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communities where that sort of stuff once never happened. fair and balanced. we thought we would get that across. maybe others will try the same. "the five" is now. >> kimberly: i'm kimberly guilfoyle with richard fowler, pete hegseth pete hegseth, dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five" ." president trump delivering on another one of his campaign promises, calling for tougher immigration laws. the president hosted a roundtable with police, congressmen and local leaders on long island, new york, an area hit hard by the murderous ms-13 gang. >> we are here today to discuss the menace of ms-13. it's a menace. they exploited the loopholes in our laws to enter the country as
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unaccompanied alien minors. they looked so innocent. they are not innocent. crippling loopholes in our laws have enabled ms-13 gang members and other criminals to infiltrate our communities. and democrats in congress refused to close these loophole loopholes. including the disgraceful practice known as catch and release. 35 the president calling out democrats who he says came to the defense of ms-13 gang members after he called them animals. >> i noticed recently where democrats nancy pelosi as an example are trying to defend ms-13 gang members. i call them animals. and i was met with rebuke. they said they are people. they are not people. these are animals. and we have to be very, very
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tough. >> kimberly: meanwhile, a local police commissioner sounding the alarm on just how dangerous these gangs are communities. >> we need help. when we have 40% of our homicides on ms-13 related and out of the six they committed, four of them were butchers with machetes and buried in shallow graves. the families can't identify and can find them. we need that support for the president. he is supporting our enforcement efforts. we can also use some funding. >> kimberly: the president tackling this issue head-on, greg, and doubling down. he faced criticism. he said he faced rebuke for calling and identifying specifically gang members from ms-13, calling them animals. he repeated that today. has some evidence to back it up from the local authorities. >> greg: politically, this is a big win for him.
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in this issue, trump's danceable register. for him, ms-13 stands for "must stop." for democrats it stands for misunderstood. the more he shows the contrast, the better it is because the media and the democrats, continually with trump they get bogged down in language, and they always lose. they are so worried about the words, and it reveals lopsided priorities. you have a president worried about jobs, terror, north korea, gangs. meanwhile, you have another side that's concerned that he calls gang members animals. imagine your house being on fire and your neighbors are complaining that the fire engines are too loud. that's what this is. democrats worrying about what to call gang members are neighbors thing hey, could your fire engines keep it down while the house burns? >> kimberly: can you imagine? three alarms here for ms-13. something needs to be done.
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i saw you reacting to the statistics in terms of number of homicides and the heinous nature of the crimes they commit. >> dana: i talked to a former prosecutor today who did a lot of these cases, especially in maryland, who said he thinks of ms-13 as the mafia of our generation. one of the ways they have gone after them is like they used to do with the mob, which is rico. i asked, what laws, the president said today we need congress to do something, what do you think congress could do the good help law enforcement? he said he does believe the lax borders of the huge problem because of the ability to regenerate and they are recruiting at younger and younger ages. this brutality, he said it's almost isis-like the killing, and it is ratcheting up and getting worse. he also said ms-13 was in about ten states in 2005. by the late 2000s in all 50
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states. the thing, i think it's important to bring attention to it. connell mcshane when he was doing reporting for us today, there's a local democratic congress meant who is not invited to today's meeting. i think that was a mistake. he said he would have gone if he had been invited. why not try to co-opt some of them, democrats, so that you can make it a bipartisan issue. these people want to make fun of the president first thing animals, they have to deal with their own politics on that side. if you really want to solve the problem, you need democrats. >> kimberly: good event of. it could be even better. >> pete: 2,000 members of ms-13 on long island alone. the backdrop, the president that secure our borders, protect our communities. someone said you can't protect the community until you secure the border. the president has that wide view. they do regenerate. the contrast between the folks
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yelling about the animals comment is that the president wants the rule of law versus lawlessness. he wants borders versus open borders. he believes merit-based immigration is better than the russian roulette of who is coming, why are they coming. this president identifies opportunities to expose the left and the insanity they pursue. catch and release, sanctuary cities. ms-13 is that example, and everyone knows it. it's a real problem for real people in their lives. i think he has hit the nail on the head. >> kimberly: unfortunate position, the left, richard, though they are defending kind of these lawless criminals. now the proliferation has spread to all 50 states. when you liken them to isis, seems perfectly appropriate because they are domestic terrorists in terms of crime, racketeering, murders they carry out. >> richard: here is my take on
