♪ >> juan: i am juan williams with lisa boothe, brian kilmeade, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five" ." fox news alert. farewell to an american hero. thousands paying their respects to senator john mccain at his public viewing which is now underway at the arizona state capitol. the late senator lying in state inside the rotunda on what would've been his 82nd birthday. it is an honor only two other citizens of arizona have received in the past 40 years.
this comes after an emotional private memorial service was held there earlier, kicking off five days of tributes. trace gallagher joins us now from phoenix with the latest. >> you may remember john mccain was famous during his congressional campaigns and senate campaigns are going out and canvassing the state of arizona. he would go to the farthest reaches of the state where they had towns with populations less than 100 and he would hold town halls there. what you are seeing behind me is really payback for that. we have people coming from all over the state, thousands strong, to pay their respects to john mccain. it's also about 104 degrees out here. this is no easy task. they are waiting in line for hours. the hours were set up from 2:00 to 8:00. they have extended the hours until everybody gets a chance to come through. as you said, it would've been john mccain's 82nd birthday. his casket was greeted by the honor guard. every single branch of the military along with vietnam
veterans and first responders inside the rotunda. cindy mccain and her family greeted by the arizona governor doug ducey and his wife. doug ducey, along with former senator john kyle, also spoke in honor of john mccain. listen. >> john's love for america and arizona, he represented our values all over the world as a senator from arizona. america is stronger for his fierce defense of our values. >> to the rest of the world, john mccain was arizona. where all of us here traveled i'm told people we were from arizona, people new to big things about it. john mccain and the grand canyon. >> it was also very emotional watching our former colleague meghan mccain her she went up and addressed her father's casket. she broke down. as you might imagine, this is
very difficult on the entire mccain family. this is the first of several ceremonies in days to come. at 9:00 tomorrow morning, the honor guard will come back and they will retrieve the casket inside the state capital, bring it back and bring it back to the north phoenix baptist church. that's where the larger ceremony will take place. former vice president joe biden will speak there. along with some athletes, like the wide receiver for the arizona cardinals, larry fitzgerald, was a friend of john mccain's. we know john mccain was a huge sports fan. we should note his cassock will be put onto a plane tomorrow afternoon, flown back to d.c. where he will lie in state in the nation's capital rotunda. the funeral is saturday. sunday, he will be interred at the naval academy. >> juan: another major story. it's a midterm clash of ideologies. trumpism versus socialism.
congressman orlando sanchez, who secure the nomination, -- congressman ron desantis taking shots at his arrival. >> the most liberal candidate at the democratic party has ever nominated by a country mile. he wants to abolish ice. he wants a billion dollar tax increase. he wants a single-payer health care system in florida which would bankrupt the state. i am trying to make florida even better. he wants to make florida venezuela. >> juan: the democratic tallahassee mayor touting his democratic socialist agenda and his disdain for president trump. >> we are going to ensure everyone pays their fair share. the regular working people of this date already pay our fair share. we want to replace i.c.e. with the department of justice. an entity that has not been tarnished the same way i.c.e.
has. >> i am a champion for treating health care is a right and not a privilege. and expand medicaid and the state of florida for over 700,000 people who write and i don't have access to health care. >> do you think the president should be impeached? >> i absolutely do. >> juan: in california, another hard left turn, as gubernatorial candidate gavin newsom backs universal health care for illegal immigrants. >> i did universal health care when i was mayor, fully implemented it. regardless of your immigration status. i am very proud of that. we proved it can be done without bankrupting the city. i would like to see we can extend it to the rest of the state. >> juan: lisa, i think everyone is struck by how quickly the gubernatorial race has turned into a kind of a racial playground. you have to santos on fox today saying that we shouldn't monkey around.
then you have andrew gillum on the other hand saying we can't lose to people engaged in bigotry, sexism and the like. >> lisa: it should come down to the issues. we are sitting on the left turn towards progressivism and socialism. i think it is the left response to the establishment like in 2010. the tea party was response to the republican establishment. i wouldn't underestimate some of these candidates. i remember going back in 2010. i was at the and rcc. the left dismissed the tea party. didn't think that they were going to be dangerous. guess what happen. republicans picked up 63 seats in the house and six seats in the senate. i would say there's a lot of momentum, a lot of energy on the left. for they write, do not underestimate these people. >> brian: turnout was great for the republicans and democrats committed virtually doubled this season. the energy there for both. i saw the ron desantis
interview. look like he was using a phrase unfortunate. i don't think he was saying more than howard cosell was in the '80s. >> juan: howard cosell got in trouble. >> brian: does anyone think howard cosell was a racist? >> juan: he got suspended. >> brian: he apologize. if i am ron desantis i would say sorry it was misconstrued but i was trying to say we should be seriously get down to brass tacks and i'm so different than this guy. it's not a gray area. he's not pretending to be somebody he's not. he's telling you everything i'm telling you. it's not even rhetoric. it's not even a catchphrase. he wants to abolish i.c.e. and raise your taxes. he wants to impeach the president. one tom steyer finances u.n. george soros finances you, that's what they want done. to me, it's an unfortunate statement. if i was ron desantis, i would say i said something this morning and i want to make clear i was just saying we've got to take this seriously.
