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i have to let you go. so good to talk to you. that's going to do it for today. neil is back tomorrow. i am back on "the intelligence report" every day and on fox tonight. >> kimberly: i am kimberly guilfoyle with juan williams, jesse watters, dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five" ." there has been years and years of talks by presidents about making our children safe again in their classrooms. this president is determined to finally get it done. >> people sitting in my position did not take action. they didn't take proper action. they took no action at all. we're going to take action. we're going to do strong background checks. we are going to work d at the age up to 21 instead of 18. getting rid of the bump stocks
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and focusing strongly on mental health. >> kimberly: mr. trump held another sit down today, this time with state and local officials from across the country. in addition to gun law reforms and mental health screening, the president suggested arming some teachers to deter school shootings. >> we have to harden our schools, not soften them up. a gun free zone to a killer or somebody that wants to be a killer, that's like going in for the ice cream. that's like "here i am. take me." one of the fake news networks, cnn said i said i wanted teachers to have gone. i want highly adept people who understand weaponry, guns. if they have that aptitude. i think a concealed permit for having teachers and letting people know their people in the building with guns, in my opinion you won't have the shootings. these people are cowards. they are not going to walk into
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a school if 20% of the teachers have guns. >> kimberly: not everyone is on board with that idea. a lot of progress in terms of the last two days, getting people together, greg, to talk about these issues, brainstorming coming up with ideas. the president now has some specifics he seems to be seizing upon. >> greg: it's interesting that most of the practical solutions are coming from reasonable people, people who know statistics, understand weaponry and can speak rationally. i have to say we have gone through this a lot. a lot of the shootings. especially with "the five" over the last six years, we have mentioned specifically these very solutions. we have talked about hardening soft targets. i remember every time there was a shooting i would say the same thing about fox news -- we are surrounded by security and the people who talk about gun control on tv are surrounded by security. when you're on cnn or msnbc or whatever, there are people who create a loop of fabulist armed
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security so they can tell you why you should have a gun. we have talked about databases. my point is it amazes me how narrow the media is on this topic. they act as if they've never heard these things before, that these are all mind-blowing. oh, my god. you mean armed security in schools? you're criminalizing the schools. it's like, no. these are not new ideas. these are ideas we have talked about. it drives me crazy. it shows wind anchors and people get the vapors over this stuff. they cordon themselves off from people with actual, sensible ideas. instead of saying do something and getting angry and emotional, these are actually practical solutions. but we have talked about these for years. >> kimberly: dana, what do you make of it? the last 48 hours in terms of discussions, the people that came to see, the people brought
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together in the ideas. "the five" i think it's been super interesting. i was thinking about it today. talking about the president. i think the cnn town hall was something different. different tone and tenor. one of the things you do at the white house, i think they still have it, policy time with the president. this is usually something that's definitely not on camera. and everybody who has a seat at the table, usually senior staff and relevant federal agencies, either the secretary or deputy, are there and they throw out their ideas are the president can say yes, no. you are watching that in real time today. a couple times the president jumped in and said i don't like the active shooter drills. i don't like it and he explain why. for children it would be traumatic and why would we want to do that to them? it was interesting to see that. you also have a situation where president in real-time is talking about ideas that aren't totally fleshed out.
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when somebody says the nra is not going to support that. yes, they will. then the nra says no, we don't support it when it comes to raising the age limit. he is not afraid to walk over hot coals that most politicians aren't willing to do. i will try that. i am for that. why don't we try that? they be at the end of this we will end up with the bump stock thing. maybe something on the state level. dealing with protecting schools in hard targets. i think some of that has to come from a local level. people getting real specific. the president said what about giving teachers bonuses if they are adept at using weapons and they could be one of these teachers and we could give them a little bit of bonus and incentive money. the school board person says could you tell us how we might pay for that? we don't ever have extra money. the president is like we will work on that later. you are watching policymaking in real time rather than getting it all finished in a nice package
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with a bow and presenting it to the american people. >> greg: i love the bonus idea. it was a great idea. >> dana: it is a businessman's idea. >> kimberly: it makes sense. what did you think, jesse? you were very moved, as we all were yesterday. today was i think significant follow-up. >> jesse: i'm struck by how the republican party as the party of ideas. to greg's point, you've had so many specific ideas come out from the president's mouth about solving the issue. you've had a lot of specific ideas coming from the president's mouth about solving integration. we saw the same kind of organic, how the sausage is made kind of meeting with the immigration thing. you are seeing it with guns now and i am not hearing the same sort of ideas from the democratic side of the aisle. i don't even know what the democrats want to do on guns. i know they don't like guns. i know they want to ban ar-15s but in terms of school safety,
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what is the democrats' position on school safety? i don't know what it is. maybe juan can enlighten me. we have just rattled off really great ideas in the president, to his credit, is leading his party away from the kind of strict i'm not going to do anything on guns stands they've had in the past. it is a tired analogy. it is the "nixon goes to china" analogy. i hate to use it but it's appropriate here. if anyone can do it on guns or gun safety, it's going to be president donald j. trump. the democrats like to say the kindergarten teacher who is 80 years old, miss edelman, it's going to be packing a 9-millimeter on her way to teaching one plus one is too. that's a scare tactic. he's talking about janitors or bureaucrats or administrators or teachers that are trained and have licenses, having locked up weapon so when the alarm goes off they can do that.
