two thirds through the big correction. any about that. we will be all over it this weekend with the final day of cpac gathering and top named guests understanding how we can get along. see you. ♪ ♪ >> jesse: hello, everybody, i'm jesse watters along with kimberly gil portfolio, juan williams, dana perino and greg gutfeld. this is the five. busy friday, president trump firing up his base today with a rousing speech at cpac outside of washington, d.c. he addressed a number of pressing issues, including the crisis in our schools, north korea, and also the upcoming elections. hoping to motivate the crowd not to be complacent about the mid terms. >> historically, if you win the presidency, you don't do well two years later. and you know what? we can't let that happen. don't be complacent because, if they get in, they will repeal your tax cuts.
they will put judges in that you wouldn't believe. they will take away your second amendment, which we will never allow to happen. they will take away your second amendment. [cheers and applause] they will take away those massive tax cuts and they will take away your second amendment. the senate democrats and the house democrats have totally abandoned daca. they have -- they don't even talk to me about it they have totally abandoned. you know, we get the reputation like daca. it's not republican. don't worry, you are getting the wall. don't worry. [cheers and applause] getting the wall. >> jesse: there was, of course, lots of trademark trump flash as well. >> all those horrible people back there. they are going to support me. do you know why? because if somebody else won, their ratings would go down. they would all be out of business. my administration, i think, has had the most successful
first year in the history of the presidency. [cheers and applause] i really believe that we have a very, very crooked media. [chanting lock her up] when i was here 2011 i made a speech. it was a love fest, 2011 i believe the time was. and a lot of people remembered and they said we want trump. we want trump. by the way, what a nice picture that is. look at that. i would love to watch that guy speak. [laughter] oh, boy. i try like hell toll hide that bald spot, folks. i work hard at it. it doesn't look bad. hey, we are hanging. in we are hanging in. >> jesse: we're hanging. in i thought, greg, that was the best moment. so self-deprecating for somebody that's prettiy, i wouldn't say vain but very
involved with his hair. he loves his hair. and to make that point i thought was pretty funny: >> gregg: i don't know if this is recent but is he good at taking the slings and air worries and turning them into armor. you were talking about this new stephen colbert cartoon about trump and how hard it is for anti-trump comedians to prosper because trump himself is actually more interesting. >> dana: cartoon is not that funny. because you are competing with that. that's actually funnier. imagine a portrait class where everybody is painting an athlete but all they can do is stick figures. that's what's happening. is he better at doing this than everybody else. i would say he is adept at it because he lost the word adept. >> jesse: he loves that. >> gregg: i did feel watching this i was at ruth chris because there was so much red meat. that's the audience. when you are going to cpac you give the red meat. the only difference is, he's interesting and funny. the democrats could use some
of that. >> jesse: very gaining entertai. we think the democrats are funnier for a different reason. we are laughing at them not with them. he was there to tout his accomplish. s and also fire up the base. it's going to be a base election and traditionally the party in power doesn't do well. do you think he created any momentum for the base. >> dana: for the crowd there, absolutely. >> jesse: in the larger context? >> well, yeah. he has -- the three big things, the accomplishments he is going to point to are tax reform and the economy. the judges. >> jesse: yep. >> dana: for this crowd in particular. and then i think he would say second amendment protections. that's not really a proactive thing that he did. >> jesse: they love that. >> dana: those are the three things that he kept repeating. it's not so much a perspective thing like rook at all the things we are going to do this year in 2018. because there is really nothing that they are really going to be age to get done. i don't think immigration is
