news networks to rip him a new one. that's another drama. that's where we stand today. friday, anything could happen. you know what will happen in asia and europe. we'll see. "the five now." >> greg: i am greg gutfeld with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, jesse watters and melissa branson. "the five" ." well, someone is spoiling for a fight. >> when the guy who ended up being our national leaders that i can grab a woman anywhere and she likes it, they asked me what i like to debate this gentleman come i said no, if we were in high school, i would take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him.
>> greg: i would kick your if i was in high school. biden was speaking at a rally against sexual assault. his message, to urge responsibility for men and women. but no one cares now because we've got a fight on our hand. welcome dies go where the big man on campus to taunt each other and everyone gathers to watch. the combined age is 150. if there is going to be a tussle, you're going to need fix it end -- fixodent. it's always the people who boast about their physical prowess are the least powerful. it was a week ago that the democrats were fretting over whether they had a fighter among them to match trump. it is the least appealing part of trump's behavior and it is so fake. plus there's a lot of other good stuff. the rallies, the support for long order, the strong stance
against terror. but to focus on the one thing most people including trump supporters only really tolerate because of the other good stuff trump possesses, that's a miscalculation. and it's one republicans love to see because most people are really bad at being trump except trump. all right, jesse. what did you make of joe biden's tough talk. you think it's authentic or weird? >> jesse: i think it is authentically weird. that is how biden has always been. he's kind of always been a joke. he was polling at 1% of the primary. obama needed a white male with experience in the swamp to kind of offset obama who was fresh and young his name looked good on a bumper sticker. the guy was not a consequential vp compared to dick cheney or bush 41. can you imagine speaking of dick cheney, if he had said he was going to take obama to the
schoolyard and beat him up? it would be all over the place but the left can get away with the stuff. people are saying trump cyber bullied the former vice president. people need to get over that. this might be his first foray into running for president. i don't see the democrats nominating straight white male. i think they are too handcuffed by identity politics. this is just joe being joe. he lowered himself into the gutter here. if biden wants to be a statesman and wants to rise above it and be the older guy in the democratic party, getting in the gutter with donald trump is not good for your brand, and you are going to lose. >> greg: kimberly, i believe we have tape of mr. biden getting ready to challenge trump. do we have that tape? >> jesse: bigger wits. >> greg: i was under the impression joe was going to be the nice guy. he was supposed to be the
opposite of trump. >> kimberly: uncle joe. because you want fuzzy back rubs who and massages on your shoulders. those are part of uncle joe. let's refresh our recollection. with those water weights? one time a guy did that, while, you are lifting a lot. it had water in it. i would put my money. >> jesse: maybe give him a golf club. >> greg: juan, that's a good idea. pay-per-view charity fight. you could have a undercard featuring john kerry and jim carrey. >> juan: this is, to me, how low can you go? michelle obama said this thing about when they go low, we go high. i don't think joe biden was following that.
>> greg: he gets high. >> juan: in response to the kind of offensive rhetoric that comes from president trump. don't forget. people thought you know what? he's going to be presidential. he's going to straighten his act up. he's never straightened his act up. his response to joe biden was to put joe biden down, call him "crazy joe." >> kimberly: a lot of people do that. >> juan: that's not fair to joe. look at the record. joe biden was head of senate judiciary. did a great job, widely respected in terms of foreign policy credentials. >> jesse: no, he's not, juan. he is not widely respected. >> juan: night to break it to you. >> jesse: he was against the bin laden raid. >> juan: that's fine. a lot of americans think that was a mistake. >> kimberly: bin laden dead? >> juan: iraq. >> kimberly: there is one person living on regret island and its bin laden. >> juan: you have to understand he was saying to
president obama let's be careful about what we are doing. what you are doing is trying to belittle biden and i don't think the american people buy it. >> biden is the one who belittled biden. all these people that have criticized president trump for the way he conducts himself and they turn around and they need him right down on that level. they talk about hitting him. this was a rally that was supposed to be about sexual assault on women. and you have joe biden out there saying things like if i had been in -- i've been in locker rooms. i'm a pretty good athlete. the guy who talked that way was usually the fattest, ugliest slb in the room. is this how you talk? it was supposed to be about sexual assault on women and he goes way off on this tangent. by the way, his attitude about the whole -- not everything going on in the me too movement. so many women look at this as
