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to view any time on demand. the dow, not too bad. it's up about 80 points from the beginning of this memorial day weekend. the unofficial start of summer. i'm trace gallagher in for shepard smith. "your world" with neil cavuto right now. >> neil: thank you, trace. we are off. across the country, americans are hitting the roads, planes and trains for the memorial day weekend. we kickoff the unofficial start of the summer travel season. in case you're counting, 43 million of us will be making some sort of a trip. so just how jammed will the roads and airports be? we thought we would help you out before you get out. welcome. i'm neil cavuto, this is "your world." we're all over it no matter where you're going. we have jeff in chicago with the big traffic headaches and rick reichmuth on big storms that could be on the way. jacqui in new york city is on
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how this big travel day and weekend is shaping up. >> good afternoon, neil. aaa is the authority on this. they're saying nearly 43 million people as you said, are going to travel in some way for the long holiday weekend. the big question is how are they going to do it? 37.6 million of them are going to hit the roads. that is up about 3.5% from last year. aaa says watch out what time you'll travel. because peak times will be difficult. try to go off peak if you can. 3.25 million people will hit the skies. that's up 5% from last year. bus, trains, ships, almost two million passengers up 4%. i'm guess ago few of these folks will attend a barbecue, maybe host a barbecue. if they are, they'll have to brace for rising food prices. let's go through that. hamburgers are up 1%. if you're serving hot dog, less than 5% of an increase than last
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year. the buns, you'll get a break there. .3 increase. chicken prices are down. if you're planning to use lettuce, look for a whopping 34% increase. hot dogs are up because of the african swine flu epidemic. the is that right increase in lettuce is due to the e. coli outbreak last year that we say with romaine. so iceberg shot up. this is the residual leftover impact of that, neil. >> neil: jackie, have a good weekend yourself. >> thank you. >> neil: and jeff flock is in the middle of chicago. hi, jeff. >> like they said, 2:30, 3:00 local time in chicago, it's going to get bad. sure enough, it's getting bad. not just chicago. as you report, about 37 million
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people on the roads, an increase in 4% compared to last year and the second busiest day on the roads memorial day weekend since 2005. national gas prices, kind of cooperating. we had a run-up most recently. i think -- what is the number? $2.88 right now. we were as low as $2.23 in january. that was the lows. up 30% since then. look at the one year and that will give you more cheer. if you look at the one year, you see a year ago, memorial day weekend, we were cheaper than where we are right now. that's a positive. as i said as we started, the guys at aaa said 3:00 local time, which it is right here in the midwest right now on interstate 294. it's going to start getting crowded. in fact, it is. according to aaa, today the worst places to drive at this
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hour are chicago, detroit, los angeles. leave you on a positive note, which is -- if it wasn't for this booming economy, everybody with jobs and money in their pocket, by golly, we wouldn't have a crowded road, would we? there's the problem. >> neil: i love you to death. i want you to look at the road. just to be safe. >> how can i not look at you? if i had the option. >> neil: there you go. thanks very much, jeff. love that guy. meanwhile, we've had storms on the horizon. going to affect people in the midwest and the northeast. rick reichmuth following it up a. what are we looking at? >> makes me nervous watching jeff do that. i don't like it. all right. it's cool. here you go. big storms again today and tomorrow, sunday and monday. we continue. three different areas we're watching for tornadoes today. one across illinois, one across kansas, west texas.
