it takes to get you the latest with concurrent foreign market reaction, particularly chinese market reaction. all together to put this in perspective, people will be betting money. we will be on it throughout the night. ♪ >> dana: i'm dana perino with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, jesse watters, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in ncity, and it's 5:00 a.m. in ape. this is "the five" ." fox news alert. we are under four hours away from the historic summit in singapore between president trump and kim jong un. a lot is at stake, including nuclear disarmament and potentially normalize relations between the u.s. and north korea. ahead of the one-on-one meeting, secretary of state mike pompeo is outlining what the goals will be. >> this is truly a mission of
peace. the ultimate objective we seek with diplomacy from north korea has not changed. they complete and verifiable any reversible denuclearization of the korean peninsula is the only outcome that the united states will accept. north korea has previously confirmed to us its willingness to denuclearize and we are eager see if those words prove sincere. >> dana: president trump believes he will be able to quickly predict the outcome of a high-stakes sitdown. >> i think within the first minute, i will know. just my touch, my field. that's what i do. how long will it take to figure out whether or not they are serious? i said maybe in the first minut minute. the way they say you know if you're going to like somebody in the first five seconds, do you ever hear that one? well, i think that very quickly i will know whether or not something that is going happen. >> dana: let's bring in "special report" anchor bread
fire. his live in singapore. it's been three hours since we talked on "the daily briefing." what have you learned since then? >> bret: it is moving forward. i have learned that sean hannity will have a sitdown interview with president trump. that was alert everyone. that will be interesting. after this all comes to conclusion, the president is leaving sometime today. we don't have a specific time frame as of yet, and that he hold a news conference later on, according to the white house. dana, this is going to be at least 45 minutes with the two leaders and translators alone. at the capella hotel. that is a really interesting moment. to president trump's point, whether he can assess how far they can get down the road this time are set up a structure or framework for next time, that's what's really going to be determined. >> dana: we are going to take it around the table for a round
of questions. >> jesse: hey, bret. i saw video of kim jong un making an entrance into a hotel area. greeted with thunderous applause. i don't know if you have gotten out of the hotel that much, but what is the local flavor on the streets there in singapore? are the expectations and view of donald trump and kim different than they are here in america? has sebastian gorka caused an international incident yet? a lot of people are very concerned. >> bret: thank you for that last question. i have not seen anything about sebastian gorka causing problems. but i have seen a lot of this excitement, kind of fervor about the summit. everything has a picture of donald trump and kim jong un. you are right that there's an iconic hotel here, the maritime sands hotel resort and casino. kim jong un went out last night and did tour the area. he did get a lot of applause at one point as he walked into the
hotel. there's kind of this apprehension about what's happening. nobody is going to get close to this summit but there's kind of an excitement on the streets, impersonators out and about. it's a little surreal. >> dana: bret, we will go to greg gutfeld. >> greg: i thought i would begin with a golf metaphor because i know you love to golf. we are watching the coverage in the media, i think the naive see it as trying to hit a hole in one. so they win a free game. in reality, it's like a par six. you have to have a whole bag of clubs. you're going to be all over the place and you need a couple caddies. >> bret: there really aren't any par sixes. i think the coverage of it is pretty simplistic as far as what is possible. what we know as they are at the table, and we know previous administrations for decades have not been able to get to this
table. we know that three hostages, four if you say otto warmbier, and obviously he passed away, we know they've had some success scaling back the missile testing in the nuclear testing. even though one of those facilities was collapsing apparently. but there are successes before you get to the table. i think the coverage overall, a lot depends on what happened the next four hours when they first meet. >> dana: kimberly. >> kimberly: hello, bret's. thanks for doing a great job over there. looking forward to the coverage. i wanted to ask you some of the behind-the-scenes chlamydia messaging from the white house, signaling reasonable, realistic expectations. in terms of the outcome between these two world leaders. >> bret: there is a little bit of scaling back over the recent days. i hear that this is the first of several meetings likely going back to the reagan summits with