going to get done. i saw john cornyn. i out a statement saying raising the age of weapons of 21. getting a weapon to 21. you already see that appealing off in the senate. so the perspective things aren't going to work. but, telling that crowd that if the democrats win, they're going to take away the tax cuts, they're going to try to take away the judges that you have, and they are going to try to repeal the second amendment. so you better go out there and vote. the only thing about this speech and i said this a lot is that i feel like he could drive a news cycle better if he chose one thing to drive news on at the top of the speech, let the networks and all the reporters cover that piece, and then move on to do the rest of the speech because everything gets lost. it's like being at ruth chris with five course meal and i couldn't eat it all. >> jesse: big news i think what you would say is the north korean sanctions he left to the very end. i think he might have almost
forgotten he was going to break the north korean sanction news there was so much other stuff. he spoke to reporters before he even got to the event. and i see what you mean about dliewght the message. juan, what was most offensive part of the speech? >> juan: seven years to go. [laughter] for an old man you are risking a heart attack. >> dana: are you going to make it? >> juan: seven years to go. the cpac audience went wild. so this was a rally. that's what i thought it was going to be and i think his staff thought it was going to be something about increasing sanctions on north korea. as you say, he has kind of got to it at the very end. but as an after thought. he was far more interested in to pick up on the steak house analogy of throwing out the chunks of red meat everywhere he turned. i was surprised that he was throwing out chunks though that had to do with things like democrats abandon daca. i'm the one who cares. wait a minute, he is the one who ended daca and set this
march deadline. now he finds himself in a situation the deadline is approaching and he has got nothing. and the democrats are willing to take a risk. i hope they are having a little more spine than they did last time when schumer backed out on that budget deal. and then this business about lock her up. jesse, it just seems to me like, you know, what would you say, greg, i said a 1970s hit. do you know what i mean? we have been through that. but he still. >> greg: it's his free bird. >> kimberly: oldy but a goody. classic rock. >> jesse: snake. >> juan: it's like he is going back. he needs a hillary. he needs an obama. because he just needs somebody to be -- >> jesse: kimberly, i think every politician has a boogie man out there, whether it's at home or abroad that they use to score points against. and hillary continues to be out there in the conversation. so why not take a shot? >> juan: she lost. >> jesse: say that again,
juan? >> juan: she lost. >> greg: like ground hog day for her. >> juan: you like pelosi. >> kimberly: that one, too. hillary is like the boogie person. >> jesse: i stand corrected. >> kimberly: yeah. but the crowd loves it they love it they're like okay, lock her up, they go crazy. he does hair stuff. so this is like classic quintessential president trump. this is how he speaks. every time he gets up in front of somebody it's a rally opportunity. >> jesse: yep. >> kimberly: he obviously did very well with the crowd there they loved him and he loves them back. >> jesse: he said that at the end. he said i love you guys. you have been to cpac, right? >> gregg: i spok >> greg: i spoke there five years. we had one thing that we didn't have the montage, explaining what happens after you win an election. you just won it and a year later it's really hard. i don't remember any president ever saying that
that's human psychology one-on-one. he was explaining why you lose in two years in a way at people at home understands. oh, it's so much work you already won. that's the best so persuasive, i think. you are looking at me like i'm from out of space. >> juan: this looks how unprepared is he for the job. never been a congressman and senator or governor. oh this is really hard. who knew healthcare could be so complicated? to me this is subject of ridicule. >> greg: at least that's honest. >> juan: honest, oh my gosh. >> dana: working on policies good foreve for our opponents. may not realize those policies are good for them but we are doing it anyway. i thought that was effective. >> jesse: said a few nice things he said about keeping his promise. he bragged obviously, the only politician that's actually kept more promises than he made during the campaign. but when you look back,
besides the wall, a lot of the stuff he has delivered on and the audience really enjoyed that. >> kimberly: they did. he is a man of the people even though he is a new york billionaire. he's relatable because his language, his rhetoric isn't like floury. flowery. it's down to earth. something for everybody there this is my guy. he is not trying to talk above me. not trying to talk around me. making me feel like i'm here for you. we have got things in common. i'm getting it done. that's like a reassuring feeling. it's not like the typical politician where you go i can't relate to that person at all. >> juan: can i play skunk at the garden party for a second? >> kimberly: be yourself. i can smell from here. >> juan: i think he promised to do away with obamacare. >> jesse: mandate is gone. the mandate is long gone, juan. >> juan: obamacare is real
