have no insurance providers this year or the 41% that only have one provider and no choice? >> i blame the fact that donald trump campaigned on repeal and replace, and wall street is saying that this is going away, and were --
>> president trump loves to call cnn's coverage of the russia investigation "fake news." the network hasn't done anything recently to change his mind. yesterday cnn announced three of its journalists resigned over a narrow attracted article that said trump ally was under senate investigation over ties to a russian investment fund. the network said that the article "did not meet cnn's editorial standards."
there's more. today the conserved investigative group project veritas released an undercover video of a senior producer at cnn criticizing his employer's coverage of the russia probe. >> honestly, he paints the whole russia [bleep], it's mostly [bleep] right now. we don't have any -- any sort of. they don't have it, they want to keep digging. look, you are witch hunting, you have no smoking gun. there's no real proof. >> the ceo of cnn sad end, said good job covering the climate accords. but we are done with that. let's get back to russia. >> back to russia. cnn put out a statement saying
that it values a diversity of opinion among its staff. by that do that to mean a diversity of truth? >> there's no such thing as a diversity of truth. >> is wondering why they kept doing the stupid story. cnn, the russia strike, it's like a kid staring at a pot of water on the stove having no idea that the burner is off. it's not getting any hotter. but now i know why. they had to keep matching the narrative. they created a story to match the narrative for the purposes of ratings. they were treating the story like professional wrestling. they had villains and heroes and they were following a path towards a climax, except that the climax never comes. that's why they keep rolling the stuff out. keep going on and on. we fixate on stories at fox, but it's not for ratings. it's because we give a. we talked about benghazi every single day. it's because we cared.
this is why your persona, on this table, and your belief in the green room should be the same. because sooner or later you're going to get found out. if you are off air talk about how my guns you own, then you come on here and start talking about how gun-control needs to be enhanced, you are going to be exposed for that. and that's important. >> this is a big story developing over the weekend, it has continued through this week. and it should, because it matters in terms of journalistic integrity. cnn was chasing ratings at the expense of human collateral damage and individuals they smeared, and also a bloodlust to go after the american president and delegitimize them. >> bloodlust? i don't know if i'd go that far. i do think that cnn -- listen, all cable news has a way of obsessing on stories. remember when they covered the missing plane for however long that was? i assume that they are doing that for business reasons, which i don't know if that is actually working for them, but also because it was the idea.
what he thought was more important was climate change. so there is also -- they're having an internal fight over what was more important. there are many people in the newsroom who thought it was more important, and the head guys were like, actually, it's not writing it all, let's go back to the thing that was rating. i sent you a note about this, anthony was so classy and gracious when cnn apologized, and he was like that's good, we can move on. then the reporters get fired. i'm interested to find out their side of the story. one of them, very for tonic formidable adversary when it comes to covering the government, he was the one that broke the news about kassam being held and george w. bush had to come out with that and he ran that even though they asked him not to. they are trying to cover stories too quickly, and they made a preconceived notion. and there's no need to. there's plenty of time. plenty of viewers. to go with a one source story
when you have four reporters, that's way out-of-bounds. >> without any evidence whatsoever to support it, jessie. >> i think dana makes a great point. russia is cnn's missing plane story. they are not going to find evidence like they did with the plane. i also think the scandal here is that the medical producer is eating chick-fil-a. what kind of medical professor it's chick-fil-a? i think this is a big black eye for cnn no matter how they spend it. the core of the video is what everybody already knew, that cnn is biased against trump, wants him to leave office, and they are pushing at the russia story for ratings and cash. now, if a fox news producer was caught in a video sting saying that the company wants obama impeached and they are pushing a bogus story about the president's birth certificate just for ratings, and the ceo is
on board with that, that would be national news. it would be national news. this was buried just like everything else. the real scandal is these three guys resigning, which i think they did honorably for pushing a fake news story -- gift >> also, the birth certificate is real. >> not sure that that's the best comparison. forced out, paid out, resigned from that situation. all right, what do you think. i guess you are happy that you are cute. >> i am happy that i work in. no, we have to split up to go stories. journalists get it wrong sometimes. these guys got it wrong. it's unfortunate. they resigned. cnn apologized, let's move on. >> it wasn't that innocent, without any -- >> one anonymous source. >> i'm giving you, but let's -- not so fast. let's talk about the second one. to have a medical producer who
doesn't work and breaking news, doesn't work on any of the major shows, probably produced for some obscure doctor in the background when they talk about heart disease and eating chick-fil-a. and this is what i call -- project veritas is the epitome of doctor to journalism. they put the camera in their hats, they show up -- >> and they got him. >> that's the point, i don't understand -- we should never uphold this type of journalism amongst real journalists. >> abc does things like this all the time. >> project veritas has been known to doctor videos. they've been known to dr. types. they have a horrible reputation. horrible. pull the facts, they cut meditate. >> everybody edit state. >> offer on this one, is a story stands at this hour, unless you can say otherwise, there has been anybody saying to
contradict or -- so whether you object to the means of collection, the way that they do investigative journalism does not change the content of the tape. that's the problem. >> my favorite sting video, if you love someone, set them free. >> i tried that with you. [laughs] more massive problems in seattle after yet another far left proposal goes awry. greg analyzes the situation after the constipated? trust #1 doctor recommended dulcolax. use dulcolax tablets for gentle dependable relief. suppositories for relief in minutes. and dulcoease for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax. designed for dependable relief.
