the dow was up 62 points. the real story, interest rates. we hit a high largely because the economy is doing okay. "the five" is now. >> greg: i am greg gutfeld with juan williams, jesse watters, dana perino. "the five" ." someone in north korea read "the art of the deal." because north korea is threatening to cancel next month's summit between kim jong un and president trump over military drills going on right now involving the u.s. and south korea. >> greg: that is so donald. it shocked the media. if you read one sentence from trump's book, you would know that negotiations don't proceed without such antics.
more will come. it is not like trump didn't prepare you for it. let's see what happens. >> we are moving along very nicely with north korea. we'll see what happens. it's taken a long time, many, many decades to get here. let's see what happens. we are doing very well, as you know, i north korea. we will see what happens. we will see what happens. we haven't seen anything. we haven't heard anything. we will see what happens. we will see what happens. we'll see. time will tell. >> greg: we'll see what happens. that montage was for those who think trump is being played or hope he is being played. better he looks out for them brings world peace, right, media? >> utterly predictable. the president was so eager to accept the terms before the teams were spelled out. >> is a possible kim jong un realizes he's got everything he's already wanted which is recognition on the world stage. >> did president trump make up mistaken as optimism in his upcoming summit?
>> greg: wet blankets. we come at this with heavy skepticism. with trump, we trustee is not full of rosy optimism driven by a selfish legacy. he wields a realistic, not just a yummy carrot. the reasons to be optimistic, even with the north korean threats. i would be more uncertain without such threats. it is a sign of engagement. granted, for this deal to happen, you have to think big and believe you can actually pull it off. take a way smaller achievement, a manhattan attraction that languished for years because the city couldn't get it running. trump got involved and in months, he turned it into a wildly popular tourist attraction. why does that happen? because some guy thought he could do it. do not underestimate the power of positive thinking especially coming from someone who knows the good guy from the bad and how to speak both their languages. haven't we seen results already? today north korea threatened to cancel a meeting. months ago they were threatening to nuke us. i call that progress.
dan, dana, dana. >> dana: when you're dealing with the north koreans, i think this is how it works. we don't know a lot about kim jong un because it's called the hermit kingdom for a reason. and i do think there's going to be some curveballs along the way. i do think the president has been pretty cautious. he has been optimistic and throwing some cold water on it at the same time. almost everything he says, not every time. if there's criticism about that i think if you look at the totality of the statements over a period of time, he's been, we will see. we will see what happens. >> jesse: we had a lot on the cutting room floor i think. >> dana: i don't think the president is going to overreact because they north koreans need the summit a lot more than president trump does. he can sit back and wait. i think the president was critical of president obama's or
approach dealing with iran because president obama looked more desperate than the iranian iranians. it looked like we were more interested in getting this done and rushing through the end. that's not happening here. the beginning of the second year for president trump. the other key factor here is the south koreans. i know that the chinese are really important for the south koreans want this more than anything. president moon is going to be coming to the white house on tuesday, so the president will have a chance to meet with him face-to-face. i do think it was a good thing that president moon said we are not going to stop these drills with the united states because that says to kim jong un that he's going to have to come to the table, and i bet he will. >> greg: jesse, do you have any theories behind this? >> jesse: i do. they don't involve dennis rodman. i think he is flexing, posturing to make it look like maximum
pressure didn't bring him to the negotiating table but it did because we had unilateral sanctions we slapped on. making the blockade over certain vessels. the funeral was drying up. limited access to capital. that was all good, the truth of why this has happened. yes, he did say some good things. he said we're going to give the hostages back. we are going to destroy this nuclear testing site. satellite imagery proves it's being decommissioned. could be an accident that decommissioned it. good things were happening. i don't like the media coming in now almost in glee that there is a hick up towards peace just to hurt the president. to act like that president has been punked when i think the last couple presidents have been. trump gave up nothing. he said anything could happen. he says something interesting
about john bolton. he said john bolton was repugnant. >> dana: kim jong un said that, not the president. >> jesse: yes. this is a guy who burned his uncle in acid. to call him repugnant was hilarious. >> i would wear that like a badge of honor. if kim jong un called me repugnant, i would put it on a shirt. he >> jesse: saying that we should deal with north korea like we did in libya. libya gave their nuclear stuff to us and then a couple years later we invaded and killed the them. we lead from behind. >> greg: i trust you enjoyed this view much better. [laughter] >> well played. what is your take on all this. >> i don't think the summit is the be-all and end-all. the summit is a good photo op. you see them shaking hands and they are sitting down at the
