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thank you for watching. i'm jeanine. after getting the truth, justice and the american way. greg gutfeld is next. see you next saturday. >> we have fighting over issues so it should be a good vote tonight. >> no, we did not. we never fight. >> don't do that. not on the air. not on the air. what are you doing? 6:03. >> we are engaged in the been engaged now for 13 years. >> no. >> do you think i should be able to hold his hand in his engagement? >> with her consent. greg: that is one way to shut them up.
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hooray, hooray. all right, let's take an inventory. implement nonexistent, check, gdp soaring check, trade imbalance addressed track. cliff that address, check. things are looking up and why is that? greg: if only the flag had arms to hug him back. it feels like a good run for everyone. it is. satisfaction with the country direction has reached a of your high while trust in the mainstream media drops another low which could be why the press is gone nuttier than an elephant with diarrhea. [crowd boos thank you. thank you.
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as it becomes harder to deny something is working the harder the media works to show something is wrong. how do you smear america as the third reich when it is not? you life. take time magazine cover. the sweeping younger became the poster child for the trump separation policy. she was with her mother the time and her mom, according to dad, took the child without telling him. maybe your husband is bad but i do know the media spread this photo like a common cold to keep people alive. meanwhile, a feverish bolt is coming for you. >> if you vote for trump, then you, not on, understanding at the border like nazis seen you here, you here but we now have to flip it and it's a given the evilness of donna truck. if you vote, you can no longer support yourself.
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greg: that is the next step. everyone is a nazi. remember, once you brand someone as evil that allows for any or all behavior. you can show up at people's homes because they are nazis and put in their kids because their nazis. funny that people shout nazis and they told great job impersonating them. if donnie got dumber he would be to donnie. [laughter] what he was mad about happened for trump. the only change is the guy in office. brooke baldwin, a rare exception, got it right. >> here is a question for democrats. so many people are outraged by the cages and thermal blankets and facilities and they were all there in 2014 under president obama. my question to you is did you speak up against them then? >> you know, on this issue that we get into a moment where we are making progress and then
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when it stalls we turn around. [laughter] greg: i don't think those are words. talk about a deer in the headlight. that senator got mugged by the truth in broad daylight . people now care about the problem because it is trump. good, imagine if you have four more years of some democrats the human trafficking that happened only under obama would be largely ignored. this abuse happened while he was president. even the liberal website agrees but then the press forgot they covered it because amnesia will not interrupt her anti- trump tantrums. trump owns it was trying to stop it is all the greater problem. fact, long-term taxes have short-term setbacks. adults get this and children never do. by children i mean the media.
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their outrages unaccompanied by an adult solution. we know separating kids from parents is bad and leaving kids with traffickers is worse. i applaud those waking up to an issue they slept through under obama but trump is exceeding and that is his nightmare. even if trump comprises it is not enough. the goalpost is on wheels in their game. here's the current liberal opinion. split up the family, temporarily, you are a nazi. keep the family together, you are not the. they do not need solutions but they want feelings. he is a former obama official explaining how to solve the immigration problem. >> i wish that i could bake a cake make out of rainbows and smiles. >> she doesn't even go here. >> do even go to the school? >> no. i have a lot of feelings. greg: that is all you need. the left calls trump hitler and
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that is the opposite of hitler. he's a gondi, and orange gandhi. it is why the left is losing it. the latest is peter fonda. [crowd boos] greg: he is lost his motorcycle and his marbles. this brain-dead basketcase suggested kidnapping and assaulting donald trump's child. what did i say before? deem someone evil and you can do anything to him. the liberal manifesto is boiled down to two words. f you. fonda has a movie coming out in what roseanne did was compared to this. it's a double standard and it drives. it is not just fonda but every celebrity is all conformist and they think alike, talk like that at times they walk alike. here they are on the red carpet. ♪.
