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FOX News
Feb 16, 2016 9:00am PST
the national security. i don't think any candidate has dug deep with details. >>> george w. bush hitting the campaign trail on behalf of his brother jeb in south carolina. the former president didn't call out of any of jeb's opponents by name, but he did say this: >> i understand that americans are angry and us frustrated, bue do not need someone in the oval office who mirrors and enflames our anger and frustration. [applause] we need someone who can fix the problems that cause their anger and frustration, and that's jeb bush. [cheers and applause] andrea: the brothers also sat down for an exclusive interview with sean hannity, talking about foreign policy and defeating isis, and bush 43 made this point: >> the lessons of 9/11 are being forgotten by a lot of people, and that is a human condition elsewhere matters to our national security. if we let down our guard against this group of thugs, they will hurt us again. and the good news is jeb won't let down his guard. andrea: okay, rachel. there is a pretty big debate in the republican party today about how much the bushes should b
FOX News
Oct 20, 2016 9:00am PDT
: these quotes are important. in 2002 hillary clinton said george bush was selected, not elected according to nude -- "newsweek" hag -- magazine. so my problem is with the liberal pearl clutching right now. when donald trump says it, it's unconstitutional, undemocratic, it's anti-american. but when john kerry and hillary clinton say it about george bush, then it's okay. harris: but the difference is, too, i'm reading that "newsweek" quote right now, it goes on to say that bush's machine had raised far more money to, quote-unquote, ruin the reputations of the democrats during that election season. so there was this feeling of aftermath having said it. what donald trump's doing now is he's forecasting what will happen if things don't go right. so is that just the nonpolitician in him? julie: that's not the nonpolitician in him, that is somebody who doesn't care about a peaceful transition which is exactly what he's talking about. when he's going around telling people to be poll watchers because democrats are going to steal these elections, there's vast fraud going on all around the
FOX News
Feb 7, 2017 9:00am PST
since george washington. if bottom line, betsy devos has been a target of the democrats from the very beginning. >> harris: you point to how this is a bigger issue than this particular nomination process for education secretary. it is that 4 out of 15 cabinet members who have been confirmed. i do want to say that while you are bringing us those facts, the story continued inside on the floor and now the vote has begun. we will be watching that together. mike emanuel, we may come back, but thank you very much from capitol hill. let's talk about this as a voting is now underway. >> antonio: it would be nice to see both parties support our presidents for once. he has been working extremely hard, putting a lot of things together in a very short amount of time. it would be nice to see the democratic party just toughen up and support president trump for one spirit we have some tough times coming up. >> harris: abby, i want to point out -- this is very slow. president obama, 12 of 15, nearly all. george w. bush, 14 about 14 of that time, clinton, 13 of 14, and of the list goes on. gh w bush,
FOX News
Mar 17, 2017 9:00am PDT
policy. bill clinton got lied to by north korea, george bush got lied to and barack obama got lied to by north korea. north korea is one of the last vestiges on earth on absolute totalitarian communist dictatorship for the people are suffering, oppressed, most of the country are put into prison camps. if there are so hungry and enslaved. it's one of the worst human rights countries around the world. frankly, we tried to negotiate, we've tried to give them ammunition and food, and every time we do, they take what we give them and continue, against their word, to develop nuclear weapons. >> harris: you bring a great point. when you look at the health statistics of that world and how their suffering, it is a crime what they do to their own people. which brings us to tightening sanctions, which is what tillers and in others are talking about within the administration. how does that work and a country that is so cruel already? >> gillian: it doesn't work. an important distinction, i think, to be made here, getting the words right is actually important. second tillers and has done tha that.
