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there's been -- an idea for an additional prosecutor. his thoughts on all of that tomorrow. if it matters to you, it matters to us. "the five" is next. ♪ >> dana: i am dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, brian kilmeade and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five" ." president trump addressing two major issues today while meeting with the president of south korea, including his summit with north korean leader kim jong un. we will get to his comments on that in a moment but first the president is commenting for the first time on camera about an fbi informant communicating with associates of his campaign. >> a lot of people are saying they had spies in my campaign. i hope there weren't, frankly. but some man got paid based on what i read in the newspapers.
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i think the department of justice wants to get down to it and i can tell you congress does. if they had spies in my campaign, during my campaign for political purposes, that would be unprecedented in the history of our country. >> dana: 's mentor chuck schumer saying these moves to learn more about the informant attempt to obstruct the investigation. >> demands for oversight are tantamount to interference. especially when the folks demanding the information are the most biased, irresponsible actors, a man like devin nunes, who i hear privately for my republican colleagues think he is off the deep end. >> dana: all right. i don't know. there's all sorts of stuff going on. here's a question, kimberly. the president has the power is the chief executive officer to
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declassify all these documents. without be a good idea? >> kimberly: i'm glad that was the first question. it's fascinating and there are a lot of people calling for it, saying let's go complete transparency, declassify the documents, end. all other so there isn't this leaking this and leaking that. bits and pieces out. show the whole framework and exactly what happened and who did what. maybe that's what the american people need at this point instead of like drip from the faucet coming down. put it all out there, and then we will know. >> dana: what do you think, brian? >> brian: a legal expert will say that's a huge mistake because there might be somebody inside russia that we are dealing with right now that are helping us today. i would say if you are doing a counterterror operation, why don't you start with the people that are actually trying to infiltrate, the russians. show some guts, go to russian estimates going on. or use your contacts to find out what they have to say. instead you're going up to these ancillary people on the trump
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campaign and nobody says they are major players. trying to find out what somebody might have whispered to them in a drunken conversation. for people to say, like chuck schumer, it's irresponsible to allow these people to find out who has infiltrated your campaign. if anyone infiltrated chuck schumer's campaign, they wouldn't say the fbi was allowed to have their sources. i don't blame president trump for being outraged, to find out what was going on are not going on with this cambridge professor. i don't blame him for finding out carter page, and caputo, what was happening with these guys. the only thing at stake is his presidency and how long he stay stays. >> dana: juan, let me ask you. the idea that if the deep state, if we are calling it back, was so determined to hurt president trump, what about the democrats feeling like they
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actually hurt clinton more because they kept the fbi investigation into the trump campaign under wraps but were more forthcoming in the press about quentin. >> juan: it contradicts the whole floor what you are seen coming from the president. the campaign that was hurt by the fbi was the clinton campaign. there was no damage done to president trump's campaign. in fact, some people are arguing that because they were conducting counterintelligence operations as opposed to a criminal investigation, they were actually trying to protect and try to act as a buffer to keep the russian influence out of all the campaign, including the trump campaign. i think what you are seeing now in response to your question, dana, an effort by the president. i think it's unprecedented to sort of weaponized investigation into the investigation into him. >> dana: isn't weaponizing, greg, if it is the justice department saying we have an
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inspector general however one seems to support, michael horowitz, because he is a fair guy. he says he will take a look at it. can we let it play out? could be months. >> greg: what is russian for mexican standoff? that's what we have right now. i see the opposite. hillary's investigation was put in the press to help her. remember what comey said, have to get this out of the way because if she wins and it comes out, we look really bad. so let's help her. trump was kept under wraps because they wanted to catch them. why is this one known. you can look at it anyway. >> dana: or because they thought he wasn't going to win. >> greg: you will go back to the laurel and yanny. which collusion story is more persuasive. the story, it's been going on for 18 months.
