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geraldo rivera. >> [laughing]. >> okay. never miss an episode of the "the five." "special report" next. >> bret: after an 11th hour veto threat president trump signed a massive budget bill promising he will never sign something like this again. china strikes back over the u.s. tarrifs and stocks plummet. what happened to the pakistani doctor that helped in the raid that killed osama bin laden? this is "special report." another welcome to washington. i am bret baier. president trump signed a huge budget bill to keep the government funding. and to assure a huge increase in military spending. he may have been reacted to. conservative criticisms about what is in and not in the
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massive bill. he blasted congress and democrats in particular for coming up with a plan no one had time to read. full of money he said is being wasted. he is promising he will never do it again. chief white house correspond john roberts start us off tonight. >> the president's veto might have been a bluff but it had the intended effect. must-see tv. on wednesday president trump said he would support it. this morning he threatened to veto but he held his nose and signed the $1.3-trillion bill to keep the government running for the next 6 months. >> i say to congress i will never sign another bill like this again. i am not going to do it again. nobody read it. it's only hours old. >> the veto threat was should in a morning tweet.
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president trump upset that the daca recipients were abandoned by the democrats not even mentioned in the bill. and the border wall needed for national defense is not fully funded. the tweet prompted an urgent phone call from the sect of defense urging president for the sake of the military to sign the bill. >> i looked seriously at the veto. but because of the incredible gains we have been able to make for the military, that overrode any of our thinking. >> maddis showed relief that the pentagon would get the additional $60 billion that congress signed off. >> we received the largest military budget in history. together we will make our military stronger than ever. >> president trump railed against the senate rule that
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requires democratic spending to pass the bill and ripped the democrats are not including anything for the dreamers. >> i saw this to daca recipients, the republicans are with you. they want to get your situation taken care of. the democrats fought every inch of the way. >> a month ago democrats did offer a fix. a bipartisan proposal to fund the wall. 25 million dollars in exchange for a path to citizenship for 1.8 million dreamers but the white house rejected. democrats accused the president of creating unnecessary drama with his veto threat. >> this is what people are getting use to about donald trump and i don't think it's wearing well on this public. say one thing one day and change your mind the next day. >> the initial plan was for the president to sign the bill after
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scorching it. >> this ridiculous situation that took place over the last week. >> but president trump didn't want the enduring image of him putting pen to paper on something he didn't like. aide removed a chair and signing document before he arrived. more staff changes at the white house. president trump announced the national security advisor mcmaster is leaving to be replaced by john bolton who supported the iraq war. >> i have never been shy about what my views are. what i said in private is behind me effective april 9th. >> there is another staffing change in the works. the white house is not pushing back at all on the departure of the va secretary. the only thing in question now
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is the timing of when he will depart. >> bret: john, thank you. it was another carnage filled day on wall street. the dow lost 425. the lowest closing for 2018. the s&p 500 down 53. the nasdaq dropped 174. for the week the dow was off 5 and 3/4 and: let's get analysis now from deidre bolton in new york. >> good evening. you have to go all the way back to january 2016 to see the stock market lose this much ground in one week. financial text stocks were the biggest wastes. investors are worried about a trade war with china, the direct of interest rates and the afford ability of the $1.3-trillion in new government spending. most investors think the tarrifs we have imposed on chine and the
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ones that china imposed are just the beginning. some investors are reconsidering their possessions in boeing and apple. the federal reserve pencilled in 2 more hikes this year. that makes borrowing more expensive. the president signing that massive spending bill was dander if you do and dander if you don't scenario. today it added pressure. tech a bright spot but with facebook on the ropes, the sector fell like all others. some traders said this feels like the brutal 2-week selloff in february. buckle your seat belts for next
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week. >> bret: china is fighting back against president trump imposing massive tarrifs on their products sent to the u.s. that leaves the world's 2 largest economies on the brink of an economic conflict. jillian looks at this. >> farmers are fearful that a trade war with china is on the horizon. >> i am trying to make sure we get it through to the administration. i think they understand it, but i want to make sure that they understand how it affects the people in the midwest and my bottom line. >> china is threatening to impose tarrifs on up to $3 billion worth of u.s. importis. american farmers caution that such a move might cause competitors to step in and grab their business. >> brazil and argentina are
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willing and egor to take our share of the chinese market. >> china is considering a 15% tariff on american exportis. plus 25% on pork and aluminum. china drafted a list of 128 american products tell target in the future should the u.s. and china fail to reach a trade agreement. >> we could loose 504-billion dollars with china. it's bad. >> in addition to the disputes over hard goods, the 2 sides are clashing over the tech sector. alarming signs of a major fallout emerged. the administration blocked chine from buying qualcomm and china pulled its investment from u.s.
