♪ >> dana: i'm dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, jesse watters and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city, and disses "the five" ." -- this is "the five." new political fallout for hillary clinton. fox news confirming clinton and the dnc paid for the research that led to the russian dossier. as you may recall, the dossier tried to tie the president to moscow. here's what we know. a lawyer representing the clintons retained a firm called fusion gps. to compile opposition research. the firm hired dossier author christopher steele, a former
british spy. earlier, president trump reacted to the revelation. >> i think it's very sad but they have done with this fake dossier. it was made up, and i understand they paid a tremendous amount of money. hillary clinton always denied it. the democrats always denied it. only because it's going to come out in a court case, they said yes, they did it. they admitted it, and they are embarrassed by it. but i think it's a disgrace. it's a very sad, a very sad commentary on politics. >> dana: okay, juan. i have to ask. when i first saw the news last night, i thought "didn't we already know this?" and i realize we didn't know the one piece which is that the clinton campaign itself and the dnc had helped pay for it. it wasn't a third party. >> juan: i think we knew that. i think we knew the clintons have been involved, the clinton campaign or someone representing the clinton campaign.
devin nunes, who still has subpoena power in the congress, although he said he was recusing himself, stepping back from leadership of the house investigation. really want to know who among the clinton folks was paying for it and they found out. they subpoenaed fusion gps for bank records. that forced some people on the democratic clinton side to say forget it, fusion. you don't have to abide by the confidentiality agreement. we will tell our names. turns out it was mark elia. i am stunned at devin nunes, hard to recuse himself because he was putting out classified information. now to step back into it, and this is distraction, diversion. at the behest of mr. devin nunes and the republicans from the fact that there is a serious investigation going on into donald trump's relationship with the russians. >> dana: brian fallon,
spokesperson for the clinton campaign, he was asked about edge. he denied any acknowledgment there was some kind of lie that happened but he also said if i had gotten handed it last fall, i would've had no problem passing it along. isn't that exactly what donald trump jr. was saying about his meeting -- basically, doesn't everybody do it? people suggested maybe not. >> jesse: double standard when it came to the don jr. meeting at trump tower. you had a russian woman who came to them and said i might have something on the clintons. what do you have? she had nothing in the meeting ended and no money changed hands. in this case, the clintons actively sought dirt on donald trump, paid for it, and then lied about it. when the clintons do it, it's called opposition research. when trump didn't do it, it's called collusion. it's funny that juan likes to talk about diversion. this story is not about nunes. it's about the clintons. that's they diversion. nice try, juan.
i do the same thing. >> juan: what was the large clinton told? >> jesse: they'd had for a year they didn't have a anything to do with the dossier. >> juan: let's go back on the record. wasn't it that republicans first paid fusion gps to do opposition research on donald trump. >> jesse: the dossier. >> juan: the democrats step up and steele get tired and then you say it's the equivalent of what took place at trump tower with junior? >> jesse: according to your standard, les. no money changed hands. >> juan: and donald jr. went right to the fbi and the way fusion went to the fbi and said we've got a problem. >> jesse: i think the fbi came to steele and tried to pay. >> dana: and then they played the fifth. more information leading to robert miller's investigation.
>> greg: i am trying to make sense of it. didn't they surveilled trump tower because of the information in the dossier which others people paid for. then later the fbi gets involve involved. the fbi considered paying this guy, steele, more money to keep going but decided not to. that's also weird because they were about to use our taxpayer money to unseat a president which is also weird. i love the fact that for the longest time hillary has been blaming her loss on russian collusion. then there's that old line from sleep away camp, whoever smelt it dealt it. they commissioned this dossier which led to an investigation which leads us back to hillary. she is the initial and primary polluter. i call that kirony, a mixture of karma and irony. people have been mocking the tweets about this and it turns out trump is right. i don't know.
i would hate to be the democratic party right now. it is like the crack house on the block that lowers all the property values. it's time for the clintons to go away because they can't seem to shake it. >> dana: i think it would be smart, from a political standpoint, smart for the republicans try to keep her in the picture. >> kimberly: absolutely. keep going on the book tour. go everywhere so people can ask you questions about this. this is sad because this is like the political boomerang on the democrats. they thought they had it in spades. i guess president trump, his administration transition team. instead, the whole story has come back on them. i agree with jesse. the democrats thought they had this. they put these allegations, mainstream media against president trump. none of it stood up. no factual basis. president trump goes twitter- twitter-tastic. everyone freaks out and it turns out he was right.
