united states does on this. that's up next. this is a fox news alert. breaking news in washington where president obama is about to address the crisis in ukraine. ousted ukrainian president viktor yanukovych surfaced today after a week on the run. we're going to go to wendell goler at the white house with the latest. bring us up to speed, please. all right. do we have wendell? wendell, can you hear us? >> i can hear you now. >> thank you. bring us up to speed, wendell. >> the announcement came down maybe 15, 20 minutes ago, the president would speak to us here in the white house briefing room. it came after ukraine's u.n. ambassador announced what he
called russian groupies had seized control of the two major airports in crimea. earlier today, press secretary jay carney had refused to confirm report that russian forces had seized control, not only of the airports but of a couple of the buildings in crimea. remember, this is an area that is predominantly ethnic russian. very much sympathetic to moscow. perhaps even more so than to the government in kiev. so we're awaiting the president. his advisers, secretary of state kerry, national security adviser susan rice, have said that -- have warned russia against intervention in the affairs of ukraine, but there's been no indication how the u.s. might respond to it. >> can you give us a sense of this resurfacing of viktor yanukovych, who surfaced. where did he surface and give us an idea of what the surroundings
were around that? >> well, he resurfaced in moscow, eric. said he was still the legal leader, if you will, of ukraine, though that is definitely not the white house belief. he said that he had fled out of fear for his own safety and that of his family, and gave no indication he was prepared to abdicate, though officials here say he has done precisely that by leaving the country at a time of crisis. they say ukraine's parliament acted lawfully in electing a transition government. it's that government the u.s. is working with along with nato and the monetary fund to provide ukraine the money it needs to get through this period. and as far as the folks here are concerned, he is no longer the leader of his country, eric. >> do we know where he is? >> in russia, some place in russia right now, we believe. he spoke first in moscow. he may be working his way toward
crimea, which as i said, has a largely russian ethnic population and is more sympathetic to them. >> the elections have been called back, correct? >> the elections have been set. >> set, right. >> they have not been held yet. >> i'm sorry. the second thing is, this talk about the naval base in the russian naval base. russian naval ships have been there all day long. i take it the news here is they're in the crimea with troops. if that's accurate, taking some building. it has nothing to do with naval operations. >> the russian naval base is essential to russia. it's their only warm water port, if you will. so far as we understand right now, none of this is happening -- >> wendell, i have to cut in. we have a two-minute warning from the president. he'll approach the podium in two minutes. >> thanks.
as you have been watching the white house briefing room, getting ready for president obama to sp ukraine and the situation, as these reports have surfaced of russian troops landing in crimea. this as the ukrainian president, the former president now, yanukovych, spoke today from russia, as you were just discussing. saying he will still fight for ukraine. but the biggest development today, just within the past few hours, reports on the ground in crimea that some 2,000 russian troops have landed there. the pentagon confirming that some 12 aircraft have landed at the airport there. earlier, there were -- there were soldiers there that were not dressed in russian uniforms. they were in camo, but not in russian uniforms. they had secured the airport, and then 12 aircraft landed. estimated about 2,000 troops
landing in crimea. now, the current administration, the authorities on the ground, as you mentioned, the election has been set. that they are saying that this is an invasion by russia. already, we've heard from the u.s. ambassador to the united nations, saying and teaming up with the president of the united states in this statement. we've heard warnings from secretary of state john kerry saying that russia should not invade the sovereign space of ukraine. we've heard defense secretary chuck hagel speaking for the united states in nato, saying this should be a time for caution and wise, diplomatic moves. but we have yet to hear, until now, from the president of the united states on this situation. president barack obama in the white house briefing room. >> over the last several days, the united states has been responding to events as they unfold in ukraine. throughout this crisis, we have been very clear about one
fundamental principle, the ukrainian people deserve the opportunity to determine their own future. together with our european allies, we have urged an end to the violence and encouraged ukrainians to pursue a course in which they stabilize their country, forge a broadbased government, and move to elections this spring. i also spoke several days ago with president putin, and my administration has been in daily communication with russian officials. we've made clear that they can be part of an international communities effort to support the stability and success of a united ukraine going forward. which is not only in the interest of the people of ukraine and the international community, but also in russia's interests. however, we are now deeply concerned by reports of military movements taken by the russian federation inside of ukraine. russia has a historic relationship with ukraine, including cultural and economic ties and a military facility in
crimea. but any violation of ukraine's sovereignty would be deeply destabilizing, which is not in the interest of ukraine, russia, or europe. it would represent a profound interference in matters that must be determined by the ukrainian people. it would be a clear violation of russia's commitment to respect the independence and sovereignty and borders of ukraine and of international loss. and just days after the world came to russia for the olympic games, it would invite the condemnation of nations around the world, and indeed, the united states will stand with the international community in affirming there will be costs for any military intervention in ukraine. the events in the past several months remind us of how difficult democracy can be in a country with deep divisions, but the ukrainian people have also reminded us that human beings have a universal right to determine their own future.
