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officers are out of the hospital and recovering from their wounds. cops are actively pursuing all leads and a manhunt is currently underway fort per p.e. at the traitors. joining us now live from chicago is correspondent matt 1st and 10. so, matt, i understand you have new information and developments about what's being done to turn this situation around? >> that's right, kimberly. four of the most powerful city councilman here in chicago say this week's police ambush just goes to show that right now police are outgunned by gang members and drug lords who have the money to get their hands on assaulted rifles and are ready and willing to kill police. one of the city council alderman who has seen the crime scene photos from this week's police ambush says the windshield of the undercover van the officers was in was riddled with bullets. alderman says these two officers were literally boxed in by gang members who opened fire with high powered gun. now these four alderman are ganging together saying police must be equipped with
the same fire power they face on the streets in order to survive against gang members who have ar 15s and ak 47s,. >> shoot at them and say we are going to show you and teach you a lesson stay out of our territory. that was to kill, to kill. and to use this, this is not to say hey, we are just sending a warning shot. this will kill you: two and a half inches 223. this is the actual round that was shot at these officers and that were in that van. >> now, for some background here are some stats about what police are against up against in chicago. fired at 18 times. fortunately none hit. last year in 2016, officers fired at 31 times. non-officers hit by bullets in 2017 so far officers have been fired at 8 times. and as of tuesday night, two officers were hit. and to follow up on that police ambush on tuesday night, this is a sensitive
case, so far police have not identified the undercover officers because of the nature of the work they do and they also have not given a description of the suspects. kimberly? >> kimberly: all right, matt, thanks so much for that update. greg, this is something we have covered so much in terms of the escalating violence in chicago and criminals turning guns on police officers. a mayor who really is absentee in terms of being able to protect people in chicago with very little regard, it seems for public safety. >> greg: it's another reminder that, you know, officers are getting shot and being fired at, yet, they still move forward. they always run towards the threats that we run away from and we should always be reminded that they are what separates, you know, civilians from danger and we -- and i think we spent two or three years watching the media denigrate that idea that this -- that the purpose and the protection and the necessity of the police, it was somehow that they were the problem.
and so you see a 50% increase in murders in just one year. i think from '16 to '15. that's not a surge. it's an explosion. how does a mayor not resign, a mayor who thought that chick-fil-a was a threat so he could stomach murder but he couldn't stomach chicken. and i think that there is always -- i get the feeling that somehow they have just accepted it because it occurs in certain neighborhoods and not theirs. >> kimberly: honestly almost like become anesthetized to the situation. he has other issues, p.c. concerns that is he more involved and more animated and invested in, other than public safety and cops lives mattering and children protected and communities safe. >> you know the corner stone of rahm's murder reduction policy do you know what it is, juan? >> i'm waiting. >> jesse: mentors for gang bangers. mentors for gang bangers.
do you think that's a strong approach to reducing homicide? i don't. if there was a republican mayor, there would be no way this guy would still have a job. there is a lot of problems in this city, racism is one of the problems. they let this happen on the south side if it was white'-on-white crime. whites getting killed more police on the streets. narcotics huge there heroin, cocaine and everybody from illinois. even the surrounding areas come in there to buy the drugs. and there is a lot of single mothers and there is no father in the picture so people are joining gangs in order to look what they need to look for. and it's just a tragic shame. right now it seems like donald trump cares more about what's happening in chicago than rahm emanuel and former president barack obama. >> kimberly: has said, in fact, president trump has, if we need to we will step in if you can't get the job done, mayor rahm emanuel. so far the grade is a failing grade for rahm. you have discussed this issue and part of what jesse has discussed which is the role of fathers in households and absentee
fathers that we have seen in some of these more impoverished or challenged communities. >> without a doubt, kimberly. i do think this is a separate issue from what i have read. this is about gang activity. we have a broader problem in chicago and i might add it's not just chicago. you can look at baltimore, newark, new orleans. and they actually have higher rates of murder per capita. >> you mean republicans have been through with their three guns for everyone? >> greg: talking about the mayors of those cities. >> juan: talking about three gun policy. >> jesse: three gun policy in chicago. >> juan: they have no gun stores in chicago even after the 2014 supreme court ruling. >> all the gang members you are talking about now are all running around with ak 47s. >> juan: talking about burglaries taking place in gun stores in indiana and out in illinois. that's a key problem. >> jesse: they have a lot of guns in idaho and not shooting up police officers in idaho, juan.
