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american] american. [ >> and i gladly stand up ♪ next to you and defend her still today ♪ 'cause there ain't no doubt ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. donald trump speaking inç north carolina right this second. and we're going to go to him. take it away. [cheers and applause] thank you. [cheers and applause] [chanting trump trump trump trump] [cheers and applause] >> so the weather was really bad. really bad. and they said, you know, these are great people in north carolina.
they won't mind. [cheers and applause] >> no, but they said they won't mind, sir, if you cancelled and made it another time. and i said, what? and they said we have a big crowd but they won't mind. just because the weather was so terrible. so, i said you got to be kidding. so we have been driving for two hours. we landed at like a long ways. but there was no way that we weren't showing up tonight. that, i can tell you. that, i can tell you. [cheers and applause] now, we couldn't land at your local airport. we landed a long ways away. i said but let's put it this way, the drive was about three times longer than the flight. but we made it. that's all that matters, right? we made it. [cheers and applause] i'm here today for one main reason, to thank you, the
people of north carolina for being so incredible. we want to thank you. [cheers and applause] you went out and pounded the pavement. you organized your fellow citizens and propelled to victory a grass roots movement, the likes of which nobody, nobody has ever seen before. and that's beyond our country. [cheers and applause] and i want to give a special thank you to the incredible military families, service members and veterans of north carolina. [cheers and applause] they were great. you saw what happened with the military. i got such numbers. those numbers are great. we don't talk about numbers. we bring people together but boy were those numbers good. and our veterans. do we love our veterans?
we love our veterans. your state's legacy of service is an inspiration to us all. north carolina has produced many of the finest soldiers, airmen, sailors and marines. the world has ever seen. so true. our men and women in uniform represent the absolute best of us. we must follow their example. working in unisom of every shared goal of air social and economic line. they understand that accomplishç the mission we must all be pulling in the same direction. we have to get together. [cheers and applause] they know we must leave no man or woman behind. these patriots have shed their blood to defend our
country in distant fields of battle across the earth. our debt it them is eternal and everlasting. amazing people. [cheers and applause] amazing people. and you know we have a very special person here tonight who we're going to introduce very shortly. [chanting mad dog] >> it's been such a popular choice. we absolute the sacrifice and the flag they fought to defend. we love our flag, right? we love our flag. [cheers] we love our flag and we don't like it when we see people ripping up our flag and burning our flag. [crowd boos] >> we don't like it. we don't like it. and we will see what we're going to do about that okay? we're going to see.
tomorrow is the 75th anniversary of pearl harbor. it's a milestone that marks the ultimate sacrifice of those who wear the great uniform. it's a reminder, too, of the valiant efforts of america's fighting men and women who have liberated millions from tyranny and oppression. now today our brave men and women are the first in line defense. defense. against radical islamic terrorism, words that some people don't like to say. an ideology of death stha is that that slaughters innocent men, women, and children. we are going to protect our people. we're going to protect our country. believe me. [cheers and applause] in every generation, a new athletic to freedom arises. and just as we defeated these threats we faced
generations in the past and you understand that so too will we defeat the forces of terrorism. it's unseen in many cases, but we're going to defeat that force and we're going to defeat it strongly and quickly. believe me. we will prevail. we stand here today just miles from fort bragg, the home of heroes. it's a home of heroes. [cheers and applause] our special forces at fort bragg have been the tip of the spear in fighting terrorism. the motto of our army special forces is to free the oppressed, and that is exactly what they have been doing and will continue to do. at this very moment soldiers from fort bragg areç deployed in 90 countries around the
world. can you believe that? 90 countries. base in fort bragg is the 82nd airborne division. [cheers] >> also known as the all-american division. we stand in awe of their achievements. we really do. not far from here sits 45% of the entire united states marine corps at camp lejeune. i have been to camp lejeune. we love camp lejeune. 12,000 citizen soldiers fill the ranks of the north carolina army and air national guard. the national guard rushed to the scene to help the victims of hurricane matthew and so many other catastrophes. and we continue to send our thoughts and prayers to those recovering in its wake. the military families in north carolina are a
national treasure and it will be the duty of my administration to ensure that we protect those who protect us. [cheers and applause] and i just want to tell you that we are going to be taking care of our veterans. and i'm right now. [cheers and applause] i'm right now working -- these are great, great people. and they haven't been treated fairly. i'm working on picking the people that are going to be helping our veterans and they are really outunderstanding. we have a lot of great people. a lot of people making great sacrifices to do this. but they're going to be unbelievable. you're going to see such a change. you're going to see such a change like you have never seen before. we're going to protect and help our veterans, believe me.
