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[cheering and applause] thanks? stein, always a pleasure. dave rubin, kat sims and tyrus in our studio audience. ess one year ago president trump was elected and still can't get over it. a bunch of liberals were screaming in protest. to celebrate the one-year anniversary, here is a montage
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of o the mainstream media meltig down when they heard trump had won. >> it's crying tonight. i mean literally crying. >> everybody is crying and so upset. it'sse the end of their world. >> feels like the end of the world. >> i was slowly getting drunk is what happened to me. >> how do we explain how this is possible? >> how did this happen? experienced politicians versus racist fake gynecologists. >> get your abortions now because we are going to be [bleep] and we'll have to live with it. >> you are awake, by the way. you are not having a terrible dream. also you are not dead and you haven't gone to hell. this is your life now, this is your election, this is your country. >> this is a different earth than it was 4 hours ago.
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it's different. >> the person president obama called the most qualified person to ever run for the white house couldn't break through. the question is who can? >> the world's shining light of democracy has gone dark. >> decency lost last night and that's what's so hurtful. >> this was a white lash against a changing country, and against a black president in part. and that's the part where the pain comes. >> the pushback against the advancement of african-americans, of hispanics, ofof women and muslim americans. >> it's a mourning moment for those people, and it is a moment firld with fear. >> people come up top me and they are scared, despaired, desperate and almost clinging to me. >> people are worried.
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he'sok the president, now what? >> it's like we are trying to avoid a-pocalypse and half the country is voting for the asteroid. jesse: sean, you look giddy when you are watching that. sean: part of me is. because they are so dumb. it's never easy for a republican to win when you look at the l electoral votes. you saw the crowd and the momentum. i gave out for an entire year the statistics on how many people on food stamps in poverty, lowest homeownership in 50 years. they don't listen. you know who listened? the people who are suffering. jesse: i want to welcome you to "watters world." are you nervous? sean: shaking like a leaf on my set. what is this, it's "watters
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world" and you are all living. jesse: i have the world thing and the collar, you have the football. >> t i have watched this and ths meltdown has gone on for a year. i'm a conservative, you are pretty conservative. here is the deal though. this is now bordering on a psychotic collective breakdown by the left. they can't handle how wrong they were. they just -- it's also dangerous for the president. jesse: do you think it's based upon the fact they called the election so wrong they can't get over that? sean: there is a swamp, forces working every day that want this president out, it doesn't matter to them how they do it. you have got theg deepta stated never trumpers. they will do anything to get this man out of office. jesse: they are doing it day
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after day because the democrats are shut out of power, the media is the tip of the spear. trump declared war on the media. let's look at the history of trump versus the press. >> just because attack fake news and attack our network. president trump: i'm changing it from fake news to very fake news. when the media lies to people, i will never ever let them get away with it. they have their own agenda, and their agenda is not your agenda. they could not defeat us in the primaries. and they could not defeat us in the general election, and we'll continue to expose them for what they are and most of importantly, we'll continue to
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win, win, win. jesse: who do you think is winning. ratings and circulation is up with the media and credibility is way down. sean: i don't think they ever recover credibilitywise. the sing the greatest quality of donald trump is he won't take your lies and he calls you out. this media bias thing, now, you see it day after day, night after night. newspaper article after news paper article. in a sense i don't see how they recover any credibility. jesse: fake news has been so deadly, no one h trusts anything whether it's been right or wrong. sean: i think people are hip to media bias. i said this in 2007, it was
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beforen, you were born. journalism is done, it's buried, it's finished. it's sad because people deserve the truth. there are times i have a conservative view because i believe conservatism works. but you have to look at truth sometimes. they are so ideological, everything is seen through the prism of this hatred that they have towards the president. it's not good for the american people, not good for the country. in that sense they are the opposition party.he they are what bannon said they are. jesse: he was blasted for saying that. he said the fake news media is the enemy. i want to get your sense about the president's international relations. he had a lot of speeches and has gone on a lot of trips. here are some of the highlights. president trump: a better future is only possible if your nations drive out the terrorists and
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drive out the extremists. drive them out. drive them out! rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime. the united states is ready, willing and able, but hopefully this will not be necessary. while we'll always welcome new citizens who share our values and love our people. our borders will always be closed to terrorism and extremism of any kind. jesse: i know you love little rocket man. sean: we went through 8 years. imagine this. we had a president who couldn't say the words "radical islamic terrorism." man caused disasters and other euphemisms. unfortunately this world is dark, there is a lot of evil. there are people who want plot,
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plan, scheme and want to kill our children. we see terrorism throughout the world andsi on our shores now. the president wants to take measures to protect our people. one of the challenges is rocket man. you make a mistake when you try to appease dictators like clinton bribed them with money. the sadad thing is, is there noa lot of good options. you have to almost take it off the pad -- then you run the risk, if you take out the nuclear fallout, will he launch against south korea? jesse:in what is trump's doctri. sean: you know when you talk you
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smile talk. that's a clever trick. evenou though you are saying stf some people don't like. jesse: like the worthless democrats. you say it with a smile and they think it's a joke. sean: the trump doctrine is what he said in his speech in south korea. i thought what he has been able to accomplish this early in this presidency. the speech he gave in the middle east and south korea. probably two of the most of powerful speeches and such a contrast to what obama did in this 8 years. it shows america reestablishing its strength on the world stage. the worlder needs a strong amera in the age of radicalism and extremism and fundamentalism. telling their kids to strap broms on yourselves and go to heaven with 7 virgins. am i leaving with the *?