right now, the situation remains very fluid. vice president biden just spoke with prime minister -- the prime minister of ukraine to assure him in this difficult moment, the united states supports his government's efforts and stands for the sovereignty, territorial integrity, and democratic future of ukraine. i also commend the ukrainian government's restraint and its commitment to uphold it international obligations. we will continue to coordinate closely with our european allies. we'll continue to communicate directly with the russian government, and we'll continue to keep all of you in the press corps and the american people informed as events develop. thanks very much. >> are they russian forces? >> a brief statement from president obama saying that the u.s. is deeply concerned about the military movements of russia in ukraine, and the crimea
region. saying any violation of sovereignty in ukraine would be deeply destabilizing to the region. he mentioned the olympics in russia just wrapping up and saying the international community stands together and stands against any military intervention inside ukraine. he said there will be costs for military intervention in ukraine. he also mentioned that the vice president just got off the phone with the prime minister. the new prime minister of ukraine, expressing u.s. support. critics obviously will point back to the president's statements about syria and the red line that was crossed about chemical weapons, but now the u.s.'s dealing with an explosive hour-by-hour situation across the world, one that this president has his hands full with. back to you in new york. >> thank you, bret. let's go right to jennifer griffin at the pentagon. bret pointed out something, i wrote it down as well. president obama from the podium just a minute ago. there will be costs for any
military intervention in ukraine. any idea what that means? >> well, it's varinteresting, eric, because we have been talking to pentagon officials all day about whether there was any contingency planning going on. we heard from the nato supreme ally commander yesterday from brussels, general breedlove, who said there were no contingency plans on the part of nato allies to do anything if russia were to move troops into the ukraine. that is a statement that vladimir putin would have taken, would have heard, and would have possibly taken as a green light, if you will, to move those forces. we're not clear at this point, and the pentagon is not confirming whether those forces that appear to have landed at the airport there about 2,000 troops, according to reports on the ground, whether they're russian troops, but they are seeing military activity, officials tell us, in to and out of the crimea, and reporters on the ground are saying in fact
there is a militarization of the crimea. the crimean peninsula right now. the russian ambassador to the u.n. spoke moments ago and he said many of the media reports are wrong and that there were wrong media reports at the beginning of the first world war. that's in the russian ambassador's words, so he's suggesting pushing back on this notion that there are russian troops on the move in crimea. however, we have from our own sources, some concerning reports that they are, in fact, russian forces on the move, and again, what we're seeing here at the pentagon, the chairman of the joint chiefs is here in the building. he's not over at the white house with the president who just spoke from the podium there at the white house. and there's no evidence of any military movements on the part of the u.s. or nato at this point in time. >> hi, jennifer. it's andrea tantaros. earlier, i was listening to you and you mentioned president obama hasn't addressed this issue since february 19th. when i look at the similarities between syria and this, oil
comes to mind. if he could just get his hands on middle eastern oil, vladimir putin, and deliver it to eurasia, he could gain control, even russia isn't as strong as we think. when i hear about the cards and obama saying there will be costs, could you walk us through, what cards does the united states have to play? >> well, what's increasingly clear is that not only does the u.s. not have many cards because they are not willing to use certain cards, but the u.n. doesn't have any cards because russia sits on the security council. they brought it up, but even a security council resolution on ukraine and any potential move by russia to the ukraine would be vetoed by russians on the security council. then you also have nato. again, the defense ministers of all 28 countries were meeting, and there was no solid statement out of there about what they would do if russia moved troops into ukraine. >> thank you so much from the pentagon. thank you, jennifer.
