matter, like running out of prime rib at a ponderosa buffet line. that's worth getting angry for. this is not. yet. food for thought. "the five" is now. ♪ >> dana: i am dana perino along with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, jesse watters and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five" ." we are awaiting an update from authorities in texas where the awesome bombing suspect killed himself today as police closed in. we will bring that to you as soon as it begins. the three week manhunt is over but police are urging residents to be on the lookout for any suspicious packages amid concerns there could be more expletives out there. the suspect has been identified as 23-year-old mark anthony conditt. he blew himself up about 18 miles outside of austin on
the roadside. he lives with two roommates were reportedly both cooperating with officials. conditt is believed to be linked to six bombs who killed two people and injured five others. he really did terrorize that city. there were so many law enforcement officials from the local state and federal level on the hunt and basically using old-fashioned police work, they were able to trap him. >> kimberly: it's a fascinating story and our thanks and appreciation for them acting so quickly and identifying him and him eliminating himself. outstanding forensic work and police work, being able to trace back his taps, using gps and locating devices to see where he went to these different places to mail these items. the video surveillance, all of it. good old-fashioned police work. when you think about they juxtaposition of how they handle this here in texas compared to what we saw unfortunately
occurred in florida, it really goes to show you there's a way it can and should be done right. this is a shining example of it, the way they are will to identify him right away. >> dana: we are awaiting a press conference that should be starting any moment now. greg, one of the things they were able to do is to track him down based on internet searches. >> greg: yeah. that's a good thing. are we going to this? >> dana: we are going. do you want me to go now? we are going to listen in. >> special agent in charge of the houston field division. his name is fred milanowski. our final speaker will be special agent in charge of the san antonio division of the fbi, christopher combs.
>> good afternoon. thank you, every body for coming to plugerville texas. i want to thank everybody for their patients. first of all, i want to let everybody know that for the last several hours, explosive experts have been from the fbi, atf offices working to safely remove and dispose of homemade explosives located inside of a residence in plugerville, texas. that addresses 403 north second street. 403 north second street. now, these federal agencies have been working around the clock with local and other federal agencies. law enforcement have not left this investigation.
they have left their families in order to keep our communities safe, and we are working together. i want to ensure the citizens of plugerville and those in adjoining jurisdictions that the reason we evacuated for a five block radius was for their safety to allow these law-enforcement agencies to to do their job. what we are going to do soon is we are going to shrink that perimeter a few blocks, and you will see police officers and barricades coming up to the railroad walnut and second street areas. it will take several hours to process the scene, and i know that we have asked every resident in that perimeter to leave their home. that was a difficult task, but that's how much we cared about their safety.
ladies and gentlemen, patience is going to have to work for us here. we know everybody wants to go home. we know everybody wants to eat dinner with their families, and we want that for you. but we also want to assure that you sleep safe tonight. we need to let these agencies do their job. i will ask the pflugerville residence to go to their library or their recreation center, which is open, until 9:00 tonight. if you don't have another place to go. we will help you. we anticipate several hours, i can't give you a time limit right now because this situation is fluid. we will also be putting information on our city website
and updating as soon as possible can clear the perimeter and let everyone come home. and that is on pflugerville.txtongeovatthis time timepflugervillecity hallws eddown. .com i will let the other gentleman speak. thank you. >> good afternoon. we continue to have unprecedented cooperation between law enforcement agencies. at the residence, they were bomb technicians from the fbi, atf. they have cleared the house of any completed devices. now we have the atf national response team processing the evidence in the house. that team has responded to every significant bombing in america for the last 40 years.
they bring a wealth of information and experience. there is components in there, we've talked about, the bomb maker and his signature and how we are able to tell this to this same individual manufactured all of these devices. there is componentry in there that makes us believe, have a high degree of certainty that it's the same components we have found in the other devices. there is also some potential homemade explosives and so we had to address that. our biggest concern was to make sure nobody else gets hurt, whether it's first responders, the neighbors. we apologize for any inconvenience but our whole goal here was to make sure that we have no other people hurt in this investigation. we are not done with this investigation. it will continue. atf, fbi resources will stay in town until we have completed and turned over every rock in this investigation. we will not be leaving town.