FOX News
Nov 11, 2014 9:00am PST
, texas. president george w. bush to present a new biography of his dad, and that's happening today. and president george w. bush, 43rd president, of course, of the u.s., will launch the release of his new book titled, "41: a portrait of my father," at this event at the george bush presidential library in college station, texas. are we going to dip into this a little bit? okay. we'll play more of this in just a little bit when we come back from the commercial. >>> an intel assessment on lone wolf attackers leaves no doubt that the suspect in the recent new york city axe attack on a police officer was a follower of several terrorist organizations including isis. we'll have a live report on what was discovered on his laptop. >>> and a conservative student group at one university has lost its funding after the school says it did not like the controversy the group's illegal immigration event caused. stay with us. ♪ ♪ ght, so this tylenol arthritis lasts 8 hours but aleve can last 12 hours. and aleve is proven to work better on pain than tylenol arthritis. so why am i still thinking
FOX News
Nov 13, 2014 9:00am PST
very reasonable that george bush supported, that republicans on the hill would not support that have passed -- >> powerful members in the house, boehner, paul ryan, all of them, and about 150- my husband's a congressman, 150-170 congressman want this to pass. >> let me get peter and sandra in here. peter, doesn't this also wedge republicans, as kirsten brought up? doesn't the president know that? he's not really allowing congress to work this out -- >> i don't think that the question is do republicans want to reform the immigration system. everybody in washington talks about how republicans want to do that. they just don't like amnesty. but the white house is acting surprised that republicans would balk at basically letting four and a half million people potentially stay here. four and a half million people is the size of louisiana. so if we're going to just let a whole state, a big state-sized group of people stay, it's not a surprise the that congress is going to want to maybe just think about this for more than like a week. >> on the economy, a lot of people worried about jobs. >>
FOX News
Aug 28, 2017 9:00am PDT
fortunes fall in the case of george w. bush, and how they are saved in the case of president obama with hurricanes katrina and sandy. >> harris: you mention tom bussard, homeland security advisor who stepped up to the left turn at the white house press bee -- briefing on friday. >> sandra: americans doing what americans do best, coming to the aid of their fellow citizens as harvey pummels texas. we will talk to senator ted cruz who is at one of the many shelters taking and flood victims. and to the firestorm over president trump's pardon for america sheriff joe arpaio, why this is controversial too many. plus why the president's defenders say the predecessor in the white house did much worse. ♪ (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) the joy of real cream in 15 calories per serving. enough said. reddi-wip. (flourish spray noise) share the joy. >> harris: fox news alert, an additional 1000 guard members are headed to houston to help out victims affected by a catastrophic flooding prayed over two days, the fourth largest city has
FOX News
Aug 30, 2016 9:00am PDT
vote. maybe trump can not do what george bush did, got 44% of the latino vote and fell off dramatically from the recent election. look at deportation numbers from president obama, he hit record number of deportations annually. he was actually deporting more illegal immigrants who weren't criminals, who were non-criminals. towards the end before they started backing off of it. i think to your point that as long as trump is coherent and he, all he is trying to say i'm, we're not going from home to home and raiding people's homes and putting people on buses and driving them out of -- >> that is the perception, right? i don't absolutely. driving them out of the country. he is trying to appeal to people who might be on the fence about him, those republicans. harris: growing concerns now about iran as dangerous confrontations with our navy are happening more and more frequently than previously thought. the defense official said provocations from the iranian officials and u.s. navy have nearly doubled in 2016 compared to the same time last year. there were four incidents just in t
FOX News
Jan 18, 2017 9:00am PST
. historically, look at the number for president obama. far exceeding anyone. >> george a shall be bush's three. >> peter: all in saying is the only possible defense is a lot of those were drug crimes, having said that, though, there was one terrible commutation. that was a person involved in blowing up something in the 1970s killed new yorkers, killed americans, involved in other bombings, his sentence was also commuted, and that is also a disgrace, especially those of us in new york. >> harris: cannot commutation be overturned? >> peter: know, the president has the power. >> harris: so it's done. we talk about the rise of isis, i guess it might be helpful to know some specifics about how he might have led to that, she might have led to that. >> peter: part of the problem in releasing that is by doing that you are also showing what our resources on the ground. that's where it's hard to publicly say all the damage that was done. but having said that, having intelligence between then and now, and former chairman mike rogers was on last night talking about the number of people that he knows
FOX News
Dec 26, 2016 9:00am PST
disagreements that i might have had or some of the issues i might have had with the choices that george w. bush made here and there, i really admire the kind of post-presidency that he is having because he is doing it on his terms in a very private way. perhaps he is doing his own version of psychic healing but he is setting a great example. >> i don't have have a problem with what he is doing. i think it's, i think we could definitely use fresh blood in congress. so the idea of going out there looking for new, young, vibrant, obviously will look for somebody of his own philosophy but both sides should be doing that. i think that is great. i appreciate the billy bean and elian gonzalez reference. kennedy: thank you very much, judge. lisa: harris you mentioned earlier in the show americans wanting to see things get done. there is something to be said. the former president stepping in the limelight this way during ongoing trump administration. that will create gridlock and problems. that will make it very difficult for donald trump to move forward with his agenda and get anything done. i
FOX News
Aug 5, 2016 9:00am PDT
