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>> jenna: melissa francis will be her at the 1:00 hour. >> jon: "outnumbered" starts right now >> sandra: fox news alert, president trump getting high praise for his first address to a joint session of congress. gone were the dark rhetoric of his inauguration speech and his signature attack on the media and his political adversaries. in their face, the appeals to the hopes and dreams of every american as he laid out his vision for the nation. this is "outnumbered," i'm sandra smith. here today, harris faulkner, meghan mccain, fox news legal analyst, sp 29 is here, and it two days one lucky guy, the opinion page editor for
"the washington times," charlie hurt is on the sofa and he is outnumbered. >> charlie: i disagree with a lot of people. i don't think the inaugural speech was particularly dark. i think he is given a lot of good speeches, but that was definitely his best one. >> sandra: judge, good to have you here. the >> jeanine: thank you. i was really overwhelmed. when will he be presidential? when will it happen? this man was so presidential, so focused, so clear, so concise, and he never really came off of -- >> sandra: many are calling a pivotal moment for the commander-in-chief. it president trump, again and again, heading optimism and hop hope. by many accounts, the president delivered. watch. >> president trump: each american generation passes the
torch of truth, liberty and justice, and an unbroken chain, all the way down to the president. that torch is now in our hands, and we will use it to light up the world. a new national pride is a sweeping across our nation. and a new surge of optimism is placing impossible dreams firmly within our grasp. what we are witnessing today is the renewal of the american spirit. our allies will find that america is once again, ready to lead. we just need the courage to share the dreams that fill our hearts. the bravery to express the hopes that set our souls and a confidence to turn those hopes and those dreams into action. from now on, america will be empowered by our aspirations, not burdened our fears. i am asking everyone watching
tonight to cease this moment, believe in yourselves, believe in your future, and believe once more in america. thank you. god bless you, and god bless the united states. a [applause] a >> sandra: in the meantime, opinion appears divided on whether we are seeing a new president trump. >> this speech really didn't reset something and there was an article this moaning that's a donald trump now has a chance to reset his presidency, which i thought was a little premature, given it has only been 36 days or something he's been in office, but i think he had done that. >> president trump had a good night, but i agree with others on the panel. i think it's too soon to say that we are and donald trump 2.0. tomorrow when he wakes up, when there's a present story that he doesn't like, when he gets some pushback from republicans on something, we will see.
>> sandra: judge, i'm going back to you, because you clearly are showing her excitement over this speech. what is the reset for the president? >> jeanine: i think for those people who don't understand who donald trump is, they now know that the president of the united states, by starting with recognizing the end of black history month, recognizing that the destruction of the jewish cemeteries is not going to be tolerated, now is, hopefully, he is trying to convince people that he is fair, he is rational, and he is just. it's the tone that i think made the difference. there is not that much in the speech itself that changed what he has been saying for the last year or year and a half, other than the immigration issue, which i think we will get to. the tone in the presentation, it was presidential. >> sandra: some were comparing
it to his inauguration speech, joe trippi said why couldn't and have been his inauguration speech? >> charlie: i think the inauguration speech was a tough speech, because it was his first speech to washington where he said it look at, what i said on the campaign trail, i meant, and i'm going to keep all these promises. that was a very important thing to do, but also, that speech last night, there is a lot of toughness in it. one of my fame favorite lines, it's on not my job to present e world. what a change that is from republicans who believe in remaking the world and president obama who in 2009, said, he went to egypt and it said one of my jobs as president is to correct the am wherever they appear. this is a totally different. >> sandra: you wonder if he won over a few more people who are skeptical of the president. some were asking a question about how president trump's speech made you feel about the direction of the country.
at 69% said they made them feel more optimistic. at 28%, more pessimistic. megan, you have not always supported donald trump for the campaign process. you did eventually come around. did this further strengthen your report for the president? >> meghan: i wasn't so pleased with the president last night. he more than lived up to expectations. it was a lot more ronald reagan. of course, this was the attitude i would like to see going forward. a policy wise, it wasn't terribly different than when he's been saying on the campaign trail, what context does matter. for me, it is reassurance that he does respect the tradition of washington, d.c., of being president, which up until this point, i wasn't entirely sure he dead, and i thought it was a home run all all the way around. >> harris: i went to pick your brain a little bit more, charlie. one of the things i was watching during the speech, were the areas he could actually get things done. a speeches are great, but results are what america is waiting for.