gorbachev. you had geneva was first, and that led eventually to reykjavik and washington and moscow. i think this is a gena-ty meeting that sets up others. the question is how far down the road they can go. and how far the north koreans are really able to get to denuclearize to get economic benefits for their nation. >> dana: juan williams. >> juan: brad, interested in what you said at the top about the president leaving later today, obviously last week they were discussing the possibility of this being a two to three day summits. i wonder what your reporting is found in terms of the decision to leave early. the follow-up, if you have a moment, i will let you answer and then ask a second. >> bret: two thanks for the white house is clear to point out that could change. if things are cooking and there's more to talk about, they
could change the departure date. two, there was a departure date for kim jong un that he was set to leave sometime today. the president was going to leave that open-ended but then i think said i'm going to leave today. we are going to get what we can get. three, secretary pompeo was pretty specific that they had several meetings that they believed were going much more quickly than they thought they would. >> juan: the second questions about what the united states is willing to offer to kim jong un england exchange for declan denuclearization. mike pompeo said it's not the case were talking about removing u.s. troops from south korea. there are questions about human rights and whether or not we would stand up for people like otto warmbier as we seek denuclearization. do you have any idea based on your reporting there about what the united states is offering north korea? >> bret: we are trying to get specifics. we are talking to people behind
the scenes but in public and on the record, secretary pompeo was pressed and wouldn't get into exact's going t happen. a lot is flexible. we are told they are not going to talk about human rights but i'm not told that that's in stone. we are told that they are not going to deal with u.s. troops anywhere in south korea, but we don't know what we don't know in that private meeting between the two leaders. you're going to look at that meeting i think a lot will come out of it and hopefully we will hear more details. the end of the korean war officially, while ministerial in its layout, is a big deal. here in the region. that's probably going to be on the table. >> bret: thanks for staying up. i guess you're going to stay up for another 24 hours. we appreciate it. we will see you tomorrow. we will take it around the tabl table. you have a lot of notes.
>> jesse: these are just your notes that spilled over. you have so much reading material. i go back to this video of kim jong un getting this applause when he walks in like he is this big celebrity. he may actually escape from human rights sanctions. think about what he's done to people. forced abortions, extermination, labor camps, torture. malnourishment of s own people people. and to then kind of weasel out of this as this diplomatic guy that's kind of come into the modern age and that allowed u.s. investment potentially north korea but not have to answer some of the heinous and atrocious acts he has perpetrated on other people and his own people. it's a little scary to think that we would be able to cut a deal. i know you have to cut a deal with heinous people but i think anybody needs to remember what he's done. there has to be some
accountability for the north korean regime for decades of disgusting and inhuman abuse abuses. >> greg: you kind of get to the reality of the switches on the planet there are bad eggs. we know that. would you do with the bad eggs? if you are pro-human, you want more people to live. isn't this kind of the exact step? before you turn out the lights, you decide you're going to turn out the lights, why don't you come over, sit dow talk and show the bad es, with the world could be like if you decide to change. before america or the west decides to make some momentous, consequential decision that impacts 28 million people negatively, through devastation or starvation, you exhaust the possibilities. one of the possibilities if you show the off-ramp before the cliff. we know what the cliff is going to be.
here, trump is that kind of guy that walks around and goes, look at this off-ramp. it's very appealing. this is what you can have. this is the carrot he dangles and the stick which may end up being the case. you have to show the carrot before the stick. >> dana: remember the vice chairman who came to new york and delivered the letter to president trump, he had never been to the west before. apparently secretary pompeo was showing him the skyline of new york city, this is how the real world works if you wanted. >> kimberly: you need to be able to present it in paint a picture of how things can be and have the juxtaposition o what they are facing a north korea. you really think about it, why wouldn't you want economic prosperity and the things we are fortunate to enjoying the united states and western civilization. i think the fact that they meant someplace else is very good. go into neutral ground, go to singapore.