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one tornado warning right now. outside of the watch back north of the big bend. a lot of tornados the last week. in fact, some of the tornadoes have caused major problems obviously that we've seen the problems. but getting an idea where that is from west texas, a lot of wind records across the great lakes and another tornado yesterday across areas just to the north of d.c. that exact pattern is not going to change. this high pressure is really strong and it's not letting anything budge out of here. keeping things really hot across the southeast. feels like mid july. it will continue all week long. back behind this, that storm track just continues to bring round and rounds of rain there with the severe weather. that goes all the way through monday and tuesday. today we have this severe threat. everywhere you see the yellow. tomorrow, a bigger chance. this is tonight's tornado threat. tomorrow the bigger chance of severe weather, especially
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across western kansas and the panhandles of texas and oklahoma. with the severe weather, we continue to get the rain. this picture across oklahoma, kansas, missouri has been incredible. the rainfall totals. that's why we've seep all of those flooding pictures. take a look how extensive this is. we have flooding going across rivers in the dakotas, minnesota. all of the water has to funnel down to the mississippi. we saw a crest a month ago. we're seeing more in the top five, top two range. monday, more rain. the exact same spot throughout the much better part of the next week. more here across the south again. we have a major problem for our farmers. i'm very concerned about this with the planting season and the fields being so wet. obviously the flooding going on causing major problems. >> think about what they're doing with the trade issue and now mother nature. >> exactly. >> neil: all right, rick. thanks very much. have a good weekend.
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rick reichmuth. so what do you need before you go? one of the calmest travel advisers that i know is lee avamonte. great to see you. >> good to see you. >> neil: i guess it's a given that you allow time for delays and hurry up and wait, right? >> yeah. always. especially on holiday weekends. get to the airport early. >> neil: what is early these days? >> they say an hour for a domestic flight. on a holiday, get there two hours early. i'm flying tomorrow. bill there two hours early for sure. wear your patience pants. the airports will be a mess. you know that's the case. be patient. go in with an open mind. get there early. you should be okay. airlines are made up of people and people don't reacted well to getting yelled at. be call. >> neil: and with ts am people poking and prodding. so get to the airport early. the patience you might think, a good piece of advice, people
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forget that. we're in the same boat or plane, right? >> yeah. we tend to think the airlines are like this big monstrosity of a thing but it's just people. whether you're on the plane or at the airport, you just be patient. just act like you would with your friends. be polite. that's all. >> neil: now one of the ideas -- i know you talked about this in the past. consider the driving option. depends how far you were originally going to go if you're in new york and going to los angeles, might be tough. what is the rule of thumb on that? >> for me, within 500 miles, i'd can driving. you don't have to deal with the airport. might you have to deal with traffic. if you're going to drive, get up early. leave at 6:00 a.m. >> neil: i can't get my kids up before noon. not an option. and you say coming back a day earlier or a day later.
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>> correct. if you're going to leave today after work or early tomorrow morning, might not be the best idea. i'm flying tomorrow at 4:00 to avoid as much as i can of the holiday traffic. >> by the same token, you miss a chunk of the holidays. >> instead of coming back monday, maybe tuesday. >> neil: very good advice. you talked about this before, too. we think of the nearist airport or the biggest airport. there's alternative airports. so many people don't even know that or nearby or a lot less traffic. >> exactly. if you're here in new york, consider newark, kennedy. also westchester. there's islip. if you're in lax, think of burbank or orange county. there's always an option. oakland and san francisco. so if you're in a major airport, sometimes it's worth it to avoid
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the hassle. >> neil: a lot of people don't like the that because it takes longer. the flip side, it takes me longer once there. >> i'd rather be in my car listening to the radio in a little traffic than be sitting in a line at the airport wanting to shoot myself. you know? >> neil: thanks very much. or drive looking at the camera lake jeff flock. what is he thinking? all right. all good advice. safe travels. maybe advice for president trump and speaker pelosi. this relationship is frayed. we want to get it back. help us get them back after this.
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i just responded in kind. look, you think nancy is the same as she was? she's not. >> neil: well, enough of the bickering and let's just get to work. the parties are sniping at each other. always a problem especially under different control. the white house under one and the house let's say in this case anoth under another. democratic strategist, nathan rubin and ash wright and susan is here also. so people may harken back to ronald reagan and tip o'neal. they were pals trying to deal with each other. maybe the same will happen here between the president and nancy pelosi. but there's been a lot of scorched earth. how do you unscorch that? >> i don't know that you can.