scott walkner johnson thinking about getting out. infrastructure. i don't see any infrastructure spending, no. >> jesse: if democrats could come to the table, juan, you would actually get some infrastructure. >> juan: how about i promise to cut the deficit. the minute i get in there e oh. >> jesse: just wind isis off the map. how about that promise. >> greg: amazing democrats care about a deficit and trump did that for them. what kimberly and dana and juan says the presentation is an old school populist. gets up there and he is tell you this is what we are going to do when you pull back the reason we have disagreements all of you was do. almost everything he does is common sense centrism. he talk presidency enforced border and 1.7 million people. talks about gun talking about popular proactive solutions that some the nra might not like. tax reform, if people think
that really helped the rich, they're wrong. >> dana: can i add one other thing he did today it wasn't in the cpac speech but in his press conference with martin turnbull. he talked briefly but it was interesting insight into that he is getting the briefings and he understands what's happening in syria. and he said it was disgraceful. 250 innocent people that we know of were killed targeted by russians and syrians and we have a huge mess on our hands there the one thing that's a little bit difficult to understand is he says that but also in the same speech or in the preference he says, you know, we have degraded isis. we have taken over their territory and we're out of there. that is not sustainable. both of those things cannot be true u going forward in a second year of a presidency your foreign policy pieces get really important and little bit difficult to deal with. >> jesse: absolutely right. >> juan: before we go, it's kind of a serious note there are stories now that indicate that the russians
were in touch with top leadership before they attacked. >> dana: it's the same guy. that report is terrible. you could tell that the president knew about it and he was talking about it. >> jesse: all right. efforts there to protect stoneman douglas high school but he didn't take action. the president has some words for the armed officer that domgd his duties that day up next. ♪ [man] woah. ugh, i don't have my wallet, so - [girl 1] perfect! you can send a digital payment. [man] uhh, i don't have one of those payment apps. [girl 2] perfect! you have a us-based bank account, right? [man] i have wells fargo. [girl 3] perfect! then you should have zelle! [man] perfect. [girls] perfect! [vo] the number one mobile banking app just got better. [man] does your coach use zelle, too? [boy] of course! [vo] another way we're building better every day.
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still inside the building? >> yes, he was. >> and what should he have done? >> went in. addressed the killer. killed out killer. >> how much time went by that he did not go in that he could have gone in? >> minutes, minutes. i think it was upwards -- i think he remained outside of upwards of four minutes. >> what would you say to the family. >> devastated, sick to my stomach. there are no words. >> kimberly: president trump also had words about that officer today. >> he whole life example. when it came time to get in there and do something, he didn't have the courage or something happened. he heard it right at the beginning. so he certainly did a poor job. that's the case where somebody was outside. they're trained. they didn't react properly under pressure or they were a coward. it was a real shot to the police department. >> kimberly: the president addressing, obviously everybody devastated.
can you imagine the family members and -- these poor students that were murdered to think my god, you could have done something if you reacted. how many lives could have you saved? what could have you done but, instead you stood and tried to protect yourself instead of trying to save others, which is your duty? >> greg: there is a couple of elements to this whole story that are just infuriating. and it makes me infuriated at sheriff israel because he said there are no words. but when he was up at that town hall, he had a lot of words for dana loesch. there were 18 calls from people about this guy. there were nearly 40 home visits. two tips to the fbi. you found out scott peterson had warnings passed on to him about this mad man before. this the fbi tip was pretty incredible. said the guy was going to explode. then have you sheriff israel deflect -- trying to get the audience at that town hall to focus on dana loesch. and like this wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for guns, guns, guns.