that's why you voted to see change like this. you mentioned a couple of areas where republicans might not be behind him. he mentioned medicaid, medicare, social security, i'm looking for the poker face behind him with speaker paul ryan. what he's going to do for families, parents. >> charlie: i felt like last night, he stole the idea of health care from democrats. i felt like they realized it. he pretrade obamacare as being disastrous, he lured so many people into it. he said we won't leave those americans who got suckered into obamacare to struggle on their own, we are going to help them out of it, and that's not particularly conservative or republican. >> harris: i'm curious, how do you get things done?
>> charlie: whether that's enough to fix with obamacare, -- >> sandra: obviously, there were some stand out moments in that speech last night. the only tweet he has sent out. "thank you." >> jeanine: i was going to mention that he hadn't tweeted in a while. that kind of help to the speech in itself. everyone was listening and wondering what's been going on. what i liked about the speech, he spoke to everyone. when he talked about paid leave and family leave, he spoke to the issues that ivanka is going to be addressing.
the military, and immigrates, and a compromise as well as america first. he used amazing language. i think he co-opted a lot of this stuff. >> sandra: speaking of standout moments, you mention the military, the obvious standout moment of when he honored the widow of the navy seal. >> meghan: i couldn't handle it, i started tearing up and i have a cold, dark heart. i was getting emotional in my bedroom alone. i couldn't handle it. i think it was the greatest moment of it as a administration so far, even though it's only 36 days old. you have to be a complete and a total you know what to not be moved by that moment. i wasn't so pleasantly surprised and so many ways, whether or not the base like his speech, i didn't like his inauguration
speech. when you're talking about the darker tones, it's much more nationalistic than i am, but i thought the proof is in the pudding. almost 70% of the public responded positively to it. >> harris: it was above politics, it was a heart yoking moment, and i think it will be talked about for years to come. >> jeanine: isn't it refreshing that we are now recognizing the people in the military, the widows who lost their loved ones and now there is american pride. in spite of some of the languag language, the president can actually use national pride and talk about that without people getting hysterical. it's tone, it's delivery. >> sandra: charlie hurt, thank you for being here. let's move on. as we just mentioned, one of the most memorable moments from last
night was on president trump pay tribute to the widow of a navy seal. he was killed in a raid last month. she got a standing ovation that lasted more than 2 minutes. some liberals are not happy with it. if mr. trump, making an appeal for unity and bipartisanship. democrats remain skeptical, whether they'll ever be able to actually work together. this before democrats and republicans it should get together and unite for the good of our country and for the good of the american people you don't let anything keep you sidelined. that's why you drink ensure. with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. for the strength and energy to get back to doing... ...what you love. ensure. always be you. here you go.picking up for kyle. you wouldn't put up with part of a pizza. um. something wrong? so when it comes to pain relievers, why put up with just part of a day?