>> dana: nobody knows what miller's investigation will be. the piece about manafort and flynn wasn't part of this dossier thing. there are lots of different things here. this could be a strategic leak somewhere to get republicans to say, look how legitimate the robert mueller investigation is because now it has spread to democrats. returning legitimacy to something they were trying to discredit. >> greg: she should have spent less time on the dossier and more time in deerfield. she has been blaming russia for her loss and in the way she's right. she relied on a lurid dossier rather than going to wisconsin. if she had not counted on her gender and this dossier and distorted to do -- decided to do the legwork in wisconsin. she would have won and the big point is, none of this would have come out had she won. we wouldn't have known about this disgusting crap that is
going on. donald trump won and now we know what is going on behind the scenes. >> dana: he talked about the uranium one deal at the press conference. >> last week, you thought the iranians sailed to russia was one of the big stores the decade. three congressional committees are now looking at that. we haven't heard you talk about it. >> i think the uranium sale to russia and the way it was done, so underhanded with tremendous amounts of money being passed. i think that's watergate modern age. >> dana: what do you think of that, jesse? >> jesse: you can see him smirking when he called it watergate because everybody does it. we all add "gate" next to something scandalous. a lot of gates in my past. >> kimberly: an hour-long special coming up. >> jesse: thank you, dana.
look at the numbers. haley took $145 million from russians. podesta's firm. the trump team took $0 from russians. paid to help lobby the state department under hillary clinton for uranium one. it's all connected, and we know they were concerned about this because the wikileaks emails show mook and fallon were worried when this story broke. people are saying, do we need a special counsel on this? going special counsel crazy. let's throw it all and wait eight years and it will finally finally -- >> juan: greg said it's hard to follow all this but you know the problem, greg? smoke, false front. you'd never know the republican party would falling apart -- was
falling apart in america. >> greg: how is that democratic party doing? >> jesse: it's only hard to follow when it involves hillary. >> jesse: you want clinton in the news. why pay attention -- >> greg: i didn't ask her to write that book. i love the fact that this high horse hillary and the democrats have been on, that horse has been taken out into the woods and shopped. it's a metaphor, an analogy. it's not a real horse. no writing about that. they've been pointing fingers about all this stuff in the finger is pointing back at them. there is a parallel to watergate with this dossier. they have this election in the bag but they couldn't resist doing that silly spy games. they did it anyway. they couldn't resist. at the time they were paying for this dossier, "the new york times" had her chances at 97%. why did she do it? she thought she could get away
with it. that's her education. she is so cynical. she thought, why not? let's pay for it. >> kimberly: this is how they operate. somebody came up with this scheme in the back of the scooby van with the scooby snack. hillary thought it was a great idea. >> juan: nobody, not even devin nunes says hillary clinton was directing this. nobody says the clinton campaign -- >> kimberly: we don't know that. >> juan: nobody says marc elias was directing steele. such a hatchet job much of the dossier has been verified. the fbi -- >> kimberly: no, it hasn't, juan. it hasn't. >> juan: the most lewd and lurid part has not been confirmed but the reason the fbi was thinking of paying steele
was they thought this guy is pretty good. >> greg: steele was already on the payroll. also i think the fbi -- correct me but i'm pretty sure comey had him on the payroll and they were using this guide. >> juan: they might've used him for something else but fusion hired him after elias came on. >> greg: the key difference between the democrats -- adversary wanted to look at his businesses. it had nothing to do with the dossier. the dossier came into the picture when hillary and fusion came together and said, let's get this dossier. >> kimberly: none of that was worth anything either. >> greg: and another thing. >> dana: next, some of president trump's toughest critics in the media trying to enlist retired senator flake to get him out of office. later, sean hannity is going to join us on "the five" in studio.
