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good night from washington, d.c. tomorrow night, don't forget wednesday night, down hall with governor john kasich. a whole hour. you want to see that see you tomorrow night at 6 central. "the o'reilly factor" is on, tonight: >> i was asked by a group of children to what to do if they were offered drugs and i answered just say no. >> nancy reagan, a very powerful first lady dies at age 94. charles krauthammer has some thoughts. >> he talks about these great businesses that he has built. he inherited over $100 million. >> wrong. >> with that money he lost -- >> -- wrong. >> what did the folks think about all the bickering inside the republican party? tonight, we'll have a special report. you sound off. with extra terrestrials? >> i have ha lifetime, yes. >> was it a scary experience. >> not at all. in fact i call it the pajama
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party. >> also ahead, watters taking on space invaders. >> going to the moon. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the now. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watch us tonight. factor viewers and the republican race. that isf subject of this evening's talking points memo. so, i spent hours this weekend reading your emails about last thursday's debate. hundreds of them. could have been thousands of them. and my interviews with the candidates afterward in detroit. opinions all over the place, which makes things very interesting. talking points values perspective from you. so this is a good time to analyze that. we begin with dennis drar who lives in canada. the three debate moderators claim to want to hear about policy but then instigate a hatchet job. do you agree?
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i do not agree. all four candidates were asked legitimate questions about policy and their political history. inconsistencies on the par of the candidates about their policy records are, of course, fair game. how the candidates answer the questions is not up to the moderators, it's certainly instructive to see how these people, who are seeking power, handle themselves under pressure. sometimes what looks to be out of control is actually giving you some insight. i saw no sign of any hatchet, at the debate. max, simi valley, california. i'm 9 years old and if i talk the way those men at the debate did my mom would ground me. politics is a rough business, max, i agree maybe they should be grounded. some of it exacting though. remember chris christie criticizing donald trump earlier in the campaign and visa versa? now they are pals. i'm glad you are paying attention to your country. angie sims, chicago. we are disappointed because you prom missed you would tell us who won the debate
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we stayed up late. at the beginning of the kasich interview i stated to the governor that he had the best policy argument so that was my pick. his problem-solving rhetoric was superior in my opinion. mike porter, flat rock, michigan i see a concerted effort by fox news to eliminate the republican frontrunner. the post debate interviews by o'reilly appear to be a set-up, standing up next to trump so o'reilly could appear taller than he is and sitting down with the rest of the candidates. simply matter of logistics. we opened the factor on stage because our set was up in the balcony. it would have taken trump too much time to get up there. during the first commercial break the other guys had the time to make the trek as i did. let's address the more important question here. political pair know a makes no difference whether an interview is quicked sitting orstanding. what is said more important. anti-set up because i'm
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taller than is he fantasy that fnc seeks to manipulate viewers it doesn't. your interview with trump is excellent serious journalism. you should go back to being a report and forget about commentary. >> i never let being a reporter. my what is happened cause and fact. that's what i you bring. it's based on my decades of reporting experience. randy, could you pleaseville, washington. everybody knows why kasich hasn't had the attention of fox news and other media you and others want a circus to entertain the masses it's all about ratings. don't need a circus to get ratings is the murder of kate steinle a sir is can you say? how about the rise of isis? tv news does give air time to the sensational but not exclusively. governor kasich has chosen to run a retail campaign where he meets as many folks as possible outlining his experience and accomplishments. we have reported and annualized that we can't do it over and over and over.
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now, a guy like trump says something new and provocative nearly every day. obv)wum1ebuz is going to get more coverage. we are in the news business. accent on the word new. tim carroll, prospect, connecticut. i don't care what they say about trump, he has never lied to me. the republican establishment has. and that is the corner stone of trump's support. that his point of view echos that of americans fed up with phony politicians who fold on major issues. also, that he rejects political correctness, which is battered the nation and suppressioned opposing points of view. there is is a powerful anger directed at the politics as usual crowd and mr. trump has harnessed that anger into votes. it has been a brilliant strategy. he had zolarski, newport, richie, florida. i saw you debating trump after the debate. it was negative. michelle, wisconsin.