that brings me to the second reason why i'm here to discuss our action plan to make america great again beginning with the rebuilding of our military. and we will, we will. you are going to see it i'm so looking forward, probably next week, you're going to see what we're going to do to take care of our vets. it's going to be announced. a lot of things are going to be announced. stay tuned, folks. here are the priorities that will guide our military and veterans policy. all men and women in uniform will have the supplies, support, equipment, training, services, medical care and resources they need to get the job done incredibly well and perfectly. you watch. [cheers and applause] the best care in the world for our veterans both at public and v.a. facilities as well as the right to see a private doctor when the
lines are long. [cheers and applause] i have been saying this for the last year and a half. you know, people are waiting in line for seven dz, 8 days, nine days. longer. he just said longer. longer than that. and when that happens. you going out to see a private doctor, a private hospital, a public hospital, somebody that can take care of you, and we're going to pick up the bill, and it's going to be not only is it going to be great for you and life saving in many cases, it's going to be less expensive. and i'm saying why didn't they do this in the past? why didn't somebody do this? there is not going to be any more waiting for our great people in line for weeks to see a doctor. and finally, a commitment to only engage the use of military forces when it's in the vital national security interest of the united states. we don't want to have a depleted military because we're all over the place
fighting in areas that just -- we shouldn't be fighting in. we're going to have such a strong powerful military. it's not going it be depleted any longer. i mentioned equipment previously. i said equipment. we're going to have the finest equipment in the world. it's going to be new. it's going to be modern. it's going to be clean. it's going to be the best. that's what we're going to have. we're not going to be a depleted military anymore. [cheers and applause] from now on, it's going to be america first. america first. [cheers and applause] we will stop racing to topple foreign -- you understand this. foreign regimes that we know nothing about, that we shouldn't be involved with. instead our focus must be on defeating terrorism and
destroying isis. [cheers and applause] and we will. any nation that shares these goals will be our partner in this mission. we won't forget it. we want to strengthen all friendships and seek out new friendships. rather than a rigid dogma, we're guided by the lessons of history and a desire to promote stability, stability all over and strength in our land. this destructive cycle of intervention and chaos must finally, folks, come to an end. come to an end. [cheers and applause] we've spent at last count $6 trillion in the middle east. and our roads have potholes all over. our highways are falling apart.
our bridges are falling. our tunnels are no good. our airports are horrible like third world countries. we have got to start spending on ourselves. but we have got to be so strong militarily, like we have never ever been before. remember. that is like we've never been before. [cheers and applause] we seek harmony and goodwill among theç nations of the world. and we believe that respect for mutual sovereignty helps form the basis of trust and understanding. but we don't want people taking advantage of us anymore. we don't want countries taking advantage of us anymore. we don't want that. we don't want that. we want to be the smart people. we don't want to be what we have been over the last long period of time. we built up our military not as an act of aggression, but as an act of prevention.
