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surgery, went to all fox affiliates in the u.s., he has since confirmed he's alive and well. caught relaxing with a mud mask, cops took him into custody, accused of robbing convenient store in florida, that wraps up this hour of "fox & friends first", "fox & friends first" continues right now, bye, bye. >> it's not about this right now. they all respect the president and what the admiral is doing showing complete insubordination is not good order and discipline. rob: fox news alert, secretary to have navy asked to step down amid fallout from navy seal eddy gallagher's war's crime case.
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jillian: prison guard charged on jeffrey epstein's death go back to court today. rob: she's ready to cooperate with the fed, new twist in this very complex story. >> probably because -- [laughter] jillian: here is a question, do you have a secret santa in your office and do you actually like it. rob: office christmas tradition that many people including millennials want to ban, "fox & friends first" continues right now. ♪ ♪ jillian: good morning, it's
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monday. how is it going? how are you feeling today? how are you feeling? you have something in your eye. rob: i had an eyelash in my eye. jillian: i'm jillian mele. rob: i'm rob schmitt, we begin with fox news alert, richard spencer asked to spend down after disagreeing with the president on navy seal eddy gallagher's war crime case. >> good morning, rob, jillian, according to defense secretary the navy sect zaire richard spencer lost trust and fired for his handling of the eddy gallagher case, esper says spencer showed lack of
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conversation and gallagher navy seal acquitted of war crimes, in his resignation spencer writing, i no longer share the same understanding with the commander in chief who appointed me in regards to the key key principle or good order and discipline, i can not in good conscious obey an order that i believe violates the sacred oath i took, mid last week the navy announced gallagher would face a review board to decide if he would be stripped of his pen, press --
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prestigious badge, president donald trump you have my deepest gratitude, you stepped in several times by correcting all the wrong that is were being done to me n a tweet the president announced he would not nominate the admiral kenneth to the navy secretary position, will have to be confirmed by the senate. rob, jillian. rob: such an interesting story, lauren, thank you so much, we will see how this continues to develop. other news now, the 18-year-old charged in deadly shooting of an alabama sheriff will appear in court today, william johnson is the son of a sheriff's deputy in montgomery county, an hour away from the gas station where he's accused of killing county sheriff big john williams. police say johnson shot williams and then stole his car, he returned 3 hours later and surrendered. williams, a marine veteran and served as sheriff for nearly a
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decade is the 38th officer shot and killed on the line of duty this year as we await a motive on that. homeowners in union city, california calling 911 after hearing gunshots early saturday morning, police discovering two boys, 11 and 14 year's old shot dead in the back of a van. one boy was a student in the school district, the other a former student, police say there could be more than one killer on the run. jillian: today the security guards accused of failing to monitor jeffrey epstein are back in court, michael thomas and toba noel both admit on not checking on epstein as much as they should have, attorneys for the guard say systematic problems in the new york prison led to epstein's death, convicted sex offender found in his cell in august, a woman complained she was
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inappropriately touch bid prince andrew reportedly wants to talk to the fbi, she was recruited and abused by convicted sex offender jeffrey epstein. andrew has denied any wrongdoing, he step addway from royal duties last week. new witnesses could take the witness stand in impeachment probe. >> this ruling could open doors for other officials testifying in impeachment probe, democrats filed lawsuit seeking don mcgann to testify after he ignored subpoenas under orders of the
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white house, judge expect today rule if mcgann will be able to testify, that decision to be appealed either way but democrats are hoping it would build pressure on other officials who refuse to testify at the white house's direction such as former national security adviser john bolton and acting chief of staff mick mulvaney who directed military aid to ukraine to be put on hold before it was ultimately releaseed. >> the president's own chief of staff said they withheld military aid, the president's own chief of staff, they seem to be saying unless donald trump writes out i bribed ukraine, the evidence would be insufficient. >> senate republicans are already preparing for a potential impeachment trial in the senate where they plan to call several witnesses, house democrats prevented from testifying.