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this. when president trump made the animals comment, he complained he was taken out of context, and he was. what you're doing with nancy pelosi now is taking her out of context. her argument with a larger narrative about what the president's rhetoric on immigration overall and how this animal comment bleeds into that larger narrative. it was nothing to do with ms-13. if you ask any democrat on capitol hill, they would say yes, ms-13 is heinous. they are awful and that's why we need to make sure gangs like that in this country don't spread. you have to separate ms-13 from those individuals who, from the dreamers, you have to separate -- let me finish. i think about the mother who left guatemala or nicaragua or el salvador, the three most dangerous countries on earth. walked 3,000 math with all their belongings and their children to seek freedom and the american dream. they are nowhere near what ms-13 is. >> greg: it is what they are
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referring to. >> richard: you cannot conflate. >> pete: she purposely conflated. when trump said ms-13 ms 13 thy are animals, -- they want to make people think he is racist. >> richard: you just twisted a whole bunch of things to create alternative facts. >> kimberly: no, you didn't. >> richard: what nancy pelosi was trying to say was the predator rhetoric overall. the rhetoric leads to the problem. >> greg: the argument you are using is that it really doesn't matter what trump said now. it's what he said then. land also one could argue what he meant back then was exactly what he meant now but he did it in a sloppy way. the fact is this argument cannot work. i didn't rob a bank but may be
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in the past i might have, so he's probably guilty. if he's not guilty now, he was probably guilty then. it's an illogical argument. you can't say, and i use this analogy before. when you find a hate crime and it turns out to be false, the left says well, it's false here but it could be true somewhere else. it's actually a deflection. admitting trump was right. >> kimberly: you hear about public safety and you care about people being able to go to work and take their kids to school, why would you take the side of people coming in committing heinous crimes, murders. >> greg: why are you in ms-13? >> richard: i am not. [laughter] >> greg: why are you denying this? >> richard: we can all agree that he is taking nancy pelosi
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out of context. >> greg: no. she took him out of context, and he responded. >> richard: by taking her out of context. >> dana: i think the left has played this incorrectly from a strategic standpoint. this is a community you would think would actually like it if the democrats that we understand you are not like them but we are going to protect you by going after them. the strategy on this doesn't make any sense. >> pete: just admit one time the president might be right. >> richard: when the president's right, i will give him credit. but he is conflating regular immigrants -- >> kimberly: we are going to agree to disagree on that. watch this heated exchange between the head of i.c.e. and a democratic california congresswoman. >> would love to paint
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immigrants as criminals. that's not the complete facts. it makes me sick to my stomach to keep hearing over and over again, painting the broad stroke in the picture as though these are folks who are coming here to do harm. >> no one on this panel is anti-immigrant. we are law enforcement officers enforcing the law that you enacted. to say we are anti-immigrant is wrong. >> kimberly: people taking offense. they are not saying they are anti-immigrant. they are for upholding the lost are on the books. how is it anti-immigrant? how is it racist to enforce the law and ensure public safety? >> greg: it is conflation. we have been in a situation we will talk about islamic terrorism and people accuse of islamaphobia. i'm not talking about islam. i am talking about terrorists who happen to be islamic. islamic terrorists. i didn't say islam. people go, you are islamaphobic. it's the same argument. how dare you come out against
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gangs flapping to be a specific minority. you don't like that minority. no, you actually guilty of doing that. if you hear ms-13 and here innocent immigrant, that's on you, not anybody else. >> kimberly: one of the definitions in the dictionary in animal is an inhuman person, british or beastlike person. >> greg: my nickname in the gym. a lot of athletes, wrestlers. >> dana: in the hearing with the congresswoman, there was no other congressional members are there to him. >> pete: i testified in front of congressional committees where there is nobody there. >> richard: when it comes to immigration passing reform, because our laws were made in 1984, congress is missing in action.
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>> kimberly: they are m.i.a. but not ms-13. the nfl announces new rules for national anthem protest. do they go far enough? that fascinating debate next. it's just a burst pipe, i could fix it. (laugh) no. with claim rateguard your rates won't go up just beacuase of a claim. i totally could've... (wife) nope! switching to allstate is worth it. same thing with any dent or dings on this truck. they all got a story about what happened to 'em. i could feel the barb wire was just digging into the paint.