we pursue and build up arms not in order to seek conflict, but in order to avoid conflict. we want to be strong. in short, we seek peace through strength. [cheers and applause] that is why in my first budget report to congress i am going to ask for the elimination of the defense sequester. that's enough. [cheers and applause] depletion. i call it depletion. it gets worse and worse every year. not for our military. we will show the world that america is going to be strong again. stronger than ever before. we're going to be stronger militarily than ever before. hopefully we don't have to use our military. but we're going to be stronger than ever before. and there has rarely been a time when we have needed this strength more than we have right now. [cheers and applause]
but in order to succeed with our defense policy, we must find the right person to lead our defense department. is that right? [cheers and applause] this is why i'm proud to formally announce today my intention to nominate general james mad dog matti mattis. [cheers and applause] as the next secretary of defense for the united states of america. jim is a marine corps four star general, the former commander of u.s. central commands and allied supreme commander for transformation this is going to be so great for us.
he led an assault battalion in operation desert storm that is the one you are supposed to it there were no games. mad dog play no, sir games, right? led the forces that went after the taliban commanded the first marine division in iraq. is he one of the most effective generals that we have had in many, many decades. an extraordinary leaders of our time who has committed his life to his love for ourç country general mattis is the living embodiment of the marine corps motto semper fidelis, always faithful. and the american people are fortunate that a man of this character and integrity will now be the civilian leader
atop the democratic of -- the department of defense, right? under his leadership, such an important position, we will rebuild our military and alliances, destroy terrorists, face our enemies head on and make america safe again. it is now my honor and privilege to welcome to the stage your next secretary of defense general mad do dog mattis. thank you. [cheers and applause] thank you. thank you, ladies and gentlemen. thank you, president-elect, for the confidence that you
have shown in me. thank you for the opportunity. i'm grateful for the opportunity to return to our troops, their families, the civilians at the department of defense because i know how committed they are and devoted they are to the defense of our country, the defense of our constitution and with our allies strengthened, our countries strengthened, i look forward to being the civilian leader so long as the congress gives me the waiver and the senate votes to consent, thank you very much. [cheers and applause] >> what a great guy is he going to be incredible. he will get that waiver, right? he is going to get that. oh, if he didn't get that waiver, there would be a lot of angry people. such a popular choice.
i believe we're in the process of putting together one of the all-time great cabinets that has ever been assembled in our nation's history. [cheers and applause] we have some late great people going to be named over the next couple of days, too. but to accomplish our goals, we must reject the failed approaches of the past. we must move past the tired conventional thinking of washington, d.c. as abraham lincoln said, as our cases new so much we think anew and act anew. my plan begins with bold structural reform to create millions of good-paying jobs and even great paying jobs. you have been seeing what's been happening over the last couple of weeks. and we haven't got therein yet. we were very proud of saving 1100 jobs in indiana with the help of mike pence.
vice president elect. who is incredible. we are very proud of mike pence, by the way. steel, building cars, or curing disease we want the next generation of innovation and production to happen right here in america and right here in north carolina. [cheers and applause] and don't forget, when we started, even four weeks before they said well, we're going to have an awfully hard time winning florida, an awfully hard time winning north carolina, we're not going to win pennsylvania. we're not going to win michigan. we're not going to win wisconsin. we're not going to win -- we're not going to win iowa. and ohio is going to be tough. so it started out we won ohio by more than 8 points. we won iowa by a massive
number. 10 points. and then we went down and we won florida. remember that fantastic evening? we have breaking news, donald trump wins florida. [cheers and applause] donald trump wins north carolina. [cheers and applause] we won so many states. we won 30 states, 32 states. we won so much and we just kept winning and then we topped it off by winning pennsylvania, winning michigan, winning, right? winning wisconsin, states that hadn't been won in 38 years. a lot of states. and it was a fantastic evening. and that's why we are here tonight because we want to thank you. we want to thank you, especially. first on taxes, we're going to undertake one of the great tax reforms and