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it's not because of what happened last week but what will continue to happen. the democrats will keep pushing for investigations, the subpoenas, the court fights over financial documents and tax records. it's going to lead for more calls for impeachment and keep nancy pelosi elevated in the criticism of the president and making the remarks about him engaging in a cover-up and covering up a crime. i don't see it going away. she's under a lot of pressure to put forth that message. that's not going to end. that's probably more than what happened last week, probably why things won't get resolved between her and the president any time soon. >> neil: i wonder if there should be an example like with reagan and tip o'neal. started dicey but they learned to work with each other. there was a sense that ronald reagan had, i was getting a lots of his way but he would always advise his people don't shove it in the other guy's face.
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i could be the same on the part of the speaker. we have mutual interests here. he was that way when democrats picked up a lots of seats in the mid-term election of ronald reagan's first term. he thought i got to do something to be productive here. you sense that happening now? >> you know, we would hope so. but no. there's very different leadership styles today when compared to ronald reagan. one of the things that is different, they're having this fight, these personal arguments in front of the entire country and the world. when we look back in time and in history, they were able to actually do that, have these arguments in back rooms and it was more of a gentleman's game than it is today. it's unfortunate but it's the world we live in. susan is correct. both bases are as divided as nancy pelosi and trump are. if you look at trump's base, they sent him to washington d.c. to deliver on promises like
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economic growth, border security and not let liberals push him around. he's doing that same thing. nancy's base is asking the same thing of her against the president. that's where we are and i don't see an end. >> neil: something has changed. i don't know what it is. i'm not casting aspersions on either side. but nancy pelosi came out of that meeting different. many of them want the president impeached and maybe that's where she got the thought about him, you know, covering things up. but saying that and knowing full well you have a meeting with the president hours later, she had to recognize that would change the tone. do you think something in that meeting, something she heard
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from those members, this rage against the president and pushing impeachment despite her warning, something changed. >> the sniping back and forth is not unprecedented. what is unprecedented is a president that says you can legislate or investigate. you can't do both. our founders and creators' job is to write and pass laws -- >> neil: would you acknowledge though that she jumped the shark by already saying oh, it's a clear cover-up. he's been covering things up. accepting it as fact -- >> if she said that prior to the mueller report's release, i would have said she jumped the shark. we can read that 400-page report for ourselves. there's ten instances of
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obstruction of justice. we need people to put country over party -- >> neil: that's different than a cover-up. you know whatever you feel about that and then to kind of seem surprised when the president said this meeting would be unproductive, right? >> it's hard to say -- >> neil: what if i trashed you right before this segment. you're an honorable, wonderful guy. >> thank you. >> neil: if i trashed you, framed it that way, you would just say what the hell am i doing with this dude. >> if you look back to newt gingrich and bill clinton, yeah, they had an acrimonious relationship but they got stuff done -- >> neil: i don't see it. i don't. >> i agree. i think it's going to be tough going forward. it's true about gingrich and clinton. a lot of that was preimpea imp t
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>> i will shortly leave the job that has been the honor of my life to hold. the second female prime minister, but certainly not the last. i do so with no ill will, but with enormous and enduring gratitude to have had the opportunity to serve the country i love. >> teresa, i like her very much.