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o'reilly, it pains me to say it but your fawning interview with trump after the debate was cringe-worthy. now, i get opposite assessments every time i interview any politician. i baited trump. i off and oned over trump. can't be both. but here's the danger. increasingly in america folks are hearing what they want to hear. not what's actually being said. we live in a time where you can create your own world by using high tech gizmos, outside of making a living, society no longer demands rationality on your part. you have to perform in the work place, and at school, or else you live in poverty. but, in your private life, you can create any scenario you want. and lose complete touch with what is actually taking place. that new wave of behavior is sweeping over the politicaluu process and seekers are harnessing emotion to achieve success. the kind of presentation has become the rule rather than
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the exception. power can be a very dangerous thing. americans should think long and hard before bestowing it on anyone. it is my job to keep it all real and fair. i believe i am doing moo -- my job. that's the memo. reaction. joining us from washington, charles krauthammer. so the folks, how do you think they are process ising the republican brawl? >> well, i think people do tend to narrow cast and decide what they want to hear. that is true. but, one of the virtues of a national debate on national television is thatgp/2ñ at least for two hours we are all hearing the same thing. we can filter it differently. we are all hearing the same thing. i think we may be at some kind of turning point here. number one, that was the least elegant, that's a soft way to put it, that was the lowest point of political discourse that we have experienced for several
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decades and that's sort of obvious to everyone. the throwing of the insults and the references and all that but the other point is i think we're at a point in this campaign, six months, seven months, in where ordnance is being dropped on trump in a way that hasn't. for about five months he got a free ride. not because anybody was acting screen venally but because candidates saw it in their interest not to attack the frontrunner are but to attack each other as a bay to get into the so-called establishment lane and end up one on one. it was obvious if they had continue ited that way, trump was going to win, so the last two debates have been all out assaults on trump. that's where the negative information, the kind of opposition research that you would normally get in a campaign in the early months finally came out. and the question is, and
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this has to do, for example, with trump university has to do with importing of illegal the importing of foreign workers at trump's golf resort. and even the flip-flops, we saw how he changed his position on h 1 b, highly skilled immigrants. the visas he flipped on stage and then afterwards statement. so all of these questions about trump are emerging. and the only question that i think is the paramount one right now is it going to make a difference. and there is some evidence that perhaps it does. not on those who decided for trump weeks ago, if you look at the louisiana primary results, those who voted early, overwhelmingly were pro-trump. but the interesting result was the late deciders, the ones who voted late decided a little, split evenly between trump and cruz.
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that's the question. does this new information that you saw from rubio and cruz and to some extent the media on trump, the bringing up of oppositionq5 research, that's a new element in this campaign and what effect is it going to have? that is unknown. >> what the is responsibility of the press to be fair to trump? because obviously they're coming after him. i said that if trump gets the nomination, it will be the bloodiest fight between a candidate in the media forget about the democrat. that has ever been in the history of this thing. my response has been to defend trump to what point or your responsibility or anybody? some of the charges leveled against him are grossly unfair, are they not? >> well, you make your judgment. which charges are fair, which aren't. and you can decide to air that, to talk about it if you want. perfectly legitimate. you do that not just for trump. you do it for any candidate. >> yeah, for all of them. i do think that although the
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media are in a sense independent. they do have their own prejudice, and there their will. there is no question about that it is genuinely overwhelmly liberal and anti-conservative. >> it's personal. we hate trump. is he a racist. he is this. he is that. you know it is. >> wait a minute. trump has gotten very, very favorable and massive exposure over the last six months. the point i'm trying to make is that the media take their cue from the other candidates. if the other candidates are not attacking, ted cruz drastic. >> the other candidates aren't calling trump a racist. >> let me give you an example. >> the other candidates aren't calling trump a racist. the media is calling trump a racist. the media has broke -- all the media thought that trump was going to disintegrate and they won't have to you vulgarian. now they are portraying him as a racist nazi.