>> juan: it's a different context. >> jesse: i agree with that more guns in idaho. >> completely different environment. >> juan: i don't think so. i think sometimes the conversations we have where we want to make the cops into heroes in every case. tonight, this very night, a police officer in the suburbs of dallas, texas, has been arrested and charged with murder for shooting a black kid who was trying to go away. the kids were going away in a car. you act as if that didn't happen. >> kimberly: we are not talking about that. >> also, i didn't know when did this happen? >> juan: this was a charge just tonight. >> greg: that's why we didn't know about it. >> juan: i know about it, greg, i'm on the show. >> greg: let us know and we will talk about it but you introduced it as though we knew about it but we chose not to talk about it. >> juan: i think we know about it. >> greg: are you saying i know this. >> greg: not me personally. i think we know about it what you do in the times we talk about these issues, we have to talk about it
honestly. i think black lives matter, for example, they are a changed group. they are no longer in the street. they are all of the sudden working to try to build bridges. >> jesse: that's what matters try to build bridges? >> kimberly: you missed that, too. >> jesse: bridge to alaska. >> juan: i'm telling you something there have been shootings such as the one we are talking about in dallas where you don't see black lives matter. this guy alton -- i forget. there was no charge against the cop in that instance. dyou don't see any protests, why? i think there is different strategies. >> jesse: i don't think what we are talking about here the violence in chicago which is merrily black-on-black crime has anything to do with police misconduct. if anything the police in chicago are probably gun shy because they have been so hung out to dry by the press and politicians. >> fbi, wait. >> juan: i'm glad that jeff sessions. >> the fbi just released a report. that supports what jesse is saying. they said this is a study that was completed, looking
at -- it came out in 2016 and it found that -- sorry, just became declassified. it was published -- it was conducteconducted in 2016. it says that depolicing in the chicago streets is a major issue, meaning the police officers making conscious decisions not to proactively police in the streets because they feel like they have targets on their back and they are going to get killed. so,. >> kimberly: which, of course in fact, they do. this is evidenced by this horrific crime here. these officers, they didn't do anything wrong. they were working undercover so the most dangerous details to try to protect families and communities so children can feel safe to go to school and come back and parents can feel safe to go to work. protocol and concern for public safety and support. this is what happens. >> greg: a solution is push the crime to areas where all the rich, white democrats live, legalize drug trafficking in neighborhoods
where the mayor lives and live, police say don't go there. let it go and see how soon that problem will be solved. it's like the reverse of the wire when they created amsterdam, go to chicago and push it into the rich white democrat neighbors. there are parts of chicago where there isn't any crime, where there aren't any murders that haven't ever had murders. >> reground the conversation in chicago, 760, whatever murders sound horrific, chicago is worse when you drill down into the stats. so i want to get this right. one child age 16 or younger is murder drd every week. 12 murders this past father's day weekend alone. christmas weekend 12 murders and 27 shootings. this is all concentrated in five police districts. >> juan: we should not confuse what's going on here in this story which is gang activity against cops who were working as kimberly said, doing he heroic work,
trying to investigate murder of a 15-year-old. they are really doing amazing work as opposed to what's going on in the broader city of chicago where you have a lot of this black-on-black crime. latino vs. latino. usually young male. >> kimberly: why isn't the mayor doing something about that? it's outrageous. >> juan: i think the mayor has been trying, kimberly. there is no magic wand. >> jesse: try a new mayor. >> might be time to say we have a dysfunctional culture in a lot of minority communities, especially kimberly and i were talking about this before a lot of fatherless boys, fallen out of school no. direction. limited economic opportunity and they somehow think shooting and killing over grudges is normal. >> kimberly: it does tie n terms of the gangs. because i saw this i i worked the gang detail as a prosecutor, okay? what happens is when there aren't any paternal or father figures in the home, the gangs move into that void to suspect plant it to say we are your family now.
