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FOX News
Jul 10, 2017 11:00pm PDT
the type of remarks that george w. bush made in poland, twice in 2001 and 2003. he didn't want to say that western civilization should keep others out, that western civilization should retreat. he said western civilization should be a beacon to the world and it should promote freedom and democracy. >> tucker: that's kind of what he said. >> trump didn't say that. tucker, you are a wordsmith. you know that words have meaning and that there are dog whistles and words. spare let's get back to the text. words matter. i think these words come out everyone, and whatever people think -- the words themselves are offensive to those in left because they are considered nationalistic, exclusive, they somehow put western civilization above other civilizations. my argument be that if you are a leader, you ought to believe it is superior, and the left doesn't. >> first of all that's not true. this is not just about western civilization. let's take sebastian -- he's -- >> tucker: know i am not going to take sebastian. let's get back to -- >> he talked about the speech before was given. he said it was
FOX News
Dec 28, 2016 4:00pm PST
very technologically advanced. >> and enabled you to meet some people like george michael, prince, david bowy, some of these legends who have very recently passed. >> yeah 2016 has been incredibly tough year tore music. especial solid losing people so young like prince and george michael. david bowie wasn't even 70 and wrote a beautiful haunting record before he died. and it's interesting because the nice thing about the digital age is i don't know if you remember carting all of your cassette tapes on a plane or put them in a car. >> i'm old enough for 8 tracks. >> ed, slow down. i don't want to be uncomfortable here. i didn't realize i was talking to betty white. i used to take a box of cassette tapes to my grandma's house in indiana each summer we got all this music on our phone like beats and spotify. where you can go back and revisit all of -- entire catalog from musicians and that's what i have been doing with george michael for the last few days. >> i want to talk about the transition to fox. you can weigh in on any one or all three of them. legacy for george michael, prince
FOX News
Feb 8, 2017 9:00pm PST
that a lot but we've had two presidents in a row, george w bush and barack obama both of them went out of their way to say islam is a religion of peace, were not at war with all of islam and they've repeated that message every day for many, many years, 15 years. and yet, isis still took over a huge portion of the middle east. they were fought back not with propaganda, but with weapons. where's the evidence? >> we know exactly why the islamic state took over a big swath of the middle east. any listener to fox news and knows why, because president obama withdrew our troops prematurely from iraq and the remains of al qaeda in iraq became the islamic state end of the civil war in syria gave them a opportunity. just because barack obama made a huge mistake is not a good reason for a new administration to come in and add some new ones but it's you're right. i've agree with you, my only point is it wasn't because we were insensitive that we hated us, were out of time, there tell me. >> thank you for having me. >> tucker: breaking news, senator jeff sessions of alabama has been confirmed a
FOX News
Feb 3, 2017 6:00pm PST
, tonight, he federal judge appointed by president george w. bush found in effect there is a high probability of ultimate success that this is an even legal unconstitutional executive order. the claims that essentially the judge found would have a likelihood of success. number one, this was a clearly religiously intolerant decision, contrary till your last speaker who apparently has not read the order -- it very specifically says that if one particular religion which is muslim, are supposed to go to the back of the bus and the end of the line, it is nationwide to use a limited number of refugee spots that are allowed into this country. this is absolutely forbidden by any fundamental notions of who we are as american. or the u.s. constitution. we have never, ever under any president, republican or democrat proposed some test of religion to enter this country. it is wrong. it will not stand. i'm proud to be of federal judge, who stood up to this order. second, this essentially was not reasonable. it was not reasonable under the due process clause because liquid happened -- one of th
FOX News
Jun 22, 2017 5:00pm PDT
secretary george is now. just election on tuesday, nobody on the left and a few on the right called the spirit of the polls and suggested a much closer race than the results indicated. do think there's any possibility that russia might have been involved in the race working on behalf of karen handel? >> the reality here is that georgia was supposed to be won by republicans. >> tucker: that's a joke, you've got to laugh. >> back to my point, georgia was supposed be won by republicans by at least 20 points, it was won by four points. why? because republicans keep losing their base, we are getting momentum. we're going to win the house in 2018. georgia wasn't supposed to be competitive and it was. this is a referendum on the president. people are retired of this nonsense. >> tucker: i guess if i were a partisan, i would be pretty happy with your response, because what you seem to be saying is everything is fine, make no changes, were doing great, were going to win. as i numbers matter, karen handel won a higher percentage of the vote than donald trump one and that district in november.
