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inauguration, there's a lot of work ahead for donald trump and his team. and that's it for today. have a great week. and we'll see you next "fox news sunday." hello, everyone. welcome to "the five." i'm kimberly guilfoyle. president elect has just chosep the first numbers of his administration. the president-elect said he's selected republican national committee chairman reince priebus to be his chief of staff and steve bannon to be chief strategist and senior counselor to the president. mr. trump says, quote, i'm thrilled to have my very successful team continue with me in leading our country. steve and reince are highly qualified leaders who worked well together on our campaign and led us to a historic victory. now i will have them both with me in the white house as we work
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to make america great again. carl, big news today just in time for our show. thank you. >> you're welcome, kimberly. they put the statement out just moments after we got this under way. reince priebus, the chairman of the national committee since 2011 re-elected to several additional terms the after his first chance to do that in 2012 when mitt romney lost, he was re-elected twice more and, of course, was the primary author along with sean spicer, senior strategist for the rnc, which was euphemistically called the romney autopsy, where it was recommended that the gop shift to a more moderate middle. he's the consummate establishment insider on the right and now running the white house as chief of staff. it signals that trump is serious about governing.
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there's a tremendous amount of work to do and it has to be delegated and it needs some experience. not to say his candidacy to go against established norms. steve bannon, who was the ceo of the campaign, the former ceo of breitbart news, himself a one-time managing director of goldman sachs, a very experienced both news and political and business expert. he was in many ways what kellyanne conway, the campaign's pollster and general manager said was the general. talking to trump quietly. advising him on what direction he might go on a variety of different issues, many of which are now in a state of flux. the senior taf is saying that trump took very clear positions on. those things are now in the process of transitioning and that there will be dealmaking and bargaining as they puts together a government and work with the democrats in the house
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and senate. so for trump these are the first two big announcements. loyalists, insiders, part of the trump campaign inner circle. there will be almost 5,000 final appointees to the government, both political as well as otherwise that have jobs that have to be filled. and these send a signal that trump's loyalists and those who are with him when he won this incredible upset election will be part of what guides. kimberly? >> carl, thanks for that update. breaking news day. we like those around here. many were speculating about it. but trying to push back a little bit to say he loves the job that he's doing now. but he was there right by trump's side, president-elect president-elect trump's side the whole way through even when he was getting pressure from people the party during tough times to try to put mr. trump aside and he did not.
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>> so as of friday everyone's like speculating was it going to be steve bannon or reince priebus who came on from the rnc or kellyanne conway, she's extremely talented, too. who would it be? one of the three, with the of the three. >> great options to have. >> he has great options. apparently what he wanted to do and, again, this is donald trump's decision straight up. he just soul searched, maybe talked to the kids, talked to jared kushner, perhaps. but it signals to me he wants to reach tout paul ryan and work with congress. you know we've had many a cocktail with reince priebus and paul ryan they're both wisconsin people and they have each other's back. all those people who are afraid that donald trump would burn the place down first and rebuild it, maybe you don't have to worry about that if he's going to reach out and work with at least the congress, the speaker of the house. steve bannon senior strategist.
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love this idea. because he's been behind the scenes. he's the one who they tap into this outsider, this voice, the left isn't listening to us. it's time. it's our time. and bannon is the guy who did that. he's going to be senior strategist. that leaves kellyanne out there. i guess some kind of senior adviser roles or even possibly press secretary. kellyanne, the thing about press secretary. you have to know the policy inside and out. you have to be able to field questions from a hostile press and know donald trump would say, the president would say if he were there. and if anybody has that ability, they are out there. >> she would be a phenomenal choice. you saw the way she expertly navigated threading the needle no matter what network she was on, who was questioning her, he does like to have women in his
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inner circle. and she's proved herself to be -- and again historic first woman to load and win a presidential campaign. kudos to her. >> can you imagine right now if hillary clinton had won, what this "a" block would be? it would be talking about john podesta today while he sacrifices a goat for his sunday spirit dinner. so that's a high point. i think reince priebus was a great choice because he's the opposite of a hot head. he's a cool head. whenever the stuff looked like it was going to hell, he was kind of like always there going, slow down. lighten up. it's not so bad. we're going to get through this. that kind of thing. and the irony is what happened to chris christie? the bridgegate took a toll on him. a little pun. oh, yeah. fun facts. did you know that reince priebus was named wisconsin superlawyer's magazine rising star in 2008?