we want to make sure there is no other devices out in the public. we have a reasonable level -- >> dana: you have been listening to a press conference in austin, texas, -- pflugerville where they've been having this press conference. we will monitor it and bring you any breaking news. greg, i will go to you. you have a theory. >> greg: not a theory but kind of -- it's obviously terrorism. we have to admit this kind of terror as opposed to islamic terror, it is still kind of a religious fervor terror except it's the media that's the religion that promises the afterlife. why do people do this? not to get 72. it's to get 72 million hits on their wikipedia page. the motive is always growing your numerical significance. with technology, one angry loser can get in the record books by doing this. you had a country paralyzed.
if you decide in life that life isn't worth living and that you hate everybody around you, this is the way to get there. evil through the media provides a consistent reward. it used to be in the old days if you lived in a small town, you had a community. that provided you with your feeling of worth. for a lot of people who are isolated and they are bad people, this is very worn. sleeping one thing we don't know yet, jesse, is motive. do you think there's anything in his background? has no criminal record. not in the military. he was homeschooled by his mom. no political party on his voter registration. but a guy who was an electrical engineer gone bad, very bad. >> jesse: college dropout, lived with two roommates who they are talking to. supposedly they are being very cooperative. >> kimberly: they better be.
>> jesse: the texas law enforcement guys aren't going to take it easy on them if they know something. there were some writings we believe came from this person. he was talking about, he was against gay marriage or something about being for the death penalty. he says he's not a political person. i guess he said he leans conservative. we don't know yet if that was the motivation, if it was political. if there is a manifesto out there. we will know more about that. we haven't heard anything about that yet. just to go back to kimberly's point, we have criticized law enforcement and the fbi on multiple levels for years, whether it's police brutality, whether it's these shootings that were botched, investigations or fisa abuse. this is one of those moments where you have to say you guys just did an amazing job. to piece together this with the speed that they did by looking at the receipts and matching the surveillance footage and these batteries that were ordered from asia, i believe, very exotic. to ping his phone and see his
google search history, to do that in a short time frame and get his car entailed him until he blew himself up. we were thinking this could go on for a while. the unabomber went on for years. this guy was over in a short amount of time and law enforcement did an amazing job. i just want to say congratulations to you guys. to the people of awesome commit such an amazing city. i visited there several times. beautiful people there and the great spirit. and they aren't breathing a sigh of relief yet but the worst is behind us. i can think now they can take a breath. >> dana: they are in pflugerville, his mother, father, and sisters lived. apparently they said they had no idea and they sent their prayers to the victims. >> juan: that reminder of what we saw after the vegas terror. people said they had no idea, even the girlfriend in that case, no idea. in this case, i think everyone is going to be hungry for
motive, trying to understand. the larger picture to me seems we have more of these incidents, whether it is guns or bombs. people looking at this when they put it in the category of the unabomber or the olympic park bomber, something called the midwest pipe bomber. these different bombings. we see more of these outbreaks of violence, and too often, young men. having arguments in conversations about the violence in our media, in our hollywood stories, video games and the like but also mental health. but something is going on. it's hard to get away from it and hard not to worry. >> greg: can i respond to that? young men are responsible for violence but they are also responsible for a lot of things. do you know what i mean? no, i'm just saying that they fight our wars. and they are also -- they also
commit a lot of crimes. you can't just say this is a male issue. whenever anyone is doing a story on this, the relevant point in history is the unabomber. that's actually good news because that was 20 years ago. so this actually isn't common. it's actually rare. the fact that you have to go back and look for something that was like this, it's the unabomber. you have to go back to '95 or '94 when he was caught. i think that's encouraging. we also know violence is on the decline. we know that. >> jesse: to your point you made before but evil and how we compare this kind of domestic terrorism to islamic terrorism in the united states, i think the islamic terrorism is more fearful on our behalf because it's about an overall philosophy and ideology. its worldwide and has goals to take over the world. whereas this is something like, this is a deranged kid.