table. i think kim jong un thought he was holding all the cards. you could say i don't like bolton i'm not going to do this if you expect me to disarm. he is not holding the cards anymore because he's dealing with someone who was a pretty strong history of being a tough negotiator. i want to remind the media when you're president is going up against kim jong un, you should be rooting for your president. not surprising their behavior. i think donald trump is doing exactly what he should be doing. unfettered and say my end goal is the same. i'm going to be tough on you. i'm not going to stop talking about you and human rights violations. i'm going to stay true to american values. that's the best he can do. if the summit doesn't have employer not going to change our philosophy because we are the united states of america. >> greg: juan, you are telling me in the green room that in a sense donald trump already won. [laughter]
>> juan: i think that was repugnant. you know what i am struck by is that you guys say it is the liberal press that seems to be the lighting in the moment or suggestion that this might not come off. to my mind, it's the conservative media that was so quick to say you know what, this guy is going to get a nobel peace prize. this will be his signature foreign affairs a compliment. seems to me like that was a little bit premature. i think he's had a tough week. i know it's not going to be agreed upon at this table but you think about what happened this week in terms of pulling out of the iran deal which is not popular with the american people. the effort to move the embassy to jerusalem, lots of death. you have a different view. >> by hamas. >> greg: i like your champion.
>> juan: i acknowledge that you guys are smart. the third point is the thing about the chinese company. he's off on his own. what's going on? here comes this moment and i agree with you, americans should be rooting for president trump to do something here because north korea is a threat to world peace. you do not want those people to have a nuclear weapon. but the thing about it is, and this is my concern. i think world leaders think they can play donald trump. they can give him a big parade. flatter him. tell him they love -- >> greg: examples about israel and iran. it's a contradiction. those show that you can't. the paris treaty. >> dana: i was going to say one example was the you had macron and angela merkel and boris johnson. they said please don't pull out
of the iran deal and he did it anyway. the same cast of characters and more on the paris claimant accord is kind of the same deal. slattery might get you good press with the president but it doesn't necessarily get you the results you want. >> juan: i think in this case the conservative media, being so hungry for the nobel prize. kim jong un is saying if that is the case, he doesn't want to miss this meeting. he needs it more than i do. therefore if i say cancel your joint military exercises, president trump will be under pressure to do it. we will see what happens. >> jesse: we are not hungry for the peace prize. we are hungry for peace. it's a nice trophy to shove in the left's face. obama's peace prize was a participation trophy. >> jedediah: you could argue that getting played was signing onto a deal like the iran deal which ended up helping them i
was a minor band-aid temporarily. >> dana: can i add one last thing. the issue of denuclearization and what that means is a key issue. i come that's why i'm skeptical if there will actually be in agreement. >> jesse: advised time. denuclearization in 15 years. meanwhile he hides all of the sites and all of a sudden in ten years, he has nuclear capabilities. >> dana: if we are going to give economic aid, i want to know who's going to get it. the people or his regime and the cronies? >> jedediah: you bring up a great point about the inspections. even if they agree to the denuclearization everybody's on the same page, how do you guarantee? >> jesse: not self inspections like the iranians. >> greg: we've got to move on. the point is we are skeptical and we have a president who is skeptical. we will see what happens. a massive document dump
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>> jesse: major document dump today to be sure to have liberals disappointed. leasing was 2,000 pages of transcripts from interviews in key players in the june trump tower meeting. the russian lawyer promised dirt on hillary clinton but didn't deliver. here are the key takeaways. donald trump jr. said he never told his father about the meeting. he never spoke to president trump about the air force one statement. and the whole thing turned out to be a nothing burger. juan, how does a nothing burger taste? >> juan: like chocolate, like chocolate. delicious. my thought on this is twofold. first and foremost, it's pretty clear from what we learned now that trump, jr. went into the meeting seeking dirt on hillary clinton. >> jesse: not a crime. >> juan: i think it's a problem because guess what, that woman was a russian lawyer with ties directly to people in
