>> neil: do you think we can make progress on trade with china? i will be asking the house majority whip steve scalise tomorrow. "the five" is now. >> jesse: i am jesse watters with kimberly, juan, dana and greg. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five" ." president trump just wrapping up a meeting with fbi director chris wray, deputy attorney general rod rosenstein, director of national intelligence dan coats at the white house. this comes as the president is demanding answers over a series of reports that an fbi informant was in contact with associates of his campaign. trumpet tweeting that the doj needs to investigate if the campaign was "infiltrated or surveilled and if the obama administration was involved."
doj is responding by asking its inspector general to look at these allegations. vice president-elect pence is reacting to the latest development in a sit down with martha maccallum. >> the president i think he is grateful that the department of justice is going to have the inspector general look into it and determine and ensure that there was no surveillance done for political purposes. against our campaign. i think it would be very troubling to millions of americans of that took place. >> jesse: house committee chairman devin nunes is saying if this is true, it's a major scandal. >> if they ran a spy ring or informant ring and they were paying people within the trump campaign, if any of that is true, that is an absolute redline. you can do this to political campaigns. according to them, this was done in the spring before the counterintelligence investigation was even opened. if that's true, we need to know
about it. >> jesse: meanwhile former doj official sally yates is losing it over president trump's request. >> what we are seeing is the president has taken his all-out assault on the rule of law to a new level. this time he is ordering up an investigation of the investigators. who are examining his own campaign. that's really shocking. >> jesse: all right, you would expect people from the obama administration to say things like that, former cia director john brennan also lashed out on twitter. but if this information is correct, kimberly, how devastating would it be for our intelligence agencies? >> kimberly: it is quite disconcerting when you think about that. if there's actually an active spy operation within a campaign, you would hope that if they thought there was a vein that was at risk with respect to russian intelligence, that they would in fact go to candidate trump at the time or some official in the campaign and say listen we have some information we believe perhaps
your campaign could have an issue and someone could try to get involved or tried to get intelligence from you. but that didn't happen. it's sort of belies that truth and accuracy of it, and then you saw "the new york times" preempt and put this out there in advance of the ig report which is expected to be damning. they say we are looking to protect you. it doesn't ring true. why wouldn't you be transparent and tell them instead of trying to entrap? the fbi's job is not to spy on campaigns or play somebody within an organization like tha that. completely out-of-bounds. >> jesse: comey said he was suspicious in the spring of 2016, decided not to inform the campaign in the spring that the russians might be up to something. and then they looked at papadopoulos i think in july or august, greg, they didn't even interview him until january.
they waited six months. why not, if papadopoulos had heard something, why not ask them straight up what is going on? >> greg: the more they keep trying to find collusion, the more they find democrats. this scandal or pseudo-scandal is actually easier to explain to the american public that all of the other collusion stuff. they sent an informant into trap trump. i love the media explanation for this. we only sent this informant in there to protect donald trump. we were spying on you as a favor. that is like saying that i am stalking you as a favor. ice tool your car so no one else would steal your car. it's the plot of "national treasure" when nicolas cage steals the declaration of independence. why did this happen? why did john brennan, why did they do this set up, why did they set the trap? i believe they thought they were doing god's work. that they were energized by the
frantic alarmist media about trump of which i include myself because i was every bit as worried about trump as anybody during the campaign. i have to say i am part of the alarmist media. i think if you watch the news and you are part of the news and you are part of the government, you convince yourself that if trump became president, the country would be in peril. therefore doing something like this, which is illegal, is actually patriotic. >> jesse: that's what peter strzok himself texted. >> greg: but they are wrong. i admit i was wrong. they have to admit they are wrong. they might have to go to jail. >> jesse: you are making more money than usual. thank you, donald trump. >> greg: [laughs] >> jesse: now that the president has asked the doj to do this, flipping the script, what will it do to the mueller investigation. does it elongated? >> dana: i saw chris christie doing an interview today where he said that he has given
