liked the optics of the north and south korean leaders meeting on along the demilitarized zone and that might be a perfect venue to follow-up on with no less than the president in attendance. we will see. we will know soon. "the five" is next. >> greg: i'm greg gutfeld with kimberly gutfeld, juan williams, jesse watters, dana perino. "the five" ." saturday was the white house correspondents' dinner. here's a clip. >> it is a trash fire. >> greg: we could stop there. everything went as planned. the comedian, on diluted leftist plucked from daily show assembly line. unloaded on the white house. like a tortoise on crutches, you could see the jokes limping toward you. the dinner is old news, an of
self congratulations, selfies, predictable barbs. >> i have to say i am a little starstruck. i love you as aunt lydia in the handmaid's tale. i actually really like sarah. i think she is very resourceful. like she burns facts and uses the ash to create a perfect smoky eye. maybe she is born with it. maybe it's lies. probably lives. i am never sure what to call sarah huckabee sanders. is it sarah sanders? sarah huckabee sanders? what is uncle tom but for white women who disappoint other white women? >> greg: wolf reminds us you can smear women as long as you on the right. the media calls it a roast. if if you did it come it would e called misogyny.
progressives play by different rules. take joy reid. whatever she writes will be excused. being on the left excuses everything. you can drive girls into the drink or run the clan and still sit in the senate as long as you're a democrat. the comments defenders will say ciampa said bad things about women too. you are right. he said bad things about everyone. but if he wasn't president and marco rubio was, do you think michelle would be any nicer to rubio? he is pro-life. she is this. >> mike pence is antichoice. he thinks abortion is murder. but don't knock it until we've tried it. >> greg: maybe that's what brian seltzer considers brave material. yeah, ciampa said bad things but he crushed isis and -- i will
take the tray off even if i have to listen to bad jokes. kimberly, i go to you. i believe you feel strongly. >> you are monitoring me all weekend. >> greg: i was outside your house. so i have to tell you. i felt this was so mean-spirited that it wasn't anything that was comedic. there was nothing to be gained for her saying these type of things that were directly targeted. i think of the majority of what she had to say -- this isn't advancing the first amendment. this is proffering cruelty. if you are sitting in a chair like that to listen to that, and everybody, i guess some people laughed but to go on in this way, i thought it was absolutely terrible. we were all invited. we didn't go.
you went. i think you were the only one of the five of us. juan will say with his personal expense was there and listening. sometimes it's different. at home, and we watched it so many times my felt so sad for her. sarah conducted herself beautifully and handled herself well. to sit there and listen, so mean-spirited, bullying. that's what it is. i wouldn't like it if she said that about a man, a woman, a child. what did sarah sanders ever do to hurt to deserve those personal attacks on that level of vitriol? she should be horrible about herself when she goes to bed and when she wakes up in the morning, michelle wolf. nothing it was -- nothing of it was funny whatsoever. >> greg: they would respond that because trump wasn't there, she becomes the target. she is the proxy. number two, trump has said things about people's faces twice. >> dana: and some people
laughed. across the board, i don't get good or funny. the interesting thing about this, if you want to go the president went to the gridiron dinner and it was one of the first that he's attended. he brought the house down. he was very funny. his speech was great. nancy pelosi was one of the speakers. i think that night, and then tom cotton. usually if you have an elected leader who has -- it's not easy to give a speech like that. they have to practice. it costs a lot because i usually farm it out to some a great speechwriter. i don't pick washington, d.c., needs to bring in anyone from the outside to do this types of things. the gridiron dinner has never done it. it's always fantastic. the line they have, the gridiron singes but it never burns. i hope that's the last of the sound bites i have to hear. her voice is really, it really gets to me. craig ferguson was one of the only comedians there that i thought was so gentle. he basically made fun of himself the entire time, anticomplement to me. so i remember that. she talks about the abortion
joke. one thing you could say in response, at least she called in a baby. >> greg: that was the biggest flaw. >> dana: oh, so now you think it's a baby. we are going to take back to the congress. >> greg: that was a big flaw and it undermined her joke. obama gives great speeches. they didn't need a comedian. >> dana: the elected leaders who give funny speeches, not even elected leaders. laura bush, when she did it one year at the white house correspondents' dinner, it was hilarious. when she called herself a "desperate housewives." everybody got it. you don't need to bring in some of the from the outside. >> kimberly: i agree with you, dana. when obama spoke, he was funny, entertaining. people would go. no one wants to listen to this nonsense. >> greg: not a rousing success. >> jesse: roseanne barr said the first rule of comedy, you don't target someone in the audience was more famous than you are. you will lose the entire crowd. this is what happens.