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supporting families, which maybe there, and it maybe a tiny percentage, but this is basically for people that want to move up. if you raise that run, then you have to raise all the other wrongs. that causes more pain for the small businesses because you have to raise everybody's salary. the end result is you take a pie that used to have eight slices and now you've made it six slices. you've eliminated two jobs, which is why pizza joints are closing in washington. good looking guy. and smart, for as predicted the wage had killed over 6300 jobs and slashed wages by $125 per month in 2016 in washington. that's from a new study by the national bureau of economic research. it's real. "the washington post" calls "bad news for liberals." not workers. but liberals. that's the first instinct. there such jerks. but anybody outside could've seen this coming. let's say a shop has a jobs at
$7.50 per hour. and he doubled the salaries. if the budget remains constant, you need to cut for workers. that's math. they know math but they pretend not to. >> one constant in the last ten years have been the republicans in congress who are standing in the way of raising the minimum wage. >> we've got to raise the minimum wage to a living wage. >> if you work 40 hours a week or 50 hours a week, you should not be living in poverty. >> i'm very honored to join the fight for 15, this is a living wage. we are proud of what we do we've done in california. i know that we are proud of washington state, but we that have been the whole country. >> their combined ages 800. they set aside long-term -- even if the club hurts others. the result, they stripped the
job pool and future opportunity. these aren't for people to stay put, but to give them a head start. when i was young, i knew that first paycheck was temporary. hell, my job title was temp. democrats often believe that the last wrong, but we know that you can't get to the second run without the first. making that first rung too expensive only means more automation. see mcdonald's. remember the sign, no shoes, no shoes to make >> you know, i wish, kimberly, i hate having to point out that i was right. i would rather be wrong. i wish you could pay more at entry-level positions and have more jobs. but matt says no. >> it sounds wonderful, we want people to do well, we want families to be able to feed their children and to pay for education and for people to be able to leave something to their
loved ones so they are able to live the american dream. it's what we all want. but what is the best vehicle by which to achieve that? is it by making this mandatory minimum wage and weight, grazing it? no. the math -- in fact, really, in my opinion it operates as an unfunded mandate. on small businesses. a mandate, do not work, it only hurts job creation. hey, sorry, unless you can do this, unless you can subsidize the base economy, you can't live the american dream. >> richard, the people that think people forget about is if you raise the minimum wage, and in a business that matches somebody on the upper level, then it give everybody else erase because you can't have a 16-year-old making $15 an hour when the 60-year-old managers making $15 an hour. you follow me question right >> but i don't agree with you on that. here's my thoughts on this.
don't get me wrong, i think that we've to do some tinkering with this. but i think here's what we know to be true. most of the people who are at minimum wage who are the head of household -- -- >> it's a small number. >> what we know is this. when you take care of your family, that extra money always goes right back into the economy. usually what you see when you raise minimum wage like when george w. bush did, the last president to do it, you see an uptick in economic growth because they have less -- they spent all the money they get as soon as they get it because they have to make ends meet. and so is to create a system where that is not the case. i don't think the business model of not raising the minimum wage works. >> i would say that the federal minimum wage is what they were talked about there, and it was minimal, but there's not that many people that work in the federal government for minimum wage. also, the other thing i would say is that as an editorial in "the washington post," you mention workers, they also say that it's bad news for the employees. they showed in the study that
there was an economic impact for those employers. basically you have to make a decision on what you are going to do, in regards to your business. >> i think democrats always get burned by their own good intentions. when you raise minimum wage, he makes four people poor. you pull out of iraq, you create isis. you and act obamacare you raise premiums. you open the borders, it makes people less safe, and you expand welfare it destroys the family. and it makes people more dependent. >> this is getting depressing. >> they want to throw more money at things as a solution. more money, more problems. i forget who said that. also, the democrats don't understand basic mathematics. capitalism is not a charity cas case. capitalism exists to provide goods and services to people, and make profits for businesses. >> the free market. >> minimum wage is a stepping stone. you want to first flip burgers then flip houses. >> that's a good point.
