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live twitter voting results on your screen. will speaker boehner's comments about senator cruz help or hurt senator cruz. 74% say hurt. 26% say help. don't forget to vote on twitter every night go to >> "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> do you understand why some people find that to be kind of a demeaning comment? >> no. i find it to be a true comment. i think the only thing she's got going is the fact that she is a woman. >> donald trump setting his sights on hillary clinton and discussing heavy duty foreign policy. we will talk with mr. trump tonight. >> i hope the people of san francisco are finally starting to understand what has been created here by a very small group of lunatic politicians. >> folks who live in san francisco under siege from criminals all over the city. we have a factor investigation. >> also tonight, watters on the strangest websites we have ever seen. and gutfeld and mcguirk on young americans rejecting
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capitalism. >> oh, -- >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. donald trump warming up. we will talk to him about foreign policy and the woman issue. first, the talking points memo. more bad news for the american economy. talking points believes the main issue in the upcoming presidential race will be who americans trust more to create good paying jobs. on tuesday, bill clinton defined the issue pretty well. >> the problem is 80% of the american people are still living off what they were living on the day before the crash. and about half the american people, after you adjust for inflation, are living on what they were living on the last day i was president. 15 years ago.
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so that's what's the matter. >> no argument. under president obama, earnings power has not improved. democrats say the president is creating jobs and the president himself puts forth this assessment of the economy. >> after 8 years, what would you say you want your legacy to be. >> saving the world economy from a great depression. that was pretty good. >> okay. that's a subjective comment about a great depression. but, what about improving the economy in seven and a half years, mr. president? well, today, the commerce department announced that the u.s. gross domestic product grew at a paul tri 0.5% in the quarter of this year. worst in two years. i don't want to bore you with all the economic stuff the truth is, america, the most powerful economic engine is off track. simply put, workers are not earning what they should earn. yes, the private sector has added jobs for 73 consecutive months.
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however, the median income remains just about the same as it was when mr. obama took office. no progress in nearly eight years. until addition, the president has added nearly $9 trillion to the federal debt. he has increased it a whopping 81%. added more to the debt than any other president in history. and much of that was to stimulae economy. memo to bernie sanders and hillary clinton, the government cannot stimulate the economy, at least in any meaningful way. the private sector must do that by investing, developing new services and products, and hiring more workers in order to make more profit. does everybody understand that? the big government folks like president obama and senator sanders are wrong. and we, the people, are paying the price. summing up, the economy will be the biggest issue in this year's presidential election. the folks need better paying jobs. and that's the memo. now for the top story
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tonight. donald trump giving a big foreign policy address yesterday in washington. he joins us now from evansville, indiana. first of all, you did not mention afghanistan in the address. we have got about 10,000 troops there right now. the place is still in chaos after 13 years. what exactly will you do about afghanistan? >> i would stay in afghanistan. it's probably the one place we should have gone in the middle east because it's adjacent and right next to pakistan which has nuclear weapons. so i think you have to stay and do the best you can, not that it's ever going to be great but i don't think we have much of a choice. that's one place, frankly, instead of going to iraq we probably should have gone there first. i would say in afghanistan and only, again, because of its location next to pakistan. >> all right. so you would keep the 10,000 troops there. and fight a war of attrition against the taliban? >> i hate doing it, i hate doing it so much. but, again, you have nuclear weapons in pakistan so i would do it. >> pakistan is no friend to
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the u.s.a. in fact, the guy who helped us, the doctor who helped us the pakistani get bin laden, they put him in prison. do you think you could get that doctor out? >> yes, i do. i think i would get him out in two minutes. i would tell them let them out and i'm sure they would let them out. we give a lot of aid and money to pakistan. frankly, they will do -- they don't have any respect for our president. but when you say they take advantage or they are no friend. nobody is a friend to us. they just take us like a bunch of suckers, bill. that's what my speech was about to a certain extent. it was also economic in terms of economic, relative to aid and the military. but pakistan certainly takes advantage like everybody else. nobody is different. >> we talked about isis way back in june when you were just launching your campaign. and you said last night the same thing you told me then that you are not going to tell isis how you are going to defeat them. okay. >> well, i did say, bill, i must be honest, i have been saying for a long time i would rather be
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unpredictable. you know, we are so predictable. we are sending troops. be there but in all fairness. i don't want to say about the oil. i've the one that's been saying it, i didn't want to say take the oil. bomb the oil. we never did it and not doing it in libya people that don't know what they're doing. but, you in know i have been saying the oil. i didn't want to say that either. i would like to get them by surprise. in our country with the system that we have, eventually you have to start saying what you would do. the problem is when you say that you are giving them a lot of ideas. >> but there is an implication to your policy and if i'm wrong in the implication, you need to tell me. for libya, example, when you say that i say if you are elected president, then you are going to send in american bombers and bomb useless to isis. would i be wrong in thinking that as a voter? >> maybe a little bit wrong.