perpetuating this idea of women as victims. he is saying then, you have to stand up and stop other men from assaulting women. and women, you've got to get your friends and take them home. he is in the dark ages with this speech on every single level. >> juan: i don't think so. i think democrats are looking for a candidate. talking about biden, this could be the start for 2020. >> kimberly: they have no one else left. >> juan: i think people on the democratic side are confused by the fact that trump is so combative and he uses such harsh language, condemning language. he said in response, he called biden "mentally and physically weak." democrats are looking for somebody who can stand up to trump. i think that's part of what joe biden is doing, saying hey, i'm in here. i'm going to fight. when you talk about women, don't forget the reason he is saying this is not -- i don't get that point from you. he is saying when trump talks
about grabbing women anywhere, he thinks it's wrong, offensive. men do not talk that way in locker rooms. i think by the way, that's true, melissa. >> melissa: he is saying that men need to stand up and protect women and i don't think young women today want uncle joe biden out there protecting them. i think they feel like they are able to take care of themselves and that's what he is missing. saying real men don't do this and real men get out there and protect women. it is the same, you are talking down to women in a way that just misses what they are looking for. >> greg: you are saying democrats are trying to find the feisty counterpart. the problem is, that's not going to be the solution. if you try -- we saw this with marco rubio. if you try to out trump trump, it's not who you really are. like biden, but i don't think that's who he really is. i think anybody who tries to do
the trump thing is probably going to lose because trump does it better. >> jesse: john kerry, they nominated him when bush was running for reelection during the height of the iraq war and he played up his vietnam service even though john kerry was infamous for denigrating a lot of the vietnam war veterans when they came home, saying they cut off ears and said all that horrible stuff. i didn't pass the smell test for a lot of americans. voters smell inauthenticity. like we said in the beginning, is this really the real joe? kimberly hits it on the head. we like joe because he's on amtrak and he's uncle joe annie's -- and he's aw, shucks. the tough guy who's going to take trump out, people don't buy it. >> kimberly: he can't do trump. it is like the george foreman grill. there's really only one.
there has been a lot of imitations, a lot a lot of attempts to try to master the george foreman grill. potus is the george foreman grill. >> greg: do you still use your grill? >> kimberly: i love it. lamb chops, steak, fish, vegetables. >> greg: i think they have a new spokesperson. >> jesse: i don't know if that's going to be the food court. i'm not coming to that food court. >> greg: youtube, the latest front of the gun control debate. that's next. more and more people have discovered something stronger...
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>> jesse: a fox news alert. we have new information on president obama's national security director of intelligence, james clapper. allegedly he made to the media while still in office. let's bring in chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge. >> earlier today republicans on the house intelligence committee posted online broader series of findings from the probe. the official document, about 150 pages, going for declassification. what's online now is the most fulsome view we've had of their findings. if you go go to finding 44 on e website, the allegation is that the director of national intelligence, james clapper, this is a person who oversees all the intelligence agencies and whose primary responsibility is the protection of classified information. they say the following "that he provided inconsistent testimony about contacts with the media, including cnn." he is now a cnn contributor.
based on our reporting, the line of questioning by the committee focused on the trump tower briefing in january of 2017 which is when the president was told for the first time about the unverified trump dossier. as you remember, that briefing was leaked to the media. that's how the dossier story got into the mainstream. the efforts of fusion gps in the fall of 2016 to do that really had not been successful. the leaking of the briefing at trump tower really accomplish that. >> jesse: thank you very much. kimberly, i mean, if it's clapper, it comey, mccabe. all of these top-level officials seem to have been caught leaking to the media. is it legal when it comes to something like this about an intelligence briefing for the president-elect? >> kimberly: of the utmost importance in terms of national security and national intelligence. somebody who's in charge. he actually oversees as the head of the dmi, all the other
intelligence agencies. very important position. coordination between the agencies, getting all the information from all of them and he has it. this is the guy who had aids. the suggestion here is we need to get more recording on this. right now --dash suggestion of impropriety. this information came out after meeting. is there an argument to say perhaps he was giving out information. >> jesse: inconsistent testimony might be a nice way to say he lied to investigators. >> juan: what did he lie about about? >> jesse: the fact that he did or did not leak the dossier. >> juan: i think the devin nunes document only indicates they think some of his testimony wasn't forthcoming about contacts with the media. and they have now tried to connect the dot to the dossier.