you book a c list comedian to make fun of the a-listers. look who they have had. sisley strong, larry wilmore, michelle wolf, hassan menage. i've never heard of these people. >> greg: they are all the daily show. >> jesse: they are not famous comedians. during obama, they had conan, jimmy kimmel, seth meyers, jay leno. under bush, colbert, jay leno, drew carol. >> dana: they say that colbert ended up with the prime time late show because of the performance. >> jesse: in that case, i blame the white house correspondents' dinner association for him but the delivery was terrible in this, average material. the voice was not good. i'm glad you set it and i didn't have to say it first. but the point is, i blame the white house correspondents' dinner association for this. they knew what they were getting into when they booked this person. but this is who the left is. they have been smearing and
hurting conservatives and trafficking in this kind of hateful, unfunny stuff for the last year. on the show we've had montages of the stuff from chelsea handler going after melania. the assassination jokes with kathy griffin. johnny depp. you had chris matthew say horrible things. what they say on "morning joe." swear words on cnn. it's been despicable. no one has ever condemned it, and here's the reasons why they condemned it this time. it was done in their room at their dinner by a comedian who they hired, and it was done to the person's face. all the other hateful stuff was on twitter. it was on someone else's show. they didn't have to take responsibility. the reason they had to condemn this comedian now is because it was a p.r. problem for them. they were only doing it for that reason and that reason alone. >> greg: juan, to that point, do you think the white house correspondents association was cowardly for distancing themselves? i don't think they should have.
they made the decision to have her there. they should have supported her eye think. >> juan: i think they must be reacting to some backlash they received. i think the backlash in my mind to someone who was there, there was no one walking out, by the way. you had sarah huckabee sanders sitting on the stage. i believe she was two people removed from the lectern. she is sitting there, and even the tv cameras then enlarged the perspective so you could see sanders reacting to miss wolf. the problem was it just felt unfair to her. i thought -- i saw sarah huckabee sanders and i said i think you have a great sense of humor because in the moment you were worried she was going to burst into tears or stand up and walk out and there would be a whole deal about that. that's not what the white house correspondents association wanted their event. where i disagree with you guys, she was hilarious. i think she was genius funny. you don't understand. she was picking on the press a lot.
she was picking on democrats. she said about the idea that franken is gone, she said ted kennedy probably said hey, i murdered a girl, that kind of thing. >> greg: that was a good joke. >> juan: lies here with you guys, you talk about liberal intolerance for a variety of voices and speech. here's a variety of color here's a different perspective. she went after and probably her most telling thing was she said you know, you guys in the press, you created this monster. and now you are making books, podcasts, tv shows, making money. but all you want to talk about is trump and russia. another good part was when she went after white women. i've never heard anything like this. she said you think about what's going on not only with sarah huckabee sanders but you think about kellyanne conway. you think about ivanka. everybody says women's issues are going to be at the forefront. she said you guys had disappointed white women and she called them uncle toms in terms
of white women. everybody, where i was saying, -- sitting, people were laughing. >> jesse: i watch the whole thing on c-span. she lost the crowd early and she bombed. there's so much good material about the trump white house from jim acosta to twitter to the russians to pelosi and chuck schumer. it is so easy to make, even clean jokes, the majority of the stuff was very dirty. i can handle dirty jokes and everybody there can handle dirty jokes. i think it takes more talent to be clean. almost everything is filthy. you can be mean but the jokes have to land. >> kimberly: do you know what that is, jesse saying he can do it. wanting greg to do it. >> greg: donald trump had a suggestion how to make it better and it was: the so-called comedian really "bombed." @greggutfeld should host next year! so i am saying yes.