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she's a good woman. worked very hard, very strong. she decided to do something that system people were surprised at, some people weren't. it's for the good of her country. >> neil: i want to go to john brown right now. the former u.k. member of parliament. john, what happens now, finding a new prime minister. she will be there for donald trump when he visits her majesty's kingdom. a few days later, she's out of there. who is taking her place, you think? >> i don't know. to start with, the first time that conservatives wanted to get rid of her, nobody dared stand. things were chaotic. now they're so chaotic, they couldn't get any worse. also, there's a way out. the next leader, whether it's boris johnson, hunt, grove, any of these people, they have a way out in my view. that is when they get in at the
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end of july, straight into the summer holidays and straight into the party conference system. so it's not until october that is sitting seriously again. october 31, england leaves by default. article 50 clicks in and we're out so the new prime minister has a wonderful way if he can't manage to get the house together to sort it out of letting things lie, play the ball in the long grass and wait until the end of play, which will be october 31. >> neil: what happened with this? this was voted on. the british people decided. might have been close. surprised the world. they said we want out of this european club. here we are three years later and they're still not out. many conservatives that say, all right, get out without a deal. where does that stand? >> the basic problem that has occurred, prime minister may was a remainder. i was sitting in the house of
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commons -- >> she didn't want to do that. >> and she -- when i was in the house of commons, she said she would deliver brexit. i spoke to boris johnson and friends of mine. we were all convinced that she was going to do it. what she has done and what most of the media overlooks, she produced in her withdrawal agreement strangely enough when president trump was last in england officially and gave a fake brexit. so she's now calling brexit was no brexit at all. it left us within the customs union, left our laws the same -- >> neil: didn't do anything. >> with no vote. >> neil: john, go ahead. finish that thought. >> that's the essence of it. she told a fake and because it was president getting out of the european and got the brexiters upset, because we were worse off, we no longer had a vote in the european union and had to pay a $50 billion fine, it got the remainders upset. so she lost the house in record
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votes against the government. >> neil: what a mess. john, we'll see how it sorts out. be well. he doesn't have to soil himself with they details anymore. call it a low five. the dow down five weeks in a row. let's go to deidra bolton on what happened. dedra. >> if you look at the s&p 500 and the nasdaq, logging the third straight week of losses. the tone on friday turned a little more positive. president trump saying the on going trade wore could be over quickly. but the long-term investors are worried about the u.s.-china trade war hurting economic growth. so tech, the largest sector by weight on the s&p 500 lost 2.5%. one of the worst performing
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sectors for this week. chip stocks under pressure. qualcomm, broadcome, among the worst. and apple down this week 5%. several analysts raising concern over the company's exposure to china. worries about the trade war, the length and consequences hitting the retail sector this week. walmart, target, home depot, kohl's, macy's. it's a long list. others saying the tariffs have forced them to either alter their financial outlooks, remodel their supply chains a and/anor consider raising prices. so a lot of that hitting the stocks for the week. it's not a pretty picture. back to you. >> neil: i don't know. have a good weekend. thank you. >> thank you. >> neil: that's the week that was there. and president trump wants william barr to get to the
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i put it under the auspices of the attorney general. he will be in charge of it. >> neil: the president giving his attorney general vast, sweeping power to get to the bottom of how the russian probe started in the first place. the democrats saying they won't let go, a waste of time. andrew, good to have you back. >> good to be here. >> neil: so what happens now? when you declassified a lot of documents, what -- where is this going? in other words, what is likely being declassified? where is the lawyer looking into this going to go? >> how can anybody complain about transparency? what the president is doing is absolutely his legal right as the top authority where there isn't a national security interest. he's trying to give that visibility to the prosecutors and the public to understand what happened. it has to be investigated. we have an internal government
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agency investigating a political opponent. how the subpoenas were approved is a valid question to ask and mr. trump wants to put that in the public's eye. >> neil: you're right to bring up the double standard here. democrats were demanding the entire mueller report when it came out. all of the name of transparency. not so when it comes to this. it's a valid point. what do we find out if this was more than a report based on a disputed and pretty much trashed dossier? that there might have been other stuff that we didn't know? will republicans regret that, that other stuff came to light? >> you always have to be careful what you ask for. once you start turning over rocks, you may get something that you don't want to find. what we have here is something that we see often in criminal justice.
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we see investigators start an investigation based on shoddy information or information that wasn't reliable originally. what we're doing in this case is really taking a deep dive to see if it went too far, if it should have stopped and if there should have been somebody that stopped that process. >> neil: when we look at where in ultimate goes, is it your sense that anything will change? in other words, all right, we find out more that it was spaced on specious grounds. what in the end does this mean? >> neil, i think at the end of the day what is going on here may be some hurt feelings on if part of the president. what i see as an insider in the federal justice system, investigations take place all the time based on shoddy information. unless we're going to do a total overhaul of how we work with our justice system to start an investigation, i think that this is going to be a lot of a
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political battle and not something from a legal perspective. >> neil: you think there's people that are genuinely afraid of what might come out? >> i think there's some people, anyone that took efforts to turn a blind eye, so to speak. i've seen some investigators over the years. the top people at the fbi and the doj, they're not those sorts of folks. they're not driven by those sort of politics. >> neil: andrew, thank you. well-put. joining us out of california. it's rare that you see ben carson getting upset. in my brief exchange with him, i think i saw it, after this. oh! oh!