FOX News
Nov 25, 2016 1:00am PST
what they were for. >> i think they were more interested in preserving george w. bush's legacy. this is why the american people deserve credit in taking down these two political dynasties. they are the ones who made sure that jeb bush was not the republican nominee. and they are also the ones who made sure that hillary clinton is not our next president and we really need to credit them. this with a renunciation of bush foreign policy, i think. this is where we need to be careful about whether bushes really are done. there are couple ways that they could rise up again and one is that george p. bush is very popular office holder in texas and he is a rising star. >> he -- trump. >> he did. the other thing you will see a lot of bush getting back in with this administration. good to pay tension attention to foreign policy position. how many people who adopted foreign policy will get their way. >> architects of the iraq war end up in charge of foreign policy what was the point. >> exactly. down through the river nile looking for the weeds with the little basket with george p. bush in it. >
FOX News
Sep 4, 2017 11:00pm PDT
of the capital of the country? what should we do about george washington? >> george washington is not a confederate general. george washington is the founder of a country and put his life on the line in order to do so. he was a flawed human being but he created a great thing. he was part of a great creation that is self perpetuating a self-correcting way that is with the process is about. so the fact is that right now we can get to george washington in washington, d.c., but we need to take care of these confederate statues right now. >> tucker: let me just a come i don't want to get to washington or washington, d.c. i don't want to rewrite history of our country. i like where you left off the last time. referent, thanks a lot for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> tucker: the left isn't just going after statues. they are trying to fleece or local governments, too. we recently talked to someone who supports an illegal immigrant who collected $200,000 from taxpayers after the city attempted to enforce the law. watch. >> tucker: so, here is someone who who is in this country
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 9:00pm PST
of george bush, george w. bush's when he said that america is a nation of second chances. when that door in prison opens, society should do everything it can to help facilitate is successfully reentry. it's in society's best interest. it helps increase public safety. it attributes to the tax base, and it's only about fairness. >> tucker: i'm totally for second chances. i believe in redemption. and i mean that. but you didn't answer the question. which is, if we don't trust you to have a firearm or to serve on a jury, or to serve in the military, or to serve as a teacher, why would we trust you enough to make a decision as profound as with the next president is going to be? >> let me take a crack at that, tucker. thanks a lot for having us on. we don't really have an opinion on that. >> tucker: why? >> -- according to the florida parole commission, people involved are three times less likely to reoffend if they have had their voting rights restored. we think that's a huge deal. why is that? is a huge deal because one, it proves that for the restoration helps stop the cycle of crime.
FOX News
Dec 30, 2016 4:00pm PST
estate and to tobacco company. al-hubbard one time economic advisor in the george w. bush white house. all part of the official schedule. the highest profile guest today though at mar-a-lago was the world famous actor and model fabio. that's who mr. trump was hanging out with at the end of the day. tomorrow night though he is going to have 800 guests over for a glitzy new year's eve party in the grand ballroom. we saw them setting up for it last anytime. it looks like it is going to be quite a spectacle and up to trump tower which he is going to call home for just the next two fridays, ed. >> peter doocy he totally gets it as well. peter, happy new year. ♪ >> and now it's time for twitter storm. our nightly forecast of social media's most powerful weather patterns. you remember lindsay lohan from heir hit movie mean girls and well other stuff. >> only schooled. that's really interesting. >> thanks. >> you are like really pretty. >> thank you. >> so you agree? >> what? >> you think you are really pretty? >> well now lohan says she is like totally eager to make a sequel to the movie.