>> sandra: fox news alert, you are looking at the dow surging today after president trump's big speech last night. look up the optimism in the u.s. stock market, that's a jump away above 21,000, we are looking at 21,000, 119. stephen nugent just did a interview. the stock market had the highs of the session. we are watching. >> harris: president trump reached across the political aisle in a speech to congress last night and called for unity
and bipartisanship. it was before i'm here tonight to deliver a message of unity and strength and it's a message deeply delivered from my heart. why not join forces and finally get the job done and get it done right? democrats and republicans should get together and unite for the good of our country. and for the good of the american people. we must build bridges of cooperation and trust, not drive the wedge of disunity. true love for our people requires up to find common ground. and to cooperate on behalf of every american job, who deserves a much brighter future. the time for small thinking is over. the time for trivial fights is behind us. >> harris: some democrats were not having it. a group of women on the caucus
were white in solidarity with women suffrage and to protest the president. others boycotted that i'll handshake that is traditional as he enters the hall. democrats with enthusiasm, clapped and gave a standing ovation so far less than their republican counterparts. here's a reaction from chuck schumer and nancy pelosi just this morning. >> he's given a whole lot of speeches and we've seen that the speeches and the reality don't match. al say yes when he comes up with something that is really working for people and he says i want to work with democrats. >> it's clearly a bait and switch speech. the president talks a good talk. all we have is rhetoric, we don't have reality in terms of legislation where we can work together. we haven't seen any place to work with the other. >> harris: judge, it seems that the president was throwing on the goblin of love. he said true love for our people requires us to find common
ground. who would have describe that? >> jeanine: some democrats, clearly. he was speaking to the american people when he said looking, the time for all these trivial fights is over. basically saying, you guys lost, get over it. we work for the american people. this speech, i think will convince the american people that he's got an agenda that they have. when you see the stock market and it jobs, nancy pelosi saying that it's separate from reality, when the president tried to get jobs from carrier before he was even in the white house. >> harris: you see some members saying from inside the democratic party, charlie, that that was presidential last night. if they have a problem on their hands with the democrats. they are struggling right now. if all their opposition as to the guy who stood up to be presidential, that gets complicated for them. >> charlie: they have severe problems, none of which is that
nancy pelosi is still the house minority leader. the thing that is sort of interesting, it may have been something about the setting brings that out, it makes people look at him a new but a lot of this bipartisan, reaching across the aisle, even during the campaign, he said it peppered with a lot of other stuff and a lot more cantankerous stuff, but he has set all those things before. i think it's the first time, not the first time he's reached across the aisle, but maybe the first time he's broken through. >> harris: real quickly, we want to get to this, because i want to show this to everybody in case they missed it. there were no audible sounds, per the rules democrats can make, but did you see this? this before tonight i also calling on this congress to repeal and replace obamacare. [applause]
>> harris: i think i did hear some audibles. >> charlie: let's talk about su. because their female candidate didn't get through and they didn't get to vote for a woman? >> meghan: i'm not saying this to be trite. i legitimately don't understand what they want what the women suffrage movement, because i know it's a feminist movement. and it's tied up with being pro-choice and abortion, but that's we are talking about? you are not representing 50% of the women in america. i don't understand what rights i don't have as a woman, other than you're angry that a woman didn't become president. it has nothing to do with gender, it doesn't have to do with you putting up a historically horrible candidate, and i'm offended that you think you are present all women in the country. either not at all.
i assure you, if you're going on tv talking about how the government should pay for birth control, we should fund planned parenthood, there is 50% of the american woman who are out. it angers me. >> harris: does this fit in that same box of the women's march resigned? >> jeanine: i kept saying what are they complaining about? by the way, it's reminiscent of the 1900s when the suffragettes were white. the problem right now is that they are so angry that they lost, that women will lose more votes or they will lose more rights. every time the president talked about promising to save jobs, putting america first, women entrepreneurs, these women were thumbs down, thumbs down. >> meghan: government-funded
planned parenthood leave, which i'm against, and i don't understand why donald trump would give you more than hillary clinton, why these women represent all women in america. >> sandra: i go back to charlie's comment. it looks like they were all sucking on lemons during the speech. nancy pelosi -- her body language never looked like she walked into that room with an open mind. like she was going to listen and digest the speech any different than her preconceived notion of what he was going to say. her big thing, she released a statement, there is no job bill. that's her new thing. of course the white house's response to that is that's not how we are creating jobs. we are plummeting tax reform. government doesn't create jobs. up but nancy pelosi is going to stick to that point. >> meghan: they all look like they're waiting to get a root canal the entire time. >> harris: we only see this at the state of the union, this is
