check out and follow lifethreat.com. sign up for daily e-mails, you learn a lot and laugh. "the five" is next live from new york city. see you tomorrow nig ♪ ♪ >> kimberly along with richard fowler, gain a and greg, 9:00 in new york city, this is "the five." president trump came into office, he signed an order that cleared the path to strip federal funds from cities that don't comply with or nation's immigration laws. there are sanctuary cities across america providing safe haven for undocumented criminals. chicago is one of them. today the mayor filed suit accusing the administration of blackmail. here's rahm emmanuel. >> we are a welcoming city and it always will be. it was for my grandfather 100
years ago this year. our police department is built on the principles of community policing. we don't want officers patrolling a neighborhood only but to be part of the nab happened and the fabric. the fact is by forcing us, or the police department, to choose between the values of the city and the philosophy if the police department of community policing, i think it's a false choice and actually undermines our public safety agenda. >> attorney general jeff sessions released a same calling it astounding that chicago would protect criminal aliens who prey on their own aliens and hostile to laws designed to protect law enforcement. either comply with the law or forego taxpayer dollars. make sense? >> yeah, but i'm always tired of people being accused of blackmail when they're just trying to explain an agreement or a deal. if you don't do your job you will be fired. by this definition, that's blackmail. if i show up for "the five" late i'll be fired. you're blackmailing me, telling
me if i don't show up on time i lose my job. that's the reasoning here. they say if you don't comply with the law you don't get these funds. can you imagine if rahm emmanuel felt as strong about gang violence a he does for donald trumpbd. most of it is agreeing with the p.c. assumptions. comes out against chick-fil-a, that's cool. he comes out against trump that's cool. he won't come out against gang violence, that could be perceived as bigotry. >> the chick-fil-a, chicken biscuits, amazing. >> oh, yeah. straight to my hips, girlfriend. >> i can see from here. [laughing] so, i think that this is a prospective lawsuit. funds haven't been withheld yet. almost like a p.r. stupt by the mayor. i feel like it's only $3.2 million. in a city of chicago, if you really don't want to comply, okay, then don't take the money. if that's how you steel feel
that strongly about it, raise taxes in your city or cut some place else. if you really don't want to do it. don't ask for the money. >> there's a way to work around it if you want that kind of point. >> i'd love to see a mayor across the united states make that decision, we're good, we don't need the federal help, we'll do our local thing. >> that would be a strong stand that would make sense f that's what they feel and they can do without it. make that case. >> rahm would rather fight trump than fight crime. he's protecting illegal aliens over the re dents of his city. he said something funny to cnn, this undermines our safety agenda. i didn't even though he had a safety agenda. that was news to me. a bad hombre beats some one over the head in chicago, gets picked up, they bring him, in doesn't speak english, no i.d., gang tattoos all over his face, they run his prints, he's been deported and has a felony in california.