what i was hearing was jim comey was the one who went to trim tower -- trump tower. maybe he did that to set the president. previously they were attacking comey. now they are attacking -- now they are attacking john brennan. now they are attacking clapper. president trump and his cronies are attacking everybody in the intelligence community. they have no evidence. they bring up the dossier which is not verified but still there, gosh, i wonder if anyone sees a pattern here. >> melissa: i see a pattern in that clapper is the one who said the nsa wasn't collecting our data in congressional testimony. he said they weren't collecting and saving the metadata and listening in on our phone calls and later turned out the nsa was doing that. he has a history of lying and important situations. i don't know. is not a big stretch to think he
once again was lying. >> jesse: when you hear this about a possible leak by the director of national intelligence to the media about president trump, salacious documents. people say this is the deep state. trying to undermine a duly elected president of the united states. is that something you would agree with? >> greg: i am not a deep state guy, as you know. >> jesse: you are just deep. >> greg: i am very deep. this is a ball of collusion. you wonder why clapper and comey and brennan. this is a self-perpetuating orbit of collusion. they are feeding off their own hysteria. they actually do believe there is something wrong with trump. so in their actions, they are trying to affected in some way to get him out of office. not saying a coup but this constant feeding frenzy that's
coordinated, orchestrated attack. you can see it. >> kimberly: they think they are doing god's work. don't want to say god but they think they are serving a higher purpose. >> greg: you hated on the head. they believe they have a higher moral cause so therefore they can do it. you talked about a pattern. every one of these people sounds exactly the same. they sound like they are reading from the exact same script. it's because they are in right now a "get trump out of office" cult. >> juan: earlier in the week he said there was two orbits, media and the deep state. >> greg: the media and the democratic operatives. they fit perfectly. >> juan: my question for you, i think you are missing out on one key element, donald trump. donald trump's behavior is enough to alarm people and say hey, what's going on. trump punches back.
>> kimberly: it doesn't justify leaking and breaking the law. >> juan: devin nunes -- >> greg: talking about an emotional response. >> juan: unproven allegation against someone who is seen as a trump adversary. >> greg: you are talking about someone who unsettles people emotionally. that's not against the law. >> melissa: do you disagree with the idea there's a group out there who feels they have this moral imperative, a calling they have to try to get trump out of office because they feel it such a disaster. he shouldn't be president. it is this drumbeat to get rid of him. >> juan: i think his popularity is -- >> melissa: is there a group of people -- >> kimberly: tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern on hannity, you will hear about it. >> juan: 70% of the american people are like oh, my god, what is going on in washington? >> greg: the stock market. to >> kimberly: because of china. tariffs, in -- intellectual
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♪ >> kimberly: it's been nearly six months since the deadliest mass shooting in modern u.s. history and we still know nothing about the motive. but we are not gleaning some insight into how the las vegas gunmen planned and carried out the massacre. a first look at new surveillance video from the mandalay bay hotel show stephen paddock in the days before he shot 58 people dead. it shows the murder eating and gambling alone in september. the footage also sheds light on how he transported his deadly cargo by duping staff into
carrying a stash of deadly weapons to his room. we have been following this. so many people have unanswered questions, very little known about this man, his background, about the motive, who he is, and who he associated with prior to this murder. >> greg: this is a testament to the near impossibility of preventing evil when it is married to a plan. when you look at this. i watched the whole thing. it was planned and part of the plan is to blend in, to be anonymous. when someone has a plan and you don't have a plan, that person always wins. it's like, i mean, 9/11 was orchestrated over time. that was a plan. someone is planning something right now. that's how smart evil works. evil planners learn from past evil plans. for example, what did you learn from vegas? you learned a lot from that guy. that death from above works. this is going to have to change. this is going to have to change the way we think about things.
we are going to have to start using drones over events or having more domed events. this guy taught you how to do something horrible. >> melissa: i am terrified now. >> kimberly: he just made everyone feel very uncomfortable. >> melissa: i am very scared. you watching going in with those suitcases. a guide by himself, no one is wondering why is he taking giant suitcase after giant suitcase after giant suitcase. >> kimberly: he knew the staff. he was a regular. carry this information. >> melissa: i think the government may know more about this than they are letting on at this point. i think there has to be a trail of who this guy was associating with and hopefully they have information on that and we just don't know about yet. to be this far in the dark after this long after such a horrific event and so on acceptable. >> jesse: i agree with both of those statements. he either is an evil genius implanted meticulously or there is a cover-up going on.
