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in play today. they took the oath of immunity. >> neil: he said hope hick's questioning was a waste of time. "the five" is now. >> i am jesse watters with emily. juan williams. david and greg. it's 5 o'clock in new york city and this is "the five." >> ♪ >> ♪ >> president trump officially kicking off his 2020 reelection campaign last night in florida igniting the crowd with a wild 75 minute speech. he doubled down on campaign promises and took aim at the democrats and claimed to bring an earthquake to the ballot box. >> remember the statement from the previous administration: you would need a magic wand to bring back manufacturing.
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tell sleepy joe we found the magic wand. we accomplished more than any other president has in the first 2.5 years and under no circumstances that a president had to deal with before. if i deleted one email like a love note to melania, it's the electric chair for trump. the democratic party has become more unhinged than at any point in the modern history of our country. they want to destroy you and our country as we know it. a vote for a democrat in 2020 is the vote for the rise of radical socialism and the destruction of the american dream. america will never be a socialist country. the only thing these corrupt
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politicians will understand is an earthquake at the ballot box. >> and democratic contenders were quick to criticize the president's speech. >> listening to trump made me feel very much that he is a man living in a parallel universe. a man way out of touch with the needs of ordinary people, and a man who must be defeated. >> this president wants us to keep look in the rear-view mirror instead of the front windshield. he wants to make america great again instead of making america great today. we need a leader of our united states focussed on the challenges of the 21st century. >> joe biden also going after the president tweeting that trump continues to undermine our standing in the world and our core values are under attack here at home and abroad.
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biden taking credit for trump's booming economy saying he inherited it from the obama administration. dana, before we talk about your reaction, we should note that the president raised almost $25 million over a 24-hour period. biden the democrat raised the most with $6 million. >> i don't know in that's a great comparison. president trump is pulling from the entire republican universe and the democrats are spread around 25 people. >> that's true. >> $25 million in 1 day is absolutely incredible. not only that, they are collecting more information than they ever had before to reach out to them again. will you walk precincts and sign people up to vote? make sure your neighbor gets to the polling booth. last night was incredible.
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but that's not what you want me to talk about. my official reaction is he in great position as most incumbent presidents are. he is probably is in even better shape than obama was and certainly than president bush because of the war. i think comes down to 4 states. those 4 states, florida probably the most important, a republican has to win florida. that's why he was there last night. they had a good start. >> that was a great start. greg, one of the central themes of last night was, it wasn't about trump. it was about the people that put him there. he is responsible for movement and taking care of those people. let's react to how he polled his own audience to see what his reelection slogan should be. watch this. >> i will ask you to vote on it. i will make america great again, keep america great. let me hear by your cheers what
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you like. make america great again. >> [cheers and applause]. >> keep america great! >> [cheers and applause]. >> wow! i am sorry, maga country but that was not close. >> that was a good moment last night. the democrats have a big challenge here. there are so many of them. he just makes them seem so small by his personality. it's pointless for me to criticize him. i was wrong on the initial go around. i picked the strong stock before. don't come to me for investment advice. i would have liked more unscripted ripping. that helps me with my show. >> [laughing]. >> but that will come. i am are interested in the media response. once cnn was criticized they turned it off. you are a news network. you are not allowed to turn it
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off. we can change the channel, but you are a cable news network and you have responses from morning joe and calling him fat elvis and they are trying to read trump's mind. they react emotionally to this. the economy and the military and prison reform, all that is left you can go after his personality and micro-flaws in tweets. the truth i wish the media would understand is that trump is a centrist. i went through the list. strong military, prison reform. cut taxes. trade wars. rejection of military action. libertarian. he is right down the middle. the media doesn't know how to handle that. he is what america wants. >> greg brought up the media.