we'll bring it back out here. bob, you were getting very worked up. >> my only point about what jennifer said about the nato mibs meeting. nato has no responsibility to the ukraine. the north atlantic treaty was put together to protect the member states. they're not a member state. nato is not involved in this. the u.s. could be involved if they want to. if they want to get involved militarily, i don't think they do. >> don't you think that's what she was talking about? >> no, nato has no right. >> don't you think a goal of putin was to take nato and disarming nuclear defense, that was a major goal of putin, and guess what, he got it. >> one of the reasons putin is doing this is the ukraine has made it clear, at least for the oppositions now in power, that they want to join the eu, and putin doesn't want it, because it becomes the basis for him putting the old soviet union together. >> the president wants them to
stay out of this, he would assist the ukrainian people in creating a stabilized economy and situation, stabilize the country to move forward to spring elections, saying they have a right to representative government. that's where he leaves it, like this is not our problem to deal with. >> i think my guess is putin's goal is a civil war, so he can come in and save the day. mitt romney starting to look really, really good. after all, he was the guy who said russia was going to be a potential foe because they're looking for more. it reminds you that folks have consequences. when you look at putin and think who would he rather be up against? you know, a mccain or an obama? he's so happy how it turned out. >> i so much hope -- right now, it's a war of words. we have a war of words going on back and forth, not only within ukraine and russia, but whether or not nato, u.s. is going to get involved. let's hope it stays that way. if it escalates more, maybe it's a different story. as of now, good news is that's
about it. >> honestly, ukraine has handled themselves pretty admirably. >> very reminiscent of the 1960s when the russians had the civil war, supposedly a civil war, gave the russians an opportunity to move in and take over. you're right, it's a pattern. the problem is he's got one area of that country is russian. the crimean area. the rest of it, he slaughtered everybody. they hate the russians in ukraine. >> this has long-term implications on a global stage, and the larger message is that president obama and the eu are losing and that vladimir putin is winning. that's the 30,000-foot take away. >> you talk about what is reminiscent. it really is the 1970s. we have a cold war, oil prices, bad economy, jimmy carter. >> us against odds with russia over syria, over ukraine, and not on the same page. >> we're going to leave it right there, guys. we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah.
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we're going to get to that in a minute, but first, a federal appeals court has upheld a california high school's decision to ban t-shirts with the u.s. flag on them. in 2010, officials at live oak high school in san jose ordered students wearing such students in tw2010 to either hide the fl or go home, fearing they would insig insight violence with latino students. they ruled they did not violate students' constitutional rights by doing so. this is a very interesting case, but many legal experts think the supreme court will not take this up, this is settled case law. this decision will stand. andrea, what do you make of it? >> i think the nation has lost its marbles. they have gone crazy. there's no way these students do not have a constitutional right to wear an american flag on
their shirt. take the law out of it. last time i checked, cinco de mayo was a holiday, not in the united states of america. if you want to celebrate cinco de mayo, great. that's what the country stands for. if you want to wear the american flag, that's what we stand for, too. this lack of patriotism we have gotten away from, it's caused us to forget why the country came about in the first place, all the people who fought and died. now we don't know why that is. greg and i were talking, why people weren't as interested in the olympics. it seemed like nobody cared. i think it's because the lack of patriotism isn't caugthought lie were in school. people aren't cheering on usa, usa, because they feel shamed when something symbolizes usa. >> if you wear anything with pride, joy, for your country, eric, you probably wear the american flag on your lapel, but isn't it a double standard? what about the >> i'm curious. what happens on the fourth of
july? can a british student wear a british flag shirt? would that be offensive to the american students so they're not allowed to do that either. it's terrible. you wear what you want. you want to wear a flag on fourth of july, knock yourself out. you want to wear an american flag on cinco de mayo, you have to be able. that's why our kids are getting shot to pieces in these foreign countries, to protect the freedoms to do that. >> but bob, what's wrong with you now? >> it's not really wrong with me. the judges ruled on the basis of the history of the school where there had been riots between angelo and hispanic students. under california law, appare apparently, the school district has a right to make a decision to do anything to ave avert confrontation. that's what they did. they said just during cinco de mayo. >> it's what's considered a heckler's veto.