president trump a lot of advice and he said he tells them there are ways to shorten this investigation and ways to make it longer. so far, president trump has taken every step to make it longer. i don't know. i don't know if with when rudy giuliani said mueller told me it would be wrapped up by december 1st. i don't even know if i would say that. i'm willing to believe the obama team had done this. they were politically motivated. but all of these things, if it's true, if it's true, if it's true reminds me of they wiretapped me up trump tower which turns out not to have been the case. i guess we don't know, and thus may be in the whole investigation we found out that somebody on the campaign did have a wiretap. a >> jesse: i think manafort had an apartment at trump tower. >> dana: maybe they shouldn't of hired manafort. i am willing to wait for the evidence and i think of the inspector general however one seems to admire at least so far until he says something they don't lie, that everyone thinks
he's doing a pretty good job, they're waiting for the report on secretary clinton's email. i think the hillary clinton team has a right to be somewhat mad, that their position is you mean to tell me that the fbi was willing to go out on the record with the director to say that i would -- i was being investigated, hillary clinton, and then they played down "new york times" inquiries about the trump team being under investigation for russian collusion. >> jesse: i don't think they thought trump was going to win. >> dana: the fbi or hillary? >> greg: i think hillary should be upset that the government didn't send a spy into her campaign to protect her. that is sexism. >> dana: to say you are not going to win michigan. >> kimberly: protect her from herself. >> jesse: according to the media, it was not a spy. it was just an informant.
>> juan: because president trump said "embedded." there was no one embedded in the campaign. this guy is a professor somewhere in britain and what he did was he came into contact with three oh officials, three of whom had already previously been implicated in terms of connections to russia. >> jesse: we heard it was four. >> juan: okay. i will go three. carter page, george papadopoulo papadopoulos, and who's the other? >> jesse: flynn and manafort. >> juan: no, there was another one. >> jesse: either way, you talk to the campaign people. >> juan: the point is nobody was embedded and what you have is a legitimate investigation of the idea that russia is interfering in an american election and they don't launch, by the way, a criminal investigation. they do a counterintelligence investigation. all they are doing is trying to find out what's going on. the thing that concerns me, and i picked up on this, i think it's what sally yates was
talking about. we rely on our intelligence people, and if you start doubting them, this comes from christopher wray, you do that, you put the american people, you put the american public at great risk if we can't protect our agents. >> greg: they made it pretty clear who he was in a number of ways. if they really did care, and they would have been fair about this and they would have dealt with both campaigns. they are saying now oh, the russians were more interested in trump. that's convenient now that everybody finds out you've been putting informants. >> juan: everybody has said, everybody from the bipartisan senate committee has said russia favored donald trump to win. we learned this weekend, the saudis, the israelis have also said we have an interest in helping you out, mr. trump. >> jesse: i want to know what the chinese did with hillary. >> greg: juan, let me ask you a question.
>> juan: obama, clinton. >> greg: they pay the guy $400,000. >> jesse: the week after the dnc server was allegedly hacked by the russians, they open up a counterintelligence investigation to see about russian hacking. kimberly, they never seized the server. they never looked at the server, ran an investigation on the server, determine whether or not -- wouldn't you think that would be the first thing they would do? >> kimberly: you would think. how about turn over the physical, tangible evidence so they can do a proper forensics examination and see if they can retrieve any deleted files. it shows the hypocrisy and how the disingenuous. when they have evidence of actual malfeasance and things going on, they don't do anything about it. but then they tried to conjure up like evil spirits an idea of collusion and then say just looking out for you, buddy. they put some on your campaign, they are changing the story say no, we are trying to protect
you. but wait, and informant but not a spy. verbal gymnastics. >> juan: none of this changes anything. >> jesse: you don't think? >> juan: i don't think it changes a bit. we are still dealing with the idea that russians are trying to interfere in the campaign. we are waiting to find out what mueller has. what we have is the president and his aides throwing it up and now -- >> jesse: this was a leak from people in the intelligence committee in "the new york times" and "washington post" to get out ahead of it. i will tell you why there is suspicion, juan. let me finish. >> juan: i hereby order my own justice department? now the justice department is a political tool? >> jesse: and it was not suspicious -- under the obama administration, ap reporters and fox reporters were looked into.
