don't want on obamacare lite. it's not any better if you make it less of an albatross. they expect maybe as soon as tonight the replacement bill will be out there. oh, my gosh. >> dana: i'm dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, eric bolling, and greg gutfeld, it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five" ." just a wee bit of news to cover today after a whirlwind weekend of explosive allegations from the president about his predecessor. mr. trump accused former president obama of having tapped his phone at trump tower during the election. charged -- a charge the obama team immediately denied. chief intelligence correspondent
catherine herridge joins us now. >> law enforcement sources have confirmed a fox news that the tweets caught the fbi and justice department off guard. the republican-controlled house and senate intelligence committees are investigating russia's election meddling and will cover whether the obama administration abused its surveillance powers. phone calls and text messages from the russian ambassador sergey kislyak. mike flynn's phone calls and text messages were captured under the order. one contact believes there was at least one other additional surveillance order that was not specific to trump tower or the trump team but it intersected with their activities and their operations. a spokesman for president obama said his administration had never ordered wiretapping, never interfered with the federal investigation. mr. obama's repeated public
statements about hillary clinton's mishandling of classified information last fall during the fbi investigation undercut that statement. mr. obama's spy chief, james clapper, denied there was a wire trap on -- wiretap on trump tower and confirmed his investigation led by the u.s. intelligence 20 do not find evidence of collusion between trump campaign associates and russian intelligence. fbi director james comey is so frustrated about the leaks that a source tells fox news he's issued what's called a tasking order that asks his subordinates to identify who had access to surveillance warrants from the secret fisa court because it's a small universe of individuals. >> dana: thank you. we appreciate it. let's listen to sean spicer today, white house press secretary. >> the president has been very clear, as we stated, that i think there's enough there that we want to -- the houston senate intelligence to use the resourcy
look into the matter. i do not want to get ahead of where they may go with it or what they may look at. i'm going to leave it to them. if we start down the rabbit hole of discussing some of the stuff, we have been a difficult place. >> dana: kimberly, we found out the house intelligence committee has asked the intelligence community to report to them by march 17, which would be this friday. yes, st. patrick's day. i'm sure, bob, everybody was thinking of that. that will help, hopefully get some clarity on this because sunshine may be the only way to get some answers. >> kimberly: it's imperative third going to need to get some transparency, clarity. these are serious allegations and if true, we knew you'd find exactly who was behind it, what was the genesis of it, kind of probable cause or information to they have two warrant this type
of request, so there's a lot of complex issues involved and you saw -- >> dana: are you talking about a possible wiretap? >> kimberly: that is well and there's so many different elements and aspects that they're going to have to narrow down and focus, because at this point, it looks like there's a lot of things afoot in terms of foul play, improper, impropriety going forward. >> dana: what about that the fbi director yesterday or saturday asked the justice department to refute what the president had said in the morning and the justice department refuses to do it. >> eric: i'm watching this unfold for the weekend. i listened to president obama's response from the spokesperson. it was carefully worded, left the door open that something could've been going on. we know there was a fisa court request in june or july. it was turned down which is highly unusual. thousands upon thousands of fisa
court request warrants for wiretapping and surveillance go unchecked. they say yes. it's almost a rubber-stamp. for many years, it would go like that. in june or july, it was turned down because there was insufficient evidence and the second was apparently accepted. there was an article in "the new york times" published on january 20. that was inauguration day. it was by michael schmidt. he is the same hoarder who exposed the hillary clinton email server. remember, she had her own email server? it was in "the new york times" and it was explosive for he wrote an article on january 20 that talked about actual wiretap to trump towers prayed he didn't say to exactly donald trump but if it's in "the new york times"y could be sourced and second sourced so clearly at least michael schmidt thinks there was a wiretap to the trump tower in october, which is exactly what
donald trump is accusing them of. >> dana: greg, do you want to give your take before bob explodes? >> greg: if bob explodes, it will be messy and i will never talk. this story has been retold so many times with so little information. it is like peas being strained eight different ways. i've heard the same angle 100 times. it's driving me crazy. the thing is, let's face it, erica's rights. president obama's administration is playing games with language. sure, they didn't order it but did they seek it? for example, i've bought a medical herbal supplement today. actually, i didn't. i sent my assistant out to get it. the only difference is i didn't go out of the office and get it but i still asked for it. if they saw to it, it's no different really than ordering it. >> kimberly: i hope that fixes things. >> greg: it won't. if you've ever owned a used, old
sports car, they are fun to drive. if they are great to watch but they are a pain in the butt to maintain. they run hot to pray is trump. he's the exotic sports car of politicians. you like it, you like what you see what you have to maintain him every day. why did he tweet? what was the reason? he was ticked off he felt his staff gave into the sessions thing too soon, that it was a sign of weakness. his anger manifested itself in a tweet. this is human. i've done this four times at fox. when something at work bugs me, what do i do? i go on twitter and vent and then i have twitter regrets. his saturday tweet was a manifestation of anger over what happened on friday because he had a great week with his speech, felt the sessions recusal ruined it pretty was mad at his staff so he did this tweet. i don't think he recognized how big it was going to land. i handed to you, bob.