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juan for an incumbent to launch his reelection campaign in front of 20,000 people in prime-time, the media did not treat it the way it would treat a normal president in these times. it was obviously blacked out on cnn after the first couple of minutes and mince msnbc did not cover it seriously. they covered it with snark. they don't discuss it seriously. it's all sarcastic. >> we could use a hype man. you got a job offer here. it seems to me that my experience of it was so disappointing. it was boring. i heard from all of you that trump's big advantage is he is such a great entertainer and so different. you say the media didn't treat
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him like other presidential incumbents, but he is different than anybody else. he's had 16 rallies of kind in 2.5 years in the white house. people are saying, hey, this is like a return. like a summer rerun. i have seen this act before. there was little new in terms of agenda. i didn't see anything new. the audience is shouting lock her up about hillary clinton. she was the candidate in 2016. cnn sucks and build the wall. i think his number 1 promise is to build the wall. now again build the wall. there is no agenda. failure to deliver on the wall and repeal and replace obamacare and the middle-class tax cuts. we could argue how much the middle-class benefitted but the
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rich benefitted. >> i consider myself rich and i got hit. >> [laughing]. >> i paid a lot more. >> you need to get richer. if you are wall street, you benefitted. if you talk about student debt and affordable housing and international chaos in iran and iraq and china, what did he say about the news? >> we could argue about the agenda. i think it was barack obama who talked about george h.w. bush for 8 years. >> never ended. >> now trump hits hillary clinton a few times. >> get a mop. >> to clean it up. >> there is a difference in perspective. i think the president did a great job of having that continuity. in is what we accomplished in the last couple of years. here are the continued themes i am working it.
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it doesn't matter what he said because it was a success from the get go. people lined up for 40 hours to get inside that arena. the tv cameras showed a packed house. look what happened last night with the 2 nights of democratic candidateses. bernie sanders said it was nonsense. tell that to the people who stood in line for 40 hours. -->> republican funds democrat funeral. >> i think the money he raised was something to see. i think the incumbent definitely as the advantage. i don't understand what is to celebrate. it looked like a rehash. >> well, he's had success. replay it. >> right. >> a lot of the other networks don't carry them at all. first it was aoc. now a cnn anchor is invoking
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propaganda and lies? it probably wasn't the right thing to do to spread that. you knew in the moment that was a bad person and they were doing bad things. not only were they're hurting people, they were killing people. >> comparing anything to an extreme like hitler weakens the argument. you are taking a guy who says things you don't like and comparing him to a genocidal maniac. it's creating a false standard. >> they're the best. >> when an anchor said i am about to use an extreme example, cut to a commercial. something idiotic is about to be said. if cnn cut to commercial before every stupid thing, all they would have is cashless. -- commercials. cnn, commercials, no news. this is emotion maskeds as thoughts.
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aoc called holding people at the border concentration camps. -- hitler or holocaust comparison. it's the quicksand that every sensible person avoids unless they work at cnn or congress. the media is protecting their far left idols. in concentration camps, you didn't just die. you did other stuff before you died. right, chris? >> here's the issue: is she right in defining concentration camps? yes, but do that have a feeling of usage the same as what happened with the nazis and the genocide of the jews. that's why it's a great debate. >> no, it's not. we know what concentration camps mean. many lost family to them. we don't need cnn lecturing on
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semantics. it mocks the magnitude of the holocaust. this is linking hitler to trump which cnn said is an extreme example. who knows more about anti-semitic? cnn or israel? israel does. they just named a town trump heights. not stupid heights which would be a great name in cnn lived there. juan, what i am about to say is extreme. turn the car around! when you say that, you should say, it's a sideline -- sign to get off the exit. >> on cable tv that's not our mo. >> we talked about the hitler and holocaust comparison. >> on that point, i agree withul. instead of having the better
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conversation, why did trump lie so much? -- we are talking about the analogy and hitler. >> that's all the left has. >> well, i don't know. >> we are living in a golden age. >> oh, i don't believe that. >> nancy pelosi agreed with you. today she said, this is stuff that the republicans can use against democrats in upcoming elections. but lemon and cuomo are right when they say propaganda and lies are damaging to our society. >> dana, the dangerous thing that don lemon is saying, he is comparing us to people who are complicit. like or anybody who voted for trump or tried to explain what trump does is guilty much the way anybody who allowed hillary clinton to proceed or give him a platform. >> do you think he thought that
