i may have to stay in the city. thank you. that will do it for this evening. catch me every day monday through friday on fox business network on "the intelligence report" at 2:00 p.m. eastern. "the five" is next. ♪ >> kimberly: i'm kimberly guilfoyle with juan williams, jesse watters jesse watters, dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five" ." a big move by the trump administration, its strongest method yet for jurisdiction that provide safe havens to illegal immigrants. jeff sessions announcing a lawsuit against california. >> california, we have a proble problem. california legislator legislatr to intentionally obstruct the
work of our sworn immigration officers. the department filed a suit against the state of california. to invalidate these unjust laws and immediately freeze their affect. i fundamentally believe that my core that we should not further endanger the lives of those who risk everything for us because some officials want to violate the law in promoting an agenda that the american people reject. >> kimberly: sessions called out the mayor who warned illegals last month that the feds were coming. >> the mayor of oakland has actively, has been actively seeking to help illegal aliens avoid apprehension by i.c.e. here is my message to mayor schaaf. how dare you needlessly endanger the lives of our law enforcement officers to promote a radical open borders agenda. >> kimberly: california's governor responded with some fire of his own.
>> this is really unprecedented. turn for the chief law enforcement of the united states to come out to california and act more like fox news then a law enforcement officer. this is a political stunt, and it's not about the truth. it's not about protecting our state. it is about dividing america. >> kimberly: oh, no, you didn't. the state getting a visit from president trump next week. let's go, california, shall we, greg? >> greg: i was triggered by him. i think there should be a sanctuary city for fox news. an entire city, just like airports for cnn. entire cities were all you can listen to his fox news. in california, that's a true sanctuary city. that's the problem with this whole story with the mayor of oakland. three words that make me giggle. if you follow the law, and you're breaking the law, you realize this could be reversed.
people can do this to you too. if you believe this law isn't worth following, someone else can do that. a sanctuary city for the unborn. i mean, the media would go apoplectic if you said here's a city where we will not perform any abortions at all. that would not happen. that would not happen. here you can do that because you agree with the law. i think what these battles are designed for is to create celebrities. if you stand up against evil trump, you're going to become famous. especially when you are the mayor of oakland which is like you don't have any achievements. when you are the mayor of oakland. become famous by standing up to evil trump. that's her achievement. >> kimberly: dana, what do you make of this? it is symbolic. going straight to the root of the problem, making an appearance in talking about this and it's been widespread in terms of criticism of california, san francisco in particular is a safe haven for
illegals. >> dana: it's an interesting and possibly a good strategy. the federal government is on offense and the status on defense. previously it's been the feds were on their heels. by filing this lawsuit, the state is going to have to show up and try to defend themselves on these cases. i am not a lawyer but i think the supremacy clause of the constitution is going to bear out. we know the courts have been all over the place on this. this is probably a useful exercise for us to find out where is the law on it? on the political side, everyone gets to rally. jerry brown loved it today. everyone, the democrats will love it today. president trump's people will have loved what jeff sessions did and they are going to get excited because the president will be there next week. setting up for high noon. at the border. i am curious about the point of the mayor, the legal point about
her tipping off her citizens that the i.c.e. rate is coming. i don't know if it's illegal. but it doesn't have to be illegal for her to be sound wrong -- for it to sound wrong. sounds like the wrong thing to do. if she was giving a heads up to a drug lord that the cops were coming and there's going to be a bust, that would be obstruction. she is trying to help the drug lords. i don't know where this would end up but it does feel like it's the wrong thing to do. >> jesse: sessions should throw the book at this mayor. if it happens once and it's allowed everyone's going to do it. i'm glad sessions woke up. i haven't heard from him in a while. that's good. i think governor moonbeam is going to go down. the law is not on the side. his state is preventing the federal government from conducting raids and doing their jobs. they did a raid the other day. look at these nasty people. 232 illegals arrested.