all trump and sessions want is, hey, rahm give us a call two days before you release this guy back on the streets so we can pick him up. rahm says no. rahm is saying releasing criminal illegal aliens on to the streets of chicago makes chicago safer. that doesn't make any sense to me. this happened in phoenix, arizona. it was a sanctuary city, they revoked their sanctuary city stats and crime went down 26%. armed robbery went down. car theft went down, assaults went down. they did a study university of riverside in california, sanctuary cities have a higher rate of crime than nonsanctuary cities. some one like rahm is doing this is just trying to gain a little traction for his left wing crew, raise his profile, doesn't care about people on the south side. >> richard, an amazing reply and rebut am is coming from you, i can see it. >> i can't. no, actually, if you read the welcoming cities resolution from
chicago, individualized -- the person would be deported in the city of chicago. >> how so? >> the law says if you commit a violent crime or there's a warrant for your arrest outstanding you would be reported to i.c.e. immediately. jeff sessions is asking him to do, if somebody gets a traffic ticket and they are supposed to be detained for, like, whatever, you get a traffic ticket or -- >> it's selling heroin, is that a violent crime? >> let me finish my statement. >> is it? >> can i fimpb yir my statement i'd like you to finish it with the answer, though. >> the welcoming city of resolution of chicago and cook county says if you committed a violent crime or there's a current warrant for your arrest you will be held and checked against the i.c.e. system. if you are found to be illegal you will be -- i.c.e. will be contacted and the deportation proceedings will go as planned. if it is something else, a minor infraction, you will be released
because, because there was a lawsuit in portland in 2014 in which portland, which a federal judge said it is unconstitutional to hold illegal immigrants for longer than 48 hours under the fourth amendment. it's under -- excuse me, excuse me, 2014, a federal judge said that these individuals were held against their will for 48 hours, and that is against the fourth amendment of search and seizure. period. >> illegal aliens have constitutional rights? >> according to the federal judge -- >> when did that happen? >> according to the federal judge in portland oregon. >> some judge says that, fine. i don't believe criminal illegal alien has constitutional rights. >> you are a lawyer. >> my ear piece -- i need help. >> you're a lawyer. >> i am a lawyer. the problem is, there's a
differing of opinion between the federal government and what they believe, and i believe that the federal government believes the law should be enforced and follow. the states are trying to enforce, and i agree with dane, a if they have an issue and quarrel with the u.s. government and the feds they should say we're not going to take your money and takes the rug out from under the federal government. if they're saying you can't tell me what to do if i'm not taking your money to subsidize my city. there you go. . that's how they really do this. in an honest way. and i don't see rahm emmanuel -- >> i agree. the problem that we have, for years, since the 1980s -- >> we do give due process. >> since the 1980s we have a patchwork of a sloppy immigration system. the 1980s have called and asked for their immigration system back. our politicians in washington -- >> i'm going to ban that joke. >> ban it if you like. >> you can ban it -- >> didn't work with obama and russia, either. >> ban it if you like but it's true. we have a sloppy immigration law, which is why we're where we are today f we had, politicians
in washington were bold enough and brave enough to fix the broken immigration system we wouldn't be here. which is why there are sanctuary cities to begin with. we have broken laws and mayors and governors are saying i hear you, mr. trump, there is illegal immigration. i hear you, we have a problem. i hear you mr. trump our borders are porous. but these laws are outdated. work with republicans in the house and republicans in the senate to fix our broken immigration laws, period. >> the reason why we're doing this segment, it's about chicago, which is a glaring murder problem. >> that's not caused by illegal immigrants. it's caused by illegal guns. >> it's caused by criminals. >> they use illegal guns to kill people. >> let's say there's no correlation between sanctuary cities and the mass of murders taking place on the streets of chicago. a city prefers to act symbolically with things like sanctuary cities rather than
acting concretely to stop the murders. they sit there and get up and talk about sanctuary cities while people are dying. poor urban blacks are the most likely to be the victims of crime. we know that. the way that you can stop and reduce that crime is making guns more available to them to defend themselves against the criminals. their permits are too high in illino illinois, $450, john lott has a great article this morning on that. in new york you got to be rich and powerful to get a permit. we are denying poor, law-abiding citizens the right to defend themselves against people that are out there with illegal guns. you can get illegal guns in gun controlled cities like chicago. every time you blame it on illegal guns are you showing that gun control doesn't work. especially in cities like chicago where gun control is so high. >> i have one response. the former police chief in chicago said this, and donald trump supports the police, he said the number one problem in the streets of chicago is this. the proliferation of illegal
guns nmpblts a highly gun controlled city. >> exactly. most of the illegal guns aren't coming from chicago, they're coming from indiana, they're coming from places like arizona, they're coming from all of the border states where they have these ridiculous gun laws where can you go to a goo unshow and buy enough weapons to blow up the taliban in one day. >> that's not true. >> yes, it is true. talk to the former police chief of chicago. >> other police chiefs will tell you it has to do with the fact that people aren't allowed to protect themselves. there are studies that show criminals won't go to where they think somebody is armed. felons will fill out questionnaires and say they have avoided places where somebody is armed. if you are armed, people are less likely to bother you. you got to arm these people. it'll make their statement to the communities safer. >> soft target. >> yes. harden the soft targets, yes. >> we'll say it again.
