>> neil: nancy pelosi speaking on the floor of the house. they are taking up the counter to the present declaring a national emergency. the vote soon. >> greg: high matt, i'm greg gutfeld with morgan ortagu ortagus, juan williams, jesse watters. an electron is her night-light. dana perino. "the five" ." on cnn, bernie sanders was asked if america would ever go socialist. >> this is the president. america will never be a socialist country. will that hold true if you are president? >> if i am elected president, will have a nation in which all people have health care is a right, whether trump likes it or not. we are going to make public
colleges and universities tuition free. we are going to raise the minimum wage to a living wage of at least 15 bucks an hour. whether trumpet likes it or not, when i talk about human rights, do you know what that also means? it means our kids and grandchildren have the human right to grow up in a planet that's healthy and have it all. >> greg: it is the golden rule of socialism. when asked about how it works, focus on the ends and skip the means. because in the end, we all want free stuff. health care, school, cheeseburgers. free anything is awesome especially if you believe free anything actually exists. it doesn't. take the tuition free joke, more than eight student borrowers defaulting on their loans. thanks to all the free and easy money from the loans. no incentives for colleges to cut admissions and no reason not to go to college. education costs triple, debt exploded, and the streets are paved with english majors.
college administrations balloons because loans inflated tuition. it looked like he was free but now you're broke. which means you can't buy cars, goods, or a home because you're busy paying off uncle sam. that's how you kill industries. that is socialism. it's a drag on the economy added the drag on you. so many think that if you vote socialist, all your debts are forgiven. as soon as you are debt-free, colleges must be cost free, free buildings, books, beer, you, me. socialism's talent is getting people like sanders to life about free. who doesn't want a free life? capitalism is such a drag. it's a downer. if america's slow death is born, let's skip to the finish line to venezuela where maduro detained a reporter for showing video of people eating from a garbage truck. look, free food. in a socialist paradise, that's what you call a bernie burger. welcome back, dana. see, i wrote that down.
welcome back, dana. >> katie: you had to write it down? he couldn't just speak it from your heart? >> greg: if someone is a way, that's the first person you should go to. >> dana: interesting theory. >> greg: this poll is very depressing. 56% of registered voters between 18 to 20 favor most mostly socialist economic models. 48% older said the same. >> dana: 55 and older said no, we don't want that. we talked about having to teach the lesson over and over again about our system and why it works. it shows that you have to take it seriously. one of the things they will say about the group between 18 to 24, they saw the financial crisis of their parents went through. maybe their parents lost their job or they were graduating around the time of the financial crisis. the job market was tough. the other thing that you see,
well, i shouldn't say unfortunately. it's a fact. people who say i'm fiscally conservative but socially liberal and you think there's a lot of those people. if you look on a graph, that's not true. the most amount of people are socially conservative fiscally liberal camp. >> greg: i don't like those people. >> dana: well, a lot of those people are watching. >> greg: [laughs] i'm kidding. i think. >> dana: is a theory that government can do it better. the free college thing shows a real lack of innovation. if you look at the former governor of indiana who is now the president of purdue university, they know that a problem with school tuition going up so how did they figure it out? they didn't say give it away for free. they figured out a way to work with employers so that employers who want to hire you and your -- when you are a junior, they want to hire you, they start paying you then. they helped defray the cost of tuition and you will have a job and it's worked well. it's innovative ways to do things. >> greg: it's a solution that helps deal with a promise.
what we see from bernie and the left generally, jesse, it's just promises. >> jesse: it is typical liberalism. create a problem and swoop in and fix it. i will talk surface. looking at bernie sanders and thinking he's lost his fastball. he seemed rusty to me. his cadence was plotting. he seems boring. the audience was not electrified. i caught some of this last night unfortunately i have to say and this is brutally honest. he's not good-looking enough to be president of the united states. >> greg: wait a minute. >> jesse: in the television age, everybody knows it and i will say it. he's not good-looking enough to be the president. when you have a president, you invite him into your home for four years, you want to be able to look at him. has to be telegenic, comfortable with them. bernie sanders is not handsome enough to be the commander-in-chief. >> greg: i predicted within 3 minutes you are going to get a text from your mother and your
mother is going to make you apologize to bernie sanders. >> jesse: that could happen at any moment. we want to talk about pie-in-the-sky, the green new deal that he's pushing, they just ran the numbers on it. unbelievable. nearly $100 trillion over ten years and guess how you pay for it, juan? the only where you can pay for the green new deal is if you raise everyone's taxes, making over $30,000 a year to 100%. everybody in america can't make more than $30,000. that's the only way you can pay for this stuff. he doesn't have a plan besides taxing everybody. donald trump does. he wants to grow the middle class and you look at the news right now. you have jeep announcing a new plant in detroit, good paying jobs. billions more invested in that great city. i think the proof is in the pudding.