in terms of the transportation. working out the finances behind it for kim jong un. he's going to do what it takes to tried to get them to come halfway and create a deeper understanding of what's at stake here. how can he know if he hasn't experienced it or seen it? to me to president trump, i have to tell you part of it is a little bit of like his love of kind of american lifestyle and pop culture. he's had that kind of fascinatio with american-themed movies and tv series. dennis rodman. you have someone larger than life with president trump, the tv shows, being someone who has "celebrity apprentice," for years. i bet all that has factors into a little bit of his curiosity to be able to come and sit and meet with the man. okay, great, whatever it takes to bring him to the table and then actually accomplish great ends. >> juan: i think what kimberly is saying is the concern of a
lot of people in our foreign service and intelligence community which is we are giving him the meeting. we are giving him the photographs. we are not going to focus heavily on human rights, as jesse is concerned about. but we are giving up something even before we start talking about, are we giving up the presence of r troops in south korea? are we going to offer tremendous economic aid what are we offering? when the president says you get to know someone within the first minute, have you heard about the first five seconds and you can tell this or that. he's trusting his gut. i think all of us have to root for him then route for this got thing. at the same time, i think he may be being set up, dana, it's not great for everyone to have such high expectations because it's the first time the leader of north korea and the u.s. are sitting down. everybody thinks this is it. >> dana: tonight is the first night of the new episode of the season. we will see happens.
>> greg: you can't have diplomacy without photographs. if you can figure out a way to meet with someone without being in the picture. >> dana: will have time to talk about this more. meantime, president trump and key allies talking tough on tre following the contentious g7 summit. what they are saying about it next. her salon was booked for weeks,
♪ >> kimberly: a feud that broke out after the g7 summit is escalating. president trump heading back at justin trudeau after the canadian prime minister held a press conference at the end of the summit blasting the ent's tariffs. trump doubling down on fair trade on twitter, calling it "fooled. when america gets stuck with a losing deal." trump administration slamming the canadian leader. >> there's a special place in hell for any foreign leader that engages in bad faith diplomacy with president donald j. trump and tries to stab him in the back on the way out the door. >> he really stabbed us in the back. he did a great disservice to the
whole g7. >> trudeau did? >> yes. >> kimberly: the media piling on the president for his tough ta the g7. >> it's unprecedented. i don't remember in any of my coverage of these summits that this kind of language has been directed at america's closest allies. >> seems like the phrase "leader of the free world" might be obsolete. >> the name calling, i've never heard anything like that with a u.s. president calling a u.s. ally a name. >> huge win for vladimir putin. he didn't even have to show up. >> kimberly: okay, jesse. what do you make of it? a little bit of back-and-forth. seems like things were things -- things were going okay and then it seemed like it flipped and the other direction and the back-and-forth between trudeau and the president. >> jesse: trump campaigned on being tough on trade and now he's delivering. i don't think the media's used politicians follow through on what they say they're going to do during the campaign.
talk about alienating our allies in the media? i think obama alienated the israelis, sallies, ukrainians, iraqis. don't all of a sudden lecture donald trump about offending allies. this reminds me of the smoot-hawley tariff act of 1930 when a massive trade war broke out at the beginning of the depression. it wasn't going well for a long time. everybody realized lowering tariffs on both sides of the atlantic is good for business. that's all the president wants to do. they have massive tariffs in the e.u. on cigarettes for instance. 33% tariff on american smokes? i want arican cigarettes in the lungs of europeans. why shouldn't they smoke competitive priced american cigarettes? i don't get it. it's ridiculous. all he is saying is we pay for nato, we pay to protect you.