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there's a magazine called "wisconsin super lawyer." i had no idea. like an idea bouncer. someone who you trust will tell you it's a bad idea. he's the opposite of a yes man. he's a no man. he'll try to say, okay, let's not throw bombs right now. let's kind of usher into a more disciplined response. >> he understood that this was a historic and unique opportunity to bring populist movement in the republican party and broaden the tent. >> what most people, most of the establishment class looked at reince and said, you're my guy you need to push back on donald trump. reince said, no, he's the gop nominee. this is how we get the white house back. a lot of establishments alienated themselves with reince priebus. a very loyal guy. rewarded reince's loyalty.
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>> this is also continuation of what has worked for donald trump in the past. look at the general election. he had steve bannon as well as kellyanne conway on staff. and what steve did was sort of, as you mentioned, he was the outsider. that populist theme that helped turn states like wisconsin that haven't gone republican since 1984 red. that's what steve bannon did. but kellyanne conway served alongside governor pence as the connective tissue to a republican that donald trump knew he needed to win. he ended up getting 95% of republicans which is part of the reason why he was able to win including turning some of those counties that went obama twice republican as well. that's what reince priebus will do, is that connective tissue to congress and republicans that he needs to get some of these big policy initiatives done. the senate, that's razor thin
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margins. he needs him to get these things done. >> one thing i really like about this reince pick, this is a man had has demonstrated the ability to keep different factions of the gop together. tea parties, trump supporters, establishment gops. >> evangelicals. >> all these pockets that at some point were worried about the problem of them all killing themselves. he was able to steady the ship, keep these guys in order so they would have a victory in the white house. i really like this pick reason. >> so perhaps this suggests that there will be additional fantastic exemplary picks. who else will the president-elect pick to work alongside in his administration. rudy giuliani and the posts he may be in consideration for. >> is this true, you want to be secretary of state? >> whatever i want to be, i'll discuss with the
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president-elect. that's the best way to do it. not to create more rumors. you've been mentioned as a possibly attorney general. is it fair to say you would like to serve president trump? >> that's a discussion i want to have with him. i have a very full life. it would have to be something where i felt he really needed me. not that i could be the only one that could do it, but maybe that that i could do it a little better or different than somebody else. >> kellyanne conway could also be in contention for a position. she vowed thl the president-elect will be sticking to his pledge to drain the swamp in d.c. >> this is an administration that will run very differently than traditional washington. the graef train is about to have its engine ripped from its bearings. there's no reason to keep this consultant lobbyist at such a level where people feel like
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their interests are not being served. they do not appreciate all of washington, d.c. working against them. this is for the forgotten man and the forgotten woman. >> kellyanne conway did an incredible job. she was with the cruz campaign. she's got tremendous reach to all the different groups as well. she stayed on message with mr. trump. and then now you hear her echoing these same sentiments. this is about the forgotten men and women. >> that's the difference of donald trump. that's why very early on, this could be something very different, different for america if we're ready for something different. we've been promised change in the past. but on both sides of the aisle. >> we got chump change. >> we got another politician in d.c. nothing changes. the beauty of that, the really kind of thing that makes me happy about that sound bite right there, he's already won and his senior adviser says, guess what? everything he talked about prior to winning, he's going to go
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ahead and perpetrate after he won and that means drain the swamp, get rid of the lobbyists, all those connections, rid of the networking and rebuild the place, again, reaching across the aisle or reaching into congress with paul ryan. but again from a conservative standpoint. i love the fact that they're not back pedaling already on thins that they promised before which we heard time and time again. >> i can't wait for the announcements of the epa and the irs. yeah, bye! >> and for people that are beyond partisan, donald trump transcended being the gop nominee. he was able to be something appealing to people in the middle, some democrats really switched parties to vote for him in pennsylvania and different states like that. and that's a part of the reason why. i don't care if you're a gop or a democrat, i'm draining the swamp of all the stiff uptight do-nothing people that have been in d.c. for 30-plus years have given you no return on your support for them.
