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secretary plans to recommend a new navy secretary to president trump in the coming days. another item to look for to this week. we'll cover cover it all on fox news channel. i will see you tomorrow one college honoring white privilege month. what does that actually mean? so you are not white? >> i my telling, i'm american. >> so is it better to have america privilege than white privilege? >> waters world begins right
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now. welcome to waters world from d.c. i'm jesse waters. fake news media thought they had president trump on the ropes. the ministration was a chaos with leaks everywhere until the commander-in-chief call the press conference the flew down to florida despite the football and then double down and cpac. >> we are fighting the fake news. it is fake, phony, fake. a few days ago i called the fake news the enemy of the people, and they are. the have no sources, they just make them up when there are done. the dishonest media did not explain that i called the fake news the enemy of the people. the fake news. they dropped off the word fake. all of a sudden the story became the media is the enemy. they take the word fake out. i am not
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am not against the media, i'm not against the press come i don't mind bad stories if i deserve them. but i am only against the fake news media or press. they shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless the you somebody's name. but there may be put out there. a source says that donald trump is a horrible human being. let them say to my face, i love the the first amendment, nobody loves it better than me. the first amendment gives it to all of us, you, me, me, all americans the right to speak our minds freely. it gives you the right and me the right to criticize fake dues. >> so this is throwing the press into a complete tailspin. >> he's trying to undermine the media make up his own facts and it could be that while unemployment in the economy
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worsens he could have undermined the messaging so much that he can actually control exactly what people think. that is our job. >> did you hear that, she just resealed revealed how the root look at the public. instead of the fox news model, we, we report you to say, the fake news media model is, we control what you think. that's because the media does not trust average americans. if they do, they wouldn't have to lie. but they realize the fake news could not stop donald trump so they kicked it up a notch. >> fake quotes. here is april ryan. [inaudible] when he was chair he said things like. [inaudible] >> why would you say that.
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don't you think of donald trump actually said white americans built this country we have heard that before. because he didn't. here's what he actually said. >> we are people that built this country made this country great. we are all together and we want to get along with everybody. >> so here you have the media concocting fake racist quotes. but it gets worse. abundance and capable and capable of grasping his best appeal resort to -- >> when he said today america first it was not just a racial background to but it was the message. >> when he says the media is the enemy of the people where he sounds more like mussolini or lennon which obviously causes concern, that phrase there makes him sound more like a dictator and training.
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nbc news hitting the trifecta. congratulations. hitler, mussolini, pathetic. trump has been in office a month these dictators have killed millions of people. the only thing trump has killed our regulations. it is front front and center on the ends of many journalists predicting he will incite violence inane than homicide. >> someone who is durational here the language and take action against a journalist either at a rally or in a private setting. somebody's going to get hurt. just like in every other dynamic of my 50 you take someone who has a legitimate reason to be upset and you pump them up and it starts to become a call to action somebody will get hurt. >> the last time i checked it was the democrats causing violence against the election. democrats in berkeley and black lives matter inspired maniac shooting inspired police officers in dallas.
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so now we reached the boy who cried wolf stage. they're destroying whatever little credibility they have left when trump undertakes action and deserves criticism. nobody will listen to them anymore. that's what's dangerous. not trumps quips on the stump. here's how steve bannon assessed the situation. >> just like there are wrong on the campaign just like they were wrong on the transition, they're wrong about what's going on today. there globalist media that are opposed to an economic nationalist agenda like donald trump has. as i could sputter there gonna continue to fight. where is this headed? here's fox news so you have
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white house correspondence making up a fake donald trump quotes. you have to understand why he's angry with these people. >> i can't speak to her he got the quote from. >> from nowhere because it wasn't true. >> let's talk about this. for the past two years donald trump is run for president. he has had falsehoods and made things up like the bowling green massacre or the terrorist attack in sweden. >> wait a minute. he same things are crazy in sweden you would have to admit that. even though it is lower in sweden now than it was before let me make my point. the .. is this. he says these things everything he can agree is newsworthy it doesn't put out falsehoods that
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is false. the synonym for false is fake. so this white this white house traffics in fake news. you can't criticize it if you traffic in it and benefited from it. >> so what he seems to be saying is that he can exaggerate that gives the mainstream media the right to exaggerate as well. is that how you think of this? >> richard, why will you denounce what april ryan said. why is that she criticize by anybody in the media? i don't know where she got the quote from and i think she should source the quote. this has less to do with april ryan and more to do about the cpac. he said you need to release their names. this president has tweeted information that was leaked and said sources are saying or journalists are saying they depend upon confidential sources to reveal information.