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>> i find it unconscionable that they have not allowed the president to defend themselves on the house side, can't call witnesses, can't offer rebuttal evidence, in terms of the substance, i think the quid pro quo is a red herring. >> in terms of timing for the next steps the house intelligence committee is expected to submit a report of its findings to the judiciary committee after the thanksgiving holiday, from there we could have additional hearings, right around christmas, so it is going to be a busy holiday season up on capitol hill, rob and jillian. jillian: yes, it is, garrett tenny, thanks for the update. rob: thanksgiving week expected to kick off the second busyieest holiday weekend, top holiday destinations are orlando, florida, anaheim, california,
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new york city, las vegas and honolulu. that's nice. jillian: bad news if you're travel to go new york city for parade, strong winds can ground iconic balloons, the national weather service predicts gusts of 30 miles an hour which would be too dangerous fly the plans, officials will likely make the call on thursday. rob: i know, right, star-studded night in los angeles as performers hit the statement at music awards. jillian: taylor swift making history with 39-career win, 5 new awards last night including artist to have decade and artist of the year. >> the last year of my life has had amazing times and also some of the just hardest things that i've gone through in my life and not a lot of thousand are things that haven't been public and i -- rob: pop star singing top
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hits after she accused scooter braun of trying to block her from performing her music at the show. carrie underwood winning favorite female country artist. >> thank you, god, for the talent that is you give people, the gift that is you give people and not just the people that are up here on the stage tonight, for every single person we all have gifts. [laughter] jillian: how about this, several people online saying underwood's right leg deserves an award after the singer showed it off on the red carpet. rob throb you go. shanaya twain still around, bringing crowd to the floor. jillian: michael broom berg taking aim at the president.
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>> donald trump has not been a good president, we need to change that, we need to make sure we help everybody across the country share the american dream. jillian: all right, so should president trump be worried, our next guest doesn't think so, she's here live to break down his record. rob: and rooky fail, this nfl player gets his first win but wasn't a photo finish that he would have hoped for. we'll inform them that liberty mutual customizes home insurance, so they'll only pay for what they need. your turn to keep watch, limu. wake me up if you see anything. [ snoring ] [ loud squawking and siren blaring ] only pay for what you need.
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>> there it is, former city mayor and multibillionaire michael bloomberg throwing his hat in 2020 presidential ring. >> but with progressivism and antiwealth rhetoric dominated the democratic party right now, does this super rich moderate stand a chance, here to break down his chances are fox news contributor liz peek, thanks for coming on this morning? >> good morning. rob: late for the show but he has a ton of money, what do you think his chances are? >> that's the question, can you really buy yourself into the primary, that's what he's going to do, he will skip all the early states, iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, nevada, spend a fortune in preparation for super tuesday hoping to gather a bunch of delegates, where i think this goes, remember, that mike bloomberg was a terrific mayor, terrific guy, everyone in new york loves him, the rest of the country doesn't really know him and the ads will be presenting themselves, what the rest of the country knows that he has real problem with black community,
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he's apologized for that, i have heard from black democratic leaders and black politicians it's not enough, it's going to be a huge speed bump between him and winning the primary. but i actually think we could end up with a brokered convention, the way this thing is set up now, a lot of people getting delegates, there's no win or take all primary so he's -- a lot of people who will be go to convention with enough delegates that i don't think anyone gets 50% and then the question is with all those super delegates on the second round of voting are they going to be beholding to mike bloomberg for past gifts to campaigns, he has spent a lot of money in 2018 and in years prior on special interest groups, other candidates, et cetera, a lot of due bills out there that are going to help him. >> you know a lot about what he's accomplished in new york city, you mentioned a few things, we will pull up graphic and you at home can get a look at what he's doing as mayor and