simple -- simplyifications lowering the tax rate on business from 35% all the way down to 15%. [cheers and applause] and massive tax cuts, by the way, for middle class workers. massive. the biggest. biggest since reagan. actually bigger than reagan. on regulations, we're going to eliminate every single wasteful regulation that undermines the ability of our workers and our companies to compete. the regulation business is a disaster in our country. we're going to get rid of all of the unnecessary regulations. on energy, we will cancel the job killing restrictions on the production of american energy and pursue american energy independence. we will be able to do it. [cheers and applause] honoring the legacy of
theodore roosevelt, believe it or not, one of our great environmentalists, we will also conservative!qnd protect our beautiful natural resources for the next generation, including protecting lands and anglers and hunters and all of those who enjoy the outdoors like my sons, don and eric. they enjoy the outdoors. they enjoy it they love it. on infrastructure, i will ask congress to pass legislation that produces $1 trillion of new investments in america's crumbling infrastructure including major projects in our inner cities. we're going to take care of our inner cities. we're going to get the inner cities going again. remember i used the expression what the hell do you have to lose? i'm telling you you're going to see and i want to thank -- we did so well, so much better with african-american communities, with hispanic
communities than anybody ever anticipated. [cheers and applause] so much better. better than has taken place in years back, in years back. so i want to thank the african-american communities. i want to thank the hispanic communities and we're starting to work already. we're working already. and the appointment today of ben carson has been very popular, very well received. dr. ben carson. [cheers and applause] good guy. great guy. we have two simple rules. when it comes to rebuilding this country buy american and hire american. all right? buy american. on trade, our trade deficit now northeasterly $800 billio8 --nearly $800 bill. we have a deficit, think of it of almost $800 billion a year. you would say who is negotiating these deals is a chronic drag on the growth and a destroyer of jobs and
wealth in our country. in the month of october alone, our nation racked up more than $40 billion in trade deficit. 40 billion, including more than a 30 billion-dollar trade deficit with china alone. all right? think we are doing a good job in negotiating? i don't think so. how many business people do we have in this audience that could have done a slightly better job of negotiating? right? yeah, you can. north carolina has lost nearly half of its manufacturing jobs since nafta. america has lost 70,000 factories. think of it, 70,000 factories since joining the world trade organization. think of it. so china joins the world trade organization and since that time we have lost so much. 70,000 factories. we're living through the
greatest jobs theft in the history of the world. there has never been a jobs theft like what's happened to this country. and we stopped some of it, a little bit because we just started but haven't really started. because we don't really start until january 20th. but we're stopping. and one of the wealthiest men in the world,, you saw today, did anybody see it. mats ia. great guy of japan. he has pledged is he going to put $50 billion into the united states because of our victory. he wasn't investing in our country. 50 billion. 50,000 jobs. [cheers and applause] 50,000 jobs he is going to be investing in. he is a great guy. a trump administration will renegotiate our terrible trade deals. stand up to foreign cheating. and defeat every last american. and we will do this. we will defeat the enemy on jobs. and we will defend american
jobs. we're going to defend american jobs. and we have to look at it almost as a war because that's what's happened to us. that's what's happened to our workers. these are great people. boy did they come out to vote? remember they said they don't exist? they existed. they existed. believe me, in millions and millions of people poured out to the voting booths and they voted big league. that's why we had these kind of victories. we had states where we would win by 30 points, 35 points, 40 points, amazing. and if a company wants to fire their workers, leave our country and then ship their products back into our country, there will be consequences, i'm sorry. there will be consequences. big consequences. [ applause ] on healthcare reform, every day the law known as obamacare is destabilizing our healthcare, really
destabilizing it surging premiums and forcing providers out of the market. if we don't act, the damage will be irreversible. we're going to act. that is why we're going to repeal and replace obamacare. we have no choice. [cheers and applause] we have no choice. we have absolutely no choice. so we're going to repeal and replace obamacare. and you're going to get healthcare at a much lower price with a much lower deductible. you know, it's so high now. you can't -- you really can't, for the most part, you can't use it but we are going to have great healthcare much lower price. on child care i'm asking congress to pass legislation to make safe and affordable child care accessible to all and people like that. that's something that ivanka trump -- did anybody ever hear of ivanka trump, right?