congress was surveilled. all of a sudden and opposing campaign is surveilled and everyone is saying oh, you know what. >> kimberly: no problem. >> juan: what was that about? much to my chagrin because i didn't like it. do you know what they were after? leaks. leaks from the white house. this is exactly what trump complains about, leaks. they crackdown on reporters in a way that i don't think is legit but that's what it was about. >> jesse: everything they left has said about this has been wrong. they said mccabe doesn't leak. comey doesn't leak. hillary didn't pay for the dossier. no spying. everything turned out to be wrong. >> greg: we are the last call at the collusion bar and grill. media and democrats are trying to find out what to do next. >> jesse: shots, everybody. the gun control debate heats up after friday school shooting in texas. the best simple salad ever?
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entertainers. >> you are not going to fix it by taking away the rights of law-abiding citizens. you've got to fix it in a way that harnesses it. if that means five metal detectors, you get five metal detectors. >> have you done enough in the senate? >> of course not but it's like every other issue. the american people -- it is a three letter word, the nra. >> you must control your guns at home and be sure they are locked up. we need to get down to one or two entrances into our schools. we need armed teachers trained. >> why don't we do moments of action, change. >> greg: every location where these opinions were offered was well protected because someone cared enough to protect those people. they cared enough to pay for it. again this is a laurel and yanny moment. some people say too many guns.
some people say we need armed personnel. pop culture glorifies violence like video games. social networks that expose status inequality. a generation drenching medications, bullying, nihilism. it's easy to see costs after a ghastly event. according to recent research, shootings involving students have been declining since the '90s. it's weird because of anything, it feels like the opposite is the case. it leaves you scratching your head. without alleviating any pain for the victims families. the only thing certain is uncertainty except when it comes to us, the media. it's been reported that the killer spirits victims hoping they would tell his side of the story. where would that story be told? here by us. as long as we do our part to tell the story with ceaseless coverage featuring the cowards face a name from of these events will continue. it is the simplest cause and effect. if someone performs an act for the sake of infamy and you
provide him that infamy, mission accomplished. it's a mission that leads ultimately to another. k.g., when you see the facts and you hear that mass shootings are in decline, i can understand why that wouldn't matter because if you replace mass shootings with terror, it wouldn't matter to me. i would go, like, you still must be vigilant. but the thing is, statistics fly the face of what we emotionally believe. >> kimberly: so true. when you get that, it's an emotional saturation that's palpable and you feel it. i remember the day on the last shooting, we were all sitting here. you feel happy with the emotion, the grief of it. it seems almost like in rapid succession. you make such a good point. people are saying these things are well protected because someone is carrying to put the money and the time into make sure they are safe. what is going on? i feel the frustration of the parents that have had children set of been injured or maimed or
killed because why is it that even one more school shooting is acceptable as a casualty or collateral damage? why can't -- it's not hard to do. i would have dogs at the school. i would have one point of entry so there's someone coming in and there is an attacker, you can bottle cap him in and secure and prevent additional loss of life throughout the school. you've got to prevent them from being able to go in deeper into the school and having more targets. if you have a metal detector, so watch. i would rather have my son go to school, okay, through a metal detector and maybe have somebody there, an armed guard, dogs there. because i know he's going to come home that night. that's how you have to put it. yes, it's not pleasant but it's reality and you have to deal with it. it is like not treating a disease. being told you have cancer and refusing to take a medication for it. >> greg: juan, there was a symbolic suggestion by obama's former secretary of education, artie duncan.