>> kimberly: it could be both. >> jesse: i feel like -- >> melissa: it's not a cover-up. >> jesse: here is why. so many inconsistencies. the security guard wasn't even registered to work the hotel. drives to mexico after he's just been shot. then he comes back and does "ellen" ." mgm is the biggest moneymaker and biggest employer in vegas. we haven't seen the video until months afterward. the wife goes overseas, then delete your facebook page, not knowing he did the shooting. the home of the guy was robbed. who is breaking into this guy's home and why wasn't it guarded? it doesn't make sense. i am not a conspiracy theorist. >> kimberly: do you watch a lot of jason bourne movies? >> greg: they never figured out the robbery thing. >> melissa: that we know of.
>> jesse: why hasn't a reporter talked to the girlfriend or the security guar guard? >> kimberly: she was talking to the authorities. she came back. they brought her back from the philippines. >> jesse: i don't trust her. >> kimberly: she knew more than she was saying but you have to come back and talk to us. she could have been charged with being an accessory or coconspirator. if she acted in any way to assist him materially. i don't know. there's a lot more things we need to learn about this. >> juan: what i learned was that if i turn on am radio at 2:00 a.m., i am hoping jesse is there because i love these conspiracy theories and they would keep me up at night. like melissa, i would be frightened and think oh, my god. they are coming for me. i better go out and buy a bunch of guns. or what do you buy on fox? buy gold. >> melissa: don't criticize our sponsors. >> kimberly: my pillow. catheters. >> juan: hopefully i don't need that yet. i didn't learn anything from
this video except that it is spooky to watch this guy he is a big man, 6'4" and bulky. the second thing is he likes sushi. he was at the sushi bar. he spent a little more time at the high stakes poker table. i think that's a sign. he has calculated. he is those guys whose numbers -- he is figuring things out and he knows the odds on the high-stakes poker. >> kimberly: he was a professional gambler. >> juan: apparently he was a winner. >> jesse: that's odd. you don't make money in vegas gambling. >> juan: yes, you can. there are reasons some people are successful. he apparently, by the way, jesse, he was successful. nobody wins every time but it's how you do overtime. >> kimberly: he had purchased properties. >> melissa: it all points to that we don't really know the truth about this guy.
>> juan: looking at the video and seeing the sky just march around. what's in his head? why is he there? what is he doing? how come we don't know, but jesse has so many answers. >> jesse: big questions, juan. >> greg: you can be smart and evil, which is what he was. >> kimberly: like a unit bomber type. >> greg: he has nothing to believe and other than living forever in infamy, he's got it. he is in the record book. >> juan: he is not muslim. if so are you okay with it? >> kimberly: oh, my god. >> greg: juan, you are an idiot. >> kimberly: ward. sanctuary revolt. more cities and towns in california rejecting state laws that protect illegals. next. stay with us. spring, it's finally here.
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>> juan: welcome back. california became a sanctuary state in october in defiance of the trump administration. the president wants to crackdown on illegal immigration but some cities and towns are starting to revolt. the los olmedo's council voted to opt out of the state law that limits cooperation between local police and the feds. orange county and the cities of aliso viejo and buena park are considering doing the same. really, i'm going to go to you first. >> kimberly: i know longer reside there. thank you very much. >> juan: this is an interesting dance. you see the state saying we are going to exert our well but you see some local jurisdictions, in fact some that voted for trump, others that voted for clinton saying we prefer having the deal
with the feds with regard to retaining, jailing. >> kimberly: of course. it's good business practice for a municipality. do they want to shoulder all the financial burden just because the governor doesn't want to follow the law and follow the federal law and wants to act in defiance of it? some of these other places are saying wait a second. leave us out of it. don't put your mess on us. we want to follow the law. we want to get the federal funding and money to help with this because it's incredibly expensive to try to do all this. people who are committing crimes et cetera. immigration issues and all the above. i think it is smart they distinguish themselves and show that it's not just one uniform voice out of california. there's different places and cities, they are saying we've had enough of this. >> juan: jesse, last time you talked about it you were holding about poll and saying most californians, most hispanics disagree. i found out that was an old poll. >> jesse: do you mean 2017?
