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♪ >> greg: i am greg gutfeld with kimberly guilfoyle, jesse watters, juan williams and dana perino. "the five" ." it was a sitcom without the sermon. >> how could you have voted for him, roseanne? >> he talked about jobs, jackie. he said he would shake things up. this might come as a shock to you but we almost lost our house. >> now things are worse. have you looked at the news? >> not at the real news. >> what a disaster it would be.
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i go in the booth and i voted for jill stein. >> who is jill stein? >> some doctor. >> greg: perfect. the roseann reboot aired. 18 million people watched. sorry, stormy. this other trump woman trounced her interview. i watched the show. it was messy and robert was also funny. meaning it was human. each character was likable but flawed, the anti-trumper was irrational. the pro-trump-eri was sloganeering. hillary was off her saintly perch. >> on jackie things every girl should grow up to be president if and if they are a liar, liar, pantsuit on fire. >> i think we know who is a liar and who is on fire. >> greg: wises so refreshing? people are desperate for a real reflection of the political discussion minus the bias. left and right were present but
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neither were based on their -- in roseanne's world, disagreement doesn't take you an enemy. she found a way to shrink the political tribalism, replacing demonization with dialogue which means it can only upset those who need division to keep their fading name in play. meaning tom arnold. yes, after i tweeted about the show, saying it's the most honest assessment of recent times that isn't found in your own house, the has been used and angry finger to tweet "we sure as f are going to find it at greg gutfeld, fox news. i don't know tom but we all know if tom, a faded relic lashes out at the mere thought of a ex doing well. if you are upset someone is successful, it's because you aren't. play nice, tom, maybe you'll score a bit part as a washed up
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comic. see how nice i am? i plugged his gig in april. >> dana: he really has one. >> greg: april 29. tom, you owe me that. this is, 18.2 million viewers. a higher demographic than storm stormy. >> dana: it is a news show versus a sitcom but okay, fine. >> greg: don't laugh at my comparisons or i will skip you and go to jesse. >> dana: i am not laughing. [laughter] >> kimberly: favorable audience with this guy. >> jesse: has she been skipped? >> dana: i loved roseanne when i was growing up. i guess i was a lot older than i think i was at the time. i loved watching it. especially because i grew up in a part of the world where this was a normal family. i knew people who had families like this. my family is like this a little bit. i did think it was funnier than
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saturn or live task "saturday night live" has been recently. it was at least more honest in its humor. i thought one payment was interesting aside from the trump-hillary stuff was when they were at the table and he brings home the fact of prescription drugs and says i could only get half because that's all i could afford. they make a joke. five anti-inflammatories in five antidepressants. the cost of prescription drugs and health care is a big issue especially for blue-collar obama voters who voted for trump. i thought that was pretty interesting. i watched the second episode as well. >> greg: 21 years. worth the wait question you were in your 30s. >> jesse: yeah, thank you. there's a few reasons why it was
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very successful. abc did a great job playing this out. they have been promoting this for over a year and it's been spectacular. the rollout has been very special. i like having to prep for "the five" by watching tv. doesn't get any better than that. i really sweat it all out. i watch the first half hour and i thought it was accessible to middle-class americans. like you said, they are struggling with the cost of perception medication. one of the people had to move back in with her parents because you got fired. the father has a gun in the house. it's a stressful kind of lower middle-class background which has been different because over the years, you've seen sitcom families grow richer and richer and richer while the average family in america stays the same. that was nice that not everybody had a $3,000 suit and lived in a penthouse in manhattan. also good was they have the gender bending son and the debate over being a surrogate.
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usually those topics in network sitcoms are celebrated. they are normalized. in this case, people are struggling with it, and they are grappling with it but they are doing it with humor and they are doing it in an open-minded way. i think that's the reality to 90% of the american people. the woman's marching sister with the pink hat, the nasty woman, it's fantastic. it is very balanced because this is the only time you have seen the conservative protagonist where she is not mocked on network television. lee's sister gets it right back to roseanne. i thought the jokes were relevant and pretty cutting edge. obamacare jokes, pantsuit jokes, russian jokes, fake news jokes. even the nonpolitical jokes, the timing was good and the comedy writing is good. the bottom line i believe is that the message of the show is that people come from different political backgrounds, and you don't have to hate each other. you can talk it out and you don't assume that the other person's intentions are evil.