meanwhile, if he is aware of all of this stuff. >> dana: what about him? >> greg: this guy has got to go. this is like -- this is -- i mean, scott peterson, who knows what happens when this moment comes, do you freeze, if he freeze, he did have prior knowledge about this. and their job for the police is they have to be the first one in there. they rush in so we can run away. and he didn't do it. >> kimberly: yet others that had no weapon rushed in to try to. >> greg: rotc guys. >> kimberly: rushed in and tried to save the coach and others rushed in and had nothing to defend or protect themselves. unbelievable to me. dana? >> dana: like a fire firefighter saying i'm not going in that burning house to save somebody. hang out out here. the thing that also bothers me about that sheriff. i didn't say anything on the day publicly, but he was so infuriating about and offputting thanking all of
the first responders answered went through all of them. and did you such a good job. you did such a good job. and every single press conference for three days is great how everybody else had done. in the meantime whether they didn't know about this until recently or trying to cover it up is so devastating for the family. >> just that point i think it was jake tapper tweeted some information that they -- like deliberately egg northward the people that actually got there first. it was another county of officers. >> allegedly there was another police department that had gotten there first and did a lot in terms of first responding. and the sheriff israel kind of ignored that. he is a very political guy. he seems to be a real operator where you don't want that. you want more law enforcement. i have seen pictures of him smiling with hillary, smiling with bernie sanders. you know, i'm not accusing him of anything, that's not what i -- out of a sheriff, i just want a straight shooter. i have a few words for him. he said i have no words. how about i'm sorry? how about we failed. i would have liked to hear a
little accepting responsibility with his deputy that didn't do his job. >> kimberly: he should go. >> jesse: he should go. when they found out that this guy was derelict. they just suspended him. they didn't even really fire him. you probably can't even fire someone. and now the guy retires with full benefits. the fact that state, local and federal agencies all failed. yet all the sudden they want to blame the nra makes no sense to me here. >> kimberly: okay, juan? >> juan: i thought he was trying to blame the fbi. >> jesse: the fbi should accept some blame, too they have more than the sheriff. >> juan: let me just say it's so easy to blame someone else. you think about it, jesse, almost a million calls. a million calls. they have got to pick a needle out of that haystack. that can be difficult especially when you are dealing with laws in florida. today a lookout of discussion about this so-called baker act which allows you to involuntarily take somebody and commit them because you see them as a trust danger to themselves or danger to others.
well, apparently, psychiatric officials had contact with this young man but couldn't pass that threshold. and that threshold can be pretty tough. and i would think that conservatives would say yeah, we don't want people just somehow bad mouthing us or saying stuff about us and taking away either our guns or our liberty. >> jesse: i would think those people who evaluated him are probably feeling pretty bad about that right now. >> juan: i don't know. i think though on the guns part. i think back to columbine. i think to aurora. i think to what the president said today in light of what happened with the guard here in parkland, in every case, there was an armed guard. it didn't stop anything. >> greg: aurora was a gun-free zone. i think it's going to be hard politically for liberals to watch if donald trump outflanks them on this issue and actually comes up with the practical solutions that they claimed that they wanted but haven't put through. >> kimberly: bad news for
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olympics. use her visit for maximum pressure on the north. so, jesse, turning off the heat. >> jesse: ratcheting up. i like how the trump administration has slowly delivered stronger and stronger sanctions without letting the north know there is a phase ii. maybe there is a phase 3. how many phases are there going to be the way a python squeezes its prey very slowly over period of time. >> greg: for a frog in a pot of water slowly boiled. >> jesse: apropos. you have ivanka trump coming with the soft power glitz and gram. >> dana: substance too. [laughter] >> jesse: not as substantive as the gun ships encircling the peninsula. i think it's carrot and stick. >> dana: juan, one of the things interesting about the timing of the announcement is when vice president pence was headed to the olympics, he made some very strongly worded speeches about north korea and being tough.
knew what happened at the opening ceremony. ivanka trump is going for the closing ceremony. the head military intel guy from north korea is also going to the closing ceremony. and so i think it was a strategic move to put these sanctions out today as she is landing in south korea. >> juan: well, i'm not sure what's going on because, remember, they cancelled the meeting -- they thought pence was going to have a meeting. they cancelled that meeting at the last moment. now, there is no such prospect for ivanka trump. there is no such meeting scheduled. she will have, i think it's dipper or something with the south korean president. >> dana: yeah, tomorrow. >> juan: at his residence. the big event will be closing night for the closing ceremonies. you will have the two of them. ms. perino complained last time about vice president pence's seating tell us why. >> dana: i did. because i felt they put him in a bad position. i would have advocated for a different seating arrangement. >> juan: the question is now they can be seated.