>> juan: i agree. >> kimberly: got your back. particularly take advantage of the younger kids and the journals to commit the crimes they go to juvy first perhaps not being tried as adult. very complicated and prevalent problem. same as ms-13 with coming. in displaced. don't have the family unit and they join these gangs and that's what we're seeing play out on the streets across america. and it's a huge problem. >> juan: i don't think it's all about the gangs. i do think as jesse and i were saying a lot of the broken families and fatherless families and you were saying even in terms of twisted behavior by people who support terrorist organizations. >> the terrorist organizations prey on people in the same manner. >> kimberly: that's what they do. >> interesting parallel. >> kimberly: socioeconomic problems as well. >> greg: other mistake that politicians make is how they frame the problem. they always say like gang activity or gang via license as though it is something
independent of human behavior like weather. you know we are seeing a lot of gang activity this weekend. that's how they portray it when, in fact, you actually have to look at what are the individuals involved and then you realize something strange. so they go to other states and break into gun stores. that's actually, get this, against the law. so it's not like you have a law that allows that to happen. so, it's not an argument to say they go somewhere and get their guns because that is breaking the law. it's against the law. don't treat it like gang activity. treat it like breaking the law. that means it's not mainly about the mentoring or i feel for you. it's like you committed a crime. it's this. i don't care if you are in a gang or not. >> kimberly: personal responsibility and consequences. >> jesse: trying to obscure the trump insignia on trump tower in chicago. that's what people care about in chicago not the gang violence. >> kimberly: shut that down. new data shows tough talk is helping him fulfill a key
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might be having a pretty significant effect on these refugees coming into the united states. i mean, this happened on the southern border as well. and now it's happening here. k.g., what do you think this guy has found his voice and having an effect. >> kimberly: resonated with the people of the american public. something people care deeply about i believe. national security and part of that is secure borders and making sure that we are rigorous and vigilant. although legal in terms of who we allow in and there is nothing wrong with vetting properly to make sure that you know exactly who you are dealing with and now they know there is somebody in here who is not going to tolerate, this not going to let people walk on in and come in the united states and commit acts of radical juwaad. so i think the president is to be be credited about this. they are taking him seriously. this is about respect. they are not going to get away with it we have seen this mirror dollars with the southern border with the numbers down with people
trying to get. in i love the deterrent effect that he is having a former prosecutor we love that. >> jesse: big deterrent effect. greg, on the extreme vetting. they instituted a new vetting procedure. apparently under the obama administration, not even allow to look at someone's facebook page. now you are loo you a loued to look at facebook page and liking isis video can you ask them about that. >> greg: i hope they don't look at my twitter. they will evict me. i have to say, you know, i -- when we talk about the border crossings decreasing, it is in a way metaphorically trump is kind of like the wall by setting up an attitude in which it is going to be harder. however, i refuse to be the prisoner of two ideas. you can be pro-wall, pro-vetting, pro-border enforcement. but incredibly welcoming to refugees. i think it's very important as an american because you won the geographic lottery. i could have been born
there. i could be that guy on that boat. leaving libya. but i'm not. i am here. i am for extreme vetting. i am for strong border enforcement. especially the age of terror and technology where people can come over here and drop a dirty bomb or mary ann thramarry spaceanthrax to a joa. people grateful. people who risked their lives to get here and make a good life here. got to find the good ones. get out and get rid of the bad ones. i don't mean get rid in a different way. got to watch your language. but you don't have to be a prisoner of two ideas. you don't have to be anti-or pro. you can pick from the best. >> between immigrants and out of choice and free will go like to come here and refugees who end up oftentimes stranded on the border here because they're fleeing countries where they are victims of war and terrorism and famine and
genocide and all the horrible conditions in the world and for hundreds of years that's how part of the reason why we have been able to lead with moral authority in the universe is because we are one of the countries that can afford to and do open our arms to those people. so i think that's part of the distinction, you know, greg is trying to carve out as well. >> juan: i want to pick up on what greg said because i thought it was so right that you have to make a distinction between people coming in illegally and refugees. and right now you have the in u.s. senate bipartisan group saying to the trump administration, explain to us why you have stopped. there has been an salute pause in terms of the vetting process for people legitimate refugees coming into the united states. >> dying while they are waiting to get here. >> jesse: i think president trump loves this country so much that he doesn't want to risk letting in one person that's going to do american citizens harm.
>> juan: of the people who have done harm are american born and in the u.s.a., jesse. >> jesse: a lot of reason terrorist incidence are related to immigrants. >> kimberly: how about san bernardino people nice enough to throw them a baby shower and blow them all to pieces. it's a fact. >> also an dick total. thantidotal.the crime rate is ht of the national average. 50%. chew it over. that's the big factor. >> jesse: any illegal immigrant commits one crime is one too many. that's how i feel about it. plenty more ahead as the five moves along. bold prediction about healthcare from a conservative luminary up ahead. that covers you part way, so when it comes to pain relievers, why put up with just part of a day? aleve, live whole not part.