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the other candidates aren't doing that. >> there may be extreme examples in the media calling him a nazi. i haven't really seen that. >> e o, yeah. >> you can always get extreme attacks. >> "new york times" on saturday called the guy a racist and anti- -- i mean, come on. >> a guy begins his campaign by talking about mexican rapist who says is he wants to bar museums, i think he opens himself to charges of prejudice, whether you agree or not. that's certainly legitimate topic you would raise the point i'm trying to make if you get a cruz spending six months drafting behind trump, refuses to say a word against him now as of january turns, that's where the media gets their direction. >> i don't think so. >> that's where you are seeing this on slot. >> all right. we will hold charles over to talk about nancy reagan's legacy. later for the first time in two years, hillary clinton shows up on the fox news channel, along with bernie
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no other nasal allergy spray can say that. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide. flonase changes everything. continuing now with charles krauthammer who is in washington this evening. nancy reagan has passed. funeral will be in california friday morning. what's her legacy to you, charles? >> well, i think for one thing, she was a model of elegance, style, and steel, all at the same time. i thought she brought a certain dignity to the office of first lady. but, behind the scenes, as everyone who knows who followed the reagan administration, she was the backbone. she was the one person he listened to in the end. in fact, it was said of reagan that he had only one friend in the world and that was nancy. we all know that in the second term she helped to engineer the firing of donald reagan as his chief of staff. she felt that he was i
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will-served by that that was one of the titanic battles. reagan denies that in "killing reagan" we have a letter that ronald reagan actually wrote said that nancy reagan didn't have anything to do with donald reagan's firing although though our research shows you are correct that she did. you know what was interesting about my research into nancy reagan. i believe she is÷ the most fascinating character in the book. even more fascinating than the president is close because she evolved into this great hero when president reagan became i will, after he left the white house. and what she did in the latter part of his life was very quiet but so stunningly noble, and i'm glad i had the opportunity to bring that to people. >> well, really it's sort of a book end effect is she has also noble and steely when he was shot. the very beginning of his presidency. >> that's for sure. >> you can imagine you spent all these years running campaigning, sacrificing. you get into office. you are ready to act.
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you are ready to do things and then he almost is killed. so i thought she showed that very early on. and then i thought her exfirst ladyship, the later years when he was in decline was truly a display of heroism. that is really hard to do. anybody who has9!s had to live with the decline, essentially you are losing your -- as the personality, it disappears. that's the story of alzheimer's. and the pain of that is sort of incalculable. and i thought she handled it with exceptional dignity. that's why i think people jad myer her so. >> she had the breast cancer situation. and became public with that as did betty ford. and she had the just say no which i thought was -- i wish they had continued that with the kids and the drugs. so i think that she is a great american patriot. who lived her life in a totally unique way and her evolution from kind of a a
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shallow person in the beginning to a true hero at the end is worth noting. last word on her. >> i think she had that same effect on her husband. he was aloft and adrift when he met her. she sort of helped put his life together. she was the force he could rely on when he became the governor of california. when he ran and lostnb in 76 when he ran again. and then through a difficult presidency starting with assassination attempt. and she was way. i think history is going to attribute quite a lot of his success and his perseverance to her influence on him. >> charles, thank you as always. we appreciate it. directly ahead, hillary clinton finally appearing on the fox news channel. it's been a long time. we will show you what happened earlier this evening. also, watters, the big ufo convention in arizona should be out of sight. up ahead. like? is it becoming a better professor by being a more adventurous student?