>> bob: want to apologize. my shirt doesn't fit. the chances of the clarity on this are the chances of me running the boston marathon. i was in the third fisa court in 1978. formed after the takeover, the iranians were moving to take over the embassy. the idea that you can get thousands of these things done is just total and complete bull. >> eric: last year, there were 1589 requests. >> bob: don't do it to yourself. eric, eric. let me explain something. in order to get a i.c.e. for judge to agree to a wiretap of a u.s. citizen requires strong proof of a felony or treason.
that means -- let me finish. get your pom-poms. >> eric: the fisa court -- if the nsa or fbi or both said we have probable cause. >> bob: i have been in a fisa court and i know what goes on and you don't so it's wrong. there's a list of who got a fisa charge and who didn't. a fisa judge looked into it and was asked to look into it and there will be no trump name on it. this guys almost to the point, and i have a strong suggestion as an american. i think he ought to not have control of the nuclear codes. ought to have pence and the secretary of defense because this guy is starting to lose it. >> dana: i understand a human moment and tweet but now that you are the president of the
united states, you are accusing your predecessor of a serious allegation. if you are the president, you can call anybody. call the justice department and say i want you to come over here with those warrants. when i do that? >> kimberly: you are 100% right because he is now president of the united states any of the ability of the right and the authority to be able to investigate, to get a copy. i think he should. what i'm saying is i don't think -- yeah, he was upset about what happened last week. that would be a normal reaction for someone to have. but i'm not going to say there's no basis whatsoever for the information he was tweeting out. i don't know. i haven't seen it. >> bob: you are far too smart for that. >> kimberly: you are right. that information, those applications, the motions are filed. there is a record of it. it was they who requested it, what's the basis of it, what was
probable cause for the allegations. why was one done before and then supposedly one -- >> bob: the economic issues of the trump -- all he has to say is this is the president. send me over the fisa list. he will find out there was no wiretapping. the guy got mad. >> eric: "the new york times" piece on generate 20 is titled - it talks about the wiretapping and says fbi is leading the investigation and the cia. here's the line that advocates the white house bring one official said intelligence reports based on some of the wiretap communications had been provided to the white house. >> bob: of course. >> eric: for president obama to say he has nothing to do with any wiretapping or information
gathered going on at trump tower, that's a rich argument to be made. bob, it was done at trump tower. >> bob: that's not the point! >> eric: where the next president had his war room, his communication staff. his whole life is tied up in trump tower. we are not tapping greg even though we are wiretapping fox headquarters. >> bob: if barack obama did that, he will have to go to jail for the rest of his life and i was only you one thing. if you guys continue to defend this guy on things like this, let's say he had a bad day. fine. take your football go home -- >> eric: you are saying it's okay to have wiretapped trump tower. and the president knows about i it. >> bob: come on. he said the president of the
united states wiretapped him. it was in there about organizations. they are still investigating. >> dana: that's why more sunshine is better. she said she doesn't know. >> kimberly: the ability to find out what happened exist. it exists. >> dana: last word to greg. >> greg: i can hear the of putig right now pretty is leveraging the fact that the dems and media can't get over losing. it is proving to his failing state that we are failing state. it's about creating chaos. that's all it's about. russia is like the global skunk at the garden party. they didn't just spray hillary. they want to disparate everybody. they started with hillary but they are getting everybody. and america that doesn't pay attention to north korea or iran is the america that putin loves. >> bob: are you really seriously telling me what you
just said? you said pollutant is loving it? >> greg: as of course. they are loving every of it. >> eric: i will give you may be president obama, if you can have some sort of plausible deniability around it, but we know the activity is -- >> kimberly: the administration had subpoenaed reporters. that doesn't mean -- >> dana: the great news is we get to talk about this in the next block. more reaction to the presidents allegations ahead plus he signed a new revised travel ban. will it hold up in the court? coming up. where's frank? it's league night! 'saved money on motorcycle insurance with geico! goin' up the country. bowl without me. frank.'
