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in this case and everything can happen, we're here live, tomorrow, as we get down to the three-day countdown, all over the country. with anybody and everybody, who has money on the line and political futures on the line. we'll see you then. "the five" is now. ♪ >> dana: i'm dana perino along with juan williams, jesse watters, greg gutfeld. this is "the five." >> dana: president trump campaigning in key senate battle ground states, he's finishing up a rally right now, in west virginia, before heading to yaunl later tonight. the president going after democrats hard ahead of the high-stakes mid terms four days away. >> president trump: the democrats want to raise your taxes, restore job-killing regulations, shut down your coal mines. they will shut them down.
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they want to take away your good healthcare. and essentially, use socialism to turn america into venezuela. >> dana: trump touting the booming economy after finding out today 250,000 jobs were added in october. >> president trump: america now has the best economy, in the history of our country, and we want to keep it that way. we've created 4.5 million new jobs since the election. a number that was unthinkable, if i would have said that during the campaign, oh, they would have given me a hard time. they would have said pinocchio, they do the whole thing. sdp the president hitting on a central theme,st migrant caravan that's headed toward the united states. >> president trump: democrats want to don'tly open the borders. they have the caravan, let 'em in, you want to let 'em in, does anybody want to let 'em in? >> no! >> president trump: caravan after caravan is forming,
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unvetted illegal aliens, trying to flood into our country, on your dollar, overwhelming your schools, depleting your resources, and endangering your community. >> dana: there we go. there was another former -- former president on the campaign trail today, let's play that from president obama, then take it around the table. >> while you're distracted with all of this stuff they're making up, they also are robbing you blind. i mean look, look, look, over there. then they give tax cuts to billionaires. look, over there. then they're letting polluters poison your air and water. they will absolutely take healthcare away from millions of the first chance they get while you are distracted. with stuff that is not true. >> dana: jesse, let me hand it over to you. both former president obama and
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president trump having fun on the campaign trail. >> jesse: president obama looking spry there, a little pep in his step. he's really lowered himself, to a place where he shouldn't be. some one that's just left office. i don't think there's been a president this early in the campaign so partisanly against his successor in that way. but he's trying to salvage his legacy. because donald trump has don'tly destroyed it. the president got great news today on the economy, a quarter million jobs created in october despite the hurricane. and with other bright spots, 3.1% wage growth, the best wage growth for american workers in a decade. also, nearly 70,000 jobs created in construction, and mining, and manufacturing. remember, those jobs were never coming back, according to barack obama. lowest unemployment level since 1969. most americans with the job in american history. and the xwleed has really downplayed this economy. the media.
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when there was a 3.5% gdp number, the nightly newscasts, they never even covered it. and then today, axios said, well, the economy is shrinking. it went from 4.2 to 3.5, and they say, you know what, a recession may be around the corner. i do think the president is closing strong on the message of the economy. and on immigration. and this blue wave that everybody says is going to happen, i'm not quite so sure about it right now. >> dana: maybe a little ripple. >> jesse: maybe. >> dana: the other economic number, greg, was the lowest unemployment rapt for veterans that they have had in a long time. >> greg: the economy economy is hotter than jesse in cutoffs. [laughing] i have a camera in your dressing room. here's the deal, the media isn't covering this news, because it's not something that you can blame on trump. it's something you have to give credit for. they'd rather just do their
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usual anti-trump blather, which also happens to june up their revenues quite well as jeff zucker has admitted recently. the way i look at the mid terms, i pray they're over soon, the republicans win and the democrats lose. no matter what. no matter what. and i'll tell you why. because politics isn't personal, to republicans. so, if you do well, great. but i'm going to have dinner. if you lose the house, well, that sucks. but i'm going to go have dinner. the democrats, say they win big, that's not going to be enough. because he's still going to be in charge. that evil trump is going to be there. they're still going to be angry. if they lose we saw what happened when they lost before, right? it was countrywide tantrum. >> dana: we should have had the scream. >> greg: it's intensely personal for democrats, primarily liberals with politics, i don't think they're ever going to be pleased by the outcome. where the republicans, politics is just a facet in your life, just one part of it. it's not your life. you know, you lose the house,