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i try and take the oil fields but i will say i know exxon mobile. i know many of the great oil companies. they can get in there. it's amazing how quickly they can get that stuff. people private companies, you would have to send in american ground troops which i think you have to do anyway. >> zeal to bomb and we may have to do something but we have to bomb and have to get people in the region or we have to bomb and just keep the oil. i have been saying keep the oil for years. >> in order to get the oil, you have to defeat the guys on the ground who are now running the oil fields. >> that is correct. >> that's going to require american special forces, paratroopers, airborne, all of that to go in. and beat these guys on the ground. so, again, implication, i'm thinking you are saying you are going to send in ground troops to defeat isis in syria and libya, no? >> bill, or we are going to use our so-called allies. we don't have such great allies between us, okay? >> i know that. >> and the rest of the world. in theory, they are always
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saying we will use our allies. our allies we give them all the equipment and beautiful humvees and rifles and everything else. first shot fired in the air and they start running. that's our allies. we will have to do something. at least with oil we have something tangible. we should have never gone to iraq. >> but when we got out we should have kept the oil. i have said that for years. >> it sounds to me like a president trump would use ground troops to some extent to, a, seize oil from isis and, b, kill them. >> well, two things. number one, i want the oil. number two, i would send as few in as possible. and i would try and use other people if possible, except they just don't seem to have the capability. they don't seem to have the capability. >> you have to send u.s. people in with them. you know, there is only 6,000 active fighters. >> we have got to get the oil. we have got to get the oil. that's their source of wealth. they also have a lot of wealth through the banking
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channels. people don't even know about it but they are. but the oil is the main thing. >> okay. got to cut off the oil and we have got to keep the oil. not give it right back to them. we have got to keep the oil. >> putin, you are on record saying you believe you can convince him to be a friend of america. obviously is he expanding. >> no, i'm not saying that i am saying that i think i would possibly have a good relationship. i don't know. he said some really nice things. he called me a genius. he said trump's a genius. okay. that's nice. that's not going to persuade me one way or the other. people on the debate stage get him to disavow that why would i do that? he has been very nice to me. let me just tell you. i have no idea, bill. maybe we will, maybe we won't. if we can make a great deal for our country and get along with russia, that would be a tremendous thing. >> so you try it. >> i would certainly try. >> do you have a stick in case putin is unreasonable which he is known to be? do you have a stick? >> we always have a stick. we have the economy. we have certain things that
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are advantages. >> all right. all we have to do is cut off american banking credit cards and he is done. >> okay. china. >> bill, including with china we have tremendous power with china because they suck our money out. they suck our jobs out. we have rebuilt china. you look at the bridges, the roads, the train systems, the airports they have. it's like we are now a third world country. they took that and much of it came out of our country. >> but here's the deal. if you tee the chinese off by a trade war or slapping tariffs on their products coming in here, they will be less incline to do help with you north korea and that was one of the things you mentioned in your policy address that you are going to mobilize china. >> they don't help us now. >> how are you ever going to get china to help us neutralize north korea if you saber rattle in the trade area? >> by telling them if you don't help us, it's going to be over. we're just not gl g. >> you are going to threaten them?