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>> greg: monologue time. after jeff flake's anti-trump speech, the press responded just how you would expect, as impeachment sheep. >> if he is dangerous to democracy, as you say, should he be removed from office? >> there's a way congress can change this. do you think congress should be pursuing every avenue to get president trump out of office? >> senator, is there a difference in your mind between a president who, these are your words, undermines our democratic ideals and has a flagrant disregard for the truth and decency and a president who is unfit to hold the office? >> are words enough, senator? what should you and your colleagues be doing? >> greg: it is positively pavlovian. you can't blame the media for asking a question. flake pretty much demanded a revolt against trump. yet when asked, flake flakes. >> i don't think any of those remedies are justified. >> i don't want to go down that
road. >> i don't think some of the remedies are being talked about. impeachment, high crimes and misdemeanors. i don't think that applies. >> greg: that is backtracking. why start when you can't finish? maybe because it was baloney to begin with. if flake really thought democracy was under attack, why wouldn't he stand and fight? imagine if hillary were in office. would a republican senator say "she's harming our country. therefore i am retiring?" it doesn't make any sense. trump may not be your choice but flake's exit seems more about losing a future election then dealing with the president. his speech was high drama and gets pats on the head from his friends in the media. flake basically went for a short-term sugar high. sure, that deep fried twinkie is initially pleasing but you will regret it. you saw that in flake's interviews. like a poodle, he took a moment to get his back scratched by the
democrats and a belly rub by the media. the validation come a doggy treat. as he bails, he claims the high ground. no, if you are leaving because you know you can't win, just go quietly. this stand isn't brave. it's petulance. opposing donald trump is a real option for anyone in the honest government by hit-and-run guerrilla tactics only work when he stand the battle. this is a teacher's pet who sticks his tongue out at u.n. heights brand the teacher. it is the courage of a spectator. true, there is been nothing like donald trump in tone or tenor among republicans but there's always been rough rhetoric from the left. this is new turf for us too bad jeff flake. that was a play on words, kimberly. >> kimberly: it pleases me. can't you tell by the look on my
face? >> greg: i can never tell if you are happy or sad. jeff flake essentially said the enemy to democracy is trump. >> kimberly: it made no sense. come out with some great statement as to why you're moving on and not going to seek reelection. instead he shames himself by saying if you think there's something wrong when you don't speak up, you are complicit and part of the problem. he's not only going to slip boy into the night, he had a chance to say something. he said it and he's leaving. >> greg: makes no sense. >> kimberly: not a good career move. >> greg: i want to play this. it's from a show called "morning joe." never heard of it. jeff flake was on there and he had to say this. speak at the bottom line is if i was to run a campaign i could be proud of where i didn't have to cozy up to the president and his
positions or his behavior, i could not win in a republican primary. that's the bottom line. it's not that you have to be with the president on policy. you can't question his behavior and still be a republican in good standing, apparently. in a republican primary. >> greg: he is honest in the sense he couldn't win. but is he being dishonest by saying you can't question trump? didn't one of the people lose recently in a primary? >> jesse: he saw the writing on the wall and he bailed. that was the most honest thing. this entire apology tour, or whatever you want to call it. if you are republican, the fastest way to media stardom is to attack another republican. ask john mccain. they get used and abused. he is just an item on the assembly line that the media picks up and throws at the president. they have been wanting to impeach this guy from the jump. first about collusion and then
obstruction and then he was mentally unfit now they just don't like his character. the line of questioning shows their hand. remember scott mcclellan? press secretary for w. he did the media book tour and was totally discarded, had no friends on the left, had no friends on the right. the same thing is happening to flake. he is the flavor of the month. but if ted cruz came out, they would do the same thing. he would be on every single sunday show, all these people in the green room. hey, ted. lying ten, that was really mean. really wish you would have won the primary. total phoniness. the smartest thing flake said was he was going down. >> kimberly: he knew he was going to get smoked. >> greg: if you agree with your adversaries, they will become your friends. this is donald trump responding to jeff flake. we have it on tape for you at home. >> his poll numbers in arizona are so low that he couldn't win. and i don't blame him for
leaving. i think he did the right thing for himself. the first time i saw him on television, i had not really been -- nobody knew me in terms of politics but the first time i saw him on television, i said i assume he's a democrat. he's done terribly for the great people of arizona. a state that likes donald trump very much. even you will admit. and he would have never won. he did the smart thing for himself. this way, he can get out somewhat gracefully. >> greg: juan, why wouldn't -- you can respond to that but why wouldn't jeff flake run as an independent? >> juan: i don't think he would be welcome in the democratic party. jeff flake is a real principled conservative who voted with donald trump. i think they say 90% of the time. but he's discomforted by trump's behavior, anger. this is the point i would make to you, greg. he feels the moment republican party has become -- i think i'm
using his language, the party of anger, resentment. rather than the party of principle. i think there's a fight going on among republicans at this moment that it's very interesting. is the republican party the party of trump? do you have to just be loyal to trump and it's a cult of personality or can you hold to what was previously conservative principles in terms of free markets, low taxes, proem immigration. >> greg: under president obama, another cult of personality, there were conservative democrats that still remained as democrats even though they disagreed perhaps with a lot of what president obama did. >> dana: even if you go back to bill clinton, the democrats hung together. anything is different now. parties evolve and they change. i think if you watch what
president trump did today, asked several times. he actually didn't take the bait to counterpunch even more to keep it going. he said he made the right decision for himself. that way he can exit gracefully. i don't -- i feel like even president trump and sarah sanders did this last week. they let it go. if they want to continue to be more successful about not just uniting a party be accepting, ignoring the words and looking at what he does, they have to i think, they realize this, maybe except that disposition of the president is uncomfortable for some people, and they have to let him say that. as long as they are looking at what they do and not just what they say. there seems to be no give. i think that's what he was saying. how many people do you know that you work with over the years that complain every day about their jobs? >> greg: some of them are at this table. >> dana: you think, why don't you leave them? why don't you quit?