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>> do you know what's hurting the game? when people like yourself turn on television you see those people taking the knee when they were playing our great national anthem. >> dana: that was president trump criticizing nfl players who kneel during the national anthem. the nfl adopting new rules today to deal with this controversial issue. teams cannot be fined if players decide to take a knee and don't show respect for the flag. the league is also removing the requirement that players be on the field during the national anthem. the nfl players union is saying it was not consulted about the change and could challenge it if necessary. this is a story we covered all year, now the nfl is gearing up for next year. trying to get ahead of this. how do you think they came down? >> pete: not perfect but good. it's a good availment. the president was effective. the nfl is feeling the heat.
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the fans will ultimately decide because the locker room will become the new kneeling. if you are on the field, you must stand. but you don't have to be on the field. the policy says "shall stand and show respect for the flag any of them. respect for flag and the anthem. the president talks about all the time. stand for the anthem. nfl responded. ratings took a hit, their attendance took a hit. >> dana: the fans didn't like it. >> pete: and they responded and we will see. what will matter is how the players react. the teams are fined. if a bunch of players get together and say we are kneeling on the team gets fined, it's on coaches and owners. feels like a half measure but it is a hat tip to the president's as patriotism matters. >> dana: you don't have to be on the field, so if you don't want to stand for the national anthem, you can hang out in the locker room.
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>> greg: always a fun time. [laughter] political expression is no different to me than the celebration excess that you see. you should be penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct. celebration excess is unsportsmanlike, introducing politics into a game is unsportsmanlike. had to be a year and a half ago and i said imagine if our viewers turned on "the five" and instead of doing political conversation we were throwing the ball around for an hour. help that with av? it's no different than turning on the nfl and having somebody introduced politics into something that is supposed to be enjoyable. finally, if you really believe politically in something, there has to be a risk. my suggestion is that you do it within the game. you actually kneel in the field. that incurs a cost against your team. take a knee, get the ball and taken the and see what happens.
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then that shows real guts. >> dana: k.g., what do you think? >> kimberly: i think this was a win for the president because he took the forefront on the issue and stepped out on it. got a lot of criticism but he didn't back down because he thought you should stand. you should stand for the men and women that serve in the country for the flag, the pleasure and privilege we all get to be able to do our jobs, for them to be able to get on the field. for people to root for them a root against them. show some respect for the military that serves because this became incredibly distracting, upsetting because people were all different kinds of causes. they were changing the issues. you want to be socially active and you're upset about police, go out, talk to them, work in the community. that's what you can do. a better more productive way. >> dana: richard, super johnson says that if the money on the jets takes a knee, that's
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fine. it's borne by the organization, not the players. i don't want to put restrictions on the speech of our players. do i prefer they stand, of course but i understand if they felt the need to protest. what do you think of his comments? c7 i agree. i have big problems with roger goodell. i think he's got to go. but i think there's a couple other problems with this particular role. there were no players in this meeting when this was decided. the players association was left out. a bunch of owners got the room and made her decision. >> dana: you don't think that's fair? >> richard: it's unfair. it's not football without the players. you not consulting -- >> dana: of corporate makes a decision and we are the employees, we have to follow it. we are not in on every meeting. >> richard: the nflpa, they have a contract with the nfl and when you levy a fine, the contract has to be negotiated by
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the requisition of the players. anytime there is a new fine, though players have to be party to the conversation. >> greg: and fox, we are not in meetings. and they talk about us all the time, richard. >> kimberly: especially you, greg. >> richard: this rule is vague. the idea of respect for the flag. are they going to close every concession stand? force every fan to take their hat off? >> pete: they should. >> richard: it's a vague rule. it's written vaguely and it's written to punish players for using their first amendment rights. let's be very clear. the flag is nothing without our constitution and the first amendment, freedom of speech. >> greg: it is about the flag. i thought it was about police brutality. >> dana: kimberly and i can't come here and wear t-shirts with a bad word written on them. it's against company policy but
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it's my first amendment right to walk around in the street with it. >> richard: apples and oranges. taking a knee before this controversy was a sign of reference. jesus took a knee in the garden of gethsemane. taking a knee. it's always been a sign of reverence. they are not putting a fist up. they are taking in knee when the pledge is happening. [all speaking] >> kimberly: that is not how you kneel in church. >> greg: kneel in front of the police station. >> richard: when the coaches talks, they take a knee so they can be respectful and listen. >> dana: we have to end it there. near reaction from the president on the russia investigation, reports of an fbi informant in his campaign. next. what makes this simple salad
