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he may run for president someday, let's hope that if this country ever become so crazy, he is taken seriously. here is "the five." we will see you tomorrow night. ♪ >> jesse: hello everybody, i am just really waters, it is 9:00 in new york city, and this is "the five." ♪ >> jesse: on the heels of that despicable beheading stand by kathy griffin, yet another is brewing tonight. a mock assassination of president trump. tonight was opening night of the new york public theaters production of caesar. the title character bears a not-so-subtle resemblance to
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trump. facing heavy backlash, sponsored dropping their support, not time warner though, that is a parent company of cnn. they fired griffin last month for posing with the blood he severed head, so why is it still sponsoring this outrage? one of its stars is even encouraging people to go see the play. calling it a masterpiece. you should note the 2012 version of caesar in minnesota featured an actor dressed like president obama in the title role. >> very good. >> it is more than just political pornography, i believe it is more than that. i think under the guise of art, there is something that they want to see happen, do you agree or disagree? >> greg: i want to defend him. i do not think that he actually saw the play, he overheard someone else and copied him.
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>> jesse: are you referring to the plagiarism scandal? >> greg: maybe i am. >> jesse: i wanted to make sure that the audience knew. not everyone knows. >> greg: look, the one thing that you don't want to fall into this fault of equivalency thing, it was done before with president obama in 2012, however, no one talked about it because no one really noticed i it, i think his wife was in the play, in this one, it is so obviously hammered it down that this is trump, that they had a melania type there, it was just a much more brutal thing. it was more subtle with obama. with this, it was like no, we are killing trump. you know what? it is the easiest way, if you are in central park, everybody in new york is going to love that. it's like a comic coming on, hey
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chicago, and everyone applauds. it is opportunistic, it is attention seeking, to your point, is this something that they have been to gravitate toward? yes, ever since the 60s, it has been about for trying the right and evil, not wrong, it started when they blamed the vietnam war on nixon, then they called our troops baby killers, it started there, when you could demonize the other side, you are free to get whatever you want. >> jesse: kimberly, what kind of pressure do you think this play is under right now? we have had to big-time sponsors drop out, and as you want to know, time warner, cnn's parent company, is behind it, do you predict this thing is going to have to drop this act or do you think they're going to stick to their guns? >> kimberly: any time morality and civility are at play here, it shouldn't even be occurring. if this was president obama and they behaved in this fashion, you cannot even imagine the international outrage. i think this is so sickening and so sad, there is no civility
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left whatsoever. to do this type of thing that people go and pay to see it? fine, whatever, you should have to pay. you have to pay a penance in my opinion. they stand in line, is not that easy to get the tickets. >> dana: you have to spend like two nights. >> kimberly: and then for them to do something like this, why is time warner -- why are they still behind this? >> jesse: that's a great question. >> kimberly: or just to retract or say i shouldn't have some not, god help us if they actually sought and endorsed it. >> jesse: do you think that he may have to step back, saying that this is a masterpiece, dan dana? >> dana: i don't know how many get out of jail free cards we
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all get, but i think on this part, i wouldn't go stand in line for this, i probably also wouldn't go to this play anyway. >> jesse: is not even a good shakespearean drama. it's no hamlet or othello. >> dana: i am just force free speech. >> kimberly: i like hamlet. >> dana: if they want to do this, they can do this. the kathy griffin thing, i thought it was gross and i would not have bought a ticket to her events, i don't watch her shows, it does not mean that it is free of consequences. now what you basically have is the right adopting taxes from the left to call for boycotts. an attempt from the left to try to take over his show, to try to go after him, he fought back in a way that was successful. and i think that we are going to have to realize that artists are going to keep doing this.
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>> jesse: did the corporate sponsors cave because of pressure western markets that would happen? it was something that went on the report. >> dana: was all right before we came to air that jpmorgan is looking at the possibility of not sponsoring an nbc show that would air next weekend, basically there is a call for a boycott if you don't like it. i think that free speech is a principle that we should go back to, respecting each other. >> jesse: well, and riddle me this. the left likes to say when republicans use the phrase "radical islam," it says that the terrorists want to kill is even more, but then these left-wingers put these assassination plays and productions out, should and then by their own logic, are they encouraging kooks to do something more dangerous? >> juan: this is a an old play called julius caesar.