>> a federal investigation and swirling around bernie sanders. according to reports, the fbi is looking into whether his wife committed bank fraud when she secured a $10 million loan for the note defunct college where she served as president. one allegation is that senator sanders office pressure the bank to approve the loan, although his spokesperson tells fox that the senator is not personally under investigation. here's what happened when one of our reporters asked him about it yesterday. >> where you from? >> fox news. >> cbs's reporting on this, politico, d is to believe it is politically motivated questioning >> i am glad that they're interested in the fact. that the republican leadership is proposing legislation which would throw people of health insurance. >> your thoughts. >> my thoughts are as he is an expert in debt. he's borrowed millions and close to college. >> he wants to make college for
a period yes, he did. >> congratulations on that, because it wasn't asked of bernie sanders over the weekend when a prominent journalist had him on the show. [laughs] >> i could've sworn you said -- >> they think they are above the law. hillary clinton, she thought she was about the law, bernie sanders thinks his bullet stomach above the law >> you can have your congressional office twist arms. >> i say innocent until proven guilty. but he's guilty. [laughs] he could be the new left-wing bonnie and clyde if they get convicted. if they are, i think president trump should pardon him, because that's the righteous thing to do. >> just when i thought you were going to take thyroid. kimberly. >> everybody deserves their day in court, so we want to wait to see the full investigation.
>> is it easy to prove this questioning >> it's not easy to prove. they have to go through and see what kind of intent, but there are number of people they have to talk to and say, you know, what happened, what transpired. what was the key medication, whether any text messages, emails, phone calls, personal notes, recollections. memos, typed up and linked to a professor. >> i am just shocked at the media's not covering the story more. >> in all fairness, it was covered by another network today. an hour before the show started. >> are they still in business? >> the greatest people are socialist. >> he lawyered up and that is the story, but guess what, jared kushner lawyered up, donald trump lawyered up, donald trump's lawyer lawyered up. >> and allegation -- everybody is lawyered up.
>> time for one more thing. i'll go first. donald trump has to rename crying chuck dancing chuck. after new video released of the minority leader cutting a rug at a picnic. there he goes. doing his thing. >> hey! >> he can dance. >> it's not bad. >> looks like a wedding. >> i like to see him dancing.
>> good old man dance moves. >> why is everybody wearing hats? >> a barbecue. >> i'm tired of watching it. >> it was a hat party in brooklyn. >> greg doesn't like it. kimberly? >> i like it very much. >> thank you. >> fantastic. everybody our colleague and friend eric co-foley has a new book, "the swamp," he talked about it on "the five," washington's murky swatch of cronyism. he worked on this a long time. "new york times" best seller from his first book. this is all about the deplorables. he has a dedication that's fantastic for all of you out there that voted and supported the president and think that d.c. is still a problem. this speaks to you indeed. can you get on it amazon and the president retweeted it already. there you go. >> congratulations. . congratulations. >> eric boling. >> our colleague shannon bream, co-host of america's newsroom, it's not a book, it's a podcast.
i was her guest yesterday. >> when i was just a baby my grandfather, i was the first grandchild on that side. he bought me a pony. and her name was sally. >> aw, i had one named dixie. >> cute. >> it's the south, what are you going to do. >> can't wait to listen to that on the way home, it's interesting, living the bream. >> riveting, riveting, someone bought me a pony, dixie, mine was daisy, okay. greg? >> i got an article up, by foxnews.com, a country who knew too much, interesting, but more important, it's time for this. >> greg slow news day. [speaking slowly] >> i love it. >> jake, damning dog, show us. there you go. this is a fort wayne, indiana. >> brings the water. >> brings water to this guy,
opens it up, drinks it. dog likes to perform simple tricks much like me. [laughing] that's your slow news day. >> riveting. aren't you going to comment jesse? >> how did you not have that video? she's upset she didn't have the video. >> this is an attack both democrats and republicans can agree on. donald trump pissed off the golfers, he drove on the green. you aren't supposed to drive on the green. >> if it's a green? >> it is his green, his new jersey green. >> it is at trump national golf course in -- >> so it's his course, he's allowed to drive on the green? >> well, jesse -- >> can you please run my fantastic award-winning interview with mr. boling from last night? >> i'm here with eric, congratulations. >> thank you. another must-read fantastic book, "the swamp".
>> let's have a cocktail and raise a glass. donald trump drain the swamp. >> "hannity" is next. >> good luck, allie.cicicicicic. >> i am bill hemmer in for bret baier. senate republicans are waving the white flag at least for the week on health care reform. the vote before the july 4th vacation will not happen after all. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel on the hill on why the effort has been put on pause. good evening. >> good evening. back to the drawing board for health care reform. senate republicans back from a powwow at the white house, forced to pull the bill this afternoon after a division among their ranks forced leadership without enough votes to bring the bill to the floor. the president remains unwavering. >> this will be great if we get it