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it's good he's sticking with that. one point about kellyanne conway, why she'd be so great as press secretary, not only her ability to convey donald trump's message sometimes better than donald trump himself, but she's able to say it, be strong and not raise feelings of hysteria. because -- >> very soothing. >> some of the things he's talking about will rattle some people. kellyanne is strong and tough but able to do it in a way that doesn't really fan those flames of hysteria. >> i think she needs to be involved in some capacity because she really was sort of the donald trump whisperer. we saw from the time she took over the campaign, we saw a lot of growth with donald trump as a candidate. i think even his choices today are sort of a reflection of him being a pragmatic individual because he is able to see what works for him and this is a continuation of that. as i mentioned before, he understands the sort of populist tones. the fact that there's so many americans in this country who truly feel left behind by the
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elites in washington, d.c., they feel left behind by the left. if you look at what he was able to do. you look at the 700 counties that went twice for obama in 2008 and 2012, he was able to get one third of those to turn to donald trump. and you talked about it as well. sort of the forgotten man and woman and reaching out to those. this is a continuation of that pragmatic approach where he recognizes that this populist message serves him well but he also recognizes that he needs to get stuff done and have those bridge builders. >> it shows that he's going to get some serious business done by these two picks already. >> bridge builders, not bridge blockers. >> tollgate. >> you are going to need insiders and reince is the insider. the other insider he really needs is newt. newt is establishment but he's also one of the smartest people -- >> genius. >> in d.c. he's also somebody that tells
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trump what's wrong with trump. and he needs that. when donald screwed up, newt would say so. then the next day he would compliment trump and say, that's good. you have to have somebody that can be blunt with a guy who is running the world. >> classical conditioning. >> not sycophants because it all goes to hell. look at president obama. there was nobody there telling him no. >> they care about the country, they want to get things done. they've made a promise now. and now you'll see fulfillment. coming up two of his campaign promises, securing the border and overhauling obamacare are in focus during his first sit-down interview since winning the election. you'll hear from him, next. cine but zzzquil is different because why would you take a pain medicine when all you want is good sleep? zzzquil: a non-habit forming sleep-aid that's not for pain, just for sleep.
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huge breaking news on this sunday. if you're just tuning in president-elect trump has picked the first members of his white house team. reince priebus the chair of the rnc will be his chief of staff, big job. his campaign ceo steve bannon has been chosen to be counselor and chief strategist. meanwhile, mr. trump's immigration stance was a central part of his run for the white house. in his first sitdown interview since his victory he spoke to
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"60 minutes" about his highly publicized plan to build a border wall and his goal of deporting millions of illegals. >> very quickly, some of the promises you made, and tell us if you're going to do what you said or change it in any way. are you really going to build a wall? >> yes. >> they're talking about a fence in the republican congress. would you accept a fence? >> for certain area, i would, but certain areas a wall is more appropriate. i'm very good at construction. >> what about the pledge to deport millions and millions of undocumented immigrants? >> what we are going to do is get the people who have criminal records, gang members, drug dealers, a lot of these people 2 million and could be 3 million, we're getting them out of our country or we're going to incarcerate. they're here illegally. after the borders are secured and after everything gets
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normalized, we're going to make a determination on the people that you're talking about who are terrific people. they're terrific people. but we're going to make a determination about that. but before we make that determination, leslie, it's very important, we want to secure our bothered. >> k.g., right along the lines of his campaign promises. >> but doesn't that make sense? why wouldn't you secure -- everybody knows the. secure the perimeter, right? then you deal with it. you can revamp the system. why wouldn't you want to honor the people that are coming here and aplig and going through the process legally, following the rule of law in this? i don't think it's fair to reward people they came in so they get to stay, no. do proper vetting. make sure that you take national security interests at heart. i don't think this is an anti-immigration approach. i think this is a pro-america and pro-immigration approach and being done in the right way like
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it should have been done for years but people didn't have the courage to do. >> what do you say, greg? are you okay with the partially wall, partial fence? >> i hope it doesn't turn into a curtain. we're going from wall to fence to curtain. he has to build the wall because there's such an intense support for that. and those were the people like the ann coulters that came behind him initially and they will be disappointed. what you did, you created the persuasive argument for it, which he has to actually do. >> thank you. >> he has to say it's about locking bad guys out, not locking them in. and before you install the lock, you got get the bad guys out. very common sense. we don't need to import crime. we have enough of it here. >> we're good at it. >> you can recast the border security as an economical and a security issue, not a political one. you know, the metaphor i've used before is america's first dis y