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that's what makes it work. >> greg: juan, that was the thing. there is something refreshing about it in that it's an attempt to try to inject civility into kind of an uncivil time. >> juan: sure. it's good that these people presented on national tv in this way. to me, it's good news for conservatives. i think conservatives had always complained i think on the show, kimberly has said wise in their late-night talk show for conservatives. here we have a sitcom for conservatives for them to say hey, that's a reflection of our values and who we are. i think it's a very nice representation in this sense, i'm not sure most trump people would be accepting of that song, for example. and i loved the joke about jill stein. i know people like that. people who say i don't know about hillary so i voted for jill stein. you wasted a vote in north carolina for jill stein? oh, my god. to >> greg: democrats believe jill stein because the election.
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>> juan: i do know that she cost the election but she drained -- to me it's crazy. i think -- >> kimberly: has she been speaking to the russians? there is the collusion for you. they are barking up the wrong tree. >> juan: when you look at these people talk, i really agree with what jesse said. they are arguing politics in such a way that it's refreshing that they haven't talked for years, the set up for this, the sisters haven't talked for years and the sister comes back. i know this for my own family because i have republicans in my family. you don't need to always be finger pointing and screaming at each other. there are lots of opportunities. i think this show is good news for everybody. >> greg: everybody has jackie. that's the left-winger, in their family. if you have a conservative you might have that. if you are a liberal family, and i have friends who have roseannes and their family.
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you are roseanne, exactly. kimberly, what did you make of it? >> kimberly: i think she is very funny. i have always enjoyed her comedy and sense of humor. she is better at acting than she is at singing. do you remember that? she has more than made up for it. demonstrated her patriotism from her love for the president on the show. i think it's very interesting that you have a lead in a major comedy show that's conservative, and it works. maybe the television industry should pay attention from those monster readings, i think it's fun to watch. it's one to watch in terms of how the show addresses and what rating patterns and history and trajectory it's going to be. >> juan: jesse says they didn't do politics and the second segment. maybe they are going to be less political. i thought it was funny when they made fun of fake news. not on a real news channel. >> dana: i was the slouch that watched the second how are --
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second half hour. it wasn't as blatant in terms of the politics that they are talking about issues. the bullying that goes on for the grandson and how to deal with it. it is being underemployed. you want a job. there is 50 people in line to try to get the job you want. those types of things are interesting. jennifer palmieri who was the communications director for hillary clinton, she was on the 2:00 show today. she has a new book out. she talked about hillary clinton. the book is not just about why she didn't win but roseanne barr, and one of the parts she says i voted for him because he talked about jobs. it really does come down to that. if you are looking at those very narrow margins in wisconsin, michigan. i think pennsylvania was gone away. michigan and wisconsin for sure. that narrow slice, if she had just talked about jobs more, it might've put her over the edge. >> juan: did she say the house
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was at risk? i thought to myself, now we are in the fiction world. did that really change the number of jobs? the whole tone is based on elgin, illinois. i don't see all of a sudden left behind rust belt cities have been revived. >> dana: these types of reunion shows don't always work. >> greg: "fuller house" was a bomb. >> dana: you wonder what characters you liked from 20 years ago. what would that character be like today? >> greg: "friends" would be interesting. >> dana: there would be all sorts of things going on. >> kimberly: here we go right here. this is the new "friends." schwimmer over here. >> juan: is roseanne the archie bunker of the 21st century?
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>> greg: i feel this show is like the "all in the family," it has that feeling and that even if you disagree with roseanne, you still like the character. >> kimberly: but you are calling roseanne bar racist. >> juan: i didn't say that. >> kimberly: that is a big criticism of that character in that show. archie bunker. levied heavily. >> juan: but the jeffersons were his neighbors. >> greg: they were moving on up. i loved "the jeffersons." >> kimberly: wasn't that a great show? i love red fox -- mvo: we had support from the interfaith groups, the synagogue, the churches.