he doesn't fit into a category. there's no way to kind of put him into a category. what are you supposed to do about a person like this? i don't know. >> juan: that's one of the things we are starting to have to understand, that we have to be better. we have to pick up on signals more quickly. i think that's part of it. greg, i agree, it's about young men fight our wars too. i don't think there's any question. i don't see women doing this. >> greg: of course. if you look at prisons, how many women are in prison versus men. when you say this is a problem. ward are white males, males in general, at a general age, high testosterone creatures. they are often involved in a lot of things. >> dana: our producers have been monitoring the press conference. they say they don't have a motive yet. >> kimberly: there's a lot of evidence left in that home, a
treasure trove. they were going to be able to get a very deep picture of who he is, what might've motivated him. the good news is we are going to learn and get some understanding from this. it was stopped at an early juncture which is critical, especially for someone who seemed so furious and frenetic in terms of trying to turn these bombs out. >> dana: sound for the victims and the family. coming up, president trump facing backlash for congratulating putin on winning reelection. the president responded. you will hear what he has to sa say. ♪ (nadia white) the moment a fish is pulled out from the water, it's a race against time. and keeping it in the right conditions is the best way to get that fish to your plate safely. (dane chauvel) sometimes the product arrives, and the cold chain has been interrupted, and we need to be able to identify where in the cold chain that occurred.
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"i called president putin of russia to congratulate him on his election victory in past, obama called him also. the fake news media is crazed because they wanted me to excoriate him. they are wrong! getting along with russia and others is a good thing, not a bad thing." jesse, what do you think? >> jesse: the controversy is over the leak, not the congratulations. obama congratulated putin in 2012. he also congratulated the iranian president in 2013, the turkish president, shook hands with castro. enough is enough. cozying up to dictators. the problem is is that by saying congratulations to the russian leader, the media seizes on it as him being soft. the president has not been soft on russia. just slapped new sanctions on them and just sold ukraine missiles. it is concerning because you do want to have a good relationship with the russians. they are our adversaries.
the president is a businessman. he wants to work you and cater to you which is how he does business. in terms of the leak, think about it. the highest level of security clearance of these people were on that call. this is a very small group of people. to do that and have back stabbers at such a high level of the white house and the national security apparatus is so dangerous and so scary, it makes me understand why the president is constantly thinking about shifting personnel because he doesn't have a team together that he can trust. the team surrounding him is obviously trying to undermine him to achieve their own personal motive. sessions has not done a very good job prosecuting leakers. he made this huge thing about how he was going to go after the leakers. he had 27 active leak investigations open. i don't think one person has been charged with espionage. reality winner. we have the flynn leak, this.
sessions need to step up and start charging people under the austin espionage act. this has to stop. >> kimberly: frustration and the chief of staff expressing frustration. you need people you can trust. such a small group. >> dana: i would imagine if jeff sessions could bring a case, he would want nothing more. he needs to put some cash back in the bank, build up his account back with the president. it's hard to find them. i also think it's one of those things, they seize on it. they make it into such a big deal that it does become the story about the leak and there is disloyalty in the white house. the president does have a record of being tough on russia but he doesn't talk about it. all he talks about is we are
friends and it's good to be friends and everybody else is stupid. and i am the best. he actually, the sanctions, the sale of missiles, liquid natural gas to poland. there is a good record and he doesn't talk about it. if he's not going to talk about it, then the media isn't going to either. >> kimberly: you have to have something to drive the news and give them something. >> dana: this is what drives it, when they get mad about the leaks. >> kimberly: then you do the press briefing until the narrative. >> dana: i can understand how it's weird to get on the phone with somebody who has just won an election not say congratulations. there are other ways you could say it. you could say well, looks like we are going to work together for another few years. a lot on the plate, look forward to talking to you. north korea, iran, ukraine. >> kimberly: greg, how would you say it? >> greg: part of me says the reason why it's wrong to congratulate putin's because it's not a real election.