earlier than that. at this is just a joint session conversation at the had last night, it's never warm and fuzzy for whichever party is out of power. it's never like that. this is exceptional but they were all dressed in one color and thumbing the president. >> jeanine: they don't speak for all women, but when you think about it, you have the president of the united states, he is optimistic and his speech and he's looking at all of these women and white who were there to nay say anything he says with thumbs down, and yet he was able to keep delivering and ignoring that negativity in the room. >> meghan: it's about abortion and made should be intellectually honest with their statements. then came the democratic rebuttal from steve in a diner and middle america. >> as a candidate, promised to be a champion for families struggling to make ends meet. i hope you live up to that
promise. one of your very first executive orders makes it harder for those families to even afford a mortgage and even more troubling, you and your republican allies in congress seem determined to rip affordable health insurance from millions of americans who most need it. our political system is broken. it's broken because too many of our leaders think it's all about them. >> meghan: that response getting panned by both the right and the left. >> the democratic party it's at its lowest point of power in this country since the 1920s. at the democratic response was made by 72-year-old, or retired governor from kentucky, not by kamala harris, not by the castro brothers, not by anyone who has a future in the actual democratic party, just amazing
ineptitude for a party out of power like the democrats are. >> the response is always trouble, it's always bad. whenever you try to do something study and small like this, it ends up looking stunting and small. >> jeanine: that's amazing when rachel maddow and van jones as well. this speech was all about what we needed to hear. what we want, we want security on what we want jobs, we want to make sure that we have health care, but the man has delivered it in a way that made sense. >> harris: you mentioned van jones, he was one of the people who said the president was presidential and he said he became a president last night. again, i think that's extremely calm located for democrats. when you look at the total picture, where are we today, because that's what really matters. >> charlie: was astonishing to me is that they couldn't find an
actual elected democrat to deliver the response. >> harris: that's my question, where is the future? a >> charlie: he called himself on republican first and then he started talking about fiscal responsibility and all these things you never hear it chuck schumer or nancy pelosi talk about. >> jeanine: what doesn't make sense to me is that there has to be loads democrats who want to criticize him, so why him? >> meghan: they do have talent, which we talk about on the couch. democrats who have won an overwhelmingly red states that trump one, why aren't you putting people like that up? he has us of an extant, great, we'll put him on tv. >> harris: he doesn't threaten anybody inside the party. remember, this has had a race for dnc with ten candidates. they couldn't put up that many people to take on hillary before the primaries were over.
>> meghan: i was absolutely flabbergasted, it was something out of south park it, it so bad. they have people they can use and it you'll this retired man. >> charlie: also, because they don't want to have a hard discussion about what is our party about. you're right, it's a couple of very specific issues and it's not about a large, cohesive vision, whereas, with donald trump, we saw his party is about a very large, cohesive vision. >> sandra: if he couldn't win over rachel maddow, i don't know if he was effective in winning over anybody. >> meghan: pretty bleak if you can't win her over. it before speech, president trump indicated he could shift his immigration stance. when he got to the podium, he doubled down on his hard line stance. as the white house sending mixed messages?
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♪ >> harris: what do you do one day after your big speech? president trump is meeting with republican leaders at the white house amid growing questions on his stance on emigration. yesterday, the president said he could do was considering a path to citizenship for some immigrants. in his address to congress, he stuck with more of a hard line, doubling down on his call to boost deportations and enforce the law. >> president trump: by finally enforcing our immigration laws, we will raise wages, help the unemployed, save billions and billions of dollars, and make our communities safer for everyone. we want all americans to succeed, but that can't happen in an environment of lawless chaos. we must restore integrity and
the rule of law at our borders. we must support the victims of crime. i have ordered the department of homeland security to create an office to serve american victim victims. the office is called voice. it victims of immigration crime engagement. we are providing a voice to those who have been ignored and silenced by special interests. [applause] >> harris: we are having a little bit of discussion on the couch while that was rolling. you caught some wording that stood out to you that needed to be changed by the president. what was that? >> charlie: any time you interchange immigration with illegal aliens, it's a problem. we are a country of immigrants. it's the illegal part that is the problem.
