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to do so. unspeakable tragedies we witness. today another one in south florida. the west side of miami-dade county. the extent of which we do not know, even at this moment. it's 5:00 on the east coast, 2:00 p.m. on the west coast. i am shepard smith in new york and this is fox news channel's continuing coverage of a bridge collapse in south florida. "the five" will be seen in a few moments. first we will not update you on the situation in south florida. those of you who have been with us for the last couple hours know that authorities have just updated us, and we know that there are a number of vehicles trapped beneath this collapsed bridge which is at 109th avenue due west of downtown miami. wsvn with a comprehensive update. let's listen. >> trying to hear any sound
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under the bridge. from anyone trapped underneath the rubble. days after the 950 tons span was installed over the busy stretch of southwest eighth street, the unthinkable has happened. hello and welcome, everyone. >> officials say at least eight vehicles were crushed in the collapse and we have team 7 coverage. >> let me set the scene for everybody at this hour. you can get a live look on southwest eighth street. you can see it's an extremely active scene. eight trapped vehicles, eight victims to the hospital, this bridge collapsing around 1:30 in the afternoon. let's get to live pictures of seven sky hd, which will give you an enhanced view of what's going on, and what's happening at this hour is that miami-dade fire rescue has brought in large
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tactical units. we've seen several excavators going in there. trying to get rid of all the rubble so they can get beneath it to find out exactly if anyone is buried beneath all of that cement. let's get to our video now. we spoke about the crushed cars. this will give you a good idea of what the scene looked like. this bridge which was recently installed this past weekend, as a matter of fact, to help people traverse a very busy southwest eighth street, it comes crashing down. we have another piece of video. this can show you the people on the ground who were injured. the big question right now are the numbers. how many people have lost their lives? how many people are injured. at this hour, officials are not going to give an exact number until they conceived through all of the rubble.
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we spoke to a bunch of witnesses. let's take a quick listen to what they had to say. >> like an explosion. i don't even know how to say, it was loud. sounded like multiple bombs in one. it was terrible. it was super loud. it sounded like the world was ending. when you look back, you see is the bridge on the floor. it was awful. >> the cops just threw me out. i ran to see if anyone needed help. people injured. when i looked closely, the cars are just squished. >> i started crying. there are people in there, could be families. we turned left, and that's when it happened. >> i saw the bridge collapsing -- i saw the black car and there was a young lady. she got out and she was screaming. i think someone must have been in the back of her car. the gentleman that worked at the restaurant, i saw him run across
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to help her. the worst part was you don't want to do. i called 911. when i called, they didn't know what i was talking about. she said the new bridge? >> we want to get to this photograph which was sent to me by an eyewitness. imagine driving down southwest eighth street. this picture really can bring you right into the scene. this bridge collapsing. think about being in one of those cars near the bridge are unfortunately under that bridge. let's get to the statement from fiu. "dear members of the university community, we are shocked and saddened about the tragic events unfolding at the fiu sweetwater pedestrian bridge. at this time, we are still involved in rescue efforts and gathering information. we are working closely with authorities and first responders on the scene. we will share updates as we have
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them." we will bring a bag out here live to our live pictures on southwest eighth street. still a very developing situation, because you need to get all of those tactical units in there. you need to get rid of all of this debris. they are not giving a number of casualties because they simply don't know at this hour. the only thing they will tell us is it's a very serious situatio situation. they will be out here throughout the night. live in sweetwater. >> shepard: our thanks to the news team on scene there. we have our own cameras on scene. i want to show you something that's happening right now. i want to take you right over here to the big wall where authorities have just pushed -- put a search dog has just gone in underneath the bridge. this is a spot just on the side. there is a crushed vehicle underneath. the authority has sent the dog
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in. to see if they have found someone who may be alive. in the last 30 seconds, there's a little bit more movement. the hope is they will be able to effectuate a rescue here at some point. these pictures are a condensed shot from across the way, and we are hopeful they may be able to save somebody. it's going to be a very, very difficult task this afternoon. it's been more than three hours since the bridge collapsed, and we are still waiting to find out if anyone is underneath there and still alive. our correspondent phil keating is live on scene. so much work to be done. as they try to pull someone out. >> absolutely. they are actively in search and rescue mode, as they discuss here, at the press briefing. they still can't say how many people have been reported missing. friends and loved ones who may
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have been in the area driving down southwest eighth street when this happened and it can't get a hold of them. a total of eight cars were crushed underneath the bridge. all of those cars remain underneath it. unclear whether all of the drivers, all the passengers within those cars have been pulled out. a total of eight people have been pulled out of the rubble and taken to local hospitals. according to the authorities here, two of them came from cars. there could be a lot more people still alive or perhaps clinging to life, still underneath the rubble. that is the working theory search and rescue crews are working with. there is at least 100 technical advisors and extrication experts, when it comes to the construction industry and dealing with concrete, especially when concrete collapses. heavy equipment has been arriving here in the past hour, as we can see.