for the office to do that. meghan: george w. bush never did this. bush stayed completely out of the election in '08. he never did anything like this. talk about the press conference in singapore, how overtly political it was. i want to go back what you were saying before, vote something very personal. debatably one of the most personal things you can do. harris: why it is private. meghan: how they decide to vote i don't want to judge where people come from because people vote for different reasons. i don't want to be here being called a heretic people are pissed i'm not votes for donald trump. i'm not voting for hillary, i'm not voting for donald trump this is garbage election, beneath the american public that they deserve. >> i will say two things. not everybody in george bush wanted anyone to campaign for him. his numbers were terrible. secondly just because barack obama is trolling donald trump and doesn't mean that paul ryan doesn't need to fall for it. paul ryan needs to be stand up to be adult. he must, he must disavow this behavior. he must disavow candidate. just because you
FOX News
Jul 18, 2016 9:00am PDT
will not be there, nor will his brother, the most recent republican president, george w.., or his father, george h.w. bush, who is not particularly doing well in the health arena. certainly understandable he would not be there but there are a number of republican stars who are going to be in attendance at the convention. tom cotton, newly-elected senator from arkansas will be there. joni ernst, newly-elected senator from iowa is going to be there. and a man who was on "fox & friends" this morning, darryl glen, running for congress, i'm sorry, running for u.s. senate from the state of colorado. he electrified the republican contingent in that state. darryl glen is going to be in attendance. as republicans get together to try to hash out what differences they have, and obviously offer the baton to donald trump to try to take it to the white house for 2016. i'm joined by melissa francis. melissa: yes. jon exciting times in cleveland. melissa: he said last convention was one of the most boring things he had ever seen. whatever generous terms he used to describe it, certainly setting p
FOX News
Jan 16, 2015 9:00am PST
-- channel some george w. bush and say you're either with us or against us. and it's not just western countries. it's those countries in the middle east that have been sitting on the fence for decades playing a duplicative game like pakistan, saudi arabia those who purport to be our friends and fund the bad guys on the side. sign up now, because we're about to get after this. >> it doesn't even have to be george w. bush harris, it could simply be joe biden. follow them to the gates of hell. >> to the gates of hell. >> lift those remarks from the speech that biden gave. >> a couple things are goingen that we haven't talked about -- going on that we haven't talked about. in pakistan they had to use water cannons, and now we're learning that a french photographer was wounded but they shot him in that group. this is by a student wing of an islamist religious party. the party is holding nationwide rallies against the depiction of their prophet, muhammad, by the french satirical weekly. so you're seeing that call from the religious leaders in egypt to do stuff like this, and now it's playin
FOX News
Dec 20, 2016 9:00am PST
i would love for president obama to treat his leaving in the same way that george w. bush did which was done with such dignity and class and signs point to that not happening. trying to use the russian information to delegitimize donald trump, and left room saying if he thinks trump's policies are undermining our values and ideals which they're going to from president obama's haven'tage point because they are diametrically opposed has left room for dialogue as well. as much as we like them to follow the same steps as george bush is not going to happen. meghan: the idea that he is reinvent history and the narrative that he has ever cared about what russia has done globally and what i consider my generations holocaust raging in syria, under his watch, the idea that now because it can be mrit -- politicized is shameful. all americans are getting so caught up in the politics of josh earnest that so many republicans are tuning out. harris: i want to, in point of fact, during the interview, mrs. obama said she and her husband would do what's best for the country and be there however to he
FOX News
Apr 11, 2016 9:00am PDT
a big thing about george w. bush torturing everyone how he would end torture even though this is not torture, john brennan feels compelled to stand with the president. i wouldn't want enemy -- let them think we'll do everything. sandra: even if this is our tactic, why are we saying it out loud? harris: kennedy, seems like at this high level odd to see politics come into play. if the congressman is right and that is really what is happening here, you would want those types of decisions not to be made with the filter of politics? >> i also think that waterboarding isn't the most important issue when we're talking about foreign policy, national security and isis. mike baker, who was a cia agent talked about that you know it is actually a huge distraction. this is not something, terrorists are not ready to blow themselves up in soccer stadiums and with bombs second-guessing themselves because they might be tortured or ward boarded. this is big distraction. is brennan, taunting trump, doesn't want this job with the next administration? what kind of a cia director put donald trump put
FOX News
Sep 3, 2014 9:00am PDT
talkshow, it is international coalition that has to be built. even george bush would tell you that you do that in private. >> it is important to keep in mind the contradictions of his critics john mccain. six months ago with: fourcallinr support. now seeking destruction or a small element of it. it is time for serious men and women to reflect carefully upon the facts, the history and where we are going abysmally we have not heard either party and vision going forward. >> benjamin netanyahu whenever be seen going golfing. i want to ask about what the administration is doing to agencies like the cia and department of defense. yesterday said there is a major rift happening between the president and the dod and the cia, take a listen. >> and the chairman of the joint chiefs makes a statement and backtracks on sunday from what he said there is a indication he has been given some instructions from the white house to modify what he said. there is a rift between the two. military sees it as being a situation in which there is in fact some military solution to this, but when the president stand
FOX News
Dec 5, 2016 9:00am PST