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>> it's not a threat. it's a fact. we have a trade deficit of $505 billion a year with china. they are just ripping us, left and right. and on top of it, they won't help us with north korea because who wants to get into that fight. they won't help us. they can solve that north korea, believe it or not is concerned with china. okay. they are truly concerned with china. >> sure, we know that. >> china has power over north korea. north korea could solve that problem in one day, in one meeting. probably in one phone call. north korea is -- should behave and china can make them behave. china doesn't do it because they are tweaking us. they have no respect for president obama and they have no respect for our country. and, yet, we are the ones that really we created china, economically they took our money and our jobs. we owe them right now $1.8 trillion. >> yep. >> okay. so they take our jobs. >> >> they are holding our bonds. >> we owe them money so we have a lot of power, we don't know how to use it we don't know v. a president who knows how to deal.
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and she is playing that card like i have never seen anybody play it before. >> now, do you think miss guthrie was offended by your statement about hillary clinton? >> it doesn't really matter to me. i mean, she is perfectly nice but i don't really care. she is -- it's a fact. she is playing the woman card and it's the only thing she has got going. that's it. she is playing as much as she can. if you raise your voice, it's like oh, look what he is saying; look at the way he talks. she raises her voice much more than i raise mine, believe me. >> what about this sexism thing? i don't know what it is. any time i say or criticize a woman i'm accused of being a sexist. any time i criticize the african-american community in any way or that i'm a racist. if i criticize illegal immigrants, then i'm anti-poor and anti-hispanic, i think that's going to be a major team correct directed against you, any time you
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criticize hillary clinton you are a sexist. are you ready for that? >> no. i don't think it will. and i will tell you why. she will try to play it but i'm going to bring jobs back to this country. nobody respects women more than i do by the way. you saw the other kay in new york and pennsylvania. i won all these states in landslides. i absolutely killed everybody with the women. the women came out in droves. and i won the women category. i won african-american. i won -- i won virtually every category. i won landslides. the five we just won and in new york the week before. i won with women and just about every group. in fact, every other group. >> okay. but you have got about 10 million votes. a little more than 10 million votes since the primaries begin and that's more than mitt romney had and that's why i'm not sure you know this because you watch this program, i said you are unstoppable, you are going to get the nomination. that's my opinion.íjlv but, as you know, i'm always right.
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however, you need 153 million votes more than you have. so, yeah, the republican primaries motivated g.o.p.ers have selected you, and there is no doubt about that. they have. about 153 million other americans you have to persuade them to vote for you. and if you're getting hit with sexist, racist, anti-poor, anti-hispanic, which you are going it be hit by every single day, you will have to have a shield to come back. and i'm wondering whether you have that strategy developed. >> i think in my mind i do. i haven't been focused on it yet for a different reason. i have had 17 people and 16 of which who came at me, governors and senators and very smart people. people like dr. ben carson who is a fantastic guy who endorsed me and chris christie who endorsed me. they were all coming at me. now i have two left. they are not left they're hanging by a thread. they will be gone soon and i will focus on hillary. i will win against hillary because i have a stronger military. i'm better at the military than she is. the military people are all
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voting for trump. you look at the different groups and the different subgroups, and women are going to vote for trump because they want security. they want safety. they want to have women's health issues taken care of properly. and you know that hillary is not going to be a great president. this is not going to be a woman. she has problems. i don't even know if she can run. i don't even know -- frankly, i watch you all the time and i see you talking about the email scandal. i don't know how she gets by that problem when so many people's levees have been ruined for doing much less than she did. so, on the assumption that she runs, i call her crooked hillary. she is. she is crooked hillary. and i say that i will beat her, easier than beating some of the people that i have just won. >> not you. >> i feel it. >> i know you do. >> she had the record that's terrible and she has got a lot of problems. i don't know, bill, that she is going to be able to run. and i don't think you know that either. >> nobody knows. >> she is only running pause she is being protected by the democrats.