let's do a counter dinner. maybe for police widows, the money goes there and trump has to go to that instead of that. so i will take you up on this offer, trump. it has to be a different event at the same time, different charities. it will still be a roast but it will be a gentle roast. >> juan: it's a tough thing. i remember when i imus went afr the clintons. >> greg: maybe this will be the last one. >> dana: they don't need a comedian. >> kimberly: the president would be far funnier. he's great at their rallies, he was great at the gridiron thing. >> greg: they can all be their own punch lines. that's the fun part. should president trump win a nobel prize for getting
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>> that's very nice, thank you. thank you. >> kimberly: chants of nobel. president obama left president trump with the world's biggest problem to solve, north korea. this president didn't waste any time and took action. remarkable results. kim jong un signaling he wants to make peace and lots of people are suggesting president trump should win a nobel prize for that, including the leader of south korea, moon jae-in. lindsey graham wants to see it happen too. >> with he can lead us to ending the korean war after 70 years and getting north korea to give up their nuclear program in a verifiable way, he deserves the nobel peace prize, and then some. i want to be there. maybe the first time the nobel peace prize was given and there was mass casualties because i think a lot of liberals would kill themselves if they did that. >> kimberly: all right. senator graham was on "outnumbered" today.
dana, what do you make of this? the michigan rally, these comments now come in many fields thing it's historic. the president should receive the nobel prize. assuming it works out well. >> dana: yes. there's a long way to get from a to b but of course. middle east peace. that's next. if north korea, if it happens, and it could be years from now. we might not even know for many, many years. of course he should be on the list. nobel prize if it works out. wanting a nobel prize to rub it in the face of your political opponents it's probably not the best way to go into a negotiation. i don't think that's what president trump is doing. i don't think he has grandiose ideas about getting the nobel prize and i think also needling the committee and say you'll never give it to him, it becomes another thing. we have an amazing opportunity right now, mostly due to his
strategic instincts to get this to the place where we have this more. we all know there is a catch. kim jong un is getting to come to the table now is an equal. because now he has nuclear weapons. their idea of denuclearization and our ideas very different. let's see what happens. president trump is very cautious. when he talks about this, he sounds hopeful and says we will see. i don't know. maybe i'll walk away. i don't care. let's just see. i think it's got the right attitude of people trying to push in for a nobel prize before they pour the water is premature. >> kimberly: people criticized come up president obama, 12 days and, nobel peace prize. >> dana: even obama said... >> greg: it's fun to see this south korean president trolling cnn. he knows people are going "shut up." two reasons why people are talking about the nobel prize. a, obama. because he got one for sneezing. that or become a trump because
it will drive people crazy. and it's amazing to think that a guy who hosted the apprentice is going to enact the nobel prize. but i think it should be shared. the reason why is, you don't want it to be decided -- this side and that side. it's about the spirit of cooperation. that might mean sharing it with kim jong un or moon or china. but for this potentially historic event to occur, you have to respect the necessity for cooperation. it's like the blessing and the curses he's coming to the table. the curses now he's at the table. that's the way it's going to be. it means you have to forget a lot of stuff. >> jesse: the president was asked about the nobel peace prize and he said peace is the price. that was a pretty slick answer. got to give him credit for that. if he does win it, i think he should accept it during the military.
>> greg: at my dinner gala. >> kimberly: the gutfeld gala. >> jesse: a stark difference between president obama and president trump. you look at what happened in the years under president obama, you have the crisis in syria where he didn't enforce the redline, chemical weapons were used on people. there was a migration crisis. have a million people have died. north korea nuked up and isis took over one-third of a rock. president trump has come in and defeated the isis caliphate, brought the people to the table on the north korean peninsula and launched a few tomahawk missiles against the rush -- assad regime. you look at the fact that black unemployment is at the lowest levels, things he would necessarily give obama credit for that he talked about happening are actually happening on president trump to watch. i don't think liberals can handle it because it defeats their entire narrative about how evil and corrupt and ineffective president trump is but trump
will always be viewed as results driven. obama was about hope and about speeches and lofty ideals. when you look at the actual results of this president compared to the last president, only in 16 months. the proof is in the pudding. >> juan: you know what i'm going to do now? i am nominating you for the trump cabinet. >> jesse: i don't think i would get through the vetting. >> dana: you don't have to worry about that. [laughter] >> juan: there is no vetting. trump would love to hear from you. i'm telling you that. i won't even have to go through line by line. i will say this. if the widow of the former president of south korea who sad moon jae-in, the president of south korea, usually get a nobel prize for bringing folks to the table. moon jae-in very graciously said not me, president trump. why was that smart? it is smart because our president loves to be flattered.