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disneyland. everybody wants to come here. when you go to disneyland there's a line and a gate. >> some areas are a fence. some areas have a train. >> some areas you hop. very persuasive rhetoric will make this much easier to get through. he has to do it. >> it has to be explained well. >> republicans for years have said you need to secure the border. it was their way of hiding behind i have no answers on what i would do with immigration. do you buy this now? the guy finally said we're going to secure the border with a wall. >> i have long had a theory that this notion that republicans have to embrace comprehensive reform was just built up by -- was nonsensical. there's this theory that hillary clinton -- there's this protest vote among hispanics against donald trump. that didn't turn out. because donald trump was the only one talking about cracking down on illegal immigration which is really just common
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sense. why shouldn't we be following the laws that are oen the books? we're the most generous nation when it comes to legal immigration, we let 1 million people come here legally which is more than any other nation. why shouldn't we follow the laws on the books? >> to people who are horrified, i hear about crying children and this week -- no, seriously, for some people that's very real. but i want to say this. to your point about laws already on the books. i hear donald trump talking about building a wall. that's new for us. everything else he said, that's already standing law. let me make this one point -- >> no. can i push back on this. >> i'm going to let you in one second. when i represented criminal defendants, many who were undocumented, guess what they were detained, i.c.e. came and got them and they were out of here. that's all in the system. >> no, the problem is the sanctuary cities. they're breaking federal law. >> sure, that's a problem. but in most cities that are not
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sanctuary, this is a thing that president-elect trump can be more efficient in clearing up. >> you're saying the same thing. >> we're saying the same thing. >> enforce the laws that are the on the books. >> probably should have done more. this is what president-elect trump can pick up the baton. >> leave it right there. big mea culpa from "the new york times" over its biased coverage of donald trump. the gray lady appears to be doing soul searching after grossly misreading the pulse of america. remember when you said that men are superior drivers? yeah... yeah, then how'd i'd get this... allstate safe driving bonus check? ... only allstate sends you a bonus check for every six months you're accident-free ... silence. it's good to be in, good hands.
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>> n throughout this election the newspaper put its bias on full display. look at the headline after trump pulled off the biggest upset in american history. quote, democrats, students and
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foreign allies face the reality of a trump presidency." they wrote a letter to readers vowing to do better. we aim to rededicate ourselves to fundamental mission of times journalism. that is to report america and the world honestly without fear of favor. our next president responded with a couple tweets of his own. here's one. "the new york times" sent a letter to their subscribers apologizing for their bad coverage of me. i wonder if it will change? doubt it. >> he's like where is that -- >> kimberly, do you think that "the new york times" can regain credibility here? >> yeah. listen, i want to be optimistic that perhaps they learned something. this was a teachable moment. but if they thought that the campaign donald trump was repealed and replaced, in play and letting them know. to be fair, he has reasons to be
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upset. because there was tremendous disturbance to his campaign caused by the mainstream media. >> is this "the new york times" sort of tucking its tail between its legs because it wants access to donald trump and wants a relationship with donald trump? >> no, their bias was so on display for 18 months. but they weren't alone. huff post said we're not going to cover donald trump in politics. we'll keep him in entertainment. remember that? the media was completely not seeing this. going into the election, there were networks saying there's no chance, ha, ha, ha, he'll never win and he won. "the wall street journal" if you read their op-ed page, if you were pro trump and anti-trump. they would go back and forth. and you picked and choose. and sometimes they were right above each other. and you got different point of view. with the other publications
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you're getting the biased media. >> do you think that some of the negative coverage donald trump received, do you think that helped him? >> i know it did. the elite in the country was best represented by the media better than i've ever seen it in my life during this election cycle. the smugness, the elitism, we know better than you. we'll tell you what you need to be concerned with. we'll tell you who you need to be picking on. the american people soundly rejected that. it made them really want to root for donald trump even more. they really embarrassed themselves. i'm a subscriber of "the new york times." i thought that story they put out saying we're going to show you how horrible he is with women. and it was like some woman had to wear a swimsuit from a drawer at a pool party or something. it was laughable. other things came out that were much more weighty around that issue. but the times did a huge disservice here. it can be regained but it will take some time. >> the gray lady had a hot flash.