president trump is not there so we won't have to worry about the bald spot. >> dana: that's a small little thing. >> juan: they are not going to talk. the question is how it comes across. i think it's a lot of symbolism that she is there representing the president very much his number one child. >> dana: sanctions, kimberly we must have some idea the intelligence communities must know north korea hasn't tried to stop its nuclear program at all. >> kimberly: of course, right. they are getting realtime intelligence on this and updates as they should. they have to monitor it very closely. they are obviously receiving information showing they are not in compliance and therefore these kind of actions need to be taken. i like the fact that look we are being very well represented by ivanka trump. she is going there. and the president was obviously very proud of her to represent the country so i think that was nice. i'm glad that he sent his daughter. i think that's symbolic. send a strong woman over there. represent the country. while at the same time putting the fist to north
korea. >> dana: greg, had you a good point in the commercial break. it's a new cold war tactic. old tactic for the new cold war? >> greg: declaring war on companies not just the country we have to go after the chinese banks which is going to be an issue. if i wanted to walk across the studio, but each step -- each successive step became half the length of the previous step, i would never reach the wall. do you know that? that's what these sanctions are there is an endless spectrum of intensity. and the hope is that you never reach the wall, which is the war. so the point is you have -- we hear this is the biggest one yet. each one will always be the biggest one yet. >> jesse: i like my python analogy better. >> greg: i was mad you took the python one. that's what the snake poem was about. i'm certain if we do go to war with north korea we will win because have you seen how they march? they can't get very far that
way. >> dana: like they are taking half a step back. >> greg: very slow, right, juan? juan juan if i'm living in south korea or japan i'm thinking yeah you might not get hurt but what about else? >> greg: i know. i was trying to make a serious topic a little lighter. i failed, america. >> dana: we'll keep going on some serious topics. california is in president trump's crosshairs again. you will find out why next. ♪ try to get it while we can ♪ names in a tattoo ♪ or just a number on a hand ♪e or make me feel like i'm not really "there." talk to your doctor, and call 844-234-2424. that's it!girl! get it, woo, yeah! mom! my game's over. parents aren't perfect, but then they make us kraft mac & cheese and everything's good again.
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and the protection of these horrible criminals in california and other places. but in california that if we ever pulled our ice out. if we ever said hey, let california alone. let them figure it out for themselves, in two months they would be begging for us to come back. they would be begging and you know what? i'm thinking about doing it. >> juan: democrat dianne feinstein fired back saying the president's obsession with california is growing more outrageous by the day. his attacks are, quote patently false. kimberly? >> kimberly: yeah. i think it's kind of funny. is that bad? >> juan: no, no. >> kimberly: he gets upset about this. he doesn't like california and a lot of the politicians pon aggressive against him. they want to sue him about the wall and environmental reasons. they are upset because they feel they don't like his immigration policy. this is essentially the birthplace, the capital of sanctuary cities, right, with san francisco and the crimes that have happened. so they are a state that's
very vocal and critical about the president, his policies. what he has been able to accomplish and what he is intending to accomplish like building the wall. so, because of that, they get his focus and attention. so he says things like that that perhaps not, you know, something that you would like to hear. but this is his personality. this is who he is. >> juan: wow, that was interesting. i mean you don't totally agree? >> i didn't say that i'm explaining to you where is he coming from based on the relationship which is a little bit complicated and has not been quite receptive. it's not his state. >> juan: so should chicago and philly be on the watch for a trump pay back? >> it's possible. i don't think it's an empty threat. you could hear the anger in his voice. he is very frustrated with california. california and the trump administration on a collision course. we are going to get a crash course in federalism if this continues. they have gone after him as they said on environmental on illegal immigration. on judges.