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through? >> no. >> it makes sense to me. this is extreme. i agree. plenty of other things to have covered. the issue with talking about the problem at the border. even the "new york times" editorial page last week under the democrats to vote for this money the executive branch asked for because they don't have enough resources to take care of the people properly. they are trying to do the right thing while they wait for congress to change laws. i don't know if that will happen. >> emily, say something extreme. >> okay. one of my biggest issues with this is it shifts the focus from the real issue at hand and it's on from fake celebrity figure who is aac. -- aoc. he said the academic definition is this. that has no issue with
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concentration camps and world war ii. it's sickening. i point out, the left is so -- it's ridiculous how they treat people on the right. the "new york times" article they said one of aoc's hallmarks is fighting for immigrants rights and if that was reversed that person would be vilified. >> jesse? >> i will make an extreme analogy and back the car up. >> [laughing]. >> the nazi stuff is an obsession with the democrats. it's lazy. it's cheap and it speaks to the fact they can't convince people through logic and reason their arguments are effective. they have done this with climate change. it's the next world war ii and trump is hitler and we are running concentration camps on the border.
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dick durbin the illinois democrat compared someone to nazis and all hell broke through. now you have democrats rushing to defend aoc. it's like they normalized these nazi aalgs. -- analogies. last month they tried to cap the bed space at the so-called concentration camps. the whole reason you have these campus to detain migrants is because the left didn't want them to separate families. now you bring them together and now they are concentration camps? >> and now they want more beds. >> who created this problem? oh, mr. bully rhetoric i will shut them down. i will show them! >> that was under obama. >> there is no rule of law in
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eric as failed to prevent homelessness. because of eric's failed leadership, becoming homeless in los angeles has become a death sentence! >> oh my god. >> the mayor said this about the issue. >> homelessness is a massive emergency in our city and a crisis unlike anything we have seen before. i believe in human cause no matter how many decades in the making. it can be a human solved problem as well. we have to recognize our response to encampment and housing shortages and how issues around trash and sanization have come up short. find in the face of more trash and more tents that it is our responsibility to make sure that the city gets better. >> greg, the residents are fighting back. >> i don't blame them. this is a great lesson in the effects of politics and media on
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a problem. if you want to solve a problem, the worst thing to do is add politics and media. if you remove media and politics, you just have normal reaction and that would be okay, let's clean this area up. let's get help to the people there. let's tag and store their items, but we need assistance with temporary housing. no one would question that. that sound like common sense. we were talking about people that would fill up a stadium. help the people that need help and the people just there because the weather is nice. move them along. what happens when you do that, with everything i just said, that goes through the media and politics filter. it says, oh, you want to put them in concentration camps! the moment you want to help somebody they smear it. the media is not interested in
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helping people. they are interested in assigning blame. you are judgmental because you think is wrong. the impedement is the media and politics. normal people could solve this in an afternoon. >> he had presidential ambitions and people thought he would run. he decided not to. do you think it's because he has so many problems back home? >> no, i don't. to me it's like the governor of montana, he is having trouble just getting on the debate stage. i don't think eric has the national profile necessary. i am not far from greg. if i asked everybody here and in the audience, are we expressing concern and empathy for people with mental illness or addicted to drugs or with disease? no, we are not. it's to the point that the politics become larger than the issue. people are oftentimes
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conservative exploiting this situation for political gain. this is not compassionate consevenatism. -- conserveatism. look at the democratic cities and the problem. >> they are liberal cities. that's politics. >> but i don't think that's it. i think the republicans are just like democrats. stuck on this issue. we have increasing numbers of people who are homeless here in new york. >> liberal. >> and we have less affordable housing and more people in mental illness not in institutions. >> i agree. >> do you think this is just republicaning complaining about it? >> -- not at all. if we have someone in power who is not a democrat and not a bleeding heart to address this.
