tune in every night at 8:00 to the sworn enemy of smugnes lying, pomposity and groupthink. >> jesse: hello, everybody. i am jesse watters. along with kennedy, juan williams, greg gutfeld and dana perino. it is 9:00 in new york city and this is "the five." this is a fox news weather alert. hurricane irma, the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the atlantic, currently wreaking havoc in the caribbean, with the storm forecasted to hit the united states mainland in the coming days. we are monitoring the storm and will have a full update later in the hour. now for our top story. yesterday, we told you about president trump's announcement
that he's ending president obama's controversial daca program which helped illegal immigrants whose children were brought to america. even though people agree that daca is on shaky legal authority, the media is saying it's leaning towards an animus towards latinos. >> it was heartless and it was brainless. if this order stands, hundreds, hundreds and thousands of families will be ripped apart. >> this was one of the most cruel acts we have seen in a president in a long time. president trump and president obama don't agree on policy, they don't agree on values. >> going forward into its giving the back of your hand to people people -- >> this whole gas lighting, especially racial issues in this country. it's not even a dog issue
anymore. it's flat out bias. flat out discrimination coming from this white house. >> jesse: this is racist, repealing obamacare was racist. the travel ban was racist. even trump speech in poland was a racist. when they don't have a policy argument to make, it's the racial attack. isn't that right? >> greg: the most overused quivered that they have. he put a ring on it. >> kennedy: [laughs] >> greg: he put us in the right place. it was in the wrong place. do you know how delicious cookies are? >> dana: i remember them. >> greg: i don't have the cookie jar in the bathroom next to the toilet. i keep it in the kitchen. what you did was he took something that should be in congress in congress. he moved into the right place. that's all he did. he made the public part of the decision, which is what should have been done. both sides agree that's where it should be.
he transferred the decision, not the dreamer. the dreamers are going to stay where they are. it's where the decision is going. do you know what this reminds me of? it reminds me of when reagan announced the registering of the draft. i don't know what year it was. in high school or something. everybody got angry. oh, my god, he's hitler. it was necessary and it did not change a thing. it was something he felt he had to do because it was the legal, right thing to do but it did not change a thing. if the media actually reports a story, they'd have nothing. >> jesse: cell, the president is heartless and racist for following the constitution. that's what the left is arguing. >> dana: remember that my theory -- racism is greater than russia. if they have a chance to say of president is racist, they will take it every time. i do think there's something to be said, if president trump had
just waited three weeks, he could have said oh, okay, i guess can't defend it. then ask congress to do it, he wouldn't have had to deal with all of this. this pleased his base for a day. by the end of the night, everybody on that tv that you just thought that was complaining, actually, the president agrees with you. he said he wants daca to get done. he wants to sign it into law and if it's not, that's okay. nobody has to worry about anything. i don't understand why the right is still mad. >> jesse: true. it seems like the left is angry when in fact, the president agrees with many people on the left. the dreamers should be protected and should find some sort of legal status permanently. >> kennedy: that's the point. the executive orders did not codify their immigration status. it really didn't. it wasn't a long-term, stable form of protection. and as greg pointed out at the
beginning of the show last night, that's what made the whole thing so cool. dana, you are right about race in the republican party. any chance of an opponent getting that, they will pin the race its tail on the elephant. that's why they were so many republicans who came out and so strongly admonished the president for his careless comments after charlottesville. i'll particularly a lot of the lawmakers in the south. where it's an ongoing issue from their childhood and their ancestry. having said that, the president wants daca to pass. i think we do have some complex issues in immigration. a lot of people want the wall. the vast majority of people want to stay here. if they were brought here against their will, all they know is a great american life. the majority of them. >> jesse: theoretical
situation on immigration. if you are a white guy and you live in texas and you cross the border into mexico illegally and you go down there for a few years and you working cast jobs and you are driving without insurance and you are not paying any taxes and things like that,h you and send you back to the united states. is that mean and cruel and racist against white people or is not just mexico following the law? >> juan: i think it's mexico following the law. >> jesse: why when the united states does it, it's racist and cruel? >> juan: i love these because they are such small analogies. >> greg: the russian judge gives a nine on the analogy. >> jesse: it's a russian judge, though. it [laughter] >> juan: the whole issue i think is you have a president who is very vulnerable to
charges about racial bias, giving what happened after charlottesville and what we discussed with sheriff arpaio. and the idea that you have, i think 15 states, filing a lawsuit saying that because 70% of these young people are mexican, it's evident of the president's ongoing displeasure with mexicans. he's the one who has talked about murdering and thieves inside the judge who was a of mexican heritage cannot be an arbiter in his case. he has some history that loads the deck. i don't know if it applies to every republican but i think some people are saying what's with trump in these mexicans? why business have a hard edge to it? it speaks to his base. you had maggie of "the new york times" saying he didn't really want to do it. but guess what? stephen miller, who used to work for jeff sessions, the
attorney general and was an ally of steve bannon. >> kennedy: top republican bias. >> juan: he saw this as pleasing the trump base. you don't even have to do winks and nods. and it's just you go get them. it's about the economy and jobs. goodness gracious, most are staying leave this alone. most of these kids contribute to local economy. they are good kids. >> jesse: now democrats are siding with big business? i like that, juan. is there any risk for the democrats making so much fuss about the plight of illegal immigrants and not really fighting for americans and jobs? >> greg: i think it cost them elections. they don't get that because the media is on their side. they have this false belief. they are living in a bubble. they are living in a different movie. they don't see how they lost.