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this is what happened when you don't know anybody outside of your own circle of friends. my group of friends were split down the millddle. half for trump, half not. gary johnson, you name it. like the five, different points of view. friedman doesn't know a single trump voter. so they make these incredible mistakes. on the assumption that trump would lose, they assumed that trump voters would riot. oh, my god, there will be all this violence. they never thought that the violence for the last four decades comes from the left. they are the ones that throw tantrums in cities where they voted democrat. the media will do soul searching. a zombie uprising will happen before the media ever does any soul searching because it has no soul. >> on that note, don't go away because we are answering your
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questions following the election on this social media sunday. sua
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♪ the electric company >> social media sunday. addiction or addition. we'll start with you, k.g. >> go for it. >> we're going to go clockwise. >> great. i think i can handle it. >> for people at home, this way. k.g., from donna c., what one question would you like to ask our new president-elect? >> okay. what one question? you know what i care about so much, right, is just his plan to defeat isis. so i want to know, but i want him to just tell me, because you know what he feels like when we telegraph and tell everybody what we do three weeks in advance and the bad guys leave the roach motel. i would ask him what he's going
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to do and how many of the high value targets he'll give the green light on that special operations are waiting on where they know where they are and they just need potus to pull the trigger. >> thank you. ♪ ebony >> i like how you did that, greg. he correct lstated our situatio in this country. but i would like to know his plan around uniting america. >> mr. eric? >> i won't be nearly that nice. i think he got elected because of the situation in america where the middle class has just been squeezed. the jobs they're taking or part-time jobs, unemployment is vastly understated. the things he promised, tax cuts on an individual level, corporate tax cuts. the trillion dollar
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infrastructure bill that republicans don't like, get that going right away and soon. even if you can't dismantle obamacare right away, you can start by allowing insurance to be sold across state lines. that can happen real fast. >> i'm going to go a little lighter. i have a two-part question. is it big league or bigly? >> big league. i can answer that. you get another one. >> a two-fer. then the other one is is he going to continue saying big league? like for the state of the union, is he going to address the nation and put big league in it? that's what i would like to know. >> on top of what eric is saying, what do you do about artificial intelligence, robotics and automation. because you can't bring those jobs back. once those jobs go. i know i'm single-mined about this stuff and it may not happen for 10 or 20 years but it will happen where we're enslaved by artificial intelligence. we're nothing but barnyard
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chickens before the high iqs of robots. i want to know how he relaxes that isn't golf. he doesn't drink. >> that's why he's able to go and have the stamina. he's not low energy. >> he's definitely not low energy. >> take a look. >> we're going to go this way. from michael f., is this the end of the clintons' influence? will they ever have any power again? >> it certainly diminishes it. but there's already talk about the democratic party eyeing chelsea clinton to run for congress. >> what are her qualifications? oh, never mind. >> her dad. >> getting donors to pay for her wedding and, quote, her life. she couldn't give a speech. let's be honest. i know nobody wanted to say it, but that was not good. >> it was a terrible speech. >> remember a year and a half ago when no one knew who would
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run and is this what we're down to a bush and a clinton. i think donald trump in one election has just busted open the whole bush and clinton power structure that was d.c. on the right an on the left. one election. and yes, they will have power but it will be in the fund-raising in the clinton foundation. that's a big, big -- >> but that's being investigated. plenty of democrats i know -- >> the bushes and the clintons are a bad group. >> great american. patriots. >> they just hate dogs. >> if the dnc is halfway smart, they have to be done with the clintons in terms of the face of the party. this is barack obama's party now. if they didn't learn it in 2008, they need to know it now. hillary clinton is essentially a two-time loser. the day of bill and her and their -- >> well, three times.
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>> that's good. >> no, but i think they have to move on from that. seriously. >> what have you done for me lately? not much. >> she's bad for the brand. they need to move forward. >> yeah, no, clintons canceled. >> it's been canceled? >> your series will not be renewed. i am so sorry. get out of, you know, get out of jail free pass. >> i think she should go and open like a bed and breakfast with huma. bill should manage a club med where no one knows him and he can get away with -- >> and what are they serving at breakfast? >> wieners. >> he was doing so well. >> would rather have been a fly on the wall listening in on president and president-elect or in the room with melania and michele? >> the presidential level. there were pictures they were
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tweeting as the states were going to trump. and they were amazed and shocked. they saw it. you could see it. >> i will be on the wall between president and president-elect. >> yeah. i would love to hear that. >> you want for the meeting? >> yeah, thank you. >> yeah, as much as i was excited for them to meet, the first lady and the future first lady, i would love to be there to found out what president barack obama said to president-elect donald trump during that 1 n1/2 hour meeting especially when it relates to national security. you saw the reaction from trump. obviously was told some things. >> he got a box of stuff. >> without hesitation, president obama and president-elect donald trump. could you even imagine? it would have been epic. >> i would like to have been a fly on the wall of a flypaper company, just to see what they're doing.