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jesse: not yet. sean: i thought it was getting the brush-off good-bye. jesse: no, but thank you for bloviating. sean: your mannerisms are so like bill's. jesse: let's talk about domestic policy. president trump: a recent lpartment of labor report shows the fewest jobless claims since 1973. our stock market just hit another record high. the m highest it's been in histy by far. we created $5.4 trillion only in stock market trillion. today i'm keeping another promise to the american people by nominating judge kneel
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gorsuch to be of the if united states supreme court. i think there is blame on both sides. and i have no doubt about it and you don't have any doubt about it either. jesse: that was the charlottesville news conference, that really hurt the brand. you have lower regulations but no atlantic lay touch accomplishments to speak of. sean: this week on my show i did a mini monologue. ii addressed it to the senate. we lost virginia, new jersey and washington, a bluee state. the republicans do hold their destiny in their hands. the senate fails miserably on repealing and replacing. if they fail on this economic plan and fail to get the economy and its potential growth, they are all risking their future.
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jesse: your taxes are going up, sean. sean: it seems the republicans have abandoned republican supply side economics. i'm not a nationalist pop latest. i'm a reagan conservative. saw that cutting the top marginal rate, 20 million new jobs created. at the time it was the longest period of peacetime growth in history. i started as a dishwasher. jesse: we can tell. sean: how can you tell? jesse: around hollywood guy now. you have a movie. sean: that's so insulting. judge jeanine: why should people watch the movie "let there be light." sean: what i did was on paper insane. we shouldn't have been
9:14 pm i'm not saying that or patting myself on the back. i saw a script that was the -- just the opposite of what we see every week in hollywood. it's simple. sex, violence, jennifer aniston falls in love and out of love. then next movie she falls in love with somebody else. i saw this script and i knew of instinctively it would touch people's hearts, it would touch their emotions, even their souls. i have got can so many reports of entire theaters of people trying. as a result we started with 353 theatres. then we went to nearly 700, now we are pat 900. it was a wing and a prayer. jesse: it was a wing and a prayer having you on "watters
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world." we may even have you back. jesse: liberals mark one year since trump's election by screaming into the sky and "watters world" was there to capture it.
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jesse ia. mr. trump making good on promises to pro note the denuclearization of north korea and expanding american interest in the region. but you wouldn't know it by watching the mainstream media. they are focused on creating fake news like this. >> president trump broke protocol in japan by dumping an entire box of koi food into a fish pond. jesse: joining me now to analyze the president's asian swing is former campaign manager corey lewandowski. we know the whole fish deal was fake news. turns out the jp niece prime minister dumps his food first and president trump follows.
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if they are going to lie about feeding fish, what else has the mainstream media been lying to us about. >> they lie about everything. feed the fish quick and let's move on. jesse: they shouldn't be koi about their bias. i want to show you footage of the golf match. trump is obviously in the fairway because he's hitting it straight and the japanese prime minister we believe finds himself in the bunker and is climbing up, there he is in white, falls back into the sand trap. there he goes again in slow motion, good-bye. this is one of the differences
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between president trump and president guam. he's playing golf and forming strong relationships. >> where one of those strong relationships was formed was on the golf course. they have a good strong relationship. when you are with someone four or five hours at a time, you get to build on that relationship. jesse: another difference between president obama and president trump. president obama with the deep deep bow to the emperor. president trump a little nod and a nice handshake. >> i know the mainstream media didn't want to cover it. they said it wasn't a big deal.