because you're worried about thugs attacking, you're going to ban the free speech of other people. >> it's happening. >> nevertheless, how can you suppress speech based on a few individuals in circumstances. >> the school is basically saying we can't prevent foithsd from happening so we're going to wave the white flag. >> if you knew there were 500 anglos and mexican american students who were going to be fighting, would you not try to do something to stop it. >> i would try to provide a safe environment for them to express their feelings. >> what bob is saying speaks to the victory of fear over freedom. the freedom of expression is designed specifically for incidents like this when risk is involved. you're supposed to have this protection, even under threat of violence. every parent on monday should put their kid in a flag, put a flag on their shirt, on their lapel, and send them to school. not as a sign of patriotism, but
as a sign of freedom. make that expression so much more powerful than any, anything you could ever do. this is wrong. >> i agree. bob, it's just like the katy perry removing her -- removing the islamic symbol. because of fearing a filmmaker. we're changing the way we live out of fear. >> we're changing constitution, is the problem. >> the american justice on the appeals court voted for this. i assume it's not a democratic liberal message here. >> what message is it saying? if you really care about the country and if you don't, you can intimidate by fear. so anyone else, they can just push our schools around, our courts around. it's a laughing stock. >> i see what you're saying. if it hadn't been for the fact of the history of it, you have a case. there was a history. the courts made a decision. the school, in a right to avoid a dangerous confrontation. >> there's a history of violence
everywhere. >> we have another good topic. we showed it in the intro. idaho school has silent cheer day. you can't cheer out of sheer excitement for your kids. eric, i imagine you get loud in the stands. >> that's crazy. this is america, you know, you go to sporting event, you cheer. you make more noise. you make more noise than the other team, and that's great. they're saying a quiet basketball game makes the kids perform better. are you kidding me? give me a break. look, it's the same thing. the same thing. everyone has to be equal, and if they have louder cheerers, that's unfair to the team with fewer fans in the stands. stop it. let people win, let them learn how to lose. >> i think it's a great thing, but it's applied in the wrong spot. it needs to be applied on the white house press corps when
obama is speaking. >> good idea. andrea? >> i think this is going to come back and bite us because we're actually sending our kids out into the real world with no skills, preparing them for any kind of criticism at all. they leave school and go into the work place and they're going to whine, what, when someone roots for hem to get a job over someone else, or someone is in their face saying i don't like you, they're going to realize, you didn't teach us what it was like to lose. >> they're going to be ill-equipped to deal with the real consequences of life. >> there's nothing to do there, number one, but number two, the idea that they can't cheer for their kids. i got thrown out of a soccer game, red carded, and i was on the sideline. when do referees decide who is cheering too loudly and badly. i say screw it. >> can you imagine? there's a shocking revelation on "the five."
patrick moore had this to say about climate change on hannity. >> i had to come out and express what i have been studying for the last 25 years. it is a judgment that humans are causing the warming rather than any kind of scientific proof. we're spending hundreds of billions of dollars on a problem that may not exist.
>> and then john kerry said this once again about climate change in general. >> what i have said about climate change is it's one of the two or three top weapons or instruments of mass destruction. this is growing in its urgency for us to respond to it. >> so who's right? both, neither? the answer, as always, is science. which calls for patience, reason, and a desire to be proven wrong. none exists among hysterics. you need to find those who resist panic and want to do what is right. avoid these straights. exaggeration. panics are just that. panic hysteric. and mask worse, far deadlier problems. mockery over detail. more people die from vitamin deficiency than climate change, and cold weather is far deadlier
than warm. calling someone a flat earther is easier than doing homework. third, a fear of criticism. we learned there are 717 new planets. amazing but unsurprising. the universe is unknowable, so that's why we learn new things about it. imagine if they were like kerry or obama and said the science is settled about the nine plants we learned about as a kid. what would they do when faced with the new worlds, exactly what you're seeing now, panic. the classic nine planets became eight when jupiter was downgraded to a dwarf planet. i sympathize. moore dedicated his life to saving the planet, he co-founded green peace. i'm sure you have something on him to disgrace him. >> i thought it was pluto that was downgraded. are you sure it's jupiter? >> what did i say? >> you said jupiter. >> see, science is always changing, bob.