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i want to get back to that. then go ahead. in these cases here's the problem. april ryan is wrong. she cannot produce a quote. she will not apologize. she will not retract. her publications will not reprimand her. these mistakes mistakes will keep happening over and over unless there is accountability and unless the media as a whole says you are representing us poorly, your allowing donald trump to use a broad brush to say everything is fake because of mistakes like that. or when the press said the press was going to deploy 100,000 national guard troops to round up illegal aliens. it was completely wrong. when this keep happening it gives them the excuse to use the brush and say fake news all over the place. they're not calling out these people for getting it wrong.
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it's not just creating flight", some of the commentary and we placed it at the top. when you have journalist on major networks same trump is like hitler or mussolini or like lenin, you think that's responsible journalism? >> my point joe is not a journalist, he's a republican operative that turns into -- >> so you would approve of fox news commentator calling president obama hitler. >> it was done. >> wait a second. what fox news commentator called obama hitler it is a job of us pundits to make opinions. we say our opinion i never said that president trump was muslim, hitler hitler or stalin. but i think pundits can say
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that. if you say crazy stuff you can't really stand the air. i'll give you the last word. >> there are five examples after the inauguration speech of reporters including abc news who refer to the president in terms who called it dark and went personal. this is the last word he said american carnage, look it up in the dictionary. so that gives the reporter the right to calm hitler? it's not true. he's talking about things in chicago others cream right. >> thick cream right there is lower than it has been. >> a seven people shot in chicago the other day. >> i'm not saying. [inaudible] crime rate in the united states is down. that's not true. >> it's down across the country. [inaudible]
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we have to go. i'm not, i talked to some illegal aliens in new york city. >> did you come here legally or illegally. >> illegal. >> was a difficult across the border? >> no. >> it's. >> it's white privilege month in college. we investigate ♪ hi, i'm frank. i take movantik for oic, opioid-induced constipation. had a bad back injury, my doctor prescribed opioids
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diblasio's century city policies. we traveled to the bronx to talk to some illegal immigrants. where you from? >> mexico. >> dominican republic. >> chilly. >> dominican republic. >> did you come here legally or illegally? >> illegal. >> legal. >> are you trying to become legal? did you cross the border? forty years ago. how much did a cost to pay that quietly? >> that's pretty expensive how long have you been in america?
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>> tenures 29 years. did you cross the border into what state? was it difficult. >> no do you respect immigration law? no. >> what you think we should do about illegal immigration? >> round them up and ship them out. they're taking our our jobs and it is not fair. what do you think america should do about illegal immigration? even if you break the law? no. >> if you're illegal and commit a crime should you stay? >> no you have to go back. >> if you come here illegally then you have to go back. >> to think anybody should come to this country?
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>> as long as the paperwork is good. even if you're an illegal immigrant america should help you out? >> yes, we are all human. >> very good people are working. >> do you like trump? no. >> are you scared of him? >> no. are are you afraid of trump? >> no. >> yes. >> why? >> i think trump is more of a celebrity in his not politically fit. >> are people worried about trump kicking down doors. >> yes. >> he jumped the ship not everybody's an illegal alien. something off work their whole life to come here to have a better life. we should be able to judge who can come and who can't. >> do you like bill diblasio, the mayor? >> no do you know who i am?
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>> with all eyes on cpac there was standing room only crowd at the conference. >> there's never been anything like this. there's been some movements but nothing like this. there's been some movements that petered out like bernie. petered out. but it was a little raked against him. superdelegate, the core conviction of our movement is that we are nation that put on well put its own citizens first grade we are building the wall. it's going to start soon. way ahead of schedule. remember, we are getting the bad ones out. these are bad dudes. i center a from day one. all i have done is keep my promise. >> i also attended cpac this
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week when i got some face time with some of trump's inner circle. >> tell me the truth. has the conservative movement and donald trump buried the hatchet? >> i think conservatives are energized and excited. we have the opportunity to accomplish what we been a talking about about for years. we been given something historic. republican control of the white house, both houses of congress. now we have to deliver. >> when will we see some action? >> it we seen action in the first month. i think the cabinet nominations are very strong. an all-star cabinet. the supreme court nominee is strong. and the executive actions we've seen from the president have been bold and decisive.