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than seven years we will be in a single payer system. i think that's the great irony of this. >> juan: kimberly, this is an interesting moment. have you charles krauthammer agreeing with. >> kimberly: agreeing with you? >> juan: i can't believe it what do you think about this idea even with the vote this week republicans have bought into the idea that instead of allowing healthcare to become a free market determinative structure, it should be something that is guaranteed by the government. >> kimberly: i believe they are trying to do the right thing which is commend president trump for that make sure that all americans are insured. that sounds fair and equitable. but they also want to make sure that americans are able to have affordable healthcare which means you have to have a free market. there must be competition there must be options so that you can then, in fact, keep the costs down. to me that makes perfect sense. that's actually included going forward with.
i don't see it in phase one. in fact in phase one, it indicates that there are about 24 million people lose insurance. premiums would go up. >> jesse: premiums go up. where would you see that juan? >> juan: all over. >> jesse: all over the mainstream media? remember the mainstream media you know what else? >> juan: how about the congressional budget office? >> jesse: said it was going to be a cheap plan and sended up being $1 trillion. >> jesse: even republican senators were saying -- it's crazy republicans rushed this through without allowing cbo to score it. >> jesse: like when they said you have to pass it to know what's in it. you are going forward over the edge of a cliff. when the president said your healthcare system was better, he was talking about the government system. i would agree. the australian government system for healthcare is better than obamacare because obamacare is dead. it's in the death spiral. it doesn't exist anymore.
>> juan: because republicans have tried to sabotage it. >> jesse: wasted a billion dollars on baby site that didn't work, juan. come on. be serious about this. you couldn't get a website off the ground and this thing imploded after like a couple years. republicans had to save it, juan. >> juan: jump in here and save me please because i need resuscitated i need obamacare. >> kimberly: then you will die for sure. then you're going to die. oh my gosh. >> a word in defense of the cpp. >> juan: cbo. >> jesse: defend them too if you want. >> they are bipartisan organization. at a certain point you do have to trust -- you don't have to take them at their word on everything but you can't make the argument that they are partisan or that they screwed up so we never -- we throw it all out the window. baseline by which we can -- puts out a number. depends on what you shove in the machine. they say tax cuts aren't
going to pay for themselves but they don't account for economic growth because of the stimulus. why are you laughing? >> juan: voodoo economics is what one republican called that. >> jesse: trickle down. >> juan: greg, i'm so interested in this concept that you have people saying i remember when donald trump wrote a book book. single pair would be the america woe deserve. >> i think we have learned from donald trump that he says a lot of things. and we hear this a lot from people who have a superficial knowledge bring up canada and the u.k. and bring up australia. if everyone has better healthcare than the united states. why do the people from their countries who can afford it whether it's politicians or the world leaders or royalty come here for heart transplants and for their healthcare. even more when people talk about austria stral i can't and canada remember australia 23 million people. easier to do socialized
medicine small scale same as canada, 35 million people. size matters when it comes to creating government bureaucracies even in australia 23 million people, australians spend something out of control. the reason is because the patients are using the emergency room for minor conditions. and there's the solution to the health problem. if we pay for the minor conditions and allow the government to pay for the larger catastrophic stuff, ie catastrophic insurance for a couple hundred dollars a year, $400, you actually solve the problem. even australia tried to charge for emergency room visits i think it was $600 a day you can't undo it because you can't uncould a free thing. people talk about the nhs, some kind of superior process. i lived there and i have read about it the nhs in europe has some of the worst records for pregnancy treatment and they have terrible, terrible records in terms of dealing with breast cancer and preventative chronic diseases, including strokes.