you know who also doesn't like illegal aliens coming into the country and going around? legal immigrants. i can't remember who said this, even people who are here illegally, there still a pathway to citizenship. get in line and do it right. >> harris: that was the word you thought he needed to slip in there, that that policy was per illegal immigration. >> charlie: all politicians make that mistake. >> harris: talked about how what he said last night was different, because it sounded consistent with their legality of what can be done. >> jeanine: we still heard the concept of we can't have illegal immigrants here who are committing crimes, we can't have an environment of chaos, we have to have law & order. what he said that was different, there is a pathway for the dreamers, and recognizing that immigration is probably going to
be one of the signature issues, he has got to compromise. it was a start. >> harris: >> sandra: he saw tho reporters before the speech, but it's a mixed message. can he get away with that? >> jeanine: i think he absolutely can. it >> sandra: i saw some jumping points for democrats to come and take off their white dresses and the thumbs down. >> jeanine: and has to be compromised. he said that when he was talking about immigration. >> harris: , all before we get to this next part, meghan, merit based immigration policy. let's watch. >> president trump: switching away from this current system of lower skilled immigration and instead adopting a merit-based system, we will have so many more benefits. it will save countless dollars, raise workers wages, and help struggling families, including immigrant families, enter the
middle class. >> harris: i thought there was a new language from the president last night. >> meghan: this is politically tricky for him, because he did run and when being a hard-line immigration person. he had the most aggressive rhetoric we had ever heard. i think he will lose his base talking about comprehensive immigration. i think immigrants will never be pleased unless you give every immigrant legal citizenship. >> jeanine: i think the american people are tired of this issue, from bush, to obama, they are saying it's time to put this issue away, we've got to get rid of the worst of the worst, and it let's just deal with the fact that the dreamers who are brought here as little kids, who didn't do anything, are educated in our schools are allowed to stay here. thus the compromise. >> meghan: do you think people like ann coulter into laura and
graham, this is our cornerstone issue that they are aggressive on, that they'll like it? it >> jeanine: they won't like it at all, but they also understand how the sausage is made. is not pretty. >> meghan: i'm a lot more on the middle on this, so i'll be happy if he comes to reason, i think it will be unhappy people on talk radio. >> charlie: and 1986, when ronald reagan approved illegals amnesty, the deal is that we get amnesty. they did the fun part as politicians like to do, they didn't do the hard part. today, the argument that so many of these hard-line republicans have, let's fix the future problem so we don't have to deal with it again, and then deal with the other part of it. >> jeanine: there's a law, just follow it. >> charlie: two. to prevent a new flow of immigrants. if they actually cared about those people as much as they
care about the political issue itself, they would agree to fixing the problem so we don't have it in the future and then deal with it. >> sandra: before going to break it, see that picture at the bottom of your screen, the dow, big gains after that speech last night. the first time, president trump saying something that's never been said in a speech to congress before. he did it against the reported advice of his new national security advisors. what it is and the impact it could have next so with our ally cashback credit card, you get rewarded for buying stuff. like what? like a second bee helmet with protective netting. or like a balm? you know? or a cooling ointment for the skin. how about a motorcycle? or some bee repellant. i'm just spit-balling here. nothing stops us from doing right by our customers.
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it we've already reported that iraqi refugees will not be singled out for attention. last night, in terms of protecting our homeland and terror, his address to congress. >> president trump: our obligation is to serve, protect, and to defend the citizens of the united states. we are also taking strong measures to protect our nation from radical islamic terrorism. >> meghan: mr. trump becoming the first commander-in-chief to use radical islamic terrorism in his address to congress after his advisor urged him not to. judge, i have the most utmost respect for him. >> jeanine: i sit here, thinking of all of the fbi reports where they scrubbed that the term "radical islamic terrorism" and all of that stuff is wiped out, now it's on the record, now it's real, it is
what it is, there were not right ring questions. if they are who they are. if you look at everything from the world trade center, across the world, let's not kid ourselves. it is what it is, let's deal with it and get over it. >> meghan: recognizing extremism has been the problem with the obama administration. recognizing it is not mainstream muslims, it is brad's article dumb academic i thought it was the same if you are fighting in nazi germany and refused to say. >> charlie: you don't want to go too far and it seem like we are at war with islam. president bush worked hard to prevent that as well. obviously, there will be some criticism that trump didn't listen to mcmaster on this.
there are generals who make that argument to him that we have to be careful about that, but the words we use, what we call something like this, it's a political thing, it's a political question. the only person i can answer that political question is the president. >> meghan: i have the utmost respect for hr mcmaster, but being politically correct with this, where did that leave us in the last eight years? last i checked, isis metastasized and grew. >> harris: and may take days to take back that city, there are people who are trapped there as we try to get them from their resting hole, the scorpions who are over there killing people, isis. it is important to the nomenclature right, . i had a general and a green beret recently tell me that they react on the battlefield among some of the best fighters we have are gone against. what was the term of the president used?