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>> jesse: trump is not the main character. >> juan: you know, i don't get this conversation. we just set right in the intro, barack obama was cast as the julius caesar in 2012, and people saw that. >> jesse: in minnesota. >> juan: i mean, i don't get it. wow. i mean i don't get it. >> jesse: >> juan: it's all aboe idea of free speech and being provocative, and especially at this time in america, where you have such polarized politicians, such discontent on either side. so what you do is you have to speak to the energy, the spirit of the assassin, these times are not normal in american terms of political discourse, or politic politics. and you keep coming back to this, let me just say, i don't think this play endorses assassination, to the contrary, if you watch the play, the play
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generate sympathy for julius caesar, donald trump, in the aftermath of the assassination. so you know to me, this is like the right looking for something to find grievances. >> so this is helping the president? >> juan: is not supposed to help, it's art. >> jesse: no one is censoring the play. the government is not saying we are banning this production, i think people think it's distasteful, it's disrespectful. and people aren't going. >> juan: that's not true. that's not true. this play is very popular. >> kimberly: more so now. >> dana: they did that because it is controversy to try to generate profits. >> juan: that's fine, but there was a line before. >> jesse: and how do you feel about what they do to the original work? do you feel that they need to -- if you write a play and you die, and somebody is out there and someone can politicize it by moving it around or putting some
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political meaning in it, which is what they are doing, do you think that's okay for someone can do that? >> juan: absolutely. modernize it, make it contemporary. and this is what happened with hamlet. it is the number one show in new york city. >> jesse: overrated. >> juan: many americans love hamlet, it is a huge winner of awards. guess what? hamlet speaks directly to so many issues of current concern in american life, especially immigration, but in large part, the whole notion that guess what, the founding fathers are the heroes across time -- >> kimberly: so let's do taming of the shrew with pelosi or clinton or warren. more art. i am for more art. >> jesse: his head was on a stake in "game of thrones," the
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death of a president about killing george w. bush, it won an award. they have had kathy griffin be had donald trump, they have had someone else say that he wants to punch out the present, madonna wants to bomb the white house, this is something that is in the bloodstream of the left. >> juan: no, i don't think it's in any bloodstream. i thought that what kathy griffin did wasn't funny, there is no pattern. you make up seven things and say that. >> jesse: radical islam was to blame, but the mainstream media is still fixated on the weapon. that is next. [ toilet flushes ] so when you need a plumber, you can count on us to help you find the right person for the job. discover all the ways we can help at angie's list.
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>> on the one-year anniversary of the orlando terror attacks, how is it being remembered? "the washington post" left out the masters cause, the only reference to the islamic cause in the caption, yet it had no problem calling the attack another example of gun violence, which i guess makes hurricane katrina water violence. a better way to honor victims is to remind them why they were killed, not how they were killed. after 9/11, you don't honor the dead by saying they were murdered by a plan and a box cutter.
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they were killed because of radical islam. if and to and killed, same thin thing. it rears back in the case of political correctness, let's target the average that follows instead. if he's in "the new york times," it was called "a night of terror, a year of racism, "focus on critics of radical islam, he said the response to the attack was a missed opportunity for gun reform. once again, terrorism always exposes enablers into their flaccid responses to evil. this weekend, there were protests, much by the media, how crazy is it that if you come out against these things, it is you who is the problem? by the way, yesterday was another anniversary, the first hanging of a which took place in salem, massachusetts, in 1692.
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if our modern media were around them, they would side with the hangman. >> so, k.g. >> kimberly: i have a solution. thanks so much for calling on m me. call it a travel ban on country, that murder, gays, they sail right through. the ninth circuit, i call you out. try and do that. countries that don't honor you, they murdered gays, that stone women to death, that if a family member climax, they believe in genital mutilation. would that be okay? >> i don't think it would be. there are people that came out against these marches, and they are thinking to themselves feminists defending something that would kill them. >> when they have the climate
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rallies, they don't call them far left, they are mainstream, and it's a bunch of moms with their kids, there's a lot of things that we want to remember about what happened in orlando. one, the sky was fired in his job for saying horrible things about jews and fort hood and women. and the fbi interviewed him four times, and they still didn't get it right. the guy targeted the gay club partially because he was gay, and after the attack, it was they tried to spin it as something about gun violence, but it was not. it was a 9 millimeters pistol and an assault rifle. so "the washington post" we watch it, that just makes islamic terror more dangerous because it hides the truth. no one that reads "the washington post" buys into this. when they play word games, we are not that stupid, we are not duped by these games. i think that's when they think that they are smarter than the readers, they actually aren't. we know how dangerous it is.