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without that she wouldn't have a chance of running. >> i asked you this last time and i'm sure you have thought about it do you think the fbi is straight up? do you think that comey, the director, is playing politics or is he going to do an honest investigation and tell the folks what really happened? >> well, i hear fantastic -- i don't know him. i hear fantastic things, beyond fantastic with that being said, i just don't know what goes on behind the scenes. can i say i hope he is straight up. i if i if is he straight up she is not going to be able to run. i would love to run against her. i will beat her. cruz can't beat her and kasich, give me a break he is one for 44. >> you guys all say that about each other. >> take a look at the new polls. take a look at the new polls. okay, just take a look at the new polls and you will see what happens. remember, this bill, i haven't even started yet. >> god help us. [ laughter ] all right. look. we appreciate you coming on. we know how busy you are.
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out of donald trump. is he going to stay in afghanistan. he is going to use ground troops to root out isis and seize their oil. it's very aggressive foreign policy. is it not? >> it is. i think that there is a couple of things i would have said he could have done a little bit better and he should maybe add to his repertoire which is that americans have never gone to war in order to get territory or treasure. you do it because there are national security reasons for going.
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and in afghanistan. for americans to stay there for a while to help that government and to make sure it doesn't relaps back into chaos. that's a better reason than trying to get somebody's oil, for example and isis. that was that indication there i think that the national security reason for using american troops, our own national security concerns, that is a better argument for him to make. >> okay. it's the overarch of the i didn't hated, the taliban, isis. they are all fanatical muslims, they want to kill americans and westerner, you have got to neutralize them. >> you have to deny them a safe haven. >> the other thing is the women's issue. the sexism thing, don't you think this is out of control a little bit along with the racism thing? >> well, the racism thing yes, i agree, the feminism thing yes i agree, the other night donald trump said about her only getting 5% of the vote if she were a man, that struck me. i don't want to say i'm offended i thought that's going to be headline. >> that is extreme statement but that's what mr. trump
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does. >> because some women will hear that and say she only became the white house press secretary because she was a woman. people say those kind of things. i know that's not true. but that's what people hear. >> you feel that putting her in a classification that she doesn't have any other accomplishments, which she does. >> she does. >> was a bit sexist? >> it is, however. >> he would have said that about anybody, any competitor. >> later on in the interview with you i thought he recovered well in terms of that issue in talking about the issue that women care about. jobs. when he pivot to do that, that was a lot better. i will say there is a concern, he has 65% unfavorable with women. and he has got to figure out a way to either improve upon that or make her numbers worse. >> do you know why i didn't ask that question? >> why. >> because he will never cede it. foolish of me to say this group does this he will say i won women in pennsylvania. >> let me give you another statistics. republicans cannot lose women by more than double digits. >> you have to stay. >> keep it in the single digits. right now trump is at 35 and
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clinton is at 454 with women -- 54 with women. >> that's not a big gap. 5 point gap he can get it. >> he might. >> real quick, i have here the redacted judicial watch thing, which has nothing but the headline and this was an email sent by the state department to hillary clinton about the benghazi on the night of benghazi. they didn't turn it over. 30 seconds. tell me why this is important. >> drip, drip, drip. apparently there was an email request from september 2014. it just got missed. the state department saying honest mistake. judicial watch who filed the lawsuit says actually, if you would have turned over that document as you were supposed to then, then hillary clinton wouldn't have been able to delete 30,000 or more emails from her personal account because would have known about it? >> have to let the fbi handle it dana perino, everyone. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. city of san francisco being overrun by criminals. is that a surprise? we have a factor investigation. later, watters on the
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in fact, the city by the bay has the highest per capita property crime of all major u.s. cities. we asked fox news correspondent claudia cowan to take a look. >> along with cable cars and iconic landmarks, san francisco is now becoming known for homelessness. >> it's awful. it's dirty. >> tent camps and street crime. >> there is a ton of drug use out in the open. >> amy landers' car has been broken in twice this year. >> what happened the second time, this window was completely shattered there was glass everywhere. >> according to fbi data, san francisco has the highest property crime rate of the nation's top 50 cities with about half the cases being smash and grabs. police chief greg sir says it isn't that the police are turning a blind eye to the petty crime and aggressive and growing population it's a shortage of cops which he hopes to remedy by hiring 200 more by next year.