a travel ban a few times. >> kimberly: ninth circuit. >> jesse: makes for entertaining discourse. at the same time california has been mismanaged by liberals. they have been run by liberals for decades. they are broke. there is a very high crime rate. homeless population is out of control. a lot of depend dense on the government there all they have is weather, great food, and great land scaption. so to make california out to be this paragon of virtue. it's just not drew. someone else should come in and take charge there because i mean, if it keeps going the way it's going we might not have a lot of the beautiful parts of california anymore. >> juan: just a quick question. short on time. silicon valley, hollywood? >> jesse: amazing parts of california, juan, not everyone lives like hollywood and silicon valley. >> juan: pretty successful. their economy is pretty amazing to me. anyway, dana, jerry brown, current governor of california, signed a california values act that
forbids local authorities from asking about immigration status. this was back in december so it would seem that the president is putting it to jerry brown. i'm going to take away your ice agents or you undo that law. >> dana: right. if the president is spit ballinblowing ideas told by chif counsel actually sir you are not allowed to do that it doesn't necessarily matter from a communications standpoint he is trying to make his case. can constantly go back and said i would have taken them out of there. they deserves it i had to keep them. in becomes rhetorical device. it does send a strong message and other states would probably take a second look and wants to back away from the hot stove. >> juan: so we have two california people on this panel. one of them is greg gutfeld. >> greg: that's correct. thank you for noticing that every option on the table. why captains we use nukes? what's the problem with using nukes? and why can't we build a wall?
you brought up california as a californian, it's depressing to me because i loved growing up there. it was the best -- probably the best time to live in california was during the 1970s. it was fantastic. it was this -- it was great. it was cheap. now it's not. i can't live there. but now. >> jesse: you can't afford it. >> kimberly: new york is really inexpensive. >> greg: california is in a crappy situation literally. san francisco i believe spent something like $30 million cleaning up homeless feces and syringes. >> kimberly: it wasn't like that when i was first lady. >> greg: ever watched that show called my 600-pound life? california is that person. it's too big to move. so everyone else is moving. everyone is leaving. silicon valley in hollywood. you are talking about the ultimate example in economic inequality. stockton right now is going to an act of universal based income because people they don't know how to deal with people not having jobs.
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i could have been in a lot of trouble. >> kimberly: got your dad in trouble right now. >> dana: no statute of limitations in new york. >> jesse: it wasn't in new york. >> greg: i'm going to do a search. juan? >> juan: one thing that stands out in my mind, i once had an editor who used to just ride me. >> jesse: come on, keep it clean. >> juan: when i said ride you can do better. come o, come on. you can be an astronaut. what are you doing? and i remember thinking that's a wake-up call. take advantage. >> greg: tough bosses are good. i have always said that kimberly. >> jesse: usually are space spaced. >> kimberly: indeed. i don't know. i'm trying to think of something really really really good. i don't know that i have something really really good. but like thoughtful acts in general? >> greg: someone very kind to you you will never forget. like a short talk show host who might have lent you some food when you were hungry.
>> kimberly: so dana. [laughter] but i think of nice things. i thought of right away because i have been super into them and missing them like when dana will give me little presents like my chocolate. >> dana: edwin marks chocolate. >> kimberly: salted caramels and for no reason and little things. >> dana: oh, yeah. >> greg: kindest thing kimberly told me yesterday the producers are scared of me. i went upstairs and asked my staff for the g.g. show. have you ever heard anybody saying in like that? one of the producers from the five described you as very difficult and used the d. word. >> jesse: woe. >> greg: diva. this is the whole side of this i had never experienced like me. >> dana: kindest thing. >> greg: am i difficult? >> jesse: you don't know you are difficult?
>> kimberly: you don't know that you are. >> greg: i'm the easiest person in the world. >> kimberly: you are totally insane. you are also very quirky. you also have a lot of issues with your, you know, gas astro intestinal high pro-con drhypochondria. >> greg: i just want to do things. >> jesse: you don't know you are difficult? >> greg: this is all going back to the fact i have two one more things i did them faster than you guys do your one. >> kimberly: you do it regularly and they are afraid to stand up to you to go hey. >> juan: can't fault him on self-awareness. >> greg: i'm never going to forget. this it was very helpful to know what people think but all i'm saying. >> kimberly: i'm the thought 68 one by pointing out your -- >> greg: having never been to new york city. what is the one thing you would advise a first-time tourist to do.