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>> greg: they focus on tools, but we know it has been cars, trucks, knives, planes, and fan fans. >> kimberly: right, and they didn't talk about the ideology of them, which basically it's the 911 call that reveals that he says i am doing this on behalf of all. the article did not mention the wife's involvement. or how they had to track her down, she said i have nothing to do with this, and then wait maybe she did. there was a lot more to this end gun violence. gun violence is terrible too, but hiding this, actually read the article twice because i thought surely you must have meant something. >> greg: we can't kill these ghouls if we keep blaming their acts on others, it will weaken our resolve. and maybe that is why when we are fighting isis, we are not fighting to her fullest capability because we keep thinking oh, may be they have a
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point. >> juan: especially, i would think that people who are trump supporters would say that we are fighting more effectively than ever. that is what i just said, okay, so i don't know where that comes from, to my mind, i think "the washington post" is focused on the sadness, the loss of life for those families, the people who were killed. it was not about that. now i think they were wrong not to mention it, for sure, i don't see how you can do that, because as dana just said, it is mentioned in the phone call, when he claims i am doing this. now he was never connected to any larger network or anything like that. but they mention what i think have been sufficient. the question is the protest about this, what is going on and on the right where the rights thanks oh, gee, we are going to buy into this because we want some grievance. we see that everybody is walking all over us, i don't understand. >> greg: i looked out the protests in england, they were
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minorities that were there, and the media, i think bbc called them far rights. they weren't, they were just people who are finally tired of this. people in manchester are dying, people in london dying, we don't want to die. i think they are the we don't want to die party. >> juan: you get someone like president trump who in the aftermath, the media says i was right. you think what is going on? you are right about islamic terror? what are you write about? and then this morning when he comes back, again, you understand, this is being politicized, and to the right somehow delights in it. >> kimberly: that is very inappropriate. saying that they delight in the loss of life? >> jesse: there is always a spin when it happens on his watch.
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>> juan: you guys are so insecure that you are always on your back heal, reacting to someone else. >> dana: i don't think so, one. you are the one who -- >> juan: listen, the fact is this guy was a nutcase. this guy was a deeply disturbed troubled person, and then he takes the moment and attributes it radical islam. >> jesse: you have absolutely no solutions come on. if anybody says hey, this is the product of a new kind of strategy by isis to incite people to do this, is nothing, no worries, and you are politicizing it. >> juan: no, i think it president trump specifically politicized it when he said that he is right on radical terror. i'm just telling you that anybody who intentionally politicize his a tragedy. >> dana: here's the problem. somehow try to find an opportunity out of weakness to
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try to blame a president who is frustrated by the loss of life, he hasn't done anything wrong here. >> juan: politicizing a tragedy is wrong. >> greg: i've seen a coward do it. >> juan: who is the coward? >> kimberly: no one to -- >> greg: if you don't want to talk about radical islam, you are a coward. if you want to blame trump and his tweets, you are a coward. >> dana: we are not saying that anyone delights in this, in the loss of life. >> juan: what we all should be doing -- >> dana: that's what you're doing. >> greg: people who lost loved ones in 9/11, they are all rich, of course is political. >> juan: no. >> greg: you are saying anybody who is outraged -- >> juan: no. you should think about what i'm saying. >> greg: i am. >> greg: president obama blamed benghazi --
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he blamed it on a video. to save the general election. if that is not politicizing tragedy, i don't know it is. >> juan: you are way off. >> greg: all right, we've got to go, the media may be distracted by the russian investigation, but what about the presidential cabinet meetings? we will show you. i had i joined the army in july of '98. our 18 year old was in an accident. when i call usaa it was that voice asking me, "is your daughter ok?" that's where i felt relief. we're the rivera family, and we will be with usaa for life. and the wolf huffed like you do sometimes, grandpa? well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor.