>> the thing that strikes me about his rationale for leaving green peace in the '80s is that it had become too radical. i remember the founding of green peace. it started far more radical than it is today. they shotguns, maybe i don't know what he means by that. secondly, i do tend to agree, and i have come around. i think there is a lot more science that needs to be collected to make a judgment, but i wouldn't take a judgment about green peace from a guy who left it under some questions. >> go ahead. >> the reason why he's pushing back on this, because he points out, there's a 30-year period. globally, that we raise the temperature about half of one degree. then for 40 years, we didn't raise it one iota. then another 30-year period where it went up another half degree. here's the point. there's no science to global warming. and one of the most liberal, i
guess you could call him liberal in the day when he founded green peace, agrees there's no signs of global warming. when are the rest of you liberals going to come around and say there is no sign. >> the guy who made a statement that was dead wrong, now you're taking him as the consummate expert. >> isn't he the best person to listen to? isn't he the best person to listen to, though? like the person who escaped from the cult and gives you the inside tips on the cult. >> if he said why he left green peace, i would be happier. >> kind of explains it. >> became too political. >> a lot of people left the green movement like earth first because they got scared of the maniacs, the people who wanted to hurt people. when you lose somebody from green peace, what do you do? >> shoot them. >> try to capture them and bring them back? i think this whole climate change is the galileo problem, right? it's science and power versus
power, right? and galileo kept trying to say i have the science, but everybody said we have the consensus. al gore has a consensus. they take a survey of their friends and say, here's what we believe, and they demonize anyone who goes against it. i think the details are threatening to them. that's why they don't want to look into this more, but the answer is more science and more details to figure out what's happening. >> there isn't a huge number of scientists who admit there is global warming. >> but they pivot, move to the right, to the left, figure out what they can do to hold ground because it's like filling the holes, sinking so fast. and then you have the secretary of state saying this is a threat to national security. no credibility. >> there's no other problems on the planet, and our secretary of state is talking about not even a fraction of a degree. >> while ukraine is burning. >> let's not forget, even if the globe is increasing in temperature tiny amounts,
so, are you one of the millions of americans on the job hunt? if you get an interview, get rea ready to dig deep into your past, all the way to high school. some employers still want applicants to give them their s.a.t. scores, sometimes decades after they took the test. should a test you took in high
school trump your job experience? in fairness, they're asking people with not a lot of experience. isn't this a bit ridiculous? >> they're basing it on scores of the s.a.t.s and a.c.t.s. the national journal just reported on a story, they found kids with high s.a.t. scores and they did not as well as heme who did not have high test scores. it's reticulous. i got the lowest you could get. >> put down c for everything? >> i went a, b, c, d, then abcd. >> is it unfair to people who might be bad test takers or people who had to go to the bathroom and got panicked. >> i don't know why you have to bring that up here. it may be a requesthoo people away. but forget the test. we talked about this before. the best people to hire are
people who can work with people and take orders and respond to orders. talk about the military, negotiating an ied is far more superior than acing an s.a.t. >> negotiate work well with people? >> i'm telling you, i'm just saying, people you meet that you work with who were in the military, that's the best barometer for employment. >> problem solvers. they're put in situations where it looks like there's. no way out and they fix it. let me add another group to that, athletes. same thing. no, no, for real. i hired a lot of people. i square to god, the best traders on the floor were military people and athletes because they're self-starters, self-motivators. they don't rely on other people. if they have a problem, they fix it. >> any particular sport? >> you know, basketball players are great. i'm serious. >> really? >> yeah. >> better than baseball? >> in the gulf war, they did well in business. >> i would think.
talk about discipline. >> kimberly, it's probably tough coming out of college because you just have references to go on for internships. is it fair for some of the firms like goldman sachs to ask for the math scores if they know they're going to be a number cruncher at maybe a hedge fund. isn't that maybe reasonable? >> if they could tie it to a reasonable nexus to say, we want to see how good you are on math? why not give them your own test. maybe you learned a thing or two since the s.a.t. it was when when i took the s.a.t., and my grades are far better. >> what did you get? >> i didn't remember what my scores were. they scale it differently. i know i did very well in verbal, and my bath score was not as good. >> they changed it. >> i don't like to brag. >> up next, we'll celebrate tinsel town's golden nig.@w@wowg
sunday. as you can see, we're celebrating our preoscar party already. sometimes, celebrities make mistakes when they take the stage to accept their awards. i have tips. don't be drunk or be on xanax if you get the award. two, don't ever soefrb stay your welcome. it bores the audience. and don't thank every person you ever know. eric, do aio have suggestions. >> i was watching kimberly. >> really bad. >> keep it short. when the music comes on, get the heck off the stage, will you, please? >> you know what i hate? when people get to the microphone and go, oh, my god, i'm so not prepared. how could you not be prepared? if my name were called, i could say i was not prepared because i'm not a nominee. they should be ready to go. >> they have enough money to have somebody help them. >> what would you say? >> first of all, i have to tell
you in the break, bob beckel asked me and i swear to god, he asked me, what is 12 years a slave about? >> i thought it was -- >> being a slave for 12 years. >> i thought it was trafficking young women. >> about a woman lost in space, bob? >> really? >> no, that's gravity. >> i have no advice. i just started eating popcorn. >> you don't have advice? >> there's a weird vibe to the oscars. >> where did we get this popcorn? it's so awesome. >> you have been up there before? >> yeah, right. >> what i would suggest, you have to be prepared and keep it short and simple. be gracious and move on. because otherwise, you hear the music and you have embarrassed your whole family. >> no one cares about your agent, your brother. >> they do. >> let's take a look at the kids. they re-enacted the oscar ceremony. let's take a look at this.