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on the other side, fbi, however, democrats, british buy. one informant, may be two. if you compare these two sides, you have one with a meeting about the missing ski act you have a dossier paid for by hillary. you have been informant, may be two, placed as a favor. you have the press playing it down. you have the dossier contents leaked. we start comparing these things, one is making more sense than the other. >> juan: i think you would -- i think you are going down the rabbit hole. >> greg: we have been going down for 18 months. excuse me if i find another rabbit hole. >> brian: "washington post" began to leak out information to maybe get a head to let us know there's a rabbit hole. i think alan dershowitz nailed
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it when he said i don't care of it is the '98 clinton investigation, now the 2016 clinton-trump campaign. you'll never get to the bottom of it as long as it is this type of operation. we have to go back to the 9/11 commission to get answers, publish the results because it did not effect the election. you just find out what's wrong to stop the next problem because this horse is out of the barn and no one even saw the horse. >> juan: i think the problem, first of all, this latest effort to somehow say i hereby demand, like he's not president but some authoritarian ruler. i hereby demand. what happened, greg, immediately rod rosenstein, deputy attorney general said okay, i'm going to do this. the question is he trying to appease the president or see following orders? >> greg: you are obsessing over words. i hereby -- sounds like
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king arthur's castle. >> juan: sure does. sounds like a king, not the president of the united states. you are normalizing this kind of abuse of a power while the president is under a special investigation. >> brian: what i think everyone is missing. trump hired this foreign policy council he got on the back of a cheerios box they go out and do their thing and somehow they aren't targeted by this informant. >> dana: the government told them the russians are going to try to do this. they knew. the people on the campaign commode we know they have these contacts. mickey mouse whatever drunken things. those weren't disclosed, kimberly, so then you have this question. i agree, the laurel and yanny thing. 12 house republicans are asking for a second special counsel. if you want to make this so much
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longer and lead the show every day for the next ten months, that's a good way to do it. >> greg: you are saying keep going with this other investigation we will keep saying -- >> dana: i am saying release all the documents tomorrow. >> greg: you should also say if they think this is just as important, then it's just as important. >> kimberly: we concur on that they should release the documents. i think we will then get another special counsel. let's have the ig report, have the documents released, certainly within the power and authority of the president of the president of the united states to do so. it's not like he's trying to hide something. he is thing let's put it all out there and as it relates to any people we have operating the theater they could recover most, you can redact their names. it's not like you just turn it over. there are protections in place. >> greg: what about north korea? >> dana: go for it. knock yourself out. listen to the president on north korea. >> there are certain conditions that we want, and i think we
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will get those conditions, and if we don't come we don't have the meeting. north korea has a chance to be a great country and it can't be a great country under these circumstances that they are living right now. for a short period of time, we have been dealing with north korea and it's been a good experience. >> dana: the president basically saying we are tapping the brakes on this, we are not just gonna come over for show. >> greg: negotiation tactics. if time is not in his favor, the deadline moves. he introduces and reintroduces key things we've heard before, which is like you never know how it's going to go. you never know until the last minute. you never know when someone's gonna walk out. the one thing that's important is the tone. it's not the end of the world if it doesn't happen now because it's going to happen. there is a key thing. dangling the carrot while holding the stick while remaining optimistic and
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promising while also unloading flattery on everybody. this is his unique tool set. >> brian: it's clear it was china that turn things i believe, the week before. next thing you know kim jong un shows up the speech in china. staring at the ocean in the next thing you know he's got a new phone and upset about the military exercises. clearly something happened. i was surprised it didn't happen earlier. they were on a one-way tractor coming toward some type of legitimate summit. >> dana: they could still happen. maybe june 12 is too soon. >> kimberly: probably a little aggressive, so the president is doing what he should do which is letting the american people know don't have your hopes up that perhaps is not going to happen june 12. doesn't mean it's not going to happen because that's coming up pretty quickly. the point is, incentive to rush to a summit but to get to it to the rail and make sure some of the terms and ideas are specified and there is some
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accord. >> juan: i wonder. i don't know what's going to happen with the nobel prize. >> greg: i saw that coming. >> juan: kimberly, if he wasn't acting on the basis of the impulse and i'm going to prove that i'm the only president who can do it, george w. bush, bill clinton, barack obama. they couldn't do it but i'm going to do it. maybe they would think maybe we should set the terms before we agree to a meeting. >> kimberly: you are so eager to criticize his efforts to try to get to a peaceful solution. my point is there are bumps along the way. china is playing a big part in it so it's a very complex situation. >> juan: that's why you saw the president say giving this guy a meeting is a reward for him. he wants the international stature. we don't give that unless you are very clear you're going to do away with your nuclear weapons. clearly that has become the point of contention. >> kimberly: that approach in the past has not garnered
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favorable results, has it? >> brian: he's never been in a rally without saying maybe it will happen. maybe it won't. >> greg: never lied about this. >> brian: last week he didn't tweet out anything derogatory, inflammatory. >> kimberly: this is behind the scenes. this is china. >> dana: north korea has some nerve. they asked one of their new demands, the south koreans have to return 13 defectors that worked in her restaurant in china back to north korea. please. i hope that doesn't happen. next, democratic hysteria over president trump's animals remark intensifies. (vo) i was born during
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♪ 's >> kimberly: it's been almost a week since some media took president trump's animals comment on the murderous ms-13 out of context. some democrats can't get over it. among those railing against the president is the oakland, california, mayor who you recall
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tipped off illegals to help them escape i.c.e. raids. >> i believe that this president's. it is fearmongering and it is trying to distract the american people from the job that elected officials are supposed to do. that is to improve the lives of the people that we represent. instead of casting blame and dispersion against a very vulnerable population. >> kimberly: as liberals criticize trump for his language, a harvard law professor was forced to apologize for this comment he made about the president. >> you can't be the boy who cried wolf and expect to have a viable impeachment power. you can't use it over and over again against the same presiden president. if you are going to shoot him, you've got to shoot to kill. >> kimberly: greg, and a lot of incendiary, inflammatory comments in particular the comment about the president being racist. totally out of line.