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campaign 2016 segment tonight. for the first time in two years, hillary clinton appeared on the fox news channel this evening in a town hall hosted by bret baier. >> i know not everybody agrees with me. i believe that healthcare is a right of all people. i believe that there is something wrong'dg,íá spending. >> excuse me, where did that right come from, in your mind. >> being a human being. being a human being. [cheers and applause] >> under roe v. wade, which is rooted in the constitution, women have this right to make this highly personal decision with their family in accordance with their faith with their doctor. it's not much of a right if it is totally limited and constrained. we have got to continue to stand up for a woman's right to make these decisions and to defend planned parenthood. >> joining us now from washington to analyze katie
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pavlich. here in new york city juan williams. did you get anything out of that? >> well, not much to be quiet honest. >> and bret did a good job. >> did he a terrific job. did i get this much. especially in mrs. clinton's case, she is already running the general election. she, i think, came across as even hawkish in terms of her comments about the use of the u.s. military in libya, making it clear she thinks that that was a good decision. she said they would beat syria if the hurst not intervened. >> did you get anything out of this, katie? >> of course, a lot more than got out of it i do agree with juan when she says talking to the electorate. actually when it comes to the issue of abortion, she was not. she was asked specifically about late term abortion and there was ancredible pool that came out in showing it was a marist poll. 80% of americans, including 800% of women think that late term abortion should be banned. if hillary clinton is really talking to the electorate on that issue, you would think politically she was looking at these numbers and
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softening her tone in terms of her extremist view on abortion. of course, the other thing -- >> -- katie, h:#wyq on a second, if you look at polls across the country, it's overwhelming support for planned parenthood among the american people. there is no question. >> but there is a difference between late term abortion and support for planned parenthood which by the way planned parenthood does late term abortions in order to sell baby parts. that's a whole other story. >> this is exactly where i think republicans go off the rails. the people who tried to argue that planned parenthood was selling baby parts, they got indicted in texas in a red state for violating people's rights and for making up stuff. >> it didn't have anything to do with selling baby body parts which was established. >> it did not. >> and i would add to the two of you that -- wait, wait. donald trump, donald trump says poodz does good stuff, even. >> been criticized for by conservatives. >> fine, but i'm saying that your leading republican candidate. >> on the other issue, bill. i think it's very important that we talk about hillary clinton being asked
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seriously about her emails. where she once again tripled down on this idea that she somehow never sent classified information that's her defense. which is completely false. the state department has now found more than 2,000 emails that werebá classified on the server. not to mention the 104 that she actually wrote and her hold water for two reasons. first, there is email evidence showing hillary clinton telling a top aid to scrape document of its classified marking before sending it through on secure servers. and the second is that a lot of information that the secretary of state talks birth is classified. it doesn't hold any water. >> let me jump in here. i know it's the katie juan show. number one, she didn't talk about any of that in the town hall. you did. you just extrapolated your view of the case and gave it to the folks, which is fine. i'm going to tell you what, we had an hour on the fox
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news channel. and here is what i got out of it, all right? bernie sanders, abortion, he doesn't care, any time, any place. two seconds before birth. it's okay with bernie. all right. but bernie wants healthcare for everybody. apparently that doesn't mean he wants healthcare for somebody about to be born in five minutes. i don't get that i would have followed up on that. hillary clinton did play to the extreme abortion lobby somewhat. she just said well, maybe, if there were -- it was late term i wouldn't really jump in that fast but, it's always the but. that was it that was basically it it was all rehearsed canned stuff. i have got to run. >> the idea on fox tremendous. >> fox, they were there. katie, juan, thanks. as the factor moves along this evening, republican party versus donald trump, things are getting even more intense. if you can believe it. we'll talk with mike huckabee and governor jindal abouttt that. then, watters at the big ufo convention.
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immigration is n. america in 1970, there were about 13. a million immigrants living in the u.s.a. some of them illegally 1970. last year, that number skyrocket to do 61 million immigrants, including 61 million illegals and their american born children. come on. now, illegal immigration has been a corner stone of the donald trump campaign and he has used the issue somewhat effectively. joining us now from boca rotan, florida, brit hume. immigrants now in this country dry make up to close to 20% of the entire population. how do you see this as the political issue? >> well, it's one of the most puzzling things about this election season so far, bill, is that donald trump having done as well as he has done with the emphasis he has placed on the issue of illegal immigration, you would think he that that issue, immigration broadly speaking would be very high on voters' ageneral does. but the exit polling so far where republican voters have been asked about four issues, immigration being the first one and the first
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one listed in the polling. second is the economy and jobs. third is terrorism and fourth is government spending, immigration comes in last in every single state so far. i mean, in texas, where you think it would be huge because of there being on the border there, it came in fourth there and like 10%. so, maybe people, you know, look at trump and they see his strength of his positions on immigration or]ñ illegal immigration anyway and they decide that he will be strong on other things and it helps anymore a way that's hard to figure from the polls. but it is a puzzle. >> here is what i think has happened. because i did the first interview with trump when he announced that he was running for president back in june 2015 he got a lot of attention with the wall thing. he got a really lot of attention with that then he said some harsh things about mexicans coming into the united states causing crime and he built up fast a base.