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powerhouse blackstone. >> our society depend on innovation. the chinese are taking the fruits of that innovation and stealing it in ways which are predatory and unacceptable. >> this on-going trade dispute. china could replace america as the new tech hub. >> french counter-terrorism officials are investigating a hostage situation that resulted in the deaths of 3 people. the hostage taker was also killed. france's president said it was a terror attack possibly tied to isis. >> terrorists strike again in france. a man hi high jacked a car and
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took 50 hostages in a supermarket. a policemen swapped himself for them to the situation. when police heard shots they swarmed the store. 4 died and 16 were injured including the brave officer. >> the security forces intervened in a fast and coordinated manner. >> police say the man responsible for a 26-year-old morocco born man. he was under surveillance but not thought a threat. he shouted god is great when he burst into the show. isis claimed responsibility. >> it means the terrorism threat is very strong. we have not had attacks for several months. this happened without us being able to oppose it. >> and they demanded the release of a suspected terrorists now on
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trial. 240 people have been killed in attacks in france in recent years. the locals are shaken again. >> my husband called me to say our children were safe inside their school. >> terror has all of europe on high alert and concerned. >> we would like to express our sincere condolences. we stand firmly with france at this terrible time. >> authorities made an arrest in connect with the french attacks. trying to see in the gunman had help or acted alone. whenever, he was very dangerous. >> bret: thank you. the job of national security advisor doesn't require senate confirmition. that's good news for john bolton who has dealt with congressional skepticism before. fox viewers remember him as a
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fox news contributor and several news outlets referred to him as a talking head. jennifer griffin has details on the career of the new national security advisor. >> john bolton is no strange tore washington. in 2005 he served as u.n. ambassador. bolton began his career during the regan administration before moving to the justice department as assistant attorney general. under george bush he served as an assistant secretary of state and the u.n. bolton was not a fa fan. a yale educated lawyer. bolton rose to prominence during the florida recount in 2000.
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dispatched by republicans to look over the shoulders of palm beach canvassing board members looking for hanging chads. a few months later bolton was rewarded with an appointment to serve as under secretary of state for arms control. he was the bush administration's point man on weapons of mass destruction until 2005. a proponent of the iraq war. bolton called for regime change in iran and north korea and penned the legal case for striking negotiate first. -- north korea first. he represented the u.s. at 6 party talks to prevent north korea from going nuclear. kim jong-un's father conducted
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the first nuclear test. >> bret: miller has died. he was called out of retirement at age 68 in 2000 to fill the final 4 years of a senate derm. the lifelong democrat attacked his own party for veering away from mainstream values and gave the key note advice at the 2004 republican convention. he died at home after being treated for parkinson's disease. he was 86. your brain changes as you get older. but prevagen helps your brain with an ingredient originally discovered... in jellyfish. in clinical trials, prevagen has been shown to improve short-term memory. prevagen. the name to remember.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> the u.s. indicting 9 iranians for conspiring to break into
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computers to attack u.s. companies. the justice department believes all 9 are still in iran. the woman in charge of securing the president's nuclear arsenal from hackers said the system is an attractive target. the new head of usa cyber security and tonight gives her tv interview to catherine. >> bailey is charged with guarding national security systems with attacks daily. >> what are they trying to accomplish? >> each nation has their own thing. certain nations are looking for economic gains. certain nations want to disrupt. >> bailey said the top 4 cyber
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threats are russia, chine, korea and isis. >> it goes beyond government computer networks. >> planes, tanks, ships, all of those things are part of the national security system we worry about. we provide keying for the nuclear command and control. >> like the black suitcase nicknamed the nuclear football. always with the president it allows him to authorize a nuclear attack. >> you are trying to ensure the security of nuclear football? >> yes, absolutely. >> they are a super appealing target for hackers? >> absolutely. >> today the justice department announced charges against iranian hackers.