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>> greg: these are examples of metaphors and if you're not going to take the -- if you're going to take the word animal literally then you have to take "shoot to kill" literally. i don't take either literally. unfortunate choice of words. i am very pro-metaphor. right now, and ms-13 member just got a 40 year prison sentence for conspiracy which included the murder of a 15-year-old boy. you know what his name was? i will give you ten bucks. what was his nickname? animal. i think trump is right. his nickname was animal. he killed a kid. the thing is i think any time the democrats are standing up for a murderous drug gang, it's a bad day for democrats. >> juan: do you think this is somebody standing up for ms-13? that proves how off you are on this because what we are talking about is the president who is referring to people's animals. >> greg: gang members, juan.
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>> juan: no, he's managed -- >> kimberly: they are so friendly and innocent. look at the pictures. >> juan: immigrants, especially illegal immigrants. >> greg: so you are saying all immigrants are gang members? >> juan: let me finish. >> greg: you are digging your own hole. >> juan: most and events are hardworking people come to the country of great dreams, willing to make tremendous sacrifices. >> greg: i agree. >> kimberly: no one disagrees with that. >> juan: president trump, at the campaign level and now as president, has continually made the case that you know, these illegal americans, they come in here. rapists, thieves, animals. no wonder people are upset. >> brian: there are times the president makes mistakes. this was not one of them. he clearly was talking about the gang members. he was not talking about anyone crossing the border. these guys cut out body organs a few when they are still alive.
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there's about 10,000 in the united states. instead of shooting you, they use a machete. >> juan: is that typical of most immigrants? >> greg: that is the point. he was calling them animals. >> brian: there are times the president does not say what he means. this was not one of those times. >> juan: the thing is having long engaged in demonizing if not dehumanizing immigrants, when he said this, it struck people as it is a wink and a nod to his base. let's hate on immigrants. >> greg: no, no, no, no. because he was right there, he must've been wrong another time, that's how they justify -- >> dana: i think people need to pick their battles. be more strategic and smart about picking your battles. i think the democrats could have gone a step further, like outflank the president and be
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tougher on ms-13 that he is. try that maneuver next time because this didn't work. >> juan: interesting column today in "the wall street journal" about immigration, and what he said was we have declining birthrate birthrates. we have needs and so many industries for workers right now but we are not having a discussion about how immigrants in fact could add to our economic activity, the vibrancy. >> dana: that is a great discussion. >> juan: when someone is calling immigrants animals. >> greg: you misidentify that is calling immigrants animals. he was calling gang members animals. >> juan: don't call people animals. >> greg: what about hitler? >> juan: how about the worst criminal in the united states? is he an animal. no, he's a human being. >> greg: you evaded the question. >> juan: you are trying to play games. >> kimberly: we are not playing games. i am the product of immigrants.