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all right. and then he expanded the base into national security and he is going to stop muslims from coming here temporarily and built like this. and he did it all!0y on emotion. and that's why when these stats come out and americans see the incredible rise in immigrants in this country from 1970 to 2015, it resonates because people are nativist. they don't want the immigrant here. that may be true but his whole emphasis has been on illegal immigration. 13 million to 61 million. nearly 61 million people has mostly been illegal immigrants. if you look at the numbers and take into account the fact that5&"o about a million children of illegal immigrants who are legal by virtuerñ of being born here you are down to 10 to 11 illegal immigrants out of 61.
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i'm sorry? >> don't you think that some people equate both illegal and legal immigrants when they see their towns changing and they see the work place changing and a the competition level different? don't you think they equate it all together? >> i think that may be. so but, the fact is though that what trump is talking about though is illegal immigration. in fact, he has said, especially recently that we need more legal immigrants of certain kinds to, you know, provide the jobs for certain sectors of the economy. so as i say, you may be -- your theory about how he has used immigration to build an image may well be correct it's as good a theory i have heard. the polling and numbers don't quite show it. >> when you stack it up whether i'm going to have a decent income and whether isis is going to cut my head off, it isn't. when you stack it up to emotional appeal. >> the question aren't quite framed that way. >> that's what everybody is
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talking about. that's what everybody fears the terrorists are going to kill them and they aren't going to have a good job. that's one too. i believe trump has very shrewdly used the whole immigration deal with emphasis on illegal as you pointed out to build a very solid emotional base. were last word? >> and i do think that one thing we know about the trump base is that so far it has been pretty solid. >> you bet. >> it's not a majority but it seems unshakeable. and, you know, you look at what's happened, you know, you people gain on him in the end but a lot of people, the base you are talking about, a lot of people have made up their minds and you look at the effect of early voting, and it helps trump, i think, nearly everywhere. >> yep, that's true. all right, brit, thanks as always. when we come right back. more problems for the republican party centering on donald trump. then, watters, with the ufo people. factor is coming right back.
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spending big money to defeat donald trump. tv ads in florida and ohio will pound the businessman leading up to the votes in those states a week from tomorrow. joining us from baton rouge, the former governor of louisiana, bobby jindal. and from santa rosa beach, florida, mike huckabee. both men were presidential candidates, as you know. governor huckabee, begin with you. do you expect the anti-trump ads in florida where you are to be effective? >> i think they will have some effect because some people wouldn't use negative ads if they didn't have an impact. but i don't think they're going to derail donald trump because the people who are supporting him don't really care what donald trump is saying. they're so angry at the republican establishment and the amazing thing is the establishment still doesn't get it. this is about them. bill, we are seeing nothing short of an overthrow of our government by people who feel like that their government has punched them in the gut and they look at the government as if they're the louie the 14th and marie antoinette. >> i think that analysis is accurate. the question becomes is
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there enough of those people to have him get -- take the white house? now, in louisiana, over thev weekend, trump won governor jindal, but not by a lot. and there was a late surge against him; is that correct? >> that is correct, bill. i think you saw that in other states as well. the late deciding voters are going against trump. i agree with, mike. i think the voters are angry not only at president obama but the republican establishment as well with. what i hope they will do is channel that anger and elect a true conservative. what i worry about is that the most important decision the next president is going to make is who do they replace justice scalia with? i don't have any confidence tgb2ñ our president trump would select somebody who would respect first amendment religious liberty rights and second amendment rights. we don't know who he would aappoint. judge judy, judge whopner, a divorce attorney, bankruptcy attorney? hopefully they will channel that anger and vote for a true conservative. >> the next time i talk to trump which may not be ever
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he is mad at me now and ask him who he thinks would be a good supreme court justice because i think that's a good question. last poll has trump at 38 and rubio 30 which is fairly close. aired an ad today in florida which is a 30-second ad which shows trump cursing 10 times in the ad. clearly aimed at elderly voters in florida that he is a vulgarian. effective ad going after him? this isn't a rubio ad. this is an tri trump pac ad. >> in this election, it probably isn't because what he is saying is what a lot of those voters are saying. >> they are saying the same words. >> they are saying, yes, they are, bill. i'm surprised at how many people i see even at church and, look, they understand donald trump is probably not sitting on the front pew of their church on sunday. they don't expect him to understand there is a difference between ii