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well, that's life. i'm going to play with my kids. i don't have kids. >> dana: juan, whatever you want to say. >> juan: i'm amazed, the best economy ever, says trump, jesse backs that up. not true. you say it's not true, why are you picking on the president. but it's unbelievable. and the whole idea of this invading army is coming okay, my gosh, you want to let 'em in. you know, it's just ridiculous. but to me, it's a point where in this campaign you look at where the president is going, what he thinks. ed today, west virginia, also indiana. he's going into red states. i don't think he will have success stopping joe manchin getting re-elected. when it comes to joe donnely, the democrat in the red state, he may have success, he can stir up the base. that's all he's doing. the whole attack on the caravan, everything that he says about
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the caravan being filled with disease, it's just, you know, at some point you want to think, about these republicans paying attention? >> jesse: didn't obama say we were poisoning the air and water? [laughing] >> juan: it's true, true. >> dana: morgan, your thoughts about, we have -- going into a weekend, it's also when you have to turn back the clocks. . >> it is? >> dana: yeah. apparently, i think that's good news for republicans, right? i'm just kidding, no idea. trends tell us in the past. >> i think it all comes down to undecided voters, which are largely independent interests, largely moderates. something i thought was interesting, and in this before the mail bomber happened, before the temple shooting happened, most of those independent voters are registering, saying they felt unsure of putting the democrats back in power, the message works, they thought they were too extreme. the events stopped the momentum
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that they had. but they sort of seem like, will i vote, will i not vote. in all of the elections it depends on who can motivate people to turn out. what i'm fascinated by, i started going through, you know, statement by state, looking at the polling. i think it's going to be a long election night, i'm looking forward to watching you, dana. >> dana: juan too. >> greg: i won't. >> you can come to my party. >> greg: great. >> as the wind blows, the paces, they're a point apart, two points apart, within the margin of error. we can see, then looking exactly like it is, we can see the house looking similarly or we can see, we can see something go straight up or down for either party. it's going to be a fascinating evening. one thing i would say, is to pay attention not just to the house and the senate but these governor's races. 12 out of 13 republican governors that are running for re-election are ahead. but about 7 to 9 of them running in open seats, it's neck and neck. talk about georgia, florida. these are the races where it could go into runoffs. we could be up all night.
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>> jesse: something that morgan said, there are a lot of house races that a lot of prognosticators think democrats are going to get them all. they're within the margin of error. there's no guarantee that this blue wave is going to happen. you can see the situation, democrats pick up 20 seats in the house. and come up a few seats short. there's no massive democratic party registration going on. there's no massive enthusiasm gap going on. there's no recession going on. there's just not a lot of indicators, look at the generic congressional bat lot, within single digits. the democrats down in the connecticut governor's race. >> dana: good reason. >> jesse: there's a lot of things you scratch your head, the media was so wrong in 2016, could this be a flashback of last time, a silent majority that aren't talking to pollsters that, come out and really shock the country. >> juan: i think you look at the ads, it's so important. and the ads, both on the
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republican and democratic side -- dvp we have a chart. >> jesse: dana loves her charts. >> dana: i sent it to everyone in the morning. >> greg: 7:00 in the morning, great what i want to look at, 8 charts from dana. send me pictures of your dog! >> dana: that can be arranged, of course. but this chart, if you go to bloomberg, it tells you what ads are running in which rejojs of the country. i thought it was very good. didn't you think it was interesting? >> jesse: i didn't look at it either. [laughing] i opened it then closed it. >> greg: who sends charts before 9:00a.m.? >> dana: somebody has to get up early to work on the 2:00. i was 10:30! >> juan: dana, i valued it, appreciated it. >> dana: thank you. >> juan: the point i was going to make based on the chart, that healthcare dominates on both sides, not this immigrations
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drivel, and democrats want open borders. again, it's like the republicans, are they suckers? >> greg: show the chart one more time. it would be a great -- they're not showing it. >> dana: we'll show the chart, can you pull it up? >> greg: it's not worth it, forget it i was going to say it's a great placemat for a diner. >> dana: it's fantastic, figure out where you are. bill hammer would appreciate that chart. a programming note, be sure to tune in on sunday, we will be previewing the mid terms a special live weekend edition of "the five." i'm sure you don't e. don't want to miss that, greg will be in a great move. red state democrats distancing themselves from their own party in an attempt to win on tuesday.