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i don't see what the problem is with that. democrats seem to want to ban bad guys and good guys from having weapons. i don't understand why we would ban good guys. >> kimberly: juan, what'd you think about the last two days? >> juan: the signal is the young people coming out in the way they have becoming a force of the political discussion about guns in the aftermath of what took place in parkland. the other side of it that's more fascinating to me in a sad way is the attack on the kids that have come from the right, calling them actors and puppets. absolutely belittling young people because they stand up and say hey, this is impacting our lives. enough is enough. do something. i think it is a cry that's being heard around the country. to me, when you talk about things like let's are most schools, which seems to me the number one idea coming from
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president trump, i think you are enlisting them in the nra army because you are saying everybody has to have guns. we are going to have to have guns everywhere, even around our children. with the proliferation of guns in schools, i think you can anticipate there are going to be more gun incidents and schools. to me, that's not a good idea. i think what we want to do is seek clearly. the problem is because of the nra and its power over the politicians, you get into a situation like you had last night at the cnn event or marco rubio, he is saying i am for lowering the age limit which is what president trump has said with regard for guns. people say oh, no. what about -- >> greg: you are a fixation on the nra is your way out of a debate. >> juan: no, i'm glad to have -- >> greg: what we talked about. >> juan: i said i think arming schools is essentially asking
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all of us to enlist in the nra army so we don't have -- >> kimberly: wayne lapierre offered a fierce defense of the night. >> if they truly cared, what they would do is they would protect them. for them, it's not a safety issue. it's a political issue. their goal is to eliminate the second amendment. and our firearms freedoms so they can eradicate all individual freedoms. evil must be confronted immediately with all necessary force to protect our kids. to stop a bad guy with a gun, it takes a good guy with a gun. >> kimberly: that was a line that was well received by the crowd. >> greg: it is a well-worn line. we've heard it before. it's true. if you want an example, what he's talking about.
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listen to the police chief last night. i know we are going to talk about the cnn town hall in the butter be blocked. government, sometimes that police chief can't protect you. they went to that kid's house how many times? they had how many, 30 some odd instances. and they booed the nra at that town hall. when i listen to that police chief, private citizen security or train personnel, could have stopped this because the police didn't. that is the thing. sometimes government just can't be there. i go back to the other statistic that's been used. the duration of a gun the attack is dictated by the arrival of a second gun. if the gun is already there, do the math. >> juan: let me tell you something that stood out to me watching wayne last year. i thought wayne lapierre at
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cpac, this is going to be wayne lapierre being endorsed, applauded. i thought this is going to be their moment because this is their crowd. at one point wayne lapierre says it's awfully quiet. i guess you should be afraid. i think there are lots of people who identify as conservatives and gun rights supporters who are uncomfortable at this moment and i think that's great. >> greg: you are looking at a transition at the nra. i think he is the old face of the nra. >> kimberly: don't tell him that. >> greg: he wouldn't be happy. dana lohse, a young, strong woman who can articulate this idea and brave enough. cnn offered such a great deal to dana lasch. don't come and we will make fun of you or come and we will make fun of you. >> jesse: i want to address something you said in the beginning.