>> greg: who doesn't? >> dana: it smart because if you're thinking strategically on long term, you don't want to be the one taking the credit. you need the president to come to the table with your best interest in mind. >> juan: you need the president to play along with you in order to achieve the end. for moon jae-in, it's piece on the korean peninsula and smooth out the difficulties that we know that interminable between north korea, china, south korea, japan and the usa. to me, this whole things about the people who are trump supporters, so hungry for anything that would say their guy is great. he's doing great, doing fine. he's going to get a nobel peace prize. it looks desperate to me. >> greg: no, it doesn't. i agree with you that people are hungry for that because they feel it's an injustice that this guys doing the good job. look at isis, jobs, north korea. he was probably working on iran right now. >> juan: who said i'm going to pull out of syria and then he changed his mind?
changing his mind. >> greg: it's not a criticism. >> juan: what is going on with iran, the rest of the world. >> greg: let me get back to my point. why are people who like trump desperate for something? because gorsuch, isis, north korea, jobs. on cnn, it is stormy, stormy, stormy. >> dana: then we always see nobody is watching cnn. >> jesse: in the airports, dena. >> kimberly: in gift shops everywhere. i am not going to stand for it anymore. >> juan: let me say something. michelle wolf made your point, greg. she said these guys, all you want to talk about is stormy in russia and you are making money off of it. you created this trump. >> kimberly: stormy, three-minute encounter. i don't know about that. the point is in the relative scheme of things, we have things going on in north korea, south korea, problems in iran, syria, all over the world.
that's foreign policy and national security. i want a president is going to respond in real-time to what's happening in the theater or not have a stagnant policy. foreign policy must evolve and adapt and pave it. hand-in-hand with military policy and strategy. he has to be able to respond to it or he's not doing his job. >> juan: i think other presidents have responded but maybe not the way you wanted. trump is obsessed with obama. he is always saying obama did, obama didn't. >> kimberly: i am talking about the role -- >> jesse: obsessed with george w. bush. >> juan: everybody runs against the last one but i think this guy as president acts as if either hillary clinton or barack obama is still president. >> kimberly: his title as commander-in-chief, right? remember the caravan of migrants, it has reached the border. president trump's reaction when "the five" returns.
♪ >> jesse: the caravan of asylum seeking migrants with an american southern border. if you can see, our wall in san diego isn't doing much to stop them. many of the illegal immigrants are camping out in mexico after being turned away by the trump administration. the president is reacting to this latest of element by calling for funding for his big, beautiful border wall. >> we are a nation of laws. we have to have borders. we don't have borders, we don't have a country. i've been watching for weeks as the caravan came up. we have to have changes in congress command we have to have it quickly. we need a wall, number one. you see that right now. you know, where they are, even though it's not a particularly good while and even though a small percentage can climb to the top, they have to be an extremely good shape. but a small percentage can climb that particular wall. we have wall that's what's more
difficult. >> jesse: vice president pence was on the ground in california thinking about the, checking out the new border wall construction. read, you've said it a few times. the caravan was almost designed to help president trump politically. what do you think? >> greg: it's a terrible visual image for amnesty and an amazing image for people who prefer process and enforced borders. but the most obvious question, if this is an asylum claim, why not just stop in mexico. if you are truly desperate, right, you should be overjoyed to get out of your horrible country and get to mexico. but no, you are saying mexico is not enough. i need to get to the united states. it's insulting to mexico and it's kind of pushing. you are cutting in line. americans don't like it when you cut in line. when you look at the groups, there's a lot of young, able-bodied men showing up. you think these are not refugee refugees. this is a symbolic political gesture that's backfiring. we knew see that, it's backfiring. all it does is proof that we
need law and process. >> jesse: look at that visual. you are right. it's made to order. anybody who sees this tease how easy it is to breach our southern border, kimberly. look at that. the minute they step foot on american soil, they are entitled to a process where they can go in front of a judge and claim they are scared to return to honduras. >> kimberly: that's the problem. when people are desperate and they are trying to flee their countries, they will do just about anything for themselves and their family. when you have that sense of desperation, where will i work, how will i feed my children? you of pregnant mothers coming over here and they are saying i hear that if i come over and i can give birth in the united states, then my child can stay there and hopefully the rest of the family can come. that's their business plan. that's the business plan. of course this is a country founded on emigrants, wonderful people from all over the world. we want to have open arms and be welcoming but we want to do it with an eye towards public safety and national security and