FOX Business
Feb 5, 2017 10:00pm EST
basis for the lawsuit? >> well, tonight, a federal judge appointed by resident george w. bush found in the fact that there was a higher probability of ultimate success that this is an illegal and unconstitutional executive orde order. the claims are essentially that the judge found would have electric -- likelihood of success, number one, this is a clearly religiously intolerant decision, and contrary to your last speaker who apparently has not read the order, it very specifically sayss that one particularne religion, which is muslim, are supposed to go back to the bus and the end of the line, on a line that is formed and nationwide to use the limited number of refugee spots that are allowed into this country. and this is absolutely forbidden by any fundamental notions of who we are as american, or the u.s. constitution. because we have never, ever, under any president, republican or democrat, proposed some test of religion to enter this country. it's simply verboten. it's wrong. it will not stand. and i'm proud we had a federal judge who stood up to this chaotic order that presiden
FOX News
Aug 22, 2017 8:00pm PDT
republican party. in the proud to tradition of american great leaders, george washington -- please, don't take a step down. please! does anyone want george washington's statute? no, is that sad? to lincoln and teddy roosevelt, i see they want to take teddy roosevelt's down too. they are trying to figure out why. they don't know. they are trying to take away our culture. they are trying to take away our history and our weak leaders -- they do it overnight. these things have been there for 150 years paid 100 years. you go back to a university and it is gone. weak, weak people. we are going to protect the american industry and the american worker. no longer will we allow other countries to close our factories, steal our jobs, and drain our wealth. we are building our future with american hands. american labor. american iron, aluminum, and steel. we will buy american and we will hire american. i immediately withdrew the united states from the disastrous trans-pacific partnership. it would have been a disaster. and you know that one of the worst deals that anyone in history has ever been into,
FOX News
Jan 9, 2017 11:00pm PST
, and all, much of the relief of george clooney. however, the golden globes rhetorical fiasco last night, getting a lot of play. here to analyze it, tucker carlson, whose program, ""tucker carlson tonight," as opposed to this morning, moves to 7:00, moves to 9:00 from 7:00. you were on at 7:00, you are going to be at 9:00 right after a "the factor." carlson, you are very fortunate to have my lead and with the ratings here. you know? >> yes, i am. very, very aware of that. >> bill: the check is in the mail. are you going to cover this globes thing tonight? how are you going to do it? speak of yet, we are. i agree with everything you said. whenever privilege people act like victims, though, it annoys me so much. i think there are a couple deeper questions worth exploring. the first -- i'm not going it's to defend a trump come he can defend himself, he's got twitter -- the first is, hollywood is a business, a mass-market retail business. do they understand their customers? they seem to hate them, which is striking to me, that is one of the reasons hollywood is in trouble financially.
FOX News
Aug 9, 2017 5:00pm PDT
president george w. bush put them on the axis of evil. there were times that we were more aggressive with them, this is speaking their language. both sides, when they speak the same language is when there's a result. >> there's a report not only can they miniaturize a nuclear head, president obama knew about it as early as 2013. if that report is correct, that is absolutely terrible. michael, gillian, thanks so much. >> thanks. >> let's change gears. bill de blasio says he hates bullying and wants employees to have good morale. why does the new york mayor according to his e-mails bully his employees? we'll show you what he said next. he will miss it. he's probably taking a nap. tucker will be back. he says i hope old people get to live, but i won't give it away. this lovely lady has a typical airline credit card. so she only earns double miles on purchases she makes from that airline. what'd you earn double miles on, please? ugh. that's unfortunate. there's a better option. the capital one venture card. with venture, you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase, everywhere, ever
FOX News
Mar 14, 2017 9:00pm PDT
dan rather. he does not report with george w. bush. based on forged documents. cbs did at least an investigation. they had accountability shown there. that's what you have to do in those situations. find where the leak is and show that you care. that's all i ask. >> tucker: what's interesting to me -- that news executives are so partisan or feel it their mission to destroy a politician, only in defense of traditional journalism where you are not partisan. they feel that so overwhelmingly that they would give up a big story -- n hurt one of their own employees because they are thata committed toig the cause of getting a specific person elected.ee that is the behavior of a political consultant. >> jorge ramos won a walter cronkite award yesterday. he is a known advocate, he is not an anchor. he has a mission and it is to take down donald trump at any chance he can. the people behind the walter cronkite award, obviously an iconic name in this business, they say they will give it to jorge ramos, not because he is doing good journalism, but because we agree with the message and that is
FOX News
Jan 10, 2017 11:00pm PST
, but the gains of our long journey to freedom are not assured. in his own farewell address, george washington wrote that self-government is the underpinning of our safety, prosperity, and liberty. but, from different causes and from different quarters, much pains will be taken to weaken in your mind the conviction of this truth. and if so, we have to preserve this truth with zealous anxiety, that we should reject the first dawning of every alienation of our country from the rest. or the sacred ties that make us one. [cheering and applauding] >> president obama: america, we weaken those ties will wille allow our political dialogue to become so corrosive the people of good character are not even willing to enter into public service. americans with whom we disagree are seen and not just as misguided but as malevolent. we weaken those ties when we define some of us as more american than others. when we write off the whole system as inevitably corrupt. and when we sit back and blame the leaders we elect without examining our own role in electing them. it calls to each of us to be those
FOX News
Jul 5, 2017 11:00pm PDT
military action is off the table. >> tucker: george friedman, it seems so reckless of china, my understanding is the one country that might be able to have sufficient pressure to stop this, to stand back and allow it to happen. do you think the chinese leadership has thought this through? >> i think they have. i don't think the moment for military action is there. i don't think they have a capable icbm at this point. i disagree with my colleague. i think they are close to it, but their guidance system isn't there. it is proven. the chinese feel that we will act before they reach that point. we probably are getting very close to that point. and they're prepared to let us go do that. the chinese are not necessarily reckless, but they think the americans are predictable, and we are, in this particular case, and they are going to carry the burden. and i think the problem is that the united states really doesn't want to attack, but i think the addition point here is, when do they have a literal nuclear weapon? my view is, they don't have that. >> tucker: i don't see a good outcome or
FOX News
Apr 17, 2017 9:00pm PDT
country and you a quote george kennedy when you say the worst of rulers knows things about his country thatou foreigners do not. do you think we keep that in mind enough? >> i think we obviously don't. saddam hussein was well aware that he had the confidence of population. assad has the confidence of religious minorities in his country which have sustained him in power. qaddafi in libya and knew this was a country that really had no government but it was the basis of being totally tribal. we went into all three countries as though we were doing battle with a unitary state, which we obviously were not. one feature of theseou totalitarian regimes that people tend to lose sight of his how brittle they are. and that's probably even true of the north korean regime. when these regimes collapse as we saw in eastern europe will, they go down with a big bang, and there's nothing left.ur there are dangers and that also. >> tucker: they just haul them out behind the court and execute them and then poof, it's over. you had a line in here, wars cannot be won on the cheap ngwithout infantry.