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he said we are going to arm the schools. that's not accurate. not every teacher gets a gun. they are not going to have kurds above the school, with machine guns sweeping the grounds. that's insane. you are saying you are enlisting them in the nra army. that is just rhetoric, juan. if you give one teacher, a trained teacher, a weapon to then use to neutralize a school shooter before police can get there, that's practical. you feel safer being protected by weapons when you're at a football game. her at a ravens game. there is one police officer armed for each 1,000 fans. that's a good ratio. if you have a high school with a thousand people you have one armed person. that's not an army from the nra. the nra is created to be a bogeyman. if you look at the statistics, the nra doesn't donate that much money to politicians compared to other people. they donate less than unions. they donate lesson planned
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parenthood. they don't crack the top 50 in terms of lobbying outfits. i know the nra is powerful in your mind but a lot of the politicians that vote with the nra aren't doing it because they are beholden because they are getting a lot of donations. you can't buy a politician for $2500. they vote with the second amendment because they believe in the second amendment. >> dana: one other thing, which is the possible things changing. one of them has to do with something that's been a thorn in the side of a lot of people for a long time especially on the left. the centers for disease control, because of an amendment passed 25 years ago, has not been allowed and has not been funded to study gun violence and mental illness and gun violence. all of those things get -- one of the things we've talked about is it's better to make decisions based on evidence and facts and research so you can be logical about it and try to solve the right problem. there's been changes now.
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it looks like, at least the secretary of health and human services, alec cesar, looks like he's willing. he was in a hearing last week to look at the issue. put some money toward it. even the person, it's called the dickey amendment, former congressman dickey's thinking i didn't mean for this to actually happen over 25 years. i am okay with having research done. might be a small thing but if you are wanting to make decisions based on research, then there might be a way forward. >> juan: do you know why that is? it's because of the power of the dollar from the nra that has shut that down and made it a political issue. >> dana: i know. i used to answer questions about it all the time. >> juan: obviously not that powerful. they are now open to doing it. >> juan: 25 years. that's how difficult it's been. greg said let's have real ideas in real conversations but i think the opposite of you. gets shut down by people who are fearful of the nra.
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>> greg: i remember somebody named president obama went at senate and congress. democrat. >> jesse: majority in the senate and they voted on the assault weapons ban. 16 democrats voted against it. nine are still in the senate. >> juan: i am saying people are fearful of having an honest discussion. >> greg: you say people when you mean democrat. >> juan: no, no. republicans are locked to the nra and democrats are fearful if they say anything, they will suffer at the ballot box. >> greg: i think you create this in your head so you don't want to talk about solutions. you create this big "we can't do anything. we are paralyzed." you can't listen to the practical solutions. >> kimberly: more to come when "the five" returns. friends, colleagues,
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♪ >> jesse: welcome back. tensions were high last night at a town hall in florida. marco rubio bore the brunt of anger from students and parents fed up with a national and gun
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control. >> senator rubio, can you tell me right now you won't accept a single donation from the nra? >> number one, the positions i hold on the issues of the second amendment i have held since the day i entered office. number two, the answer to the question is people buy into my agenda and i support the second amendment and i support the right of everyone to go to school and be safe. >> jesse: and then they directed their rage at nra spokeswoman dana loesch. >> do you think it should be harder to obtain the semiautomatic and modifications for the weapons to make them fully automatic, like bump stocks. >> do you know it's not federally required for states to report people who are prohibited possessors, crazy people, people who are murderers. no? we have been talking about it
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for a long time. let me answer the question. you can shout me down when i am finished but let me answer the question. >> jesse: i mean, that's a stark contrast, juan, between the presidents forum yesterday at the white house which was filled with ideas and emotion and polite and respectful. that was really ugly, i thought. >> juan: i didn't think it was ugly. i thought it was quite direct. the president was unusual. some here is that it was terrific to see that kind of discussion. we've seen it before with regard to immigration but it was a fun for people to get a look inside. the difficulty is people say it's a dog and pony show. he's got his notes, be sure to say "i hear you" and all that but i appreciate the idea of the president would take the time and make the effort. i don't care about the publicity. i just think it was sincere and i hope it was sincere in his part. although today when he says --
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the real meeting should be, what do you do when someone says, are you going to keep taking money from the nra, senator? >> jesse: you do have to give marco rubio credit for going into the belly of the beast. the sound of the crowd. >> juan: president trump have the opportunity to go there. other republicans who just said no. >> kimberly: i try to focus on the positives. people show up and they go there and they try to have civilized discourse. you're not getting out as much out of the cnn town hall because people were very rude and very disrespectful, and i don't like that at all. i enjoyed the presidents two days of his meetings and listening sessions because i thought you really have thoughtful discussion and deliberation and ideas that were put forth. i really enjoyed it. when i see something like this, it becomes almost roman theater. are they going to feed him to the lions? yes, i applaud marco rubio and
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dana loesch for going because they want to be part of the solution. they are not afraid to address people who have differing viewpoints. but you want to be love to hear them. give them the opportunity to speak. otherwise it is like a circus. >> jesse: that was the difference. there wasn't a lot of listening, it seemed like, last night. reminds you one of those college events were a conservative speaker gets up there and he also drowns them out and i don't the point of view. >> greg: i feel very strongly about the cnn town hall. i thought it was absolutely awful. the white house meeting, they were able to do what was necessary to combine emotional feeling and rational solutions. it was a conversation that leads to action. i felt hopeful. i felt like for the first time in my life. this issue, something is going to happen. cnn comes along and just pooped
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all over that feeling. i'm sorry. but that was the best nra fund-raising letter you will ever see in her life because you saw people wildly applaud for things that aren't going to happen. an entire semiautomatic band. the way they treated the guests who were there in good faith. cnn has a habit, a pattern of taking a contentious issue under the guise of concern and inflaming it. i remember it with the police shootings. they say it's a big problem and they keep putting attention on it until the story does become the story they wanted to be. and then they do a story on that story. it never stops. they wonder why there is a ferguson effect. why do cops pull back? really they were demonized for two years. clouded by their confirmation bias and they can't see how badly the circus was last may.