our spending is very large compared to yours as percentage of gdp. we have lower tariffs, higher military spending. that benefits you guys. let's create a fairer system. peter navarro's comment about hell might've been too much. >> kimberly: also e-cigarettes. >> jesse: a number of things. >> juan: what has he delivered? zero, zip. nothing. i am saying you've said he delivers. he doesn't deliver. i don't see any promise. in terms of trade, we are talking g7. in terms of the g7, want to do deliver? zero. in fact, again, this is the kind of thing trump puts in the
atmosphere, i heard trump say it. but in fact here's what the world bank says. average current tariffs of the united states, britain, germany, france, are identical. in some cases, lower. trump likes to talk about the difference in trade. he's talking about goods. we do things like services, intellectual property, we have a tremendous advantage. trump doesn't discuss it. then you get this photo, viral photo of trump seated, angela merkel steering over him and you get macron of france leaning in with angela merkel. people say wow. this is unbelievable. this is like america not against justin trudeau but in america against the world. for what? what are we breaking down historic western alliances? >> greg: no, no. when you introduce something like that photo, we have to put in the context they were four
photos. the next one, they are all laughing. catch a photograph of "the five" and we will be like this and then the next minute we're laughing. this is an errant photograph. >> juan: who are you going to believe? >> greg: you are misrepresenting it. there were four photos. you picked one. [all speaking] >> dana: juan, you're going to lose on that one. >> greg: you will because you will see the photo. you will be so embarrassed. stop while you are behind. i want to make a point. we tend to skip the question. the question is, does anybody have a decent explanation for why we must accept high tariffs? the responses we don't want to have a trade war. that's not the question. no one wants a trade war. we are asking is why can't we
ask the question about what this lack of balance and trade tariffs -- 290% tariff on -- >> juan: that's not true. >> greg: yes, it is. you are world bank statistic is deceptive. we are talking about specific. i am talking about specific tariffs. you've got to let me represent this. >> juan: that one specific area. >> greg: it's true. you are admitting it. dairy is a problem, canada is having a problem with quebec. they are appeasing quebec farmers. that doesn't help us. everybody is attacking donald trump because he is asking the question, why is this good? that's all he's asking. everyone says we don't want a trade war. he says i don't want a trade war either. there can b reciprocity. nobody in cable-tv answers the
question. they just go, trade war! where they find some stupid photograph. come on. >> kimberly: that is 1 of 30. >> dana: the media clip we have before, the shock and awe, that they can't believe this is happening but it's happening every week. interesting at the summit that got glossed over and that was one of we have no tariffs at all between our countries. people blow it off. canada has that tariff on our dairy. we have a huge tariff on softwood lumber coming from canada. there's lots of reasons. one of them is environment we manage our forests in a more environmentally friendly within the canadians do. these things are super complex uncomplicated but the president is asking a simple question, why do we need any of this a all? cooler heads will prevail.
>> greg: you know it would be a great experiment? our problem is we are mixing progressive income taxes with tariffs. why not have all tariffs? get rid of income taxes. that's how we had the industrial revolution. tariffs. >> juan: so we attack our friends, they g7, meanwhile we embrace people like putin. wow. >> jesse: you are my friend and i attack you every day. >> juan: is putin doing business? >> kimberly: robert de niro goes on another anti-trump tirade at the tony awards. video next. hey! we didn't have a homeowners claim last year so allstate is giving us money back on our bill. well, that seems fair. we didn't use it. wish we got money back on gym memberships. get money back hilarious. with claim-free rewards. switching to allstate is worth it.
elderly, confused man went missing in new york. luckily a band of self-satisfied elitists found him babbling on the streets, threw some pants on him, and gave him the stage. >> i'm going to say one thing: trump. it's no longer down with trump. >> greg: it kills me. talk about persuasive. i was on the fence about trump but then i decided to remove the seven to one of the great generational leaders of american pop culture and the clenched fists, that drove it home. looks like he was pressing a 2-pound weight in a jenny craig commercial. look at it again. it's so cute. it's like he found out that the restaurant serves jell-o or that
he won a $10 scratch scratch oe scored a cameo in jersey shore. or had his first nber two in a week. thank you, fiber con. he went from bull to thi this. >> history is being made! >> greg: poor bob. he is like a star whose girlfriend dumped him for a bigger star, star in the white house. while you are in "dirty grandpa." the resistance is reduced to a blotting tantrums who knew de niro's lasting role would be irrelevant gasbag. he's doing this as trump organizes a summit, not a war, a summit. you've got to wonder if it were
president hillary, bob's choice, would you actually have a summit? or would you have a war. what matters is that ad elation received from an emotional display before a packed sea of millionaire lemmings. who cares that trump meets with north korea. it is no "meet the parents," writes? >> are you talking to me? are you talking to me? are you talking to me? >> greg: sit down. nobody is talking to you anymor anymore. pathetic old man. before i get to you, let's go -- i think he was in toronto opening a restaurant or something. this is what he had to say. >> i want to make a note of apology for the idiotic behavior of my president. it's a disgrace, and i apologize to justin trudeau and the other people at the g7. it's disgusting.