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>> that was sold for profit in iran. >> when there is a major cyber security event target the military networks. nsan is called in or deplays a team of specialists to identify the hackers. >> it's my job to catch hackers. >> this 28-year-old is part of the cyber swat team. he rarely speaks publicly. >> bailey said information operations are nothing new but social media is throwing gasoline on the fire. >> bret: thanks. the republican chairman of the house judiciaries committee is subpoenaing documents related to the hillary clinton email situation. they have received only a
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thousand of the 1.2 million requested. staffers are working on producing those documents. the motoof the boy scouts of america, be prepared, is taking on new meaning. a father in utah said scouting officials are not prepared to deal with his son who has down synd dram. syndrome. here's the story. >> 22 merit badges are building blocks to becoming an eagle scout. an honor he was told he earned but the next day an email crushed his accomplishments. >> he stopped going to meetings. >> they concluded that the local scouts granted the 15-year-old unapproved accommodations. the family is suing the national
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boy scouts of america for $1 and accommodations. they apologized for any conclusion saying: an official told fox news logon was not stripped of the eagle scout rank. they want to work with the family to determine a path that is empowering for him. the family's attorney says the statement is not good enough and his client's down syndrome prevents him from meeting all of the requirements. >> this is as much as this particular boy can do. accept that and give him the badge. he tried and done his best. >> the family attorney tells me
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he's got a sitting down meeting with a high ranking boy scout official on monday. >> bret: the trump administration is proposing legislation to ban bump stocks that we saw in las vegas. jeff sessions released a statement a short time ago: the regulation comes on the evening before a planned march in washington to protect gun violence. we don't know how many people will be here but it's expected to be a big event. >> there is a nasty mayoral race in chicago. the former police superintendent mccarty who was fired by the mayor is setting the stage for a fiery and personal challenge. emmanuel is responding with an
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add tying mccarty to president trump which mccarty ridicules. >> i will talk about gun violence and they talk about donald trump. i talk about taxes and they talk about new york. it's a very interesting dynamic i can't believe that they think chicago people are that stupid. >> bret: he said the mayor is just as polarizing as president trump in chicago. up next, u.s. relations with pakistan at a low point. fox news across the country. baltimore a teenage girl was shot when a classmate opened fired has died. the 16-year-old was taken off life support by her family. the girl was shot by a former boyfriend who was killed during that incident. fox 40 in sacramento,
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>> bret: authorities at travis air force base in california are investigating a security breach in which a vehicle burst into flames after crashing through the main gate as terrorism. it happened wednesday the driver died. likely by igniting himself. the u.s. is stepping up pressure on pakistan over what officials describe as a serious lack of cooperation in fighting terrorists. rich tells us from the state department that perception is costing the pakistanis real money. >> pakistan jet fly over to celebrate the founding of it as an inbound nation. indepentant nation. the u.s. claims pakistan shelters militant groups that
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launch attacks against the u.s. >> pakistan denies this. e we still need to continue our work. >> pakistans says the u.s. needs to address save havens in afghanistan and allows american forces to use pakistani roads to sly the military in afghanistan. >> it's been a long war. the objective is the same. it's only a matter of strategies. >> the $1.3-trillion government funding bill trump signed include a prohibition against pakistan receiving u.s. security funding. the u.s. the only pay pakistan
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when they certify pakistan is addressing concerns. >> a lot more needs to be done. in terms of pakistan cracking down not just on the taliban but other terrorists networks as well. >> the trump administration announced it would withhold security realitied aid to pakistan. wells said pakistan needs to take sustained accepts against terrorists organizations. she faults pompeo. she said if pompeo fails to address these save havens the u.s. will do everything they can to make sure they no longer exist. >> bret: thank you. >> ♪
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>> bret: in tonight's whatever happened to, one viewer asked what happened to the pakistani doctor that helped confirm the compound where osama bin laden was hiding and he was later imprisoned? $33 million is being with held from pakistan until that doctor's release. connor powell has the story. >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. the leader of al-qaeda. >> president obama's announcement in 2011 marked the end of one of america's largest manhunts in history. americans across the country celebrated osama bin laden
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demise. the raid of his compound produced information about al-qaeda operation. it would not have happened without the help of a pakistani physician. >> he was critical to capture and kill osama bin laden. he ran a vaccination program for hepatitis that allowed us to confirm the dna of terrorists in the area. specifically for the bin laden family. >> while he and the navy seals were hailed as heroes in the u.s., back at home, the doctor is not hailed as a hero but as a traitor. following the osama bin laden raid, authorities arrested the doctor and sentenced him to 33 years in prison. his charge: treason. in an exclusive interview with fox news in 2012, the doctor told us he was tortured.