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others blame the city's politicians. legal do gooders and a city full of residents willing to accept the deterioration on the streets in the name of political correctness. >> and i hope the people of san francisco are finally starting to understand what has been created hereby by a very small group of lunatic politicians who still control a majority of that board of supervisors. it's disgraceful. >> san francisco has a long history of tolerance which has made it a magnet for the homeless and mentally i will. the tolerance has a price which more people here are starting to realize. >> if you knew how many people stopped our cops on the street and said how did it get like this? what is this? why are there people urinating on the street? >> none of san francisco's 11 board members would talk to fox news about the issue. with this one walking off before i could ask a single question. they can ignore us. but they are facing angrier voters. a recent chamber of commerce poll shows a sharp rise in
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residents who say the city is headed in the wrong direction. >> it's make me sad that that is what people are going to say about san francisco oh you have incredibly high rate of property theft and vandalism. it's what i want to be the conversation top ping when i think about this town -- topic when i think about this town. >> a town learning the hard way you reap what you sow, claudia cowan, fox news. >> joining us from san francisco angela alito a former president of the board of supervisors. pretty bleak on the crime front and you yourself have been a crime victim; is that correct? >> well, i have had my car broken in to several times, bill. but the concept that it's homeless people is absolutely absurd. there have been 4,000 break-ins this year and only 130 arrests. that's the problem. >> 4,000? 4,000 we're only in april. breaking windows. it's not jimmying locks. it's like crashing a bring through the window. >> no. let me tell you what happened with my car. with my car, my car was
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locked and then when i went back to the car it was still locked and all of the glove compartment was all over the middle of the car. these are very smart people. organized not a homeless people walking down the street. >> how did they get in? >> it doesn't have anything to do with homelessness and make poverty the criminals. >> forget about that a minute. >> let's talk about crime. >> how did the thieves get into your car? >> we are in the internet center of the world. i think they can get in the car anyway. i have no idea. >> you don't know how they got in the car. >> i was stunned because it was still locked. >> obviously 4,000 and san francisco, if people haven't been there, it's not that big of city. it's not like new york. >> no. >> it's a compact area. but now almost everybody who parks their car in there is at risk at any time for getting their car broken into. i will tell you what, you might not want to blame the homeless but certainly you know, angela, that the quality of life on the streets of your city is dismal. they are everywhere. >> oh, listen. >> urinating, defecating,
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throwing up. [ laughter ] >> shooting up. you know it? >> hey, bill. wait a minute. you are the first to know that we will always have the poor with us. >> oh, come on. >> you know that i read your book. >> this is totally out of control. >> no. the homeless situation is absolutely out of control. the lack of funding for mental health. >> funding. >> is absolutely out of control. that has nothing to do with auto burglaries. auto burglaries are literally a circle of people that come to town, leave town with the money, go to their ringleader. we need to find the ringleader. we need to have judges that enforce. >> maybe the police officers. >> uphold sentence. we need more officers. >> angela, you have a permissive atmosphere in the city. you know what happened to kate steinle. you know what the sanctuary city thing is. >> i do, i do. >> you know what the city council. >> i wrote it. >> the city council doesn't want to deal with crime. >> they have to deal with crime. >> they think it's a social problem and not a criminal problem. okay? i'm telling you, people watching tonight, they're going, you know, you guys of san francisco deserve it for electing these pinheads.