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he passed a 400-million dollars policy for his count. 36,000 live in l.a. it's like watching a live stream dumpster fire. he is saying double down on the efforts. absolutely not. you need to stop wasting taxpayer dollars. he allocated 26 million dollars to clean up skid row and 240-million dollars to build more projects. that won't help. what needs to happen is the common sense approach from the mouth of a republican. how nazi is being thrown around. when a journalist in seattle brought up institutionizing those with mental issues he was called a nazi. >> there was a young man on
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tucker carlson's show who said we call it a homelessness crisis but it's an addiction crisis. >> i would go in there and commit them and into rehab. if there were media cameras there showed administration officials doing that. all hell would break loose. they would be smeared as big brother bulldogs. they raised taxes. and the l.a. homeless population went up 12%. they spent more money and the homeless problem increased. it's not always about how much money you spent. the city of baltimore threw so much money at education and test scores went down. they spent billions in obamacare
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and premiums did not go down. think about all of the things liberals want to do. they throw more money at it and the problem is still there. do the liberals want to keep the problems go and tax and spend and feel compassionate and blame republicans? >> well, a baseball game between 7 years old turns ugly as their parents get intoa brawl. the video, you have to see it next. a brawl. the video, you have to see it next. experience the style, craftsmanship and technology
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watch this. >> [shouting]. >> [screaming]. >> what is happening? >> [shouting]. >> the reason for the brawl? a parent didn't like a call made by the umpire who was 13-year-old. we have 7-year-old people playing the game. a 13-year-old ump and this is the way the adults behave. i thought it was disgraceful in part because of the 7 years old could see their parents doing this. imagining myself as a 7-year-old, this would be scary. oh my gosh, my dad and my mom. it's something you don't forget. >> totally there was traumatic and avoidable. it was before soon on saturday morning. lakewood police department is looking for that man in the
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shorts for sucker punching that man. this is despicable and especially that guy. it made me sick to my stomach to watch this. >> jesse, you and i agree parents are role models. >> right. >> if that's the case. i don't know how you excuse it. >> these parents are trash! i pray for these children to have to live with these people. i guarantee you there was bad blood between some of the fathers before this. there might have been drinking. it was early on a saturday but that's what happens. i guarantee you some of these days had their playing careers cut short and are living through their children and need to get a life. the guy that sucker punched the other guy. you can do serious long-term brain damage. i hope that guy is prosecuted. that was ugly and despicable. you should not have a 13-year-old be an ump.
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that was a factor. pony up the money and the adult be the umpire and you don't take a swing at a grown man. >> i was in a game as a kid where i had a 13-year-old umpire. >> i never heard that before. >> dana, what do you think? >> the congressman i worked with that was his district. he since passed. that never happened on the speech and debate team. i have a friend who was volunteering as an umpire for a local little league. they quit because the parents are crazy. i listened to a pod cast by michael lewis called against the rules. the first one was all about this unemployment issue from major league baseball to the national
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basketball league or something. >> [laughing]. >> and the nfl and the umpires have to be escorted to and from their carc. people find out home numbers and harass their families. -->> greg, you have terrific insight? >> this never happens when i go to aless league game. i am disappointed. that was fun to watch -- am kidding! they were all wearing cargo shorts. this is another opportunity for me to push sports-est. if you hate team sports the way i hated it, walk away. get an after-school job. learn an instrument. be the smart kid that knows investments and use that little league time to prepare for the big leagues. this is bigotry.
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>> [laughing]. >> that's an extreme example. one kid from your community may make it to the pro. the team sports is the exploiting a of all of the lesser talented kids to provide a living video game for that one kid who might excel and go to the pro's and get arrested at a strip club because he carried a gun inside and wanted a lap dance and the gun fell out on the floor and shot him in the ank ankle. sports is bad for children. >> oh, boy. >> i don't know how to respond. i will just let greg have it. just a week away from the first democratic presidential debut. we know how president trump will
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>> democrats face off in the first presidential debate a week from today and we know how the president will spend too time live tweeting the showdown. here are some of his tweets. he said crooked hillary clinton is the biggest loser of all time. she can't stop which is so good for the republican party. give it another try in 3 years. in february he treated today elizabeth warren joined the race for president. has she decided after 32 years this is not playing so well anymore? and recently this one: >> [laughing]. >> this is phenomenal. it's going to be like pitch perfect or best in show.