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the president and americans, we appreciate the value and work of immigrants and families that come over here to be part of a productive, law-abiding society. >> brian: dana, stop me if i'm wrong, two-thirds of the immigration debate, we can actually agree on. it is the one-third we can't get past. >> greg: i want you deported, kilmeade. >> dana: if everyone can agree on ms-13 being the bad actors. we are not agreeing on that. that's what this whole thing has turned into because people chose to go after the president on one particular thing. you are never going to get -- >> juan: i don't think you are going to find defenders of ms-13. >> greg: they are called democrats. >> juan: do you really want to call human beings and animals? >> kimberly: if the shoe fits. by the way, that's the nicest thing i've heard gang members
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and ms-13 called. they are called savages and everything else. one self identifies, named animal. let's not get caught up in this vanilla biscuit semantic gymnastics. you know what he meant. he wasn't talking about hardworking immigrants. >> dana: the other thing is a good argument to have. >> kimberly: democrats are mimicking president trump's winning campaign strategy. are they a party out of ideas? next. wish we got money back on gym memberships. get money back hilarious. with claim-free rewards. switching to allstate is worth it. booking a flight doesn't have to be expensive. just go to priceline. it's the best place to book a flight a few days before my trip and still save up to 40%. just tap and go... for the best savings on flights, go to priceline.
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>> we are going to drain the swamp. we need to drain the swamp command we are going to do it and we are doing it. drain the swamp. >> greg: >> brian: it worked for president trump in 2016. now it appears democratic leaders are trying to hijack one
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of his signature phrases. speak of the american people are confronted with one of the most compromise, corrupt in history. instead of delivering on its promise to drain the swamp, president trump has become the swamp. >> the swamp has never been more foul or more fetid than under this president. >> brian: as a tribute to senator schumer, i am going to move my time. >> kimberly: and looked down at your paper so we only see the top of your head. >> brian: keith ellison debuts a new ad over the weekend. ♪ >> i just call my best friend, vladimir putin. my buddy, vladimir putin. you can stop asking about
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covfefe. it's just russian for porn. stormy daniels, i miss you, stormy daniels. >> brian: democrats may want to rethink these tactics or they may want to embrace them. polls show the generic ballot for them but -- that was in double digits is now single digits. joining us now is dana. appear. dana, what do you think? >> dana: the laurel and yanny thing might get old but it's instructive to understand how people can see things so differently. when keith ellison does that performance in front of that crowd, they love it. they love it. when president trump is at his rallies from his people love it. if you look at it from the other side, i can't stand it, i do
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think that the democrats are a little bit in trouble. just today, four of the house seats removed from the democratic position to either solid republican or lean republican or a toss-up, where it had been in the democratic camp. if we are talking razor-thin margins for who's going to controlled majorities in the fall, i think the republicans are definitely on the right track. >> brian: so far away. now things have changed a bit. they are pointing to scott pruitt as a problem. ben carson has really nice furniture. tom price made some bad travel decisions, lost his job. i don't know if that's a swamp. >> juan: how about mick mulvaney think he will meet with people who are donors. how about michael cohen doing business with companies in order to pay for play. how about less taxes, less
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regulations for the big corporations for the rich, not for the working people. how about payments to a porn star and then lying about it? swamp like behavior. >> brian: do you like the phrase? >> juan: drain the swamp. >> brian: to view think in of labeling and in terms of branding, don't you think that ship has sailed? >> juan: don't you think this is like jiu-jitsu where you use your opponent's energy against him? >> greg: blue wave. they have no originality. i came up with some top democratic ideas. gang members are people too. hamas are just victims of zionism. coffee shops make great homeless shelters. you can spy on campaigns. we liked it better when north korea wanted us dead. every time there is progress,
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the democrats lose. the more there is progress, the more they lose. i have to defend keith ellison. i think he has a good voice. that was a talent show. i see some republicans a talent shows. pretty bad. ridicule does feel good. it's not a plaintiff. the democrats prefer to be the hecklers in the stands rather than being on the field. they are like the drunk guy screaming at the third base coach. >> brian: that was very good. they had a slogan "better deal." russia and impeachment. >> kimberly: the democrats are guilty of plagiarism. they are trying to steal from president trump and they have no new ideas and they are repeating it, seeing if it will work for themselves. it's a party in disarray. they are completely disconnected from the voters once again. didn't work with hillary clinton. that way a looked more like
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hillary clinton. i was confused. he can sing and dance, whatever. that's perfect because he might be needing to do that going forward because i don't know if it's going to work out with the lack of ideas. >> brian: it is still may but happy with the economy. these are positives. if we were doing the show in january, looked as though it was double digits. >> juan: check out retirement and fund-raising. republicans. >> kimberly: republicans have a ton of money. >> brian: controversy is brewing over starbucks, the "no purchase necessary" story. out hs that money would last them. how long do you think we'll keep -- oooooohhh! you stopped!