list. >> look, different presidents approaching this process in different ways some, george h.w. bush announced jim baker secretary of state after the election. baker was campaign manager. secretary of the treasury. been white house chief of tap, others do it a different way, overall cabinet nominations, follow these statistics he is equal too or ahead. you always want to make the decisions in a timely fashion. i think it is artificial you have to make it by x-amount of time or you're behind. meghan: i have attention span of a hamster. i'm a total millenial. give me that. this is our most important job, strongest diplomat overseas. will be incredibly important role. will dictate that with he do policy wise. i think it is funny that trump taking mitt romney withing from legs at expensive restaurants. where are youring from legs? harris: it could involve all sorts offing from legs. meghan: i was laughing so hard trying to explain to my friends that don't know politics. it is like a guy takes you out on a date but he is liking other girls instagram pictures. jon huntsman one. people came
FOX News
Jul 12, 2017 9:00am PDT
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FOX News
Aug 4, 2014 9:00am PDT
solution as every united states president, including george w. bush and president obama, the two state solution, these two people living side by side with walls separating them with american gi's -- >> he's hard hl a similar position than george w. bush. >> what happens? >> i say we get out of the way and let them defend themselves without making excuses for hamas. >> and the palestinians continue for another century? 1,800 deaths become 18,000? >> we do not allow them to defend themselves. >> i'm going to turn the wheel a little bit here. obviously this is a heated debate, heated conversation. i want to keep this going. the conversation is not just here at fox news. it's across the country. even hollywood has been getting involved and john voigt is the latest attack liberals for coming out and speaking about israel. you've been able to become famous and have your monetary gains because you're in a democratic country, america. do you think you would have been able to accomplish this in iran, syria, lebanon? sits? you had a great opportunity to use your celebrity for good and instead yo
FOX News
Jun 21, 2017 9:00am PDT
: a big win for president trump and the g.o.p. republican, karen handel defeated jon ossoff and george is a special election last night. it is now the democrats fifth straight loss since november. how much trouble are they end? this is "outnumbered," i'm harris faulkner. here today, sandra smith, meghan mccain, repo begin strategist and former spokesperson for president george w. bush, mercedes schlapp in today's #oneluckyguy, he does not hold back, fox news contributor and nationally syndicated radio talk show host, kevin jackson is outnumbered. good to have you. the >> meghan: birthday! >> kevin: thank you. what better way to spend my birthday then with the four lovely ladies of "outnumbered"? >> harris: despite pouring millions of dollars into the georgia election, democrats were once again unable to flip a house seat, handing the party one of its most demoralizing losses yet. here's the night's big winner republican karen handel. >> first of all, i have to start by saying thank you. [cheers and applause] my pledge is to be part of the solution, to focus on governing. to put my expe
FOX News
Aug 23, 2017 9:00am PDT
spokesperson for president george w. bush, mercedes schlapp is here and today's #oneluckyguy, it's his first time. republican strategist general caldwell is here. fashion is your friend. >> gianno: wow! i'm very ready and i'm glad to be on the air with you all. i've been on the air with everyone and i've interviewed you for extra tv. >> harris: let's do the newest. president trump of the words for his base last night. in phoenix, he spent nearly 30 minutes defending his response to charlottesville racist, violence and hate. while bashing the mainstream media and the process. watch. >> what happened in charlottesville strikes at the core of america. i spoke out forcefully against hatred, bigotry and violence and strongly condemned the neo nazis, the white supremacists, and the kkk. i openly called for unity, healing, and love. they all know because they were there. what do they say? it should have been sooner, he's a racist. it should have been sooner, oka okay. i hit them with everything. i got the white supremacists, the neo-nazis, the kkk. i got them all. they're having a hard time.
FOX News
Aug 16, 2017 9:00am PDT
noticed that stonewall jackson is coming down, i wonder is a george washington next week and is a thomas jefferson the week after? you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop? was george washington a slave owner? what you think of thomas jefferson? you like him? are we going to take on the statue because he's a major slave owner. >> melissa: president trump during the contentious news conference focusing on the violence in charlottesville over the weekend. removing statues of confederate meters could be a slippery slope pointing to the fact that some of the founding fathers were slave owners. this is the city of baltimore overnight removing for confederate statues while a lexington, kentucky, officials are planning to take down to confederate memorials of their own. meanwhile, theç removal of imas of robert e lee, jefferson davis, and others. i'll let you go first, marie, what do you think? >> marie: confederate leaders took their country to defend the institution of slavery. i think there is a serious conversation that town seem to have. they did numerous town halls
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Jul 26, 2012 5:30am PDT
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FOX News
Dec 27, 2016 9:00am PST
george washington university are no longer required to take classes in u.s. history. it's a new policy the university says will help students keep pace with quote, globalizing world. this is terrifying. this academic relativism. it is in medical school you wouldn't have to take any courses in medicine. >> oh, exactly. >> seem a little insane? >> of course i wish i would say silliness or insanity but it is standard. what is being across not just elite universities everywhere. why we get bernie sanders on democrats side because a bunch of kids think they're global citizens, don't understand their own country or capitalism or constitution and seduced by you taupe yarn ideas. sandra: go pete. >> we have donald trump. people are rejecting this nonsense. our history is worth knowing. if you doesn't know it, you don't keep it. it drives me nuts. sandra: if you don't know it, you don't learn from it, not to repeat the bad stuff. >> that is exactly right. dagen: what drives me nuts i tell somebody under the age of 30 i'm from the town that is burial place of patrick henry. they're like,