i hope people don't misconstrue what i said. and end it. >> dana: ron desantis is going to be on hannity tonight. no doubt he will be asked about this and they can say whatever he wants. >> brian: what do you think is the best thing to do? >> dana: i will let him speak for himself at 9:00. i think lisa makes a very good point. i talked to a leading democrat who said gillum, the democratic candidate that beat out the establishment candidate, she said however he might have been sanders' backed but he was also a clinton surrogate. he could have a unifying effect on democrats. it's interesting to watch the rest of the countries democrats catch up to where the new england democrats have been for a while, these types of left-wing progressive type things. i am excited for this florida race, the gubernatorial side. i think this is the future debate we are going to have in this country and whatever happens in 2018 in this good or trail race, it's probably likely what we will see in 2020 between
president trump and whoever the democrats put forward. >> juan: the president tweeted today: gillum is a "failed socialist mayor." >> greg: i feel a little bit bad for the left. you have a booming economy and a 4.2 gdp, record low on employment, especially among women and minorities. trump is a hell of a racist when he is helping minorities get work. you have new trade deals that may turn out to be pretty good, with mexico no less. each variable alone is in itself powerful. when you put them together, they are a murderer's row of evidence that trump is doing something unique and special. all the left can rely on is race baiting which they are really, really good at. you've got to suspend belief to think a guy using "monkeying" as
a verb meant to use it as a noun in order to dog whistle everybody in front of the media. take a breath and let the guy clarify. we know this is a nonstory. we just left to -- love to push it and push it. gavin newsom has bigger problems. trying to push universal health care to gin up the base. highest poverty rate in california while having the richest people in california while being the poop capital of the world. >> dana: he doesn't really need to campaign in california. >> lisa: we should put that on a bumper sticker. >> greg: the real variable is the big o. optimism. how can you argue against a positive high based on booming results? the only thing you can do is hope the american public is bored by good times because that's when they make dumb decisions. when we go look at all these interesting new people on the left and then they allow the
pendulum to swing. they go, let's try that out. it's always a pattern. you have the republicans create success, then the democrats follow and undo the success, and then you have the republicans come back and build the success again. >> brian: i am kind of worried. you peaked in the a block. how can you beat that? >> greg: i don't know. [laughs] >> lisa: it's a compliment. >> greg: coming from kilmeade. >> juan: i want to say i don't you can just close your eyes when you see something so racial. >> greg: it is not racial. let me make a suggestion. why don't you let him clarify. instead of doing a lynch mob. >> juan: what i am saying is he is on hannity and i hope you will clarify but i am just saying i don't get smart for us to be like oh, we didn't see anything. nothing happened here. >> greg: what we are trying to do is provide balance against hysteria. >> lisa: you also have bill clinton saying make america
♪ >> brian: if i would have to pick a favorite camera shot, it's the walk through the door. [laughter] >> greg: we don't have much time. >> brian: as sienna doubles down on the trump story, they are stepping in it again. president trump slamming the fake news network as many of the people that got caught red-handed and using anonymous sources that don't exist. you recall michael cohen's lawyer lanny davis said he was the source of bogus information in the cnn report. the network stars are defending antifa. the president warning of violence from the left of democrats retake control of congress. >> the theme here is, i am
donald trump and i will protect you from the scary black people. antifa is widely perceived as an african-american organization and this is just part of the same story of lebron james and don lemon and maxine waters in the nfl player than the ucla basketball players. this is about black versus white. this is about donald trump's appeal to racism. >> an organization is perfect. there was some violence. no one condones the violence but there are different reasons for antifa and these neo-nazis to be there. >> brian: no organization is perfect. antifa was just beating up the press and just beating up the press for a while and other people happen to be standing there. that was two weeks ago. then they smashed windows in february. i don't think they are black. they wear black masks. let's start on the first one. cnn, part of the reason they are not walking the story back, lisa, is the fact that caller