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♪ >> pete: president trump unveiling a new nickname for the russia investigation. he is calling it spygate. the president is taking aim at james comey and james clapper, they are saying the fbi did nothing wrong. >> we now call it spygate. you are calling it spygate. a lot of bad things happened. they look at the documents, i think people are going to see a lot of bad things happen. i hope it's not so. if you look at clapper, he sort of admitted they had spies in the campaign. yesterday inadvertently. but i hope it's not true but it looks like it is. i think james comey has got a lot of problems. if you look at what he did, if you look at all the lies, the
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tremendous law has, if you look at all it's going on, i think james comey has got a lot of problems. >> pete: president comments ahead of the meeting tomorrow with devin nunes, trey gowdy and top doj, fbi and intelligence officials. richard, i will come to you first. james clapper, these words came out of his mouth. "they were spying." that was sent as part of the quote he said. james comey says no, no, no, it's not spying. the technical term is confidential human sources. so because he knows the technical term and trumpet uses spine, sometimes he's more sophisticated and james clapper admitted he they spied but it s good for him. at one point -- >> richard: what you want from the fbi and department of justice is the accountability and transparency. that's the same thing that black
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lives matter and these groups have been asking for from police department's all across the country. it's the same thing. law enforcement being accountable. >> pete: we are not talking about black lives matter. >> richard: the president is asking for the same thing that activists solve across the country been asking for. >> greg: so the fbi should be wearing body cams? >> richard: there's no facts here. that's number one. number two, all the informants, this all happened after the fbi investigation was triggered and according to the new naz memo, that investigation was triggered by george papadopoulos in londo london. after that, after the australian said you have a trump associate who has all this information,
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the fbi started to investigate it. what are the russians doing? how are they engaging in the election? >> kimberly: it is so disingenuous. because they got caught with the hand in the cookie jar. wasn't me. just trying to do this to help you out because we didn't want you to eat all those cookies. it makes no sense. the bottom line is they knew they were doing, and they were engaged in an active, ongoing politically motivated spying operation against a political candidate. there is no other way to slice it. the inspector general over the next few months is going to be releasing a series of ig reports that will be incredibly devastating and damning to the cia, doj, fbi. that's where your transparency is going to come through. "new york times" and some of the other mainstream media enablers trying to get ahead of the story to preempt because they know the thunder is coming. >> pete: dana, the president
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tweeted earlier today, courting judge andrew napolitano, it's clear they had eyes and ears all over the trump campaign. they were clearly focused on getting to know what trump was doing. >> dana: i'm totally willing to believe all that happened but i go back, when the president that i hope it's not true but it looks like it is. maybe they will get some more information tomorrow at this briefing. it was only four republicans, and i do think nancy pelosi and chuck schumer were right to say there is the gang of eight which is the ability, remember that was where the enhanced interrogation techniques were briefed. it never leaked. nobody ever complained about it. i asked trey gowdy today on the 2:00 show if he would be willing to have them come. he said he wasn't in charge of the invite list. if they could come and not leak, it would be great. steve arce james comey was asked about this and he said how will republicans explain this to
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their grandchildren. i figured easy. you can say you know president barron trump, his dad was unfairly persecuted. just a simple comparison. how can the media go crazy over a meeting with a woman over the magnitsky act with donald trump jr. and this other activity as a nothing caviar. fusion gps, spies, dossier. all of that is nothing but that simple comparison, comparing that to a meeting with the woman who tried to get in there to talk about the magnitsky act, it reveals the bias. if you are embracing one side of the story while dismissing the other side, i think we can all agree at this point to bury the hatchet on the -- on the russid
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focus how it can happen in the future. we don't want anybody interfering with our election. >> strengthen the elections. maybe we can work together. >> greg: but they will never stop talking about it. >> richard: devin nunes is the biggest leaker i know. >> dana: bring chick-fil-a to the meeting. >> pete: parents sue to kick out there unemployed 30-year-old son. he lives in their basement. greg is going to react next. motorcycle insurer. yeah, she does purr! best bike i ever owned! no, you're never alone, because our claims reps are available 24/7. we even cover accessories and custom parts. we did get an early start! took the kids to soccer practice.