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corinthians and 2 corinthians. they don't care. they want a disruptive election. they are sick and tired of being taken for granted. this is not a horizontal election where people vote. >> in your opinion, is that good for the country a disruptive election? >> if it disrupts the4 donor class from political class then yes it is. >> even if he loses the general? >> see, i think that's totally a little bit false to say that he will lose the general. he is bringing people who will vote for him. >> he has to convince about 30 million people to vote for him. hillary has deficits, too. in the general election, governor jindal, all right, hillary, she is going to get it, unless she is indicted. donald trump what kind of a race do you see? >> well, bill, first of all, look, i think we should be nominating the conservative. >> we have to go with the reality now it could happen. cruz could surge. answer my question if you
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would. hillary?axñ trump? >> well, look, i'm supporting marco rubio. hillary or trump, i'm obviously supporting the republican nominee. i hope that it's a real conservative. i think hillary is a flawed candidate. i think we can't afford four more years of the current path we are on with more deficits. more dependence on government. weakened foreign policy. the only thing hillary clinton has ever won is barack obama's failed foreign policy. she will have to answer for that in a general election. we will have to answer for benghazi. she will have to answer for the email scandals. i don't think she is electable. i think she is a very weak candidate. we have a once in a lifetime opportunity to elect a real conservative. i don't think that's donald trump. obviously i will be supporting the republican nominee. >> watters on deck. heal take us to the big ufo convention. i have final thoughts on nancy reagan moments away.
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back of the book segment tonight, watters world, ufo edition. sharon scott, scottsdale, arizona, 25th annual ufo conference was held. who better to assess it than waters? >> how'd you guys meet? >> we've known each other for a while. >> oh, okay. ufo convention. what's the scene out like here? >> a bunch of awesome, crazy people, just having a blast. >> reporter: have you had experiences with extra t terrestrials? >> a lifetime, yes. >> reporter: tell me what happened. >> in 2007 i was in my bedroom, i was surrounded by lights and
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it went on about an hour. >> reporter: what were you wearing? something comfortable. was it a scary experience? >> no, not at all. i call it a pajama party because it was really a lot of fun. >> holy mackerel. >> i saw an e.t., a classic e.t. and it scared the crap out of me. [ screaming ] >> reporter: were they like oompa loompas? ♪ oompa loompa >> i was hit by a blast of energy and was hit unintentionally, i think they took me aboard to revive me. >> poor thing. >> these three creatures were standing over me. the minute i saw them, i flipped out. >> hey, old man, you're all right. >> my name is daniel teague, i am, quote, a remote energy healer. >> reporter: can you heal my negative energy? >> i know i'm going to get a big bang out of this one. >> give me your first name. >> jesse. >> i'm kind of a big deal.
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>> you're going to close your eyes. >> all right. >> you can open your eyes. >> reporter: i had two tingles in my right peck. >> wow, he went funny in the head. >> i've actually been abducted to the moon. >> reporter: the moon? >> you're going to the moon! >> everything was silvery, metallic, super bright. >> plenty of people in their right minds thought they saw things that didn't exist like flying saucers. >> reporter: you're not married? >> not anymore, no. >> yeah, gotcha. >> reporter: what do you think the e.t.'s agenda was? >> when i was strapped down on there, one of the little grays came and strat ddled me. they were taking tissue samples down in that region. >> excuse me? >> okay. this is where it gets really weird. >> you've got to believe me. >> a mantis comes in and gets right in my face and just looks at me as he's writing down
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things on a file. >> reporter: i've seen aliens before. >> have you? >> reporter: when i watch msnbc. >> right, i know. >> i am going to be sick! >> reporter: who are you voting for in the presidential election? >> trump. >> donald trump all the way. >> reporter: who are you favoring? >> trump. trump. >> i love the poorly educated. >> he needs to win in order for this country to be saved. >> reporter: who are you going to vote for for president? bernie sanders [ screaming ] i think the aliens want hillary. >> yeah. >> reporter: that's why they sent james carville down to earth. >> yeah. >> why can't we all just get along? >> reporter: anything you want to tell bill? >> bill, i love you. i love you so much. you're amazing. >> reporter: and just remember, i'm watters and this is my world. >> and this is katie's world. >> he's watters.