bernstein -- carl bernstein is on the byline? >> lisa: they are worried about a further credibility hits. the story they ran on don jr., saying that he had access to the wikileaks emails before they hit when it turned out he had access to them when everyone else did. these kind of hits are taking their toll on credibility and president trump is labeling them fake news. it's why they launched the facts first campaign. clearly there is a concern at the network with the way they are being perceived. as president trump continues to call them out as fake news. >> brian: they did fire to reporters last time they had an issue like this, part of the reason they are maybe not backing down is because of the fact "the washington post" joined others saying carl bernstein is behind us and it would be the embarrassment of mr. "all the presidents men." >> dana: that's a possibility. it's also possible that carl bernstein or others have said we have confirmed this with another
source, and the editorial director said show us your sources and they do that quietly behind the scenes. then the editors say it checks out with us. then they don't feel they have to walk it back. i don't know what the truth is. i don't have the source. i didn't write the story. but i imagine they must have some system, unless they are just saying who cares. >> brian: saying if this was true, i would like to talk to you again, michael cohen. >> juan: i think the problem there is that michael cohen is in court. he's in the process, i think, of trying to make a deal potentially with robert mueller but certainly with the southern district of new york so he gets less jail time. that guy just pled guilty to a serious crime. i think the big news here is that the president says if the democrats get the majority in november, they are going to be so angry there will be violence. i am thinking if the democrats win, they're going to be violent? when i first heard it, i thought
he was saying if the democrats when met, then his supporters would be violent. that's not what he was saying. he was saying the democrats and their supporters would be violent. it just doesn't make sense. >> lisa: it's already happened. >> juan: you say antifa is violence. who ran over that girl in charlottesville? >> brian: do you think antifa is making the country a better place to live? >> juan: anyone who takes on fascism and racism is a good person. >> brian: can you point out the fascists? >> greg: if antifa is an african-american group, the nation is a book club. president trump, whether he should have said that or not, -- remember portland, oregon, after 2016. the media said the protest turned violent as of rioters are leaves in the fall come out of control of their own behavior. the media glorifies violence because when it is based on their own beliefs, which is this
naive romanticism based on the idea that you are not just wrong, you are evil. because you are evil, i can justify my violent behavior towards you, and that's why all violent groups, if they just hang around long enough, they are going to get their "new york times" profile. in ten years, the manson family will be like the waltons and anti-for will be seen as folk heroes, the same way they look at the weather underground when they make movies about them. what don lemon said was basically he believes people who disagree with him are evil. therefore you can justify violent behavior against them and that is the seeds of fascism. how can you take any moral advice from jeffrey to ben? please google him. a >> juan: who was walking around with tiki torches? who is saying i can carry open weapons in front of a synagogue and enforcing jewish people to exit out of the back due to fear. i don't think that was anti-for.
>> greg: >> brian: attacking cod attacking the press and santa didn't report their own press crew is being attacked. >> lisa: they have been labeled domestic terrorist by the department of homeland security. >> greg: they wear masks because they are cowards. remember who did that? the kkk. >> juan: the kkk and neo-nazis. >> greg: antifa is just like the kkk. i agree. who instigated -- >> greg: i blame brian kilmeade. >> brian: 22 minutes after the hour. democratic socialist star alexandria ocasio-cortez caught up in a brand-new controversy. greg calls out the hypocrisy as we slowly zoom in on a series of pictures of her. if you have psoriasis, ...
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>> greg: here's a joke by economist mark period. what did socialists use before candles? electricity. recently celebrity socialist alexandria ocasio-cortez criticized ridesharing apps for creating financial hardship on cabdrivers. not untrue, these new services have eased the grip cab companies have on cities. the upside for the consumer: more choices, better service, more flexible jobs for people who can either choose to drive full or part-time. it is turned thousands of folks into small businessmen. for the first time in years, you can call for a ride in new york city. the downside: cabdrivers are indeed suffering. i take this young socialist more seriously if her campaign hadn't spent four grand on uber over ts on juno, and other car service.