oh, that's so tempting. all right, kimberly. >> kimberly: here? >> greg: yes. >> kimberly: i think like going to broadway in new york is a very quintessential. >> greg: boo. i'm saying boo but go ahead. >> kimberly: experience. >> greg: juan? >> juan: walk. this is a great city for walking. >> kimberly: the park. >> juan: walk among the billions. the towers. it's incredible place. and if you want to go down to the world trade center and look at the new world trade center is pretty attractive. times square awesome. go up town and to like to the tombs and so forth. this is amazing. go to the churches. man, i tell you what, there are architectural wonders to god in this city. >> greg: what about you, jesse? >> jesse: i would say come right outside of fox and wave to us as we are doing the show right there and then wait for dana and greg to leave and give them big hugs as they leave the
studio. they love that they absolutely love that. >> greg: love big hugs especially if you are really big and crush our spines. dana? >> dana: i would say central park has off leash hours from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. >> greg: what about the dogs? >> dana: go to the park and can you see all the fun that the dogs are having and have a nice walk around. >> kimberly: then you can wish you were a dog. >> dana: that's going to be in a guide book. can you come to me for the real stuff. >> greg: what i would advise first-time tourists to do hail a new york city cab. get in, go to the airport and get the hell out of here. go to some place sunny. and some place nice. don't come to new york. it's overrated. deign danel i love it. >> jesse: mayor gutfeld. >> greg: yes. one more thing is up next. ♪ milky way bar ♪ wherever you are ♪ real milk chocolate ♪ chewy caramel.
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producers when they say one more thing. i do one more thing. >> juan: that's very good about you. talk about a hail mary. you know i love sports. here's the head master of a catholic school dressed about to perform a basketball miracle. take a look. yes. look at this, he gets on his knees, i'm telling you, a lot of nba players will be pointing to the heavens after that shot. the video gone viral. game over. three points for the head master. >> kimberly: that's so cool. >> greg: nice shot. knicks need to sign him. >> kimberly: i have a very sweet one more thing about a very special little girl. her name is charlotte. she's 9 years old. and she has a big heart and a lot of talent. she's started her own company called "stitches by charlotte" and she creates customized dolls for children undergoing medical procedures and surgeries. and her inspiration came from her own experiences because she had to go four different
surgeries to correct a cleft, lip and palate. she has on-line crowd funding and already raised $50,000. she's very grateful for everything, it means she can bring more smiles to young patients going through procedures. i think it's very, very sweet what she's doing. charlotte gold is her name. >> jesse: speaking of dolls, dana? >> dana: how nice! charlotte gold was actually on "the daily briefing" and i had a picture marking the 100th episode of that 2:00 show "the daily briefing." thank you. i mean -- >> greg: just three months. >> dana: not that big of deal. >> greg: three months and one week. i don't care anymore! your opinions mean nothing to me. >> jesse: thank you. for two more things -- >> greg: go ahead, i'm sorry. >> dana: that's all i had. >> jesse: she had one. >> greg: i only have one one more thing and i have 90 seconds. >> kimberly: you've been shamed into behaving. >> greg: i'll do a very slow one
more thing. >> dana: going to miss the news. >> greg: tomorrow night 10:00 p.m. we got lieutenant colonel alan west. always entertaining. we have federalist payton. it will be very exciting and we'll talk about guns and this latest news about the police officers which is spreading around and other stuff, too. >> jesse: actually only have one. >> greg: there's something else. you want to do another facebook question? >> dana: can i just say something, though, about your twofers. you do them fast. people love the animal videos and things like that. i think you can keep doing those. >> greg: i'm not doing anything anymore. i'll go to my room and listen to my albums. >> jesse: do less, greg. journal. they hurt your feelings. >> kimberly: eight part one more thing. >> greg: one who needs to do
less is juan. >> juan: that's it. >> jesse: have a great weekend, everybody. "special report" up next. bret baier, there he is. have a great weekend. >> bret: have a great weekend, jesse. thanks. president trump pushes all the right buttons rallying conservatives with talks of more schools, more guns in schools. fewer illegal immigrants and a continued economic surge. serious questions about the breakdowns that led to last week's florida school massacre. we'll look into that and whatever happened to the judge and the defendant in the stanford rape case? this is "special report." >> bret: good evening. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. president trump electrified conservatives at their annual retreat in suburban washington today. his speech read like a greatest hits from the campaign trail. tax cuts and the economy, immigration and the current chart topper, school safety. the s