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you deserve it. >> bill, you cannot mix it with the social issue of home alsoness, you just can't. crime is crime, home alsoness is a totally different issue and it is out of control. >> don't think the drug addicts are doing it, you are crazy. >> we need to enforce the law. we need to enforce the law and we have the most beautiful city in the world. come visit us. >> you don't enforce federal law why should they enforce local law. they don't enforce law period. come on, angela, you know it's out of control. >> that's not true. >> it is out of control with the failure to arrest. we have 130 arrests when you have got 4,000. absolutely. they need to be arrested. first time or tenth time. >> you have got to feel sorry for them, angela. you have got to understand them. >> don't feel sorry i live in the most beautiful city in the world. >> i may have to come out there and run for mayor and it will get back to being the most beautiful city in the world. angela, everybody. when we come right back, gutfeld and mcguirk saying no to capitalism to younger.the
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about what kind of political philosophy they support. socialism 33%. like it, 59% do not. capitalism 42% okay with it, 51% no. to the capitalism. huh? prism 57% yes. 36% no. with us now to react bernard mcguirk and greg gutfeld. >> we used to have a thing called home ec. we used to bring teach financial literacy. in that classroom you have them bring in their parent's paycheck and you show them where every little thing goes. show them in a class where a small business operates and how heroic it is to try to make a tidy profit in this world where the government controls everything. i wrote down they need a class on supply and demand. they need to understand credit card interest. last, but not least, they
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need a course that tallies up the debt caused by noncapitallistic societies. >> they need to go to venezuela where there is no electricity now. but i think they understand capitalism. you basically work. you get money, the better you are at work or the harder you work, the more money you get and then you rise in the materialistic world. but i think these people don't care about the materialistic world. >> i think you are giving them too much credit. my nonscientific cursory observation of these so-called millennials are the most pampered ignorant biggest cry babies i have ever seen. asking a millennial about capitalism is like asking somebody in t tanzania about the nfl draft. >> that was a trumpism. >> that's right. this bernie sanders phenomenon has legitimized this free losing mentality. >> there is a sense of
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entitlement. gutfeld has. look at him and he has a sense of entitlement with his mind. >> give me another sweater. there is disconnect of where things come from. they have some of the greatest inel know investigations all around them. they could eat anything they want. come foreign minister everywhere. but they don't know where it comes from. you need classes that teach people where things come from. >> they wouldn't pay attention. >> there needs to be a class on decisions that ruin you financially. >> they wouldn't pay attention. >> yes, they would. if you tied them to a chair and shocked them, bill. if had you a giant cattle prod. >> texting about stuff that they want to pay attention to this. i have got to throw this at you. we only have a minute left. john boehner you reminded me when you walked in called ted cruz lucifer, the devil. i don't know mr. boehner at all and i know ted cruz very little but i don't think he is belzabub. it is a behind the black play. >> how ironic is it that john boehner is the color of fire calling him lucifer.
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>> sun burnt. >> look at what ted cruz is doing. i don't know about boehner. i don't know him personally, the whole ted cruz thing, this #never trump might as well -- >> -- running against trump. what do you expect him to be. >> #hillary's useful i idiots is what it is. >> if you are running against somebody in a political arena that's what you do. you don't talk about somebody behind the back. if boehner doesn't like cruz, fine. be upfront about it come on the factor and say why. don't be a sneaky little guy. i thought it was sneaky. >> bill didn't like it? >> biden great lucifer. >> ted cruz getting carly fiorina as vp running mate, that's like being a backup singer for prince right now. he is going nowhere. >> backup singer for prince. come on. there they are watters on deck going from the frying pan -- and he has some strange websites. watters in a moment.