the gist of it was students would not go to school until gun laws are changed. that would keep them safe. he believes this is a brilliant and tragically necessary idea. do you think this is a powerful message but not practical in anyway? it's just not going to school? >> juan: i think he even said if it's not done on a large scale, it really doesn't work. but if it's done in the large scale, it's that with after the saw after the events in parkland where the voice in the power of young people sing i don't feel safe in my school, mom and dad, it really does help to get people to say we have to think about the fact that children, our children, our future, should be protected. i would say in response to kimberly, i think that that school in texas was given an award for being a hardened target. greg and i have been back and forth on this, but we know many sites with or have been shootings, there were armed
guards. the key for me here. >> greg: three. a >> juan: i think there is more than that. >> kimberly: did they have metal detectors and make sure there was one point of entry? >> juan: no, my point is we are looking for everything. people talking about folks with mental health issues. they talk about this guy is a bad guy, gang member, whatever or he had a grudge or he was a stalker. the fact is, there's too many guns in the country. but now in media places are government offices, we pay to protect people. why don't we say as americans, more than one gun for every person. this kid gets his dad's gun. the guy in connecticut got his mom's gone. >> greg: you were going forward to practical solutions and then you go back to too many guns. >> juan: it's impractical to talk about guns? >> greg: when you say that there's too many guns, that's a blanket statement that doesn't apply. >> dana: imagine if you didn't go to school because there's too many guns.
you will never go to school again. all the things kimberly suggested. let's say maybe there was a way to have a compromise. what's juan is suggesting there's too many guns. in the meantime, if you want your children to be safe at school, the things kimberly laid out would make sense. >> greg: there are ways to tag people who are unstable. it is actually taking guns away. >> jesse: a lot of deadly school shootings have happened in the last ten years. that's just the truth. but the amount of guns in the country hasn't quadrupled. it's been relatively steady, and there hasn't been a massive deregulation of gun laws. what has changed? greg, you are right. there is a columbine copycat situation. the rise of social media and the iphone. the over prescription of psychiatric drugs for teens. the promise program, cyberbullying. they are not trying to criminalize criminal kids. the polls say 57% of this country thinks it's a mental health issue. only 20 or so percent believe
it's a gun-control issue. most people do want stricter gun control. the two things they want: number one, stricter background checks and number two, more money spent on mental health screenings. to demonize the nra is a political solution but not a practical solution. nra members aren't masked shooters. they usually neutralize masked shooters. planned parenthood and the labor unions spend more money lobbying then does the nra. if the democrats wanted to do something about gun control, they have the house and senate for two years under obama, they didn't do it. the cities that have the strictest gun control laws come usually run by democrat mayors, have very high rates of -- >> juan: why don't republicans take a step from everybody at this table and say we agree. universal background checks. we are going to do better on background checks. we are going to not allow people to young. >> greg: that wouldn't have prevented this. >> juan: the idea, you can always say it wouldn't have prevented this one but we can do better. >> jesse: all the information
we have coming in on a student, put it together in a database. >> greg: we've got to move on. hillary clinton and other democrats get local during commencement addresses this weekend. kyle: mom! mom! kyle, we talked about this. there's no monsters. but you said they'd be watching us all the time. no, no. no, honey, we meant that progressive would be protecting us 24/7. we just bundled home and auto and saved money. that's nothing to be afraid of. -but -- -good night, kyle. [ switch clicks, door closes ] ♪ i told you i was just checking the wiring in here, kyle. he's never like this. i think something's going on at school. -[ sighs ] -he's not engaging.
>> dana: prominent democrats are using commencement addresses normally by encouraging graduating students to instead criticize and make fun of president trump. >> i brought a hat too. a russian hat. no, i'm not over it. i still think about the 2016 election. i still regret the mystics are made. >> women and young people are marching for women's health and disability rights. they are marching for education and violence prevention.
marching for dreamers and immigrants. marching to save our democracy. >> this is a wonderful crowd. jerry told me before we came here that it's even bigger, i hate to say this, that it was last year. i don't know if president trump would admit that or not. >> one of his supporters put it on television. he said the way i look at it, donald trump's chemotherapy for america. well, in medicine and in science, some experiments are terminated early for ethical reasons. >> dana: greg, i want to play hillary clinton one more time and have you tell us what she could've done better to get a better laugh.