ivanka trump has been fighting for for a long time. and i have. and i agree with her. on crime, the murder rate has experienced its largest increase in 45 years. we are going to support the incredible men and women of law enforcement and we are going to bring this terrible crime wave to an end. highest in 45 years the murder rate. on immigration, we will be the administration that ended illegal immigrationç. [cheers and applause] we will construct a great border wall, dismantle the criminal cartels, liberate our communities from the epidemic of gang violence, and drugs. we will get rid of the drugs that are pouring into our country. [cheers and applause] we will ask conscious to reform our visa and immigration programs to protect jobs and wages for
american workers. and we will be appointing very shortly somebody to head up our program and i will tell you, like general mattis, who will do a phenomenal job because we're going to stop people from coming into our country illegally, but we're going to have people come in to our country and they are going to come in by the thousands and hundreds of thousands but they're going to come in, they're going to come in legally. right? but by the hundreds of thousands. we want people to come in. but they have to come in legally. [cheers and applause] to protect our country from terrorism and extremism, we will suspend immigration from regions where it cannot be safely processed. right now, thousands and thousands and thousands of people are pouring into our country. we have no idea who they
are, where they come from. do they love us? a lot of cases no. they don't love us. a trump administration will always put the safety and security of the american people first. remember that. [cheers and applause] safety of the american people. ethics reform will be a crucial part of our 100 day plan as well. we're going to drain the swamp of corruption in washington, d.c. we're going to. [cheers and applause] i will impose a five-year ban on executive branch officials becoming lobbyists and lifetime ban on officials becoming lobbyists for a foreign government. we face many, many challenges. but this is truly an exciting time to be alive in our country and hopefully to be alive in many other
locations because we are representative to a large extent of what's happening in the world. the world is looking up to us, but they haven't been looking up to us much, and they are going to start looking up again. we're going to be good for the world, not just good for our country. [cheers and applause] the script to what wir we're doing is not yet written. remember, this has been a great, great movement. the likes of which they have never seen before. the likes of which those folks back there that write the stories. [crowd booing] >> no, no. no. i will tell you, and they're saying it. they have never seenç anything like? before. it's one of the great political phenomenas of all time. we're going to doo show them. we're going to do a great job. we're going to create a safe country and prosperous country. we're going to create good jobs again.
not bad jobs. real jobs. it's going to be something special and hopefully they're going to write the truth. [cheers and applause] we do not know what the page tomorrow will read, but for the first time in a long time what we do know is the pages will be authored by each and every one in this room and in our country, by you. will be authored by you. together we will raise incomes and create millions and millions of new jobs. it's going to happen. it's already happening. you see what happened today. we will reestablish the rule of law and defend the constitution of the united states. [cheers and applause] and, by the way, we will be appointing great, great supreme court justices: we will be starting very soon with one to replace justice
scalia. great man. we will protect the right of every american to live in safety and peace. we will restore and respect and we will respect people's rights. we will respect constitutional rights. and for all america, we will respect our great american flag again. believe me. [cheers and applause] we will heal our divisions and unify our country. when americans are unified, there is nothing we cannot do. nothing. no task is too great. no dream too large. no goal beyond our reach. my message tonight is for all americans, from all parties, all beliefs, all walks of life, it's a message for everyone. no matter your age, your income, your background, i'm asking you to join us in this great, great add
venturadded aventure russ worlde living. in making it less adventurisadventurei'm asking yg again as americans. i'm asking you to believe in yourself to. believe in your country and to believe in your future because we have got a great future. what i've seen more than anything else is how great the future of our country is going to be. and if we do that, then all together we will make america strong again stronger than ever before. we will make america reach again. a lot of people don't like the sound of that. but we need that to take care of our military to. take care of our veterans. to take care of all of the things that we have to. we are going to be a rich nation again. we're going to be a wealthy nation again. [cheers and applause] we're going to make america. we're going to makeç america
like it says in all of those caps, those millions and millions of caps that have been sold all over this country and all of those signs. we are going to make america great again. greater than ever before. thank you, north carolina. thank you. we love you. god bless you, everybody. we'll be back soon. thank you, north carolina! , thank you. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> all right. donald trump in north carolina. he spoke for a little more than a half an hour and general mattis spoke for about 32 seconds. where was the general? he was there and then he was gone. a man of few words at least in fayetteville this evening. the only thing that was really new was his japanese investor which is a very interesting story. so i want to bring in ed henry in washington who knows all about this.