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♪ >> red state democrats in tough senate races distancing themselves from their party in an effort to try to pull out victories on tuesday. in missouri, clare mccaskill releasing an ad slamming her fellow democrats. >> not afraid to stand up against her own party. >> clare's not one of those crazy democrats. she works right in the middle
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and finds compromise. >> juan: in montana, jon tester blasting democrats for, quote, botching the brett kavanaugh confirmation hearing. in yawn, joe donnely, backing increased border security in indiana. >> i'm the only person on this stage who voemented three times for the border wall. i voted against sanctuary si cities. >> juan: greg, guess what, even in montana, jon tester taking a swipe at elizabeth warren's dna test. >> greg: unbelievable. good to police your side. and have, and i think everybody should be stashter in excommunicating their extremists. the problem with our side, as a conservative, physical we listen to the mainstream media we're all bad. >> dana: i'm out! >> greg: we're all suspect when somebody says this person is bad. really, we saw what you did to kavanaugh, and he wasn't bad guy.
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but do i think it's always important, for, if you're -- to point out and say this person has gone too far or what not. i say that for both sides. >> juan: i agree. morgan, bill clinton, not too many places. he had a fundraiser in new york for mike espy, from mississippi. but it's interesting, it's almost like the former president hasn't xils 9d in the campaign season. >> the mighty have fallen f you think back to president obama's re-election campaign and the dnc convention, whether clinton won't stage and gave that speech that many bun dits at the time said was the -- pundits said was the speech that revived president obama's election effort, and now people don't want to be seen with him. for good reason. at a minimum, the guy abused his power with a college intern. at the worst, he's been accused of some of the worst things men can be accused of. i wouldn't want to be seen with him and i don't blame the democrats. on clare mccaskill, the one
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thing interesting to me, for all of the mantra of the democrats about girl poweller she was really quick to throw elizabeth warren right under the bus. >> juan: she feels elizabeth warren once critical of her on some votes. jesse, what we see, is right now it's 51-49, republicans in the senate. and you have heidi heitkamp trailing in north dakota, close races in indiana, missouri. then comes two interesting states, arz and nevada. -- ases and nevada. no trump in either state, even though you would think immigration, which is his key message might play there, apparently both republican candidates want no part of donald trump. >> jesse: i don't know if that's true but the races are dead even. and they could go either way. they're very interesting, two western states, a lot different than the other states in the country. on the bill clinton thing, the democratic party has given up looking for white working-class voters.
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bill clinton was always great at speaking to those people. they don't speak as much as they used to, they've reprioritized identity politics. millenials, they were born in the '09s, they barely remember bill clinton. then the me too thing, you might catch too much heat. on the distancing, the distancing is disingenuous. the democratic party has been crazy for two years. all of a sudden a week before the election, now, they're going to get the stomach to say, hey guys, knock it off. i don't buy it. it shows me right now, the republican party is more unified than the democratic party. looks like the democrats are shooting within the tent a little bit i don't know how that's going to play out, but it's an interesting indicator. >> juan: this is kinder, gentler jesse watters. the democrats have only been crazy for two years. >> jesse: crazier. >> juan: now you're back to normal. dvp let's take the one by one. clare mccaskill, 12 years of a
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liberal voting record and she says she isn't crazy, she's helpful to trump, i don't think it's going to wash with the republican voters. . trump won that state. you look at jon tester, that's different in montana, you have tester very close to the agriculture community. not that trump hasn't done all he can to help rosen dale and the republicans could win there, nailbiter. donnely, though, he's one of the only ones that can say he has voted with president trump. he did so on immigration. this last bit of president trump, closing argument on immigration, might not play as much in indiana. donnely, has a voting record that says that. the otherning in each of these states, president trump's approval rating is above 53%. a big deal for him f you think back, in 2002, the first bush mid-term, president bush's approval rating was sky high, we were at war, after 9/11. in 2006 when he lost 9 majority