securing the border because it makes for a safer situation for everyone and for a lawful process that should be followed. the president is fulfilling his campaign promises. we understand his reasoning and it's important if you're going to try to work on it, make it more of a cooperative understanding. what's going on here, they've got to come into the country, but follow the law. >> jesse: you want to be compassionate but fair and toug tough. >> kimberly: people waiting in line. >> jesse: wants merit based immigration that support when using these images. >> juan: this is not about merit-based. this is about asylum. remember, greg, in fact this caravan which is an annual event for the last five years or so. most of the people did stop in mexico. you have about 50 people trying to get in here, and what they want to do is force the united states to give them asylum hearing. they believe based on the evidence of not only political
instability but actual violence, oftentimes perpetrated by gangs and the like, that they have a case to be made. that's why you have american lawyers on the other side of the fence giving them counseling about what to say, how to handle the asylum situation. but i agree with you. i think it's tailor-made for president trump and people who are anti-immigrant to say hey, the border -- >> jesse: anti-illegal immigrant. >> juan: trump's proposal was to cut legal immigration. >> jesse: he wants merit-based, not the lottery. >> juan: it didn't matter. he wanted to cut legal immigration. he just wants to cut, even wants to cut people who are qualified for legal merit-based immigration. >> jesse: of the president also says he wants to get more funding for the wall next time in the fall, wants to shut the government down if he doesn't get it. >> dana: september 28, it is
setting up for a big midterm election campaign issue. i think this video is an in-kind contribution to president trump. might have to check out what those contribution limits are. i do think the president could be in a position now. these people will not all get in. they'll have to go back. one thing he could do is kiss on out foreign policy role. he's had some good meetings with world leaders and these people in el salvador, nicaragua, costa rica, et cetera, that have these problems. just like we have been saying about syria. if you help solve the problem at its source and if the issue is law and order, if the president can figure out a way to help them with their law and order problem come people won't want to leave home. >> jesse: we need to focus on central america little bit more. a merry-go-round of excuses from msnbc host joy reid and her pals in the liberal media of course rushing to her defense. hypocrisy. up next.
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♪ >> juan: welcome back. msnbc and joy reid is continuing to feel the heat over controversial blog posts. the anchor's lawyer saying last week that the fbi was investigating potential hacking. but now read says there is no proof. >> i genuinely do not believe i wrote those hateful things because they are completely alien to me. but i can deftly understand based on things i have tweeted and have written in the past why some people don't believe me. i have not been exempt from being dumb or cruel or hurtful to the very people i want to advocate for. i own that. i get it paid for that, i am truly, truly sorry. >> juan: it's interesting because even now that she says that she hired, the cybersecurity folks, they couldn't find evidence there was manipulation. she said she still doesn't believe she wrote some of it. some of the stuff she says she didn't write was pretty awful in
terms of going after the gay community. >> jesse: it wasn't great. it was offensive. i would rather listen to the news from someone who is offensive rather than a liar. she thinks her audience are idiots. we get that you are lying about it. i was reading axios and they made a good point about how brian williams was traded. he misremembered her wasn't completely honest about a war story. he was not fired. he was kind of demoted to msnbc. they are not going to treat brian williams the same as joy reid. both of them lied or misremembered, and they are both probably going to stay. >> juan: dana, one of the arguments would be msnbc said if you are homophobic, it's a viable offense but if you sort of tell -- didn't understand, m. i don't know. >> jesse: did you lie about your homophobia? >> dana: i would defend her right to say anything out to change her opinion and to talk
about it. i hesitated last week because i thought i don't understand this whole hacking thing. oh, we can't find proof yet. there is a real double standard with people being run out of town or publications based on their prior writings. one great example, two weeks ago kevin williamson, a fantastic writer from national review, a conservative, gets hired by the atlantic. i was so excited. i was going to read it. he starts, he wrote one piece for them. a fantastic piece they looked back and they say oh, he wants to basically -- women who have abortions should be hanged. they don't give him a chance to explain. he was willing to explain it. he didn't say i don't actually think i wrote that. i am pretty sure that wasn't me. he was willing to own it and to explain his position which does make sense when you listen to it in full. there's a lot of double standards going around here. >> juan: kimberly, she had her column at "the daily beast"