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president's standing. 42% approval this week has barely budged from last week. this isn't a new phenomenon. bill clinton's approval ratings remained fairly steady during the monica lewinsky scandal in 1988. dana, could you imagine how much better president trump's approval rate would be if the media wasn't constantly trying to call him a racist traitor, mentally unstable cheater? [laughter] >> dana: i know a little something about the media. republican presidents and the media and approval ratings. >> jesse: down with the republican presidents because they keep on getting reelected. >> dana: they said here it's the bill clinton effect, as we said. bill clinton actually benefited over the year of the constant attention on the lewinsky issue. he goes up in the polls. he goes on to have a pretty good popularity rating all the way through until the end back thousands which didn't help
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al gore but a well. president trump hasn't tweeted about her and i think that has probably helped him. the left loves what he treats about it. i think if they starve the story of more oxygen, it probably ends up going away a little bit. it's not like it's helping him and his approval ratings are going up. it's not hurting him. >> jesse: i think president trump would love those bill clinton approval ratings. granted, even the cnn poll had a pretty high outcome almost at a year-long high, the high 40s. is it not working, the negative onslaught? >> greg: cnn has changed its programming. it's actually a stripper pole, not a normal poll. it is all stormy. what's interesting about cnn, if
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we remember, cnn elected donald trump. they were the first to devote so much time to him at the expense of others. they really put him out there. i feel like there might be reelecting donald trump by pushing the scandal too much because it's creating rebound sympathy for melania and the white house in general. i don't know if that's true yet, but it could happen. donald trump, i think the most -- it is like carnival food. if you are at the fairground and you about to order something and somebody says you know that's fattening, and you go, i factored that into my decision when i am buying this giant bowl of soft serve ice cream. i understand what i am getting. two scoops. reality tv and tabloids, you know more about trump's character than the previous six presidents combined. you know this when you factored in. i don't know how it's going to affect him negatively. >> jesse: how do you -- what do you think about the theory that the harsher the need is towards president trump, the
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more it rallies his supporters and the more they dig in. and the approval ratings stay pretty steady. >> juan: i don't think that's it is impacting the numbers, trumps numbers are still worse than any president in modern history. >> jesse: depends on which poll, juan. >> juan: i leave that to you and greg. when you look at the poll numbers, 56 of americans believe what stormy daniels had to say. 35% say they believe the threat she described on "60 minutes" is credible. what's really striking to me is when you ask people well, what about the women involved? high percentage of americans think stormy daniels is telling the truth, not president trump. among republicans, it's 45% of republican women who now believe stormy daniels. they are not necessarily
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shifting away from trump but it does i think some damage to people who believe in the leader of the free world, our country, being an honest, forthcoming, moral person. i have to think that's not helpful. >> jesse: kimberly, this isn't one of these stories that people are talking about over the water cooler, at dinner, had breakfast, or in the lunchroom. this is not high up on the american priority list. >> kimberly: i think because it over promised, under delivered. people were talking about may be this revelation, that revelation. there really wasn't. kind of like what greg said, we know this type of thing as happened before with him, prior to being president. it goes way back. it wasn't in the oval office. it wasn't while he was president, during his term. stormy has this name because she is a porn star.
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this was a one-off event. i don't even know why it's getting so much air time. there are other things that are more significant. >> dana: i think it is the money. the payoff for the silence. i think if "the wall street journal" had not run this story in january, then we wouldn't even know her name. >> kimberly: every time you do a settlement, there is an nda. it is a followed by b. >> greg: i knew the story before that. i thought this was just understood. >> jesse: 's had been bubbling up. >> juan: you have to keep in mind, i don't know, you seem very happy at the moment. if there is a finding that michael cohen made this statement, a few days before the election, there is big trouble brewing in terms of federal election law. remember john edwards. >> jesse: we will follow that as a fax. there's a big battle brewing in the country over two hot topics: sanctuary cities in the second amendment. president trump weighing in.
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♪ >> dana: president trump weighing in on the hot topics we discussed yesterday, the second amendment and the debate over sanctuary cities. this morning the president defended the right to bear arms, tweeting: "the second amendment will never be repealed! as much as democrats would like to see this happen, and despite the words yesterday of former supreme court justice stevens, no way. we need more republicans in 2018 and must always hold the supreme court!" juan, did the former justice do democrats a disservice by suggesting repeal of the second and then -- second amendment is the real goal. >> juan: i saw the polling that about 20% of the public want this repealed. and there's an argument to be made. i am fully capable of making it, that i don't think everybody should have a gun because we
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have a militia waiting to form to take on the u.s. government. but if you are asking about the politics of it, the reaction among democrats. they think it just feeds into republican anger at these young people. i was discussing with greg yesterday, the picture, a fake picture, of the young woman tearing up the constitution. it plays right into it. it is not helpful for people who say. still the polls are clear the americans want the second amendment modified, they wanted limited. >> dana: kimberly, if you were a republican candidate and you had a tough race, i think the first thing you would do is say democrat, do you agree with, paul stevens? tried to get them on record. >> kimberly: absolutely. thank you so much. debate team. that's what you would do. let's see, see if you will box yourself in on the positioning. i agree with juan.