180 of them convicted criminals. look at some of the crimes very serious offenses. child sex crimes, weapons charges, assault. some had been back and forth across the border numerous time times. these are bad hombres. i don't understand why the democrats don't get that. states have clashed over issues for years. over pot, marriage, voter i.d. with the federal government. now it's over immigration. the difference here, it's about public safety. let's pretend something. juan, if some local gun dealer wasn't complying with the federal background checks when they sold weapons, say i don't agree with it. i don't like the database with the fbi. i'm not going to cooperate, it's the same kind of thing. it's dangerous. the democrats should at least
admit they are pro-open borders and pro-immigration because everyone would eventually know. >> juan: that's very interesting. >> kimberly: two different viewpoints from men in purple ties. >> juan: this is so absurd. the mayor of oakland is not getting in the way of the law. she is not stopping them from conducting their rates, not at all. >> jesse: she tipped them off. >> juan: she informally learned these rates were coming. to deal with a high level of anxiety and the immigrant community specifically. >> jesse: oh, these poor illegal alien rapists are getting anxious. the people you are sticking up for. >> juan: let's get american rapists off the streets. there are three things at stake according to xavier becerra. he says he's not going to allow cops to ask people about citizenship.
it is not like papers, please. if you stop somebody at a stoplight, you can't just start asking people back. no workplace raids without a subpoena or warrant. finally, no contract with for-profit organizations that come in and grab people and hold them for the feds. this is not interfering with the federal government or ric. this is saying local money and local authority understands that, as jesse said, this is a public safety issue. you want the immigrants in your state, in your city to cooperate with police and not be afraid. >> jesse: you are not going to get deported for dropping a dime. that never happens. if you snitch, that's a good thing and he agreed to keep you here. >> juan: allow me to make my larger point. i think this is a distraction. i'm surprised you're putting down trump's attorney general. >> jesse: haven't heard a lot from him.
>> juan: maybe he is appeasing president trump and setting up for his visit next week because he feels like maybe a -- >> dana: you don't think jeff sessions believes that? >> juan: i think he is pushing the suit because it's the news of the day. the second thing if maybe he doesn't want people to focus on why his wife got into the country on a so-called einstein exception. einstein, really? she is in einstein? >> greg: you don't think she is smart? >> juan: how did her parents get in? chain migration. i thought he hated chain migration but not when it's him. >> jesse: i think melania qualifies for merit-based. >> juan: i say you should -- [all speaking] >> greg: there aren't any credible statistics that talk about how this issue affects cooperation with police. i haven't seen it and i've been looking for it. you said i'm not a lawyer and where is the law? no real winner -- the real
winners are lawyers. every issue, it always goes back to lawyers and cases and going to court. it really is getting boring for me. brings me to my next point, where is this going? is this worth fighting or dying for? violate the law to allow symbolic or real sanctuary for illegal aliens, which jesse points out the ones being arrested are criminals. is this something you are willing to fight and die for? do you think this is as big as a fight against slavery or civil rights or the women's right to vote. do you actually believe that. you and rather put our countries laws for the sake of illegal immigrants, some are actually criminal. >> juan: you should check the numbers. most americans not only support the dreamers, they support the idea that the people who've been here, 11 million should be allowed -- >> greg: i support the dreamers. we are not talking about that.
>> kimberly: talking about a very different group. let's distinguish between the dreamers and people who are criminal predators, criminal recidivists. >> greg: the argument you use whenever we talk about radical islam and you accuses of tainting all of islam. you are doing that. yes, you are. >> juan: what i was saying to kimberly was all the people here illegally, and i hope you hear this, jesse, are not criminals. >> greg: the argument. >> kimberly: god-fearing, law-abiding people who come into this country from other countries and they get, obtain citizenship like my father who came from ireland. my mother moved from puerto rico to san francisco. worked hard, worked jobs in the city, worked as a teacher, did the whole thing. they weren't trying to violate any laws. they won't commit any crimes. there's a healthy interest, believe me, i'm part of the
latino community of which i am one of the members to make sure the laws are upheld in this country. that's the right thing to do to be law-abiding and respectful of those who want to come in. you can still have an open policy while respecting the loss. >> greg: you have the two best parades. >> kimberly: they are a little unruly. we can all concur. >> juan: you have to watch out for i.c.e. agents of the parade. >> kimberly: debbie downer. coming up, the farrakhan problem ahead of the crucial midterm elections. ♪ [upbeat music]
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sympathy for them. >> we have elected a bigot as president. what are we going to do about the fact that we have a president in the white house who has, on many occasions, made comments that ted racist and bigoted overtones. >> jesse: those lawmakers are radio silent on louis farrakhan who delivered another discussin disgusting, hate filled tyrant. >> white folks are going down. and satan is going down. and farrakhan, by god's grace, has pulled the cover off of that satanic -- i'm here to say your time is up. >> jesse: wow.