you are congratulating rosie ruiz for winning the boston marathon. at the same time, world leaders agreed this is the formality. trump is a sales guy. good job, good job. we will talk about it later. the bigger issue that bothers me, why does the media and why do democrats care? they didn't care when the ussr was eight times the size of russia now. now you are appalled? you were the useful idiots for the soviets for 40 50 years. the left cheered the soviets while they destroy people's lives and ruined other countries like cuba. now you are saying we have to be really hard on russia. save it, you goofballs. bunch of... >> kimberly: let's leave it at that. >> juan: i have a totally different take which is his own
security team, trump's team sends him a memo and the top of the memo is all in caps. do not, do not congratulate putin. then he goes against the advice of his own people. that's what i think is concerning. some people say maybe he didn't even read the briefing. if you read it, why would he go against his, the advice of his own folks? that leads out of able to begin having conversations about what is going on? you hear from jesse and others, president of, and others included leaders, including putin. but in the past the russians had not interfered in our election. >> kimberly: they were doing it then too. >> juan: they had not interfered in the 2016 election and it's all about -- the russians poisoned somebody in great britain. >> greg: they also poisoned people before obama. >> juan: this is right now. this is what you won't hear here
but republicans, including john mccain, john cornyn, marco rubio. i can go on, all saying this is not good. if >> greg: president obama congratulation tim after he also poisoned somebody. the russians poisoned people all the time. >> juan: it happens right now and you are saying go ahead and embrace putin. >> greg: i didn't say that. [all speaking] >> juan: you are pulling the blinds. >> kimberly: you are pulling our chain. anyone who says russia didn't interfere in the elections come on. >> dana: pulled the cord. >> juan: h.r. mcmaster needs to watch out. >> kimberly: juan ghost juan. ahead, the controversial battles that await two trump nominees.
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♪ >> greg: democrats under pressure to block president trump's latest cabinet nominees. cia chief mike pompeo to be the next secretary of state. cia vet gina haspel to lead that agency. the pressures coming from left-wing activists, the people we need to decide who is in charge of national security. i joke. asking a lefty for suggestions on national security is like asking a conservative for tips on vegan restaurants. it's not our wheelhouse. i don't blame them. this is what ideologues do when they are out of power pretty play defense. it's petty to block nominations but when it's all you've got, it's all you've got. republicans have done it too but this is different. this is national security. when republicans blocked, they usually have stronger alternatives to fill those spots, not wimpy or wants. if the right hates your choices for national security, it's because they know national security. so we got asked, what is your
alternative? that won't please -- chelsea manning to head the cia? bill errors for secretary of state. i exaggerate because it's fun. whenever a left-winger suggests will be toothless. national security makes him wince. when you believe enhanced interrogation is really mean to bad people who aren't really bad at all because they are just victims of america's oppressive foreign policy, you should probably go away. let the adults handle this. it's a fact. dana, national security, it's the republicans domain. democrats should sit it out. call us when it's done. >> dana: but we need their votes. >> greg: it's true. they could mail in the votes. absentee. republicans are terrible with big government. they are terrible with foreign policy. >> dana: they are passing a bill today that will spend a trillion dollars.
for gina haspel, this is going to be a tough confirmation. there were no war crimes. there was nothing illegal. how do we know that? because if there have been, i guarantee you former attorney general eric holder would have prosecuted her and others. three attorneys general have looked at this. they have not taken any action. the problem is greg, there's no logic or reasoning with people on this issue. the president chose to have to have a fight on this confirmation. he could have gone with somebody that didn't require spending a lot of political capital and all the pain and agony it's going to take to get her confirmed. but anyway, i wonder if the president's thinking he wants this fight. for the point you made about national security. >> greg: kimberly, blocking nominations, that's what you do when you're out of power. you don't have much else to do. >> kimberly: that is totally lame.