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>> the media is scrambling for answers the state. you set aside the anger and range what is it about the disaster that is obama care? democrats who lost voters for generations. >> the president's presidents fakeness attack has been driving the press crazy. what is going on right now with these guys in the media? >> is something they neither anticipated or wanted. there has been adjustment. there's been anger and denial stages were trying to get into the except in stages. do you think you'll ever get there with the press? >> i don't think it's a blanket statement, but he does see false misery and that's an accurate. it's incomplete. >> we we are fighting the fake
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news. phony. this incomplete coverage, all of these great stories of the first month of action and impact that are being told. this president is using twitter and social media platforms and he's cutting out the middleman. >> and the president will tell stories on tuesday at the state of the union. these sessions are usually boring. can you promise the trump address will not be boring. >> at the trump address will not be boring because donald trump is not boring. >> to believe some of the fake news stories are designed because personally the members of the media dislike this president so much? >> i think in some cases that's case. i think are looking for clicks and trying to make it the most sensational. >> you think it's about money? >> there's a combination of
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motives. they wrote at the end of it, update, the white the white house denies it. the story that came out said steve be added had been at the department of homeland security. instead of retracting and issuing an apology we didn't deny it. it was false. it shows you they have no interest in getting out the truth. >> just don't smash anyone with a podium. >> the soup super soaker might come out. >> still to come, white privilege month and what does that mean? plus. >> wait one second mr. carlson. there's a high-pitched laugh, appreciate that. >> will see what he really thought of that interview and much more when we come back.
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>> president donald trump kicking off a busy week in the white house. senate confirmations expected for wilbur, the nominee for the secretary of commerce. on tuesday show is a vision of moving america forward president trump expected to let his groundwork for working with congress including tax reform, cutting spending and strengthening the military. we'll bring you that live on tuesday night and on wednesday it's take to an immigration. they expect issue a new executive order on extreme vetting. two trump administration officials are telling fox news dozens of staff members had to turn over their cell phones to have them searched. the latest news and trying to find whose leaking information from the white house staff to
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the media. we are five weeks into president trumps administration. still his critics cannot seem to accept the outcome of the election. there there is protesting and vetting their anger and social media. tv networks including our own have given the opportunity to speak their minds like this protester. >> actually millions and millions to stop hitler. >> so people should have done. the shameful. >> i know it's a shameful. i know you love to carry water for this criminal. this war criminal. >> they seem to attract all kind of kooks. in the man is here to tell us
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how he processes these people. if you want to call trump hitler you go on your show. that's where you go. >> i want to understand what's going on. the conversations are not that fruitful because it's a primal scream. why are people so agitated by him. i know people disagree with his views but why the gut reaction of hysteria is it real or a political tactic. i want to get to the bottom of it. >> when they say trump is hitler didn't have anything to back it up or do they say hitler and think they made the point. >> i think they're not saying he's evil what they're saying i'm virtuous. this is a way to post-christian society for people to proclaim their good people. i serve the poor, go to church, i believe in jesus, going jesus, going to heaven when i die.
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your evil and i'm a good person now we also have a dear friend from the washington post going up against tucker carlson. >> here's the last one. wait one second. there's a high-pitched laugh, i appreciate that. there are few, if any news organizations that allow their in-house media reporter to do as much coverage of their own as fred and marty allow me to do. and here's some examples. >> so a guy with hair like that should not be criticizing anybody for having a high-pitched laugh. what was that about? >> his newspaper attacked others for being puppets of putin.