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fbi, criminal, or counterintelligence investigation. no one at the white house, including the president, should be in a position to whether they are trying to influence or dictate how the investigation is being conducted. it's clear president trump is working hard to distract the american public and news media from the growing scandal about why his administration and why he himself has, at best, not been forthcoming about their talks and ties with russia. >> eric: that was 33 seconds and i frankly didn't hear an admission or denial either way. >> bob: deputy press secretary. >> dana: i don't understand how the burden of proof of an accusation like this ends up being on somebody who's not even in office anymore. i don't understand that. the white house as the next morning okay, were not going to talk about this anymore until there's an investigation. fine. they house intel committee says they want everything by march 17. good. the burden of proof should be on
the person who is doing the accusing. and he alone has the ability to get that information right now. >> bob: if president obama did that, he broke the law. the law is clear. a president cannot order a tap on the u.s. citizen. anybody who makes that allegation better damn sure have the information, which trump does not. this guy is a clear and present danger and you better pay attention. >> eric: throw this out here. who is the nsa director? james clapper. wasn't that the same james clapper who denied that there was a data mining of american citizens. united on capitol hill with his hand up under oath and then came back and said well, i kind of lied. >> bob: you are right. >> eric: the same guy who said
it didn't happen. >> bob: unless you have a big enough crane to put michelle obama on top of trump tower. >> kimberly: okay, now we are getting crazy. >> bob: what's crazy is the president of the united states. >> kimberly: bob, i know you are super worked up because we saw the progression of this over the weekend with the tweets. >> bob: this guy has a hissy fit. it's disgraceful parade you don't do that as a county sheriff in louisiana. >> kimberly: all right, anyway. the point is, bob, there should be no problem and you should agree with getting to the bottom of it and finding out what was the exact nature of the request, how wide a net was cast because certainly they can do this data mining and get the information. >> bob: in half an hour, it could be done. >> kimberly: could have happened before president barack obama left office. it's important, interesting, and there are data points compelling
enough that it warrants a full investigation. that's what i'm saying. >> bob: if the president of the united states can pick up the phone and call fisa and say please give me the list. >> kimberly: he can have it brought to him. >> bob: he can. instead he says let's go to the intelligence committees. in and of itself, it's a scam. all he has to do to settle this thing right now, pick up the phone. give me the list of people. barack obama's names not on that, trump ought to be seriously -- >> eric: the one who puts his name on it. president obama does not bring it to the fisa court. not done that way. done by the attorneys for the fbi or the nsa. those of the people who presented to the court. >> bob: the fbi does not do it to this be 24 court. >> greg: the bummer about the tweets. trump's tweets. had a good week going, even with the sessions problem. he was like a pitcher who
pitched a no-hitter in the world series and gets arrested with a stripper and an eight ball parade he could've let it go. there's that great piece. i'm going to pretend i'm dana. there's a great piece by carl cannon and he is a great suggestion. what's the goal? find out if our elections -- is there a threat to temper the elections? a wider threat against future elections? if that's the question, give everyone immunity and you only get busted for perjury. look at everything, the hacking, the fake sites. look at the obama administration leaving stink bombs behind and the leaks from may be old obama operatives. if that's how you feel, if you want to be self-righteous, read the piece in the "orange county register," i think. >> eric: k.g. or dana, if clapper said no. james comey pushes back and says no.