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>> there is an and talented group of people in this room. we have been working very hard. we have been working for our country to protect her safety, wringing bank jobs into our country, and putting always america first. >> kimberly: today, president trump assembled his full cabinet for the first time, taking this off of the russia investigation for a second, everyone got a chance to speak around the table one by one. >> it is a privilege to serve, serve the students of this country. >> we are engaged with our allies to ensure that they know
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what our expectations are. >> it's an honor to represent department of the defense, and we are grateful for the sacrifices our people are making in order to strengthen our military. >> it's a privilege to do the national security mission, the finest tradition. >> kimberly: the president took the opportunity to say what his administration has accomplished. >> never has there been a president with this, who's has passed more legislation, who has done more things than what we have done, between executive orders and the job killing regulations, we have created all these jobs since the election. if we were to sample that almost $4 trillion in the stock market has been created, everyone would
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laugh at us. they would say, that's ridiculous, but that's what it is. >> kimberly: that was the public portion of the cabinet meeting, but really it is behind the scenes, getting down to work. they've got a lot to do, they finally have their full cabinet in play, administration was slow to nominate someone, but now they have their priorities in place, and they are trying to move forward. >> they have a lot of heavy lifting to do. i think everyone acknowledges that. i think they forget that his biggest accomplishment was preventing hillary from getting into the white house. >> kimberly: that is a huge compliment. >> jesse: any time that's mention, round of applause. but i think the president really prevented the country from going over a cliff. right now he is like an emt. he is in rescue mode. we are going to get some resuscitation, right now it is like pulling out of paris, stopping this regulation nation,
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repealing obamacare, and then to the resuscitation, thathen you start moving forward with legislation, actually replacing obamacare. you know, loosening up coal mining regulations, doing things like building the wall. those things are actually going to have more impact. and i think right now he is in the transition period, and he's going to get there, but you can't dismiss the economy, are going to have a big gdp year, almost a million jobs created since the election, regulations slash, does not get talked about enough, and gang bangers are getting deported. there is a lot of progress being made, just not as fast as everyone would like. >> kimberly: that is a good point. it is hard to measure how regulation can actually be like a lead blanket on the economy, and when he is talking about the accomplishments, there are things that he has done by executive order that don't get a lot of attention because they look like they are really small, but for businesses, they may no
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not. >> kimberly: you are right. in really large measure, due to the regulations that we have seen, the positive impact on the numbers. just that alone has really been you know forceful in terms of something like pushing the economy, the job numbers, everything that has been the catalyst to be able to produce some of those positive numbers, but you know, good luck, and i hope that you have a lot of time spent if you go on google or bing to try to find a positive story, if you find one, it is going to credit the president obama economy for these incentives, cutting back on the regulations has really been the stimulus for some of this, so for sure they are not going to give him credit where credit is due, but you just have to be the bigger person and keep pushing forward, regardless of what they are saying. >> dana: how do you see it, one? >> juan: i am reminded of the commercial where every kid that participates gets a trophies, no matter what if he hadn't replete yield the mic repealed and
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obamacare, no matter about tax reform, you could say oh, this is the most sensational administration since fdr, you know, why bother? >> jesse: why doesn't he just spend money like president obama? we are still working on repairing that. >> juan: the part of it that really strikes me about this is let's leave apart all of the bipartisan arguing, what a dog and pony show this is. you have a cabinet meeting, and in the cabinet meeting, you have every one of your folks praise you like you are a caesar? oh, my god, what is going on? >> kimberly: will leasing as as -- >> dana: a lot of the media focusing on that they can go around and have everyone say something nice, but i was thinking earlier, the media did that for the president for the last eight years. just because you're a republican, you can't say
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anything? >> juan: did george bush do that? no. >> jesse: i just love how he says leaving all the partisanship behind, then he goes into a partisan comment. >> juan: no i didn't. >> jesse: you called it a dog and pony show. >> juan: go right ahead. >> greg: okay, if you have seen any of his meetings, this is how he does it. he'll have everybody go around. i have seen about a dozen of them, that's what he does. he's a different person. by the way, you notice that one person was missing, dennis rodman. he was already on the road for north korea, but i find it kind of charming how he does this. what he does, by the way, we are all judging him on what he does, i like a politician on what they don't do. the less, the better. if you are good on one thing and one thing only, which is to eradicate isis, to end a terrorist are, i don't care if you don't build the wall, i don't care if you don't cut the taxes, this to me is the most
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important. in the number one objective is security. the wall is part of that, i really think that that is where you've got to go. i think they knew that it was going to be a ride, but i don't think they expected this. this is not -- this is every day when they show up for work, you know, they've got to show up, he packs more into four weeks than obama did into four years. >> kimberly: you say that they only do one thing, that is why i'm surprised that he doesn't go back and talk about confirmation, there are many conservative people saying if nothing else happens in the next four to eight years, that's all they care about. >> greg: also come when you look at the people around the table, it's like the super friends, the cabinet members. everyone there is a heavy hitter. >> dana: i know. >> greg: the people that obama had, no. at least half of them, come on. i can't even remember their names.