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his approval rating was 37%. makes a big difference in the tight races. . trump, has done them a favor, by getting his approval rating up to where it is. >> greg: can we go to the chart? >> dana: i at one time say in a commercial break jesse watters said high charts were helpful. >> juan: what strikes me in the red states, where democrats are struggling, they ee close races. you would think that right now, since they're red states, that republicans are dominating. >> dana: that's why you want to get the fox news voter analysis on tuesday. >> greg: 20% more charts. >> juan: is michael avenatti getting ready to take on trump with a 2020 run? oh, my goodness, could it be? see his political ad, next. it was love at first slice pizza lovers everywhere meet o, that's good! frozen pizza one third of our classic crust is made with cauliflower but that's not stopping anyone
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dwp michael avenatti urging people in his first political ad to get out and vote. watch this. >> we the people. >> we the people. >> we the people. >> are mad's a hell. >> and we're not going to take it any more. >> we would not be silent. >> we will speak truth to power. >> we will fight. >> if we do it together we will win. >> join us. >> join us. >> join us. >> our constitution says we the people. not me the president. stand up. join the fight club. use your vote as your voice on november 6. >> greg, i saw it, the first rule of "fight club" was not to talk about it. >> good point. >> greg: he chose actors and actresses as appealing as he is. everybody is just scowling. this guy has more baggage than jfk, i'm talking about the airport.
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having said that, so did donald trump. he had baggage. the difference is, avenatti is all baggage and no ticket. his resume is thinner than his hair. but i want him, i encourage him to go, it be will incredibly entertaining to see him up on the dais with actual other candidates and see how that goes. >> dana: i think greg sounds a lot like the democrats sounded when president trump announced. what do you think? >> juan: i was thinking a lot of what greg was saying, that, you know, donald trump, what was his resume, what were his credentials? >> he's more qualified than avenatti jaurns let me finish my point. >> juan: i was reading about this, somebody said, in fact, donald trump is better known than avenatti. but if you think about the apprentice, all of the years on tv, plugs the fact that people associate donald trump with money, with health with, gave him more after standing in the public mind. avenatti doesn't have that. but in terms of actual resume, i
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don't know, you think that donald trump is highly qualified to be president of the united states? >> dana: we aren't going to get into that. >> jesse: he is. >> juan: he is president but he's not qualified. >> dana: i'm not going to go there. >> dana, tell me, when the democrats clearly, i think, want some one who will pick a fight with trump, take on a fight with him. doesn't avenatti go too far in terms of, i don't think that mainstream voters, independent voters -- >> dana: another difference between avenatti and president trump, president trump has a great sense of humor. and impeccable could meadic timing. even democrats will laugh, even if they think it's ludicrous what he's saying, they laugh about it. no one has ever laughed at anything avenatti has ever said. i think democrats right now are happy to let avenatti be out in front, let him take the slings and arrows and getting the c-block on the five, while they figure out, of the 3695 of us who want to run for president,
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out of the 35 ofs, how are we going to blaze a trail. >> jesse, if he did get the nomination, what do you think the mainstream news media anchors, can you imagine that debate? i think it would be the craziest final two candidates, ever. >> jesse: it won't happen. but he will be a player at the debates for the democrats. it will be fun to watch him throw bombs, and have the audience clap and have the other mainstream establishment democratic candidates sit there and wish they would appeal to the base. i disagree with greg, i think this was an effective ad. he tapped into the rageaholic resisters in the democratic party. they didn't look like actors, they looked like really angry people. there's a good section of the democratic base that really want to humiliate donald trump, bully him, sue him, go after his wife and kids. and just punish him. and this is the people that he is speaking to. now, he's playing a dangerous
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upon si scheme politically, he has tons of money getting sued out the pants, and parlay night a presidential bet. it's going to implode and probably to have declare bankruptcy. >> juan: that sounds like trump again, suing everybody, declaring bankruptcy. >> dana: did he pick himself out, saying interest has to be a white male that wins? isn't that pretty offensive? >> juan: if that's what he thinks. >> greg: if trump said it, it wouldn't be offensive. jaunls trump engages in divisive, racial rhetoric every day. what avenatti is doing and it's important to make a note of it, tapping into what jesse said, the desire on the part of democrats to have a fighter stand up to trump. and small donors. right now, in this mid-term, small donors have turned out to be a goldmine for democrats. avenatti is tapping into. >> jesse: but he takes that small donation money and pays off his own debts. >> greg: and forgets stormy.