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promoted stop and frisk policies, cut the murder rate in half, implemented a soda tax, sick leave bill and in business founded bloomberg, this is in 1981, annual revenue, $10 billion, rankest 11th richest person in the world, $54 billion, what stands out to you on that list? >> well, actually one thing that isn't even on the list that i think is the most important accomplishment that no one gives him credit for the antismoking ban, he really was a big promoter of stopping smoking in restaurants and bars in new york and everyone in the beginning was incensed by that, it moved to europe. that's a big deal. rob: i couldn't believe that he came out and went straight out and apologized right after he opened the whole thing up, i thought -- i just think you need to double down on that, say, i
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saved so many lives with stop and frisk, he really does believe, the lives that i saved were in majority communities, we were getting guns off the streets, we had a job to do in a city that needed work. >> the problem for black people want to go win the democratic primary, the black vote is huge and we know it's over 50% in states like south carolina, so i think he had to apologize, i do think right off the bat it sort of made him look like every other politician. and i think a lot of us were disappointed in that, the reason he was popular as major in new york, he continued the anticrime -- rob: cleaned the city up. >> giuliani started it, he doubled down and -- the other thing i saw on twitter, some people going after for, the other thing he did that a lot of us appreciated was when occupied wall street started out building cities in downtown, he took them out, no, we will clear this
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square and, look, we could be like seattle or san francisco now. jillian: we are running out of time, we want the get your opinion -- >> the last thing they want is a billionaire stealing their nomination and by the way, that's why i think it's a real problem for him, 40% of the party that's progressive now, they think wealth is evil. jillian: right. >> mike bloomberg can't be their candidate, if he wins a primary, are they going to vote for him, i don't think so. rob: liz, thank you so much, we do appreciate it. jillian: good to see you. rob: 19 minutes after the hour, the president, president obama versus today's far more left democrats, the editor who now claims barack obama is a conservative at his core.
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♪ ♪ ♪ jillian: good monday morning, welcome back, congressman nunes doubling down on threat to sue cnn and daily beast over fake news. >> we hope that cnn and daily beast will cooperate with the court, they'll -- they should comply with the subpoenas once we file this and go through for deposition. jillian: nunes promising legal option after both outlets he met with ukrainian prosecutor to dig
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up dirt for the bidens, he's simply hoping to keep the media accountable. here is a question many are asking, is barack obama a conservative, that's what one washington post editor wonders in opinion piece, david say it is former president's politics are misunderstood by the right and left, but he could be considered a conservative at his core, unlike current democratic heavy weights obama is skeptical of sweeping change, this comes after president obama publicly criticized woke culture and progressives looking to overhaul the government, obama has not endorsed a 2020 candidate. >> 42 climate protestors charged with disorderly conduct after rushing in harvard-yale football field, look at this. [inaudible conversations] rob: well, the students demanding stop accepting
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endowments from fossil fuels, bernie sanders, elizabeth warren and aoc have gave support for protests. seventeenth straight season with 10 wins, these guys are so good after beating cowboys 13-9, showdown of top nfc teams, seahawks forcing 5 turnovers to beat the eagles 17-9. jillian: i turned it off. [laughter] rob: the nfc after last-second win, better game there. >> 33 yards. it's good. the saints win it. jillian: wow. rob: winning field goal sealing new orleans, 34-31 win over the panthers, there you go.
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>> all right, it is 25 minutes after the hour, aoc versus president trump, the escalating war force after the president declare it is congresswoman a do-nothing democrat, who has done for more voters, our political panel is on deck to debate that. >> there are some things that have happened that are not reflective of law enforcement and the profession. >> there's a million different things that can happen. >> all right, police recruitment numbers are down across the country amid what a lot of people are calling the war on police, the war on cops, so what are the officers facing day in and day out. i went to a police academy in montgomery county, maryland to find out. that's coming up.
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certify resigns -- spencer resigns overnight. today dc judge will decide if former white house counsel don mcgann should testify before congress. could open wave in impeachment probe, the official white house christmas tree will be delivered today, 23-foot douglas fur from pennsylvania will arrive on horse-drawn carriage, the capitol hill hill tree will arrive in washington today. >> all right, as our nation's law enforcement officers experience a disturbing trend of disapproval you see here, police academies across the country say they are not grappling with recruitment crisis, one county in maryland is reporting shockingly low numbers with applicants dropping by 66%.