FOX News
Dec 4, 2015 9:00am PST
. this has been his message on this question. bringing to a speech to an end george w. bush's boundless war on terror. people are not only concerned about the blowback much making accusations end up not being true or being attacked by the left, they're also not on war footing. president is telling them, don't be concerned about this anymore. andrea: said too, steven, the greatest concern of the administration is islamophobia. that is number one concern and coming at cost of american lives. melissa: flip side, kennedy, is the idea of neighbors spying on neighbors. do we risk going down slippery slope? >> in san bernardino this was city on verge of bankruptcy. this is one of the failed cities in california where the police department was so decimated because of their pension liabilities that the city wasn't able to pay, the city attorney told people, they don't have enough cops, go inside and get their guns. the that their police department has been so essentially crippled by unionization in california, law enforcement i did so well, i fear every busy body on earth looking at ev
FOX News
Aug 7, 2014 9:00am PDT
withdrew gaza too early. and with, with george bush, sr. and the consortium and allies, we left too early. we, we went into kuwait, to prevent saddam hussein from taking over and didn't take saddam hussein out. i think the best way to prevent this sort of action from, look, in simplified terms because people are not necessarily politically savvy and neither am i by the way. i'm just a rocker who carry as guitar. one citizen, one opinion so here it goes. >> with a lot of personal history in the region. hearing where your mom is from and you know your own personal history was really informative. >> there is another conflict that is going on today. that has captivated the world. you talk about leadership and kind of the juxtaposition where the united states stand and where others are standing this is what we're watching. is russia about to invade next door ukraine? it is looking that way. and just as russian president vladmir putin makes quite a cozy deal with iran, have you heard about this? putin is retaliating against those sanctions by united states and other western countries over
FOX News
Jul 1, 2016 9:00am PDT
and he starts, listen, the 51% who are not on board with you, they're not, stop talking about george will, people behind never trump. these are people at home. talk to them. and craft a broader message. doesn't have to be different. he is trying to tweak it on trade and even on the muslims. julie: you raise an excellent point. here is a man who has the biggest microphone in the country right now, bar none, including hillary clinton. he gets more media attention than anybody else, complaining about bill krystal, really? that is what you're spending precious time to talk about. sandra: he will say i look what i have done to the party. look at energy and excitement. meghan: that is subjective. we're talking about 51%. i'm deciding whether or not this is the republican party or the trump party. if this is trump party, that is why a lot of true conservatives have a problem. a lot has to do with tone. my mother, the way he talks in many different ways puts people off. he does have the potential, convention is ample place, put your kids front and center doing lots of speeches. they're likea
FOX News
Feb 27, 2017 9:00am PST
saying that? >> white house correspondent dinners that i have been to, president clinton and george w. bush were hilarious and an opportunity to put your hair down, lets people taunt the president to his face and let the president taunt back, i think it is a celebration of the first amendment. but just as they have the right to say what they want about the president, he has the right to say what he wants about them. he has the right not to go. just as we have the concept of a pool. a small group of reporters and people with audio commitments, filming what the president says. that goes out to everybody. because they can limit who is going to be in the pool, so i do not think what sean spicer did as a big deal, but it would be a big deal if the press no longer can challenge the president. i like this president. but i want the press to be able to challenge him, because transparency is a vital aspect of freedom. >> do you think you should show up to the correspondent dinner? >> i do. i disagree with you. i think the correspondents dinner is really fun. there are so much tension, so much p
FOX News
Sep 19, 2016 9:00am PDT
of the city per day, along our bridges and our tunnels. the george washington bridge, holland tunnel, lincoln dunn nell into new jersey. there is enhanced police presence there. new yorkers saw police on subway systems riding trains with residents. at train station entrances, searching bags indiscrimminantly. during times they felt was right and doing that in subways especially where they believe the man used the path train to come in and out of the city to place these bombs. they were on heightened alert. heightened alert all over the city. new york city is up and running. and my personal experience today has been a bunch of nothing. the m train and f train that i used to get to work are slow and imperfect and they got me here slowly and imperfectly just as i expected. so the city is normal, in the midst of what is clearly chaos but that is tribute to new yorkers up and down and across all the borders, boroughs and certainly our friends and neighbors over in new jersey. this thing is on track. new york city can handle this, if you see something, say something works. and we are not a
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Feb 5, 2016 9:00am PST
. president george w. bush appearing in his first tv commercial to begin, set to begin in key primary state of south carolina. here is a peek. >> i know job. i know his good heart and strong backbone. jeb will unite our country. he knows how to bring the world together against terror. he knows when tough measures must be taken. experience and judgment count in the oval office. harris: the former president is also expected to hit the campaign trail for jeb before the south carolina primary in two weeks. you say the former first lady worked for you. melissa: i'm embarrassed to admit it. it worked on me. harris: why are you embarrassed to admit it. melissa: on surface there is something hokey about it. >> you're so easy. melissa: i am not. don't call me easy. >> that is not what i meant. how dare you take it to the gutter. melissa: right. she comes on and says that it reminds me how i tell my boys, don't stoop to their level. don't go down there with that. if that is bully an playground, you hold your head high, do right thing no matter what. she reinforces that theme. he is a good boy i know it.