control of russia. >> jesse: can i say, he says when he was talking about the meeting, he asked who's going to be coming to the meeting. was never given any of the names of people that were coming to the meeting. he didn't know he was actually meeting with russians. he knew that the meeting was about dirt that the russians may have had, but he didn't go into the meeting knowing there were russians there. he said this under oath. >> jedediah: it is still coming from russia. if you like that should bother us. it's not like he sat with the democratic operative in the united states who had opposition research. why would he go to that meeting, trust any information coming from russia. i certainly wouldn't. why wouldn't you know that even if it was tempting to get dirt on an opponent come as many people in that position may have felt that way, wouldn't you be afraid that this would ultimately hurt your dad if it came out. for me, this has to bother republicans and democrats alike because you wouldn't want any
politician -- i don't care if it was don jr. or chelsea clinton or whoever, i don't want anyone allying themselves with russia in an effort to undermine another politician in the united states. believe me, i didn't want hillary clinton to get elected. i'm glad donald trump won but that doesn't mean this doesn't bother me. >> juan: don't go that far. >> jesse: hillary clinton paid for dirt that she obtained from russia. donald trump jr. never got the dirt. >> greg: there is another truth. what makes hillary's actions worse is that the trump people were neophytes. they didn't know the rules and they didn't expect it would matter. they didn't expect to win. everybody needs with somebody offering dirt, even when they are not in politics. i tried to get dirt on you all the time, jesse. do you know what collusion is? many of us go to safeway on sundays and we buy rotisserie
chicken. by wednesday you're desperately trying to pick at the insides of the chicken because you are running out of meat. right now they are on wednesday of sundays rotisserie chicken. i was watching cnn. the typical panel about this and they were all gnawing on the bones of a carcass. >> dana: they are going to have to make a soup. >> greg: it is only bones now. >> juan: we have to make a lot of soup around here. what do you make of the fact that don jr. said i made this call to this phone number. i don't remember speaking to my dad about anything and i don't know who's phone this was. >> greg: i have a blocked phone number. he might've been calling me. >> jedediah: sounds great. >> jesse: she didn't destroy her phone -- >> juan: here we go. obama or clinton. >> jesse: i remind you every week. >> dana: something that is not don jr. related. in the senate judiciary
documents there was a list from paul manafort from his notes from the meeting that apparently he took on his phone. i don't think we have a picture. i did it on the 2:00 show. says things like cyprus, $133 million. then it has the word elicit but missing the t. why are you writing elicit in the meeting with the russians. underneath that it says something like actively supportive of rnc. i think those notes are a little bit more interesting. >> jesse: can i say i got an alert on my phone. paul manafort is now following me on twitter. >> greg: we should have led with that. i did a survey at the gym today about this. i asked does anybody care about this. 100% said no. granted i only asked one. you killed my joke.
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in that case, donald trump's tweets are similar and that way. we will see if donald trump follows the guidelines of the summits and how he would get up from the table if it didn't work. the book is here. it came out this week. i saw you all talking about the book and how jesse is so prolific in his reading. so i brought the young readers edition, which also comes out at the same time. >> jesse: thank you very much. there is pictures in the middle. i >> juan: you know you can color in the back. >> jesse: much better than the gutfeld monologues. >> greg: hey. is this the creepiest thing? it almost looks like you because it's -- but because it's not you, it's freaky. i take it everywhere. >> i have had three companies say they want to do this. >> dana: i think you should do
it for the children's hospital charity. isn't it their logo anyway? >> it is. spore >> greg: do a promotion, f somebody shows a receipt of buying your book, they are part of the opt in for the bear. >> jesse: what is going through your mind when you get "the five" talking to you at at 5:59:59. >> juan: i need you to ask a serious question. >> dana: was their instances, not just with this summit that ronald reagan had, where there are instances where one of the parties threatened to call it off? >> in reykjavik, they got up and left.
geneva, reykjavik, and washington, d.c., in moscow. the reason this one is important in moscow is it's the final one, and he speaks to moscow state university students about freedom and democracy, not hitting them over the head that we are better than you but but t of like a pied piper. come and see what the west is like. >> juan: i was covering the reagan white house. he makes tremendous inroads with gorbachev but now we are dealing with putin. putin has rejected the west and all of our offers and help in terms of coming of the western world in capitalism. >> totally different. he is trying to recreate the soviet union expansionism. mikael gorbachev was a different leader, and reagan saw that and that's why he negotiated with him. reagan and gorbachev in red square when they are walking around. marlin fitzwater whispers in his ear and says all these people around you, they are not civilians. they are kgb officers. one of them was believed to be vladimir putin.
