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appreciate your time. i'm dan ashley. >> ama daetz, for larry and >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- will arnett. secretary julian castro. and music from randy houser. and now, please welcome, jimmy kimmel. [ cheers and applause ] you are joining us for our state
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of the union after show. donald trump gave his second state of the union address. i'll tell you something. i watched the speech. i have to admit i wasn't so sure about this guy, all of a sudden i am sold. trump said, we must step boldly and bravely into the next chapter of this great american adventure. and that chapter is 11. that's right. [ laughter ] it's a long speech. a really long speech. his speech was longer than his tie. he spoke for so long, robert mueller handed down another five indictments. [ laughter ] he spoke for longer than he was married to marla maples. they had a lot of exciting new ideas. for instance, did you know mexicans are scary and we need to build a wall to keep them away? did you know this, guillermo? >> no, i didn't. [ laughter ] >> trump talked more about finding aliens than sigourney
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weaver. and the republicans ate it up. there was so much clamg because they know he's going to go home, he's going to watch it back is and he's going to see who was clapping and who was not. mike pence and nancy pelosi sat behind him like mom and dad the first thanksgiving after the divorce. they're just kind of -- and, of course trump gives himself an a-plus. he's making out with an arby's beef and cheddar sandwich. [ cheers and applause ] preempted the regular programming to carry the speech live, and things got off to a lively start when the sergeant at arms introduced the president and his distinguished escorts. >> madam speaker, the president of the united states! [ applause ] >> the state of the union is brought to you by kfc's new new
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cheeto chicken sandwich. eat like a president. >> there, flaming hot. [ cheers and applause ] the funny est part is that video exists. the speech went on for 83 minutes, and president trump spoke with all the elegance of a book report written by a third grader on the bus. >> human traffickers and sex traffickers take advantage of the wide open areas between our ports of entry to smuggle thousands of young girls and women into the united states, and to sell them into prostitution and modern-day slavery. [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> weird crowd is this? the theme of tonight's address was choosing greatness. he originally was planning to go with nancy and chuck, i think
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you suck, but melania said, maybe that's not a great way to go. his maga listed achievements over the past two years. whether you agree with what he's done or not, it's hard to argue with the next that donald trump has done more in his first two years than any president who only works two hours a day ever, and that's for sure. he also laid out ten year strategy to reduce the transmission of hiv. he hates aids. you know, that's why he fires one every two weeks. [ laughter ] he also announced -- [ applause ] and this was a major announcement, that he would be meeting with kim jong-un in vietnam, of all places, unless his father's doctor writes him a letter, in which case he will stay home. the president urged republicans and democrats to work together to do what he tells them to do. he stressed the need for bipartisan ship and even came up with a catchy new phrase. >> we can bridge all divisions, heal old wounds, build new coalitions, forge new solutions,
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and unlock the extraordinary promise of america's future. [ applause ] >> that sounds so good. >> yeah, doesn't it? [ laughter ] this is a funny moment. the part of the speech he took credit for creating jobs for women and all the new women in congress who beat the candidates he supported, they were all wearing white. they stood up and cheered. >> no one has benefited more from our thriving economy than women who have filled 58% of the newly created jobs last year. [ applause ]
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you weren't supposed do that. >> i haven't seen an audience full of women that happy since oprah gave a bunch of pontiacs away. stacey abrams who was almost elected governor of georgia delivered the democratic response to the address. they do a response after every state of the union. one of our local politicians, california attorney general was supposed to give the spanish language response, but he had to cancel at the last minute. they were able to find a replacement who i think really hit it out of the park. ♪ ♪ [ speaking in spanish ] [ cheers and applause ] >> very well done, guillermo. did you write that? >> yes.
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>> it really is the language of love, you know? i have to say if they really want to make these state of the union addresses interesting, they have to add some entertainment next year. it doesn't have to be some liberal comedian. in fact, the man who made us laugh just by giving birth to sarah huckabee sanders, i don't care what you belong to. this guy will make you laugh. >> he was riding down mount lemon in tucson about 45 mooinz miles on a bike when a deer ran into his bike and sent him flying. they caught the venison violence on video. when questioned later, he said, i have no i-deer why that guy was speeding downhill so fast. [ laughter ] it probably will cost a lot of doe to fix that bike. i wonder if he's still fawn of
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riding. we'll see. >> that's why you never see sarah sanders smiling. can you imagine growing up with that? this is a fun statistic. according to a new poll from cnn, 12% of american adults have never heard of mike pence, the vice-president. of course, the number expected to go down when he becomes president in a few months. but until then -- [ laughter ] >> if you're one of those people, mike pence is the vice-president of the united states. he was created when a bolt of lightning struck a contarren of nonfat yogurt. i find this to be shocking. i'm not so sure i believe it. so in the interest of science, we went out in the street today and we conducted our own poll. we showed pedestrians a photo of mike pence and we said, who is this man? and this is how that went. >> who is this man? >> i have no idea. >> who is this man? >> um, i don't know, i don't know. i'm not gonna lie. um -- >> if you had to guess. >> if i had to guess, maybe a senator of some kind much
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>> i have no idea. >> i don't know. i have no idea. >> i don't know. >> he's with the government, senator, somebody. >> what's the first letter of his name? >> m. >> i don't know, i forget. >> do you want to know the first and second letters? >> yes. >> m-i. m-i-k-e p-e-n-c-e. >> i don't know. >> who is this? >> i'm not sure. >> do you know who the vice-president is? >> um, joe biden. [ laughter ] >> who is this man? >> ted turner. >> i have no idea. >> bill clinton. >> no. >> no, i don't know. >> vice-president -- >> i don't know his name. >> all right. who did you vote for in the last election? >> bernie sanders. >> i know, i know his name, but it's like the tip of my tongue. >> heartbeat away from the presidency.