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>> the trump administration has a huge problem to eliminate likes. president owe became a's homeland security secretary offered his take over the weekend. >> the likes right now are really bad. i've never seen it this bad. there should be a concerted effort to identify and go after leakers no one no matter how high up on the food chain is immune from prosecution if they're caught. >> look at the fact and circumstances. identify somebody no matter what their position is f they violated warrants prosecution, we'll prosecute it. >> including white house officials and members of congress. >> anybody who breaks the law. >> when the obama administration officials are now condemning likes it's gone beyond partisan politics and damaging national security. >> it's always been a damage to national security. shouldn't happen under any administration. it needs to stop. this current administration,
nobody should be above the law. if you are caught leaking sensitive or classified information that can affect u.s. foreign policy and national security and put us in a bad position you have to be prosecuted and jailed. >> i think a lot of even former obama administration officials would be okay with some of these prosecutions with some of these likes. it's not a political issue. >> june of 2013, i believe it was, they had the ultimate national security leak, that was ed snow den. it's commutely fundamentally changed from what way happening, around the world. basically blew a hole in all of the taxpayer investment over many years. president trump, when he was a civilian, he was against that leak at the time. so there's bipartisanship breaking out in washington, d.c. >> can you hear that? can't believe it's happening. >> greg likes to say that trump is the wall. >> yes, the rhetoric and enforcement. >> i think we're good on that. >> but if you're out there saying we're going to put you in
jail, congress, anybody, doesn't that send a chill up their spine? >> it should. i have to say, dana, that was -- i'm trying to think of people that are upset about the likes that were so pro snowden. >> i remember them well. >> i know. like the likes must stop but he's a whistleblower. >> he was a hero, i can hear it all coming now. >> what i find interesting, despite the last chaos of the previous six months, the democrats are still in trouble. no alternative to trump yet. so maybe that's why they're worried. these leaked stories may be helping donald trump. republicans still hold a 10-point lead with blue collar voters from a democrat survey. trying to undermine him this way is building sympathy. his poll numbers may be low but you're lower for doing it. every time you come after him,
try to undermine him. these likes are not alerting anyone to danger. they're done to embarrass donald trump and subvert his governance. it's a gutless way to win. >> some of them are not prosecute -- you can't property them. >> prosecutable. >> likes that are embarrassing aren't necessarily crimes. >> i have embarrassing likes. >> that's not issue. . richard, you enjoy the likes. [laughing] we have had a democrat on the air the other day, matthew waters, applauding the likes, says bring it on. do you think that that is hypocritical? >> no, i think the likes are problematic. sadly, what makes it worse for the president, a lot of these likes, are likes coming from his white house, likes from his campaign staff, people who worked on his campaign, people who work in the communications office. those are worse. those are the folks who should be endeared to you. your most trusted individual, work in the west wing, leaking
on palace intrigue. that's a problem. that has to do with the fact that usually a president should endear these people to his vision. >> that's not rob rosen stein. >> but i'm talking about likes in general. >> okay. >> the one calfality i want to make and i think -- caveat i want to make, which is different than jeff sessions midweek, when he sort of walked the line on the first amendment. leakers are one thing. but let's talk about the journalists who are getting the likes and reporting on it. those journalists who get the likes have an obligation because of the first amendment to report this information after they sort of check to make sure that it's verified and true. and the person i bring up is one of our colleagues at fox, judith miller, went to jail for 85 days not giving up her source. it is important that journalists and journalistic integrity and the first amendment is pro tengted when that information is leaked. >> do you think, dana, because