>> jesse: i am not reading this. [laughter] >> juan: it is better than "the new york times." >> greg: what if it was "killing three days in moscow." >> jesse: i saw the title and i thought it was about trump's visit for the pageant. >> juan: wait a minute. [laughter] keep it clean. >> the publishers are really thrilled with this interview. >> dana: your book tour. >> jedediah: some news of the day. we did a block on the trump tower meeting with don jr. and the transcripts that came out. i'm curious if some people are saying there is stuff in here that could change the tide. others saying it was a big nothing burger. i think that was jesse. is there anything new here? >> i think what dana pointed out with the manafort notes, the notes in the meeting.
i think don jr., there's a lot of calls for him to come back and testify because there is some hazy memory there. at the same time, you look at this "new york times" piece about operation cross fire hurricane and deep in merits as a year later, there is still no evidence of the trump officials colluding with russia. i think both sides of this investigation, we have a lot to learn, and we are probably months away from the end of it. >> greg: can i say that on behalf of america, no one cares. no one cares. the bear doesn't even care. >> juan: a quick follow-up. senate intel comes out and says much differently than house intel, oh, yeah, russia interfered and they favored trump. does that matter? >> bret: it matters that they put it out and they were backing up the intelligence community in
a bipartisan report. we are going to have senator lankford on "special report" tonight. >> juan: jesse, i realize you love books. i want you to ask your toughest question now that we have bret baier right here. >> jesse: how will you handle the fact that gutfeld might outsell you with the monologues? >> greg: i like that he plugged my book. >> jesse: come back when i have mine. you have the kilmeade book, the gutfeld book. how will you feel if you don't outsell all of them? >> bret: i will feel like that bear. >> greg: the bear is feeling pretty good. has the best seat in the house, my lap. >> juan: what have you heard from charles krauthammer, or friend? >> bret: he is doing better. his doctor say he has turned a corner and he hopes to be back.
>> juan: here is wishing you all the best, charles. i know you watch. >> greg: does he watch "the five"? >> juan: he watches "the five" "the five." >> dana: i hope we don't embarrass ourselves. >> greg: it is a little late for that. i am holding a bear with a human face. >> juan: do you get aggravated? >> bret: no, i think it's good. i always hear you laughing. >> juan: i feel for you, man. i think you're trying to do a serious show. thanks, bret. ethan hawke pointing out hollywood's hypocrisy on guns and movies. that's next on "the five" ." i'm ryan and i quit smoking with chantix. i would doubt myself that i could actually quit. that i could climb that hill and get over it. i really honestly don't believe i could have done it without chantix. along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to
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movies that prominently feature them. we have called them out for their hypocrisy at this table over the years but actor ethan hawke is offering some refreshing honesty on the issue. watch. >> people talking so much about gun control in this country. i noticed recently if you put in a column every movie i ever did where i carry a gun and where i don't and my salary. if i asked my father to do the math on this, i think it would be about 92% to 8%. >> dana: sorry, i thought i was going to be even hawke. it was mike baker from idaho. just kidding. obviously that was ethan hawke. it's true about cigarettes too. >> greg: yes. if hollywood actually believed in their causes, there would be no guns at all. you can imagine in "die hard," bruce mclean fighting terrorists with a peace sign. i have an idea. they should apply gun-control to movie guns. the only way you can do this is
tax movies by amounts of guns and by the amount of bullets they use for movies. hollywood's gun-control activists, and there are lots of them, will they be okay for a gun-control tax on movies with guns? tax the bullets. $10,000 every time there is a bullet. $100,000 for a gun. would they do it? somebody should introduce apple tomorrow. i am full of ideas. >> dana: that is a good idea. what ethan hawke is saying that in movies where there is guns he gets paid 92% more than if he didn't have a gun in a movie. he would get paid about 8% of his usual. >> jesse: hollywood made millions off his guns. all of the action movies in the '80 zen '. die-hard, arnold schwarzenegger, everyone has a gun. >> greg: quentin tarantino. >> jesse: all of that stuff made of fortune for the studios.