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>> greg: starbuck announcing a new policy that lets people hang out and use the bathroom without having to buy anything. the p.r. response to that big screwup when two black men were arrested in philly. starbucks realized they just sent an open invite to the nations homeless. now they say sleeping, drug or alcohol use will not be tolerated. how will this work? the consequences won't be borne by the execs. the ceo won't be on the frontline. he will be to busy monitoring the company's twitter feed. instead baristas will be forced to ask other patrons of someone's behavior bothers them. the whole thing is going to end up looking like a rerun from cops. puts pressure on employees and the police will be blamed by both the unruly patrons and social justice warriors now present at these overpriced
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coffee temples. 8,000 plus locations will shut next tuesday for unconscious bias train. i call it -- unconscious bias training. if it's unconscious, how can you do know you're biased? you can't know you are a bigot. only in today's america could a coffeeshop decide it is the moral conscience of the nation. starbucks, keep the new $7 virtue signal strength. we drink coffee to be away, not woke. >> kimberly: that should be in your next book. >> greg: juan, this puts the responsibility on the breeze does we just want to sell coffee and they are going to end up being mental health professionals. in new york there are people who are unstable who come into these places and they can be pretty
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ugly. >> juan: you are cranky today so i am going to forgive a lot. >> kimberly: he has got a sore throat. >> juan: welcome we love you but you are cranky today. this is a rare moment when i agree with you because i'm a regular starbucks customer. i go in and i get upset if i can't use the bathroom because it's occupied or someone is in there for hours but i also get upset when i can't find a place to sit or stand because it's not homeless people. it is oftentimes young people. they've got their computer. i will say -- i get upset. but then i feel like i am a privileged little's not because my wife said to me and other people have said to me that starbucks intentionally created a culture where they are a coffee shop. they are the so-called third place where you can meet friends, have debates, and then
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you say well that guy looks kind of threatening or that guy looks like he is poor caffeine here. that's a contradiction. and then you do get involved in, are those two guys asking to use the bathroom just bums or are they businessmen? >> kimberly: two words. dunkin' donuts. let me tell you, if they are going to act like this with the nonsense, no one is trying to discriminate. are you buying something in there? do you have something you would like to purchase to stimulate the economy or you do you just want to come in and clogged the toilet? i've had it. >> greg: brian, imagine doing this at any restaurant. just going to hang out. you can't. you go to a greek diner in midtown, they will throw you ou out. >> brian: this is the best block and a long time, juan. i will say i know fundamentally i cannot use somebody's bathroom or get changed to pay a toll on
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the side buy from that store. i know that's it. >> dana: your parents taught you that. if >> kimberly: isn't it courteous? if you go into use the 7-eleven bathroom, buy a snickers. >> brian: starbucks and dunkin' donuts have something in common. their bathrooms are way too big. you can land a helicopter. >> kimberly: there is going to be a lawsuit. someone is going to be injured or stabbed and then that's it. >> greg: brian, there is somebody over here. this ain't no "fox & friends" ." dana, this is a failure of society to figure out what to do with the homeless. >> dana: this falls into my p.r. law that every overreaction will cause an equal or greater overreaction. this was going to -- i am for
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better and more public restrooms. it doesn't have to be at somebody's private business but if this private business decides it wants to do this, knock yourselves out but i would rather go to dunkin'. >> greg: maybe they will send us some stuff. >> brian: before the show is over. a >> kimberly: i would like to make a suggestion for some febreze in the bathroom. >> greg: should bosses crackdown on employees obsessive cell phone use?
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♪ >> juan: new studies are revealing shocking information about how addicted we are to our cell phones. the average person chassis tour phone over 2600 times a day. because of this, one ceo is banning them in meetings and others are trying to limit their employees' phone use. we sit here at this desk. there are four cell phones on the desk. what do you think, kimberly?
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>> kimberly: it makes sense. you can't reach out, you can't touch them. resist the temptation. i like to get things done, organize, make lists, updating things. i'm always trying to get something done. i don't like downtime too much. if you are in a meeting, maybe it's a good line in a meeting. >> juan: brian, according to the studies, you have a lower level of cognitive performance if your mobile phone is on the desk. >> brian: this is the biggest issue in america today because everyone has a phone. no matter how rich or poor you are, everyone's got a phone and it's distracting. you guys are okay but the people here are more important. i think this bosses doing a great thing in all of her, making us put this away. i will get in trouble if i put it away.