meanwhile, you have a president obama who awarded people that were coming to america but not people who were in america. what donald trump went on, he said all america. it is not just about them, it's about all of us. that was a clear vision. i'm always troubled about the thing with the judge. he said he was a mexican so i can't -- you know who does not? lawyers do that when they are picking the jury. when they are picking men and women, blacks and whites and hispanics. he was doing what every single lawyer does. the judges mexican, he might not like me! that's what lawyers do. he just did it and somehow it's wrong. people grab these little instances and said he said this, he said this but when you focus on them, they turn out to be light as air. >> jesse: interesting point. president obama nominated a wise latina to the supreme court just because he wanted someone with
that background. >> greg: exactly. >> kennedy: >> jesse: i want too dana about the base. rush limbaugh has something to say about that. >> what trump did today via sessions, is almost along the same lines as pulling out of the paris accord decision. it rocked them. they didn't think it would ever happen. trump is this coldhearted. trump knows his base. he knows the impact all of this has had on the american economy and american jobs and he is following through on one of his most predominant campaign commitments. >> jesse: how would you assess that? >> dana: all true but at 8:38 p.m., president trump tweeted that he is good with keeping daca. in the morning, jeff sessions said hundreds of thousands of jobs have been lost because of this and we have to deal with that. not 12 hours later, i guess that
is moved? i guess he wants to have a legislative solution. i am for a legislative solution as well. i do think there's a possibility. congress has been very close on comprehensive or whatever you want to call it immigration reform for many years. over ten years probably. three or four times. the thing that's different now is that there is now a deadline. six months. okay. a deadline can focus the mind and it's possible you might figure out a way to do it. what i would have done if i were schumer and pelosi today, with the debt release bill, i would have said while we're at it, sir, we would propose a straight up or down vote on daca on friday. you say you want it? we've got the votes. how about a deal? >> kennedy: they should have just done it. >> dana: get it off the table. >> kennedy: here's what jeff sessions it says and what i take issue with. i'm always dubious that -- he says that hundreds of thousands of jobs have been taken by these dreamers. that's my problem.