FOX News
Dec 9, 2016 4:00pm PST
wind of political ignorance is sweeping former "star trek" actor george takai tweeted this. dear democrats, you had better be prepared to filibuster folks like mad dis, flynn, and sessions we are counting on to you hold your ground. okay. there is only one problem harry reid, the outgoing democratic head in the senate got rid of filibusters on administration nominees back when the democrats held the senate. ha ha ha. takai since deleted his tweet. andrew wrote this. sounds grand, george. please stick to acting. kevin tweeted yawn. who cares about celebrity opinions. if people did, hillary would have won which is a fair point honestly. ihc wrote this oh the democrats like to filibuster now. yes they do but it's through the. >> remember martin skelly the guy to jacked up the least popular person in america. is he on to something new now and taking place on twitter. he joins us in studio in a manipulate. donald trump continues in the state of michigan. preprogram underway right now. waiting for him to take the stage and of course we will go there live. stay tuned. visit alz.org to j
FOX News
Jan 20, 2017 9:00pm PST
commonplace and miraculous. commonplace, every four years since 1789 when president george washington took this exact same oath. miraculous because we've done it every four years since 1789 and the example it sets for democracies everywhere. washington believed the inauguration of the second president would be more important than the inauguration of the first. many people have taken control of the government up until then, but few people have ever turned that control willingly to anyone else. as important as the transfer for the first transfer of power was, many historians believe that the next election was even more important. when in 1801, one group of people arguably for the first time ever in history willingly, if not enthusiastically, gave control of the government to people they believed had a dramatically different view of what the government would, should, and could do. after that election, they discovered a flaw in the constitution itself, which was remedied by the 12 commitment. thomas jefferson in that inauguration beyond the chaos of the election that pass said we are all repub
FOX News
Dec 6, 2016 11:00pm PST
will endo you remember. >> more with fox news contributor and former speechwriter to george w. bush, and former assist aant to president clinton, matt bennett. welcome to both of you. good to have you here. >> good to be here. >> when you listen to how carefully warded the president's phrases are there, things like al qaeda and you look at the wider picture of islamic terrorism that we have seen in ferms terms of attacks from nic paris and the ones here at home, is it a difficultish. >> you, matt? >> i don't think so. as he pointed out, the people who hit us on 9/11, that organization has been incredibly weakened. obviously we got bin laden, much of their top leadership and they're really no long er the force they were in the world. what has happened to the united states domestically in the eight years of the obama presidency is very similar to what happened under bush after 9/11 which is to say there were no coordinated terrorist attacks here the way there have been in europe. we've had lone wolf attacks, a couple times it was brothers or people living in the same household, but no
FOX News
Apr 13, 2017 6:00pm PDT
-- >> scientist just did a study -- they did a study a few years ago with the george w bush institution, maybe pick up a economics 101 book as well. >> tucker: let me ask you this. i can see -- part of what you're saying is there a lot of energetic, smart immigrants. my business partner is one of them. i love them. there also a lot of immigrants who consume more in goods and services than they pay back. there's no disputing it and you know it. why not make an affirmative effort to import people with existing skills it and wealth, and then we can be much richer? >> why don't we have start up visas like countries do? that gets entrepreneurial immigrants into the country. economic common sense can take hold and we can do some positive things on the economic growth in terms of immigration. the idea of focusing on -- the notion that we are blaming immigrants for our current problems, barack obama was great at stopping immigration because our economy was so bad we actually leveled off and people went back to mexico. >> tucker: we are veering from economics to value judgment. it's
FOX News
Jul 21, 2017 11:00pm PDT
elected ar are. jonathan truly is a law perversity at george washington, thank you for coming on. this is an investigation that went from trying to determine if russia had an effect on the election outcome and is now looking at real estate transactions and nina's dates between how do we get from one to the other? >> the mandate that was given to mueller was perhaps the most vague and ambiguous mandate i've seen for a special counselor. it's basically one line that says investigate the selection controversy. nothing else. there's no specific specific reference to crimes. you can drive a semi through that language, that's what's going to happen. what people need to understand is that a special counsel investigation tends to have some mission. it broadens with time. if you start with a very broad language, they will fill that space and go beyond it. i think that mueller is going to be of the fit this financial investigation under that language, because that's what he was given by rosenstein. >> tucker: i don't believe that any person who does business in russia, no matter how well-meaning, c