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ben rhodes, that guy. obama hired -- she was terrible at hiring people >> jesse: he hired yes-men. >> juan: what are you going to do? >> kimberly: president trump will perhaps even win reelection if he has a growing economy. that's it. that's the main thing. speak all right, after talking about the g.o.p. split, bernie sanders thinks his party -- that's next. ♪ isn't it time to let the real you shine through? maybe it's time for otezla (apremilast). otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. with otezla, 75% clearer skin is achievable after just 4 months,... with reduced redness,... thickness, and scaliness of plaques.
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runner-up in the 2016 presidential nomination, what he had to say about the democrats over the weekend. >> the current model into the current strategy of the democratic party is an absolute failure. democratic party needs fundamental change. the democratic party must finally understand which side it is on. >> kimberly: senator sanders of course lost to hillary clinton, who spent over a billion dollars just to come up short against president trum president trump. spending priorities during the priorities still have many democrats upset. >> the hillary clinton campaign did not spend their money on white workers, and they did not spend their money on people of color. they spent it on themselves. let's be honest. they took a billion dollars a billion dollars, a billion
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dollars and spent it on fire and called it a campaign. you need to give the money back to the people, period. >> kimberly: all right, so truth bombs. >> greg: you know, the media is so focused on the ultra-right and the friction going on during the campaign, that they conveniently overlook the old left, which is fundamentally anti-speech, you're saying that on campus, and then you see bernie sanders, this is a guy who called for a religious test, christians at the confirmation hearing of russell. condemn the travel ban to stop terrorists from coming here, but they are okay with this guy being loud in office. presidential trump was a political earthquake for both parties, he told both parties that anything is possible, they wind with the safe miserable bet, they were the ones who didn't take the risk. and they had the risk in front of them, and they probably could
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have one with bernie. maybe with somebody else, a beat with jim webb, i don't know. >> kimberly: but that is going in a totally different direction than what people on the left, that is a growing part of the democratic party. i don't think that they would actually go for jim webb. >> greg: i know. it was an absurd comment. >> dana: one of the ways that he was able to take that back the majority in the house was he included moderate democrats in order to run and when, but now there is a pressure in the party. and bernie is the man going around ban adding the wounded in their own side. he is making sure that they will have problems throughout, when they actually try to win some of the season 2010, but i think that this tension will cause the democrats even more problems and people like elizabeth warren, the senator from massachusetts, who is very polarizing. i don't think that this is their answer back to winning. they will not be able to put forward any policies from election, these people are not
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the answers. >> kimberly: it is really unbelievable when you see people in the country with the salt left intel vicious and visceral they are, they don't want to hear anyone else's viewpoint, just rampant discrimination against anyone who does not believe exactly what they think, and they confuse motives, thoughts, an end intention, and if you support republicans or if you support the president, or if you are pro-chumps, you are racist and sexist, a bigot, and all around that person, and you don't deserve to have an opinion. >> jesse: you have the black lives matter people, the occupy wall street, the democratic party, but that is where the energy and the ideas are. and that is the problem with the democratic party because you do have some responsible democrats who are more mainstream, part of watching the establishment, more pro-wall street, and they can maybe win elections and raise money, but they can't get out to vote, and they can't drive any
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voter excitement, so what they need to do is if they can galvanize a good looking reasonably intelligent person that can kind of rally the party -- why am i giving these democrats advice anyway? >> dana: take it back. run bernie. >> jesse: they need to get to kitchen table issues, back to obamacare, back to college tuition, and back to wages, and maybe even go along with some of the trump agenda because that's how you got independence, that's how democrats win elections. >> juan: boy, you would never know that trump is down in the 30s in terms of approval. but i would say this, remember there are such big divides among republicans, especially people who were never trumpeters. the way that you guys are talking, there is only division among democrats. let me just say this, there is a big congressional wave in
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georgia, he right now has a slight lead, but it is very slight. he is running pretty much along the lines that you described wanting to reach out to people and say you know it, we have got to do better about -- 's before he is not a burning guy. at >> juan: he is not a burning guy, and guess what he has raised a record amount of money, unlike what happed in montana, what happened in kansas, now you see the party gravitating towards him, and i think not what we just saw from bernie sanders, not the kind of militant angry things. >> kimberly: they think that they have a chance to win there, that is why the money is piling in, not because he is so revolutionary or inspiring people. people just met the guy. i had ivanka trump sits down with fox news, what she felt blindsided belt when her father