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the rest of america side. jake tapper is the best thing at cnn. probably one of the most balanced, sharpest dudes there. i felt bad for him. i felt he was not in the environment he wanted. that's my opinion. >> dana: one of the things -- if the crowd had not been there and if jake tapper have been allowed to maybe do more moderating and directing of the discussion, you might not have had that mentality of the cheering. the presidential debates, chris wallace made sure everyone knew, don't clap. we don't want to hear anything. it's inevitable sometimes when you have an audience that that happens. i think also the white house setting immediately put everybody on their best behavior because it's the number one place in the world you would want to be to have a discussion about freedom. jonathan tobin wrote a peace today. he said the only thing government could do that would
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give activists what they crave is to repeal the second amendment. but democrats are too politically savvy. they don't want to have that debate because that would put them at odds with more than half the country. but really in order to achieve their goals, you would really have to repeal the second amendment. >> jesse: and they would never win another election. >> dana: when you talk about practical solutions, it will never be enough to satisfy everybody. but you might be able to get some things that will help in some places. >> jesse: nancy pelosi is still raging that you can now keep more of your hard-earned money. next. oh, manatees. aka "the sea cow"" oh! there's one. manatees in novelty ts?
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♪ >> greg: how do you know when something good has happened? the left implodes. take the tax bill which has
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twisted democrats into bitter pretzels. we say the bill benefits the rich, they call the rebates crumple me look stupid. it's like noting that a chef is fat while he is cooking free meals at a shelter. the democrats want to repeal it. i hope they try. in a recent town hall, nancy pelosi claims the bill was passed in the dead of night, a massive lie, even for her. she knew more about the tax bill than we knew about her immense wealth. on "the five," we debated it for months. none of us loved it completely because we knew what was in it. unlike obamacare, a flaming mask dumped on america's porch, at midnight, there's this. >> if what you're doing is cutting taxes at the high end and not being able to invest with the future, you're doing a grave disservice to our country.
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>> greg: yeah. the bill is unpatriotic. how so? the millions of bonuses from corporations? if it's not from nancy, then it's treason. or wage increases that came as a direct result of the cuts. is that unpatriotic art? if it's not welfare clip must be evil. the fact is pelosi, what's unpatriotic is any solution that her party didn't come up with. whether it's immigration reform or tax cuts, it's just not right unless it's done by the left. and then boy, does it suck. we have to play this, which i just saw. nancy pelosi offering democratic suggestions for border security. it involves a lawn mower. >> let's sit down and talk this through and see what makes sense. not some commitment to a promise that we are going to build a wall in mexico is going to pay for it. that's never going to happen. but let's talk about where a
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more serious structure might be necessary were fencing would do our mowing the grass so people can't get smuggled through the grass. that is something. technology, personnel. >> greg: i think this is the rallying cry for the democratic party. mold the lawn. >> jesse: mow the lawn, the crumbs. a whole host of unforced errors from nancy. the lawsuit tax debate in their messaging has been atrocious. they position themselves as being against people keeping more of their money. you see it in the polls. having democrats support for the tax cuts doubled from 9% to 18%. the rest of the american public, it's over 50%. juan said something the other day that i found interesting about the popularity of the tax bill. he said he is surprised the tax cuts warranted 90% popularity. i'm glad to hear you say that, juan, that you admit 90% of the country wants to keep more of their money.