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bad, if there weren't anything such as christmas, people would not listen to this. having said this, this is all bogus, shoddy research. no study to back it up, some lady talking about it. i looked it up, i couldn't find anything on this. >> dana: this is my favorite part of today. greg gupt felled would not click on my chart but he read this study and found out that it was bunk. >> greg: there's no study, they refer to this other stuff, thank you, that's the chart. >> the chart again! >> jesse: greg calls the study fake news. juan? >> jesse: i read the article, it said that people who have this stuff pumped into their head again and again become anxious, i got to buy gifts, i got to fix dinner, the relatives, i have to deal with the relatives. but the thing is, the repetition, jesse, if you are working, if you're a worker, clerk in the store, and they keep playing this stuff you can't escape it, it makes you
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nuts. >> jesse: like fox news in the el ray vator. we have fox news in the elevator where we work. you can't escape anybody, they're in there with you. >> jesse: can the bosses note who said that, please? >> jesse: a better analogy, cnn at the airport. that, too. >> greg: yes! >> it was british woman who did the study, this is why we had a revolution. because christmas is awesome. you are green for the grinch. >> greg: i am. >> i love christmas. >> jesse: remember this incident from five years ago. >> you want to apologize on camera? i asked you a question, i asked you a question. get the (bleep) out of here. >> alec baldwin is in trouble with the law, again fl the hollywood hothead arrested and channelled for allegedly punching a man in the face after an argument over a parking space. will anybody defend? >> jesse: i will -- greg and i
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agree? >> jesse: alec baldwin brought you together. >> jesse: let's tag team it. well, from what i understand, he was parallel parking, some guy comes right in behind him, to take the space. that is totally crazy. i don't even think it was an illegal immigrant. >> oh! >> jesse: you know why this upsets you, don't like people who cut in line. >> greg: you like process, you like order, you like enforcement. >> jesse: i do. >> jesse: build the wall, juan! >> jesse: i've been in the situation where you're parallel parking and they know, they decide screw you. >> greg: they don't think you're going to have to fight back. >> jesse: you don't drive, dane. >> dana: not in new york. my favorite part of the day is when president trump the outside of marine one, he can barely hear anything because a reporter is shouting questions, somebody said alec baldwin was just arrested. who? alec baldwin for punch somebody. he said i wish him the best best
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of luck. >> greg: the possibility is he didn't hear who it was. i wish you the best of luck? where do you park your big wheel? >> dana: in my tiny closet. >> jesse: look who's talking. i'm surprised the media didn't blame donald trump for inciting the violence. >> i want to complain about bikers in new york. i don't incare about people parallel parking, i don't drive either, bikers in new york are the worst. they don't pay attention f you punch anyone, punch a biker. >> greg: don't say that! >> jesse: we condemn violence. >> figuratively, figuratively. >> all right. >> jesse: is a hot dog a sandwich? it's national sandwich day coming up, oscar mayer reignited the food fight, proclaiming a hot dog is, in fact, a sandwich and boldly urging those who disagreed to leave them angry messages on a hotline i don't know, guys, you know technically it's bread with meat in the
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middle. would i not consider a hot dog a sandwich. >> why dilute your marketing advantage by being unique? be a hot -- be a hot dog, not a sandwich. >> greg: this is the message that democrats should unite on. hot dog, if it is a sandwich, then a corn dog is a lollipop. they're con feeing structure with substance. which happens a lot. >> i'm taking the opposite position, i think it's a sandwich and i think a taco is a sandwich. >> what? a taco is a taco. >> dana: it has carbs, you eat with it your hands. >> that's called appropriation. a taco is a taco. >> jesse: i know with. that the mess can people -- mexican people like at that time co-and don't want it to be say associated with the american tradition. >> greg: a british psychologist did a study. >> jesse: is there a chart? >> dana: can i get you one by
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tomorrow at 7:00a.m. >> jesse: there it is, there it is, the yellow is the mustard. >> greg: you're being hazed by the producers. >> jesse: this is an advertising scheme. >> now we get the hole dog for work. -- hot dog for work. stay there, it's fan mail friday. (burke) that's what we call a huge drag. seriously, that's what we call it. officially. and we covered it. talk to farmers. we know a thing or two because we've seen a thing or two. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪
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♪ my love has come along, applebee's new neighborhood pastas. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood.