if i were gina haspel, i would make sure they were going to nominate me. i would face all those men and say waterboard me. i will show you it's not so bad. she stands by her record. she's incredibly capable. she's very tough. she's smart. she's authentic. she's genuine. she's not a hypocrite. they'd be lucky to have her. i think it's fantastic. i don't know what the democrats are going to have to gain by trying to block a woman and fight these battles. they have been term elections coming. some of the projections are not looking good for your team, juan, whatsoever. >> juan: midterm elections? >> kimberly: i think so, yes. the republicans might pick up three seats. wait and see, juan. you are going to be crying in your soup. >> greg: he does like soup. juan, how do you feel about being connected to such a sexist party that would reject a woman
to be the first head of the cia? shouldn't you be with her? i am with her. shouldn't hillary be with her. >> juan: yes, yes, yes. i think you were with her when she was destroying the tapes. or maybe you were with her -- i think given the fact that she needs democratic votes because of rand paul, mccain is not there. i think they are going to have to do something like specifically have her sit there and say i renounce the use of torture. i understand is in a matter of conscience for us as americans. this is not who we are as the american people and we are not going to do it. >> kimberly: rand paul is a great vote counter. he wouldn't do that if he didn't know they were going to get red state democrats to support her. >> juan: you can say that about pompeo but i don't think you can say at about gina haspel. it's an issue of torturing people left and right who are uncomfortable. >> jesse: listening to juan is
torture. if the democrats want a war on women, let's go. his >> juan: let me get this straight. you are using her gender to defend her? >> greg: where did you get this idea from? where did it come from? is she native american? >> juan: in other words, -- >> jesse: making the argument we have made at this table. >> juan: when you are attacking hillary. >> jesse: no, juan, i am playing the gender card that you -- >> juan: what gender card? >> jesse: she is the toughest woman who has ever served. she was overseeing an interrogation at a black site and you think she is too tough on terror. let's have that fight. let's have it. >> juan: how about tough on who we are as americans. >> jesse: i don't know what that means. >> greg: facebook ceo mark zuckerberg response to the data breach that's crossing his company billions.
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♪ >> juan: facebook making big changes in the wake of a scandal that cost the company tens of billions of dollars. founder mark zuckerberg broke his silence a short while ago on the data mining controversy. zuckerberg admits mistakes and outlined a series of steps to protect user data in light of the privacy furor. he said "we have a responsibility to protect your data, and if we can't, then we don't deserve to serve you. i have been working to understand exactly what happened and how to make sure this doesn't happen again." while this specific issue should no longer happen with new apps, debate that doesn't change what happened in the past. we will learn from this experience to secure our platform further and make our communities safer for everyone going forward."
jesse, i think a lot of people said where was zuckerberg? there was a big meeting of the whole staff yesterday. zuckerberg is not there. sheryl sandberg is not there. >> kimberly: hiding under the desk. >> juan: is that what you think? >> kimberly: oh, yeah. >> juan: now they come out with the statement. do you think they are acting properly? >> jesse: people believe it is too little too late. they have lost a lot of shareholder value. he had to come on say something and basically said you know what, it's all in the past. we are moving forward. there wasn't a lot of real meat on that bone. read the statement. what did he say? he said we are going to look forward to making sure we don't share your information. the entire business model of facebook is making -- keeping people's personal data and shopping and outdoor commercial interests for profit. that's what they do. they are like a surveillance company. they get all your data and your friends' data and they give it to advertisers and advertisers chop it up and they target you.
the trump campaign did not use the data cambridge analytica took from facebook. the trump campaign only hired five staff members from cambridge analytical. with that said, obama's reelection campaign, they actually did what did what cambridge analytica did. facebook was okay with it. i have emails from john podesta who was with the trump -- i mean, the hillary clinton campaign saying we look forward to working with facebook to elect the female president of the united states. another from the obama reelection campaign said facebook was on our side. it's a little bit of -- they are biased at facebook. we know that. they were in the tank for obama and hillary. now they are mad because they are getting heat because people don't want trump to have the same access obama and hillary did. come on. >> juan: i think think there's a big difference but there is legal use and illegal use.
>> jesse: no laws were broken. >> juan: you interpret this in terms of trump and policy. dana, what you are hearing from zuckerberg's we're going thousands of apps in response to how they use the data. we are going to restrict the use of data by third-party developers. is that enough? do you think, as we saw today, some people saying delete facebook. >> dana: i don't know if that's going to happen. he is facing a lot of different audiences and possible legal problems as well. he has the liberals mad at him. he's got the conservatives mad at him. you have employees frustrated. the shareholders are filing a lawsuit. the europeans are mad on the american government is saying why don't you come to washington and explain yourself. they are going to focus on regulation going forward which they probably won't want either. the other thing that's problematic is the timeline is contradictory. wow, spent the last few days thinking about it but if you look at how the facebook p.r. team was pressuring reporters not to report the story that eventually came out, that also
is at play here. >> kimberly: this is basically the arrogance of zuckerberg and silicon valley coming back to bite him in the heinie, as it should. he had to make a statement. nevertheless, they are going to have to take notice because they have been exposed. now there is bright lights on him. we're going to have to have quality here. before, it was all about putting down conservative sites and not be able to give them the same equal treatment and access and in fact almost censorship. this is a healthy thing that's come to light we're going to see how it plays out. >> juan: greg, apparently they are letting go of their chief security officer. what do you make of that? >> greg: i am devastated over that. we were good friends. tech companies were so instantly likable.