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the doctor described how he had been burned with cigarettes and shocked with electricity while officers cursed america. donald trump vowed to suggest the doctor's release. telling fox news in april of 2016, he could get it done in 2 minutes. >> let him out. i am sure they would let him out. we give a lot of money to pakistan. >> the government cut financial aid to pakistan. so far pakistani leaders have refused president trump's requests to release the doctor who languishes in prison there to this day. >> bret: back here in the u.s., the arch bishop of new york says the democratic party turned its
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back on catholics. he wrote in the "wall street journal": i am a pastor and not a politicianian. i have had had spats with politicians from beth of america's leading parties but. we asked the democratic national committee for a response and have not received one. up next the panel on the president's decision to sign the $1.3-trillion budget and blasting congress for giving it to him. a car bombing in afghanistan kills 13 people and wounds 40 others. the explosion occurred after afghan new year's celebration were winding down. no word on who was behind the
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military that, over-rode any of our thinking. i am calling on congress to give me a line item veto for all government spending bills. we have to get rid of the filibuster rule. and go to 51 votes in the senate. >> bret: president trump reluctantly signing that $1.3-trillion budget bill. that was after the head fake on twitter today with the veto threat saying i am considering a veto of the spending bill. >> there were numerous critic m criticisms of this bill. immigration is part of it. ann coulter threatened veto not over the wall but over the
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dreamers. can i sign up with mueller? continuing: almost an an . court has a unique way of expressing her feelings. let's bring in the panel. e most of congress had gone home. >> i don't know about the ann court tweet. the original trump tweet about a veto. >> you get a sense of from that press conference he had to be convinced by the white house to sign it and not veto it. he did seem to be torn about it.
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i think come november. looking at a complete wipe out of republican seats, we can look back to this week and see the beginning of that dissatisfaction with voters. i don't know what republicans voters have to vote for republicans at this point. >> the tax law they will say. >> but when you are talking about this kind of spending when you have a republican in the white house and republicans in both chambers of congress and all kind of explanations about they don't have a filibuster majority and things like that. seriously, it's hard to understand how we do the galloping into the spending and republicans are in control. the republicans are supposed to be the party of constraight. the president put the best spin on it saying democrats are holding the military hostage and i caved because of that.
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that's a pretty good line. >> he said it would be a press conference and he only took two yeses. -- questions. he didn't take any questions. did he get to show his anger and sign it? >> right now every time the president speaks because he said i am vetoing this and i am having a press conference, it's hard for anyone of us left or right to believe he says. honestly, i don't think he gets points for this. i want to say you made me tingle as a democrat talking about why nobody would vote for a republican. >> a good moment. >> as a democrat it's laughable he thinks the hispanic community and the american people are buying that democrats are throwing daca under the bus. they don't care when the house and the senate are a majority republican and they wrote these
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thousands of pages that nobody knows about. >> bret: let's play the president on daca. >> we wanted to include daca in this bill. the democrats would not do it. >> this is a classic trump. says one thing and does something completely different. >> we gave him a deal. we gave him every penny he asked for, for 10 years and he said no. >> the democrats leveraged power out of that narrow margin that we have. why they didn't use that power to get daca, i will never understand. >> bret: republicans say they just want to use this as an selection issue. there was a 3-year deal that was floth floating out there on capitol hill but it never came to fruition. this time they got the military
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spending. trump was not upset about the spending. that's why the tweet was so funny. he said people didn't believe it. the reason i might veto this is because daca is not in the bill. >> bret: that set ann coulter off. >> that's was unbelievable. now republicans have their spending and daca will have to be done as a side issue. as a separate bill. i don't think there is any indication from anyone on capitol hill that will get done. >> bret: this is the last big bill before the mid-terms? >> exactly and the republicans are hanging their hat on the tax bill. that's not a certain thing that will get them over the finish line in november. >> bret: reaction to the change of national security advisor
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from mcmaster for bolton. >> bolton is the right guy at the right time. he will reinforce the president's instincts to go after our enemies. >> he has a history being a warmonger. he is trigger happy. >> he believes in the military option as a last resort. >> his management style. people who worked with him said he is a kiss up and kick down kind of guy. a yes man to the president. but he treats people below him very badly. >> bret: all of this commentary today was something. many chance said this talking head is now national security advisor. not talking about his past of foreign policy expert. >> talking heads are accusing somebody of being a talking head. even with him there, he is either a kiss up guy or a warmonger.