>> juan: i guess harley saw the proof and that's why they left. most americans agree with bernie, that's my thinking. >> greg: it's scary. >> juan: it is. >> greg: he could be your nominee. >> juan: talked about socialism like it's the end of the world. like people who are americans who love capitalism, our society, they don't understand what bernie is talking about what he said last night. talking about democratic socialism doesn't mean that the government takes over the means of production or there is no more private property. what it means is that you have productions so that people can, for example, retire with dignity. so that people have security. >> greg: i am not retiring with dignity. >> juan: would bernie was asked, how do you pay for it? i think that your question. he said something interesting. he said amazon, how much taxes do they pay? biggest company. the answer is they are not paying -- they pay state and
local but not federal taxes. >> morgan: they pay federal payroll taxes. >> juan: they don't say federal taxes. you think about companies like g.e. or some airlines. >> dana: what if they fail? what if they go bankrupt? >> juan: how about the trump tax cuts? >> jesse: amazon is not paying any taxes in new york because the socialists chased them out of new york. >> greg: i want to get morgan in here. seems to me the solution for everything is taxation, not creation. >> morgan: why didn't you think of this before now, greg? >> greg: it just dawned on me. >> morgan: we can have a debate over the economic philosophy. >> greg: let's do it. >> morgan: what i see going on in the democrat party, to me there's more sophistication from a policy perspective, unlike a college president election, then there is in this party. the free stuff they are advocating, they might as well
be advocating for the cheeseburgers that you brought up earlier. actually a cheeseburger sounds good right now. >> greg: if you created a garbage truck and called them bernie burgers, it will go great. >> morgan: it probably would. bernie raise $10 million, almost 360,000 donors. 5.9 million in one day. the establishment democrat party in 2020 is acting exactly like the establishment republican party in 2016 in which they said there's no way it could ever be trump. this isn't going to happen. when you look at the polls, when you look at the money in the energy, i think it's completely behind bernie. this time they can't rake the primary against him. >> jesse: did bernie have a real job before coming a politician? >> greg: he wrote erotic fiction. >> juan: dana was saying the thing about the young people, the numbers and how young people are more apt to say yes to socialism than seniors. i think to myself, boy, that's ironic. seniors get social security,
medicare, va benefits. oh, is that right? oh, yeah. those people are the older folks and they are the ones who say no. they are the ones that are benefiting from -- >> jesse: successful people who know what life is about. >> greg: president trump predicting a very tremendous summit with kim jong un. we'll see what happens. the latest next.
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the ultimate goal is the denuclearization of the korean peninsula. here's the thing about people being impatient with diplomacy. when you look back at the summit's reagan had with gorbachev, in the history book, that's on one page. but it took years to get done. you don't just dial it up and diplomacy results. >> greg: that's a good analogy analogy. >> dana: i didn't ask for permission. >> jesse: permission to make an analogy? >> greg: conceding something, the jokes in the media, that trump is going to give away the farm and all that stuff. what are we conceding when you're just having a conversation? if you believe having a conversation is a concession, then you are by definition the world's most homicidal hawk. if you can't have a dialogue, then all you can have is war and
debt. they are ugly, rotten people on the planet that you've got to talk to. if you remove the dialogue, you've got nothing. the other narrative is that trump is just out for media. positive outcome, dramatic reduction in nuclear threat. but you don't like it because it is positive for trump? you are a loser. it's got to stop to be in the media and be the bad guy in the movie, the bystander rooting for the guy that supposd to beat the karate kid. you are the person in the movie its routing on the bad person. you are rooting against rocky essentially and even if there is good news, it hurts you because that means the person you don't like won. how petty and destructive. >> jesse: i like how you have compared trump to rocky and you compared trump to reagan. this segment is off to a great start. >> dana: is that what you think i did? >> jesse: my mom did text me. jesse.