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greg: no wonder they hate trump. he's a bigger star and more entertaining. what would you rather watch? sarah sanders reducing jim acosta to a puddle? or peter fonda trying to eat peas? it is all i can take. it's not about kids but about 2020 and a willingness to split the country over. america gets it. a large majority believe the media is inherently biased. optimism in the country is growing and more people reject the mainstream media journalists get furious like mean girls uninvited to the prom. hence the mental chaos and the threat to trump's son shot out to hitler. the world is crumbling and it began when trump was elected and when paul and his ilk predicted economic collapse. wrong again you jackasses. the economy is on fire which is the only reason you can afford
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therapy. [cheering and applause] let's welcome tonight's guest. he is more punch lines that high school dance, joe devito. [cheering and applause] she is so sharp her parents never gave her balloons, attorney emily cavallo. [cheering and applause] misery loves company, captains. [cheering and applause] there is no deep end in his swimming pool former wwe superstar and my massive sidekick, tyrus. [cheering and applause] joe, this is a test subject and no one wants to separate kids but what is working you? >> i think that senator is the perfect opportunity. that's when you present your microphone and earpieces do not work. you don't just start fumbling.
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if you believe trump is a bad then you don't need to make fake photographs and you don't need to repurpose photographs from four years ago. it's a serious issue and it should be treated seriously instead of ignoring it the people who are the reins of power for the past eight years it. it will not be easy and there will be suffering but i think what makes the left the mad the most is people want to come to united states on their own volition. that is what drives them nuts. that means that the united states is not the worst racist hellhole for nonwhite people that the full value system gets exploded. greg: interesting and very perceptive thought. >> i do what i can. [cheering and applause] greg: emily. you are the legal mind and i want to ask you. trumps sin is trying to enforce laws and he will enforce a law if they change the law -- isn't
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that how he is? >> he's trying to enforce the law and running to the same conundrum that obama did with is essentially if you please the masses that are not imposing the law and if you enforce the law the people are up in arms. this issue is an iceberg and the reality of our southern border and the border sectors of it is it's not just about the drug cartels being the linchpins but the messaging that has been oversupplied by both sides. we have to think about what is patina driving these people so desperately borders and what is the factors that we have on our side which includes catch and release and under the former administration so i think the journalist doing the best work there people like brandon darby they are amazing because they're not subscribing to the messaging and committing to the fact that it is diplomacy which is where we need to put our efforts. there is a lot more people involved in these cartels that are financers and bankers and attorneys that they are far more powerful than the cartel head but messaging produces it.
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how are we to combat the central american protectors and protectors if we don't know the picture? greg: emily, smartest stuff this week. [cheering and applause] tyrus speed. tryus: my mike eight following and i'm not -- asked me about dennis rodman. greg: dennis rodman is going to honduras -- no, we were talking earlier and it seems like the left -- this is christmas for them. [laughter] tryus: you finally got one. they don't know what to do with it. they are a dog chasing a tire. they fumble it away because they don't have to play the hand. greg: they overplayed their hand. tryus: it was a bad week for trump when he does well we have to say the job when he is bad week we have to say hey, pull it back. the patent did and handle it
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right and everyone when it possessed themselves they said what they wanted to say because it is an ugly thing. here in the state on the social media i got into this week if someone in the audience has the children in the car with them and they get put over for a misdemeanor and they go to jail the kids go to the system. been arrested and committing a crime is a rough, ugly thing and it affects a lot of people. your children, if they are with you, if you choose to break the law they go to the system. i understand the reasons why you are coming to this country, i get it. i grew up in california and i was around a lot of immigrants and for the most part they were there to work, raise their families and they worked hard. i there is that bad an element and we have to be able to screen because even if you let in 500 great hard-working must be american citizens and one of
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them is a mass murderer, that is one too many. we have to screen and that and do those things. [cheering and applause] greg: cat, do you think where you think this is going with the constant not the hitler comparison? will this end? kat: i did not like the separation policy. not a fan glad that's not a thing anymore although i really just generally do not understand how it is not to germany? i don't get how that's even a comparison. i'm convinced that a lot of people maybe don't know what nazi germany is. greg: that is a good point. kat: maybe, i think it spread like wildfire. figure 1% say it and they say that to fit in is to agree so that way everybody or the think that you are a jerk so everyone keeps repeating it without really explaining it. >> if you believe being a nazi is being in favor of school
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vouchers you given yourself a wide range. if anyone doesn't disagree with you that's how they get away with it. it's completely illogical. greg: i thank you are a nazi. the ironic conclusion here and i know we have to go but trump gave a lot of these cynical hypocrites the wherewithal to do the job. this is a problem the reporters are now going after only because it's under trunk. they care about the kids now. thank you, trump making reporters care once again about children. coming up, the midterms are coming and the dems are fired up and the republicans are fired up and everyone is fired up except for my cousin because he is a big jerk. hi.i just wanted to tell you that chevy won a j.d.power dependability award for its midsize car-the chevy malibu. i forgot. chevy also won a j.d. power dependability award
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greg: he is revving the motors of midterm voters. voter enthusiasm for the midterm election is at its highest point in 20 years and also because of the president. the good news is the eagerness extensible publicans and democrats.