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i spent the day at montgomery county police department where crews say they are ready to protect and serve no matter what. [sirens] rob: alarming trend in harassment targeting police, video emerging of nypd officers being taunted, some doused with water, one even hit with a bucket while making an arrest. it comes amid public perception of the police reaching all-time low, gallup finds one-third of america have confidence in the police. >> it's a challenging time, you know, there are some things that have happened nationally that are not reflective of law enforcement as a profession and, yeah, that hurts. rob: now police academies across the country are taking a hit. >> so we are having recruitment crisis not only locally but nationally, we have not filled the academies, why are you going to come sign up for a job to be cursed at, spit at, disrespect
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disrespected. rob: and i got a taste. i need backup. being an officer is more than just being in good physical shape, it's also about responding to multiple scenarios some of which can mean life and death. >> you have gun is the last resort. >> what were you looking at on the kids that they were a threat? >> a gun. >> kids screaming, we are not sure who is good guys are. >> turn off the lights. work with flashlight.
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rob: there's a million different things that can happen and you guys are expected to have the right answer every time. expect today put their lives on the line, this year alone 38 police officers have died in the line of duty but despite the frightening stats recruits are still inspire today serve and protect. >> my father passed away suddenly and police officer ran into my house with no issue, didn't know who i was, a moment that i wanted to be a police officer. rob: they put me in this room and turned me around against the wall and gave me a gun that has the fake pop caps and they say turn around and react to whatever is happening, there's a girl to gun's head and aims at me and starts firing blanks and you realize in that moment how complicated that job is and how scary the job is and everybody expects cops to be perfect every time and the moment they mess up there's so much criticism, can you imagine doing this --
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jillian: no, i can't, you hit the nail on the head, one of the very few professions where you are expected to be perfect all of the time. rob: oh, yeah, somebody might kill you today and that's part of your job and you have to do it right every day, unbelievable, before you criticize a police officer, what i learned try walking in their shoes because it is manager else. jillian: good stuff. let's talk about, this alexandria ocasio-cortez firing back at president trump after he dubbed her a do-nothing democrat, freshman lawmaker touting her accomplishment call while on the president to keep up, here who has done more for voters, jason nichols and chant el jason, what do you make of the back and forth? >> the house of representatives has passed 800 bills and resolutions and it's not even thanksgiving, they seem to die at the desk of mitch mcconnell
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who won't reactivize the women's act, all of the things that congress has worked hard for and has passed and die at mitch mcconnell's feet who is basically president trump lacy, so i think that this is where we are right now unfortunately we have this gridlock, we should be working on infrastructure and many other things and they just don't get passed because senate and the president are not really looking out for the interest of the american people. jillian: there are things that don't get passed for reasons on both side. we take a look at accomplishments of president trump and his administration so far, you really can't ignore, you're talking about record low unemployment, you're talking about tax cuts, portion offense the wall that some democrats argue they don't want that, still, a lot of this is stuff that you can't really debate that that's been done, right?
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>> that's correct, and president trump should probably tell aoc to keep up the good work, so far she's managed to single handily make the democratic party into a socialist party and it's become the dominant force which is forced nancy pelosi to shift her positions to the left taking extremist position which is are not in step with the majority of americans, she's manage today force amazon out of new york city causing millions of dollars worth of lost revenue and lost jobs to citizens of new york, she's accused the israelis of a massacre in defending the gaza border, she has offended holocaust survivors by calling border patrol concentration camps. >> in fairness -- >> she's doing a lot to damage her positions within the democratic party. jillian: to play devil's
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advocate and to be fair to both sides, i mean, jason, i'm sure you'll agree with what i'm saying here, as far as the far left socialist side of this country and of the democrats, she is doing things that they want done and this is what she's saying in her tweet, she's saying in my first 11 months i cosponsored 339 different pieces of legislation authored 15, took on big pharma with my colleagues and exposed abuse of power and talks about 4 years that the president has jailed kids, some of that is not really fair and not everyone in the country wants to see those far-left socialist things that are happening right now take over, jason. >> yeah, i mean, certain people particularly billionaires and millionaires don't want to see -- jillian: it's not true, it's not just billionaires and millionaires. >> hold on, jillian. jillian: go ahead. >> they want to see tax cuts
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that benefit the super wealthy and that's what's happened under this president, as far as the economy, we know that we can all read a graph and we know it's trending in this direction long before president trump actually took office, he's been a beneficiary of things that have been in the work since 2010, and the tax cuts and the separating of families, these are things that haven't helped communities and haven't helped people in those communities, you know, getting rid of daca, people who have been in the country since they are 3 year's old. jillian: jason, these are the same arguments that people have been making for a long time and we are out of time so we do have to go, we appreciate it, as we know, look, there are some people that will say that the president has taken over an economy of barack obama, others have say he has built the economy of what it is right now and some people will make the cages argument that you just made and we know that we saw the pictures from the obama administration, so thank you both for being here. [laughter]
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>> thanks, jillian. jillian: everyone argues both sides are the same. rob: absolutely, 38 minutes after the hour, bloomberg news promises not investigate democratic candidates but president trump is still fair game. jillian: forget the war on christmas, now that's giving is under attack, look at this, time magazine jumping on board trying to get rid of meat, carley shimkus with the stories lighting up social media.