FOX News
Jul 28, 2017 8:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Aug 3, 2017 8:00pm PDT
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FOX News
Jul 14, 2017 8:00pm PDT
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Jul 28, 2017 5:00pm PDT
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Jul 27, 2017 8:00pm PDT
about the white house press office, dana perino. previously press secretary to george w. bush. a lot of back-and-forth about the bill. you just heard what senator thune said. let's hear a democratic senator earlier tonight. >> this is nuclear grade bonkers what's happening tonight. we are about to reorder one fifth of the american health care system then we will have two hours to review a bill which at first blush stands essentially as health care system arson. >> bret: senator murphy. >> he ain't all wrong. this is a horrible way to reassure people that you care about their health insurance and their family and all of their stuff. this is as bad or worse than what democrats did in 2009 when they were stumbling and tumbling through on obamacare. i will put it this way. you are talking about what's going to happen, there will be fake debate on insincere amendments to a nonexistent bill buried >> bret: other than that, it's a-ok? >> we wonder why people don't trust the process and don't believe we can govern. >> dana, paint a more rosy picture. >> i thought senator john thune did an excel
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Aug 24, 2017 5:00pm PDT
removal of a george washington statue. the names jefferson and jackson have been stripped from democratic fund-raising events despite the fact that they founded the party. it was suggested this week that we ought to blow up mount rushmore. we could go on and on. for the most part, the media and the political clash regard this as legitimate social protest. they agree with bill de blasio. a lot in this country feel their history has been ignored or fronts to their history have been tolerated, as if history were race specific and each interest group gets their own version. that's what the left believes. your kids are learning that in schooling. the rest of the country looks on in bewilderment. outside of the richest zip codes, confederate statues are not a threat. the real issues are economic, a huge percentage of this country has no net worth at all and moving backward at high speed. according to a harris poll released today, 78% of americans say they live paycheck to paycheck. more than a quarter save no money at all. three quarters are in debt to big banks and half of those thi
FOX News
Sep 11, 2017 11:00pm PDT
. he is a very sensible person, she joins us tonight. robbie george, the princeton professor said yesterday, i think i am quoting. "i would sooner shut down a university then offering counseling to students for opinions that they don't agree with." does anyone think that they are becoming parities? >> you would know that i suited the university last spring for refusing to allow three different conservative speakers, so you know, even the dean of the berkeley law school came out last weekend said that one berkeley doesn't allow free access to its facilities, it is violating the first amendment, so you would think that they would have learned to now, having been sued, being more self-aware, but this has been a decade long process of coddling it the students and engaging in this leftist group think it, so they just don't get how crazy it looks to the rest of the world. >> tucker: that is a thing, if you are not from california, this is a big deal or was. my grandmother went there in the 30s. it was considered something that you bragged about. it was a very serious place. and i think
FOX News
May 9, 2017 8:00pm PDT
district of new york and in 2003, the 6'8" comey was nominated by president george w. bush to be the deputy attorney general. the next year, colby had a showdown with top administration officials because they tried to get a hospitalized attorney general john ashcroft to reauthorize an nsa program from his hospital bed. >> i thought i witnessed and effort to take advantage of a sick man who did not have the powers of the attorney general. >> comey admits he was a registered republican for years but ended up being nominated to lead the federal bureau of investigation for a 10-year term by a democratic president. >> he doesn't care about politics. he only cares about getting the job done. >> comey confronted the rise of isis, telling "60 minutes" he preferred the term loan rat to a lone. -- lone wolf. >> although there is evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case. >> comey revisited the server investigation. clinton has placed blame on-call meet for trump's win. the re
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Apr 25, 2017 8:00pm PDT