all of these young minds making all of our lives more connected and we became more interesting to other people. everybody gave them the benefit of the doubt. every time they were on tv, they were wearing hoods. they are always skateboarding. bad foods ball in our office building. >> kimberly: oxygen water. >> greg: we overlooked what they were doing behind our backs because they weren't like other corporations. they were cute and fuzzy. meanwhile facebook turned us into compulsive sharers. twitter turns us into bitter schools. instagram turns us into stockers and apple turns us into destructive human beings because we fell in love with our phones instead of our fellow human beings. having said that, we are slaves to the beast. there are no trees outside that are more interesting than what's online. there are no neighbors that are more fun then the cat video. sorry, trees. sorry, gladys.
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possible offers, it's clear there's a market for it. i am for the free market. >> jesse: that's right. this guys going to make a lot of money. >> juan: there's a huge appetite for it. i'm amazed at what's on the best seller list these days. there is a book about something about russian roulette. another anti-trump book. the big surprises there is a book called "a day in the life of marlon bundo" a john oliver parity. >> greg: really edgy. going after her children's book. >> dana: she is donating her profits to a human sex trafficking charity. >> jesse: okay, kimberly. >> kimberly: i will not see the movie. i am not surprised someone would try to make it into a movie. depends on who is behind it and if they get a big director or producer behind it.
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we talk about i.d. theft and security. now, it's time for... greg's awesome art news. a lot of people like to paint but take a look at this. take a look at that! >> kimberly: amazing! >> greg: i bet you will never guess who created this. because you don't know who he is. but i know who he is. if you are a dallas cowboy fan, especially during the '80s, this was done by a linebacker for the dallas cowboys during the '80s. now he is an artist. >> kimberly: he's very good. i know what i want for my christmas present. >> greg: i'm going to keep this at my house. >> dana: that's pretty nice. >> greg: he said he would have done jesse but i'm more handsom handsome. >> dana: oh, while mark.
so i will do mine. cindy wilson is a 99 year old world war ii veteran. he served in india for five years, as well. he has only one regret, that he never met several war veterans when he had the chance in 1940. now he's embarking on a "no" regrets to wear with us on to make up for it. before his 100th birthday, visiting places all around the country and give people a chance to meet the world war ii veteran. at their houston rodeo, he was an honored guest and met fellow veteran george veteran george w. bush. you can see where he's headed next on his website. you go to this website. jesse? >> jesse: i like eating contests. kimberly does, too. a man was matched up against a woman. an eating contest, a man will be able to -- this did not happen. hold a second, back that up. look at this. look at this! right down the hatch.
she beats the man -- >> dana: i sent that to kimberly! by the way, you stole it. >> kimberly: not only that -- >> dana: it's your turn. >> kimberly: like i wasn't even any good. all right! an adorable moment caught on camera at tiger world in north carolina. take a look at this. a line was having fun playing with his new little friend. that is often times what happen happens. >> greg: he wanted to eat her? >> greg: look how cute! >> greg: that kid has no idea! >> juan: take a look at this video. on capitol hill during today's snow storm, you wouldn't have seen it a few years ago, the capitol police have stopped everyone from sliding or skiing on capitol hill. but washington's nonvoting delegates of congress, eleanor holmes norton, made a case against flooding and she won. as of december 2015, everybody
can slide on capitol hill. no news on whether they will allow snowmobiles. with school out today -- >> dana: that's awesome. who says nothing gets done in washington? we don't. "special report" is up next. hey, bret. >> bret: dana, thanks. keeping the russians from really interfering in u.s. elections, changing phones, national security experts tell congress what it will take to secure the technology supporting the ballot boxes. president trump unloads on the special counsel again, as the american leader receives major criticism for his congratulatory call to vladimir putin. he fires back. and the texas terror bomber dies a fiery death. apparently at his own explosive hands. this is "special report." ♪ good evening and welcome to washington. i am bret baier. we will begin with another heavy dose of palace intrigue in the trump administration pray there is a report out tonight t