>> juan: i think it was '16. that kind of polling would support what you are saying. >> jesse: if the governor of california is not going to protect the citizens, mayors are going to step up. i don't understand why you can't keep the illegal alien workers would just get out the illegal alien criminals. what is so hard about that? it's a reasonable compromise i think most americans wanted. we can have sympathy and understanding for people to come here to work and we can figure out their citizenship later. but at the time if you're going to commit a crime, you're going to get sent back and you are going to get reported to i.c.e. and they are going to lock you up in order to keep the community safe. do you want thousands of kate steinles in california? i.c.e. agents are there to protect people. they are there to protect kate steinle and they are also there to protect hispanics and illegal immigrants. a lot of illegal alien criminals prey on illegal immigrants.
california is destroying itself. >> juan: you get personal feuds, talking about biden versus trump. now the lieutenant governor in california, gavin newsom, calls customs enforcement and a+ bad guy. >> melissa: i love the name-calling. that's a great place to go. it's interesting when you see mayors bringing about the fact that they refused to cooperate with the feds. i don't think you can do that. i remember learning in civics about the supremacy clause in the constitution. the feds are in charge. you want to limit their powers but when you have something like immigration than they are saying when you have somebody in custody who we want because he needs to be deported or she, this is somebody in custody because they have broken a law, can you pick up a phone and let us know, we will stop by and pick them up. you have someone like our great
mayor in new york city cutting ads were he's bragging that he signed an order that he specifically is not going to cooperate with the feds. living in a city, doesn't make me feel good that my mayor is bringing about the fact that he's not cooperate. >> greg: i think long-term, sanctuary cities ultimately have to devolve into chaos. it's not a plan. the big hypocrisy is for a sanctuary city to exist safely, it has to rely on others who don't like sanctuary cities to protect them. for a sanctuary city to devolve not into crime and chaos, you need to have i.c.e. and other agents nabbing gang members and deporting criminals. because if you just let them into the sanctuary city, if you say okay, we are with you, how long would the sanctuary last? it would turn into the road warrior in a matter of months.
your symbolic stance as a sanctuary city is a fundamental live because it is based on other people disagreeing with you and doing the work for you. we are a nation of laws because laws create freedom. if you do not believe that, look at any lawless society, like somalia, you will have no laws but you cannot go outside. that will be the end result if sanctuary cities continue. you >> juan: we are in a sanctuy city in new york. i live in one in washington, d.c. chicago, l.a., san francisco. i don't see chaos. >> greg: well, you are not looking. >> kimberly: it was a personal email beef between gavin and his sister hillary that they were writing back and forth. i don't know who leaked it. but it was personal. >> greg: clapper! >> kimberly: very unjust.
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♪ >> melissa: in case you haven't noticed, it's the new era in late-night tv. it is all low blows and cheap shots as comedy goes dark. >> melania trump holding assignment to stop cyberbullying. it's making people woozy. >> thanks to your force field, you will probably escape this nightmare presidency unscathed. someday you will go to the gates of the nice white protestant heaven where saint peter will laugh in your face. do you think you are getting in here? you helped burn down democracy. >> there is nothing funny about a marriage ending, something i believed until i heard the stor story. >> melissa: i don't know. i was not laughing. perhaps i am not the intended
audience. you are a funny person. >> greg: am i? i love low blows. i love cheap shots, i do. yeah, it's low-hanging fruit. the fact is it wouldn't be so bad if they were consistent. they are only harsh to a certain type of person. it's kind of cowardly that they don't go after people that might be on the same side, which takes more guts. if only there were a hugely successful cable network who could offer an antidote to this. i don't know who that could be who could have a show every night that's funny late at nigh night. >> kimberly: walked a pitch. you had "red dye," you have "the five." you have ""the greg gutfeld show"." what more do you need? >> melissa: if they are doing these jokes and getting their