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it literally rhymes with nike dense a. >> it rhymes with pence. >> pants. >> it is pence. no, it is literally pence. >> stop, guys. mike pence? >> i'm telling you it is pence. >> spell it. >> m-i-k-e p-e-n-n-s. >> no. >> p-e-n-n-t-s. >> no. >> p-e-n-c-e? >> yes. laugh laffer [ laughter ] >> i have to admit, in a way i'm jealous of those people, i really am. you know, the former c.e.o. of starbucks, gentleman named howard schultz is thinking about running for president. so far he's doing a bang-up job. he did an interview in which he
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suggested that billionaires should instead be referred to from here on as people of means, which is a vente stupid thing to say. [ laughter ] great way to get regular americans to rally around you. you get your feelings hurt when they call you a billionaire. don't tell us what to call you when you ran a company that literally can't spell any of our names right. [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile, this is -- elizabeth warren is having a bad week, too. "washington post" just dug up her registration card for the texas state bar in 1986. you can see she listed her ethnicity as american indian. so, she apologized for that today and she apologized for changing her ethnicity from white to native american when she was working at the university of pennsylvania in 1989. should she be forced to live in a teepee for a few years? i'm sorry, senator warren. we moved your office to a
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wibwam. did you know today is national weather person's day? if you are you are probably a weather person. i want to recognize someone special. our favorite local weather man here in los angeles, the great dallas rains who, as you know, if you live here, charms us every night with skin kissed by the southern california sun he loves so much. hair swept by the santa ana winds, dallas is always there for us letting the people of los angeles know if we need a jacket or if a t-shirt is okay. and sure, dallas may have wanted to be a baseball player or maybe a veterinarian, but with a name like dallas friggin rains, you don't get to make a choice. god made it for you. as a young man, scraped every penny he had. he bought his first doppler 2000 and spent the next four decades pointing at a green screen in reverse. dallas, my friend tonight we salute you. happy weather person's day and for god sake, please make it stop raining already.
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okay? [ cheers and applause ] today in boston they had the superbowl victory parade for the patriots. yeah, i'm happy for the patriots. it's been almost three months since they had a victory parade. and they deserve it. an estimated 1.5 million fans packed the streets to see rob gronkowski get drunk and take his shirt off. [ laughter ] it's like a truckload of male strippers going there. meanwhile, the l.a. rams had a parade today, too. it's the first time they had a second place parade. i think that's great. in fact, the parade is going on right now. oh, look at this. how about that! [ cheers and applause ] wow, congratulations.
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about, that dog. i just got a note the dog cost us $1500. [ laughter ] all right. tonight he is one of 87 democratic candidates for president right now. he's the former mayor of san antonio and former secretary of housing and urban development, julian castro is here with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and the new album, it's called "magnolia." randy houser from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] live and on tour starting on valentine's day in california. tomorrow night daniel radcliffe will be here, phoebe robinson will join us and troy savon. thursday jennifer connelly, oskar nominee richard e. grant with music from why don't we. please join us thern. >> jimmy: our first guest is a very fine, in fact emmy-nominated actor who once again squanders his magnetic good looks as the voice of batman in "the lego movie 2: the second part."
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it opens in theaters friday. please say hello to will "the thrill" arnett. [ cheers and applause ] >> you look very nice. is that a tuxedo? >> yeah, my tuxedo. breaking it in, because of award season, for the oscars. >> oh, i didn't know you were going to the oscars. are you presenting? what are you up to there? >> no, jimmy, i will be celebrating. >> will you be hosting the show? >> i get that a lot. no, i'm not. [ laughter ] no, i'll be celebrating multiple oskar victories, i think, on
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that night. >> four, for lego movie, 2, when we take home the gold. [ cheers and applause ] >> i mean, you think lego movie 2 is going to win -- you say not just oskar, multiple oscars. >> several oscars. >> interesting. >> i think we're going to clean up. >> what is it that makes you think that? >> well, first of all, i mean, it's a fantastic cinema experience. >> okay, all right. [ laughter ] i don't want to be rude. i don't think it's possible because i'm pretty sure, since your movie hasn't opened and the nominations have already come out -- >> what are you, a lawyer? now we're going to get into the by laws of the academy? jimmy, you said you don't want to be rude which is what somebody who is rude says. [ laughter ] >> you're right. >> this is a film, best picture worldwide, best director, best cinematography, you should see how they light these babies up.