so people love the concept until they are dealing with chronic diseases and then it's back to the free market. >> kimberly: single pair is not the answer we already have government run healthcare and that's called v.a. we know how well that works. >> juan: something that cares for all the americans, all the people and a few rich shee she cans and celebrities. -- sheiks and celebrities. >> for profit system the way i see it is binary. you can either reduce costs or you can focus on increasing access to more and better kinds of coverage. i think a little bit of what the trump administration is trying to sell right now is a ruse. i don't think can you do both. i hope they can and figure something else. >> juan: stay right there. facebook friday is coming up ♪ royal ♪
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i never know what this new thing is. it's totally unnerved me. from caleb c. start with you, julian. what's your weirdest pet peeve? >> unicorns with broken horns. >> greg: you are going after my mug. every time i get a new mug it gets broken. >> a horse or a unicorn? >> greg: that's a unicorn. >> greg: what's your real pet peeve. >> real pet peeve is when you are on the train which i am like all the time especially going to northeast corridor from d.c. to new york. two seater and someone comes and sits down next to you and doesn't acknowledge you are alive. oh, excuse me, i'm going to sit here or hi, or and then they are like breathing
everybody acknowledge julian. >> jesse: besides juan, my pet peeve is probably expense reports. >> kimberly: how are those going by the way? >> jesse: not well. i have a lot it pay off. >> greg: justice they use on employees so you don't spend as much. always the burden is on you. >> jesse: i figured it out. >> juan: you know, i was thinking on one level when i'm in restaurants and people immediately pour a beer, they pour the beer. i don't want them to pour the beer. they pour it badly and leave a big head. i want to pour it own pace. like japanese pour the beer. second thing that bugs me is double parking. i'm trying to get down a busy street somebody takes up a whole lane. so selfish.
but, julian, this thing on the train, my problem is people will come and sit down next to you and they start talking on their cell phone. i'm like good gracious. >> greg: kimberly? >> kimberly: let's see, maybe people sit next to you on the plane because they actually happening to be sitting next to you on a plane all of a sudden assume they are in a relationship with you. >> juan: opposite of julian: eyes popped open. >> juan: don't talk to her. talk to her. greg greg people criticize me for all my volunteer work. >> kimberly: oh, right. oh, come on. greg greg what really drives me crazy is people crowded at the gate. you are get going to get on the plane. i understand try to get the bags up. airline always say it's an extremely packed flight. when is it not an extremely -- then they go it
is an an extraordinarily packed flight. and then they keep adding adjectives then all of a sudden they start we are going to have to check your bags. we're goings to have to check your bags. just make up your minds, people. and then that's what all these people have to crowd the front. they are all upset and nervous. and they are cargo shorts. why? why? >> kimberly: this guy. >> greg: let's go to the next question. getting better. great name. , who living or dead, does the thought of interviewing send you into a panic? i will start with you, kimberly. >> kimberly: the devil. i mean, right? >> greg: somebody that's real. >> kimberly: he is real. that would be the number one answer on "family feud," i think, right? get all the points? >> greg: okay. i would die to interview the devil. that would have have been an
amazing guest. imagine that being first interview on brand new nbc show. that's better than the kardashians, i will tell you that. >> kimberly: oh my god. >> greg: coming up, we have the devil. the devil is here. >> kimberly: stand down. greg greg remote from middle earth. very hot. it's been a very hot summer. juan? >> juan: given the week we have had, i guess given what president trump had to say about the civil war hey, andrew jackson, what were you thinking? you were dead, but, what were you thinking about that civil war? could have you stopped it? yeah. >> cheap shot, juan. [laughter] >> jesse: i don't get panicked ever. except expense report. >> greg: your panic might be good ones. greg greg what else?
>> kimberly: so relaxed. >> greg: panic button. nobody, nobody not a single person? >> jesse: nothing comes to mind, greg, i'm sorry. that's the way i was born. greg greg all right. you were born that way? >> jesse: i was born that way. >> greg: lady gaga. >> good answer. >> juan: lady gaga? >> jesse: i will go with lady gaga. >> kimberly: all that meat going to waste. >> greg: julian, can you come up with an answer so we can exit this segment? >> julie: living or dead. great interview a because i can get you back for so much. b, i would be terrified because you, who knows what you would say. greg greg i would be a very good interview. i often practice in the
mirror. you know, i would avoid people like khan because you never know what the wrong answer might be and he might kill you in the interview. >> kimberly: would you also be afraid of gingis khan? >> jesse: whoa. >> greg: somebody is a little upset tonight. >> greg: ellen degeneres has interviewed several u.s. presidents but she won't sit down with president trump. hear why next. made it through many market swings. sure we could travel, take it easy... but we've never been the type to just sit back... not when we've got so much more to give