trump ran against the establishment and he ran against the cia, critical about 911 and the iraq war, critical of republicans and democrats. he gets into office and all of these institutions are mad. and they want to pay him back. do you think there's that bureaucratic payback going on? maybe a little bit, he was strongly against and insult together intelligence community at sort of like right after the election and before he got to know them a little bit better personally. yes, and i think some of these things we're talking about, it's really important to separate them out. there are national security leaks which are a huge problem and then gossip stuff that is not prosecutable. that is the word for that, you can't prosecute it? it's prosecutable. >> i don't know the lingo. >> you got it. >> even them talking about possible prosecutions will tamp down likes. i do think that, it'll just remind everybody you have an oath to uphold. what would really help the
administration is if they find somebody within the intelligence or fbi that did leak one of these national security issues and prosecute, that will stop it right away. >> what can you get if you get hit with one of those big-time prosecutions, 20 years? >> yeah, definitely. >> you go to jail, bye. >> a long time. >> correct. that's why ed snowden is lang hanging out in russia. >> right. that's right. >> he doesn't want to come back here. >> right. if the president goes down on some of this stuff, like if it's because of a leak, i think he will have an incredibly angry population. because he has achieved some pretty big things whether it's economy, jobs, regulations. and for him to go down on something like these silly conversations or whatever, you will have a population that will be just as angry as the population that was pissed off over bernie sanders. you have two populations that saw their guy get screwed, then
you have other people who really don't care. but you're going to have a problem. you're basically unfairly trying to unseat somebody who won, which is what happened to sanders in a way, that was his and they took it away. now it's trump and they're going to take interest away. people doing the taking away are absolutely no different. they're the same people. >> they are. very serious new developments on the north korean nuke threat. what our spy salt lights have detected, up next.
i spoke with make nikki haley the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. a short while ago. >> it was a strong day for the united states, a strong day for the yns, letting them know the international chunt is tired of it and fighting back. all of uls should be concerned, but north korea is concerned back. they see the international community standing with one voice. china didn't pull off, russia didn't pull off. all of the security council and international community said enough. >> the sanctions aren't sitting well. the north is threatening harsh retaliations. american spy satellites have detected they moved cruise missiles to a boat despite rex tillerson saying they halt all of these. i asked the ambassador if she had to twist any arms to get that vote. she said yes but didn't give me
any details. a lot of the administration critics, had to admit that this is a really big moment that the united states is able to get it done. >> absolutely. it's a tremendous achievement. we were sort of talking off-camera about what a great job she's doing. this is really a difficult position that she's in especially during this time and dealing with the geo-political arena, north korea unstable, volatile. the number one national security threat as it relates to the united states right now. it's imperative that they press on all fronts. one of those is in terms of the sanctions being levied against them. also they have to engage in diplomacy like we discussed on previous shows. then you can't rule out military intervention off the table either. >> i think china might have gotten something that they wanted out of this, too. remember last week it was thursday president trump was supposed to give a speech about getting tough on china.
and their trade practices. and that speech was pushed off with no explanation from the white house. putting two and two together i think maybe they told china we'll hold off on that if you vote with us on saturday. what do you think? >> we slapped about a billion dollars in sanctions on them, iron ore, seafood, coal but china can help them skirt that and prop them up. china doesn't want a humanitarian cries ois their days days crisis on their border. they don't like south korea, japan messing around in their sphere of influence. i think china will do naval exercises next week as a show of force. it's like people playing chicken. hopefully no one miscalculates. kim is the guy you play basketball against that talks trash but can't hit a shot but you have to guard him anyway and he could get lucky and bank one in. >> even i could dunk on him. >> probably true.