seven house democrats are known to have direct ties to the nation of islam founder. the republican jewish correlation is calling on them to resign. should they resign? >> juan: no. louis farrakhan is a cult figure. in recent years, they do business with the scientologists and all that. it's a cult figure. among black americans i think people view louis farrakhan as sort of a marginal factor. promoted the idea that even if your in prison, you can be pulled up. in the face of racism, with the jewish community would say they are the chosen, farrakhan says black people -- it gets into that dynamic. i am the only one sitting at this table i think who has attended a savior's day speech by louis farrakhan. >> jesse: are you sure you
want to do that? >> juan: and i interviewed louis farrakhan. i think it's an intriguing thing that you would say here are people who are complaining about the president of the united states exhibiting racist, bigoted opinions and attitudes, exciting the far right and the alt-right and the nazis. and say that's like louis farrakhan. i don't think nation of islam is standing outside a synagogue in charlottesville with guns forcing jewish people to go off the back door. >> jesse: you can't hang out with -- black racism and white racism should be the same. >> juan: louis farrakhan should be condemned about his statement about jewish people, without a doubt. >> jesse: it's not just one thing. a laundry list -- >> greg: you said your piece. you defended your guy. he has called white people race of devils. he has complemented adolf
hitler. the media coverage only links racism to republicans. that's not fair. the media elevates white racism and it does essentially their own public relations for people like david duke and richard spencer. they do that in order to smear the right. what juan said when he describes farrakhan as marginal, that's the strategy. you say that's marginal because you don't want your bad eggs on your side of the political fence to smear your party. so you say we don't take him seriously. he's a cult figure. but your guys over there, david duke, he's not a cult figure or some dude who organized a stupid march come he's he's actually got real power. farrakhan has been around for 60 years. he's got real power. >> juan: is he endorsing a presidential candidate? >> greg: he has been pictured with presidents. >> jesse: pictured in 2005
with barack obama. doesn't matter, juan. he is still a racist. if republicans have been hanging out with david duke and they had taken photos with him and called david duke a great guy, they would be run out. >> kimberly: there is a double standard. i guess it's okay for the nation of islam and farrakhan to say white people deserve to die, to call jews satanic. no. he must be honest and callout both as inappropriate racist rhetoric that has no place in our society today. we cannot sit here and condone this as some kind of appropriate free expression when it is racist hate speech that should be called out. they are saying fair is fair. one side of the equation, do it to the other. people like maxine waters and keith ellison and gregory meeks associated with an individual like this, it's inappropriate.
where are their statements? >> jesse: do you think they are going to have to pay a price for their association with louis farrakhan? >> dana: no. in their districts? no. in the media, unlikely. but remember president trump was asked however many times, do you disavow david duke. a lot of people on the right side, no one even knows him anymore. it's a similar argument. if they are not having an impact, fine. i don't think david duke has any power. i think louis farrakhan does certainly have a following. that doesn't necessarily give you power. i didn't hear juan defend him. >> juan: not at all. >> dana: i understand why you would've gone to the speech if you are reporting on it. >> greg: my point is that the media -- i agree. the best way to deal with marginal, racist cult figures is to ignore them.
the media does not ignore them. they ignore one side but they do not ignore the other. they prefer to bury the bad eggs on the side they are most affiliated with and they, bad eggs on the other side. >> juan: greg, seriously. does the nation of islam show up and threaten jewish people in a synagogue? >> greg: they have done a lot of interesting things. >> jesse: i think all kimberly and greg are saying is that consistency within media the way they treat these -- >> kimberly: nation of islam recruits prison inmates and dangerous gang members. they get them from there to come out and be militant and spread vile hate. let's not call this charming. >> jesse: drumbeats growing louder for a second special counsel to investigate the fbi and doj. up next. hello, i'm an idaho potato farmer.