>> greg: i feel bad for him because i think is one of those people that's never emotionally recovered from 2016. this is a guy who has serious trump disorder. >> dana: where he was last night and where he is today, he knows his audience. what he doesn't know are the cast and crew of his own show. he was there as part of -- the musical he codirected. his name is on the marquee. he never mentions the show. the times there's so much competition in the cast and crew really deserved a lot better. i think this was extremely selfish. you need publicity. this was their shot to be able to get a chance to talk about the show which i've seen and loved it. i think it's extremely selfish. he forgo the opportunity.
how do you say that? go see "a bronx tale," even if robert de niro doesn't care. >> greg: he cheated the tony honorees but i think he might've helped him get reelected. >> jesse: hollywood is not doing the democrats a very good service. he is like the nancy pelosi of hollywood. every time he opens his mouth, the republican party goes like this, keep talking. you add this to samantha bee across -- they are not helping democrats get elected. when something like this happens, it fires up the republican party, turns off independence and drags the democrats so far to the left that they cheer and they think this is acceptable. i would say you have a choice. if you are a lefty person in the country and a celebrity. you're either going to resist trump like this guy or you're going to work with trump. we have seen celebrities work
with trump and get things done. i don't see why these people don't show up at the oval office. trump will bring them in. they will get things done and everybody will say it's a win-win. it's the easiest thing to do with this president. they are not taking that avenue. >> greg: it's like when you're in a relationship in which you are dumped. they are still dumped. they haven't moved on. you've got to move on. a lot of people in hollywood who have moved on. he hasn't. kimberly, i have a theory that de niro and trump are the same age. the comparison, de niro's career is on the downside. trump is the leader of the free world. i think it is eating him alive. >> jesse: de niro is broke, is that what you're saying? >> greg: why is he doing "dirty grandpa?" >> kimberly: he hurt a pretty penny for everyone else involved in the movie. he's not winning hearts and
minds behaving that way. poor theatrics. it was egotistical. why take the moment way of triumph and adulation for other people who worked very hard, and make it about yourself? very myopic in terms of his viewpoint. it's a cheap thrill he's getting from self. it sort of suggests psychologically he's not feeling so great about where he is or what is doing in life than he is to go, we don't need them to apologize on behalf of trudeau. it is so bizarre. no one cast you in that role. over the next world he should place someone who is super jealous and underachieving and on the downside. it doesn't seem like he is holding it together well. i really liked him in "meet the parents." the fockers. >> greg: watch your mouth, kimberly. all you have to do is swear.
you don't need an intellectual argument. it works. >> juan: when i hear you talk about robert de niro, must be about some the list actor. they are talking about robert de niro, one of the greatest american actors of all time. i don't think robert de niro is in trouble. i think he is standing up there, he's a raging bull in a rage over the outrageous behavior of this president and it's not that he can't get over '16. if that he can't get over the things like separating children from their parents. he can't get over the idea. this president creates chaos, antagonizes our allies, embraces putin, has an ongoing investigation which he says he's going to pardon himself. people are like, what the -- when you see robert de niro, a truly distinguished actor, may be the reason why people stand up and applaud is because they agree.