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>> i'm not going to say what we will do in the future about anything. we don't know what we're going to do in the future. >> are you currently anticipating doing that? >> i'm not currently anticipating changing the rule. >> neil: something happened after that exchange. the democratic congress woman, jennifer waxton and ben carson. the next day, hud did propose a rule that would change it for transgender women and homeless shelters. now the congress woman is calling for carson to resign. >> neil: she says you lied, secretary. what do you say? >> i don't think so. the rule from 2012 is not in any way being altered. the rule for 2016 has had some additions made to it. it appeared to me that she was
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asking whether we were going to eliminate the prohibitions against discrimination against lgbtq community. we would never do that. i wonder what she would say if she knew how much i've had to resist that people wanted the rule taken out altogether. >> neil: maybe you can -- and relatively arcane area to many follow hud policies on an area that this was deemed to be anti-lgbtq. can you just answer that? how do you d it? >> the rule is to prevent discrimination against lgbtq. of course, we would never take that down. or wouldn't, not during the time i'm here. even though there is a lot of pressure to do so. i think we have to be fair to everybody. being fair to everybody means
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exactly that. it doesn't mean that you take one group and let their rights supersede other groups. so we try to be extraordinarily fair. they why we're opening things up to public comment. we're looking at having a forum at hud where we invite the various stakeholders and lgbtq community as well as shelter providers, as well as people that take advantage of the shelters and a group of others. i want all of them to be able to express to each other what their concerns are before we make any definitive rule alterations. >> neil: you would describe sir, having difficulty in the back and forth with some congressional members. at one point miss hearing the world roe, which one of the congress people question was
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saying reo. you said you misheard her. she's not buying it. she said you were ill prepared for it and this is jennifer wexton saying the secretary laid to me in congress, lied again when he called me to clarify his testimony. proven himself to be deceitful as hud secretary. he should resign. what did you think of that? >> i think we've reached a very sad point in our country. a hearing that is supposed to be about what the policies are becomes, you know, attack, attack, attack. not really being very interested in what the answers are. i hope we can move beyond that and deal with the issues. as far as reo is concerned, reo, we used to have over 65,000 properties ten years ago.
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we're down to 6,500. i can say nobody has ever used that term since i've been at hud. but i know what they are from having grown up in detroit. there were a lot of -- >> neil: you think she was trying to trap you? >> i'm not sure what she was trying to do. if she wanted an answer in terms of why the rates are somewhat higher for fha properties than they are with the gses, that's because they take on higher risk customers. >> neil: so, you know, when you took on this job, there was a sentiment -- obviously your a world renown surgeon. people don't know your past. impeccable credentials. you've separated conjoined twins, put you in the history books. when your basic intelligence is being questioned at some level,
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has to tick you off. >> well, it probably would, but you know, for me, it's really not about me. it's about what we're called the do. i want to change this agency from one that just harbors people to one that puts people on a trajectory to success. recognizing that our people are most valuable resource. if we don't develop them, we won't be able to compete in the future. so i know that i'm going to be attacked a lot because i'm in this administration hand i'm with trump. people just want to destroy. that's okay. i expected that and knew it was coming. i probably should be a little more prepared in these hearings for just hostility and attacks. my general m.o. is you be nice
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hologram tour of the singer. would you go? we have deion here and michael paris and social media strategist, chris ruby. would you go? >> would i go? no, i wouldn't go to this. >> neil: you're not a fan of her music or -- >> it's interesting. in terms of the hologram, we've seen this happen before. but nothing has really accelerated with it. there's a lot of interesting opportunities for hologram-type experiences from a b-to-b marketing expectative but a market -- >> i feel like it's a niche thing but could be fun. instead of sinatra like "strangers in the night" -- >> it's like growing to disney and seeing the presidents. it's the newest concept where they did it with michael jackson. >> it's old. they did it with tupac. the last time it happened is
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with tupac. >> neil: how do you keep a whole concert going? >> and a traveling show from town to town. >> it's something that younger consumers are not dying for. it's not just going to to a movie or concert. they want it to be bigger. it's has some cache to it. >> neil: i'm with you. i remember when they did this with michael jackson. it was what hologram. it was so stunningly real and a new song. >> and not only millennials. there's a big opportunity. this could be disruptive in the hospitality industry. we've seen different hotel concierge services using the hologram. >> if there's a market for it, if people love the star, the music, the catalog, they'll go. am i going to go watch a hologram dance around? probably won't. >> neil: it's a permanent job
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security. a hologram does the broadcast. my legacy forever. people would watch it. the trailer for terminator dark fate is out. many fans are complaining over the special effects, this they ran right by me. dionne say just said it's a great idea. why is this a big deal? >> just making the observation. what happened is "terminator" the franchise set the bar. came out in 1991. showed that cgi could used to propel a story. without terminator, you wouldn't have titanic, jurassic park. now it's hit a wall. >> neil: what was wrong for the promo? >> doesn't seem like it's breaking new ground. >> neil: you agree? >> sounds like a video game. they're way more into this than i am. we talked about this.