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the bad, we could all end up killing each other. some key findings, 60% of voters consider them at work a vote for or against him. 51% said they are more excited about voting than usual. 90% said i'm better looking than bill hammer and brian kill meet. can't argue with the american voter. will it be the blue wave or the gop undertow. we went our chief article correspondent, my cousin steve for comment. ♪. greg: my cousin steve is a kat, so what? tyrus, i think the analogy for me is what if the super bowl is everyday and every person has a team and it in the team is red
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and blue it's like every day is constant. tryus: after a while it won't be like that but doctor tom prichard was my first wrestling coaches and he used to say you have to treat it like there are two elephants having sex in your front yard. every time you do russell you do big moves. two elephants having sex -- after day ten it's two elephants having sex in your front yard. excuse me. the point is with all this, after a while unless something is going on like trump punch somebody or, you know, we blew something up but it depends on who's winning that week for the voter turnout to be. right now, we have a lot of elephants getting it on in the front yard right now. greg: i admit that this could evolve into total chaos. and the media wants a climax. it's the end of carry.
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>> i'm up and of special care. why don't we have a big lever in the booth that says trump on it and whatever you like, pull it down or lifted up if you're against them and then you don't have to argue policy but with your feelings. greg: kat, where will this go? blue wave or red undertow? kat: i think it's hard to say but i don't think it's surprising at all that trump is inspiring all this enthusiasm. if you really think about it if you ask somebody, what did you think of this thing is the trump said or that trump did, no one is ever like no but there like i don't know, it's fine. they either say it's the best thing ever or they are like he is so bad we will all die. [laughter] i'm not surprised that someone that inspires those emotions are
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resulting in enthusiasm. the midterm usually the party is already empowered doesn't have that enthusiasm but with some it's different. i don't think we can expect that it will be just a blue wave because of different with chuck. greg: my theory, emily, is that a way more personal decision for the anti- trump people but trump is basically the tournament for a car that they hate because trump symbolizes a whole swath of americans so the vote is against this whole idea, the deplorable, maybe. >> the idea they have created and perpetuated and is not accurate and i find it ironic that it is democrats that typically now are feeling more productive go to the polls because of party control in the house or the senate and i also think it is interesting that the united states still remains 26 out of 32 out of highly democratic developed countries in terms of voter turnout. i like to take this to a plug-in be an advocate for restoring his felony conviction information
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rights because to me that is 4 million people whose rights be restored to vote and who better to participate in a democratic process especially with criminal justice reform than those who have lived it. it's only a portion, a small portion, of our eligible voters who are even participating so why not include those who make a difference instead. greg: i don't want". i think it will be hard to be democrat because you have to get against peace, jobs, fighting ices, gdp growth. you have to be for bad news in order to win. tryus: not necessarily, greg. you to go with whatever the narrative is that you have to be anti- trump. greg: that is true. tryus: sort the other stuff out later. he just can't win. his problem is if you look on both sides some of the characters we have running -- i mean, even top is like -- you know, even the democrats are like -- that's the problem. they don't even have a rating
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but there like .5 which is a little higher than the worst kind of criminals, you know what i'm saying? they're not popular in don't get anything done. greg: still to come, angela merkel's lament is ready to collapse. just kidding. our special world cup coverage our special world cup coverage is com ahh... summer is coming. and it's time to get outside. pack in even more adventure with audible. with the largest selection of audiobooks. audible lets you follow plot twists off the beaten track.