>> dana: greg brings this up, there is skepticism and you see the unnamed white house sources saying the envoy is going to give too much away. as if president trump doesn't know it's happening they're going to pull the will over his eyes. i had something on "the daily briefing" saying that's not the case. and you are just at the munich security conference. >> morgan: the conversation was on china at the conference. for the first time that it happened. i think what's really fascinating is the pivot to asia president obama talked about that he wanted to do for so many years. we've seen it come full force in american foreign policy. we are simultaneously negotiating with one of the world's nuclear powers, north korea, while we are negotiating with the chinese. it's like from my nerdy geopolitical perspective is one of the most fascinating times in history. what we've seen is that the status quo as it relates to north korea was untenable.
president trump, what he inherited when he came into office and so i totally 1000% concur with your point about diplomacy taking time. i don't think were going to get some sort of huge expectations out of the summit but it's about building trust. it's about building a relationship to get some of these key wins. that's the path. >> dana: juan, do you have the historical perspective on that? you were working at "the washington post." >> juan: the big difference, reagan and gorbachev and george h.w. bush. the differences you have a sense of what americans were willing to give and do to get something from gorbachev. here we just don't know, and i think that's what opens the door to people saying so were going to end the war? were going to say the korean war's over? >> dana: i think we may. >> juan: we don't know. >> dana: is that okay? >> juan: it wouldn't be okay
because then it has ramifications. for example -- >> greg: you are a hawk! >> juan: pull back our military. 20,000 people there. what does that mean if we say were going to put a diplomatic liaison office in north korea. we don't know, and mike pompeo, the secretary of state, and others are saying we are not sure. we just want to have a conversation. wait a second. why are we giving this guy, kim jong un, global threat, such an amazing platform, time with the president of the united states at a time when the president is hungry for victory. the question is -- >> greg: you are rooting for failure. how can we talk to this man? that's the only way you can do it is talking to them. hungry for victory? so what. be happy. >> juan: gina haspel at cia, dan coats, director of national intelligence. >> greg: they are the bad cops. >> juan: if being honest means you're being a nattering nabob of negativism.
>> jesse: i think he's hungry for a victory for the american people and that is peace. that's what he's done before. you can talk all the trash you want. i found very interesting that the biggest news so far out of the summit which hasn't even happened yet is that kim booted all the press out of the hotel and the press is angry, dana. >> dana: i would be too. >> jesse: now they realized that kim is worse than trump. trump would never keep these people out of the hotel. let them stay. >> dana: it would be a bummer to be kicked out of your hotel. >> jesse: re-pack your bags? >> dana: it's a lot of packing. we've got a go. democrats trying to -- >> juan: don't you think the funniest thing, hannity on a motorcycle going through hanoi. >> dana: we have to go. the latest battle over the border wall next.
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♪ >> jesse: a live look at capitol hill were house democrats are trying to stop president trump from building the border wall. lawmakers voting soon on a resolution to block trump's national emergency declaration. the president says he will veto it if it clears both chambers of congress. nancy pelosi claiming the move to resist trump is all about patriotism. >> this isn't about the border. this is about the constitution of the united states. this is not about politics. it's not about partisanship. it's about patriotism. we would be delinquent in our duties if we do not resist, if we did not fight back, to overturn the president's declaration. >> jesse: in my opinion, protecting the sovereignty of the country is patriotic, nancy. neither here nor there.
nancy pelosi supported president obama's executive authority to do dca. >> dana: i think there's a distinction and that's the mone money. i think as republicans, i don't think there's any disagreement the president is absolutely right on eating strong border security. the way the constitution is radiant is that congress has the money and you can't just say i d i can see why there are some republicans like thom tillis who have said based on principle i'm going to have to vote against the president on this, not because he doesn't think border security is critical. it's just not the same type of national security because daca, for as wrong as it was for going around the congress, it wasn't asking for money. it was changing the policy.