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>> greg: new york state judge ordered a 30-year-old man to clear out of his parents house. michael rotondo didn't pay rent
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or do chores. basically he is a tiny version of congress. he was sued by mom and dad after he refused to leave. self-employed businessman, the parents have yet to see any of michael's secret source of income. i am beginning to wonder what that is. his parents home was actually a sanctuary city. and he reaps the benefits, apparently thinking everything should be free. he almost qualifies as a commencement speaker or at least a vermont senator. after a pile of ignored eviction letter some of the judge ruled for mom-and-pop. being good parents, they offered him money to help them find a place to stay and fix his car. they also gave him sound advice, including "organize the things you need for work and manage an apartment. "and "there will be other things that have significant value." there are jobs available even
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for those with a poor work history like you. get one. you have to work. translation: get off your butt and do something with your life. now evicted, he did see his parents after the ruling and said it was pretty awkward print on the bright side come he could always move into a starbucks. >> kimberly: this is the problem. this is why i'm going to dunkin' donuts. >> greg: kimberly, this guy's all over the news. he's going to be on martha maccallum tonight. i moved in with my mom when i was 23. i saved for a year. i thought it was pretty good. this kid is pushing it. >> kimberly: he is pushing it. didn't he go back to their house after the judge told him to get a life and get a job. knock, knock. he's probably going to find some poor unfortunate individual who will take him in. he's got his 15 minutes of fame. people taking selfies with this
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guy. when that passes over come i don't know what is going to do. probably move back in with his parents. what kind of self-respect does he have? his parents are so sweet. >> dana: how are you going to get a girl? >> kimberly: he got one for a second, i guess. >> greg: you know what the solution is, movement and become a butler. become someone's butler. but a bad one, a lazy one. >> richard: i think the word millennial in the screen behind me. >> dana: that bothers you? >> richard: i packed up and went to college and 18. i was like mom, i am never coming back home. you could always come home. no, i'm going to get a job and work and that's what my friends did and we are doing great and we are all millennial. they work and they have their own apartments and they don't live at home with their parents and they pay rent.
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>> greg: this is on an earlier show, on their network, i can't think of the name of it. >> do you not want to find your own place? >> no. >> why not? >> i don't want to live there anymore. >> you don't want to live with your parents? >> no. >> why don't you move out tomorrow? >> i don't have the means to do that tomorrow. >> do you have a job? >> no. >> don't you want to reconcile? >> no. >> dana: i kind of feel bad. i feel bad for everybody. >> greg: you do. he is doing the tv. he could have moved out. he >> dana: i think the lure of being on tv, i will go into the into my story.
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everybody, i'm sure martha maccallum will be able to get more out of him. >> pete: he is bad at being a deadbeat. he want to stay at your parents house forever? make them dinner once in a while. do some chores. do a couple chores. then they give you another year. instead he is like, i will do nothing. you will have to evict me. >> dana: it's a weird thing having to go to court. >> kimberly: why didn't they call the cops? that's what i would do. >> dana: ronan comes home, it's going to be open arms. >> greg: i'm going to defend him and say because we are living longer, 31 is the new 13. >> dana: i agree. >> richard: i am 31 and i am not 13. >> greg: i beg to differ. living longer. you can stay longer at home. >> dana: it's a good point.
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what is the acceptable age? let's say it's 25. kids should be on their parent's health insurance until 25. i don't say that but the law says that. 26. 30. maybe you are right. >> greg: i am for close families, multigenerational families. all right, okay, they are telling me to shut up. did you hear that? i was getting a shock in the ear. >> dana: i can feel it. >> greg: amazon users up in arms over a new policy. if you are a serial returner, you will want to listen. picking the right style takes time.
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♪ >> richard: who here is guilty of this? amazon cracking down on shoppers who return items too frequently. spokesperson confirms closing the accounts of users who abuse their 30 day return policy but they won't specify just how many accounts they have closed. >> kimberly: wow. they ain't closing mine down. it's a constant stream. 30 items in the last hour.
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i really don't return because there's so much effort. >> dana: it's a hassle. you need peter to help you return it. this was the number one story turning on "the wall street journal" for two days. i thought what a first world problem to have the you are so worried. am i going to get banned from amazon for returning too much? i don't think i will. >> richard: how often do you return? >> dana: not all too much from amazon. >> kimberly: she has some low-level anxiety about it. >> richard: she is afraid she is going to be banned. >> greg: i only return things that don't feel right i use them, like underwear and toothbrushes. i send them back. deodorant as well. i think the percentage of returns has to be large compared
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to purchases. so if you are constant. i predict there will be a new service that returns things for you. we are a service culture. i have a service that delivers my food. i have another service that eats the food. i just can't be bothered. >> richard: you should copyright back. >> dana: hey, can you help return this to me? >> pete: is there a lot of money to be made in this industry of ordering and sending back? >> dana: that guy with no job, that's what he can do. >> kimberly: they don't want to say how many people doing this because it would be bad for their numbers. >> pete: returns can be as high as 15 to 30% of purchases. >> dana: sometimes they send stuff that's broken. >> kimberly: they do some time send something that's messed up.