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juan, i appreciate your honesty. he is right. this is not helpful to the democrats. i think it is inordinately helpful to the republicans because it's so far off the realm of reality of what could happen, that they lose any kind of credibility. if you are there against the wall and you want to take away the number two out of the first ten, the bill of rights, you are in trouble. it's not going to happen. >> dana: the other thing president trump did in the tweet, he brings up the other most important issue to conservatives, the supreme cour supreme court. it is a twofer. >> dana: >> greg: the left handm the adult authority. once you hear let's repeal the second amendment, the nation tilts due to all of the eye rolling. if you want the nation to buy a gun, say they can't have one. with happening is you are seeing the trojan horse be exposed.
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this is not the kind of progress gun-control zealots want. they preferred the trojan horse of sensible gun laws in which to usher in a larger ideological push, and agenda. we want bump stocks. that's all we want. >> dana: i wouldn't be paranoid if everyone wasn't to get me -- wasn't against me type of thing. people who are supporting the second amendment. you are trying to take away our guns. no, i'm not. >> jesse: if i were mitch mcconnell or paul ryan, i would put it to a vote. throw it out and say do you think the second amendment should be repealed? i think every senator and house members should vote on it like kimberly sent come up with them a box. i would run ads against all the people who didn't support it. 39% of democrats want to repeal the second amendment? that's insanity, juan. >> juan: they called my house
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and i told them. i am for it. >> jesse: i don't think most of those people even know what the second amendment is. >> dana: if there was a bait, it would change. do you want to do the other topic? >> juan: go ahead. >> dana: i am not upset. >> greg: why are you so upset? >> juan: she is ticklish. >> jesse: i was about to do it. >> juan: if you asked me, i would say honestly yes, i am very upset by the guns and the killing going on. if you'll say i'm going to vote against you because of that, i would say what you said. >> jesse: i don't think that's the smartest idea. everyone is going to come to her house. if you give up all your guns and the bad guys get them, they are just going to rob people. >> greg: the argument is if you are for the second amendment you are not upset over gun violence. >> kimberly: that is totally erroneous. >> dana: producers, do we have
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time? >> kimberly: oh, my gosh. >> dana: two people will be called on. president trump tweeting about the sanctuary city issue. he said: "my administration stands in solidarity with the brave citizens in orange county defending their rights against california's illegal and unconstitutional sanctuary policies. california's sanctuary laws release known dangerous criminals into communities across the state. all citizens have the right to be protected by federal law and strong borders." >> kimberly: amen. can i get an amen and a witness? jesse? >> jesse: hallelujah. praise the lord. >> kimberly: this is an example of president trump winning. these are two great issues for him. seizing the moment and saying obey the law. as it relates to the constitution. protect the constitution with the second amendment and let's obey the laws as it relates to immigration and sanctuary cities. two very strong points for him, especially coming on the heels
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of the whole stormy daniels nonsense. which shows he didn't resonate at all in the polls whatsoever and he's back to business. >> juan: do you think demonizing immigrants -- >> jesse: no, juan. >> juan: that's what it's about. >> kimberly: no, it's not. >> juan: i made promises about gun control when i had my meeting on tv and i turned around. do you think that helps him? >> dana: last word to greg. >> greg: what helps to him is what got him elected. the law and order issues coming together. security and trunk, the border, foreign policy, policing. the metaphor i go back to, it is the freeloader, the creature who exists as long as other people do their jobs, you cannot steal cable unless your neighbor has it. you can't have a sanctuary city unless everybody else is being a law-abiding citizen. that's why it's immoral and wrong and it must be stopped. >> jesse: 11, 80% of the
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jesse, does this come as a shock or surprise? >> jesse: we have been hearing about this. this was an obama holdover, shulkin. we know what happened at the va under president obama. they had long waiting lines and bureaucrats were giving bonuses for service they did not provide while people died waiting for care they never received. this guy was brought in and apparently was supposed to have cleaned things up. i don't know how effective he wasn't doing that. the president campaigned on taking care of veterans and he was very proud to sign a new va accountability bill. it was easier to fire people who were underperforming. there were travel issues with him. he might have run afoul of the administration on some ethical issues with respect to that. he had to go. the president is not going to keep some guy at that agency that's not 100% behind the veterans and can't afford to
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allow any sort of perception out there that the president is not taking care of the vets that he so deeply values. the new guys, the star of the conference. we like and admire that guy. >> kimberly: are really do. i feel good about your chances and my chances to live a long and healthy life with a similar meal and diet plan. >> jesse: put me on the treadmill. >> dana: maybe he's asking him to go over there because he instituted new diet rules at the white house. ronnie jackson is an amazing medical doctor. he was well respected by many administrations. he's been there for three or four of the last presidencies. i think it's very important for president trump, and what you see as he heads into the second phase of his presidency, on a personal level, he wants to have people there he personally trusts. he knows this doctor well and trust him and knows dr. jackson