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yet they have run up propaganda section written by the russian government. if you're going to be the fearless critic of american media you ought to be able to turn the lens. he sucks up to the people who pay his check every week. he attacks everyone else from his moral perch. he couldn't answer a single question. not a high-pitched laugh or not. he's kind of a creepy guy. he goes up to me at places and says oh jesse waters, anomaly get out of here. what kind of parties to go to? also there's this crazy protester who is a teacher, you went head-to-head with her, let's see what happened. >> if there is a student in your
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class who started espousing fascism and he said you need to leave and be quiet and he didn't leave would you hit them? would you be up? a court of course not. were talking about people who, in sacramento there were fascists who had knives tied at the ends of sticks and they stabbed people. >> first of all, do you believe there is people with sticks and knives at the end of them poking people? >> it we have the video of it and played it. she went up to an on armed spanish started punching him. she's a fierce one. the point is, there's nothing at her in strain on the left, i think it's useful to -- people think we are to highlight the seven the average person knows this is happening. it's not going to wind up in a good place. >> when you hear someone say okay with violence and they come on the show on a spouse i, to to
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know there going to say that before hand or are you winging it. i can't believe what these people are tel look on your face is priceless. it's like a shocked look of disbelief. >> and 47 years old. i didn't grow didn't grow up in a country like this. i grab where people disagreed with each other but they always acknowledged the other person's right to so they thought. that we said violence is a separate thing. things have changed so much and so fast that i'm bewildered. >> it looks like you're bewildered. you're showing that emotion. graduate student and writer at nyu one at you for a ride they had against the conservative in manhattan. take a look. >> if i were to go to a rally and people were set pigs in a blanket fry like bacon about police officers advocating the killing of cops, you would say
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that's unacceptable. >> i'm saying that if they want have a discussion about please prepare. >> if they were to use that phrase. >> i'm not interested in the phrase. because you have no principles that's why. all the things he been saying are totally untrue. >> that was so mean to say he has no principle. yet you're a mean person. >> he was going on about how some guy he disagrees with is a fascist and a danger to our society. in his words inspire violence. so i said the obvious point is you have people advocating for killing of cops what you make of that. because he had no principles he couldn't respond. he's a student. how can how can you be to be a student? >> this is why people stay in school for so long. good luck next week. next, the republican party
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united under president trump. i get get the answers from the leading conservatives that cpac. then i clue students wear white privilege has become a hot topic on campus. >> how did obama become president in fact, safe drivers who switch from geico to esurance could save hundreds. so if you switch to esurance, saving is a pretty safe bet. auto and home insurance for the modern world. esurance. an allstate company. click or call. no one burns on my watch! try alka seltzer heartburn relief chews. they work fast and don't taste chalky. mmmmm...amazing. i have heartburn. alka seltzer heartburn relief chews. enjoy the relief.
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>> paper, pencils pencils and privilege, that's right. democratic student leaders in pennsylvania as their peers and professors to wear white pens to bring attention to white privilege. we wondered if their campaign would cause more division instead of bringing people together. we traveled to pennsylvania to see what it was about. >> why are you wearing a white privilege button? >> i'm acknowledging that i have white privilege because my skintone is white. you look a little flushed not completely white sumac, barest. >> what is white privilege? i don't know if i'm qualified to answer that question. >> white privilege month at school how do you feel about
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that? nobody really killers. white privilege is a myth. i think your taken away from black history month. >> that's an interesting question. i don't think i'd be turned down for a job or anything like that for my skin,. >> i turn you down for your hair. >> how does it feel to have white privilege. >> could be in white i don't necessarily feel it. i think it's something others are noticing. >> you don't know that your white? >> i know i'm white. maybe if they look at me and i dress a certain way and i look like i'm a thug or something. there you go. i might look like the bad guy. if you could change your race would you do it? >> no, so you like your white privilege?
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>> that's a good one. that's a double-sided coin. do you believe white privilege exists in this. >> yes. >> and how did obama become president? >> it's easier in america to be white but i don't believe in white privilege. >> is it easier to be white on the dance floor? >> i can't dance to save my life. i trip over patterns of the carpet. >> to feel guilty about your white privilege? >> sometimes but it's just a part of me. i would not change the fact that i'm white. >> so you're not white? >> i'm italian i'm american. >> so is it better to have american privilege than white privilege. >> i'm going to stop now. >> where doing so well. >> joining me now is the editor of the "daily caller" as well as
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the author of the brand-new book, no campus for white men. scott greer. i talked to college students and i don't even understand what white privileges, can you explain it to me. >> it's a term these for all caucasians women in american and how we have inherent social privileges such as they can walk into a mall and security will behind them. >> why won't security i me? >> according to the theory is that they only give more attention and that hurts their life. so they call it invisible you really can't legislate about policy. i don't know how wearing that would change anything about it. it's just making you look silly. and when he put the puzzle pieces together. >> assuming there is a little
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white privilege, let's just take that for granted, what am i supposed to feel, guilty about that? >> that's what they want to feel. the purpose is that elizabethtown's were putting this shore shame for white privilege. we to determine our color scanner birth. we say i want want to be white to have this privilege. you have no control over it yet people are swiss be feeling about it. >> what are you supposed to be doing about it? >> i outlined in my book all the examples of how it's making what people feel bad for these privileges. now we have hillary clinton campaigning on i do have white privilege which is what are we supposed to do about that.