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Jan 7, 2011 5:30am PST
, yes, yes. mum: no, that's the school caretaker, sweetheart. george bush is the president of the united states. dad: in you go. how did you do that? you know. help him with the seatbelt, will you, jake? you're gonna like this school, jake. you know, it is a really good school. for every seven kids that try to get in, only one is accepted. not that that means you're under any pressure. no, you've just got to relax and be yourself. absolutely. the most important thing is that you enjoy it. and if anybody asks you where you live, you give 'em granddad's address. ( starts car ) mum: i'm really sorry, veronica, it-it's my fault. i should never have shown ben how to reply to an email. he keeps, um... yeah. yeah, he does know words like that. and that. no, i don't think he has ever met you, so i don't know why he mentioned your--your-- yo, dude. don't do that. how was your first day at school? all right. how's your form teacher? all right. good. glad we sorted all that out. hiya. everything okay? yep. jake has been talking my ears off about his first day at school-- yak yak yak yak yak.
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Mar 8, 2017 9:00am PST
, president obama said you might disagree with george bush, but it's impossible not to like him. >> sandra: i also don't think friends that set up nerve centers in their home. >> brian: in washington! >> sandra: right down the street. >> brian: how can she live with this? is there no room left in washington? >> eboni: it's grown people's business. >> sandra: taking a strange turn here on the couch. maybe we need a commercial. >> meghan: will be back with more "outnumbered" in just a minute. nsuwon't replace the full value of your totaled new car. the guy says, "you picked the wrong insurance plan." no, i picked the wrong insurance company. with new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car plus depreciation. liberty mutual insurance. for over 100 years like kraft has,natural cheese you learn a lot about what people want. honey, do we have like a super creamy cheese with taco spice already in it? oh, thanks. bon appe-cheese! okay... ( ♪ ) upstate new york is a good place to pursue your dreams. at vicarious visions, i get to be creative, work with awesome peop
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Feb 19, 2015 9:00am PST
paul wolfowitz and george shults. a white-washed neocon. what do you want me to say? not my favorite kind of republican. he is going to become an economic populist which is really dangerous. i'm liking more what he has to say about immigration and despite what he says about common core. he is differentiating himself in foreign policy because those are shortcomings, for chris christie scott walker and rand paul to some extent. >> anyone want to defend jeb? >> i would like to yield all of my time to the judge for two reasons. one, you lived in florida and he was your governor. >> yes. >> second you just shared something with the couch. you were a first? >> he was part of that. >> he was not part of the that. i ran. he appointed more minorities to the bench in florida any governor ever will. almost his entire tenure as governor to florida most of the appointment to the bench were women, african-americans hispanics. that was a good thing prior to that the bench was 95% older white men in florida. so i like jeb. i thought he was a great governor florida. i don't agree with all of his posi
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May 5, 2017 9:00am PDT
entire first year. george w. bush is 550 and bill clinton's 440. that leaves president trump on track to surpass clinton's all-time record of more than 1700 jokes and 1998. that was the year dominated by the monica lewinsky scandal in his impeachment. >> michael: i have mixed feelings on this. of course read the first amendment and that's what sets us apart from china and north korea and dictatorships all over the world. it is what you can do and what you shouldn't do. when i was a commander of soldiers, whether it was under president bush one, clinton, obama, no president trump, there was always respect for the commander in chief. i would say the campaign is over. we have to move this nation forward. we are dealing with huge consequential issue is whether its foreign policy or domestically, let's have a little laugh, but i think there's a line there and people are taking way too far. >> sandra: there is a line from a low disrespect for the media and having fun with it. he is a popular guy. >> meghan: i used to watch late-night shows at length. i liked jay leno for a long time. i have
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Jul 11, 2017 9:00am PDT
secretary for president george w. bush and newly minted fox news contributor, ari fleischer and he is outnumbered. welcome back and congratulations. welcome to the family. it's always good to see you and so much developing. should we get right to it? let's jump right in beginning with that. donald trump junior releasing the email chain that suggested he knew russia wanted to help his father get elected. a short while ago, trump junior releasing a statement saying, to everyone an order to be totally transparent, i'm releasing the entire email chain of my emails. the information and suggested they had about hillary clinton that i was political opposition research and as we have said, she had no information to provide and wanted to talk about adoption policy and the magnitsky act. catherine herridge georgia from washington with the very latest. this is changing minute by minute. >> that's right, developing within the last hour. donald trump junior releasing these records and so far, a review has identified key sections about the proposed meeting. the emails were sent by a british journal
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Oct 14, 2015 9:00am PDT
dealing with this crew. i wrote a book on george patton, the general, one week. his army, one week. no more isis, gone. all right? would have taken patton one week to destroy the whole crew. but if you listen to democrats, we'll get a coalition to go in. this is bernie sanders. coalition we'll get. no you're not, bernie. nobody will listen to you. if we don't do it, no one is going to do it. that's the fact. no one is doing it. harris: we have a coalition and it is not happening. >> 60-nation coalition. do you see any of those people around in the desert? see any of them. easy to sign up. but it is not easy to show up. sandra: seems like, kirsten, look of acknowledgement the strategy is not working. isis is getting stronger, gaining more ground. when do they say that's it and change strategy? kirsten: they admitted plan failed. the plan they weren't on board with in the first place. >> take 500 million and throw it in to see what happens. kirsten: i just all along said i don't think this is that easy to solve. i know you say -- >> patton could go -- do it. kirsten: i think it is diffic