>> jesse: a lot of people say, juan, fairly that president bush explored his executive authority when it came to surveillance. obama explored his executive powers on immigration. this is president trump trying to expand or explore the limits of his executive authority. and he will be checked by courts or congress. >> juan: in fact, i think mitch mcconnell, senate majority leader, will make the argument to his fellow republicans try to hold republicans in line and say listen, this is going to be decided in the courts. why would we antagonize either the president or divide our ranks here on capitol hill. but what you see is republicans are saying on capitol hill, not that the public support is there for trump in terms of its base but republicans on capitol hill saying he get a democrat and the democrats declare a national emergency over guns, climate change, and we don't want this
president, including mitch mcconnell, so you get people saying there's real consequences to his behavior. it's extraconstitutional. dana was saying you are literally saying to congress who has budget authority, i'm going around you. >> jesse: that would be scary if the democratic president declared a national emergency on guns, started taking peoples weapons. that would be a revolution. >> dana: that would be an emergency. >> jesse: a real emergency. >> morgan: i can see where the administration gets frustrated with congressional republicans because they seem to be more worried about the constitutionality of his actions and giving him the wall in the first place. lindsey graham just tweeted before we came on the show that vice president pence said today that in 2014, obama clearly national emergency for 120,000 miners interdicted the border. we had 120,000, or that already,
just this fiscal year. you can argue whether it's humanitarian crisis or a national emergency with democrats has spent billions of dollars working on the crisis of the border. what's happened here is anything that trump's for that they are against, trump's for capitalism. we are for socialism. trump's for a free democracy in venezuela. we are for a dictator. we are former doral. we heard earlier, as it relates to north korea, trump is trying to have peace, a peace deal in north korea, they have suddenly become war hawks. it is opposite day. >> juan: i think people just don't want us to get run over. here's the thing. you have 58 former national security officials -- >> morgan: who were all for president obama, never trump. >> juan: they say there's no national emergency. do we see of caravan? >> greg: three months ago,
those democrats were screaming about humanitarian crisis because there were caravans running over. a few months later, two dead children and they are like, don't worry about the few dead kids. we don't care about the caravans because we don't have the visual anymore. we don't have the visual. once trump is talking about humanitarian crisis, it doesn't matter to them. these other people that were screaming about a process who then don't give a damn about two dead kids. >> juan: i've got to say, there was supposed to be a caravan filled with people who were diseased, terrorists. >> greg: two died. >> juan: it never happened. a >> greg: you prove my point all the time and you don't care now. you don't care, juan. no crisis. >> juan: shouting and rhetoric is not going to carry -- >> greg: it's a fact. he ran out of your crisis. >> juan: it's not me. >> greg: yes, it is x like shouted crisis.
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♪ >> juan: it's an issue democrats have been talking about since the 2016 election. >> nearly 3 million more people voted for hillary clinton than donald trump. that's not exactly the sign of a healthy democracy. democracy hangs on the idea that whoever gets the most votes wins. >> we might want to take a look at the whole electoral college, in which case is seeking a man for president who did not get
the most votes. >> i think it needs to be eliminated. i would like to see us move beyond it, yes. >> juan: colorado set to join 11 other states and washington, d.c., to bypass the electoral college. the plan calls for the popular vote to determine the winner of national elections. the idea still needs more support to become fully effective but it's gaining momentum. he get a situation, jesse, where people look at it and say gosh, you know, it's no longer one man, one vote if, in fact, the electoral college is carrying the day. what do you think? >> jesse: if i ran into the electoral college of art, i would buy the electoral college a drink and i would grab the electoral college by the face and planned a big fat wet kiss on the electoral college's mouth. without it, we would have president gore and president hillary clinton. it's probably my favorite part of this republic. oh, the republic. that's what we are, not of democracy, not mob rule.
a republic. i think the framers had it right and for people in wyoming who think -- it's also very important. >> juan: didn't trump say he would rather have a popular vot vote. morgan, you get a situation where people say you know what, the electoral college was set up to appease the slaveholding states. >> dana: that's not true. >> juan: we have a modern situation where you have a populations on the coast and you get a state like wyoming, two senators for half a million people. california. 33 million people, they also get -- >> morgan: are you saying the electoral college is racist? >> greg: i knew it. standing o to juan. he made it into a race argument. >> dana: there are people who believe that. i had someone not from the heritage foundation. i am from wyoming and colorado and i think it's terrible. if you go to his page come he explains it.