liberals are separate from this mostly. it's a new strain within the republican party. the idea that economics is a zero-sum game. we know it is not. you can actually create more wealth. you can create more jobs and opportunities in this country for everybody. you just have to let the economy go and get the government out of the way. >> juan: first to greg, it's illegal for a lawyer to make a jury selection based on race. they can have exemptions where they don't have to explain it. >> greg: right. exactly. >> juan: it's illegal to say that because of someone's race and heritage -- that's just not true, greg. the second thing to say here is sarah huckabee sanders said oh, you know what? president trump wants comprehensive immigration reform plus daca. basically, he's sending it back to congress in saying well, i guess the odds are against me
technically but i'm going to claim this is a legitimate place to do it. he creates anxiety, fear in this community of young people who have jobs -- a high%, almost 80% working. contributing to local economies. he puts them on edge. and you know what, why you play politics with this? is this comprehensive immigration reform or do you really want daca? not clear. >> kennedy: why won't democrats admit that it was a horrible idea on the part of president obama? if they would stand up and say this was a bad idea the first place to set up the situation. >> jesse: dianne feinstein played it last night. just in case anyone wants a refresher. we will tell you about a story the mainstream media apparently doesn't want you to hear. we will be right back. ♪
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♪ >> dana: for the first time in 36 years, a sitting senator is on trial. bob menendez and his federal trial began in new jersey. >> the bribery trial as senator bob menendez, the new jersey democrat is accused of doing political favors for a florida eye doctor in exchange for campaign donations. and very love us gifts. both menendez and the doctors denied the allegations. menendez is the first sitting senator to stand trial for bribery in 40 years. >> dana: 22 seconds of
coverage from the broadcast network today. that's not all. at 1300 word piece in "the new york times" initially failed to mention that mr. menendez is a democrat, the piece was eventually updated to note the political affiliation. jesse, i have a feeling if it was a republican, that would have been in the headlines. >> jesse: absolutely. the only thing more corrupt politicians are the reporters that cover up for them. when i heard there was a new jersey politician on trial -- >> dana: that's why it's not news? >> jesse: i assumed it was a democrat. automatically. exchanging donations for favorites? isn't that cold politics? the whole senate would be in jail. ray nagin. 20 corruption charges. 20 counsel. convicted. congresswoman karen brown. fraud conviction. never mentioned she was a democrat either. jesse jackson jr. went to prison.
no mention in "time" magazine or "usa today." this is how this works. you have elliott's fixed -- the hotel room guests. >> greg: wasn't a baseball team. >> jesse: the media only described him as a democrat 20% of the time. the mistress, on 100% of the time his party affiliation was mentioned. you have william jefferson, do you remember? the freezer guy? $90,000 in the freezer? when he went to trial, they didn't even cover it on the networks. i'm changing my party affiliation if i'm ever on trial. [laughter] >> greg: you know what else they ever mention? statues. the statues everyone's pit stop about except here.
>> dana: one can when you are writing a story, does the party affiliation into your brain? for the lead paragraph? >> juan: no. it's important. >> dana: you know ap style, when you do parentheses? >> juan: you have to identify who the person is. especially an elected official. i don't understand why it wasn't in there. >> dana: they did correct it. >> juan: i do think that something that feeds the republican anxiety and insecurity, oh, my god, they always want to focus on republicans when there's trouble but not the democrats, oh, that damn media. in this case, i can't believe that nobody did notice that bob menendez and ray nagin are democrats. i can't believe that anybody didn't know they were democrats.
>> dana: >> kennedy: was every journalist assume the readers know the facts? it's so horrible. >> jesse: we are not saying what team he's playing for playing for. >> juan: in this case, the other thing to consider, dana, the indictment was so long ago. it was a long time ago and people were focused on that time. now if the trial starts, it has so little coverage because in the midst of all of us trump news, north korea, hurricane, let's see was the trial starts. >> dana: that's fair. in fact, there was a problem today in the courtroom where the judge told menendez a lawyer to shut up for a second. there's an interesting thing. will the democrats say he should resign as they said stevens should resign?
the congressman from alaska? what if he gets to a point a successor before the end of his term? >> greg: i don't know about that. i just want cnn to do this so i can see anna navarro's response. >> dana: to menendez? >> greg: yes, i want to see how outraged she gets because of this. there are no visuals. all we see is b roll of a guy, a middle-aged man walking up and down stairs in a court house. i mean, it's hard to make that exciting. but you've got to have an intern in a blue dress to make a scandal good. and a beret would be nice. you can't compare this to the release of "dancing with the stars." we just found out today -- >> kennedy: rob goya veg. the governor of illinois tried to sell that senate seat when barack obama was elected to the presidency.
i think he ended up doing less time on "dancing with the stars." >> greg: i forgot he was on. and then there was tucker carlson. >> dana: not as good as geraldo rivera! chris christie -- he could sell that seat on the game show. or a reality show. >> kennedy: if bob menendez is in fact convicted. >> greg: this year has produced a lot of good options for "dancing with the stars." [laughter] >> jesse: another role. >> dana: a liberal pressure group has tens of millions of dollars of offshore investments. why? greg tells us next. ♪
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♪ >> greg: so, this is funny. have you ever heard the southern poverty law center? a hard left outfit that loves to label people as extremists. their ever-growing list seems to defame everyone. ben carson, he's an extremist. rand paul. an anti-muslim extremist and get this, he's a moderate muslim battling religious extremism. it makes no sense. oddly, a black feminist to protest against genital mutilation. splc placed her in a list of anti-muslim extremist. i wonder what they would make of gandhi. it's the money. this poverty center has loads of it. $20 million endowment and chucks almost 20% of it into offshore equities. cayman island stuffs. i don't understand it.