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>> kimberly: all the time. on "fox & friends." >> brian: can i just be a commentator? but it is a problem. i wonder how many times i would use it if we weren't in the news. >> juan: dana, i learned a new word today. nomo-phobia. no mobile phone. you want your phone. you want to know what's going on. >> dana: if you are a recent graduate and you've got a new job in the great neocon become if you want to get promoted, start today on the first job, do not take your cell phone to any meetings. do not take it out and you will be noticed and it will be recognized. >> kimberly: this is a very good tip. >> juan: greg, do you disagree? >> greg: no. try this anytime you want. try to pay attention to more than one thing. it's impossible. it's why we get obsessed over things. if somebody introduces a thought into your head, you will think
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about it and not be able to think about anything else. you can say you are listening to your spouse while you're watching a game but you are twitching. it's imperceptible. you are missing out on important things. this is actually pretty deadly. if you look at driving and texting, it's probably one of the most dangerous combinations are going to find. i don't know the numbers. a >> kimberly: what about you? >> greg: i do it during break so i don't have to talk to you. [laughter] >> kimberly: can we stay on commercial break? >> juan: we have manafort to make you laugh --
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or it isn't. the mercedes-benz certified pre-owned sales event. now through may 31st. only at your authorized mercedes-benz dealer. ♪ >> dana: time now for "one more thing." we are going to skip brian until the last one. you get to go first. >> juan: thank you. life is full of surprises and yesterday i got a happy one. it was a very proud moment when i learned that my biography of former supreme court justice thurgood marshall was named one of the 40 best biographies of all time bible . 1998, the book came out. i had a real privilege.
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i got to interview marshall in 1989 at the end of his career, and of his life. it was a rich time and he was willing to talk. it's been a great gift for me. the book is continuing to sell and was reissued. on a personal basis, let me say thank you and it's a thrill to be among america's greatest biographers. >> greg: i am glad i could help you with that book. >> dana: really impressive. congratulations. i've got one. too bad just isn't here. mary sedgwick, she has been legally blind since 2003 and she recently got the chance to see her guide dog for the first time thanks to a pair of high tech glasses. she shared the video of her very emotional moment. watch this. >> oh!
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>> dana: those of us who are animal lovers will love that. she put it online. there are no words to describe how i felt when i saw the face of my beloved family and friends and the beautiful soulful eyes of lucy for the first time. she was a medical student and dreamed of being a doctor. in her fourth year at school, her blindness began. she says with these new glasses she hopes to return to work in the medical field and we wish her a lot of luck. >> kimberly: very moving, very happy for her. i have a very cute "one more thing." it's about firefighters. seven of oklahoma's bravest battle blazes and change diapers and make bottles. seven out of the 20 in the fire department in oklahoma they came new dads. they decided to commemorate the special with group photos from one of the firefighters' wives.
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they waited for the last child to be born. oldest is 15 months, youngest is four weeks. obviously probably pretty difficult to get those babies to be looking in the same direction at the same time. congratulations to them. god bless their families. >> dana: great story. >> greg: now for actual news. greg's cable news. all right, as you know, cnn has been in a lot of ratings trouble. god knows what's going to happen to them. they have decided to bring back cross fire for the third time. here is a clip. i've got a preview. [laughter] >> brian: which one is tucker? >> [screeching]
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>> greg: huge ratings. >> kimberly: oh, my goodness. >> brian: let's talk greatness. let's talk soccer. first off, cristiano rinaldo, he's the best player may be in the world today. everyone laughed when they looked -- what are you doing? i thought it was the lowest they can go. now comes brandi chastain. one of the finest women soccer players ever. on the national team. she is so great, they put her in the bay area sports hall of fame. but look at the picture. sometimes it's better not to be great if that's how you are going to be depicted for all time. people say that might be babe ruth on a bad day. brandi chastain is a beautiful
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woman. she demands better. >> dana: they should redo that. >> brian: it is so great not to be great because no one will ever do that for me. >> dana: set your dvrs. never miss an episode of "the five." "special report" is up next. >> bret: we need busts of "the five." president trump says a summit meeting with north korea's leader may not actually happen next month and might not happen at all. house republicans call for a second special prosecutor to investigate the investigators, a proposal for free health care for illegal immigrants, that has critics in one state warning of disaster. this is "special report" ." good evening. i'm bret baier. we are coming to you tonight from the richard nixon presidential library in yorba linda california. part of a two week

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