>> the top priority is to make us money. >> how do i do that? >> you have anything fun? >> sure. >> i apologize. i have been away for 12 years. >> that's okay. we're glad you're back. >> it is comfortable sharing with kids. >> i'm scanning all of you. >> so great. >> everybody give me a guess who you think is going to get the best picture award. eric? >> i think "dallas buyer's club was one of the best." "gravity was one of the worst. >> i saw "dallas buyer's club", where i liked it. whatever you do, if you try this weekend to catch up on the
movies, do not watch american hustle, do not waste your time. it's like they were playing dress-up. any good movie if you take out bradley cooper should be good without celebrities in it. it was a terrible theme. like a high school play. >> greg, you get a pass on your jokes. pick one. >> i think tim's premier should have been nominated. it's an action film about painting, there you go, that was directed by teller from penn and teller. >> how about in the best picture? >> 12 years a slave, i have a feeling. >> do you really? >> i don't like really any of them. >> blue jasmine is terrible. >> you thought so? i loved cate blanchett. >> are you done? >> yes. >> i'm rooting for wolf of wall street. >> okay. it was a great movie. one of the first movies i have seen since seabiscuit. "one more thing" is up next.
dear friend eric bolling's birthday. happy birthday to you, buddy. >> happy birthday. >> happy birthday. >> make a wish and blow out the candle. >> deidyou think we were going to forget? >> i was hoping you would. >> give a comment. >> it hete better be low in gluten. >> greg, you're up. >> 18 days until the book comes out and it was already last night number one and number two in the amazon political humor. >> how are you one and two? >> only for like ten minutes. so for more info on this book, you can meet me at the book store. go to ggutfeld, and i'm be there. >> i'm going right now. show the video. this is really cute. the let's move thing from the first lady and a little bit of biden and a little bit of obama. watch them get their jog athon
on. they're feeling it. >> this isn't right. >> hard to keep up with. >> after a good workout, got to drink up. >> all right. >> cute. i like their stretching it out. >> nerdy as heck. >> very boogie nights. people wonder why we're nervous about the situation on the global front. i know it's happy hour right now, but before you leave this weekend, make sure to check your restaurant billsclosely, because a florida restaurant has started to charge a surcharge for obamacare. >> you're kidding? >> no, this is outrageous. the gator group in florida is putting a surcharge in advance of what it estimates to be $500,000 a year in an increase in costs from obamacare. a los angeles restaurant has done the same. make sure to check your bills
for that obamacare surcharge, because that is insane. >> we found that. >> yeah. >> want to hear something quirky? my "one more thing," talking about obama balancing entitlement spending on the backs of the military, and the surcharge. the restaurant surcharging for obamacare on your bill. out of control. it's crazy. >> did you take a bite? it's good luck. >> trending five weeks in a row. let's do it one more time tomorrow morning, 11:30. >> it's a cupcake. >> i know. >> thank you so much. >> happy birthday. >> are you going to eat it? >> you keep looking better and more tan. way to go. >> thanks. >> i got a present for you. it's a coupon for a place i want you to go to. >> can someone call in a hazmat team for the mess bob has made. >> do your thing. >> give your book to eric for his birthday. >> we have to go. don't forget to set your dvr to
never miss an episode. "special go to facebook.com/thekellyfile. this is "the kelly file." and welcome to this special edition of "hannity" tonight. for the full hour we'll be joined by a lively studio audience, they're here to analyze what we call the obama effect, how this country's policies have brought the country to a tipping point. now, we begin with professor jonathan turley who said it best on his comments. >> the president has exceeded his authority in a way that is creating a destabilizing influence. the rate at which the executive power is being concentrated in our system is accelerating. and