this poverty group stands on a pile of offshore dough. a priest with a harem. 20 million in salaries in 2015. the provided just 61 grants in legal assistant. it appears to have no poverty and to virtually no law. the most misleading name since the democratic party. yes, count it. worse, their love for calling people haters insights haters into action. the maniac who shot stephen scalise liked the law center on his facebook page. and the terrorists who attacked a research council back in 2012, shooting a security guard, did so after the splc labeled them a hate group. he was a fan too. i don't know, filthy rich and linked to violence? the splc might have to to put itself on its own list. indeed. jesse. it's a pretty amazing story.
no one goes after this group because of the name. you hear southern poverty law center and say oh, they must be a really good outfit and you don't want to be on their bad side. >> jesse: that's true. the media does this. they cover for them. they should put a little d next to their name. they are really an activist group. you can fight poverty with parking money offshore. the clinton foundation can take millions from the saudis. the fight for women's rights. al sharpton. but then they go after the tea party. i think this started with noble intentions. to go after the kkk. then they morphed into some smear machine. they pay all these salaries and raise all this money. they have this hate map with regular family value conservatives and klansmen. one guy shoots these people up because he looks at the map but palen puts up a map and the media makes her the bad guy. >> greg: it wasn't even a map.
juan, your pal is ben carson. you know he's a nice guy. he's been on the list. sort of like moderate muslims trying to reduce the chthonic extremism in their religion. why did they do this? why does splc make it such a blanket statement for everybody? >> juan: i don't know if it's blanket but i think they provide a public service. i think it's one that conservatives are very uptight about because they feel that they are being labeled as hate groups when they have arguments about, for example, family research council about attitudes towards transsexuals or gay whatever. the southern poverty law center says they are hateful views. after charlottesville, you get apple and tim cook millions of dollars pouring into southern poverty law center. >> greg: virtue signaling. >> juan: right, i am just saying. lots of people see them as virtuous and don't get into the
finances. the weekly standard has this piece about them having offshore investments. apparently was recommended by their investment counsel to protect their assets. i think what this is about is the right not liking the idea that somebody is labeling them. >> greg: they label -- somebody, they have traditional marriage beliefs and they are against gay marriage but they don't behead gays or throw them off buildings. >> kennedy: the people that do behead gay people and throw them off buildings and don't and kill women for adultery, they give money to the clinton foundation. that's completely different. is it this tax exempt organization? it could be a money laundering operation. i don't know what came first, the southern poverty law center
or the egg. it looked like they looked at the clinton foundation and they sort of mirror one another. the labeling is very suggestive. we are in such a politicized error that unfortunately, people that are fans of groups like this, they are so obsessed with confirmation bias that they don't do any sort of investigation where they would be even slightly curious about the other side or curious about an objective observer. >> juan: i don't think the clan -- they want to bring them down. >> kennedy: it sounds like you are for and in the south, you're much likely to get a job here. they pay much more money to massage one another than help other people. according to this raw data. that is the -- >> juan: i don't know about all the numbers. >> kennedy: i know they are very inconvenient. so funny. >> juan: it's very important that somebody is looking at the
growth of these neo-nazi and white supremacist groups across the country. >> greg: dana, let's look at what they are looking at. this is a guy who is basically a hero. he's risking his life every day coming out against radical extremists. >> dana: one of the very few willing to come out. >> greg: this group puts them on a hate list. this is why people don't like to be labeled. they are in danger. this guy is already in danger. he's doing more than anybody. >> dana: i don't know about his story in particular but their real-world consequences. she lives with 24/7 security. she has a husband and two young children into was never able to rest easy because these muslim extremists are after her. >> greg: they murdered her -- >> dana: her best friend. do you have offshore accounts and the answer was no. i think there is a clear difference to say that the aclu isn't doing the work they say they are.