it is the eternal hypocrisy of all socialist. whatever they end up condemning, ultimately it is something they need because socialism doesn't create anything you can use. when they do try to create something that always makes things worse. what socialists could do to new york is what they have already done to venezuela and nicaragua and cuba. you begin with electricity and traded in for a candle. that was the joke. thank you, brian. just checking. they are like celebrity vegans who eat cheeseburgers in the dark. no one knows their hypocrisy as greased dribbles down their chin. like al gore flying to a conference on a private jet. here we see the live commotions why after 100 years of soul and bone crushing socialism, smart people refuse to be taken for a ride. dana, it's a real problem when they're so dramatic technological change or innovation, whether it's the industrial revolution or even
the agricultural revolution. there were casualties. >> dana: and there will be more. >> greg: we are replacing -- all "fox & friends" hosts will be robots. >> brian: this is the first i am hearing it. >> greg: they wanted me to break it to you live so he wouldn't make a scene. when you fire someone in a restaurant so you don't make a scene. you are being replaced by robot. >> juan: i have another idea. >> brian: are you asking dana a question? >> juan: since he called her lisa page, get him a job at the fbi. >> brian: lisa page -- >> lisa: i didn't catch on to that. >> dana: causes some competition. there is something kind of cool that the new york, new york, taxicab service figured out. you can download an app, call for one, decide if you want to share one, and you can prepay. it's annoying when you stop and you've got to pay. you can zoom out of the car. the free market provides for
innovation. innovation creates new products that we want to use. it doesn't mean that there aren't people stuck holding the bill, like if you had a medallion that was worth x and now it's worth y. you base your entire family's life savings. >> greg: a medallion is almost like a mortgage for your car. it could be as big as a house mortgage. >> dana: that's what michael cohen had an he was trying to get loans because they were really powerful. this remind me of russell brand. he lambasted people ada hugo boss reception because he said hugo boss made uniforms for the nazis and then he left inis ins chauffeur driven car. it was a mercedes. mercedes actually did. produce hitler's private vehicle. i think innovation actually is the best thing we can do. the training for other jobs is also important. where living through fascinating times. >> greg: we are, even with kilmeade alive.
brian, leftists hate uber. is there anyway to take away an innovation? imagine if we said no 500 500 channels. it would be impossible. once something is here, it's here. >> brian: russell brand, overrated as an actor and comedian. i can't believe he didn't work out with katy perry. to your original question, barack obama complained atms took away the jobs of tellers. you have to change. personal responsibility. look ahead and decide, easier job being accessed out. you told me, give me 24 hours i am replaced by robot. it is up to me to change. i'm not going to blame the president of my job gets asked out because of technology. i have to think ahead. it's up to me to get the next change.
>> greg: sometimes technology moves faster than humanity. this stuff is going way too quick. there is no way to stop it. >> brian: you look like you are panicking. >> greg: i am. i know i will be replaced. >> dana: you do have concern for people who are facing the possible loss of a job. >> juan: brian, what do you think coal miners are complaining about? there is change then they say we don't feel like -- when hillary clinton says we're going to help you find your next job. no, no, no, she is kicking us out. >> brian: they are saying if you have machines that can do better than a minor, go ahead but don't get rid of the industry because they found a way to make it work and there's a market for it. don't prematurely ended because you don't like -- >> juan: there is not a market. the market in the u.s. has shifted to natural gas. >> lisa: but there is a market for uber and that's why uber is succeeding. the reason why there's such a market is because the city regulated how many cabs, how many medallions they give out, capping the supply. also there is no incentive for cabdrivers to provide any good service.
then uber comes in. now it's a competitive marketplace it's going to force cabdrivers to innovate, to do better and provide better customer service. i would say it's regulation in the first place, why there was ever a marketplace for a company like uber to come in. >> juan: the other part of this and you could make the argument that bill de blasio, the mayor hair -- >> lisa: getting $500,000 from campaign donations from the yellow cab industry. >> juan: that's the point i was going to make. i guess you could speak for me. >> lisa: i am juan williams. >> juan: i thought you were lisa page. the other aspect, as a black guy who tries to get cabs, i couldn't be more in touch with what you are talking about but i will say the mayor and others, not only here in new york but around the country. you get the streets of the city flooded with uber and it creates different issues and i think that's part of the equation in terms of they want to regulate. >> greg: we have a lot coming up. class is back in session.