remember major elections turned on fewer than that. in florida in 2000 the difference was 800 votes. george w. bush won that state and the presidency by 537 votes. so it does matter which democrats probably know in the first place. north korea's been sending threats our ways for years but now the threats seem closer than of to provoking a response. there's a submarine dispatched in a show of force while the trump administration has taken the step of inviting every senator to a briefing on the korean threat. are these the right moves or are things getting out of hand and what can we do about them if they are. brit hume joins us now. brit, it seems the intensity here is increasing to what looks like a dangerous level. is that your perception? >> yeah, i think it is a dangerous level because it appears north korea is closer than of to putting together a nuclear weapon they have the ability to deliver even to the west coast of the united states. the threat is real and the alarm is reasonable. but i think there are some issues that have to do with the perception of the north korean regime that m
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Jun 2, 2017 8:00pm PDT
sovereignty. they came up with something, tucker, that 190 nations, kim junge un to putin, to george w. bush said it's the best way to continue the b acceleration of less carbon. so you know the more - - . >> that's not what it says. >> it says it's non-binding and every countryseats its own standards. >> why should we support something that doesn't even set voluntary limits on co2 emissions for china and india and call that environmentalism? it's the opposite. >> then why all of our environmentalists, scientists - - . >> i'm asking you. i want to know your view of it. >> my view is identical to 98% of scientists all world leaders and the majority of voters. staying in paris would help reduce carbon over time because china, india, and america all three have been the biggest carbon emitters in the last few decades. have said okay, we're not going to shut down our coal plants now. none of that's required as you know. >> you're going into crease coal usage in china. increase it. >> the charge shows it here, and now - - . >> no, that's - - that is not aat it says. >> china is choking on it
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Dec 23, 2016 11:00pm PST
donald trump won the presidency. george stephanopoulos used to work for the clinton white house. politic facts all the time, you know, they will give donald trump dubious scores on things he said. which is like totally ridiculous. it's not very hard to find something donald trump said that was untrue. but they still are unfair about so i don't know. >> i was there when snops this when this horrible nightclub shooting omar mateen was a register the democrat that was a news story and snopes tried to take that and say that's untrue. he wasn't really a democrat he was registered as a democrat. the one fact we knew about the guy they contested because we didn't know how ardent a democrat he was. that was clearly pushing a political agenda, no? >> yeah. they mark stuff as unproven all the time just as you technically can't prove it to the full extent that, you know, they make up in their heads, yeah, there is tons of things wrong with snopes. >> in that case it was technically proven. they had his voter i.d. card. the guy was technically a democrat. >> if you wil political fact checke
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May 16, 2017 11:00pm PDT
time, even though he was cordially hated on the left end and much of the media. certainly, george w. bush was detested by the media to a great extent. but nothing like this. nothing like -- barack obama was hated on the right but not to this extent. this is beyond anything i have seen before. now, the problem for trump is, of course, he is unfamiliar with how to operate in this atmosphere. the people around him don't seem how to do it. the reagan people know they were in a hostile media atmosphere because he was so conservative. but they were seasoned that they knew how to compensate for it. it's not fair, it's not fair that trump should have to do that. but you do have to do it. as part of the skill of the presidency and part -- one of the tools you have to have. you have to know how to plan for that, you have to know how things will be received, which is why, if you are in the white house, and there is an investigation of someone close to you, as into the case of general flynn, it's a bad idea to say to the fbi director, even though you feel sympathy for the person under investiga
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Feb 6, 2017 9:00pm PST
a george w. bush appointed considered moderately conservative. this is the same circuit that once wrote one nation under god should be considered and take out the pledge of allegiance and also banned nativity scenes from public parts inro southern california. meantime, during his first official to centcom in tampa, florida, president trump reiterated his disdain for the immediate and support for the troops, saying he is 100% behind military and their fight against radical islamic terrorism. them. president also indicated e some terror attacks are not being covered by the media, watch. >> all over europe, it's happening. it's gotten to a point where it's not even being reported, and in many cases, the very, very dishonest press doesn't want to report it. they have their reasons, and you understand that. >> the white house offered 78 examples to support the president's claim. wewe are checking to see if any were not covered. mr. trump also dismissed the polls that show his immigration policies are unpopular, calling them fake news, saying instead, he relies on his internal numbers.