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>> i think white privilege does exist but there is no white privilege on the basketball court. when i play a can't jump. i can do is shoot. i'm a mess out there. >> everybody a life hazard difficulties to overcome. some people have benefits or bandages that others have. reducing it to racial thing creates more division. it makes them worse. it's keeping things around that we shouldn't have. >> there is handsome privilege, tall privilege, i think everyone is privileged in one way or another. i don't feel that guilty about it. a big uproar this week after milo was booted from cpac. what was his reaction? >> cpac gave milo the boot. good idea or bad? >> i think it was a good idea.
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>> donald trump's action said lester cpac raise questions and what that would mean that this year's convention. he headlined it. the bigger headline from cpac earlier in the week have become the last-minute cancellation of firebrand milo after video surface showing him defending pedophilia. he has since apologized but that
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wasn't enough. i was there with reaction to milo and everything else. >> what is the vibe right now and see pack? >> young people deciding people are happy there's winning going on. so much they're not sick of it yet. it's like the super bowl for conservatives. >> hopefully janet jackson does not reveal anything here. are conservatives united right now? >> i think the more crazy the left gets its are not to be united. >> know, if you you think back to the year go at this conference donald trump didn't show up because he was afraid of the response of the conservative movement. now he's their hero. >> fake news the dominating, do you feel sorry for the press at all? >> no. they did to themselves. >> it trump has a loose relationship with the truth a lot of the time. the media is incompetent to hold him accountable until the truth. so many folks are so i'm hostile
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to him they're willing to believe the worst things about him and rush that to the air, russia to print without trekking twice. and putting up fake news which sets him up for the volleyball spike right in their faces. >> cpac gave milo the boot. good idea or bad? >> it definitely a good idea, sweet lord almighty. what were you thinking? >> he messed up in a big way. he's a wild man and i love him. when you are while meant and go off the deep end. >> do you like while my? yes. >> and politics? >> yes. >> what you think cpac booked him to begin with? because we can work together on the free speech issue.
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that's a hot topic. should he be headlining a conservative event? i don't think so. >> and he recover from this week? >> it depends on what you mean. do i think somebody will publishes both, yes. i think it will sell copies, probably. will he be he be back in the mainstream conservativism anytime soon, i'm more dubious about it. >> always remember one thing. i'm waterson this is my world. speemac's a tune, viewer speaks of the week when we come back. stronger or longer what pain? advil. batteries you can trust against the ear hair you can't. without them you're conducting business with an armpit on the side of your head. that's not just some battery. that's a duracell battery. that's a power you can trust.
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james says, you are the most stupidest person, you need to be a toll collector on the parkway. and you need a grammar lesson. jeff and tweets, jesse, corey and i cannot decide if you're funny and smart or if the morons you interview just make you look like you are. i think it is a little bit of both. and cp says i enjoy your show but as warmer weather approaches can you chill with the popping of your collars, i can't support it. actually i cannot chill with that. as a matter fact i'm going to be at the daytona 500 this weekend and the o'reilly factor on monday night. waters world color will be popped. send me your thoughts on the show, your comments man's up on air. you can reach me on facebook him instagram and twitter. i want to let you know we have a very big in store for you for next week. trust me. you do do not want to
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miss it. huge. with that the show is over. justice with the judge at janine is up next. always remember, i'm waters on this is my world world. judge jeanine: right now on "justice." >> we tried to set the record straight. judge jeanine: i get answers from the white house from press secretary sean spicer on reports he tried to ban media outlets from a press gaggle. we'll talk about illegal immigration and the president's first month. one thing is for sure. when anne and i are on deck, there is no room for equivocation. later, i visit cpac in washington. build that wall. i will ask


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