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large backhoes. they moved to the big red crane out of there. that red green had been on the scene. this pedestrian walkway really was not open to the public yet. it was just put into place after being constructed elsewhere on saturday. it was spanning all eight lanes of southwest eighth street which is one of the busiest roadways in the metropolitan area of miami. pick a city with a major, major artery. this is one of those. and it's constantly full of cars and traffic. it's a big east-west funnel to the suburbs and into downtown. >> shepard: phil keating on scene at the information center. this picture at which you are looking, we hope this is going to be a rescue. i mentioned they sent a canine in to see if there were signs of life. our producer heather lacey is with this camera, and its operator, as we watch the scene.
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heather, describe what you've seen, if you could, for our reviewers. >> sure. probably about 20 minutes ago i saw a dog, they released her dog. it went under the bridge. the firefighters have been gathering in the area where you can see them now. if you look at the picture from the other side, you can see three or four cars that are sort of caught under there. i am hearing a lot of noise. it sounds like riders, they like they are trying to -- grinders. they are trying to cut through rebar. there's a big gathering of firefighters. not sure what's happening. speak to your hearing noises they are trying to get to something. >> definitely. there is grinding noises. >> shepard: heather, from our perspective, i don't know how much better perspective you have than we do but can you tell if there's enough space under there where there might be a cavern, a
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void where someone could be alive? we heard one of our viewers was telling us about seeing a little boy in the back of the vehicle and not able to get to that child. >> yeah. you know, there is space enough under there were if you are very, very lucky, you wouldn't be completely crushed. probably about two and a half feet. you can see the firefighters kneeling down. on other parts of the bridge, that area, they are right in front of a truck. if i had to guess, i would say they are trying to do something with that truck. there is other areas to the left and right that are either more crushed or less crushed. it's really, really hard to say. you can see there are pockets where there could be possibly be people. it's so hard to say come as you said. >> shepard: have a broader
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view because you are on scene. for us, we only see this one spot. are there authorities at different points along the bridge where they are doing something similar? or is this the one spot? >> from my angle, there is a chopper overhead. from my angle, this is the concentration of activity that i can see. i don't see further down on the bridge or further away from me, i don't see a concentration of firefighters there. they seem to be targeting this particular area. >> shepard: i want to show our viewers. hang with me, heather. wsvn was showing video they have another portion. there are areas, as we can see, with the bridge is very much at an angle. vehicles come had they been there would've been able to drive away, on the right-hand side, as viewers can see. there is some areas where it looks the bridge and the pavement are frankly just feet
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apart, and only a couple. >> definitely from our vantage point. we are trying to zoom out a little bit to demonstrate that to viewers. from our vantage point, as you said, there's a concentration right where we saw. they've got a crane. you might be able to see the folk from the crane. we have no idea what they are going to do. but from this side of the bridge, this is the area of concentration. we can't see on the other side obviously but there are fire trucks up and down the road in both directions. >> shepard: this gives us an idea of the vastness of it all. we have said throughout the day, to the point where i am sounding redundant, but to say that this is a busy area, it's an understatement. the tamiami trail, running through the city, if you keep
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going it goes along alligator alley and take some of the west coast of florida. before there were interstates on the west coast of florida, back when henry ford used to have his workshop and edison had his workshop along edison boulevard right there in fort myers, it was highway 41, the tamiami trail was the only way into southwest florida. it goes across the everglades and ends up your comfort four lanes in each direction. this is the spot where the bridge has collapsed. you have the best view, i must say, heather. this camera is going to be very valuable to us for the rest of the afternoon and into the evening. we can't thank you enough for it. heather lacey, our producer on scene, and our thanks to wsvn television for the pictures they've been providing. they are on scene with the red cross now, wsvn is. the red cross disaster relief is on scene. the national transportation safety board is headed down
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there. they are going to be leading an investigation as well. the authorities are in such a predicament because they do not know exactly how many people are under there. they are working to determine whether there is anyone to save. but what i will remember from the last three, three and a half hours, is from the lady who worked at the shop next door. lianet sado said she saw two people in the front seat who could not have survived and a little boy in the back whom she couldn't help, after witnessing the bridge collapsed next door to her restaurant and unable to provide any sort of assistance about little boy. we will do our very best to find out about his situation and the rest of them in south florida. we are going to turn coverage over to "the five" but we will be monitoring this. should there be rescues or new
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information from south florida, we will bring it to you. i am shepard smith in new york. "the five" will be on fox news channel right after this. on america's choice for news and information on cable.