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>> you mean the legos? >> the pieces of of lego. they light them up and do the stuff. jim, what's going to be great is -- >> what? what? >> i'm humbled about -- >> oh, you are? you're humble? >> is when i pick up, i pick up that best supporting actor nom. that's going to be something else. >> yeah, i really don't think that's going to happen, i'm sorry to tell you. >> i hear you, because you're one of the best actors. i should aim higher. i'm right there with you, buddy. i've already prepared, i've already prepared because obviously i'm a humble guy, as you know. one of the humble ests, one of the best at being humble. >> probably. [ laughter ] yeah, you are great at being humble. i will give you that. >> do you mind helping me out? just say, and the winner is will arnett. >> for lego movie? >> for best -- >> oh, best actor. >> best actor. >> and the winner for best actor
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goes to will arnett! [ cheers and applause ] >> there's nobody there. >> what are you doing, what's this? >> emotion. >> you're emoting. >> this could win an oskar. i go up and accept, it's me. >> i'm sure they announced all the nominees. >> how many did we get? >> none. >> that's not possible. >> it's possible. >> are you serious, we didn't get any nomination s? >> yeah. not even eligible as far as i know. >> dude, this is bad news. >> okay, i'm sorry. >> no, i spent north of 40 grand on a trophy case. >> oh, no. >> yeah. >> that's terrible. >> look, i came in, i was pretty sure. it didn't pan out the way i wanted.
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>> maybe next year it will be something you can use. >> what do you think the return policy is on a tuxedo? >> i don't think they -- no, they won't. unless you rented t. i think you'll be nominated for another award soon. >> probably an emmy for this appearance. [ cheers and applause ] >> we'll give him an emmy. i'll get you an emmy. >> that was a hill of a rebuttal. i don't know what they think about politics, but that struck right at the heart of it. >> see, it did. he really gets to the point, right to the meat of it. >> he did get to the meat of t. >> were you especially proud to be canadian tonight? >> it was a great moment for canadians. >> do canadians watch what's going on here with delight? >> every time -- a little bit of delight and a little bit of shock and terror. you go back there and people are like, what is going on down there? [ laughter ] that guy is a real gong showdown there. [ laughter ] it's an expression they use a
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lot. >> it's a good expression to use, it really -- hits the gong right in the middle. did you watch the superbowl? >> i did watch the superbowl. >> you've been participating in our american thing. >> i've been here a minute, jim. >> where did you watch, where did you watch the superbowl? >> i wad at my friend's house with a bunch of patriot fans. easy. i love the people new england. it's been a lot. >> really, i've heard you say otherwise. >> what are you talking about? i've never said that in public. >> listen, their win was only made, was only made palatable by how gracious the new england fans are in winning. yeah, we got another one. yeah, my brother works with the edison down there. he took the day off and drank a thousand beers. were they not gracious at the party you went to? >> well, you know what, i left before the end. >> you did? >> yeah, because i didn't want
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to see them hoist the trophy again. i didn't want to give them any more bandwidth. >> did your sons come? >> yes. >> which one? >> both of them. abel didn't care as much. >> what did he do? >> he really likes the rams. he's a big jared goff guy. >> people laugh. >> it's true. >> i'm so sorry about the oskar. >> yeah. it's a tough pill to swallow. >> let's try to get past. we're going to take a break. when we come back, we're going to see a cliff from the oskar nominated, the lego movie 2, the second part, will arnett is here. we'll be right back. cheers >> portions of jimmy kimmel live are brought to you by nacho fries. now serving at a taco bell near you. near you. with verizon? don't they know they can get the 3rd, 4th and 5th lines
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you. >> i was saying that to make the person i actually want to marry jealous. >> good, so i guess we're done here? >> marry batman, that's a good one. you funny. >> yeah, and, um, out of curiosity, why wouldn't you want to marry me? just, again, purely for curiosity, say. >> that is will arnett and tiffany haddish in the movie lego 2. these movies are so great. they really are. you guys do a fantastic job on these movies. >> it's fun. we get great people, great scripts -- well, it's instructions. it's just all around so much fun. >> yeah, and then this is how many times have you played batman now? >> this is my -- i'm tied with christian bale for three. we're invest same conversation a lot. >> didn't ben affleck play batman three times? the two batman movies and justice league. a justice league -- i'm not counting that.