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i ordered a shirt for ronan. medium. a big one came. >> greg: you don't have to return it. i am right here. that's what i wear. >> richard: amazon should warn people. war and before you my account. >> dana: that's why it's the number one story on "wall street journal" ." >> richard: "one more thing" is up next. just a burst pipe, i could fix it. (laugh) no. with claim rateguard your rates won't go up just beacuase of a claim. i totally could've... (wife) nope! switching to allstate is worth it.
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and we got to know the friends of our friends.r the friends. and we found others just like us. and just like that we felt a little less alone. but then something happened. we had to deal with spam, fake news, and data misuse. that's going to change. from now on, facebook will do more to keep you safe and protect your privacy. because when this place does what it was built for,
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then we all get a little closer.
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♪ >> kimberly: time for "one more thing." day now. >> dana: it's been a show, hasn't it? dan crenshaw, 33 years old, former navy seal, won the primary runoff election in texas on tuesday night. although crenshaw won in a landslide on tuesday, republican operatives thought he did not have a chance. he ran, these are all the people he'd be -- he beat. he's going to win i think. it's pretty amazing. another veteran on his way to being a member of congress. >> kimberly: fantastic. great story. a set of quadruplets, maybe you saw this story, in michigan are
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sharing another bond. if you can believe it, they have all decided to enlist in the military after graduation. they are joining four different branches. the high school senior is choosing -- siblings and their grandfather inspire them. sister rose thing ever since i was little i always wanted to serve. i just want to help out our world. can you imagine the juxtaposition of these four amazing siblings and the low life that is off his parents. >> greg: go to foxnewspodcast.com. it's with dr. drew. we talk about mental health issues, we talk about violence in the opioid crisis. it's actually really entertaining but with a lot of serious stuff. i ain't kidding around. check it out.
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meanwhile, it's time for greg's fox news. a lot of news and the fox universe. this is upsetting what has happened for fox right now. what's being done to fox is wrong. take a look at this. here's a fox that had just gotten a rabbit. he got his meal. that's his meal. he deserves it. he spent all day getting it. then the ego comes and says no, i want the rabbit and the fox has to fight for the rabbit. the eagle doesn't care. of course the eagle lost the meal. don't mess with fox. it's the bottom line. do not mess with fox. we will take hold of the bonnie and not let go because we are animals. >> kimberly: are you sending a message? >> greg: watch out. >> kimberly: i hope dr. drew helped you out. >> pete: don't mess with fox. i also don't mess with
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brian kilmeade. i do whatever he tells me. he today he was on long island for the president's speech. he got an excessive interview with president trump. >> greg: that must have been tough for him. >> pete: don't hate. he's working hard for that. tune in tomorrow morning on "fox & friends" my reaction on north korea, reaction on ms-13. chiming in for the first time on the kneeling decision for the nfl. they have comments you not going to want to miss. brian kilmeade worked extremely hard for that interview. >> greg: i know you have to defend brian but i don't have to defend him. he was here yesterday. was he here yesterday? yeah, that's enough. [laughs] i love to make fun of him. >> richard: just when you thought the royal wedding was over, me and kimberly are still talking about it. instead of letting their
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beautiful bouquets, prince harry and princess meghan markle put their flowers to good use. they donated the flowers to st. joseph's hospice in london. this is beautiful. hospice tweeted "today we got a very special delivery. beautiful bouquets from the royal wedding flowers which was given to our patients. our hospice smells gorgeous and looks gorgeous. such a lovely gesture. we agree. >> kimberly: we were texting during the wedding. >> richard: we were. >> dana: the best thing today was the bad lip-synching from the wedding. did you see it on twitter? >> richard: the choir was epic epic. >> kimberly: set your dvrs. never miss an episode. "special report" up next.
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hey, bret in los angeles. >> dana: why did you give him 12 extra seconds? >> bret: thank you very much. early. >> kimberly: better spent with you. >> bret: president trump goes after what he calls the criminal deep state over allegations of a spy in this 2016 campaign. will north korea go through with promises to dismantle its nuclear test site? one-on-one with a republican hopes to flip the california governor's seat. is "special report" ." good evening. i'm bret baier. coming to you tonight from los angeles. we'll talk about the dynamic politics here in california and speak with the top republican in the governor's race so far in just a few minutes. first night, president trump going after the russia collusion investigation again. he says the fbi has been caught in a

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