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>> dana: top g.o.p. lawmakers stepping up pressure on the justice department to appoint a second special counsel. the heads of two powerful committee sent a letter to the attorney general and his deputy to investigate allegations in the nunes memo. here is more from trey gowdy and bob goodlatte. >> what changed for me was the knowledge that there are two dozen witnesses that michael horowitz, the inspector general, would not have access to. >> abused by a gathering information from us suspect source, not disclosing that information to the court. in my opinion, getting authority to look into the background of an american citizen's life on questionable circumstances. i think in order to set the record straight, clear what's going on at the fbi and make
sure this does not happen again. we need to have an outside special counsel investigation. >> dana: adam schiff, ranking democrat on the house intel committee, says this may help serve the president's interests but does nothing to serve the national interest. kimberly, it's unusual for the executive branch to try to see ground -- cede ground and turn it over to the executive branch. what you do to one equation you have to do to the other. >> kimberly: follows a good statement. the only thing i have seen come out of schiff's mouth. you've seen some divide in terms of some of the republican saying it's warranted. people thinking it would be appropriate for another special counsel. at the same time, you have other republicans saying perhaps this is going to be a waste of time and money and maybe not heading
in the right direction. going backwards to investigate, revisionist history. you have to kind of keep in mind what's in the best interests of the country, as condoleezza rice put forward the other day. >> dana: her idea was to try to just wrap it up. this would not be wrapping it up. this would fully exacerbate it. >> juan: this would be ratcheting it out. going the other direction. there is no getting away from what you heard adam schiff say which is that this is not in the national interest. i think it would drag it out. he also said, and i think this is important, this momentum looks like president trump and now republicans in the house want to investigate everything but russia and its ties to the trump campaign. and the idea that we should be doing something to stop russian from influencing what's going happen in the midterms and in 2020. to me, i think this presidency is a lot of distraction. you always have to watch the other hand. we lost gary cohn's top economic
advisor. you have tremendous divides in the party over the trade issue and the tariffs. and you have stormy daniels out there suing the president. this is what they want us to pay attention to. >> dana: one of the things that happened this we pushed tribalism and nobody trusts the other side, and you can't have a bipartisan report because no one is going to trust it. they are going to push it to what they want, another special counsel. >> greg: of course, more lawyers. lawyers are like the new toy dog. everyone's got to have one in their purse. i agree with juan. this is a distraction but it's a distraction against a great economy, the decimation of isis, north korea possibly coming to the table in a historic way. we don't know. incredible job numbers this week. it is a distraction but it's a distraction against some amazing stuff going on. i must disagree with kimberly. i do not believe woody from "toy
story" made a good point. schiff said this was only serving the interests of the president. by that logic, -- >> kimberly: i think that was the best he could come up with, positioning that it was a statement, not one that i ascribe to or believe with. >> greg: i disagree anyway. the argument could be used against him. it becomes a pointless observation. to say this is just to help the president. all adam schiff is trying to do is hurt the president. just trying to hurt the party. >> dana: in terms of being careful what you wish for, at some point the other side will be in power. and then investigating going backwards is not always in your best interest. >> jesse: i don't think anybody cares about that. everybody lives in the momentum they want to attack the other side now.
i think we should appoint a second special counsel because the department of justice inspector general does not have access or subpoena power over two dozen individuals. how are you going to do an investigation if there is 24 people you're not going to have access to. when there is a second special counsel, juan, why don't they stack it with republican donors, trump fans. >> juan: what? >> jesse: isn't that what the mueller investigation is? stacked with democratic donors. second special counsel, stack it with republican donors. you didn't have a problem with ants we should never rubble with this. >> juan: excuse me, woody. i have to say bob mueller is a republican. >> jesse: he stacks his deck with democratic donors. not one republican donor. >> dana: moran --
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♪ >> greg: "the bachelor" finale was last night. here is the high point. >> we just made a big circle. it's a trash fire. >> greg: that it is, it's a trash fire. it boiled down to a cad proposing to a woman he had previously proposed to and dumped and humiliated on live television, a different gal. yes, i said gal. >> the best decision was running back to you.
will you marry me? >> definitely. >> greg: that is a mistake. the second woman accepted the proposal from this snore of a bore. you know love conquers all especially when a producer demands it. the dumped woman confronted the jerk about his deceitful character and he apologized. she forgave him. arie used modern therapy speak to paper over his actions. the woman is still hurt but he feels her pain. >> i do regret proposing that day because i wasn't fully ready. >> why did you? >> i think the pressure of this. the pressure of being the bachelor, knowing there's a timeline and having to make the decision on that day. >> you always have a choice and they didn't need to make that choice. >> i know, and i own up to that. that's on me. totally on me. i have no excuse for that. i apologize for that. >> i forgive you.