>> i brought a hat too. a russian hat. no, i am not over it. i still think about the 2016 election. >> greg: it would have been a great joke if she didn't say anything and just put it on her head. people would have laughed. you also have to -- always have to telegraph the joke. this is like when you're on your way out as a student, it's the last time for them to uphold you with liberal garbage. before you enter the real world. none of the advice we are going to give you is actually going to help but here is a final scoop of nonsense to carry with you. anyway, hillary's agony tour is entering its second year so it's officially lasted longer than her campaign. her guinea tour is longer than her campaign. lastly, i love these addresses because they complain that the country is under attack and their activism is being suppressed. their voices are being
suppressed. but you have never seen more expression in your life. no one is stopping them. there is more activism and more emotion under trump than anything. they should be thanking him. >> dana: strange watching al gore in that speech. he wants to go after president trump. after the 270 recount, he did not go on the grievance tour, he really did help the country calm down and move on. >> jesse: it's the only way gore did help the country, by leaving. feel sorry for those auto listen to al gore give a commencement. had to be the most boring thing of all time. i had joe lieberman as my speaker. breaking news: hillary says she still thinks about the 2016 election and says she is not over it. we couldn't realize that already? nancy pelosi says we need to save our democracy.
nancy, it's a republic. jimmy carter was actually kind of funny. the way to do a commencement, and i am available, the way to do a commencement is to be short and sweet because everybody is really hung over. say a story, a few points people can take to the real world. it's better to graduate in the trump economy, i would say, then the obama economy. >> dana: juan, when you give commencement speeches, because you're the one who gets invited, do you inspire or do you try to use it to make a news point. you wouldn't do that. >> juan: i don't know what other people do but i don't do it. the reason you are there is to congratulate the graduates, their parents and grandparents. >> dana: and inspire. >> juan: a lot of people make a great deal of sacrifice to not only pay those bills but to encourage the students. i will say greg, she said if you can't beat them, join them.
>> greg: she shouldn't have said it. >> juan: the second thing about this business with hillary clinton and then you see these others, they really think this, greg. they really think -- >> dana: which is why we get this material. one thing interesting, kimberly, when hillary does these speeches and says it's been a year and half and i'm not over it, i mean, everyone -- you can't win everything. what kind of an example? >> kimberly: not a winning example. when she put the russian hat on, all i thought was the act, one. yeah. the clintons, the clinton foundation. that's going down the tubes. they are not getting any money. they are almost out of business and she is doing these type of things. it's actually hurting the democrats. doug schoen said they just want her to go away because it's
hurting their chances of retaking the house or trying to retake the oval going forward. probably the rest of the candidates who want to get on the stage for the democrats. >> dana: maybe we can do it tomorrow. there is a story about bernie sanders and his whole thing is falling apart. not him but his organization. the revolution, as they collect. new backlash after a writer's controversial joke about ms-13 gangs and republicans. up next. guy got a flat tire in the middle of the night, so he got home safe. yeah, my dad says our insurance doesn't have that. what?! you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance. like nothing you, ncy or she, has ever seen. filets of 100% real natural chicken or seafood. handcrafted, and served any way she wants. purely fancy feast filets. love is in the details.
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rousseau says he was joking and he released this statement to "the five" saying "it's interesting and more than a little silly to me that the very people who are so fond of claiming that liberals and leftists are constantly offended sensitive snowflakes are now so worked up over a tweet which was very obviously a joke that it warrants national media coverage. you can be of free speech absolutist who is against political correctness or you can be offended by my tweet, but you can't be both." dana, i don't know where to start with this. he is making the case, i guess he is firing back -- >> dana: i do think that conservatives have tended to get oversensitive about certain things. in this case, well, it was initially about political correctness. apparently he doesn't have a daughter. i didn't know that. greg informed me of that print what i was going to say is if you really think it would be better for one of your offspring to date a member of ms-13 then
member of the republican party, be careful what you wish for. it might just happen. >> kimberly: i think it's outrageous. if you read these crime scene reports you've seen what happens, photographic evidence, listen to witnesses or victims. he would never try to tweet that because it's disgusting. tell it to the parents of kids who literally were beaten to death with bats with nails or chopped up with machetes or raped and tortured or left to die. this is not funny at all. any responsible parent would never say something like that. it is akin to child abuse if you would even suggest. he doesn't have a child, well, there you go. good, because it makes a lot of sense if he's that reckless. >> juan: the president goes to long island this week and he's going to be talking about ms-13.