i do wonder if elizabeth warren will ask the southern poverty law center to bring the money back to the united states when she asks everybody else too. >> kennedy: the repatriated act. >> greg: ivan offshore account. a jar of coins down by the river. [laughter] >> greg: i have it on the string. in case everything goes bad, i am pulling that. >> jesse: very offshore. >> kennedy: is that where you hide your ingredients for your hobo chili? >> greg: some of it is hobo. the host of the view spent the morning bashing president trump and the huckabee family. what you expect? ♪
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shamelessly aired their grievances. about president trump. >> trump, the things he says about women are just horrendous. we all know that's a let's not pretend that he hasn't said some horrifying things about women. [applause] >> we know that. come on. you know it's true. having said that, how can you let your daughter defend him? >> he has also empowered a lot of women. he's given my daughter in incredible opportunity. >> opportunity. >> anecdotal. >> no, also the women he has hired in the private sector and white house. >> kennedy: how paternalistic. what, are we living under sharia law? how could you allow your daughter -- oh! quick to defend the president from the onslaught. >> i've spent a lot of time with the president. i've never felt anything but respected and empowered to do exactly what i am there to do every day and that's my job.
you know, i think he's an equal opportunity president. he's been just as hard. women want equal opportunity. this president certainly gives it to them. >> kennedy: they know what they are getting on that show, dana. they know what they are walking into. joy behar is a bad version of mariann from brooklyn. it's very difficult to listen to a harping -- oddly enough, you've been in that position when you've gone -- >> dana: i was never invited on "the view" when i was press secretary. i always thought it was better as a republican woman to not go on. but i admire sarah huckabee sanders for going on. you have to try. it's one thing to blow off the women's magazines and "the view" and say they'll never understand me. they will never understand my conservative viewpoint. that's not necessarily always the case. it's such a big audience. obviously, she shows herself extremely well. there are a modern-day political
family. i think they said they are all big fans of mike huckabee. >> kennedy: they did. joy behar said that's her favorite republican. >> dana: so fair-minded. >> kennedy: what did you make of the exchange? >> jesse: i don't want to criticize "the view" before my book tour. i will for her to go on the view as a conservative, you have two options. your strategy is you go on and fight. it turns into a brawl and it goes viral and you try to dominate. bill o'reilly has done that, and coulter has done that. high risk/high reward. i recommend everyone do that. or you go on and kill them with kindness. you smile. >> dana: self-loathing republicans might. >> jesse: exactly. that was part of their strategy. i think the white house communications team deserves a lot of credit. i think it's a great idea, putting them on together. mike is very disarming.
he is very relatable and charming. sarah i thought showed a real personal side to her when she's talking about being a mom too but didn't give an inch when they attacked her boss. she was tough, professional. she did a great job. >> kennedy: greg, she has the onslaught every day. that shark infested -- >> greg: i've been very impressed with her. she's a tough cookie. she would be an amazing prison guard. she be walking down with that thing saying get your food. she's a tough lady. you know what the thing is? for once, i would like to watch "the view" and be surprised. i'd like to see something coming out of somebody's mouth that i could not have seen a mile away. everything that comes out of their mouth is like a norwegian cruise ship. you can see it coming. oh, it's coming at me. anecdotal. the thing is about the idea of the two kinds away you can approach the shell, you want to
disown your values. if you disown your values and say i'm not really pro-life, i'm pro-choice, oh, now you are a republican we like because you like to kill babies. >> kennedy: that happened with tomi lahren. that actually happened. took a real shot without one. i hit claiming she was pro-life on the show. you have to be careful not to compromise yourself in those moments. not to throw too much red meat. you have to remain authentic and true to who you are. i heard you're being auditioned as a cohost for -- >> juan: i would fit in. given my high estrogen levels. [laughter] >> juan: as you get older, these things happen to you. i'm glad i'm not the one that was comparable to a prison guard. >> greg: that was a compliment. was that sexist? too tough? okay. >> juan: it sounds like nurse hatchet. i don't think so.
>> greg: don't mince my words. >> juan: when you hear joy behar ask the question how do defend the sky? it tells a lot of things that just aren't true, it's a legitimate question. a legitimate question for her to answer and she never answers it. she said while he's in equal opportunity guy. >> kennedy: we have the most powerful hurricane ever, ever recorded in the atlantic heading towards the united states. that almost looks fake. it is not. it is all too real. where the heart beats warm and true, that's texas. where we always welcome you, that's texas. where we always find a way, that's texas. ♪
>> juan: the largest ever hurricane in the atlantic is barreling towards the united states. florida bracing for a possible direct hit. let's hear from rick wright smith the weather center. >> because they might probably meet very close, just being pummeled overnight, then we have katia, moving towards mexico. hurricane irma now category 5. unfortunately for puerto rico, the worst of the wins stayed just to the north of the islands.