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May 12, 2017 5:00pm PDT
who served under george w. bush and paula bates, he is the career fbi agent in the mix, currently assistant director for cybersecurity divisions at the bureau. if there's a second bucket of potential nominees, we'll call them congressional picks. in this case, mike rogers former house intelligence committee chairman, a former fbi agent and republican. congressman trey gaudi a former prosecutor who led the probe into the 2012 benghazi care terrorist attacks, also a key member of the russia probe and senate majority whip john cornyn of texas. there's others were keeping our eye on as well. john pistol retired as a deputy director before serving as tsa administrator, fred townsend respected here in washington who served as the homeland security advisor for president bush as well as former senator and a state attorney general from new hampshire kelly ayotte. we've also got the acting fbi director andrew mccabe, he's in the mix as well. there's two congressional committees looking at him, once looking at political donations to his wife in 2015 and whether any sort of ethical lines were
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Jun 19, 2017 11:00pm PDT
perhaps in the most extreme cases, referring to george washington. the fact of the matter, we do vote with the ballots what they do with bullets elsewhere. it is not uncommon in politics that we use the language of war. we talk about fierce rhetoric, we talk about -- and so on. you were on a television program, and i don't know what your body count was, when you were on "crossfire." i assume that there were no casualties there. >> tucker: stop. you know what? i want to have a reasonable conversation about a demagogue but in the hours after come five people were shot, including the house majority whip, use or not a tweet that said "hot republicans." it is clearly a reference to the assassination attempts against congressman scalise. it's hard to imagine how you could justify writing something like that. >> in the immediate aftermath of the shooting at the sandy hook school, we heard people say this is not the time to talk about gun violence. we have heard lots of things follow this. >> tucker: that's not what you were saying. you are encouraging gun violenc violence. >> absolutely not.
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Dec 5, 2016 4:00pm PST
. you visit the country. george stephanopoulos went on this trip. everybody has gone on this trip. one thing i learned when i was there. is that this fiction as you call it was the way to get china to the table in order to open up the trade we now talked about. >> of course. richard nixon. >> this was. >> i. >> i exactly. richard nixon. don't talk about jimmy carter. >> cart are put that policy in place project was to open up china and do trade. the pathway to get there was through this sort of fiction with taiwan. all i'm say something okay. if we're going to revisit that trade relationship which i think we should which a lot of people in business think we should. what's the smartest way to do it. the attempt by donald trump i think was to sent a shot across the bough. >> exactly. all of these -- everybody -- >> -- was that the best strategy? i don't know. >> i'm not sure. here is what i do know having lived here all my life is people are wedded to the way things are just because. lack the imagination a different way and hate anybody who suggests one. i'm open-minded and i'm glad you
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May 5, 2017 5:00pm PDT
his own church with a swastika and an anti-gay slur. the organist is a man called george nathaniel stang says he wrote wanted to give local people a reason to fight for good, even if it was a false flag. the ends justify the means for notably, this specific case was one of many alleged hate crimes that was used by the press to vilify and marginalize republican voters in the last few months. "the washington post" ran the story at the lead anecdote in a piece that chronicled "numerous incidents that have occurred in the wake of trump's election." in fact, the post mentioned this incident and a bunch of articles, but for some reason they haven't posted a single piece about how the attacks are a hoax, because they are liars. another hate crime in the same article, a michigan student told she had to take off her he hijr she'd be set on fire. it didn't happen. many more, the surge of threats against jewish committee dissenters, that we heard a lot about? that turned out to be the work of a left-wing journalist and an israeli man. they took white men who attacked a muslim woman at uc san
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May 31, 2017 8:00pm PDT
leadership, but had to do with the final year of george bush's leadership when we fell into a recession. >> tucker: can i ask you something? i know where this argument -- you'll defend anything. you'll defend anything. >> let me tell you why match. >> tucker: will you stop saying things that are irresponsible, like the term ethnic cleansing, because you are scaring the hell out of people and making it impossible to have a rational conversation? >> i'm not. i'm not going to do it until we get a reasonable budget that's not targeting people who suffer theer deepest. not creating a budget that puts profits over people. >> tucker: rather than getting to motive, why don't you say, look, the snap program for example, which you support, and i think it is fair to say, we shouldn't cut this and here's why. instead of making gross generalizations about people's ethnicity and skin color, and evoking the shared memories of persecution, which you are doing on purpose, say, look --bo >> this is persecution. poor folk will be persecuted. we are cutting the legal services, so people can't have a legal
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Apr 28, 2017 5:00pm PDT