>> greg: that'll be exciting. but i want to talk about this. he doesn't have a daughter and i think that actually played a role in this. if he had a daughter, he would never say it. that's probably one of the reasons why. he is correct, there were a lot of people on the right calling people snowflakes. so if you get out range, who the snowflake? but he should not be shocked when you are delivering attention seeking hyperbole, do not be surprised when you get a response of people. if you honestly meant it, you should how is an ms 13th dog. since you don't have a daughter, -- virtue signaling. >> juan: i think we all agree he was joking. >> greg: yeah. but behind every joke is the truth.
>> juan: jesse, the counter argument and the one i feel is the president often speaks of immigrants as if they are all gang members, all criminals, and making his argument. >> jesse: no, he doesn't. >> juan: that's what i think. >> jesse: you are wrong. the most dangerous person would be an ms-13 member who is also a republican. very, very dangerous on multiple levels. [laughter] >> juan: i think you've got this right. >> kimberly: look at how happy juan was. >> jesse: i think he was just joking. i'm not that offended. >> dana: high tolerance level. >> greg: being jesse watters, you have to. at some point, it's going to come back to haunt him. >> juan: i wish trump was joking about rapists, murderers. when he talks about immigrants that way. >> greg: he didn't say all immigrants. you heard it wrong.
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♪ >> kimberly: it is time now for kimberly's royal news. oh, there it is. the royal wedding was as majestic and magnificent as we all dreamed it would be. the fairy tale nuptials of prince harry and meghan markle now the duke and duchess of sussex was also a huge ratings drop. a whopping 29.2 million viewers here in the united states tuned in to watch the couple tie the knot on saturday morning at windsor castle, according to nielsen. that's over 6 million more viewers than prince william and kate middleton's wedding in 2011. meanwhile, we are seeing brand-new gorgeous portraits of the newlyweds from the big day. photos taken by their official royal wedding photographer. i am just proud and happy to say that now i share some buddies,
very special to me, who loves the royals, greg, you watch the wedding in its entirety. >> greg: i made the mistake of going to bed early friday and i woke up at like 4:30 in the morning and i couldn't sleep. >> jesse: liar, liar. >> greg: i have one positive and one negative. the positive: the car. they have these big, sleek, curvaceous gas guzzlers. i think they are all bentleys our roles worries. if it would send american wedding, they would be arriving in previous or less with "question authority" bumper stickers. the only negative thing. you should never take the spotlight away from the bride. i felt like the sermon did that. i felt like the sermon, highly dramatic, took the spotlight away from the lovely bride. >> kimberly: meghan markle. okay. >> greg: that's my criticism. go to royals.com for more. >> kimberly: tweet to greg
he will love it. >> dana: i liked watching the faces of the royals. they were in such shock. i had a hard time. i don't know how to use the four remotes. my husband was still asleep. peter is british. he pointed out to me that 80 people million watched "who shot jr." it's pretty funny. he didn't even want to watch the wedding. he kept making a smoothie. extra long use of the blender so i couldn't hear anything. i think it was deliberate. i sent him outside to walk jasper. >> kimberly: in exile for not watching the royal wedding. >> jesse: i call b.s. on greg. i think there is no way he went to bed early by accident on friday night or any night. i know greg likes to stay up late. i see is instagram. it's all over the place. the early ratings are income a watters' world eked out a victory over the royal wedding on saturday. greg in third place.