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♪ >> lisa: edges back-to-school time appeared it means we have new stories of campus craziness. try to wrap your head around this. florida state university reportedly requiring all of its incoming freshmen as well as its transfer students to complete a program on how to manage stress. but if the program is too stressful for them, they can opt out. brian, i will start with you. you got in my read there. we talk about craziness on college campuses, does it tell you everything you need to know about what's going wrong, that kids can opt out of a program around stress if it causes them too much stress. >> brian: they say 20% of college students have been diagnosed professionally or
treated for anxiety. they are trying to give these kids, i guess, a step to what these stresses are in college. i think we are better off ignoring it. if you have a case of depression, i get it. think anxiety and stress and worry are the fun part of life. you don't know what's next. what's wrong with that? people are misinterpreting anxiety and stress is something that is bad. to me, it's exciting to do something new. you have to interpret it that way. i >> lisa: you like to be stressed out. they also listed a serious issu issue. an fsu student was hazed and died. >> brian: i wasn't talking about -- don't make me feel bad. >> lisa: i'm not. we are doing this too. the dean who started this said is a seasoned psychotherapist, one of the big problems is that students are more fragile than he's ever seen before. isn't that kind of the problem? students are so coddled and it makes them fragile? >> greg: it is kind of a stereotype that we tend to
repeat as adults. we always say they generation next is more coddled than we were. we created a better society where they get to do less. i want to go back to the fact that daca denies philosophy is interesting. >> brian: you wrote it down. >> greg: i go "now i understand kilmeade." you create so much anxiety and stress because you feed off it. that's what it is. [laughter] >> brian: i am not a college freshman. i like new and exciting. >> juan: you think you are the role model for trump? [laughter] >> brian: he does create a little bit of turmoil. at baylor, they are teaching a course in grit. you can't teach that. >> lisa: juan, you've raised a smart and successful kids. you didn't coddle them, right? >> juan: no but i must say i understand that --
when i read, i was shocked by those suicide rates among young people. young people are all about, did i get into college? how are my grades? did are mom and dad mad at me? i was on the board at a college and people would come to us with red zone issues. young people come to college and they are dealing with sex, drugs. they are dealing with, sad to say, high rates of suicide. if you are a college administrator, i think it is more to address it. >> lisa: we are seeing a shutting down of ideas. there does seem to be coddling going on the maybe didn't happen in previous generations. does that kind of behavior produce future leaders or future business owners? >> dana: i don't know. mandating anything can create more stress. one more thing they have to do. i think this coincides with a decline in church attendance or religious beliefs.
our practicing faith. handling anxiety that comes with life, as brian was saying, that's something you can also channel into a faith. whatever it might be. so if you are struggling at school but maybe you had some kind of religious background and you might try to find a group at school or a church to join because that can help you manage that and you won't feel as alone as you might if you don't have that. i >> lisa: i think brian needs a hug. >> greg: let me defend brian. you are actually right. there is research that shows that exposure to stress builds confidence in whatever action you're going to do next. you can argue the reverse. if you remove stress from an environment, you create vulnerable people. >> brian: another reason to feel bad about yale, i couldn't get in. they have a course about how to find happiness. >> lisa: you could say adversity makes you stronger and builds character and makes you a better person. stay right there because a brand-new edition of wild card wednesday is next.
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it is wild card wednesday. pick a topic not in the show. i am going to pick them randomly. one of these topics will be -- none of of us know what it's going to be. viking cruises bans children. viking river cruises announce individuals under the age of 18 are no longer permitted on board. a representative said the change came after an increasing amount of guests told the company much they appreciate an environment where they can travel without children. viking previously had a 12-year-old minimum age policy. >> brian: it is mine.
what kind of game is this? it's my story. >> dana: you got chosen. >> brian: why did i put that in there if you're going to say the whole thing? >> dana: that is my job. >> brian: what am i doing here? >> dana: you tell us why you chose the story. >> brian: i think it's terrible because i think older people like seeing kids run around. they don't annoy them. it reminds them when they used to be young and naive. i >> juan: wait, wait. it's not older people. it's not us. it's young adults who want to have a date and spend time quietly and don't want -- greg. >> greg: he didn't even read the story he pitched. i will tell you why this is awesome. it is great for my babysitting app i am releasing. think about all the jobs it creates. while parents go away, somebody is going to have to watch the kids, and that's where greg's babysitting app comes in. >> brian: on uber. >> greg: you were the babysitter right to the dock. >> lisa: i don't mind the story. as long as you have options for both, people want to be around kids and an option for people -- >> greg: i don't think there is an option for people who want to be around kids. i would like a cruise with children.