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will do a great job taking care of the veterans. the other thing that's strange, these weird rumors about the political appointees at the va trying to usurp the secretary and the crazy things going on, barricading themselves in the office. as a public servant, i think he's done a decent job and will move on. it's good to have new blood at the va. >> kimberly: there you go. greg. >> greg: [groans] >> kimberly: okay, moving on. >> greg: free from my show this weekend. always a bridesmaid. >> kimberly: moving on. even the control room is mad at you. >> jesse: wouldn't be the first time. >> juan: i know the president is having trouble hiring a lawyer but has it occurred to
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any of you that mister, dr. jackson has no background in handling a bureaucracy or reform? >> greg: maybe that is good. >> juan: he hire somebody who knows -- he knows personally. maybe it is payoff for that good -- >> kimberly: come on. oh, my god. no, no, no. he had someone who had experience dealing with bureaucracy and management, shulkin, that didn't work out. >> dana: not the other personal doctor from before. during the campaign. >> juan: that guy, the guy in new york? he was something. >> kimberly: everyone widely admires and respects him. he's going to do a fantastic job. he is in touch with the veterans. he has served. i think it's very good. i know about him. i have prepared and know about him and he is fantastic. >> dana: how did you prepare and know about him? >> juan: i heard his name was under consideration.
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>> juan: in a normal administration, let's admit, it's not normal today. in a normal administration, they bring in the guy who happens to be the president's doctor with no background in this area, no experience, no relationships, no networks. >> dana: the senate will have a chance to bring it up. >> kimberly: he was very good, apparently, right? now he's not because he's president trump's doctor? >> juan: that other guy had tons of bureaucratic experience. >> dana: before shulkin. >> juan: the hospitals had trouble. this is overblown. veterans have a high opinion of the veterans administration's medical services. period it gets into the media, you say, it's terrible. terrible. they want better service. >> kimberly: a lot of the veterans i know, they are not so psyched on it. they get sent home with a bag of
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pills. >> juan: there is an argument about whether they would get better treatment. some people say privatize it. they don't want it. everybody thinks they get better service from the veterans administration. i am all for it. i hope it works. i am saying would you hire somebody with no experience? >> kimberly: there is an echo in here. you've got to knock it off. i don't want to hear another word. >> greg: am i grounded? >> kimberly: zap it. the surprising activity that mate help you live longer. details next. thou hast the patchy beard of a pre-pubescent squire!
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♪ >> juan: good news for music lovers. you can stop feeling guilty about all the money spent on concert tickets. a new study says watching live music may help you live longer. researchers in london have found 20 minutes at a concert is better for you and your well-being then yoga or walking your dog. the study says going to live concerts regularly boosts mood and lowers stress, leading to
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healthier lives. kimberly, i believe you do yoga. >> kimberly: i do downward dog. that's a yoga position. i don't do it regularly, juan but thank you for the question. i do enjoy walking my dog, playing in the park. that's nice too. i have a dog walker so they get lots of walks. i think my dog walkers probably pretty healthy. in terms of concerts, i love music, that's for sure. i would say if we are following my bliss, it is listening to music and dancing. i can't always make it to the concerts. >> juan: do you do yoga, jesse? >> jesse: i do. bikram, vinyasa. i am very limber. i can comport and contort. if you go to a greg gutfeld
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concert, it's going to take years off your life. have you heard the music he likes? >> dana: that is a good idea. country music yoga. i should come up with that. >> juan: what calms you down, jesse? >> jesse: sitting next to you. >> kimberly: he is not a stressed-out person. he is a yellow lab who pees on the carpet. >> juan: that is my leg over here. >> dana: i should create the country music yoga studio. >> juan: which relaxes you more? >> dana: i like pilates. i do a lot of pilates. >> kimberly: that is your new thing. >> dana: i do a lot of walking on the weekends. >> kimberly: she plays tennis. >> jesse: what is pilates? they strap you into that thing. >> dana: that is something
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entirely different. >> jesse: isn't there a machine? >> dana: yes, it's called the reformer. i am blushing. >> juan: greg, i can't imagine -- >> kimberly: if we had you tied in, you could do less damage. >> greg: sometimes on the weekend me and lou dobbs go to the park and we use our own body weight for resistance training. this is an interesting point. a lot of people into music understand there might be three or four areas in life that provide you with transcendence and euphoria. if you go to a religious revival, you can feel this kind of amazing emotion. if you meditate, you can have a breakthrough. you can feel it. >> kimberly: has that happened to you? >> greg: yes. in music, it affects your dopamine. you can go places with music that are very close to drugs and religious transcendence. that's why it's important.