at least i hope henry does. because i don't know that much about it. but apparently this guy, as trump said, one of the richest guys in the world, lives in japan. he is going to pump 50 million in an initial investment. >> 50 billion with a b. that's why it's a bigger deal. he runs soft bank. and donald trump is saying as president-elect this will create 50,000 jobs in the united states. here's why that's a big deal. the dow has just closed at a record high for the 11th time since donald trump was elected president. that happened this afternoon. and so what you're seeing is someone who is about to take office with some momentum, with some wind at his back, if you will. and if he can continue to get international business folks to step up and say, look, i'm going to invest in america that is going to be a big deal number one, number two, here is what the mainstream america is going to talk about this speech tonight and what they are
not going to talk about. they are going to talk about in the days and hours ahead how this is all back to the campaign and donald trump needs the crowds and rallies and he feeds off that yes, true. but what they're not going to mention is that his rhetoric is also changing, bill. you heard there a very hopeful, optimistic, uplifting message, contrast that to the campaign rallies where it was darker. s it with a america is falling apart. now he is talking about the shift to governing, and that's very important. >> the soft bank deal, i want to get back to this for a moment. so he takes $50 billion, this japanese investor. we don't know where that's going yet. okay? >> no. >> so it's basically a pr thing at this point. there is no time line on it, when the money is going to come. but it's a psychological okay. the carrier thing worked out for trump. now he has attracted investment. you would assume very other wealthy banks abroad, particularly with the cut of the business tax in america,
you know, businesses can expand. they are going to need money to do the r and d to build the new plants, to build whatever they need. so all of this psychologicallyç helps trump about a month and a half before he even takes office. >> yeah, because it's two things. it's cutting the corporate tax rate as you said, which is something donald trump spelled out a little bit more at this rally about how important that is to him in the first 100 days to get some momentum on that in terms of working with congress. it's also the banks are talking about getting a lot of momentum there is a story in the "wall street journal" tonight about how they think banks will all of a sudden become a profit center again because of regulations. >> yeah. and so that sounds like pinheaded stuff. but regulation basically. >> it has a real impact. >> what happened was the obama administration basically told the banks what they could invest in and what they could not invest in. so the banks, basically, were left with, okay. anything i do, i have to
okay with washington. you assume trump will take that off. >> i will give you a real quick example. i was talking to the head of the community bankers in america who told me that when barack obama took offers there were roughly 8,000 community banks in america, now there are about 6,000. why did that happen? regulations on their back. >> invest and make money in their own community. why are they going to open up? trump has got some momentum and no doubt about it in the business world. we appreciate you staying up late for us. thank you. when we come back, we're going to talk about bowe bergdahl. this is a fascinating story because it centers around the government, a judge, allowing testimony of people, soldiers who served with bergdahl in afghanistan, whether they were hurt after he deserted. is it legal is on that case. we'll have that for you as the factor continues ♪ ♪
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tonight. bowe bergdahl is about to go on trial for desserting his unit in afghanistan. two soldiers were wounded searching for him after he left his post. now a judge will decide whether that evidence will be admitted in the case. with us our is it legal team kimberly guilfoyle and lis wiehl. why wouldn't a judge allow that in? that's part of the whole thing. >> actually i agree. let me ask you a question. judge might say it's not relevant to the charges. i don't agree with that the judge could say even if it's relevant it's so prejudicial it might harm his case and so there. >> of course it would harm his case. >> that's what's called good evidence, right? >> yeah. >> there is something in the law that says it's relevant.ç >> when is the judge going to make -- i understand it. but it's part of what happened. >> right. >> when is the judge supposed to make the decision? >> okay. so he can take his time essentially to make it. but december 16th is the next pre-trial hearing. >> right. >> he will make up his mind and give his ruling then. >> is he going to give his ruling on december 16th?