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greg: they are making a splash by picking up trash. the workup continues through mid july but we already know the best answer from japan, senegal and uruguay. they were spotted tidying up the stadiums after their matches. japanese fans brought their own garbage bags and compare that to the raiders game when you leave in a garbage bag. i am a raiders fan. with no team usa to root for american viewers seem less interested this time around and favorites like germany and brazil, both countries, have drawn viewers like the americans but it is not a total loss. this week, the world met this guy. this is [inaudible]. look at him. he's the head coach of morocco. i said look at the sky. [laughter] back to soccer. my problem with the soccer is not how it happens but if only
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there was a drug for it. >> what is wrong, tom? >> i watched soccer for 90 minutes and nothing has happened. i'm so bored i am numb. >> soccer is not about scoring but it's called a beetle game because it transcends goals. >> what i give for excitement. >> sound like you could use score x. it turned soccer into something exciting but isn't soccer at a all. if the break your doctor breaks up the monotony of soccer making it fun for a change by turning it into hockey. [laughter] >> how does it work? >> it distorts your vision to make the soccer look like hockey. your brain will think you're watching something exciting even though you are not. >> i never thought i could love soccer so much.
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come on, man. get into it. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >> announcer, will happen if i take score x while i'm watching a soccer game? >> you don't want to do that. >> why not question. >> as you see this. >> trump said when i'm wrong, i will admit it. >> yeah right. greg: i would buy it. [cheering and applause] greg: emily, i grew up playing soccer and i love playing it but i can't watch it. isn't that strange? as i got older i can't play it because you have to be fit. i don't know. >> that makes sense.
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i think it's true that america is not participating in this workup so maybe that probably has contributed to the fact that a lot of of americans are watching but it will be good if other cities did what la does which is most high-profile teams and it sponsored by corporations and have barcelona come out and play and it would garner interest. greg: dream on, emily. >> investor 2026 and also, obviously we got the workup out of morocco's hands and our friends china and korea and france in brazil voted against us in that. greg: time for a war. you know, joe, i have an idea to make soccer better. bases on the field so you have something to run to and then they have a guy that holds a piece of wood like a bat and hit the ball that is way smaller than a soccer ball and he hits it and then he runs and then the other soccer players have these big leather gloves and they try to catch the orb as it comes at
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them but you have to get rid of the net. >> are you suggesting they use their upper body limbs? greg: i would not go that far. >> this shows the contrast between people are not watching nfl football at the used to let alone this metric variety. [laughter] i like the looks of that coach. i liked how the coaches dress well. his shirt is so tailored you can barely move. compare him to bill belichick who looks like he rolled out of bed. greg: that guy is so handsome he is actually ugly. i can't really look at him because i repulsed by his beauty. >> it is too much. it's like you went and said, give me the makeover for a diehard villain. [laughter] it shows you the contrast there in the stands with garbage bags where as you go to a dallas cowboys game it's [bleep]. greg: we can't leave that one in. [applause] tires, i have another implement on soccer.
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tryus: i will stop you right now because all about to do is walk over you and give you a melvin. the world cup is great. greg: of the teams line up against himself and a ball is hiked from one guy to another and that he throws it to people can catch it and after three attempts if you can't get past 10 yards then you use your feet by kicking it. [laughter] tryus: greg, you ignorant flood. listen, i am a join the workup very much. i'm in a big and i drew england and when i watch the game i'm colluding with russia and i'm including with russia so i went out because i would get costumes and stuff and i do this big time and i wear in english judges wig while you watch the game and
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insult who i am side betting on. it's a lot of fun. try it at home. scoring is up and there's a lot of upsets and a lot of fun. it's a good time. i work one day a week so for me this is great. greg: you don't prepare a week for the show. my god. that hurts me deeply, tires. kat, final thoughts on this. what you think about that. kat: i watch reality tv almost exclusively. if it is not about murder or pregnant teens for people struggling to get off the drugs, i'm not really that interested in it. [laughter] a group of all those people kicking a ball around, i would watch that. i don't like soccer. i have a trauma of playing soccer as a child with the trauma was that i played it and i was not very good. greg: it's hard.