>> greg: or they have to. they are on camera. imagine if you are sitting down how much gri you would've gotten. >> kimberly: it is like the clap track. >> juan: in the conservative echo chamber, now they are -- >> kimberly: made the de niro needs someone to write new lines for him. >> juan: i think he did really well. >> greg: you have a low standard of that is a good line. president trump and kim jong un meeting face-to-face in a few hours. the very latest on the nuclear summit straight ahead. your insurance rates skyrocket after a scratch so small you could fix it with a pen. how about using that pen to sign up for new insurance instead.
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matter. we will all know soon whether or not a real deal, unlike those of the past, can happen!" kimberly, what's your measure of succs? >> kimberly: i think the fact, not to keep the bar too low but the fact that we are having this meeting is historic. i think it's applicable. this is something for the first time we are really able to get someone who is just such a problem geopolitically to have a meaningful discussion about denuclearization. it's going to benefit the world internationally. i'm optimistic. i think the fact they are sitting down from it's going to be the beginning of relationship like we've seen with trump with other world leaders then furthering that along. if you get to know somebody face-to-face or over the phone or across email, it's more meaningful and impactful hundreds of getting to know them and being able to build on that relationship and that sense of
trust. >> juan: jesse, what we heard from bret baier earlier was that the president's representates have been scaling back expectations over the last few days that he might leave early. what is your bar in terms of success? >> jesse: like kimberly said, it's the start of a long process. i think the goal is complete denuclearization in return for massive amounts of american investment. if we have mcdonald's they are clinicallyn companies in there, and they take their nukes off the table, that solves the security situation as well because we're not going to bomb north korea while we have mcdonald's on american workers there. that's pretty simple. i hate listening to the naysayers because it's boring and it reminds ava chinese proverb. those who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those doing it. when obama botched the nondeal, he botched the syrian chemical weapons deal with putin, then
they criticize this president for a meeting, it rings hollow. >> juan: dana, what is your measure? >> dana: i am comfortable with this is a slow walk and they establish a rapport and decide to meet again. if that is the only deliverable, i would be comfortable with that. this deal has to be better than the iran deal. by the president's own measure and the safety of the world. >> greg: bret owes me an apology. there are power sixes in singapore. they are all over the country. i don't want north korea to denuke because i can't say the word. i have been trying to say denuclearization. >> dana: you did it. >> greg: mentally prepare for the achievement, the media. >> juan: if it is the end of the korean war, you say that's an accomplishment? >> greg: i think so. >> dana: i am nervous about that. i think it takes our leverage
off the table. starts a cascade of lots of other things technically and legally we have to comply with even though we might not want to. >> juan: we know if the president likes to claim victory. bill maher rooting for a recession? controversial comments on what he hopes trumps economy tanks. every way we look out for those we love is an act of mutuality. we can help with the financial ones. learn more or find an advisor at massmutual.com
bill maher getting backlash for his comments about the economy. >> i feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point. by the way, i'm hoping for it because i think one way you get rid of trump is a crashing economy so please bring on the recession. i sorry if that hurts people. it's either route for recession or lose democracy. >> jesse: i think he has to be kidding because no one can be that stupid. >> kimberly: at yeah, and he's also not that funny. as soon as i heard the word recession, there's plenty of people i care about putting food on the table and money in their wallets and providing for the children. what are you talking about, recession. where in the middle of a booming economy the people are enjoying. full numbers very favorable. you'd rather sabotage millions
and millions of people, ruin their life because you personally are offended by the president who is winning? talk about mean-spirited. he should be in the support group with robert de niro. [laughter] crybaby. >> jesse: hold my beer. watch this. >> juan: i didn't like it. for me, i don't like trump but i'm rooting for america and the american economy. what it suggested to me is that he things because of the economy, there are lots of people on the left being lulled into complacency or it doesn't matter, so what. a lot like what greg says, this is looking good. looking good, why bother? of course trump is a great disruptor and i understand his frustration but i think he needs to reconsider. >> jesse: the ultimate ends justify the means. >> dana: for americans to want to vote for democrats on economic issues have been the democrats do to put forward an up economic policy program that we have not seen. the only thing they are doing now is running against trump.
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