[laughter] >> brian: can't you put the kids to one side of the boat or one floor. >> dana: well done on your story choice. another one. kids are spending hundreds on personal stylists for back-to-school shopping. basically no longer a mainstay of the rich and famous. personal shopper mono taken by surprise. she found herself working with five kids on their upcoming wardrobe. she bought a $2,000 -- an $800 suit. she charges $200 per hour. >> juan: that was my story. look at this picture. she dressed him up like harry potter, the glass and everything. how ridiculous. you don't just go to the store and your mom gets you a new pero shoes? >> dana: the economy is really good. maybe this is what happens. >> greg: i call b.s. whenever there is a story like
this, i always go, this was pitched by a friend of the paper. like someone new -- knew mona. there's a problem with status inequality created by instagram. people see things that their kids, other friends are wearing, parties are not invited to. is your phony lifestyle stories. i know. i used to write them. >> lisa: how tough is it being a middle school or high schooler. >> dana: that's why uniforms are great. >> greg: i wore uniforms for eight years. >> dana: hold on. i picked it. instagram playgrounds for the hashtag obsessed art taking over u.s. cities. abandoned buildings being transformed into dreamscapes for extravagant instagram shoots.
charging people $18 $245 to capture their experience in immersive playgrounds. your people figuring out ways to spend money. this is what happens when the economy so good. >> greg: it gets people taking pictures out of your way. when you are walking to work, there are people on the street in your way when you're trying to get to work. now you have pockets or you can put them they have these fantasy playgrounds. this is to make yourself appear better than your peers. >> brian: you could say hello to these people. why are they in your way? i >> lisa: i greg would have a funny response to this story. mission successful. >> juan: there are no conventions where people dress up in characters. these are adults. they spend their time -- >> dana: greg knows a little bit about that.
>> dana: my story was that cursing can cost you $500 in myrtle beach. i'm a little worried about that. greg, was is yours? scientists may have uncovered what dinosaur dna looks like. >> brian: what does that mean? >> greg: there is a joke we cannot say but let me say we might be able to have our own little dinosaurs. we can make them. >> lisa: more fossil fuels? >> greg: that is how i capitalist things. we bring back the dinosaurs and kill them for fuel. i am a monster. burn the dinosaurs for fuel. >> dana: it's not a terrible idea. >> greg: and might be the worst idea ever. >> dana: "one more thing" is up next. welcome! hi there. so, what do you look for in a vehicle? sleek designs. performance. dependability is top on my list. well then, here's some vehicles that deliver on that.
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or more a traditional approach to dating. rather than swiping they are trying to find a place that has many full conversations and i suggest maybe buy some plane tickets and fly around. one in 50, that's what the study says. >> that's a lie. >> my turn. fao schwartz is making a comeback. it's hot out, but the classic toy star it is reopening in november. yes they are looking for someone who can dance on their piano. you remember this scene. [piano music] >> that was robert losey and tom hanks in the movie, "big." the original store closed in 2015 and toys 'r' us shut its doors this year. i'm entering brian and greg
versus hannity and dobbs. >> hannity and dobbs, that's a new team? >> absolutely. greg, your turn. >> i have my podcast that's up right now. i interview a legendary animator larry riesenberg who helped create a scooby-doo, the jetsons, the flintstones, josie and the pussycats. he basically created my saturday morning. check out foxnewspodcast.com. let's go to this. greg asked me, do you go away on labor day? this is the last day enjoying a labor day. i relax in a tiny shopping trolley or shopping cart and enjoy a nice bottle of wine. a russian dwarf hamster. and i will show you some horrifying video, it's unbelievable.
that is a little kid, two years old walking into traffic when suddenly a passerby gets out and saves the kid. she was determined to get across the highway and they suddenly stopped, this could have been a disaster. on a dash, unbelievable. >> tomorrow you can't do a story like that and not have a good ending. >> that kind of scraped up on me. lisa, your turn. >> i want to introduce you to veteran wally richardson. for ten years he's been reading middle schoolers on their way to school to get them inspirational advice. >> judging does not define who they are, defines who you are. >> never possible is always possible. >> is such a cutie. he used to do it with his wife, and now she can no longer do it with him. after 60 years they are still together. >> i like the idea that seniors
and young people interact. >> they set your dvr and nevers another episode of "the five." up next, bret baier. >> bret: breaking right now, president trump says war games involving the u.s. military and south korea are off. this directly contradicts his own defense secretary who said yesterday they would take place, much to the displeasure of north korea. the president is also blaming another country for lack of progress with north korea and denuclearization. here is white house correspondent john roberts was following the breaking story right now from the north lawn. >> breaking news late in the day as he is known to do here at the white house, a flurry of tweets about china and north korea in the last hour in which he said there is no reason to restart