ratings, whatever, it's a free market. advertisers can advertise. people can watch it or not and if they get no ratings on -- >> jesse: they are only going after a certain sector of the audience. they are leaving out pelosi, schumer, biden. there's a lot of material on that side. >> greg: they get their material from schumer. >> jesse: schumer is feeding jokes to jimmy kimmel. could go out for a wider audience like the olden guys. i wasn't around then. carson, those guys. equal opportunity. and it was comedy. these people are crusaders. it's not always funny if the punch line for every joke is trump is a jerk, i think that's lazy and not very creative. >> melissa: juan, i cannot stay awake for these programs because i have small people at my house who wake me up very early. >> greg: and children too. >> melissa: i do not see these
shows but i suppose someone finds them humorous otherwise they wouldn't be on the air. >> juan: i think your munchkins stay up and watch. >> melissa: i am going to check tonight. >> juan: at some point, do you think it is too much? they are jumping on the guy and it's easy material. i think combat, -- come back to the ratings business. you look at the best seller list, it's filled with anti-trump books and these shows. jimmy kimmel, crying over the health care business. crying over his son. i think it's helped his numbers. >> melissa: i would say, then why isn't there a late-night conservative media? >> kimberly: greg hasn't really worked hard enough. if greg wasn't such a slacker and underachiever. when i got divorced the first time. i was watching jay leno or
somebody said i was getting a divorce and the first lady of san francisco and that i was getting the san francisco giants and gavin was getting the 49ers. >> melissa: that's pretty funny. >> kimberly: one of a making fun of democrats or liberals? it's always constant trump and samantha bee said mean stuff about hope hicks. called her the d word. not nice or appropriate. and then john jr., not nice. comparing melania to bill cosby. i don't think it's funny. >> greg: i think people, if you -- here is the reality. nobody likes to hear their side being made fun of. they are playing to their side. politics is downstream from a culture which is what andrew breitbart said. it's up to us to create that culture.
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the notorious retiring anytime soon, would you feel that way if she was muslim? >> oh, yeah, all right. it is time for greg sushi news. >> i am not a fan of sushi. this new fish looks delicious. check out this fish. it is actually made -- why isn't it moving. >> is that a robot? >> yes, it should be moving. it's made of silicone, rubber,
flexible plastic, an mit creation, and swims around, and videos other fish. it's essentially a pervert fish. it's a pervert fish. it invades people's privacy. >> it's taking the jobs from real fish. >> exactly. >> i think it's an illegal species. >> it beats that dog that was slipping on the bananas last week, that's for sure. >> i'm confused. >> the two most popular senators in the u.s. senate, jeff flake and corey booker had a duel in the snow, check this out, throwing snowballs at each other. >> that's called a snowball fight. >> a snowball fight. >> you said a duel. >> it was pegged as a duel. look at him roll. and now he has a little bit of an advantage from new jersey. flake has probably never seen snow. >> he's a snow flake. >> yeah, he's a snowflake. >> well played. >> yeah, nice job passing some spending bills -- actually -- >> yeah, hard at work. >> that's not a bipartisanship
we can get behind. >> we like these guys. >> i don't. >> melissa. >> watch this. look at today's winner in nashville using our new weather simulator. all i have to do is click this button button. >> that's cute. >> oh, it was very cute. >> that is a kindergartener from nashville. this is his kindergarten project. kimberly, we're really not helping our kids enough with their project. supposedly, this is his kindergarten project. i'm sure he did it all on his own, but it was sponsored by pokemon cards, he said. this is pretty creative. look at this. >> he has a future. are you off any days coming up? >> i was thinking direct to one of these two on either side. >> must not be happy when oh, a kid can do your job. >> sounds like a global warming alarmist to me. >> he could fit in your suits. >> oh! >> you said you like low blows.
>> i'll give you that one. [laughter] >> all right. set your dvrs. never miss an episode. chris wallace next, hey, chris. >> i'm worried about nashville's sunday little talk show host. >> i'm chris wallace in washington, and we begin tonight with a dramatic response to president trump's controversial decision to impose stiff new tariffs on chinese imports. fears this will ignite a trade war sent stocks plummeting on wall street. the dow down 724 points. that's almost 3%. the s & p 500 fell 68 and nasdaq fell 79. we have team coverage. we'll get an analysis on why the markets reacted so negatively. first, john on what the president did today. >> john: the stock market didn't like it one bit and