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maybe the democratic party can listen to the american people and start cutting taxes. >> greg: juan, respond. >> juan: if we have a pool on ice cream, apple pie, and grandmothers, what do you think the result should be? if it was 50%, you would say what the hell. how can 50% of america not like grandma's apple dumplings. we have a tax cut mr. trump says is the greatest thing ever, and it's only now approaching 50%. according to the polls, it's only a quarter of americans who say they have seen anything, any kind of bump in their pay. i see. >> jesse: 80%. >> juan: 25%. >> jesse: it's wrong. >> juan: is not wrong. using about the reality that president trump says something and you play nancy pelosi because you love to beat up nancy pelosi. >> dana: they are her words.
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>> juan: nancy pelosi says something that makes total sense which is the mexicans aren't paying for this wall. he promised during the campaign the mexicans. now we are going to have to pay for it and he is saying you know what? we have ways to force you to pay for it. why don't republicans say that's just crazy? >> greg: dana. >> dana: something chris stirewalt said a few weeks ago on the daily briefing sure the podcast for the best thing nancy pelosi could do for the democrats and the midterms is wait until the fourth of july recess and retire. or now she's not going to run again as speaker. let the new generation push it forward. >> kimberly: i think it's very obvious at this point that the time has come. what do republicans need to say? just let nancy pelosi keep on talking to be quite honest. she's not making any sense. she says things in a completely
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nonsensical. at least republicans are putting forward legislation. we want people to keep more of their money. she is fighting kind of a losing cause and doesn't have any support or any good metaphors, analogies, or examples. >> greg: or it could be she is on grass. no one uses that word anymore. that is like from dragnet. >> jesse: juan uses it. >> juan: i asked jesse, hey, you got any grass? >> kimberly: "the five" up in smoke. >> greg: cnn's hypocritical ambush of a trump supporter when "the five" returns. can't get enough of them. we took legendary,
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>> juan: mueller indictments revealed some anti-trump rallies in america were organized by the russians. cnn and other news networks covered them wall-to-wall unwittingly. it is surprising to see one of their correspondence ambushing a trump supporter for promoting an event organized on facebook when she had no idea it was being staged by the russians. >> they were not russians. i don't go with the russians. i have nothing to do with the russians. >> apparently you did. maybe you didn't know it but you did. >> those people that were with me were all trump supporters. very much so.
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>> juan: this is interesting because to me, the russians were organizing black lives matter, the anti-muslim, pro-muslim. they were just trying to divide. this woman obviously didn't realize that russians were the ones who were pushing her to get organized. cnn, i think might be guilty of a little bit of browbeating. >> kimberly: it's terrible. first the town hall, now this. circus news network. it's not going well. why are you beating up on this lady. i don't understand. this isn't investigative journalism. it is bizarre. i don't understand what they are trying to accomplish. this poor lady. god help them. quite a lawsuit if anything happens to her. now she is being threatened, targeted online. something happens to her, her family, like we saw with steve scalise. i can't even imagine.
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>> juan: she didn't seem to acknowledge that in fact she was talking with the russians. >> jesse: she didn't realize she was talking to the russians. i've done this dozens of times. ambushed people. i've never done it to a regular person outside their house. i don't understand. the guy can go to someone's house with a camera and a microphone but his tone was so wrong in accusatory and so off. she is an elderly woman who got unwittingly in some kind of facebook page situation with the russians. these were small rallies with a dozen people. she was liking a facebook page. this is much worse than what cnn was doing who broadcast a russian sponsored event and made it seem like it was a love rall rally. this was the second time they did that. they outed guy with president trump and the cnn logo. they blew that up and he was getting death threats.
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>> juan: you have a situation where people are saying they are unfair to this trump supporter. >> dana: here is the thing. the russians understand us sometimes better than we understand ourselves and we are starting to catch up on that. we reinforced online. the russians were able to exploit it, whether it was for bernie sanders supporters are black lives matters are trump supporters. they would figure out a way to throw some chum in the water and they knew those people would go to it. the trolls were coming after us too. i didn't know they were trolls. i thought they were my fellow americans being total jerks. and they couldn't spell and they have terrible grammar. once i realized they were russians, i don't even bother with it anymore. being very brave of cnn or anyone. let's see a correspondent ambushed a russian. let's have someone go to st. petersburg, ask hooton about it. -- ask hooton about it.