the founding fathers said okay, these states are going to have the rights that others have. that's how it was set up. the thing is, just because, as our country grew, more people decided to move to california then wyoming doesn't mean people should get to choose to change the constitution without actually having to go through a process and a constitutional convention. why would colorado, i'm asking you honestly. they have a new governor who's going to sign this bill. why would you give away your power is the state? why would you do that? what if there is a major election fraud in north carolina for example. are you going to tie your boat to north carolina if there is major election fraud? why would you do this? >> juan: the counterargument would be with gives disproportionate power to very small group of people. >> dana: while, i should let someone else comment. >> greg: go ahead. >> morgan: people being unable to accept the outcome of the election, full stop. it's about red state versus blue
states and at small states versus big states. if you can't win back the electoral college, the next thing to do is try to change the laws or change the constitution so you can win next time. i have a better idea. how about win and election by campaigning, because -- go to wisconsin. go to michigan, go to places you didn't want to show up. when an election the old-fashioned way. i think if we want to change the constitution, the process, as dana laid out, a constitutional amendment, not these silly state laws because bitter liberals can accept it. >> dana: hope someone challenges them in court. >> juan: you certainly have seen changes like allowing women to vote. that's the change -- >> greg: it's essentially bullying. you want to bully the small states. i am for it. you know what else we should do question we should look at football. change it of the team with the most yards, not points. don't even score the game at all. just see how many people show up
at the game and those who have the most people at the game win and then you don't even have to have a game. or you can have the game but don't score and it has nothing to do with excellence or competence, just who shows up. it's because they lost. >> juan: governors and states, we should change the law so it's no longer who gets the most votes? >> greg: i think it's great that you are for voter suppression. >> juan: i am for logic and i can see you are opposed. we are going to be right back and were going to have a look at those 200 passengers stranded on a train since sunday. what the heck happened? details next right here on "the five" ." i can't tell you who i am or what i witnessed, but i can tell you liberty mutual customized my car insurance so i only pay for what i need. oh no, no, no, no, no, no, no... only pay for what you need. ♪ liberty. liberty. liberty. liberty. ♪
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♪ >> morgan: talk about a travel nightmare. nearly 200 passengers stuck on an amtrak train for almost two days. my nightmare. it happened when their train headed from seattle to los angeles hit a fallen tree on the tracks, stranding everyone on board for over 36 hours. skewers weren't able to reach them because of the deep snow. video shows people sleeping, playing games, and even playing musical instruments to pass the
time. the train is back at the station in eugene, oregon, but it took hours because they could only move at 2 miles per hour. thankfully no one was injured. juan, you and i are amtrak warriors. we are on multiple times a week. this really freaks me out. i think i would have a nightmare about it. what would you do if this happened to you? >> juan: hopefully the cell phones, you brought a charger with use you can talk to people and tell them how miserable you are. the reality here is to me why don't they let people off? >> morgan: the snow. >> juan: they said it was dangerous. they didn't know what wires may be exposed, trees were down. but i just want some personal freedom, more again i like to move. they don't seem to care. airplanes are the worst. i'm telling you, you get stuck on the tarmac, they will not take you back to the gate. they do not give you your personal freedom. at least amtrak gave these folks
free food. the airlines don't do that. >> morgan: it sat for hours and then when it started moving it was 2 miles per hour. i feel like you might have actually gone insane. >> greg: you know in movies where there are guys that are heroes and then there are guys that have to be slapped by the hero. [laughter] i'm the guy they slap. come to your senses, man! >> jesse: get a hold of yourself. >> greg: you have to help your wife. this is why you always bring snacks, booze, medication. the question is, do you share? this is a bad time, i maintain, to be a noisy eater. you don't want people to know you've got a bag of doritos or you are traveling -- >> jesse: crinkling in the eyes go to you. >> greg: you are a wanted man. you've got to make sure you have soft food. tasty food. you don't want to have any food with a recognizable order, like fish. you don't want to bring
sardines. >> dana: got it. let me make a list. >> greg: baby food in jars or peanut butter is good. >> morgan: i travel with peanut butter. >> greg: every summer, we would drive to lake tahoe and my dad were -- tell me the story of the donner party. when they ate each other, they cut each other up and mix them up in packages so that you didn't know who you were eating. >> juan: like if i covered jesse and catch up. >> greg: let's say jesse is the one we ate. you caught him up and you mixing with the cameraman so you don't know if you're eating just the other cameraman. >> juan: jesse would be crunchy. >> greg: you would find a lot of red meat. talking about eating our cohost. >> dana: can i quote scott adams. i would like to quote scott adams. he was a tweet he did that made