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>> greg: more massage music for friction free friday. >> dana: kiss gusting. dash disgusting. >> greg: fan mail friday, how we aren't fighting on friday. from debbie o., this is a great question from facebook. if we were all forced to wear a warning label what would yours say? >> jesse: do not consume while operating heavy machinery. >> greg: very good. >> jesse: that's mine. >> jesse: who's going to consume you? >> jesse: view me, watch me, whatever. >> greg: juan? >> jesse: i guess on tv arguing every day leave him alone.
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>> greg: doopt approach when quiet. >> jesse: my god. >> greg: morgan? >> hot to the touch. >> greg: oh, like a stove. dane? >> dana: do not eat with your mouth open around her. >> are you saying that because i was eating the hot dog? >> greg: it's disgusting. mine would be choking hoz ard. hazard. i'm small. greg k., nice name, if you thood had to assign each other to the brand of something to be the fashion of, what would each of yours be? that's a complicated question. we have to pick somebody else and say they would be the face for blank. i would say jesse would be the face of we i, his hair is like a big tidal wave. >> jesse: thank you. >> dana: i think that's a compliment. >> greg: you're like old mcgarrett.
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>> jesse: i don't know who that is. >> greg: originally, hawaii 5-0. >> jesse: i don't know that. >> greg: my lord! >> i worked at is day lauder, you would be a great face of is te lauder. >> dana: wow, thank you. >> greg: you have to do the same thing to her. >> dana: i would do, i think this is important, why don't you make her the face of recruiting for the navy for women across the country. >> jesse: well done. >> greg: you could probably create a chart-for-her. juan? >> jesse: i like roger star balk butter than you. -- star buck. let's see, my friends around here at this table are nutty, maybe peanut butter? the face of skippy. >> jesse: i would make you the face of the resistance. >> jesse: gladly. >> jesse: you're out of control. >> dana: you going to make greg the face of something? >> greg: i could be the face of troubled geniuses. i don't know what that is. >> dana: or tums.
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>> greg: this question business me, you want to read it? >> dana: sure. tina r., my teenage daughter wants to be the next greg guttfeld, what advice would you give? you have to answer that. >> jesse: is that correcty and cynical. -- snarky. >> dana: you have to love the english language, write, read lot, and be willing to, you know, play with words a little bit. >> greg: i was hoping the answers would be more insulting, jesse. >> jesse: i would drink a bottle of wine every night, i would wake up very cranky, and i would yell at the producers all day long. >> greg: exactly! >> jesse: right on track. >> greg: that's 90% of the job. morgan? >> i have no answer how to answer this, don't be like greg, be you. >> jesse: you have to practice snarky, i said that. >> greg: if my teenage daughter wants to be the next greg gutfeld, you have to go with the hormone treatment.
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this is, all right, this is from m., what's the strangest family traditions in your family? a little redundant there, you could have said what's the strangest family tradition, that was a stupid -- >> dana: in your family, he wants you to be specific. >> greg: we understood that, dana. you have a lot of weird family traditions. >> dana: i don't. >> greg: you grew up on a farm. >> dana: that's not a tradition. >> greg: certain things you do on a farm that people don't know see, kret things. >> dana: like milking cows and things like that? breaking ice? i can't think of a single family tradition. mom, i'm sorry, i'm sure there are some. strange? i don't have any. >> jesse: when we were driving in car trips as a young kid we would drive underneath if the train was going over us when we were doing the underpass, everybody would take their hands and put their hands on the top of the celling of the car in case the train crashed through and killed our car. >> dana: everybody dead that.