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rob: welcome back, bloomberg house announcing it would no longer report or investigate any 2020 democratic candidates now that michael bloomberg has officially entered the race. jillian: interestingly but president trump apparently is fair game, carley shimkus fox news 24/7, siriusxm 115.
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carley: mike bloomberg causing conundrum at bloomberg news, but in a letter to staff the outlet's editor-in-chief revealed their game plan saying we will continue our tradition of not investigating mike and his family and foundation and extend the same policy to his rivals in the democratic primaries, however, they will continue to investigate the trump administration as the government of the day, now bloomberg says they will summarize those. is it fair? social media debating just that, the liberal media look it is other way from the corruption of the democrats, another tweet from elizabeth says if it was legitimate news coverage they would investigate it but this person, scott reading the replies i don't get the problem with this, if he's in the race, knew organization that he's affiliated with, shouldn't comment on the race, if he wins the nomination, that should also
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apply to the general election as well. so a whole variety of opinions out there, if you will. rob: certainly. okay, but the race got more interesting. these magazines in this country are just always doing something annoying. jillian: they want to tell you what to eat for your holiday. rob: time magazine is asking the readers will americans ever go meat free for thanksgiving, the article say that is more people are making meatless holiday males -- meals curve effects of climate change. some people say it's a whole bunch of bologna, get it. another person asking question, would americans only eat bacon for thanksgiving, that person not giving up the meat.
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rob: vegan over here, she's going meatless. jillian: thanks, carley. just about 15 minutes until the top of the hour, president trump wants to go to trial if the house moves forward on impeachment, is the ace up his sleeve, our next guest says this is the president saying bring it on, jen ellis, she's here to lay out what democrats to do if they are smart, that's next. rob: first let's check in with steve doocy, i feel that you're having a big turkey? >> we are 100% turkey family. we always have turkey. listen, rob, it's the beginning of the show jillian said there was something in your eyes, i noticed what's up with rob's line trending, are you okay? rob: i took out a 1-inch eyelash. >> those fakey lashes. [laughter]
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jillian: gets you every time. steve: michael will be weighing in on the breaking news that the secretary of the navy is out, also the woman run to go unseat congressman adam schiff, jennifer barbosa and former trump campaign adviser george papadopoulos, so we have a busy 3 hours, kicks off right here in the channel you trust for morning news, rob and jillian.
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rob: welcome back, democrats expected to take impeachment inquiry to the senate as early as this week and president trump says that's exactly what he wants.