i think a lot of the trash talk coming out of his mouth is basically for domestic consumption. >> absolutely. >> he looks like a total loose cannon and we're fear fall of that, we don't want anything happening. trumpbt won't continue to play the tame. especially when the missiles hit alaska or california. >> they show now that the trajectory could hit new york city. >> wow. >> greg, the president earlier today tweeted, were you wanting some tweets, iel get one, the fake news media won't talk about the importance of 195-0 vote in favor of the sanctions on north korea. as he tweeted that cnn was doing a story about that and giving them credit for it. maybe should just take the win on this one. >> it's big win. the traditional practice with dealing with north korea, instead of trying to sol have a problem was always trying to make the problem go away temporarily while you were in power. every president did this thing, if i could just get through four to eight years without dealing
with this crazy person i will do anything. i would use the phrase kicking the can down the road but i banned that approximately 18 months ago. >> you can unban and reban. >> you didn't just get 15 countries, you got russia and china and america to agree on something. it's like the movie "48 hours," eddie murray was the convict, nick nolte was the cop, they banded together. they came together and fought for something greater. i think that is great credit to trump's administration and he was able to convince the world to make a change. this is a departure. not to say it's going to be any less dangerous, but this is an open door for something good. they made head way. >> maybe he can build upon it. it's great to get that coalition going and everybody is saying we have to be united against this great threat, against the evil that north korea poses for the world. today may seem like the united states problems, today it's yours. >> richard, last word?
>> i'll take the last word. this one is for the president. i hope he's watching in new jersey. maybe i'm the only idealist at the table. but here's the thing. they keep testing the weapons, now they have them on their boats. i think the sanctions were a good thing. but i think now is the time to have a conversation with the north koreans. we have to -- >> secretary of state tillerson said he would. >> and i think we have to talk to them. here's why. once they hit, if these test missiles hit, if they hit south korea, japan, own accident, that puts us in a war. a war that we cannot do right now. >> we can do it. >> but could be a nuclear war. . but make no mistake, the united states of america could handle this situation. >> a nuclear war is usually assured destruction for the world. >> that's what the president is saying he will not let it get to that point. >> i'm saying that we can be, we can sit down and figure out what this loan wants and say what --
this loon want and what can we do to walk you away. >> that's the idea of the sanctions. >> but beyond sampgss, let's send sill -- beyond sanctions, look this guy in the eye, say what do you want to walk it back. . they might get to that point. >> if it's going to take china, take the u.s., going take south korea, sit in the room, say what does it take to get this done, let's do it, let's stop playing the sanction game, stop military -- keep the military there, keep the sanction there is and look him in the eye and have a conversation with him and say, hey, we know you're crazy but what will it take you to be a little less crazy. >> they don't think he's crazy, why they offer to reach out and talk to him. >> they to have the meeting and shoot him. >> my mom said one thing, a broke clock is right twice a day. >> about you? >> everybody says that. >> oh, dana. >> out of a job after a scandalous season of protest.
>> miami dolphins, the football team, just signed jay cutler has backup q.b. stay out of this. [laughing] as the controversial colin kaepernick remains untouched like a quart of expired milk. some call it racist. that's nuts. if i owned a bar and they announce they're going to be protesting at work, the hoe tes, i would fire her, that's not the job of a hostess. cutler fits in with miami, best year under that coach in chicago. mile while, colin chose to fit in with activists, used his work for political theeter to take attention off his mediocre paying, perhaps, to bring
attention to his newly minted political brand. he noound ruined the 49ers. not because of politics, i don't care about. that he disrespected the fans by making the game about him. he put himself before the team. the fans. the owner who pays him. colin is to blame, not the owners. look, "the five" is a show where the five inspect political opinions. what if i announced on "the five" i want to play football on the set while everybody else talks? it's reverse, colin, i would be gone in minutes. colin was applauded by many in the media for his risktaking. but what did he really risk in his waning years nothing much. my prediction, he'll land a book deal, ghost writer, honorary position at evergreen college and maybe be on bill maher. maybe that's what he wanted all along. you're a 49er fan, kimberly.