suspended. i think she is under tremendous pressure. what do you think? >> kimberly: she made the comments right. she had to come out and apologize. hopefully she uses this as a teachable moment for herself to try to move forward, to understand that that kind of bigotry should not be tolerated. she is somebody who has spoken out on behalf of women's rights. she is quick to criticize other people but now she's have to look in the mirror and say wait a second. did i make these comments. where they offensive? address the public to say here's where i am. let's see where she goes going forward. there has already been some repercussions from it, right? hopefully she's going to learn. she's going to think about what she's saying and what she's doing and how she is treating other people. >> juan: greg, you said americans to have evolving opinions on gay rights. >> greg: i am pro stupid amnesty. we have all said stupid things. kanye said awful things about
george bush. donald trump has said awful things he probably regrets if he has already forgotten. maybe not. [laughter] but my problem is i don't think the people supporting joy reid will reserve the same kind of compassion for us. they will come for us with knives out. anytime we scrub, they want our jobs. they do their boycotts. i get the impulse to circle the wagon but i hope if you are watching that this compromises your future attempts to demonize adversaries over a target. when one of us as something that is stupid, you should say you know what, that guy defended joy reid and he was right. >> jesse: we are going to say "i don't remember saying that." >> kimberly: well rehearsed, greg and jesse. >> juan: one of the hottest dinners in nashville. dana and jesse were waiting on the tables. don't miss it. straight ahead
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>> let's welcome dana perino. jesse watters. >> dana: i don't know how jesse watters got invited. you want to tell us anything about that? >> it was a complete surprise to me too. >> here we go. >> dana: this is my world! he's like my kid brother. i have to take him along everywhere. i did wait tables years ago. we will figure this out. i am not even sure what i am doing. we will make it work. >> jesse: i need brown bread. someone needs brown bread. >> dana: jesse, are you working? are you hardly working? >> jesse: i need brown bread for a table.
where do i get that? can i butter your roll? do you like a lot of butter or a little butter? slather it on? let me sign something. you probably just want the nfl players to ruin it. >> dana: how much is jasper worth? >> jesse: you better be putting money in for me. take time for everybody. i am going to dig in. >> jesse: go ahead. medium rare? is that good? >> dana: this is daily. make him famous. >> jesse: i like the pocket square. it's sharp. can i give you a secret? dress for the job you want, not the job you have. >> dana: i've got to do a playback. are you eating that? >> jesse: this is not my place. i just sat down.
>> we have jesse watters and dana perino. >> dana: that made us look like we were the only celebrities there. it's music there were a lot bigger celebrities. >> dana: much bigger celebrities. >> greg: you are a good waitress. you had plates going up your arm. >> dana: that's how i got through college. it was a really wonderful event. what did you think about meeting kevin carter? >> jesse: he was great. the young man who i give a tip about the pocket square. he was an ambassador. we raised a lot of money for the make-a-wish foundation. it was worthwhile. maybe kimberly can come next year and wait some tables as well. juan i'm not so sure. greg is probably busy. >> kimberly: i am very good at dishes too. >> dana: they needed bartenders. >> greg: i would be a great bartender. >> jesse: chris collinsworth bartended the entire thing. i think that was his way of getting out of waiting tables. >> dana: tito ortiz was there. >> jesse: he said if you're
ever in a fight, punch them in the nose. >> kimberly: because it stuns them. >> greg: he can punch. and you... >> jesse: i can take a punch. i have a big chain. >> dana: i've never been to an event like that. the patrons pay to come to the dinner and then there's the live auction. >> jesse: someone won a tour of fox news and they are going "the five." >> greg: what do they pay for that? >> jesse: i am not going to tell. >> dana: i know. do you know? piecing i think you took a cut. >> dana: i didn't take a cut. thanks for inviting us. "one more thing" is up next.
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>> and knows a lot about that. >> she can come on the five. >> i know. in nashville, i am not talking about the predators playing winnipeg in the conference final and they honored james shaw junior. the 29-year-old tackled the gun authority man who killed four people and wounded four others in a local all- night restaurant. shaw got to meet the team's coach and given his own jersey and announced to the crowd, they gave him a roaring ovation. and he has raided money. >> and dana perinna over the weekend, performing a flawless
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