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>> i want to see adam schiff testify about the whistleblower who saw fake whistleblower, it said there were 8, 7 quid pro quos, there were none, there's nothing there. rob: will the president debunk democrats, joining us now senior legal adviser for the trump 2020 campaign jen ellis, great to hear him say he wants to to go a trial, why is that? >> that's what an innocent person does, president trump has been clear there's nothing he has done, when you look at transcripts there's nothing there, what we saw in impeachment hearings over the last 2 weeks there's absolutely nothing there, what he's actually say if this proceed today a full trial he would get due process finally and so there would be other witnesses adam schiff, hunter, joe biden. rob: but let me ask you this, you say this is how an innocent
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person behaves, an innocent person would let mick mulvaney, mike pompeo, perry, let them all speak and he's not letting them do that why would an innocent person keep them from talking? >> this is in the context of inquiry, the gop minority had no due process rights and that was just the schiff show, and when the house was putting sham and their circus, there was absolutely no due process and that was absolutely unfair to the president and unfair to the american people because we really didn't see anything that was fact, it was just a lot of speculation and it was a lot of things that ultimately amounted to nothing. rob: there are a lot of people that support the president that still kind of think he probably did this, but they also probably look at and think biden thinks too, do you think democrats regardless of whether or not he did anything here, did democrats take this too far by making this an impeachable offense regardless of whether or not he did it?
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>> well, we know that he didn't do it, look at the transcript, where -- where is there -- rob: that's fine, a lot of perspectives that day different things, take that off the table for a second, let's just talk -- i need you to investigate biden because i want to win the election, is that an impeachable offense? >> there's nothing impeachable about this, for democrats to go after an impeachable offense that is simply fabricated just because they don't agree with his policy and because they simply hate trump that does not ride to the constitutional level of high crimes or misdemeanors, there's nothing there and we are also seeing that after the inquiry that support for impeachment among even independents has gone -- rob: right. we are pulling that up right here, let's show you some of the numbers here. you can see the change down 14%, down 14% on independents who support impeachment, that is not the way this should be move if democrats had made a solid case
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over the last couple of weeks, why are those numbers going down? >> yeah, the american people see through the schiff show and the sham, and i think that also that it's very important that not only has president trump's approval rating been the highest ever after the impeachment hearings but also the rnc internal poll which hasn't been widely reported -- rob: sure. >> a third of democrats are actually supporting an investigation into joe biden after the inquiry, so that was a fact that came out. rob: third of democrats supporting investigation of biden, i did not see that, thank you very much for your time,. >> thank you. rob: and we will be right back
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♪ ♪ ♪ all just a dream jillian: not up yet but it will be another week on capitol hill. rob: my favorite fitz and the tantrums song. jillian: really? rob: no. but it is a good song. jillian: picking out the perfect santa gift is too much for some people. >> that's for me? >> great. where did you get it. >> i don't know. it was so long ago. >> he obviously forgot to get me something and then he went into the closet and dug out this little number. rob: great show. one in three millennials
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want to ban secret santa at the office. jillian: gives them wright is because they feel pressure to impress their colleagues with gifts they can't afford. jillian: i'm not a fan of it either. rob: oh good grief what next? jillian: sounds like snowflakes to me which i totally disagree with you nicholas. rob: i never liked it so i opted out. jillian: i agree with my fellow millennials on this one. safe to say none of us need that last-minute subsequented candle that we all need and receive each holiday season. rob: think about the amount of money we spend on stuff nobody needed or wanted. jillian: i know. rob: time for the the good, the bad, and the ugly. we start with the good. danny devito and dwayne "the rock" johnson, two totally different size people give nolle weds an unforgettable surprise. [screams] ♪ unforgettable
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♪ that's how you'll stay ♪ rob: actors crashing a wedding in mexico while promoting upcoming i didn't jimi movie. >> i broke a water bottle. i look up and -- i thought the game was over with already. >> backup qb take a final knee in washington's 19-16 win over the lyons. >> that is funny. biggest hit of this hockey game might have happened in the stands. >> poor kid. >> really a cheer leader for vegas golden knights whacking a kid in the face. add insult to injury. she plays it off like she didn't realize she did it. hit him right in the face.
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jillian: the pompom did. he is so involved with the fries he doesn't even know what's going on. [laughter] have a good day. rob: see you later. ♪ ♪ steve: it is going to be a short week for a lot of people. today is the monday before thanksgiving. that means a lot of people are only working monday, tuesday and wednesday. in today for ainsley is emily. emily: good morning. thanks so much for having me. we are not on vacation yet we are working. brian: in the year of trump vacations mean nothing, holidays mean nothing. nonstop news. still hard to keep up with. i guess since really friday our 55 minute interview. so much has changed e


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