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kat: my parents me a quarter every time i kick the ball because i kept running away from it and that is, you know, it makes it hard to be successful in soccer which is centered around the ball. greg: i will say this, i love playing it but i can't play it because i'm out of state. it's impossible to play if you are out of shape. tryus: greg, you don't have to be in shape to watch it. greg: but you need to be interested in it because it's boring. greg: the world is called the world is covered by water and water is not that interesting. tyrus: would water polo be interested for you? go to commercial. greg: one less thing before we go to break, i wanted to share this video of a dream i had last night. ♪.
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greg: coming up, jimmy fallon apologizes for interviewing trump. we shake our heads in disgust. [cheering and applause]
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greg: they called him a trump for his interview with trump. remember this? >> go ahead. [cheering and applause] greg: that was back in 2016 about a month and half before he won the election. at the time to meet fallon took crap for that interview and its lighthearted tone but this week he opened up to the hollywood reporter about the gang mentality based online during the fallout he defended himself. >> i did not do it to normalize him or to say i believe in his
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political beliefs. it was a downtime that's tough more morale. we get it. i heard you. you made me feel that so now what? are you happy? i am depressed. i made a mistake. i'm sorry if i made anyone mad and looking back i would do it differently. greg: i don't really know how he would do it differently but my advice is ask him hard-hitting questions like this. >> what products should i have the greg got the name on it? >> do you play golf? >> poorly. >> should rename a golf club after you? >> yeah like the greg got felt better. there's always a point by my idiocy. [laughter] greg: i will never apologize for that. although, i should.
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that was terrible. all right. joe, i think jimmy fallon should've won a pulitzer for that scoop because he gave us proof of the actual content of trumps hair. no one had done that before. he gets ridiculed for that. >> it look like something to be on the weather channel. [laughter] i think people were too hard on him but jimmy fallon is an entertainer. he tells you that off the bat. i think there is a place. because even if someone is an entertainment business i like to see -- i'm in the margins of it and it's a big business and i'm on the periphery but we need someplace where you don't have to be inundated with politics all the time whether it's ruining movie franchises for the enjoyment of sports there is a place for it but people wonder why they are agitated all the time. they constantly get the results worked up. greg: i can't wait until politics enters pornography. we won't get into that here but
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will get into that at the midnight show. kat, it seems like politics is not as personal and hollywood but it's a survival mechanism. he crossed the line. he normalized trump. kat: what was he supposed to do? this is a comedy show . was he supposed to sit come down and sit there and go you are bad, you are a bad man and i don't like you and i don't support you and then go to commercial break. good bit, bro. what else was he supposed to do? you can't fault him for putting trump on the show. i don't know if your member 2016 but you would go to the channels and he was on every single one at the exact same time. greg: he was on cnn or than jake tapper and now they don't take any of his rallies after they elected trump with their constant coverage. tires, they did not seem to mind
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any other political interviews but didn't like this one. tyrus: shame on jimmy fallon for apologizing. when you disagree with somebody you don't see eye to eye what is so wrong with getting along and being playful and showing people your differences and maybe he would not vote for him and maybe he didn't like him but they can laugh and joke and that is missed in this country. if you don't see i to i and most of you can't but. [laughter] doesn't mean we hate each other? what was he supposed to do? i will never apologize for being right or guys with different views o then me. if they come to me i will like shut your ass out. i will not apologize for entertaining and be respectful. maybe we don't agree but it's ridiculous to me that we live in a world like how could he be nice to him? that is what you're supposed to do. [cheering and applause] greg: emily, i think his apology could be translated to next time i will know better than to cross the cult. he got -- the anti- trump called him that he violated a law.