asked at george mason university, students had really hated what trump had done but they were being told about president obama's first 100 day days. not trump's watch this. >> trump recently went on what was called an apology tour to countries like egypt and saudi arabia. saying there is a new sheriff in town. at this stuff is not going to fly. >> him apologizing stuff that you would like to see him stop doing? >> for sure. i really think he overstepped his bounds. >> i think he is trying to put band-aids on at this point and i think it's a bad thing for him. >> the people he is apologizing to are not people who should be apologizing to. it saudi arabia, dictatorships everywhere. >> i don't think it was up to him to apologize on behalf of a nation. >> he recently has been talking about a $700 billion job plan. >> you tax people and then use that money to help create jobs. is that something you think positively or negatively? >> i've got to say, it kind of would be more negative. >> how's that going to help us? creating jobs for people that aren't trying to get a higher education? >>
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Dec 29, 2016 4:00pm PST
become a carping persistence presence in our nation's capital. george w. bush had the sense to say i'm done and walk off the stage. it appears in this case barack obama is not going away quietly. >> look, obviously we can't predict his future actions but his present actions do suggest he will be here for a while. what's interesting about these actions on the israel issue and both on the russian issue, they seem like the repudiations of the obama foreign policy, the lead from behind type of foreign policy that he so famously, you know, i guess lived by for while he was president of the united states. he is not doing that now, it seems. he is taking the lead on israel, changing policy toward israel and on rush he is obviously doing these actions, but, of course, even on israel he still abstained on the vote so the analogy doesn't work out. he on stained on the vote. on this issue on russia it's retaliatory issue. it's retaliatory action and it's based on actions that he alleges that russia has done and not based on perceived threats, per se. >> betsy, complicated legacy for barack ob
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Jul 14, 2017 5:00pm PDT
american favorite on top of an american favorite, alice. it's like abe lincoln on top of george washington. yonder. get your favorites on top of your favorites. only at applebee's. >> tucker: time now for final exam. weekly news quiz. first time doing it we are going to ask our contestants questions about this week's current events torn from the headlines and find out what they know. joining us our very first contestants. save the tape from tonight fox news elizabeth prann and peter doocy. >> bring it on. >> i'm not taking my finger off. >> tucker: thought of in the shower one morning but think it's going to work. >> it's my nightmare. >> if i get one. >> tucker: i think you are going to do great. here are the rules. i'm going to ask the question. >> okay. >> tucker: the first one to buzz in on our specially made police buzzers. if you get it wrong you lose a point. best of five win. are you ready? >> five? >> tucker: best of five. here's the first question. state officials in nevada, sometimes called nevada, this week announced a state of emergency when stores there sold out of
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Sep 13, 2017 8:00pm PDT
george orwell is you need to trust the government,g the experts, and the media. is that, do you think, a fair reading of his message? >> no, of course not. and the idea -- it would be, to revive the old line about history repeating itself, the idea of a remake of 1984 with trump and his billy bush tape and his rosie o'donnell jokes and all the rest of it, the idea -- the fact is there is a grain of truth in what she said. w the media loved her, the media looked at her adoringly.th but the media, even in their bias, are sufficiently human that trump was just too interesting. the fact is that every time t trump got up on stage you never knew what he was going to say. he might go on about the iranian nuclear program or he might gogo on about how macy's stock price has tanked since they stopped carrying his stuff. hillary was the most robotic presidential candidate. h that was the issue. the idea that it wasn't self-inflicted wounds,'t yes, it was, because at heart she had no rationale for her candidacy and she wasn't a good enough candidate. >> tucker: you're missing it! what she's sayin
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Mar 10, 2017 9:00pm PST
it, he's rolling up to the george washington bridge, tucker and threw himself off. that's how quickly these things could spiral out of control. samantha bee has yet to apologize for calling this kid and other kids there a nazi. instead she does this half-baked apology. we're sorry we offended you. samantha, here is an idea, why don't you pick up a phone, this kid has stage 4 cancer. there is no stage 5. apologize him directly by phone in your own voice instead of a stupid tweet that wasn't a -- an apology in the first place. this got me angry. >> doesn't seem very funny. is this going to play on late night? political lectures rather than jokes? >> oh, well, i don't know if you call it stephen colbert on election night. he does a special on showtime. supposed to be a celebration of hillary clinton's victory. he doesn't have jokes planned if hillary actually lost. he doesn't know what to do when it's cleared trump is going to win. so he has someone on his panel and her name is jana friedman, an alleged comedian. he says, "how are you feeling right now?" let me give you the quote
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Feb 23, 2017 9:00pm PST
putin, previously principle deputy secretary of energy under president george w. bush, a piece he wrote for the hill, he says that vladimir putin is weaker than he looks and exaggerates his influence to bolster his image and undermine the united states, think slotig for joining us. you're saying there was a russian propaganda campaign but it's not the one we read about in "the new york times." >> it's not what we read about. the story that the media have missed is that they are the ones being played by president putin. the american press. he's a very weak, he's very weak he has these pressures at home from his muslim citizens on the one hand on the russian nationalists on the other. he has to satisfy this. he has created this image that makes them look like a strong man but only works if he has a weak american president. >> tucker: this is for domestic consumption. more than internationally. we're looking at this and say what does putin want, does he want us to back off on crimea is it ukraine that he's worriedat about and you're saying he's unstable at home and to shore up his support
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