and if there is a wiretap, who did it? >> dana: the accusations from president trump with that barack obama himself ordered the wiretap against donald trump as a person. if that turns out be true, the republic is over. bar the door. the white house had a senior administration officials saying even if this turns out not to be true, it's been beneficial because we have muddied the waters enough because now this is what everybody is talking about. 50% of the people will believe barack obama ordered a wiretap. >> eric: kimberly. if the fbi, according to combint wasn't the nsa. >> dana: you are saying if the fbi did it. we don't know those things. the precise allegation is that president obama ordered a wiretap against president trump
himself, person-to-person. if that happened -- >> kimberly: the common sense application of it would be that during the obama administration, who requested it? it's not that difficult to get a fisa granted that would encompass the area within where trump tower was and pick up the intercepts. you are right that clapper said no, we are not doing domestic gathering and they were. we found out from snowden that they had lied about it. eric holder, from obama's administration, has the unique distinction of being the only attorney general to ever be held in criminal contempt for refusing to answer questions about fast and furious. benghazi, more lies. just so you know, bob, these folks weren't exactly hanging out at disneyland. >> greg: expecting precise
language from donald trump on a tweet is like expecting, you know, frosty cones on mars. please. >> dana: what is president obama's team supposed to say? >> greg: we have had four days on a tweet. everyone has gotten lighten up. >> dana: he could fix this by saying "i didn't mean it." >> greg: i didn't say it was right. i started off saying it was a mistake but what i am saying is you are arguing over the precise nature of a tweet he did at 5:00 a.m. >> bob: can i say one thing? producers are yelling and saying we've got to get out. this tie. anyone who could give me any evidence that barack obama tapped donald trump, this tie is yours and $100. >> kimberly: just so you know,
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the president earlier today protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states is a vital measure for strengthening our national security. president trump is exercising his rightful authority to keep our people safe. >> the united states has a right to control who enters our country and to keep out those who would do us harm. >> we cannot risk the prospect of malevolent actors using our immigration system to take american lives. unvented travel is not -- >> kimberly: there's been some criticism already but nevertheless it's been more specifically tailored to avoid some of the pitfalls people were critical of on the prior one. >> dana: they withdrew the previous order. they are not going to fight it in court. i think this one was more carefully done. it also doesn't -- allows people
who were on, already had travel plans to come to the united states as part of a refugee program, they can continue to do that. there is a ten day delay. ten days from today, meaning that instant of the one on january 27 that went into effect that we can that cost a lot of chaos. this gives people time to adjust our plans. all of that is better. i think from a communication standpoint, it's unusual for three cabinet secretaries to have an event where they read their statements and don't take any questions. later on, and we'll have this may be later, sean spicer comes out of the white house and answers questions. why wouldn't they want these three today questions? i understand why. it wouldn't have been about the ban. it would have been about the president's tweets from saturday and the allegations about russia. these three have worked hard. there is probably going to be more questions going forward but it probably holds up court. >> kimberly: from a
communications perspective, given the tumultuous new cycle, this is clean. there isn't a lot of room for anybody else to get questions besides the gaggle with spicer. >> eric: i won't and one who thought the first one was clean as well. the ninth circuit, the one part that the ninth circuit picked out. they said companies and people in their district, their jurisdiction, were being hurt because people with valid visas were being held back and it created economic hardship to the people the ninth circuit district. once they cleared that up, they tried to fix it afterwards and it didn't work out. the ninth circuit had already applied for and gotten a stay. they fix it through a completely new executive order. looks very much the same. they removed a rock and syrian refugees to participate 120 days out rather than indefinitely. almost the same thing, better message.