flake decided. i think i would've declined the additional media opportunities. i would've let the speech stand and sit alone at the lunch table for the next year and a half. not do the rest of the media interviews. >> juan: dana perino, you are supposed to be a nice person and now have to defend greg gutfeld? >> dana: i am not talking about him. >> juan: talking about someday complaining about their job. >> kimberly: the people who complain about life and everything in your health conditions. >> greg: make this place a better place. >> dana: i wasn't talking about you. you know people who are like that. they complain every day and you think whether you get a new job? >> kimberly: the crazy "reply all" emails. >> greg: is that me? how soon do you think flake is going to be an msnbc contributo contributor? >> dana: i think he's going to go to arizona and be a think tank guy. >> greg: that's a weird superhero. we are moving.
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♪ >> jesse: president trump surprised reporters with an impromptu press conference on the lawn. he said the press has it wrong again on the state of the republican party. >> fake stories are being reported. a lot of bad things are being reported that aren't true. i think to a certain extent they be i can blame the media but politics is a rough business. there's no question about it. i will say this. i think the republican party has a pretty good unity. when i look at that room yesterday at lunch and you know any reported on this very well. i mean, you gave it a very good report. the fact is, there was tremendous unity in that room.
we are really unified on what we want to do. >> jesse: how unified is the republican party? >> dana: a lot more unified than the media thinks and, you know when you first went to college, i don't know if you had a roommate in your dorm. he finally figured out how to live together and work together. like oh, actually could have more fun if you get along. i think president trump has a strategy here. for the last week or two come he's been saying things like "everything looks good. we are altogether." it's like having a coach. and coaches thing we are going to do this together. let's stick together. it might be hard but we can do it. i think it has a psychological effect on trying to get something done. >> jesse: he used that tactic after the hurricanes when he praised the recovery efforts. he does have that head coach kind of rhetoric. >> greg: i think the iranians, we've had so many people clamoring for transparency that he may be the most transparent
politician we've ever seen. we know what he's thinking all the time. >> jesse: unfortunately sometimes we do. >> greg: i have said this before. i don't choose a surgeon based on personality. personality is not going to remove a tumor without slicing a nerve. i will take a competent -- if you think he is crass or rude or a jerk, i will take a hyper competent jerk over eight charming failure. we had a charming failure for a long time. now we are seeing regulations rolled back, ice is being decimated. low unemployment, high consumer confidence. north korea could be a revelation. it could be huge. i know i am leaving something out but i'm going to keep talking because i feel it's important. i am over the idea of civility. i think it is overrated. deeds, not words. it will fall in line. if your boss is a jerk but good things happen. >> jesse: what do you say to
that, kimberly? you have corker and flake don't like the president personally but they are still going to vote for tax reform. >> kimberly: right. he has within his rights to disagree are not like them. they have said plenty about him. at the same time, hard and aggressive on them. saying he should be impeached. the president putting up with fake news stories and being accused of colluding with the russians. wouldn't you be frustrated at the way you have been mistreated and the way the press has been in the inordinate amount of negative stories. flying in the face of positive accomplishments and deeds. they complained about the tweets but they crave them. they crave the information, they crave the transparency. they want to know what he is thinking in real time and that is his morse code. >> jesse: you have to admit, the democratic party. there are wings at full war with each other. any time a republican senator
sneezes, the republican party is in a civil war according to the press. >> juan: this is so fascinating. news from another planet. here we go. there is a man named steve bannon and steve bannon used to work for the president. top political advisor. steve bannon. i guess the press pushed a button. he said we are at war with the republicans and we are going after mitch mcconnell. >> greg: transparency. >> juan: mitch mcconnell is the leader of the republicans in the senate. we are going after a half dozen of the republicans and were going to force them out of office. i wonder why anyone would say there is trouble with the republican ranks. then you have john mccain who says quite explicitly phony nationalism, it should be consigned to the dustbin of history, it's being used by this president. >> jesse: i considered healthy political debate. >> juan: if obama did any of it -- >> greg: what juan is getting at is an interesting point and