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Jun 13, 2017 9:00am PDT
senate. you play politics. there are probably some out there who gave to george bush. mueller -- he's one in charge of the investigation. >> judge jeanine: mueller and comey are buddies. in the assessment, if you are friends with one witness, i would throw that person out. that's not ethically appropriat appropriate. >> sandra: to be continued. we have to get to the white house because president trump is inviting senators to meet with him at the white house for lunch today. we are told to discuss health care with those senators. the white house saying obamacare continuing down a death spiral. the president and the vice president meeting with many senators in that room, let's listen. >> thank you very much, i greatly appreciate it. i'm very happy that you were all here today. republican senators, we are going to be discussing the urgent need to repeal and replace the disaster known as obamacare. it was just announced yesterday that 2 million people have dropped out of obamacare, 2 million additional. they are leaving fast. premiums have been increased by an average of more than 100% na
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Nov 21, 2016 9:00am PST
deported disagreeing with george washington. think about the person you're portraying and do research on the man portraying in theater. i'm okay booing politicians on stage or at a rally. past that, it is never ever appropriate. dagen: brandon victor dixon who plays aaron burr, the one speaking this that clip, he said at the very beginning hey, we're not here to boo, because people were booing. so he was, he was as gracious as you could be, but again, he is like wagging his finger at the vice president-elect. meghan: they're not moving needle for conservatives. we're so polarized, if you think booing our vice president and preaching to him from the stage will change the mind of trump voters it exacerbates stereotypes about new yorkers. dagen: around highlights reason trump got elected president in the first place. that was big exclamation point, cast of ham mil ton, thank you very much. supporters of president-elect donald trump launching a counter offensive against the starbucks feel good holiday cups. the campaign is going viral after one starbucks employee took offense. a latte con
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May 11, 2017 9:00am PDT
mccain, republican strategist and former spokesperson for president george w. bush, mercedes slap, and congressman peter king is here and he is outnumbered. thanks for being here, welcome back. >> pete: someday, isn't it? great to be here. >> sandra: i don't know what you mean. lots of news to get to. we are following testimony from a who's who of america's national security team on the most dangerous threats facing the u.s. looming over the proceedings, the abrupt firing of james comey, less than 48 hours ago. the white house continue to defend the president's decision. counselor to the president, kellyanne conway early on "fox & friends" ." >> we need and fbi director that is impartial, that has the trust of those at the bureau, the trust of people from both sides of the aisle in the house and senate and across the land. i think everybody has seen jim comey's performance since january. just this week, the fbi had to correct his sworn testimony before the senate where he got wrong by a portion of thousands apparently, the questions about whom aberdeen's email. >> sandra: democrats cal
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Feb 8, 2016 9:00am PST
beyond waterboarding. believe me it will be effective. if we need information, george, you have our enemy cutting heads off of christians and plenty of others by the hundreds. >> do we win being more like them? >> yes. i'm sorry. you have to do it that way. i'm not sure everybody agrees with me. i guess a lot of people don't. we are living in a time that is as evil as anytime there has ever been. you know, when i was a young man i studied medieval times. that is what they did. they chopped off heads. >> that is -- >> we're going to do things beyond waterboarding, perhaps if that happens to come. andrea: all right, senator, when trump said that, at the debate, i saw my twitter feed just light up. a lot of people seem to like his comments. and, if you remember, megyn kelly sat down with james mitchell, who interrogated khalid sheikh mohammed. one of the things mitchell told her during the interrogation process when they were waterboarding him, khalid sheikh mohammed said your people will turn on you. your country turn on you. and they will not like it and they will turn on you. almost
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Jun 15, 2017 9:00am PDT
in intensive care and critical condition at george washington university hospital. we know the entire speech anyone family as well as his aides will be at tonight's baseball game. it will be an incredibly emotional experience for all. >> sandra: thank you. meanwhile, we're learning more about the shooter and his violent past. james hodgkinson's arrest record includes a history of domestic violence. the 66-year-old home inspector was also a bernie sanders supporter who raged against republicans and president trump on his facebook page. in one post back in march, hodgkinson writing quote trump has destroyed our democracy, it's time to destroy trump and company. catherine herridge is live with brand-new details. >> thank you. we are hearing from the suspect for the first time in his own words with his 2011 interview at an occupy protest in st. louis shot by fox affiliate. >> 99% are getting pushed around in the 1% are not giving a [bleep] >> the suspect bearing the name james hodgkinson. an illinois newspaper reports of the suspect sent letters to the editor a year after that rally and h
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Mar 13, 2017 9:00am PDT