>> greg: that was fast. >> kimberly: that was a little scripted. >> greg: sorry, ladies, he's taken. so did becca learn her lesson that seeking love on the reality show often doesn't pan out the way you expect. she agreed to be the bachelorette in the next series. a show humiliates you and your solution: return to the very show that humiliates you. it is like neon "the five." >> kimberly: you love it. >> greg: they paraded all the new mail flash -- how quickly arie the creep was tossed on the heap. one man showed up. who needs a ass when you can have a horse. all right, who watched it besides me?
give it up. jeez louise. i have a feeling i'm only going to be asking myself questions. >> kimberly: you often do. i will help you. >> greg: the story is as old as time itself. >> kimberly: what ever. [laughter] here's the thing. they have to make it exciting because i have to get renewed every season. i think a little bit of this is contrived. you can tell by the scripted apology. therapy speak. her response, i forgive you. no one wants a bigger bachelorette. if she's going to go forward to for can choose, you have to say okay, she has healed. she is moved forward. she is ready and willing and looking for love. otherwise people say why are you setting her up on a rebound situation? this guy, don't let him into a vodka event.
don't ruin the good name. >> greg: angry fans put a billboard slamming "the bachelor." if you feel that strongly about a tv show, it's kind of a problem. >> dana: taking "three billboards," to a whole new level. thing i really can't stand about this guy, he said television made me do it. just because you go on television doesn't mean you leave your moral code at the door. >> greg: unless you are me. >> dana: well, and remember. the other thing about the therapy speak is when she says i forgive you. he thanks her for giving him lets him off the hook. remember, ladies, everyone, forgiveness is something you do for yourself. that doesn't mean his behavior is excused. >> kimberly: she dodged a bullet, let's be honest. creepy loser. >> greg: she did. juan, what is your take? >> juan: i don't watch.
i'm interested, i was mentioning in the break that i saw in "the new york times" that this was the most read story in "the new york times" yesterday. all the stuff about trumpet scandals, no. everyone is interested in this. >> greg: that was your point last segment. >> kimberly: he is upset because he doesn't want to distract -- >> greg: he wants to talk about stormy. it is stormy outside. >> juan: it is. what this reminded me of is what's going on with reality tv. how much life is like reality tv. earlier we were talking about sam nunberg and whether he was tipsy and should they be interviewing a guy -- humiliating that poor woman i thought unnecessarily. i felt very strongly that that was bad behavior by him, and i don't think that should be held up as an example for anybody. on tv, you can go to real housewives are this stuff. >> greg: jesse, i know you wanted to watch it but were very
busy. >> jesse: i missed it. i don't feel any better or worse about missing it. i kind of want to talk to you about it. i've nothing to add. you watched this at home. were you drinking any wine? >> greg: i was working on my book, drinking wine. >> kimberly: and emailing us. >> jesse: bachelor pools? >> greg: no. i did a little bit of tweeting. >> jesse: did you go online and comments? did you have with the tweets? >> greg: mainly bitter and ugly and mean. they were in very funny, my typical tweets. >> kimberly: exactly. >> greg: today i had to wake up -- >> jesse: if you are a bachelor contestant, what would your entry move be? some people ride on a horse. they tell a joke. how would you do it? >> greg: i wouldn't get on my knee. she wouldn't see me.
i would walk out and shake her hand and say nice to meet you. i'm not going to make any impact on you now. by the end of the show, you will learn to despise me with every fiber of your being. it's not about winning you over. they are waving me on. a kid gets kicked off the bus for bullying and his dad makes him run to school instead. that's next. no matter how the markets change... at t. rowe price... our disciplined approach remains. global markets may be uncertain... but you can feel confident in our investment experience around the world. call us or your advisor... t. rowe price. invest with confidence.