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than us and believes in something that we don't believe in and still accept them and still let them have their rights. >> so, guys, what's the problem? she is not -- h ellen is not a journalist. as far as i know, she has never made any claims to journalistic integrities. she has an entertainment show. why can't she interview or not interview whoever she snnts. >> greg: that's not the question. the question is moral cowardice. the applause is the answer to her question. when she said no. she got the applause. which means that if she had said yes, she would have upset the people -- the people that already agree with her. she doesn't want to upset the people that agree with her. and, she is turning down. >> about her audience. >> and her friends. and, also, she might even be jealous because he did it and she didn't. he ran and won and she maybe thinks i could have con that. there are a lot of people in
entertainment who are saying that who said i could have done it. if he did it, i could have done it. probably just kicking herself. >> isn't that a little bit kind of psychologically a little farfetched? >> greg: why not? i am farfetched. >> i'm not saying it's not possible. it's a little bit psycho analysis. >> greg: i'm 100 percent right. >> what do you think? >> kimberly: he is right. oh, ellen you sore grave and awesome. she didn't want to offend the people that she likes that she hangs out with and socializes with typical pc nonsense. got the typical laugh from the audience. >> greg: what's he against? >> kimberly: he is not against gay marriage. everything she stands for like, you know, rights for guys and lesbians and by sexuals and transgenders and the questioning community. is he not against that. >> don't you think his audience and friends and whole hollywood community would then prefer to have
him on the show. >> jesse: he went on fallon's show and i think fallon tussled his hair and it quote, humanized trump and everybody hated that because they didn't to the who-to-humanize him. >> jesse: trump is not coming on helen it's easy to say come on, go for it. >> can i only imagine what stephen colbert is thinking when he is watching. is he ever going to have trump on his show? >> kimberly: is he still going to have a show. zero class and not funny and desperate in third place. >> juan: his numbers, his ratings have jumped up as he has become the anti-trump voice at night. made him competitive. >> kimberly: cheap shots not appropriate. >> juan: language in there i got myself in trouble for asking somebody. what did he say? i couldn't believe him. anyway, i just think that everybody in american media these days played to some niche and ellen's niche clearly is not pro-trump. >> stick with your niche and call it a day.
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>> juan: back in noe steven hawkins the genius. the physicist said we had about 1,000 years left to live on this planet. guess what? he has recalculated now he says only 100 years to find another planet for the human race to go through. he sites climate change asteroid strikes. epidemic. it gets worse because we're going to need artificial intelligence to settle on another planet the artificial intelligence may kill us first. i want to go home, greg help me. >> greg: he is right. it's all about artificial intelligence. >> kimberly: robot. >> greg: nonthinking consciousness is going to destroy us. anyway, i will be talking about that tomorrow on the greg gutfeld show andrew schultz, amy holmes, actually talking about artificial intelligence and why those -- why that's going to destroy the earth. but more important. >> kimberly: okay, beautiful mind greg's endangered crowd
sourcing news. crowd lemur news needs in chicago's lincoln primate house. take a look at this little doll. baby lemur. see where he is? he is being held on to and the mother you can't see it the mother's name -- there it is. the mother's name is tucker. >> carlson. >> greg: mother tucker. and. >> juan: could you repeat that for the audience? >> greg: what is so funny. god, you people, get your mind out of the gutter. >> jesse: that's what i said. [laughter] >> kimberly: you are so innocent, greg. you are charming little unicorn boy. all right. and another kentucky derby news. yes, everyone is very excited about that. you saw all the hats on fox today. horses creatures are no horns out of their heads. 20 horses compete in the kentucky derby which is the larglarger field size.
8 horses race against one another. in this one bun one of the most talked about horses is the patch, the one eyed horse. lost his eye to an ulcer that never healed. came out with a swollen and tearing eye. sadly they had to remove it. but he is the underdog here. i think we should root for him 30 to 1 shot. >> jesse: i might put some money on patch. a lot of people say i look like this guy right here kimmitt kim becaus -- >> kimberly: because you do. >> jesse: not only do i look like him i speak like him, too. >> what they need to do is take some stories but pivot and say this is what our new plan will do. >> here we go, pivot, pivot. >> jesse: pivot. >> pivot. pivot. >> jesse: pivot, pivot. >> pivot. >> jesse: pivot. >> pivot. shut up, shut up. shut up.
jess jis my show is on tomorrow night, too. >> kimberly: did you just boomerang yourself. have a great weekend, everyone. hannity next. ♪ ♪ >> welcome to hannity it's been a very big week for donald trump. i'm eric bolling in for sean tonight. republicans helped. he took steps to protect religious freedom. he signed a new spending bill to keep the government's lights on and the unemployment rate has just dropped to the lowest level in 10 years. when it comes to the commander-in-chief's biggest one of the week though, healthcare. democrats are stooping to new lows to try and scare americans. take a look. >> well, people are going to lose their lives. people are going to lose their health coverage and these people think it's a party? they think it's somet