it's called diversity. the republican party is incredibly diverse. you can have people like me who are skeptical of populism and nationalism who get along with people who are populist. >> dana: you also have libertarian tendencies. for me, i'm not for that. the chairwoman of the rnc was on the daily briefing today and she said i think everything is fine. i think their numbers prove it. their fund-raising is dominating the democrats big time. there is proof in the pudding. >> kimberly: they are not struggling. these messages are consistent. steve bannon isn't saying anything the president didn't say when he was running and talking while draining the swamp. i don't see the message and consistency. >> jesse: sean hannity ahead. he's in studio next. he feels it. you are my hammer out there. don't let these young guys see you fold. ♪ i'm only human, i make mistakes ♪
beyond is our very good friend sean hannity. at least mine. [laughter] >> we had a hannity team and a five team party. juan and i put it on. >> kimberly: really nice, good snacks. >> you were there, i was there. >> kimberly: we had a great time. developments in the news. we want to get this new film. you are an executive producer. it's very exciting. let's talk about uranium one. we were beginning to talk about it. you've been covering it a lot. how big of a deal is it? how do you think the president is handling it? stick him this is going to become, in my opinion, the biggest foreign scandal in terms of russian interference.
it never made sense on the surface. why would anyone in america give 20% of america's uranium, foundational to nuclear weapons, why would you give it to the russians? it doesn't make sense on paper. what's fascinating, new developments. in 2009, we have an fbi informant. nondisclosure at some point. i think it's going to be lifted. when it's lifted, he has documents, recordings. the fbi knew. fbi director at the time as a guide by the name of mueller. the head of it is rosenstein. that raises a town of conflicts of interest. the trump-russia collusion which i think has been dead for a long time but the more fascinating side of it, the dangerous side. it was there a kickback? i believe america's national security was sold out and compromised and millions of dollars made it into the clinton foundation that was first revealed in peter schweizer's book.
on the other side of a coming of bill clinton doubling his speaking fees, wanting to talk with nuclear representatives in the nuclear energy industry in moscow. then he meets with vladimir putin. the bank that paid him has an interest in uranium one in that deal going down. putin has an interest because he wanted to gain access and foothold into the marketplace. the sad thing is, they got it. american security was compromised. that is, to me, a massive scandal. and they got financial money back. we've learned in terms of the money-laundering side of it is a lot of the money went through latvia. it was washed. i want to know if that money made it back to the clinton foundation. there's a possibility that could have happened. >> juan: hold on. this is "the five." it's not your monologue. >> jesse: wow. >> kimberly: i will be calling on people.
>> it is now "the sixth." i want to be here every day. >> juan: let me tell you clearly -- gregory corrected me. seems to me you should note the uranium couldn't leave the united states. the donations to the foundation happened long before she showed up as secretary of state. >> jesse: that is how bribes work. >> juan: other words, we are throwing up stuff. it sounds good. >> greg: this is the problem. it's a catastrophic deal if russia buys a facebook account but the uranium thing is perfectly okay. one of them goes into a nuke. >> juan: the united states wants to control the russian nuclear industry. we were engaged in this for that reason. >> who wanted to get a foothold in the market? the money. follow the money. >> juan: sean hannity, you are very close to the president of
the united states. speaking as a surrogate for the republicans. >> i am not a registered republican. i am a registered conservative. >> juan: why won't the president enforce the sanctions passed by the republican majority senate? >> you are going to have to ask the president. i don't know the answer. juan williams, in your heart of hearts, do you really believe it's a great idea that the foundational material, nuclear weapons sold to the person we were told was a hostile empire. evil empire. >> juan: i don't like him. >> kimberly: why don't we give it to north korea? >> juan: could not have gone into a russian nuclear device because it couldn't leave the country. >> yellowcake uranium was illegally owned by the russians now they have a foothold, sent to canada. you are wrong. >> juan: that would be illegal. that is breaking the law. >> jesse: never obey the law,
right? >> juan: i want the president to obey the law. >> do you feel good about the russian dossier clinton paid for? do you feel good that dossier may have resulted in the pfizera warrant. the intelligence leaking, all of this should not have existed? >> jesse: juan said he believes the russian dossier was true. >> juan: no, no. i said elements are it are true. the most scurrilous part, nobody knows. >> does it get frustrating when you want to talk more? >> dana: want to talk about your movie. >> kimberly: next, he is going to tell us about an inspirational film he is proud of and it's out in theaters this friday. "let there be light."