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>> jesse: you stole my tradition. >> greg: we never had that tradition. >> jesse: i wouldn't want to drive with you anywhere for a long car ride. >> dana: wait until the bus trip. >> jesse: new year's day, when my original family, the one i was born into, would do oranges and things like that. my new nuclear family, we do a thing on vacation, dress in the same sweat suit. >> jesse: you have to show us a picture of that. >> dana: that's very strange. >> i don't know that we have anything strange. we have a tradition my dad made grits and eggs and biscuits at dinner, though, for breakfast for dinner. >> dana: i love that. we only got breakfast for dinner if my dad was travelling on business. he hated it. >> greg: we only had breakfast for dinner when mom and dad were drunk. yeah, you know what, why don't you guys have some breakfast,
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>> time now for a "one more thing. and we have a great one planned. jesse? >> ever since we went to texas we had and the date it, and a
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dacians of the best barbecue around the country. we went to morgan's brooklyn barbecue, right off of flatbush avenue next to the barclays center. chef's and obo hooked us up with some serious brisket that was cooked for 14 hours. greg is working on ribs. just wanted and say thank you, this looks fantastic. speaking of fantastic, a special election on addition, don't miss it. >> who is on? >> you know the usual cast. >> we have congressman duffy, sarah carter who was an expose. >> don't you want that macaroni and cheese? >> i've had the brisket. >> so not all politics is about
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money, polling, backslapping, baby kissing, even in the midst of the toughest campaign season, you can just have fun. 78-year-old congressman john lewis. ♪ lewis was at a campaign event for stacy abrams and he was waiting for abrams and oprah winfrey, and he began dancing to farah williams' song, happy. and the video has gone viral. nearly half a million people, gregory, have viewed it as up this morning. so that's a lot of fun. >> you like this dancing better than teresa? >> much better. >> before you take another bite, you want to do your "one more thing?"
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>> saturday special edition. watched jesse show, stick around and watch my show, it's alive and very exciting. now it's time for something special. greg's "what the heck is that?" i often look for tapes of mysteries animals and i think i outdid myself. take a look at this and all of you have to guess what this might be. >> what that little varmint is? >> you are halfway there. >> is at a rabbit? >> wolverine? >> field mouse. >> muskrat. >> this video goes on for 30 minutes so we will bleed into "special report," sorry. he's sitting on his desk going, what's going on over there? that is a chinchilla. >> oh. >> way to scare the kids. they make coats out of them.
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[laughs] >> i will go next. i have the group, minute mentoring. it sort of like speed dating but mentoring for young professional women. we have a newsletter that we restarted and we will put it out every other week. it's called "selfie friday." we have the word of the week and some mentoring tips for you and some fun articles. you can sign up for the page to receive next week's addition at perino. join us there, it's for fabulous. >> you know what's great about minute mentoring, if you don't like the person you've got 50 seconds to get them out of your office. >> is actually 10 minutes but you have to be super efficient. >> have you ever meant toward anyone? >> i did street mentoring. if i see someone in the street that needs advice, i talked to them. >> is that right. >> remember that guy that was in
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the college associates? >> out the guy that wore the suit every day? >> that's the opposite of what you should tell them. [laughter] >> so i found my next destination. there's a hotel called the maraca that is the first underwater hotel villa. 16 feet below sea level in the middle of the indian ocean. you can see, glass walls and the hotel room is essentially an aquarium which i think it is amazing. it sleeps nine guests and it comes with a gym, private security detail, a butler and two jet skis. the only problem is, it's $50,000 per night. >> it sleeps nine? you and i are going to have to talk about this. >> i love going underwater. >> i would be so nervous. i feel like we are above water
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for a reason. >> really? >> we don't have enough time but one of these -- i went snorkeling and i screamed because i saw a fish and peter was like, that's the point. but anyway, that's it for us. be here on sunday for our midterm review. "special report" is up next. >> i want to hear more about the diving. [laughs] president trump sprints down ahead of the stretched his mentoring was too big to campaign rallies and more tough talk about immigration. we will take you inside the government's election security plan with an exclusive interview and the biggest arrays and average pay in almost a decade. that highlights a stellar job's report. this is "special report." ♪ >> bret: a good evening and welcome to washington. we are just four days from tuesday's crucial midterm election, are to believe, for days. president trump is right now


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