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>> jesse: one president trump confronted vladimir putin. >> greg: you are trying hard. this is the result of confirmation bias. they see nothing but what they want to see. they went to an average person's home. they should turn this into a tv show. every day they should go to a person who represents something they don't like. maybe they should go to a classroom and tell the kids the truth about santa claus. that's the truth. or maybe send neil degrasse tyson to some old lady's house to tell her that hopes and prayers don't really work because you are so much smarter than the average person. they should do an ambush of their own producers. they should go to the producers house. boy, you are really stupid when you fell for that rally. it gets me so mad. this did more to effect the 2018
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midterms on the russians could ever hope for. you look at that and you can never trust those people again. >> jesse: probably the first time cnn talked to a trump supporter. >> greg: i hope the nations hall monitor will cover this. the nations hall monitor. >> juan: ahead, another miracle on ice. the u.s. women's hockey team striking gold in south korea. don't we need that cable box to watch tv? nope. don't we need to run? nope. it just explodes in a high pitched 'yeahhh.' yeahhh! try directv now for $10 a month for 3 months. no satellite needed. i thought i was managing my moderate
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>> dana: the u.s. women have finally struck hockey gold, breaking canada's 16 year grip. final score of 3-2. what a game, sudden-death shoot-out thriller. the first in olympic women's hockey history. big day for the u.s. >> juan: great day. our neighbors did not behave well. they wouldn't where there are several metals -- silver medals. they were so upset. hockey players had to fight the u.s. government in order to get equal pay, the same kind of travel, same kind of disability rights. big victory for u.s. women's hockey. >> dana: there was one canadian. they put the metal on her and
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she took it off. >> jesse: i understand, because they dominate hockey. 16 years. i'm not going to pile on. she's upset but she's a poor sport. >> dana: i gave you an opening. >> greg: i am against all of this. i think every team should get a metal and they should be one uniform gold medal. this is a disgusting display. >> kimberly: win with dignity and accept the loss as well with dignity and grace. i think it's unsportsmanlike. >> jesse: sports womanlike. >> dana: congratulations to the women's hockey team from all of us here at "the five." "one more thing" is up next.
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♪ >> kimberly: it's time now for "one more thing." kimberly, why don't you start it off and do it really well. okay, great. time for kimberly's royal news. >> greg: just do it. [laughter] >> kimberly: find. this is very cute. it's a great video. microsoft founder bill gates. he's not royalty. take a look at this. he doesn't know the prices of anything. >> told he knows pizza rolls -- totino's pizza rolls.
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>> 22. no, no, 15. >> lower. >> eight. >> $8. >> juan: i didn't think it was funny. >> kimberly: it's not easy to do the pricing. depends on where you live or where you are shopping. >> dana: luke fox of west chester, pennsylvania, was thrilled when he got a notice from jury duty. the problem is he's only 11. his mom said he couldn't request an exemption online because there is nothing labeled "too young to serve." he was bummed out because he was excited to serve on a jury. he's a boy scout. he's organized a community food drive, all kinds of great things and this is what he said about what a good juror should possess. >> problem solving and being
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unbiased. >> dana: kimberly would have chosen him. >> kimberly: i love him. he would be great. >> dana: good job. seven more years and you will be on a jury. >> greg: fox news podcasts. find my latest podcast with rob long. producer and writer for cheers and now "kevin can wait." one of my favorite podcasts. it's about how to write for television. it's honest and frank. now it's time for greg's andrew wk news. do you know who he is? put some video on real quick. andrew wk, one of my good friends. he was a regular on "redeye." he was named person of the year by the american association of a
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suicide prevention group. he's the most relentlessly positive person. he's a great person. >> juan: saturday i went to see my twins' play of the african-american history museum in washington. when you go to see a play, you're never sure what to expect. it was terrific. it was written by my pal tells the story of the 1961 debate between malcolm x and a militant black separatist. >> i don't think you know where you're going to go. and i don't think -- >> we do. >> we can do it right here. >> if you argue these people are not going to permit you to integrate. >> juan: hats off to chris. he's got a hit on his hands.
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>> jesse: new study shows drinking alcohol is the key to living past 90. >> kimberly: that's all we have time for. "special report" is next. get your hand out of my shot. [laughter] >> bret: i have nothing. thanks, kimberly. president trump pushes changes to background checks for guns and defends the idea of arming teachers or trained personnel in schools. they had of the national rifle association tells conservatives antigun forces are exploiting the florida school shooting. and how the trump administration is trying to cut off the lifeblood of obamacare. this is "special report" ." good evening. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. president trump spending another day trying to advocate for stricter gun laws and


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