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he wasn't sorry about his opinion but sorry that he got trouble. >> it's difficult to muster sympathy for him in that regard complaints about the gang mentality that he is subjected to. if you put yourself out there to that degree then you have to take the heat. i agree with you, tyrus, that he could've used it as a platform an example of let's talk about it or let's be kind to another person and let's joke and have a reprieve from politics and enjoy ourselves for 60 minutes. instead, he panders to address the group is become annoying. greg: it is that but then again the people he deals with when i give him the time of day if he tried because it is a cult. still to come, our kids nothing but trouble? that debate plus a live karat
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greg: is it on you when your brat breaks a statue? parents of a five -year-old kansas boy could be on the hook for $132,000 after their son knocked over a sculpture at a local community center. it was caught on video. i love saying that.
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she and her husband were single by two friends when the boy wandered over to the statue. he hugged it and it fell over. today's letter she received a claim from the city's interest anything was damaged beyond repair with a letter the red quote, you are responsible for the supervision of a minor child. your failure to monitor could be considered negligent and we will kill your child. [laughter] i added that. it was a joke. the artist who created it said he expect to be reimbursed because the are working longer be sold which i could monetize my passion. ♪. greg: emily, you are the lawyer here. should they pay? >> i think so. basically speaking, usually at common law parents can be held
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liable for negligence of the children unless it was willful or malicious but parents can be held liable for their own negligence in failing to supervise a child. in that video , too me, the fact that they weren't -- that is not the parents on the couch. the parents were in a different room and for the parents to turn around and victimize themselves and claim that it is a travesty that they should be given the bill and their son could've been injured and we saw him plant down in wrestling with it is another indicator that there's no accountability or responsibility. that kid is learning that if he creates damage or causes damage to his parents will fight for him in court and sit down, a fight your battles. greg: i will tell you, joe, this is why i don't have kids. i don't want some kid clearing out my savings that i worked hard for. you kid and you worked years and
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then your kid ruins it. >> well, if the kid is not responsible and the parents are responsible was responsible? it wasn't like he bumped into but he went up and down. yours down statues? the taliban. [laughter] greg: interesting. kat, i have a theory that the definition of art is narrow. why can't the broken base be art? why don't they rename it broken vase, double, anything can be art. call it broken base. kat: too bad you're not this kid's parents, greg. they are fighting over whether it was the center salt or whether it was the parents fault. it was the kid salt. this kid is five, not three. when i was -- when i was five i
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was in the first grade and i was learning how to read, not learning how to not knock things over that long to me. greg: you are five in first grade? >> yes, i was picked we took a field trip to detroit institute of art and i did not run around ripping paintings of the wall because i'm not a hellion. [laughter] greg: tyrus, you have kids. tyrus: yeah, i do. [laughter] first of all, this is on the parents. there were two of them. while you were dropping your knowledge continue to monitor. those boys walked by that thing three times. the first one touched it and the other one was like don't touch it, i'll touch. this is what happens when you have two boys. one tries to outdo the other one and they broke the base. you bought it. me, i would keep the one who didn't and donate the other one to the museum. [laughter] greg: you know, if i were the lawyer for the family this is what i would say. i would say that child was exercising his right to performance art.
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crashing the vase was a performance because it represented his rage against the trump and ministration. the art world would embrace that. this kid is brilliant. this is the trump white house. and then they would sell the broken base for $20 million, happy ending for everybody. don't go anywhere. i may be coming to town near you and i will tell you where. that is next. that is next. [cheering and you won't see these folks at the post office they have businesses to run they have passions to pursue how do they avoid trips to the post office? stamps.com mail letters ship packages all the amazing services of the post office right on your computer get a 4 week trial plus $100 in extras including postage and a digital scale go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again and it's time to get outside. pack in even more adventure with audible. with the largest selection of audiobooks. audible lets you follow plot twists off the beaten track.
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