♪ >> juan: is this good old-fashioned parenting or is it punishment gone too far? a dad in virginia came up with an idea to teach his 10-year-old son a lesson after the sun was kicked off the school bus for bullying other children. some bugler accusing the father of bullying himself. you decide. >> he was being a bully which i do not tolerate. therefore he has to run the school. we are about 1 mile from the school. ironically, this week since he's been running to school, his behavior has been better. this this is old-school parenti. this is a healthy way for a child to be punished. it's exercise. teach your child a lesson. you don't have to kill them.
you don't have to beat them. sometimes it sucks for them. >> juan: the father has gone some pushback on the internet but his son apparently thinks the punishment was fair. >> kimberly: i don't mind this this. it's a little old-school. it's not corporal punishment. it's not hitting a child. it's talking to a child to make explaining what you did wrong and having a positive impact. have the child run, be healthy, get exercise. i understand where the father is coming from. he is trying to engage in creative parenting. i am very curious to do a follow-up on this to see if there was a modification in the child's behavior. if there was any more incidents on the bus and maybe people will learn far because the story was out there. his classmates and of the people will be like whoa, i will think twice about misbehaving on the bus because i don't want to run a mile to school. gives other parents the idea.
>> juan: he was climbing over seats in the bus and bothering other kids, bullying other kids, even by his own admission. what do you think? >> jesse: i've never done that. i have never bullied. i have then bullied. because of my looks in my charm. parents can't believe their children. parents can't bully their children. they are punishing their children. it's child rearing. >> kimberly: thumbs up in watters' world. >> dana: left the parents to sign. sometimes in these videos the parents get pushed back because they put the child's face on there. they are humiliating them. that wasn't the case with this. you don't get to see the humiliation on the face. i bet he does think twice about bullying in the future.
>> juan: the bullying was pretty dramatic by this kid. he was kicking another kid in the groin and dragging another child down the aisle of the boss. is this a form of parental bullying to have your child run? >> greg: without endorsing it, it's not a bad thing for the parent to deal with the behavior. i wish we would have more parents would pay attention. the problem with the story is why publicize it? i feel like it's one thing to do a punishment. then you get on and now it's gone viral, which i hate seeing. then we do it as a segment. that makes it -- it pollutes the idea. we tell kids not to bully but we should also teach kids how to fight bullying. with broken families, kids aren't learning how to fight bullies. there is a very specific ways to do it. they don't know. >> juan: go ahead. >> greg: one of the things is
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up or what's on the stephen colbert show and god himself seemed to appear. >> you seek a sign? is this clear enough? [laughter] >> juan: by the way, god had a request for opera. he wants her to put the bible in her book club. >> dana: shouldn't be? greg? speak to my podcast, which you can get a foxnewspodcast.com, very important one. i call it the other side of the opioid controversy. i have a great guy, the executive director of the ronald reagan presidential foundation, and he's a cancer survivor. i ended up talking to him at length about why opioids are important to the patients. it is something nobody is talking about. in the opioid epidemic, they are focusing on the illegality and we need your member that there are people that need these drugs. please check it out.
>> dana: i just want to do a tribute to samuel george, a friend of mine from south carolina. he was born in 1938 and he died on march 5th, just a couple days ago. he was a good friend of mine from south carolina who had two daughters, there you have renee and courtney -- i'm sorry, lila. and they have -- his wonderful wife is ida, and also i'm very fond of his grandchildren, sam and kate. amazing people. and we celebrate his life and we will miss you much, sam. >> kimberly: god bless him and his family. now it's time for, yes, kimberly's food court. thank you so much. so i have some interesting serial trivia. the little one over there is eating it. the bottom line, honey nut cheerios is number one, also number one in my heart. special k coming in ten. we've been enjoying some of this. today's national cereal day, which is why we are enjoying
this, jessie and i together, and no one else. >> dana: i love honey nut cheerios. cereal is the best. >> kimberly: never miss an episode of "the five." there he is, the man himself, "special report" with bill hemmer. >> bill: frosted flakes. good evening to you this evening. president trump taking in nontariff ideas, seeming to give a little on others. a legal war is declared in california's sanctuary state policies and for the second time in a week, a major storm is blasting millions. this is "special report" ." ♪ good evening. i'm bill hemmer and tonight for bret baier. a person who says the trade war might not be a bad thing certainly did nothing to discourage that concept today. president trump roaring out some numbers to justify his position in the face of a nine year high in the u.s. trade imbalance. he argues the playing field has not been close to being even.