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>> kimberly: many staffing changes of the white house and talk more to come. president trump is dismissing shake-up rumors as exaggerated following the abrupt dismissal of his secretary of state. >> they wrote a story about staff changes today that was very false. we've made wonderful changes. mike pompeo is going to be an incredible secretary of state. we have some wonderful ideas. i've gotten to know a lot of people in the last year. i've been in washington for a little more than a year. i've gotten to know great people. there will always be changed but very little. it was a very full story. a very exaggerated, very exaggerated and false story. there will always be chains and i think you want to see change. i want to also see different ideas. larry kudlow just came in a little while ago. i think larry is going to be outstanding. as economic advisor, so we look forward to it. >> kimberly: more now with chief white house correspondent john roberts.
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>> good afternoon. not sure which report the president is referencing there as a false report. fox news was saying last night and earlier today that there were some expected staff changes ahead. they may number between two and four, depending on the timing. we've been told by sources inside but some of these changes were imminent. a couple changes that have been talked about, and off a lot of chatter about this one. secretary of veterans affair dr. david shulkin may be removed from his post. we were told by numerous officials in the white house, saying people outside, that he has lost the confidence of the president to some degree based on the findings of an inspector general report as well as the travel where he had taxpayers foot the bill to take his wife to europe. he later reimbursed the treasury for that. but the president has always made veterans affairs a real priority. if he's got somebody in there who he doesn't think is managing
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it as well as it could be managed, he might make a change. there were rumors yesterday that rick perry, secretary of energy, might be the replacement. i am being told by white house officials that the president and rick perry have said he is not moving to the va. another move that has -- name that has floated to the surface, a name familiar to fox news. pete hegseth, he is well-versed in veterans issues. "fox & friends" host, his name is making the rounds again here at the white house, as a possible replacement for shulkin. a couple other items that may be in the offing sooner rather than later. h.r. mcmaster, national security advisor, has been rumored to not have a great relationship with the president for a long time. there's a possibility he could leave and that john bolton, former u.s. ambassador to the united nations, might take his place. sarah huckabee sanders was asked
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about staff changes. >> i don't have any personal announcements but we are looking for how we can better the system, whether it's through policy changes are personnel changes. not just at the top level but across the board. we've made a number of changes within the personnel had made sure we are looking at how we can best serve our nation's veterans. >> the president saying such talk about changes is a full story. i am told by some people that he is getting tired, kimberly, of these daily stories of staff departures and the chaos. better to rip the bandage off all at once, get it out of the way. >> kimberly: thank you so much. dana, lots of developments. we've been hearing the steady stream of information about people who might be exiting the white house. different people, to be the president didn't fill the relationship was gelling. it's like a broadway play at this point. the cast of characters that keeps developing in terms of who
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might be leaving in what order and who the possible candidates and replacements are. from a communications respected, what do you think about the way this is being handled. >> dana: every president should have people working for him or her they can trust that they have confidence in. change is not necessarily bad. from a communication standpoint, the easiest story to cover in washington is personnel changes. if you want to force the media to cover your accomplishments, then you're going to have to serve them vegetables. if you are serving up every day anonymous sources about somebody is in on somebody's out and having the president talk about it, it's likely they are going to eat dessert first. it's inevitable. >> kimberly: there we go. greg. >> greg: feels more like a business and less of a bureaucracy because bureaucracy, you can get pretty comfortable. bring in your box of pictures and put it on your desk. you can't do that with trump.