then come around and say you want to take away guns from law-abiding americans. it's a little hypocritical. i wanted to bring something to your attention. this happened yesterday. there was a school shooting, a 19-year-old brought a gun and started opening fire in a school in illinois and an armed resource officer shot him, neutralized them, didn't kill him. saved countless lives. that story was not covered anywhere in the mainstream medi media. >> greg: i was going to do it tomorrow in the monologue. >> juan: an exception to the rule. >> greg: so it is the rule. >> juan: here's the thing. when people complain about smoking in movies, it had an impact. when people complained -- >> dana: they still do it. >> juan: they do it much last. you think about how gays were demonized in movies, now it's not an issue. more black actors up for competition in leeds and big movies. it does make a difference. to say guns have made money for hollywood, in the way, it seems
to me, it encourages their culture. i go to things like gunsmoke, john wayne, independent, self-sufficient american male. but i wonder if at some point it wouldn't be, we can have a discussion about it. just because it's guns doesn't mean you can't discuss it. >> greg: when you say guns encourage the culture, what do you mean? >> juan: they reflect. they shape the culture. if you are a guy and you say i'm going to have a gun. i am a real man. by the way, i saw hear more parents say as long as the violence is justified and like self-defense when they don't mind seeing guns in movies. >> jedediah: sometimes when people watch television and movies, they just want to be entertained. i think about this effort that could sanitize these things, let's remove the violence and let's only have it -- that is not what film and television should be. some of my favorite movies. i love liam neeson. i love him in the taken movies.
some of these things rely on that story line. how are you going to have a chase or you are hunting down a killer and you're going to have no gun. it's integral to that. i don't think, it's the same argument people make, oh, grew up playing violent video games, you're going to be violent. it doesn't work that way. >> jesse: so you are against greg's tax planted taxi bullets. >> greg: i want to see the gun-control activists in hollywood accept that plan. >> dana: it's true that if you read as a youngster, jesse. i >> jesse: i don't like this narrative. >> greg: can we work russia into this segment? >> dana: it's the hottest debate burning of the internet today. is it yanny or laurel. i haven't listened to it yet, so it will be my first time hearing it. to help save the universe... from paying too much on their car insurance.
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we are going to do that one more time. take a listen. >> [computerized voice] >> jedediah: all i hear is laurel. >> jesse: it is yanny. >> juan: heard laurel. >> jesse: is this a prank? are you in on this? are you messing with me? it is so obviously yanny, it's not even funny. >> greg: play it again. >> jesse: play it again. >> [computerized voice] >> jesse: is your brain broken broken? >> greg: humans have 100% certainty. you just explained every single
war, every single battle it's about one person hearing yanny and the other person hearing laurel. >> jesse: is this why we got into vietnam? >> dana: if you said denuclearizing, denuclearize, what you think kim jong un hear hears? >> greg: it's like when we hear communism we think 100 million dead but the left-wing academic says... >> jedediah: it's interesting because they were saying you could be hearing it on different devices. >> greg: so it is the ears shape? >> jedediah: it is frequencies. >> jesse: studies a more intelligent people here yanny. >> jedediah: i did some research. there was an investigator, a professor of speech, language, and hearing at the university of arizona said "most likely the original recording was laurel." some people are more sensitive
to high frequencies or low frequencies. >> dana: i can hear everything. >> greg: you hear both? >> dana: no, i here yanny. i want to hear laurel. >> greg: because you liked yanny the musician? >> jedediah: it's another philosophy. they say what you are expecting to hear, your brain actually plays a role and if you look at something, if the teaser clip said laurel before you hit play, you were expecting to hear laurel. >> dana: i had no expectations expectations. >> greg: everybody here is married or was. this explains every fight. doesn't this explain every fight? spouse here's one thing. other spouse here's another. you can't change unbending mines. >> jesse: let's hear it again. i want to hear it again. >> [computerized voice]
>> dana: you are exactly right right. >> jedediah: i can play this fight playing out in every house across america. it's really true. this is a little bit more specific. it's a sound bite. this sound bite appeared on vocabulary.com. they got momentum because high school students were different, doing what we are doing now and saying wait a second. they posted on social media and it went on and on. now it's all over the nation. by the way, the dress was white and gold. >> dana: i think that's where i was on that too. >> jesse: here is the dress. what's the deal? >> dana: you weren't going to see both. some people saw blue and black. >> jedediah: doesn't it make you feel like nothing is real? a >> juan: i tend to be a pragmatist and realist. that's the way my brain is. how can people see one thing and