saying it in march of 2009 when president barack obama wanted george w. bush u.s. attorneys out. >> this isn't too unusual >> i have never seen such a big deal. >> why people in the media so obsessed with this. there's allegations going around that preet bharara was friends s with chuck schumer. >> every sitting u.s. attorney was asked to resign. which is same thing bill clinton did and barack obama did. there's no singling out preet bharara. >> it was unprecedented, which why i've been confused by the fall out over this. >> i think he probably is going to run for office. he's using this as a linchpin to his campaign. firing u.s. attorneys happens every time the president changes. >> absolutely. >> that settles it. >> i want to go back to maxine waters twitter feed. she said, this is just one day ago, she tweeted this out yesterday morning. stone, manafort, flynn, ross, paige. they will allied to trump's impeachment. this kind of talk wishful thinking >> she talk about it all the time. it's not happening. >> that was going to be my point. when you hear that kind of talk, how muc
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Jul 1, 2015 9:00am PDT
? >> they're not leading men. like george costanza. roly poly -- >> pope francis spoke about that this week. he said divorce sometimes needs to happen. he gave a reason it might be for the children. i think it is interesting. >> but some hollywood marriages keep ending like this why do the stars keep marrying actresses? yeah. >> for the fame. >> you know you fall in love. >> you become a power couple. >> it is true. you're on set for three months with one person every day, you know, living out this romantic life or whatever and -- >> it isn't real though? >> but as an actor you try to make it real. >> we have to get our relationship expert in on this, jedediah bila. >> number i also think i know a lot of actors and they always tell me we want some semblance of normally is our lives. it is hard with hollywood you do have, send your husband off to work and make out with three woman every day. you have to deal with that i don't know that i would be able to deal with it either, to be perfectly frank. some crave normalcy. they seemed like a couple that was regular. there are some of th
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Jul 24, 2014 9:00am PDT
come at 10 years old. george town, said children 10 to 14 are critical age of development t will help re-establish healthy self-esteem and reduce pregnancy and disease. are you buying it, harris? >> i think it probably helps. i don't know there is anything magical like age 10 like researchers said they found. kids mature at different ages. i think it should come from parent. some people say, oh, no. it should come from school. i think it should come from parents. >> i learned about it between classes at school. i don't think i learned at school. i can't recall. kirsten, what do you think? >> i'm trying to think back when i learned the information. i went to a public school and i had sex education in fifth grade, which you're 10 years old. so, i think it didn't harm me. i don't know. maybe i'm wrong. >> i remember i saw a film in 8th grade. >> i think you're well-adjusted. i back that up. i can only grow so far. what about you, kimberly. >> sister jean marie. i wanted to become a nun after she became a talk. >> georgetown study, i didn't think this would be biography. >> yes. well a li
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Mar 30, 2017 9:00am PDT
president george w. bush, mercedes schlapp, welcome. >> mercedes: i'm glad to be out of the swamp. >> sandra: of course today's #oneluckyguy, eric bolling. by the way, his new book goes on sale in june. welcome back. always good to have you. you need to be reminded that you are outnumbered. >> eric: i am outnumbered, but what a great day. so much going on. >> sandra: let's get right to it. today's big hearing on russian meddling, saying they will go wherever the intelligence leads us. richard burr and mark warner announcing they will pressure 20 people over time. among them, president trump's son-in-law, jared kushner who serves as a white house senior advisor. paul manna fort and possibly michael flynn. meantime, senator warner giving a preview of heart how far rusn interference went. >> if you google russian hacking, he wouldn't get fox or abc or "new york times," what you get is 4 out of the first five newspapers that popped up were russian propaganda. >> sandra: he was asked if he could lead a fair investigation. >> having served as advisor on the trump campaign, can use a han
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Dec 6, 2016 9:00am PST
promises to reform health care and other issues. 45% of voters in the latest george washington university battleground poll saying they have a positive opinion of the president-elect. nine point increase from mid-october. when it comes to his signature promises and overwhelming majority, about 80% are confident mr. trump will repeal or replace obamacare, while most are more skeptical when it comes to building the wall. all this coming on the heels of the dow on monday, closing at another all-time high, as the president-elect takes to the road again today, for the second stop on his thank you tour. look at that 19,200 on the dow. but before we leaves for north carolina mr. trump will meet with exxon ceo rex tillerson, one of 10 reported contenders for secretary of state. i say 10 with emphasis, charlie, for a while, it was two, then it was four. now it's 10. rex tillerson now being thrown into the mix and he wasn't necessarily a vocal trump supporter. he didn't even donate any money to trump's campaign but he apparently wants the job. >> a lot has to do why we're seeing up tick
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Jul 15, 2014 9:00am PDT
interview on this week with george stephanopolous, whatever the heck it was. he came off very, very well. he was talking about the potential isis threat and the border crisis and said some of the cite things and then you hear this and it -- listen. does he not remember richard nixon? does he not remember the spew from bill clinton from the right? bush 43 from the left and they were both white, southern governors. it was really ugly. to use that -- and where was he when a sitting congressman called justice thomas uncle tom? where was he when condoleezza rice was stopped from speaking at various colleges and the cartoons in "the washington post" that -- he didn't speak out on that at all. comes off as whiney, i must tell you, at this point. >> and to hear karl rove calling it dangerous, that takes it that much further. you know, kennedy, when you look at this, this is the highest attorney in the land. this is the top prosecutor in america. people listen to him. so for him to say this, these words are divisive, they're not healing, they're hurtful and he said a small group of people feel th
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