>> yes. yes, he. >> on this desertion thing. >> yes. here's the bottom line. this evidence is probative and i reel feel relevant. not going to be something too prejudicial. goes directly to the charge of misbehaving before the enemy. he is only asking -- the prosecutors only have two specific instances of officers and soldiers that were injured during this time. >> right. two of them. one was dead -- one was killed, right? >> right. one particular had -- was shot in the head. traumatic brain stroke and then survived and the other was morito struck in the right hand. >> the guy with the traumatic brain injury is still alive. >> yes. he ended up surviving. >> if you can't watch us last week, wiehl predicts that president obama will not pardon bowe bergdahl. >> correct. >> because the trial is going to be in april. the formal trial. and you, guilfoyle, predict he will pardon bowe bergdahl. >> correct. and you, o'reilly. >> who is always -- >> right.
>> thank you. >> because you two are agreeing with each other. >> and you predict. >> pardoned on last day in office. >> yes. i believe barack obama on his last day in office will pardon a whole bunch of people. >> no. well, yes, he will. >> including brian kilmeade. [ laughter ] >> for crimes -- can we get one for wiehl? >> i don't know about that. >> crimes against is it legal? >> president obama does not want this trial to go forward. particularly if that ruling december 16th says that this evidence, that the two soldiers were hurt searching for this deserter. >> the evidence will come in but i still maintain with my prediction that once obama said i have already stuck my neck out once, i'm not going to do it again. >> there were others that were injured and lost their lives. >> will not put up any money for charity to back up her assertion. ladies, thank you. mcguirk and kennedy on deck. mock sacrilege from the family guys show. and a woman blaming donald
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>> back of the book segment tonight. what the heck just happened. we're kind of tight on time tonight. weaver going to just do one story. the family guy thing is ridiculous show. now, here is kennedy. she is in for gutfeld and here is mcguirk. mcguirk, there is a woman in montana who says she can't date anymore because donald trump was elected. what is her basic premise? >> she is too distraught. she had a boyfriend. she had some kids and had a boyfriend and was actually dating him. she was going to have a dinner and going to have a romantic life and she decided to break it off because she is so upset over the election of donald trump. >> did the boyfriend vote
for trump or something? >> nothing to do with that outlook on life is so soured now. >> she can't interact. >> that's right. what has trump doneç not only improved the quality of life of carrier air conditioner employees, this boyfriend spared him this poor guy this emotionally unstable drama queen. >> get the point of view on the woman not wanting to date because trump is elected. >> what is wrong with this person? she in desperate need of mental healthcare. she was saying in august life to her a relationship with this man she said it was a buffet. so she objectified her romantic partner and hunk of man meat which i personally found offensive. >> did you not. [ laughter ] >> that's exactly what she was saying. that was the indication. >> don't you know in your circle, kennedy, and you know what that circle is. >> the circle of life, bill. >> women who are disstate route. madonna
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you might want to see that. again, thanks for watching us tonight. i'm bill o'reilly and please remember that the spin stops here. we're did he haefinitely lookinr you. breaking tonight, president-elect donald trump takes his thank you tour to north carolina and writes a bit of a new chapter for his plan for america promising to back global threats to beat those back and create new benefits for our veterans and new jobs for u.s. workers. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm in for megyn kelly. thanks for joining us. in a speech before a crowd of mostly military families in north carolina, mr. trump a little bit late bad weather as they came into the state of north carolina. he got to the stage and vowed to focus on defeating terrorism, destroying isis, and at one point as we expected he brought general james mattis onto the stage.