should -- well -- i can't even think about the 49ers any more. >> remember when they were so amazing? >> montana. >> lott, young. >> roger craig, ronnie lott. >> oh my god, great. >> dwight clark. remember "the catch." oy vey. >> make the 49ers great again. >> please! >> not with colin. colin kaepernick, it's your prerogative, this isn't entitlement nfl f they want you they want you f they don't they don't. that's the breaks. >> i think, what do you think, richard, 20/20 versus trump, retire, enter politics, he has the name recognition. >> i think kaepernick is a better quarterback than cutler,
cutler has a 33qbr in five games. i think the ravens haven't signed a backup quarterback yet, i hope the ravens make the right choice in signing kaepernick. number one -- >> why, he's that good? >> i think he's -- because falco is injured. >> call him colon, come on, give me a break. >> number one, jersey sales go through the roof in baltimore, i think he will fit in great with the city. number two, i feel as though, like for the fact that people are making this big stink about kaepernick expressing his first amendment right for not standing up during the pledge. >> at work. at work. >> that's fine. i get that. >> for a game, for people -- >> i get that. but tom brady cheated and still
played the game. >> hey! >> mike vick got arrested. players, one player had a mur case and then went back to the field. after a murder case of the vitriol for kaepernick saying black lives matter when a player cheated in the game? >> allegedly. they're lot better at playing than he is. sorry, he's at the end of his career. colin kaepernick is no tom brady. >> you made one point there, it was, the nfl sadly, you can abuse your wife and still play. >> murder. >> can you cheat in the game and play. >> the dolphins aren't anti-black, they're anti-idiot. this guy lost respect. and he's bad for team chemistry. he's bad for the franchise. these franchises are billion dollar businesses. you don't want somebody representing your business that's not going to ingratiate
itself to the fan base. colin kaepernick wore a castro t shirpt. they're going to boo him out of there. the majority of the miami dolphins are black. how are they racist? might be a purely football decision. cutler is more of a drop-back quarterback, he had a great year like you said, under his offensive coordinator quarterback coach in chicago. he could gel there. he's more, kaepernick is more of a running quarterback. fine. he had a good season statistically last year in the 49ers. 16 touch dooups, only 4 picks. but they went 1-10. the guy is a loser on the field. he's a loser off the field. >> how you call him a loser off the field? >> everybody hates him. >> i got to go to dana. >> i feel like this is another arena where identity politics invades and divides. it creates a prism that only allows for one perspective. it has to be racist if they do this. you have to hate this person because of their skin collar.
that's what identity politics does. >> when whatever decision you make couldn't be a business decision. >> right. >> two weeks ago the nfl made an announcement that said the reason they did a studies the reason their ratings are down last year was because of kaepernick. >> yeah. >> i will tell you, the miami dolphins, do you want a successful team? i don't mean just winning. i mean do you want a team that's going to get fans to come out and play like -- jay cutler, played for the broncos, that's how i know him. >> he's married to? >> christine cavalieri. >> i read my "people" magazine. >> oh my god. >> for the articles, not the pictures. >> al gore's new film is a flop at the box office. will he demand a recount? that's next. >> that was my line!
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flick in theaters. but it's not a hot ticket for movie-goers. "an inconvenient sequel" came in 15th on its first weekend. sabotage to blame? one gore fan is saying that, paramount botched the release. i have to tell you, i'm not a big fan of sequels, i've said that before, greg. i think it's just suffering from the sequel blues. what are your thoughts? >> if he was right in the first movie there wouldn't be a sequel, we'd all be dead. i blame this film bombing on climate change, the warmer climate has more people outside instead of in theaters. in five years i believe all movie theaters will be under water. the reason it didn't work is z. lot undermined the crusade. if he hadn't been so historical and gotten so many things one he might have helped this issue instead of undermining it. he's the biggest issues with climate change.
>> hot air. >> we'll be right back. >> i believe that climate change is real. and i think the more, there's more heat, ice melt, worsens weather, jefferson parish, awful flooding in new orleans and throughout. >> you can't link to it extreme weather changes. studies do not link it. you can't link extreme weather incidents to climate change. >> we should all be praying for the people of new orleans. >> don't try to change on it me and say i'm being mean. >> one of the things i think that if you want to be successful, don't narrate it your seven. he has enough money to be the executive producer, step back. actually let it be compelling. who could listen to that? who among us. not me. i blame colin kaepernick. >> he soz blame for having. >> you think climate change doesn't exist, we'll start there. don't put words in my mouth, richard. >> what are you going to say?