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i don't know how you can be both. president trump proved adept at changing the dynamics with some of these foreign relationships with china or north korea. give him a little latitude. >> bret: take bolton out. it seems like they are ready for action. war on a number of fronts. but it's not legitimate mar. -- war. tillerson for pompeo. john dowd and joe whom we think, but there may be back and forth about that. and it seems like the white house is getting ready to take on forward leaning. >> i think especially with regard to foreign policy. you can't take bolton out of the equation with pompeo that it will be more confrontational with iran and north korea.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> china will treat us fairly. for many years they had free rein. they don't have that anymore. last year we lost $500 billion on trade with china. we can't let that happen. >> china doesn't want a trade war but we are not afraid of having one. we have the capacity to handle any challenge. we hope the u.s. is cautious in the decision making to not bring the trade relations into danger. >> bret: tarrifs are coming and china is considering their own
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tarrifs up to $3 billion for u.s. products. back with the panel. >> these are scary times. in the 18 years since bill clinton normalized trade relations with china, this is the first president to show some action. >> bret: the u.s. china business council said china wants to know what the u.s. wants them to. >> there was a lot of verbal threatening and we are talking about a .1% impact to the economy of china. we have been in a trade war for over a decade. when people are fearful of a trade war, that's ridiculous. we have had job loss. something has to be done. the president said he will get tough for china. i think is the right thing. >> bret: okay. mark that down. >> yes, i agree with the president. >> bret: the week for facebook, not a great week for facebook.
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they are apologizing, tom what will happen here? >> a fascinating story. this double standard applied to the trump campaign versus what obama did in 2012. the question is, this is part of the growing back lash against big tech across the country. i think facebook is in trouble. where this will lead, we have incidents like this privacy violations and tell lead to regulation if not breaking up big tech in the end. >> bret: fascinating to watch from a government perspective. winners and loser. it's friday. winner first and then loser? >> winner loyala-chicago and sister gene. they hugged her. this is more than march madness. >> bret: she said god will help us and box out 23.
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>> she is the best. loser the reistance. illinois primary. newman had tons of backing. dan hung on by the skin of his teeth and the establishment billionaire ran away with the race. >> the kids marching in washington tomorrow. rubeio said they have done more in 5 weeks than congress has done in years. it's awesome they are putting their words into action. they will vote and we will see some of those people in congress in the future. my loser? ben carson for 2 reasons. you throw your wife under the bus and jesus would approve of his response. >> winner is maryland school blain cop who proved a good guy
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with a gun can stop a bad guy with a bun. -- a gun. the loser is the taxpayer. >> bret: when we come back it's friday. notable quote ablaze. notable quotables. oomph-pa-pa
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some people taking otezla reported weight loss. your doctor should monitor your weight and may stop treatment. other side effects include upper respiratory tract infection and headache. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you're pregnant or planning to be. ♪ otezla. show more of you. ♪ >> bret: we love this time. do you? finally tonight, this week's notable quotables. >> we still want our community to remain vigilant as we always should. >> this is what we prepare for, and this is what we pray that we never have to do. >> we have got to take back extra drugs. they shouldn't be sitting in your medicine cabinet. >> facebook should have had a way of verifying everything and not being sloppy about it. >> although the intelligence is uniform, that no votes were changed, they weren't doing it for fun. >> i had a call with president putin. >> calling him wouldn't have
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been how -- >> we are going to see the spending bill soon. >> we're in good shape. >> come to the well if you have read this language. >> as far as the content of the bill, this could have been written by president obama. >> this was manure management. keep us in the dark and feed us manure. >> i will never sign another bill like this again. >> this can be a very mean-spirited town. >> this is the longest interview on fox that i have ever had. >> this $31,000 table had been bought i said what the heck is that all about? >> thank you for your willingness on a snowy day to travel through this town that sometimes understands snow removal, sometimes doesn't. >> what advice would you give to the 25-year-old donald trump knowing what you know today? >> don't run for president. [applause] >> bret: one week. make sure this weekend to tune in to "fox news sunday." chris will have an exclusive interview with the treasury secretary steven mnuchin. he will also have. so students in that protest. they will be here in washington all weekend.
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you'll hear a lot about that as well. thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. that's it for this "special report," fair, balanced and unafraid. make it a great weekend. "the story" hosted by martha maccallum starts right now. martha? >> martha: good to see you, bret, thanks. breaking tonight, in fact, just moments ago, andrew mccabe has published a stunning editorial in the "the washington post." in it, this piece is titled "not in my worst nightmares did i dream that my fbi career would end this way." he goes on to say i have been accused of lack of candor. that is not true. i did not knowingly mislead or lie to investigators. when asked about contacts with a reporter that were fully within my power to authorize as deputy director and amid the chaos that surrounded me, i answered questions as completely and accurately as i could. and when i realized that some of my answers were not full


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