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i could be wrong, but it seemed you might have been making fun of these people. >> me? no. i'm a believer. >> you are? >> i think aliens sent me down to earth to test human intelligence. >> to do "watters' world." >> yeah. not going well. >> pretty good theory. >> i think a lot of these people are amusing themselves by making these stories up. would i be off limits? >> i don't think they're making them up. i think they believe that they actually experienced it. >> so the younger girl who seemed to be lucid, believe she was taken to the moon where a praying mantis took her temperature. >> she's a huge fan of yours, bill. >> i know that. i know that. >> don't insult her. she's a viewer. >> i'm happy and i hope the mantis is watching as well, but -- >> yes. >> -- you know -- >> yes? >> it's the moon. >> to the moon. >> to the moon. she was taken there. >> she wases, like, the second kne neil armstrong. >> one small step for mantis.
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"factor" tip of the day about nancy reagan in a moment. first, "factor" notes. we'll not be seen tomorrow night because of election coverage. we'll be back on wednesday with information about brand new who wants to be president shows. we'll see everybody in los angeles this coming saturday at the microsoft theater. going to be a blast. may 7th in fairfax, virginia. we will announce six, six more shows on wednesday including one in london england. tales on billo' now the mail. joan, midway utah. loved your change of persona in detroit moving around with a microphone in your hand. are you really that much taller than trump? i'm about two inches taller than the candidate, joan. paul, cape may, new jersey. my distrust of the media was
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cemented when president reagan was disparaged by people like ted koppel, eight years the media slammed him. david, ft. lauderdale, florida, ted koppel's way, use reporting to tell people what to think. bill o'reilly's way, pride guests into showing their true colors. here's my take, i worked at abc news while ted koppel reigned. culture at abc was liberal, not oppressively so like the rather years at cbs. i have no trouble with ted or along with peter jennings, taught me a lot. bill, beautiful tribute to george kennedy. his heroic effort on behalf of his child is to be admired and emulated. did you know he went to chaminade high school like you did? i did not know until last week. tim, we're in the process of adopting our 4-year-old grandson after our daughter passed.
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his father nowhere to be found. my wife and i admire what george kennedy did. now you're doing the same thing. you're with the angels. i read all the "killing" books but "killing jesus" was the best i read, period. as a nonreligious jew, tiit was informant and brilliant. right now on billo', all of my books are 25% off. sign up or reup for premium membership, you can get a free book. great deal. timely tonight the "factor" tip of the day, as some of you may know, i dedicated my book "killing reagan" to all of you who care for the elderly both inside and outside the home. i said you are noble. now, i did this because of nancy reagan who emerges as a real hero in the book as we discussed with charles krauthammer because of her incredible loyalty to her husband, president reagan. the end of his life, nancy's devotion, and that's what it
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was, was almost indescribable. i had trouble finding the words in the pen to put on the page. as mr. reagan was consumed by alzheimer's. very important that all of us care for the elderly in this count country, and there is no better role model than nance y reagan. i'm glad i could research and write that story. it's very important that you know it. "factor" tip of the day. and that it is for us tonight. please check out the fox news "factor" website different from billo' spout off about "the factor" anywhere from the world, o' word of the day, i love word, do not be pyrotic when writing to "the factor." pyrotic. tell somebody not to be pyrotic and you'll maybe get slapped. again, thanks for watching us tonight. miss megyn warming up. i'm bill o'reilly.
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please remember the spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight after a big weekend on the campaign trail, the republican presidential race may be even more up in the air than ever before. entering what could be the most crucial week on the road to the white house. welcome to "the kelly file "", everyone, i'm megyn kelly. donald trump and ted cruz splitting the states with two wins a piece. marco rubio a win in puerto rico. when all was said and done, ted cruz proved to be the biggest winning gaining the most delegates overall and comes as we enter a key eight-day stretch in this campaign. starting tomorrow when four states hold contests with 150 delegates at stake, there will be a few smaller races in the