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i have to adjust my lens for the last 18 months of what this white house is like. i guess in this trump iraq, i will take staff chaos over styld journalist. if this is the kind of news we are covering, i don't mind it. i would rather hear about the staff changes. to me it is part of life. it's better than seeing isis every day. i think this is progress. >> kimberly: jesse. >> jesse: you called it a broadway play. i put the cast into groupings. you have the nationalists, the bannons, sessions, millers. the establishment. you have the loyalists. hope, kellyanne conway. in the brass, jim mattis, mcmaster. the family. the only thing i can derive from that grouping is the family is
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not going anywhere. in terms of the staff change, it looks very random. i don't know if you can really derive that much of a pattern there. the patterns merely seems he's putting in place people that he trusts in that like him. it's very important for them to support the president's agenda, agree with it, and personally like the president. we've heard a lot of people that are kind of doing their duty and rolling their eyes. those leaks hurt the president. they do him a very big disservice. he is consolidating the group of people around him. he still likes the diversity of opinion. that serves him well but at the same time, he wants to have people vote's around ten that agree with him and like him. it is safe to say kellyanne conway is safe and stephen miller is safe and sarah sanders was doing an excellent job. trump is all about change, and i don't think that's ever going to stop. >> kimberly: your language,
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safe, like an episode of "survivor." >> juan: we both picked up on the idea that you said this is like a broadway play. to me it's not the broadway play so much. it's reality tv. if you want to get in, you need to get in the fox green room. apparently that's the staging. >> kimberly: slowed down on the hate. >> juan: it's not hate. it's a fact. you journalists, fake news, no chaos here. it's obvious to everybody if you open your eyes and take a look. three times the amount of change in obama's first year, two times the amount of change and let say ronald's ronald reagan's first year. people come and go in a way that i think is a little unsettling. >> greg: i heard brian kilmeade is going to be on the supreme court. >> juan: the adults, people like mcmaster, and tillerson and now even callie. the idea is, who are the adults? he is going to people who i
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think are like an echo chamber to simply tell him yes, it's what he wants to hear. that's a little unsettling. >> kimberly: ahead, the broward county sheriff's office releases a surveillance video that proves the officer to protect stoneman douglas high school did not go inside while the massacre was underway. mercedes-benz glc...
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>> juan: we are getting a first look at disturbing surveillance video. the broward county sheriff's office has released the footage from outside stoneman douglas high as the shooter began slaughtering more than 17 inside the school. the tape conference deputy scott peterson, the man assigned to protect the school, did not coincide all the massacre unfolded. here's the thing. hear me out on this.
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his lawyer jody russo says it's unfair to call him a coward, that he called in the shooting to the police department and then set up an outside perimeter which is what the protocol established. on the other hand, people look at this, including the sheriff's department, and say his job was to go inside and confront the shooter. what does kimberly guilfoyle say? >> kimberly: departments have different protocol about how they security perimeter, what they do in terms of when they receive information. a911 call about respondent, who was first on scene, securing the perimeter and approaching, as information develops, to go in. when you have an active shooter situation, it's really important is what's the procedure at the school? are they aware of what the procedure is and what they are supposed to do? are people there in place? they want to make sure they don't increase their casualties. they want to identify the
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location of the shooter. you clear a room by room to be able to go identify, locate, and eliminate or neutralize the shooter. >> juan: jesse, the sheriff scot peterson says basically he gave the man the information, the protocol, and he should've handled it and he didn't. it's not the department's fault. >> jesse: according to the protocol which we have right here, it's not to set up a perimeter. the protocol says quickly engage the suspect because every time you hear a gunshot, you have to assume someone has been killed. they learn these lessons after columbine. you do not set up a perimeter. if it's one person you go in, if it's two people, you go in immediately and neutralize the shooter. he didn't do that. he stood outside and waited. if you listen to his radio transmission, the radio transmission, he says it could be firecrackers but i believe it's gunshots and it's coming i believe building 2011 or 211.
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that contradicts the statement he released through his attorney wish that we thought the shooting was somewhere outside. why would you contradict yourself and take up a defensive position outside the building that you heard the gunshots from. doesn't make any sense. people are calling him the coward from broward and this is why. i don't know what was going through his head. he should have gone in there. >> juan: he resigned. he's gone. at the same time there's lots of investigation. where does this lead? >> dana: hopefully to better protocol if that's what we need. also, we talked yesterday, would you rather break protocol and save somebody's life or risk somebody dying because you are so afraid to break protocol? i think he knows he's the only one of the school that has a gu gun. did he really think it was firecrackers? come on. that doesn't make any sense. >> greg: i returned to the
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hypocrisy of sheriff israel who sat on that stage on cnn knowing all of this stuff. marshaling the audience to attack evil dana loesch and the nra because that was the thing to do that get the blame off him. after missing all of those red flags and having an absolute viable waif to prevent this from happening. and then when it does, not going into trying to stop it. the media has devoted so much time to everything but the most glaring facts. we are enamored by the emotional aspects of it but we overlook stuff like this. so many failures involved here. there's a lot of solutions. there are two major solutions. i've said before, the database where you have a civil tag based on what officials at school and the police, when they see somebody who was law-abiding but there is something wrong, they can put them in the database. that's no offensive maneuver. also hardening schools which will never be totally perfect. he'll never be perfect but you can improve it.