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>> is this like the dry cleaning thing? >> yes, if you're a fly, you want to know fwhaes twhat's in flypaper. frmg intere >> interesting greg. >> will trump remain active on social media in the white house? >> is that a question? >> of course he is. for just $ 15.99. and let the bold flavors speak for themselves... with unlimited shrimp at outback. coaching means making tough choices. jim! you're in! but when you have high blood pressure and need cold medicine that works fast, the choice is simple. coricidin hbp is the only brand that gives powerful cold symptom relief without raising your blood pressure. coricidin hbp. ♪ h♪ but they only see hisfrom farwrinkles. ♪ ♪ he's gotta play it cool to seal the deal. ♪
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so we all know president-elect trump was very active on twitter throughout the campaign and even since he's won the white house. the question is will he tweet as commander in chief? >> are you going to be tweeting whatever you're upset about, just put out there when you're president? >> it's a great form of communication. now, do i say i'll give it up entirely and throw it out? that's a tremendous form -- i picked up yesterday 100,000 people. i'm not saying i love it, but it does get the word out. >> but you're going to do that as president? >> i'm going to do very restrained if i use it at all. i really believe that the fact that i have such power in terms of numbers with facebook, twitter, instagram, et cetera, i think it helped me win all of
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these races where they're spending much more money than i spent. and i won. i think that social media has more power than the money they spent. and i think maybe to a certain extent i proved it. >> to that point, the fiscal point, which i think as to how much of a liability trump and his twitter account can be, 21 million people in the palm of his hand. breaking news here. a source close to the president-elect's administration tells me kelly ann conway will likely be offered a senior position in the west wing and continue to be the face for the administration. that's a bit of news and that likely will come out fairly soon. to this -- >> that's good news. >> very good news. love that idea. love her close to him. she's solid. the at potus account, the twitter account. president obama has to turn over
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the at potus account. he said it's fantastic to reach the people. this is what he's been about. i think he continues to do it. >> i agree with that. i think there's something to be said to the point of doing what was successful in getting you there. he did win. i think it's true i've noticed change in tone in his tweets just in the past few days. he'll put out something that's typical trump but modifies it to be more presidential. your take. >> this is the evolution of of the white house. you look at what the television did with even the first presidential debate between kennedy and nixon and this is the next wave of the future. i think donald trump needs to find someone who he trusts, who reflects his thoughts but the more rational, restrained element of donald trump to ensure that nothing crazy is said and nothing that will get him off message and off from
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these big policy initiatives. >> talking a about the power of social media and donald trump had revamped how politics are done with the power of his twitter account. we're seeing reaction to these announcements and you have paul ryan tweeting using the donald trump play book. i'm very proud and excited for my friend at reince. you see that right away some instant reaction, really supporting these excellent choices he's making. i think that's very important. >> greg, your take. >> trump is us. we talk about the struggle, the siren call of social media. you know it's like i've got to get off that because i get in trouble. maybe have a couple of glasses of wine. >> that's you. >> it's every person on twitter has this internal challenge about should they be on. one of the thing it reveals is how much the right as learned from the left. it's not just about twitter. it's about how he used it as a
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our thoughts and prayers are with the people. >> fantastic. never forget that. george w. bush has painted portraits of veterans that were wounded carrying out his orders. he thought this was important to do. he posted this photo on veterans day. he said these are all the people that were wounded in sfrs to the united states. he said over the past several months i've painted the portraits of 98 wounded warriors i've gotten to know. i think about them on veterans day and every day. their paintings will be featured in portraits of courage, a book and special exhibit next spring. he be donate proceeds to the bush center. i think that's very special to do and i'm sure very nice for their families as well. >> i didn't know president bush painted. >> yeah. it's the weekend and it's fall so that means football.
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not quite the cool intro greg had but my alma mater, tennessee beat kentucky. our quarterback set a program record for the most touchdowns run by a quarterback for the school. ebony. this is a cute paradox. one twin was born at 1:39 a.m. and daylight savings time happens at 2:00 a.m. his twin brother was born 30 minutes afterhim but the first born will the the younger brother. >> he was born after but he will
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be listed. >> because the hospital had the write it down. >> that's going to be a rivalry lat later. that's incredible. we'll see you back here tomorrow. have a great evening. thanks for joining us. breaking tonight, donald trump names his chief of staff. one of two key appointment in the new administration. hello and welcome to a special sunday edition of justice. i'm judge jeanine pirro. the word coming from trump power, reince priebus has been named white house chief of staff by president-elect trump. he also announced today that stephen bannon who served as ceo of the trump campaign has been named chief strategist and senior counselor to the


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