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♪ ♪ >> ever since al gore created the internet, human beings have been wasting hours of their lives online. today, there are over 1 billion websites. the very best being bill o' >> you ever very good. >> but there are some extremely weird ones out there. here are the top five as determined by watters world. ♪ >> number five,
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cats and music. ♪ this is what the internet was created for. >> look what you did to mr. big els worth! >> the site certainly lives up to its name, providing an entertaining way to procrastinate. ♪ gangnam style with 12,000 page views per day, it's the puurfect place to kill productivity. ♪ but we're only beginning to scratch the surface. >> do some cat stuff real quick. >> number four, star trek the social media site for tre y trekkies looking to love long and prosper. >> what in the name of -- >> for just $30 a month, sci-fi fans can set their phasers to
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stunning and start searching for star trek sing elles in their galaxy. if you speak klingclinklingon, the place for you. >> i'm sorry, this galaxy is already occupied. >> number three, zoom ever wonder what tripping on mushrooms looks like? well, here it is. >> i'm freaking out, man. >> zoom quilt is a never ending journey through surreal landscapes. the website was created by germans. hmmm. >> nobody ever said a bad word about -- >> zooming images of fantasy paintings fantasizes a viewer down a rabbit hole. >> good-bye! >> the site is incredibly popular in russia, which explains a lot. >> i must break you. >> number two, my free for those women whose cups do
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not runneth over, there is a website that promises to pay for breast implants free of charge. >> can i borrow your towel for a sec? my car just hit a water buffalo. >> women who sign up on my free earn the money for their surgery through donations from men who interact with them through their online profiles. >> is this some kind of bust? >> well, it's very impressive, yes. >> when a woman reaches her goal, usually around $5,000, the money is paid directly to plastic surgeons who perform her surgery. about 4,000 women and about 40,000 donors use the site. >> hello, boys, have a good night's rest. i missed you. >> it may look like american capitalism at its finest, but the american society of plastic surgeons has condemned the site. and finally, the weirdest website on the internet, eel ever want to slap someone on the face? how about with a slimy eel? go to eel and slap this guy silly. >> he slimed me.
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>> named one of the most pointless websites on internet, eel won a webby award in 2013 in the weird category. it's oddly satisfying. over 250,000 visitors a month go here to slap. ladies and gentlemen, do not try this at home. >> all right, watters on eel slap. you just watch the same guy? >> no. you control the eel. you take the mouse and swipe it over and slap the guy. >> it's that guy, though, just him? >> i wanted to put a picture of you. >> instead of 250,000, they'd have 250 million. >> that's right. >> if i was being slapped by an eel. >> exactly. >> but this goes to show you we have too much time on our hands. >> yes. >> nobody goes outside anymore. >> right. >> and they're all there, and no matter what you put up -- how many websites did you see? >> over a billion websites. in researching this, i actually had to become a member of star trek so there's a blow fiprofile of .
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i didn't use my photo. i used david schwimmer to throw them off. i'm out there. >> have you gotten any proposals? >> oh, tons. >> yeah? >> in klingon. >> from trekkies. >> it's like 8,000 to 1 men to women on this star trek website. >> probably. >> we don't want to get into that. jesse watters, everybody. he'll be back monday. "factor" tip of the day. i'm trying to convert some left wing people. the tip moments away. ♪ gaviscon is a proven heartburn remedy that gives you fast-acting, long-lasting relief. it immediately neutralizes acid and only gaviscon helps keep acid down for hours. for fast-acting, long-lasting relief,
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canada, no gaskinating. tomorrow an african-american woman lawyer on trump. again, thanks for watching you tonight. i'll bill o'reilly. please all remember the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, presidential candidate senator ted cruz firing back after taking a big hit from one of the best-known republicans in the country. welcome to "the kelly file," everyone. i'm megyn kelly. just hours after senator cruz declared that carly fiorina would be his running mate john boehner single-handedly managed to upstage the fiorina news with a very blunt interview at stanford university. a no holds barred when it came to boehner's former congressional colleague. watch. >> some of the other people running for the highest people in the land, how about ted cruz?


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