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metal detectors and a trained staff. there are things you can do. when you admit yourself with the problems are. and there's a problem. >> juan: so you wouldn't talk about gun control? >> greg: we always talk about gun control. i am talking about the facts now. >> juan: democrats have their work cut out for them in 2020. new buzz on their hunt for a nominee. that's next. ♪
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♪ >> greg: according to the hill, the newspaper, not the raised area of land, democrats think their next nominee need not be likable. he or she just needs to win. which is funny. it's not like hillary lost because of her sparkling personality. back pain is more appealing. they want a fighter, someone who can throw punches instead of retreating to gwyneth paltrow's
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flat. a fighter is impolite or normal -- aggressive, blunt and sometimes rude. they are looking for their trum trump. we may never return to the way things were before trump. it's not enough to tie the perfect wins or or make the most tasteful toast. you have to be interesting, funny, rob. it seems that likability means less when assessing effectiveness. you didn't have to like trump to admit he's doing a good job so far. the way trump handled tillerson, that lacked appeal. his approach can make you wince. the renewal of the military, the decimation of vices, that offer some optimism. you don't have to like the boss to admit the company is doing okay. for the democrats may be time to nominate an adult with an actual plan, not simply a call for hope and change or an undergraduate reliance on identity politics. english is no course of action which expends why most places,
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you find a democratic charge. you an unholy mess. juan, do you agree with everything i had to say? do democrats need their correlation to trump? they need their trump. >> juan: do you mean a celebrity? >> greg: someone who doesn't adhere to the traditional mode of politician. maybe their trump was already barack obama. >> dana: that's what i think. that's how we have donald trump. >> juan: we are in a moment where you have to be a cultural phenomenon in order to win the presidency, that doesn't speak well to the parties or structur structure. to my mind, the big thing is here especially after the conor lamb apparent victory in pennsylvania is that if the next election is a referendum on trump, trump losers. you need a democrat who can engage and be a fighter. i think that's what's different.
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going back to george w, people said that's a guy you want to have a drink with. you want to have a beer with him. maybe now, joe biden who would be at the top of the list of the moment, is a guy you want to have a beer with. you need a guy who was willing to get down and dirty with trump. >> greg: joe might not have the energy to keep up. >> jesse: he will be older than president trump. i don't think joe wanted. it's very difficult to defeat an incumbent president. it's only happened a few times in the last couple decades. you had bill clinton who was extremely talented and kind of caught lightning in the bottle. then you had jimmy carter, one term. basically the whole world collapsed in gas prices were high and he was a pathetic mess. and reagan came along at the right time. i don't think they have a chance of defeating him. i think it's going to be a lot closer than it was in 2016. but they do need someone who can throw haymaker's with president trump. they have to do it in more of an aspirational way. if you get in the mud with trump, you're going to get dirty and bruised up.
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it's going to be tough to recover. elizabeth warren's can't do. kamala harris, booker, bernie. you can't is draft someone out of the blue. talent has to bubble up from somewhere. if i'm looking at the list and i have a whole long list of democrats, i don't see anybody with a small amount of talents compared to this president. >> greg: they did find obama. he was kind of drafted. >> dana: he gave the speech at the democratic national convention in 2004 and everyone said whoa, who was that. then three years later he's the nominee. i don't know if he was drafted so much as in some ways he was a phenomenon. people go for opposites. he mentioned bill clinton. one of the things that helped bill clinton is that he lost his congressional majorities in the first midterm. then he worked with the democrats people were likely like this guy. i'm not saying that's going to happen in this case but democrats benefit this year
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because there's no one face of the party. just like republicans benefited in 2010 when there was no one face. they were fighting against the president, not just one person. that changes after they choose a nominee. >> greg: kimberly, who do you think is the feisty as a democrat? >> kimberly: and my opinion, elizabeth warren. they love to battle. they do twitter battles. she is saying she's not going to run. he is going to be up against a number of people. there will be 15 or 16. who was left standing? i think everybody's going to try to throw their hat in especially since there isn't any clinton family member blocking the spot. it's kind of wide open. >> jesse: one more thing, john kerry tried to imitate bush, "i served in vietnam, reporting for duty." i don't think that works. i think you have to go for
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authenticity. >> dana: he tried it because we were a nation at war. >> jesse: and that's what they wanted. >> juan: it worked for conor lamb, a marine. >> greg: conor lamb was closer to trump then pelosi 30 kind of sad that. his policies were closer to trump than pelosi. >> dana: he was for tariffs, unions. >> greg: all right, enough of this. sean penn, remember him? he used to act. he wrote a new book with a trum trump-like president. can you guess the plot?