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>> ivanka trump sat down on "fox & friends," she got candid about the political attacks against her dad. >> there is a level of viciousness that i was not expecting. i was not expecting the intensity of this experience. we are looking to change the status quo, so i didn't expect it to be easy, i think some of the distractions and some of the ferocity i was a little blindsided by on a personal level. but for me, i am trying to keep my head down, not listen to the noise, and just work really hard to make a positive impact in the lives of as many people. >> juan: served in it, she has become a strong political activist in her father's administration, her husband obviously now even questioned as to whether he is a person of interest -- >> dana: they certainly stepped into the arena, i think
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we are fortunate in america to have people who are willing to run for office because it isn't easy. you have heard similar things from people like laura bush and michelle obama, who both said that while mecca, they had no idea the intensity, and they admired the people, i actually thought that the second part of what she said was more important, and that she said she is trying to be a transformative president, and that what she's doing this week is doing workplace issues, she will be in wisconsin tomorrow with her dad and the governor of wisconsin, and they are focusing on provocation all training, she very much wants to turn around what she heard when she was on the campaign, which was that people feel like they don't have economic opportunity, into the reason for that is the education that they are getting, that was the focus this week, as she said, she is trying to ignore the noise, and everybody is focusing on that one piece of what she said. the second piece is more important to me. >> juan: do you think that all of the back and forth, the fact
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that she has been playing this role should be ignored? >> kimberly: no, i think that she should be evaluated based on her contribution, and the earnestness with which she focuses and applies herself. i know her personally, she is a very nice person. she is very bright and hard-working, very well-liked, it is just a fact, and i think she really wants to do something very good for the country, for women and children, for working moms, something that she is very passionate about, she has been doing a lot of things, trying to contribute in this moment in time, and it must be very difficult to hear and see the horrible things that she has had to put up with, like her father being murdered and assassinated in the play, the severed head, and to see her stepbrother, being targeted as well it is very, very upsetting. >> juan: what do you think? >> greg: i think it was very symbolic to have ivanka come out and kind of caps on the week, coming off of the last week,
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where her father was pretty vindicated by comey, and of course, you didn't expect all this, she came from new york city, where her father was adored by i think republicans and democrats for a certain period of time. so i don't think she's ever going to get used to this. i don't think anybody can. she is striking back. i think she is probably the most effective spokesperson for the president. >> juan: if she is in the arena, she is going to get hit. >> greg: , but it's interesting, the people who hit her. i judge people by the restraint that they show and they have options, and you see people who are acting irrational, like the people on the plane who went after her family, they believe that they have this option, because of the mood, that you can actually go and attack somebody, and they do, and it shows what kind of scum they ar are. so it's given me a new kind of clarity. it's no longer left versus
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right, it is super anti-hatred for trump and the rest of the world. it generate so much intensity, all of the other politicians are essentially people, and he is not. for people who aren't into politicians, it's like everybody has an opinion on him. he will can watch the super bowl without being into football, you can watch trump without being into politics. >> kimberly: he has a good attitude. >> juan: one more thing: listen up, heart disease.)
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time now for "one more thing," adam west, who played the role of batman, passed away at the age of 88 on friday. to pay a little homage to him, let's show a little clip from his performance. >> you will never get away from this, riddler. >> would you like to make a little wager? >> i never gamble. ♪ >> jesse: bam, that's how you do it. so everybody loved watching adam west, and god rest his soul. dana. >> dana: i just want to say happy birthday to george h.w. bush, 93 years old, two former presidents called him, and he is eating dinner with another former president. so happy birthday, george bush. >> greg: all right, i love the internet because there i found the heavy metal band name generator, what you do as you
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take the first letter of your first name and then the first letter of your last name from this list, and then you come up with your own heavy metal band name, kimberly, you would be hells angels. juan williams, you would be forsaken thorn. you would be the forsaken farm, dana probably got the best name, which is iron god. and i am deeply angels. >> kimberly: that's perfect. it is gory. >> jesse: okay, kimberly. go to kimberly first. >> kimberly: okay, so some exciting news, first lady melania trump, she has it officially moved to d.c. and into the white house, which is very excited for them. baron is the first little boy to live in the white house in a long time. >> juan: a really heartwarming
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moment caught on tape, president carter on a plane, taking time to shake hands with everyone on the plane. and this is not the first time. he does this all the time. and we know that he is surviving cancer. >> greg: what a great guy. hannity is up next. >> things were our friends on "the five," president trump and his family hit back hard against the former fbi director, comey. the president weeding out today i believe james comey and his leaks will be far more problems than anyone thought possible, totally illegal? and totally illegal. >> ivanka said that her father feels vindicated. let's take a look. >> where did you watch it? >> well, my father felt very vindicated in all of the statements that he's been making, he feels incredibly optimistic. >> wilha


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