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music has been around -- it's amazing we create music. why do we created? why do we need it? >> jesse: you are saying that you listen to metallica and you reach a higher state -- >> greg: i listen to brass metal as a way to reach a certain kind of transcendence. i listen to electronic offer another kind of transcendence. >> dana: what about nirvana? >> greg: i don't listen to nirvana to reach nirvana. sears n store. (toddler speaks) i used to run my own landscaping company. people have asked why i'd sell my business just to go work for sears. but i didn't. i own this place. and being an independent business owner means we make sure to treat you to the best deals and the best service. sears hometown stores have been independently owned and operated for over 23 years. we don't work for sears.
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♪ >> greg: no one cares. "one more thing." dana. >> kimberly: i care a lot. >> dana: all right, we have been waiting for this. let me tell you about jasper, how my best friend became america's dog. it is coming out in paperback april 3. i have a special deal. for the first 100 buyers who send in receipts, we will send them five special new baseball cards all about jasper. that one is very cute. email your receipts. you will win a prize. april 9, there will be a surprise here. >> greg: i wonder if it is a dog. k.g. >> kimberly: in other horrific
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uber news. an uber driver messed up in san francisco. some people need to use common sense. that's what i used to tell my juries. this guy didn't use common sense. he used a driving app and went down a flight of stairs. the car got stock and they tried to use a cable and the cable broke. imagine, is there a way to do negative 25 stars? >> jesse: a robot would not have done that, right, greg? >> kimberly: he used the uber driving app. sometimes i've been driving on the freeway and it is like "do a u-turn." flip around. >> greg: that's why we need robots. where are we? juan. >> juan: how about beginners luck? charlie the guard celebrated a birthday by buying a bottle of wine and a $4 $4 scratch lottey ticket. she won the grand prize, then
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she had to decide whether she is taking the money in one lump payment. she took the weekly payments. she plans to travel and study photography. her dream job, taking pictures for "national geographic." what a happy birthday. >> dana: how old is she? drinking a bottle of wine? >> juan: in canada. >> greg: my podcast. it's going to be amazing. legendary thomas soul. we talk about his new book "discrimination and disparities." 123 pages. it's amazing. what else is amazing? this. greg's disgusting news. if you have any children or elderly people in the room, please leave. it's absolutely disgusting. please roll the tape. i don't know who sent this to
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me, what kind of sick man you are but this disgusting little baby bunny is repulsive. >> dana: that is the easter bunny. >> kimberly: is it doing yoga? >> greg: a bunny doing yoga. hot yoga. speaking of hot yoga, jesse. >> jesse: a guy getting a cup of coffee in vermont. check out what happens. >> kimberly: was it the uber app? >> jesse: is a washington state? my bernie sanders joke doesn't work. >> dana: let's pretend it's vermont. >> jesse: no one got hurt. no, i'm not going to use it. probably defamation. just trying to get a cup of coffee in this video. >> juan: he got a buzz out of that. [laughter] >> greg: set your dvrs. >> dana: i have a podcast too.
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dana perino and chris stirewalt. i didn't get bleeped this week. that's good. >> greg: "special report" is up next. i bet you can't bear the anticipation. bret baier. >> bret: thank you. this is a fox news alert. following two breaking stories. the inspector general at the justice department is starting an investigation into what republicans contend is biased at the doj and fbi in the russia collusion investigation. moments ago, we learned president trump has fired his veterans affairs secretary. he is replacing david shulkin with white house physician navy rear admiral ronnie jackson. that is where we begin tonight. kevin corke was on the north lawn. good evening. >> this has been in the works for some time. secretary shulkin is a former


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