interpret it differently. >> greg: confirmation bias. >> jesse: when we talk about the trump tower meeting. it's a nothing burger and uc collusion. >> jedediah: you see a big mac. >> greg: scott adams. it's the movies. you show them one truth but they see two different movies. >> juan: that is the team sports you talk about. this is actual perspective. >> jesse: people here db differently. >> jedediah: sometimes older people are less sensitive to high-frequency and certain letters have a certain frequency. it depends on how -- >> jesse: so the younger people at the table here yanny. >> jedediah: i think you would hear something complete different. >> greg: i heard collusion. that's all i kept hearing. collusion. >> juan: my wife says to me
the other day you're getting old and you can't hear a thing. i go to the audiologist. he says to me who told you you couldn't hear anything? i said my wife. he said don't worry. i get ten guys a day. >> dana: that same exact thing happened to peter. they said who told you you have problems. set it's always the wife. >> jesse: when i was in second grade, they sent me to the doctor to get my ears tested. turns out i could hear fine. i just wasn't listening. >> jedediah: i believe that. all all right, "one more thing"s next. cision parts. or it isn't. it's inspected by mercedes-benz factory-trained technicians. or it isn't. it's backed by an unlimited mileage warranty, or it isn't. for those who never settle, it's either mercedes-benz certified pre-owned,
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portrait of you that would be a big disaster. >> and everybody looks the same. >> all right, i see her too, and i will go three. this video reminds me of long when he tries to make a point and doesn't quite get there. [laughter] >> so close, but yet so far. >> give it up. >> i'd also like to thank donna hahn and greg han for sending us cookies today, they were delicious. >> i don't know what that means, as to who ate the cookies? >> i ate them. i'm also on the show tonight with martha mcallen. >> the story? >> check out what happened last night in cumberland, wisconsin. check this out. okay, guess what, it's a prank.
the high school seniors got together and pulled this prank. they created the solution of a car crash, and it was a pretty good illusion, enough that the cumberland police sent this message. hats off to the class of 2019 o9 done like 2018 on one of the best senior pranks that we have ever seen. >> they should all be expelled. what a waste of time for the cops. >> get off my lawn. >> where is my rake? [laughter] >> all right, rain, rain, go away. because crazy weather advance here in new york city as of yesterday. severe thunderstorm slammed the area. better to show than to tell, though, so here are some stunning imagery that we have collected. here is some remarkable time lapse video as a storm rolled over manhattan. the weather also caused lots of
travel delays at airports and train stations. take a look at the chaos in grand central station yesterday as the mta closed train lines that headed north out of the city. they had to close the door. >> i don't see anybody in there. >> >> someone said it's like grand central station in there. >> and a shockingly awesome moment for mother nature as she takes aim at new york city is one a trade center. >> did you bring your weatherman umbrella? >> i did. >> so did i. >> but you have three, and he won't give me one. >> that's true. [laughter] >> cookies, now umbrella. >> all right. i'm going to tell the story of smokey and remus. they are two puppies, and they were playing in a pool in arizona. this is security camera photos. suddenly smokey falls in and was struggling to get out, and remus jumps into the pool, pushes him
out, and this is why, a, dogs are better than people, and number two, gregory, this is why you pay homage to the service animal. >> you are still mad at that? >> i am still upset. what if you were on the plane and you start drowning in the toilet? he would come and get you out. >> he is kind of small. >> >> obadiah, people were tweeg that and sending it to me, i couldn't even watch it because it was like too much anticipation, i was too nervous. even though i knew it had a happy ending. >> do you think jasper would have jumped into the water? >> now. >> he would have just gotten waxed. >> those videos make me happy. you, though, you are a menace. >> i am a menace.
>> your dvr is never mess an episode of the five. fake news beware. we have bret baier. are you there? >> so much better. thanks. this is a fox news alert, and we begin with a political blockbuster tonight. presidential attorney rudy giuliani's as special counsel robert mueller is promising to follow justice department guidance that a sitting president cannot be indicted. this obviously has implications for the russia collusion probe and may come as a seismic disappointment to some of president trump's critics. chief white house correspondent john roberts tells us more from the white house north lawn. >> i spoke with him on the telephone in the last hour and he confirmed to fox news that about two weeks ago the special counsel robert mueller assured the president's outside legal team that he would follow the doj guidelines that the sitting president can