>> kimberly: with respect to iraq, they were no longer on the list. the messaging for the president is that iraq will help more carefully vet people leaving from that place of origin, coming into the united states. versus the problems before. the point of it was that people were saying these are countries that are not able to properly and adequately that to ensure that at the country of origin, they are being checked sufficiently to determine their identities, past history to be able to prevent people who want to do us harm from coming here. >> bob: greg talking about the iraqis. the iraqis are the biggest exporters of terrorism in the world. what happens? trump drops them. if that's all you've got to kno know. the iraqis -- excuse me. the iranians. they traded and fund more terrorists. >> dana: when you said he
iraqis >> bob: i misspoke. of all those countries, the one that should not be dropped off the list is the most dangerous one and the one that republicans have jumped over barack obama pounds. i now donald trump. >> eric: they are still on the list. the iraqis were taken off but it was perceived failed governments on the list the theory being that they have gotten their act together. iraq is off the list. >> bob: iraq is the one dropped off the list because they are our allies. iran was taken over iraq. >> dana: no. >> greg: can i add my two cents? it's good to place this were allowed in the context of other rollouts. the obamacare web site rollout makes the travel ban look like the freaking moon landing.
what do you do when people listen to your criticism and then approve on their behavior -- improve on their behavior? generally you complement them. if you still mock president trump over a change and improvement after something after he listen to you, what does it say about you? he had three choices. he could have made it tougher, kept it, or improved upon it by making it more lenient which is what the media wanted. now that he did this, if you do not applaud him for listening and improving the executive order, then you are a stupid jerk. >> bob: if you are directing that at me, my friend. >> greg: the media in general. >> kimberly: this is going to to -- >> greg: do i get the tie? >> kimberly: head, a violent attack on free speech on a liberal college campus. an angry mob of students physically harmed a professor while trying to shut down a
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>> greg: last thursday at middlebury college in vermont, charles murray and professor allison stanger were attacked by a mob of left-wing creeps out to stop murray from a planned lecture. >> shut it down. shut it down. >> greg: sanger was hospitalized with injuries. we contact the college period they got back to us two pages of nothing. without real action against those who use violence to silence speech, the next step has to be anarchy. do you think i'm kidding? consider this question. once the intervening step between silence and violence?
its words appeared without words, it's a simple leap from calm to calamity. before language, cavemen grunted and then use their club. communication changes that. it's a mechanism that created civilization and prevents its own destruction. now it's the left who wish to go back. do you ever see a right wing kid violently jumping lefty speakers? you either have silent appeasement or a bruise. it used to be that discourse with the college staple. you could hold a lively debate and even when it got hot, it was respectful. how many speakers have been forced to cancel? did you lose count? due to bad weather? no, it was the threat of harm. it is either silence or violence. this has to be stopped before becomes the norm. imposing a cost like expulsion on violence isn't surprising speech. it's the very opposite. someone higher up better find their spine or they will be next and suddenly their allies will be the very people they mocked for years. they sent a response.
it's two pages. they sent it at 5:14. it's one of those things where they flood you with words about community, diversity, but they don't say expulsion. if progress >> dana: shared values and goals, listen, helping others be fully heard. heard and seen. >> greg: i'm sure they said the violence was wrong but this is what the college president said. "today our community begins the process of addressing the deep and troubling divisions. we must find a path to establishing a climate of open discourse while also recognizing critical matters of race, inclusion, gender identity. garbage. total garbage. >> bob: i know middlebury college, most liberal school in america and no one is going to out-liberal me. you guys are giving us a bad name. you want to be suspended. you have to have your butts kicked in by your parents, if they are around.
elementary school, there is an idea. i don't care what you do but this gives liberals bad names. let these people speak. all they are going to do is get themselves dug in a whole. >> kimberly: i am beholding mapping, what a spectacle. good job, bob. i agree with bob in a shocking turn of events. >> dana: breaking news. >> kimberly: choking off a little bit of visit air supply. it >> bob: their signs are never spelled right in there upside down. >> kimberly: they act so spoiled and entitled for they don't want to listen to what anybody else has to say in the whole point of going to college is open your mind and listen and learn and have tolerance. but they act like fascists. besides that, maybe they are drinking too much. >> greg: i don't think so. they don't look like they have fun. >> eric: we keep having these stories and it keeps happening.