we have some very strong winds and rain but i don't think we've seen the worst of it. here's what will happen over the next day or so. going to get pummeled by category 5 storm. we will see that towards the bahamas and after that is where we start have a lot of questions. we unfortunately have a lot of questions. we know it's going to make a right-hand turn on saturday. where that happens, we still can't say. there looks to be a little bit of a consensus here. we still see them shifting back and forth. to be a 90-mile spread in deterrence. that 90 miles could be the difference between a cat 4 cat . a lot of people still need to be watching this very closely including everybody in the florida peninsula, the florida keys as well. it will also tell you uppercrust, georgia. one of our models, a very reliable model brings a
cat 4 hurricane midday or so in the miami area on sunday. and moving back off store, maybe strengthening and moving back on shore around areas. lots of questions, unfortunately, juan. more questions than answers. we know there will be some impact. we continue to watch closely. >> juan: rick, thank you so much. that's shocking and coming on the heels of what happened in texas. the governor of florida, rick scott, he says get out. >> dana: save yourself basically. when rick showed that model, the hurricane possibly hitting between savannah and charleston, just a year ago hurricane matthew hit that area right before the election. hardly got any attention but it did a lot of damage. i hope that the storm goes out to sea and doesn't hurt those folks again. >> juan: kennedy, what about the caribbean? >> kennedy: it's terrifying that there are these other
storms swirling on the heels of irma. the evacuation is very different than what we sow with hurricane harvey. that was a rain event that no one could have anticipated. the damage from rain and wind, very difficult for people in florida. they are fortunately very used to these storms. they live through andrew 25 years ago. rick scott said this is stronger than andrew. get out now. >> juan: oh, boy. >> juan: oh, boy. we will be following this
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>> jesse: time now for "one more thing." greg. >> greg: my podcast is up right now. i'm interviewing the band dream machine. it's quite delightful. i am sure you will like it. now let's go to this. greg's to happiness. sometimes you only need two things in life. a hammock and one single rice snack. take a look at this little fella. the key to happiness is you find a comfortable place to relax and you just take your time and nibble away. don't eat too fast because you are lying on your back and you could choke on that but that's the secret to happiness right there. and if you can enlist the help somebody scratch her head. that would be really nice. there it is. that little guy, he's not sure what that is. he's not saying that the or anything. >> jesse: that's big news. that's not a rice snack.
that looks like shredded wheat. >> juan: peggy whitson return to earth from the international space station saturday. it was a historic return. she's the astronaut would spend the most total days in space, male or female and the oldest female asked her not to travel at 57 years old. the thing she missed the most? pizza and flushing the toilet. don't ask. whitson is from houston and she made a point to thank her houston coworkers for staying at nasa during the flooding. >> dana: also back on that one was jack fisher. i got a call from space. he is a great colorado. that's not my "one more thing." i also have a podcast. tonight, my husband filled in because chris stirewalt was on vacation. take a look. >> do you ever get jealous that dana loves jasper more than you? >> no, i recognize it. she said she liked the idea of the convertible once. she said she liked the audi tt.
it only has two seats, there's no room for the dog. and she said yes there is, there's no room for you. >> jesse: "star wars" jobs at risk. he has a great voice. >> kennedy: speaking of great shoes, adidas has released their oktoberfest issues. just in time for october. at dpp are coding. there's a lot of drinking at oktoberfest. around the world. that's a terrible puke and beer repellent -- they are vomit resistant shoes for the alcoholic put. he also enjoys the sporting life. >> jesse: president trump donated $1 million from his own account. to harvey relief. red cross, salvation army, see the next page. there we go. habitat gets a little money. shout out to jimmy carter. there you go.
set your dvrs. never miss an episode of "the five." "hannity" coming up next. 5:00 e same. "special report" is next. >> bret: this is a fox news alert. good evening. i am bret baier in washington. we are keeping our eye on the eye of the storm, hurricane irma tearing up puerto rico right now as it rips through the caribbean. parts of florida, already being attacked rated. president trump strikes a deal with democrats on harvey funding, the debt limit, government funding. to deal democrats are touting. right now the president is returning to washington after rallying his base in north dakota over tax reform. first up, a storm already called the strongest atlantic ocean hurricane ever recorded. correspondent phil keating is in miami-dade county. people getting ready and getting out. good