being able to call things with ar is really important. i want to say this in regards to iraq. kim jong-un six, i've heard you say to make them dimock with regard, it's really about visa holders and not refugees coming from that country. >> meghan: i take offense at the idea that it ran or is a somehow the same as people who are going back and forth in saudi arabia. the language last night, sandra, did you react? we talked about this at length for the better part of the last two years. were you surprised? >> sandra: i think every buddy had a reaction to that, because he didn't just slip it in there. he stopped and paused after every word, radical islamic terrorism. he clearly was making a point
there. language is important, i don't think he listened to his advisor, he takes 99% of what he says, but the president has made it clear that that's going to be part of his message. >> charlie: he has to make that decision and he did. >> meghan: i think it's important to many americans that he did do that last night. a very emotional moment last night as the president pays tribute to a navy seal widow. what the democrats are saying about him and the grieving widow next. boost it's about moving forward not back. it's looking up not down. it's feeling up thinking up living up. it's being in motion... in body in spirit in the now. boost. it's not just nutrition. it's intelligent nutrition.
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>> harris: giving midday some home taste is old. it lets continue with that. what's coming out in the second hour of "happening now"? >> jon: it doesn't look like it's sizzling when i see the sabbath behind you. in our next hour, child care, women's health, education, and a trillion or so dollars on infrastructure. will the deficit and the g.o.p. go along with that? and we learn what's in and out of the president's revised travel ban.
well this pack mustered in the court and with the public? >> harris: by the way, we are this is all on the inside. see you soon, thanks. >> president trump: ryan's legacy is etched into eternity. thank you. [applause] >> sandra: that applies lasting more than 2 minutes after president trump paid tribute to ryan owens widow. some liberal commentators seized on the moment as an opportunity to bash the president and the grieving widow. watch. >> i'm not also crazy about the response to that, like it was a such a great moment. first of all, i wish she hadn't allowed herself to be used as is
proper like that. i don't see any great courage here. where's the courage? who wouldn't stand and applaud for a war widow? >> jeanine: i am stunned at the levels that they will stoop because of their hate for the president. to take that situation and criticize people who recognize that there was a sacrifice by this woman and her husband, who gave his life for us is just disgusting. these people are proving how small they are and the american people see right through it. >> sandra: she got that 2 minutes of applause and she had nothing about class. >> harris: is it real tone-deaf and as to what military families do. sandra, you and i both have dads that served. it isn't just that soldier. you're committed, because you
don't know the next time you'll see them. my dad served in war time in vietnam as a fighter pilot. if you don't know the next time you'll see that parent. she is telling the nation through her grace and as you said, sandra, her class in that moment and to be able to hold it together through 2 minutes. she's showing the nation what she's always sewn which is that reserve and that power. the >> jeanine: they the number of americans who related to that woman. they totally underestimated the fact that people all over were in tears, men, women, even my friend here. it was painful to watch. >> meghan: i had a hard time getting through it honestly. i was like it, oh, my gosh, how long will this go? we forget that we still have soldiers fighting and dying in a rack at this very moment. it's easy to forget the sacrifice that is made on a daily basis.
her husband died a month ago and to show such a complete and utter disrespect for her sacrifice and pain, as a special kind of ugly, a special kind of dark, and i think it's why so many liberals are out of touch with the american public. if you don't even have the respect to understand why it's such an important moment for the country, no wonder nobody wants to vote for you, nobody wants to be around you, because you're a bunch of radicals that can even respect a widow. >> charlie: ed really was a celebration of what america has to offer. at the end of that long applaus applause, president trump said your husband is looking down and he won a record. i know a lot of people probably cringed at that and thought it was terrible, but when the camera panned back to her, you realize it was a connection he had with her. he spent time with her and he listened to her, and he knew that whatever that line was, he
could get away with it. >> harris: you could see critics saying it as well. >> charlie: it was clear that he had already connected with her and he knew it was all righ right. >> harris: i think, meghan hit the nail on the head. the negativity that the other side doesn't get it. maybe they're envious of it as well, because they can't get there. the >> sandra: we will always remember that fallen navy seal, ryan owens. more "outnumbered" in just a moment mom, i just saved a lot of money on my car insurance by switching to geico. i should take a closer look at geico... you know, geico can help you save money on your homeowners insurance too? great! geico can help insure our mountain chalet! how long have we been sawing this log? um, one hundred and fourteen years. man i thought my arm would be a lot more jacked by now. i'm not even sure this is real wood. there's no butter in this churn. do my tris look okay?
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