milo and every year there's four or five of these things. this is a little bit different. this is a group, american enterprise institute, they invited someone to speak on campus was fairly controversial. this is different from say, a commencement speaker being told -- they are rapping me. being told they are can't speak because they are controversial. maybe there's a way for private groups like the american enterprise institute to hold these lectures and speeches off-campus and then there's no complaint by anyone. >> greg: i think the campus invited him. >> eric: the president had a problem with it. >> bob: there's no pastries in the green room. >> greg: of that is the story. where are the pastries? >> kimberly: they will take away the diet coke. >> greg: we revisit the top story, president trump's allegations that he was wiretapped under the order of
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request first for 24 warrants. all but 11 were accepted. very rare. >> bob: how many of those were domestic? >> eric: i don't know. does it matter? >> dana: there's an editorial in "the weekly standard," which i think is worth reading. it says basically because nobody trusts anyone, let's move expeditiously to get this investigation completed. to see where it goes and i saw the congressman from south carolina who was on the intel committee, trey gowdy, said we are going to go wherever this goes but they need to do it quickly i think. >> greg: i would like to congratulate the media. after 50 years of admitting that russia is a threat despite embracing cold, hard communism of castro and mocking mitt romney for his warnings. better late than never, fellow
travelers. >> kimberly: consistent point you have been saying all along. >> greg: are you saying i have being repetitive? >> kimberly: i was saying you are being smart. >> greg: are you saying i am being repetitive? >> kimberly: now you are. i will echo dana's sentiment which is i would like to pull it from the great point journal to say this is something that's quite serious if, in fact, it did occur. we do not know what happened. that's why it's important for them to follow through on it, like trey gowdy said and go full, thorough investigation and see where it falls. >> bob: for the sake of the country, we can all walk down the yellow brick road. it did not happen, mr. trump. please pick up the phone. do your country a favor and get this behind you. you can't do it, can you?
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what the heck is that? 's this an amazing thing. kristin fisher, "fox & friends." let's take a look at this. she is talking about what happened with donald trump. the fact that he's accusing the place of being involved. who is being bugged? kristin fisher. there is the bug. it's an actual caterpillar crawling down her arm. it's not like i watched kristin fisher that closely. >> kimberly: apparently you do. >> greg: she got bogged while talking about being bugged. >> kimberly: the liberals talk about that being torture when you put a caterpillar on people who were afraid of bugs. >> bob: jeff sessions and the brilliant portrayal of forrest gump. on "saturday night live." speaker democrats want me to resign. i've got to prove to everybody that i don't have any ties to the russians whatsoever.
>> this meeting never happened. freights because i wasn't going to remember it anyway. >> kimberly: oh, my gosh. >> dana: i have a quick one. tomorrow night my husband and i and aaron landers, we are heading to africa. if you have kids and you want to follow along with the journey, i have a lot on facebook. i think it's a nurse, stethoscope. we are looking forward to the trip and i will be online on friday on this show. >> eric: congratulations on the trip. >> dana: thank you. can't wait to come back and tell you about it. >> kimberly: it is time for kimberly food court. shared by bob.
today is national oreo day. it used to a biscuit. on march 6, 1912, the first oreo was sold. oh, showing my hands. sold to a grocery in hoboken, new jersey. bob loves a good oreo. he has eaten three. these are like vanilla ones. bob said he doesn't like the white ones. shocking. the other thing is, we want to do a special promotion for our friend and our fantastic show on the fox business network. there's two new episodes tonight. you want to catch it. 9:00 p.m. and 9:30. thank you so much. >> eric: i'm never going to get mining. k.g., i'm not going to have those oreos. nabisco moved their plant to mexico. >> greg: didn't you just vacation in puerto rico quick?
>> eric: i did. but that's part of america. >> greg: keep your cookies in america, everybody. >> dana: set your dvr so you never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is next. >> this is a fox news alert. we are getting our first look right now at long-awaited republican legislation to repeal and replace obamacare. details are being released as we speak. coming up shortly, i will be joined by the two halves committee chairman who will be leading the efforts to get this bill to the floor. each in their respective committees dealing with one of the two parts of the legislation. it's a bill that, unlike obamacare and it's 2400 pages, is only about 120 pages total. we start with exactly what republicans are proposing. chief congressional correspondent mike emanuel is alive tonight with the breaking