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everyone will be focussing on his live tweet. this will be a continued stream. >> the challenge is that every day we will have to be reading his tweets. what emily had to do. like 2 minutes of reading. this is hysterical. everybody watching him watching them. it's like mystery science theater. he is more news worthy and interesting. twitter is dying and trump will keep the platform alive. >> dana? >> after reading that, we have gotten used to. it we have normalized it. i think he is using twitter in a way that previous presidents have used technology to their advantage. remember the radio? they are doing the radio. >> you remember that? >> [laughing]. >> i have a great memory.
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reagan and television. and now twitter and social media. i think obama did well with the campaign. it wasn't him. the next evolution had to be something where you had an actual president doing it himself. he should just try to sew chaos in the democratic party and push them far left. >> any right way for the candidates to respond to this? >> well, if the moderators had any guts they would present the live tweet and have the candidates hit back in real time. >> oh! >> can they think on their feet? >> that's a great idea. you should not have shared that. >> [laughing]. >> i don't think they are taking my advice. >> i don't think that's a hard idea to come up with >> dana! >> [laughing]. >> there is a real debate in the
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trump campaign. how much time should he campaign and how much time governing. if you govern and the economy stays hot the reelection takes care of itself. if you campaign and label these guys so they are damaged goods, i think trump could chew gum and walk at the same time. it will be entertaining. we will love it. >> you know what i like? your gesture. that gesture. i think you were skewering him. if trump does this and i think trump will do this. he elevates whoever he is trying to skewer. in a way, it's self-defeating. trump is talking about this guy or lady. what do they have to say? to me it's like he hates it when the spotlight is not on him. he will seem needy in this moment. i think it invites the
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the captain said the shark swam around the boat for the next 20 minutes. it was the coolest thing ever seeing something so big and beautiful in the ocean like that, he said. there have been 3 shark bite incidents in north carolina in this month. all from smaller sharks than the great white. we need a bigger boat. >> we should do a special called great whites. >> oh, god. >> no. >> all right. new edition. >> that was a great joke. >> juan, you were making such sweeping and generalized statements about the left. every show you railed against the left and making offensive announcements. end it please! you are an expert on big city government. thinking of running for office. san francisco had a large homeless population because a
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person can survive on the streets and not freeze to death. number 3, could you see something redeeming for your "one more thing"? your choices are questionable. >> [laughing]. >> and get rid of that doll! >> [laughing]. >> how creepy! who does that? honey, let the dominican republic alone. you are not helping. >> [laughing]. >> thank you. >> there it is. >> thank you. >> check that out. >> my fox news pod cast is with mark the former editor of loaded and now a member of the european parliament. it's a great interview. we talk about brexit. my greg gutfeld interview with jonath jonathan morris who left the
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priesthood. john told him not to do redeye because it would hurt his career. he was right! >> as soon as i announced i was leaving the priesthood, you took credit for me leaving. off sent out a tweet and said was it redeye? jim was right. here i am. >> [laughing]. >> it's your fault. >> yes. >> it's fantastic. check it out. >> dana? >> wonderful news from ohio. the cleveland clinic announced they completed their first ever on a fetus inside the uterus to repair spina bifida. they performed it on a 23 week old fetus. that's incredible.
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>> yes. i thought it was just a bundle of cells. >> no. >> emily, we didn't get to you. >> never miss an episode "the five." "special report with bret baier" is up next. >> bret: thanks. joe biden earns the wrath of democrats for saying in the old days the senate got things done with civility. but his examples pointed to senators who were segregationalists. polls indicate a tough sell for the public and a new u.n. report points to the saudi arabia crown prince for the death of a man. joe biden taking heat from fellow democrats. a lot

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