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>> take a movie like john carpenter from 1982. it was all practical effects. >> neil: so not you're not -- >> or the forgettable. >> neil: you're not going to see this? >> that's the thing. the other argument there, the paradox. they don't care if it's a good movie. it will make the money -- >> neil: you know what? i was wrong. i was wrong. >> next question. >> neil: now, amazon is reportedly working on a voice activated wearable device that can read your emotions. your emotional state. >> first of all, creepy. >> neil: very creepy. >> i know you have a strong opinion. but why i don't like it, they're marketing it as a health and wellness pro ducts when we know it's an aid for them to understand the consumer. >> if you better understand the consumer, you can better advertise and market to it. >> i don't know if that is a good thing. >> neil: doing more than we ever wanted alexa to do. >> why i think this is great from.
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a mental health perspective, if you have something like this, that they're coming out with that they can help people, if you have a mood disorder, any issues at all, this can help -- >> neil: how can a device like this monitor? >> it's so pervasive. they'll take all this and going to making a new hall 9000 where you talk -- >> there's a whole market for that. all of these apps like a therapist on demand. they're taking -- >> the reason why -- >> neil: we know how dion feels when he sees a movie promo. >> and this could calm you down. >> neil: by the way, what happens to the device saying you have to calm down? >> you have to relax now. >> neil: do you know when it says you haven't done your 10,000 steps that you have to do them in a day? what about a week? >> i saw there was a device in china, you can put it and it does dah dah dah dah dah. gets you steps up.
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>> president trump is on his way to japan for a four day visit and he goes back. he'll be a busy global traveler. here's more from the white house with more. kevin: you're right. this is the first trip for probably the next several weeks. he'll be making his way to europe as well. no doubt each trip will likely move the market. let me tell you what he said on twitter. the president talking about this new trip to japan. he'll go back there a month from now. he's departed the white house and is on air force one with the
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first lady headed to japan to see the emperor of japan. they will be discussing trade and military. also a bit of golf for the two leaders in the offering. mr. trump is eager talk about his decision to de classify material related to the russian probe, tasking the ag bill barr with the job of doling out to the public that which he sees fit. you saw the memo late last night. it said among other things, from sara sanders, today's action will help to ensure that all americans learn the truth about the events that occurred and the actions that were taken during the last presidential election. that, of course, in line with what the president has been saying for quite some time. he's called it a hoax and we'll
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find out why as we look at all of that material which will be coming out, neil, in the days, months, and weeks ahead. in the meantime, back to you, have a great weekend >> let's not forget in the middle of all the celebrations what this week is for. to remember those who put their lives on the line. because of that i'm able to read a prompter and some of us can just have fun. >> hello, everybody, >> jesse: i'm jesse watters, here with greg. this is "the five." president trump: did you hear what she said about me long before i went after her? she made horrible statements. she knows they are not true. she said terrible things so i just


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