nice try. 30 million. 29 million. at 26 million. better luck next wedding. i have nothing else to say. >> kimberly: you just promoted and congratulated yourself. somehow he turns it into a "watters' world" segment. juan, you loved it, didn't you? >> juan: i didn't watch a moment. but subsequent to that and keeping with the ratings you're talking about, everybody was talking about this. especially i think in the black community in this country. there was real interest in the idea that you would have a black princess, and so you get people like oprah there, serena. they played the music. the music resonated. my minister yesterday was talking, i am an episcopalian, so michael curry, the preacher is an episcopalian. talked about dr. king on what dr. king meant by love. this resonated greatly. i'm hearing about this at church and then i went to the baseball game yesterday and i heard about
it again at the baseball game. people were talking about the idea of the music, "stand by me" but reaching out to the civil rights moments in the country and especially her mom. her mom was such a presence, a dignified presence, and in addition to the house of windsor. the house of windsor, as opposed to some people especially around here who are reluctant to embrace the idea of diversity and inclusion. >> kimberly: where? >> jesse: way to politicize it it. >> greg: you have to inject politics into the royal wedding. >> juan: identity politics thwarted by somebody who demonstrated the importance of inclusion. >> kimberly: oh, my goodness. i would like to do a tease. we will be doing our 23 and the results coming up soon. perhaps kimberly has more in common with the royals and the new duchess then you think. "one more thing" is next. whoooo.
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great chapter. she said she feel tremendous pride at breaking through the glass ceiling, she stands on the shoulders of heroines who never sought public acclaim for their work with the agency. she pledges to send more officers into the field and strengthen the partnerships abroad and at home. i think she showed exceptional grit and determination. we wish her the best in protecting this country and keeping us safe. >> jesse: congratulations. >> dana: last night on showtime's "the circus." where am i looking? john heilman was watching "the daily briefing." take a look. >> early childhood education. we should talk about how we fund -- >> the house freedom caucus still doing the the presidents bidding trying to undermine the mueller probe. do you want to help me pack? >> dana: aside from the terrific product placement, i love that he watches with his
dog. >> jesse: very exciting. juan williams. >> juan: my son is getting married in a few weeks and this weekend he had his bachelor party. there he is with the guys and they are on their trip to the bourbon trail in kentucky. the guys included his big brother tony and they made their first stop at woodford reserve. here are the beautiful tanks used to distill the world famous drink. here is my son tony with barrels of bourbon. here is rafi and one of the groomsmen at the wild turkey distillery. when the guys got home, we continued the celebration. look at the cake. it's a delicious frosted confetti cake made by my daughter. i just can't believe. that was unbelievable to me. >> kimberly: so talented. >> dana: was mine better than juan's? >> jesse: close call. speaking of bourbon, time for
greg gutfeld. >> greg: you know when you are going out for a night on the town, you should dress appropriately. here i was saturday night. i saw "the misfits." ." that is glenn on the right. >> jesse: friday night? >> greg: saturday night. the legendary band the misfits. they came to play. >> dana: you fit right in. >> kimberly: you look like triplets. >> greg: it was an amazing show. jerry's mom is a massive fan of "the five." >> jesse: you must've been tired from getting up so early for the wedding. >> greg: i had to bail on the after party. >> jesse: a baboon on the loose at san antonio international airport. the baboon escaped from his cage and being is hunted -- being hunted down by animal rescue officers. they think they are going to get under control soon but we don't know where the baboon is.
we believe -- cornered somewhere. no one has been bitten or wrestled to the ground yet. we will keep you posted. set your dvrs. never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" up next. also on the loose in d.c., bret baier. >> bret: i'm actually out in california. no baboons here. president trump meets with top justice and intelligence officials over reports of a spy in his 2016 campaign. the u.s. and china agreed to make reductions in the u.s. trade deficit. a deal long on optimism and short on specific spread house republican leadership and turmoil as crucial midterm elections approach. this is "special report" ." good evening. i'm bret baier. we are coming to you tonight from the ronald reagan presidential library in simi valley, california. more on why i am here a bit later in the show.