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♪ >> jesse: kathy griffin did it. johnny depp did it. now sean penn, the latest celeb
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to allude to assess during president trump. he penned a novel and according to reports the main character calls for murdering a president. the left's fascination with assassination. what drives it? >> greg: he used to be kind of a creative guy but he's not anymore. he's not very interesting. he's not very innovative, and this is his way of being shocking. people have done this before. he's become very dull, very old unpredictable. he thinks he is a hells angel but he's like the bass player from the cars for kids and add. >> jesse: thanks for getting that stuck in our head. to greg's point, is this a way to shock? >> dana: asked, and a way to deal with the rage they feel. everything is out of their control. also they do like to shock. remember years ago and they had the walking dead or something where they have the character of
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george w. bush. >> greg: "game of thrones." >> dana: it's a way to get it all out. they should go for a walk instead. >> greg: walking is good. >> juan: the title of the book is pretty wild. i was puzzled by the title? and then i am told bob honey is a septic tank cleaner. the trump character is called landlord. there's all kinds of illusions and there but they don't work for me. guess what? i think these this guys a two-time oscar-winner. this could do well. >> kimberly: i am disappointed in shawn. >> jesse: you are on a first-name basis? >> kimberly: yeah. i don't think this is appropriate and i don't like anything that suggests violence in that way because somebody could take someone up on it and it's suggestive, improper. i don't know that there's any
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need for it. i guess he's been consistent with his feelings. >> jesse: "one more thing" is up next.
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♪ >> kimberly: it's time for "one more thing." i will begin. do you remember the wonderful place in your childhood, the place greg's -- greg likes to g go. the toy giant toys 'r' us announces its closing all of its toy stores. very sad. the retail filed for bankruptcy earlier this year among the position from amazon, target and walmart. it has struggled to pay down a billion in debt. that's a big problem. >> greg: can i respond? i'm not going to get to my speech 27. i don't like toys 'r' us because every time you write something with a backwards that are are their lawyers would contact you.
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they did it to me. >> kimberly: this is a sad moment for millions of children. >> greg: blame amazon. >> dana: let's blame another company. uber is creating a bike sharing program. city bikes, you have an account and you have the docking station. this is different and that you can leave your bike anywhere. this is not realistic. bikes are being stripped of their parts. in china there's entire bike share graveyards that have appeared. massive piles of bikes discarded like trash. i don't like it. >> kimberly: all all right, ju. >> juan: happy 85th birthday, to justice ruth bader ginsburg. there is another person over 80, justice kennedy. everyone is thinking maybe president trump will have another supreme court appointee.
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ginsburg, no sign of slowing down. she's a cultural icon, the subject of blogs, t-shirts, coloring books and two films being made about her, a documentary and a film. she says she is going to do the job as long as she has full steam. >> jesse: greg thinks robots are taking over the world. he thinks robot dogs are going to be in every home. i have found a way to defeat them. you put a banana peel on the floor. they are not going to take over anything. that's how you neutralize the robots. >> greg: i didn't plan on doing one. i didn't think i would have enough time. podcast with kevin williamson. check it out. >> dana: what are you having for dinner? >> greg: i think i'm going to have chinese food. >> dana: did you get any
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recommendations? >> greg: yes, a lot people on atkins. >> kimberly: never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" up next. >> bret: thank you. this is a fox news alert. and bret baier in washington. officials in miami still do not know how many people were killed this afternoon when a 950-ton pedestrian bridge collapsed at florida international university. we are told eight cars were trapped under the structure and eight victims transported to hospitals. it is of course the second major tragedy to hit that south florida region and a little more than a month. correspondent phil keating is live on the scene in miami. good evening. >> good evening. nearby kendall regional hospital reporting they have ten patients they are treating. two of them in critical condition. we still do not know the number of dead and the number of people they believed to be still trapped and p


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