>> climate changes in the fall, in the winter, in the summer. the seasons. >> that's not climate change. . the movie came in 15th at the box office, basically, you know, where global warming ranks among issues americans care about. at least he still has current tv. oh, wait, he sold to it a bunch of oil kings. i forgot about that one. [ laughing ] >> the emoji movie beat it. >> i would imagine that. >> my mother said help me accept the things i cannot change. jesse, i'll -- jesus said it, my mom taught it. >> give credit to your mom on everything. >> yes, but she's watching tonight. my mother knows climate change is real. >> hi! >> i know, i know, i sat right next to her. >> kimberly? yes, hello. what do you want me to tell you? poor al gore. he's like groundhog day. the same type of thing keeps
happening over and over again. recount this one all you want it's still a flop. paramount is trying to give it a boost by pushing it, pushing the climate propaganda to additional 500 theaters. that can't say -- >> not going to be good in new york it's 65 and raining in august. >> it was brutal. >> for the record his first film was an oscar winner. >> true. >> it went around the world. >> riddled with false hoods. >> around into third world countries, they know that climate change is real. >> we aren't saying it's not real. >> we're just saying he destroyed it -- >> the polar ice caps, the polar bears. one more thing it up next. ♪
it's time now for one more thing and also happy birthday from the five. >> happy birthday. look at the camera. >> there you go. this is an amazing job herding these cats around here. and all right. it is time for one more thing. today marks purple heart day and we'll honor all of the brave men and women who are wounded or killed serving in the united states military. it was given to us by george washington on this day in 1782
and was the purp heart day. president trump tweeted. i thank all of the men and women who sacrificed for this great nation. usa. we thank all of you and your families the sacrifices. >> fox news.comslash opinion. new purit an and bunch of others. and time for this. >> gregg's nutrition tips. as you know, bran is high in carbes. and you want to lose weight lose the bread and carbes. this is hershey the henl hog who lost three ounces on half a piece of bread. look at this guy oh. look at him. you are melting, aren't you. and everyone at home is freaking out over this. this is the greatest hedgehog
video of all time. i have a collection of hemhog videos. and some not safe for work. >> that was fascinating. one more thing tomorrow. it is amazing. there is a winener the westin county junior rodeo. we'll have picture and we hope that momma gets it to me. what is the worst thing that happens when your computer tells you have to change your pass word. you hate that, right. the guy bill burke did the capital and number. he now regrets it. just do a long easy to remember pass word and said forget i said that. i don't use pass word as your pass word. >> that is amazing. >> will it affect your security.
>> people are not doing it. and don't try my old method. i know it is hard and do something smart. >> remember how rolling stone itsaced justin tredue. i wish he was our president. this manly guy cap sized in a kayak, real cool. life vest and cap sizing and not the most manly display i have ever seen as the leader of canada. >> and that is a picture. >> we don't reward by partisan award. senator rand paul and senator harris. together they've created the pretrial integrity and safety act of how we do jail and bail. what this bill does, it forces states to rethink how they do bail. instead of using money, they use risk assessmentes. is the person a flight risk and
make assessmentes. >> does it use obamacare? >> it is good stuff. >> they get it done. >> we hav ♪ >> bret: this is a fox news alert. no amount of federal taxpayer dollars will help a city that refuses to help its own residents. that from the attorney general in a statement released just moments ago. jeff sessions firing back at the city of chicago over a lawsuit the city filed concerning its sanctuary city policy. the department of justice statement just out sessions saying this administration will not simply give away grant dollars to city governments that proudly violate the rule of law and protect criminal aliens at the expense of public safety. so it's this simple, comply with the law or forego taxpayer dollars. the trump administration's policy on sanctuary cities is stirring