not dead." it was a massive hit. i was interviewing him. i said i love you are making films hollywood doesn't seem to make anymore. he doesn't contradict conservative christian values and had a great message. intellectual, emotionally, spiritually i was moved. this story, i have shown the movie to a couple hundred people. everyone has cried. there is a very powerful movie taken from the headlines today, it starts out with kevin sorbo who plays an atheist who wrote the book "aborting god." he is debating a christian. the crowd loves the atheist. it's about his journey. everything i love, you're never going to predict how it ends. you cannot predict the ending. >> dana: is it a happy ending? >> i am not saying a word. but i will say i'm really proud of it. it's an independent film. we didn't want hollywood in any way interfering.
>> juan: greg? given what this movie is about, i thought you should ask sean. >> greg: i am a big fan of sorbo. i know his wife very well. you've got a good bunch of people. >> juan: can i see sean hannity in this movie? >> i am in the movie. >> jesse: are you an extra? >> greg: are you satan? [laughter] >> kimberly: greg is so mean. he is so mean. >> i am sick of the formula of hollywood. sex, violence. >> juan: you can see. you've got to go to
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"sisters first." it hits bookstores this week and it's going to be a big hit. we went down memory lane a little bit. is the white house haunted? >> it is. did you have any experiences? >> dana: no, i was just haunted by my own self-worth and thought i could've done a lot better. there's more where that came from. they are going to be on "the five" in a week or two. >> greg: jenna was very nice to me at the gym. i introduced myself to her. >> kimberly: did you look like a sweaty weirdo? >> greg: my podcast is out right now. it's amazing. my guest is dr. jordan peterson. probably the foremost public intellectual. go on youtube and look of jordan peterson. he is a clinical psychologist. he's becoming very well-known everywhere. i'm sure a lot of viewers know who he is. listen to the podcast. his mind will blow your mind.
>> kimberly: how are you able to do the interview? >> greg: i did it before the show. >> kimberly: no, i mean intellectually. [laughter] ♪ >> juan: everybody dance. the smash hit "everybody dance now." cops in canada one of put a stop to people getting down in their car to that kind of music. the montreal police ticketed someone for singing the hit song. they said he was screaming, not singing, in the car. >> i was singing. i was singing. "everybody dance now." they asked me if i was screaming. i said no, i was just singing. he said okay, i need your driving license. >> juan: wow. i better watch when i'm doing in the car. no singing for me. >> greg: people with their
music on singing make me sick to my stomach. put them in jail. put them in jail. noise pollution is like any other pollution. >> kimberly: all right, you big filibuster over there. my thinking is a nice thing. the camden new jersey police department stepped up in a big way for a little boy battling cancer. the officers chipped in and bought 3-year-old ben graham his very own patrol car. look at how cute these pictures are. he is battling stage iv neuroblastoma. the police department posted these photos and said then was surprised of him so much fun with the officers. what an indelible memory. very sweet. god bless them for their service and kindness. >> jesse: do you like watching people dance? check this guy out. on the tarmac. they call him tarmac guy. he works for southwest. he directs planes and likes to dance. >> kimberly: haven't we shown
this before? >> dana: i've never seen it. never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is up next. >> bret this is a fox news alert. i am bret baier in washington. tonight president trump is claiming vindication over confirmation the clinton campaign and the democrat party, the dnc, helped fund and opposition research dossier filled with various unproven allegations, all suggesting that candidate trump had direct ties to the russians and might somehow be compromised. for the past two days, the trump administration has touted the significant developments in this story. new investigations. they have talked about a boom on wall street and growing confidence on capitol hill that tax cuts may actually be real this year. our latest fox news poll showed president trump's approval numbers sliding just before that.