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the continues is other world leaders respect president trump. and i don't think they had the same respect for president obama when he was president. jesse: let's get into an nbc news reporter asking president trump about the shooting that just happened in texas. >> you talked about wanting to put extreme vetting on to people coming into the united states. i wonder if you have considered extreme vetting for people trying to buy a gun. president trump: if you did what you are suggesting there would have been no difference three days ago and you might not have had that brave person who had a rifle in his truck go out and shoot him and hit him and neutralize him. jesse: this bothers me. because we do have extreme vetting for gun purchases and
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the vetting wasn't done properly. the air force never reported this guy had domestic charges against him. and that was the reason he got the gun. >> when the president is overseas and is just south of a madman. why don't we talk about what the world cares about. jesse: by madman, i think you mean little rocket man. the president had a message for little rocket man. president trump: we sent three of the largest aircraft carriers in the world and they are now positioned. we have a nuclear submarine also positioned. we have many things happening that we hope to god we never have to use. with that being said, i really believe it makes sense for north korea to come to the table and
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to make a deal. >> this is textbook, gun boat diplomacy where you have an armada off the coast and say little rocket man, why don't you come to the table. >> i don't think little rocket man wants to test our resolve. he was clear when rocket man wanted to talk about launching a missile at our territory in but all. if there -- in but all. in g guam. arrabella, president trump's granddaughter speaks fluent mandarin chinese and that was on
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video. >> this is really something special. i know this is something they talked about for a long time inside the white house to make sure she would have the opportunity to do that. this is not the first opportunity she has had to speak chinese to foreign leaders. jesse: the chinese culture really values the children and places a lot of stock in the parenting of successful children. if you have successful wish pres in my country saw what was
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happening and did something about it. they did not, but i will. unfortunately the people running our country before this administration, they were weak, they were bad negotiators, and they were taken advantage of. it's a policy of putting america first which means making the best trade deals for our country. >> 37 major deals. i think they are to the tune of $250 bill. it looks like things are happening on that front. corey, thank you very much. coming up, real american videos of the w
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[♪] lauren: i'm lauren green. president trump will be leaving vietnam within the hour heading for the philippines, the last stop on his asian tour. he was welcomed to hanoi earlier in the day and then went into the meetings with tran quang. president trump talked about the
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budding relationships between the two countries. then he was asked about meeting with vladimir putin at apex summit the day before county require's very important to get along with russia, china, vietnam. lots of country. having russia in a friendly posture as opposed to always fighting with them is an asset to the world and our country. not a liability. in reducing can emissions. jesse: a new segment called real american videos of the week. joining me, brit mchenry. i'm on the internet and look at the buffalo bills fans going crazy at a tailgate.
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i don't think he even realized he's on fire and they are putting him out with beer. this is something that's catching on courtesy of total frat move. they are playing golf with their buddies, then hitting each other with the golf carts. let's see it. jesse: oh, wow. >> that usually happens around the 4th roll when you try to enjoy the day. jesse: maybe after the 4th hole maybe a few drinks had been had. is that our getting to? jesse: that was a set-up.
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if anyone tried that with me they would get a 4-iron on the head. here is a raccoon with a dog in a pool. i don't know why i picked that video, but it fascinates me. let's get to real news you probably didn't hear this week. a woman who works for a government contracting firm was fired for flipping off president trump's motorcade as she rode her bicycle nearby. she was terminated for violating the company's conduct policy. she got canadian and she said if she had the chance to do it
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again she would. >> i think there should be accountability for this complete disrespect for the president. you can argue there is freedom of speech and expression, but there are consequences. newsflash, i'm sure your employer, all employers will see it. jesse: a professor believes toxic masculinity to fuel the rise of donald trump. the villagers who enabled gaston were all responsible for the violent toxic masculinity that nearly destroyed their small community. jesse: my 6-year-old girls can't watch "beauty and the beast." >> when i was a little girl i
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used to walk all with a book in my hands because i wanted to be like belle. jesse: the professor is probably jealous of gaston. california's naacp is pushing for state lawmakers to ban "the national anthem." they say it's one of the most racist anti-black songs. what is racist about the as far as spangled banner? >> nothing. it is a minute the country should be able to come together as americans to honor service members. the seattle seahawks players had a veterans day. pick a side, pick what you are
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standing for or not standing moref for. we all should be standing up, showing respect, or go to the bench. great news on the job fronts. the u.s. economy is at a 17-year low when it comes to the unemployment rate. 261,000 jobs in the month of october sending the jobless rate down to 4.1%. i didn't hear a lot about this. i wonder why? >> the government projected what a loss of 30,000 jobs after hurricane irma and hurricane harvey, and they gained 18,000. but it's always just picking apart the first lady and melania trump. jesse: paul krugman said the market would crash when trump became president.
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now it is an historic high. i'm sure krug man is enjoying his 401k nonetheless. coming up, veterans day, "watters world" style. liberals scream on the anniversary of president trump's anniversary. watters was ♪ hey, bud. you need some help? no, i'm good. come on, moe. i have to go. (vo) we always trusted our subaru impreza would be there for him someday. ok. that's it. (vo) we just didn't think someday would come so fast. see ya later, moe. (vo) the subaru impreza. the longest-lasting vehicle in its class. more than a car, it's a subaru.