me laugh so hard. donner pass, there was a huge snowstorm and the cars were stuck on the couldn't go anywhere and he tweeted i hope they brought a lot of sandwiches. i thought it was so funny. >> greg: donner party was the story every kid grew up with, if you want to lake tahoe, they told you that story every time you had to go through donner pass. if you've never heard the story. >> morgan: i am from florida. >> juan: a great book, i read the book. i didn't grow up on the west coast. >> greg: they didn't anticipate how long it was going to take to get from a to b across the country. they all kept journals. they ate each other. >> dana: it took them a while to get to eating each other. >> greg: one of the survivors opened a restaurant. >> morgan: jesse, i didn't think would be eating each other by the end of it. the amtrak vp said refunds another composition will be provided. what do you think should be in
the compensation package? >> jesse: a lot of cash, straight cash. the difference between the east coast on the west coast, the west coast when a train gets triggered, they play guitar and give each other massages. if this had happened in new jersey or new york. i would buy the bar car, the whole car. i would wait a few days when people got really hungry and i would price gouge. also you make friends with the conductor. you want to establish rapport with the authority. so if there is a struggle, he's going to let you out first. also you steal the toilet paper. that's the first thing you do. and then also, identify enemies. people will rally around each other when you can identify a crazy person. you will feel less stressed out when you can point to someone like that's the bad guy. that's the lunatic, probably you. that's the guy screaming,
yelling. it's us against him. >> dana: kick him out of the train. >> jesse: kick him out. >> morgan: this is why i travel with so much crap]. i have a purse this big. i have peanut butter, hand sanitizer. >> greg: that's alcohol. >> dana: can you eat hand sanitizer? >> greg: you can barter with hand sanitizer. >> dana: that's the only food you take? >> morgan: protein bars and peanut butter. i have everything come i have hand wipes. >> jesse: do you know what people are going to start eating after a while, the burning burgers. it's your entree. >> juan: your terrible vision of america where we are all each other's throats. toilet paper. >> greg: you are talking venezuela. >> juan: the bathrooms would be out of control pretty quick. >> jesse: this train is a microcosm under bernie sanders.
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"free solo" is going to win documentary of the year at the oscars. it's about alex and his quest to climb el capitan and it was amazing. i got to see the premiere and i knew when i thought it was going to win. i know the producer and director and there are a lovely couple. >> juan: i talked to a guy at "national geographic" who said i was watching "the five" and you said you didn't know what it was about and you got to see it. i went to the air and space museum, it was impressive. >> dana: good movie, everyone should see it. >> juan: so what you're turning 100 years old, everyone is asking what you want for your big birthday? joe cuba in wichita falls, texas, has the answer, he wants birthday cards.
100, one for each year a fist century long life. since he made his appeal, people across the usa have sent him a thousand cards, his birthday is march 2nd. those are all cards for the world war ii veteran, if you want to send him one, i think it would be a wonderful act of kindness. the address is 918 and for all of us here at the five, happy birthday. >> greg: what does that due to climate change? and tell us what to do. it's time for this. you know when you have a crying baby and you all have had crying babies in the past? i like to put on a cost of that makes me look like a dog and then when the baby cries, i get up there and i stop the baby from crying. you need a good dog costume, that cost me a lot of money.
i don't use real dogs and my costumes, there it is. >> morgan: i thought you said the dog was going to eat the baby. >> greg: in my dreams, we've had enough human eating. it helps my brand. >> jesse: don't get me started started. a milwaukee bucks game, i think it was a halftime show, you think you can dance? check this guy out. look at this. you don't think he can move like this and wow. he's doing the backwards worm and all. >> morgan: we are a fan of you you. >> greg: we know why we like him, he's that size moving that quickly.
>> dana: thanks for watching, dance man. >> morgan: if you've been to one engagement party, you've been to them all, something tells me this one would be hard to forget. [shrieking] >> greg: who's that? >> morgan: taylor swift traveled to l.a. to surprise one of her fans at an engagement party, he had emailed and asked her to come saying and she showed up and performed her 2017 ballad king of my heart. it was organized by alex for his fiancee, i'm never been over this, nothing in life feels rea real. >> jesse: at the big guy dancing in the video i just showed, not a fan of the box.
bucks . >> greg: who was that lady? taylor swift? "a special of next" >> bret: we are coming to live tonight from a bustling vietnamese capital of hanoi, much history for americans dating back to the vietnam war of the 1960s and 70s. now in the beginning of 2019, hanoi about 8300 miles from washington, d.c., is the stage for the second summit between the man in charge of one of the world's largest and most powerful nuclear arsenals and the dictator who rules an aspiring nuclear power that the u.s. would like to entice to change its ways. with tough negotiations ahead here, back in washington, democrre