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states like these and their terrorist allies constitute an a exirks s of evil jesse: joining me now, former navy seal who commanded seal team three. he received a silver star and bronze star. jacko is a her to of the new book, "his principle equals freedom field manual." you served under president bush in iraq. how would you assess his
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performance as commander-in-chief? >> one thing we all felt about president bush was he believed in what we were doing and what america needed to do against these evil powers in the world. and i think we felt that all the way down the chain of command to the front lines. jesse: after 9/11 i believe the country needed something like that. to put it in simple terms, good and evil. some people didn't like that about him. personally i think the country needed, do you agree? >> i do agree. there are a lot of complexities you can put on top of these subjects. but when your nation is attack by people who want to destroy your culture and way of life, then you have to do something by the. and it does become pretty black and white. jesse: there was a spirit about the guy.
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he really rose to the occasion. i don't think a lot of people could have done that. >> it's a challenging position. no one thought an attack like 9/11 was going to happen. it obviously changed the lives of everyone i knew and the military. they completely changed their lives. and clearly for president bush his idea of what it was going to be to be president changed that day and i think he stepped up. jesse: something else that changed dramatically is the country of iraq. let's take a look at the moments there. >> american coalition forces are in the early stages of it in operations to disrarm iraq, free its people and defend the world from grave danger. yesterday december 13, at around
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8:30 p.m. baghdad time, united states military forces captured saddam hussein alive. now the former dictator of iraq will face the justice he denied to millions. jesse: an incredible moment finding saddam in that little hole like a dog, and delivering justice he so deserved. what do you think when you see those images? >> i remember going in iraq and former saddam palaces and compounds. and the rooms that were clearly torture chambers that he had. hooked on the wall. just disturbing images that we walked through as we secured and cleared parts of that city. that's what i remember. it was awful to see and it was
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something as we arrived on the ground we knew we were together right thing. jesse: say what you want about wmds. that's ancient history. now the people in iraq their lives are much, much better. let's take a look at afghanistan, a place where america still is. >> the united states military has begun strikes against al qaeda terrorist training camps and military installations of the taliban regime in afghanistan. >> as commander-in-chief i have determined it's in our vital national interest to send an additional 30,000 troops to afghanistan. after 18 months, our troops will again begin to come home. tonight i can report to the american people and the record. the united states conducted an
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operation that killed usama bin laden, the leader of al qaeda. jesse: american soldiers are still to this day in afghanistan. i'll let you have the last word. >> this is going to be a long war and it will continue. this an ideology filled with evil and hate. if we don't protect ourselves from them and actively prosecute the targets around the world, they will be as our doorstep again. jesse: jacko, happy veterans day and thank you for your service. apparently one year isn't enough to get or hillary clinton's historic election loss. historic election loss. liberals are screaming hi. so i just got off the phone with our allstate agent, and i know that we have accident forgiveness. so the incredibly minor accident that i had tonight... four weeks without the car. okay, yep. good night. with accident forgiveness,
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jesse: it's been an entire year since donald trump was elected president, and liberals still can't get over it. democrats gathered in new york city to scream helplessly at the sky. and of course "watters world" had to check it out. do you think screaming into the
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sky makes your side look good. >> screaming into the sky makes our side look fun. jesse: why don't you do what republicans did on the anniversary of obama's election. >> drink. >> that's a false dichotomy you just created. jesse: when you say trump has to go, what do you moon? >> he's not mentally fit to be president. jesse: how has he demonstrated mental unfitness. >> he is hot tempered and he needs a babysitter. jesse: if trump needs a babysitter, what do you need? how has trump changed your life so far?
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is that it? >> yeah. jesse: you want to let out a scream for me right now? jesse: you spit all over the mic. can you wipe that off for me? you can do better than that. you need to work on that. >> i don't know what we are yelling about. feel better? >> somewhat. jesse: do you think wearing a
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hat that says make america great again is fascist? you think trump is like hitler? >> he has his finger on the nuclear button. president trump: my strongest asset maybe by far is my temperament. i have a winning temperament. i don't wear a to you pay. it's my hair. i swear. jesse: what do you think tonight is going to change. >> conversations like this change people's mind. this dialogue will impact me and hopefully impact you. ess do you know who i am? jess i'm watters and this is my world. >> pleased to meet you tom
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watters and your world. jesse: that package was a real cream. up next, love letters to me. tom.
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ess love letters. brendan king tweets. i love your show. i love your awesomeness and funny sense of humor. i love that you keep it real. you are the goat, brotha. last week me and my dad were watching your show. my dad asked what is the score because we were also watching a football game. i said watters 30, democrats 0. that's all for us tonight.
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