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yes, ben did. i guess ben did, yeah. christian bale, me, we're in the same conversation. >> boat. >> oskar wise. >> yes. [ laughter ] you played batman. >> i played batman. >> you played batman in ten times go to the movies, this little movie we made last summer. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> which is also very funny. >> which is very funny movie. and actually jimmy kind of lo d lorded it over my son abel when it came out. he made jimmy do an impression, and then jimmy did it, and then abel said pretty good. not as bad adds my dad. hit it, boy. then he made me do it. like ten days ago, you brought up to my on abel again, listen, abel, i'm still the reigning batman until abel comes out. and he responded, and then
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you'll be the forgotten batman. >> that's exactly what he said. [ laughter ] >> no embellishment whatsoever. he's going to be trouble. >> he already is. >> you've been doing some like weird outdoor activity. what is it called? >> i did some canyoning this summer in france, which, you know, duh. >> canyoning? >> yeah. >> what is canyoning, for real, exactly what is it? >> on the continent -- sorry. in europe, we think in french. >> did you slip in french? >> i'm sorry. >> so impressive. women must love that, huh? >> is there an oskar for that? so, we did this thing called canyoning in the summer. i took my son archie and a friend. you go down in the river and you float. if it gets too shallow, you walk and then you jump off cliffs
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into tiny little pools and stuff. and it's actually pretty -- it's pretty scary. >> is it? >> the guy -- they told us, they told us right after luckily, the guy said -- a guy had died recently, not from falling. he maimed himself from falling, but he died because the helicopter that came to rescue him crashed. >> what? >> i'm looking at my 9-year-old. good, good. [ laughter ] >> what am i doing? >> you took a photograph of what you were up to here. where is this? >> it's in the south of france. look at that, just doing some canyoning. >> that's you? can we go in a little bit closer? i didn't realize what a powerful back you have. >> well -- [ laughter ] >> i mean, that's actually a l l of people describe my back as a barrel of snakes. >> they do? >> i haven't been at the gym that much. i don't know if that is even me.
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>> it's somebody who looks just like you from behind. >> it's hard to, it's hard to really see. i'm not sure. >> we'll come back. you have to go. >> i have to go. >> we have important matters. we have a guy who might be the next president of the united states sitting right here in this chair. >> and it's not me. >> it's not you. >> got it. i have a dinner reservation anyway. will arnett, hayes a dinner reservation, he'd love to stay but he has to go. lego movie 2 opens in theaters friday. we'll be right back with julian castro. [ cheers and applause ] and this is you maximizing at t.j.maxx. you shopping, you maximizing. you shopping, you maximizing. find the brands you love and get more you for your money, every time.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: if our next guest has his way, he'll be delivering the state of the union address in a couple of years. he is a three-time mayor of san antonio, and now, seeking the democratic nomination for president. please say hello to julian castro. [ cheers and applause ] very good to have you here. ion address?h the state oth >> i df it? >> you know what he's going to do, right? we've heard all this before. >> i don't think any of us have any idea what he's going to do. >> speeches for trump are all the same. he says pretty words tonight and tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m. he's going to tweet out a storm about somebody being an idiot, or -- whatever he's going to tweet out. the problem with this president is that we can't trust his words
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any more because his actions just don't match those. so he said a lot of stuff today. we'll see how it goes. >> there was stuff in the speech that you responded positively to. there was also a lot of pretty crazy sounding stuff. there's a lot of talk. it almost sounded like somebody reading a synopsis of "game of thrones" at one point. >> well, he's focused on unity. if he wants to unify people, the first thing he should do is unite those parents who have been separated from their children at the border. [ cheers and applause ] >> he talked a lot about how much he cares about children and their lives, and yet, yes, we do have that issue that is unresolved. >> well, there's 7 million people, for instance, that have lost health care coverage during this administration. >> yes. >> if he wants to make an investment, instead of putting billions of dollars in a wall, he should put billions of dollars towards medicare for all. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> there are things we can do to get on the right track. >> or the veterans that he speaks a lot about wanting to help and improve the v.a. and that would be another great place to put that money. you support medicare for all? >> i do. >> would this be a situation where that would be it, like elizabeth warren talked about medicare for all. that would be it. you couldn't have supplemental insurance or your own insurance. and your plan would, one, be able to have their own private insurance? >> as you know, jimmy, countries that have health insurance for everyone do it in different ways. i think we can get to a point where if people want to have a supplemental plan, they can do that. but we need to make sure first and foremost that anybody in this country that wants -- that needs health care can get it. i don't believe fundamentally that the profit motive should drive whether somebody et cetge health care or not. that's my concern. >> have you been to many state
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of the union addresses yourself? >> yes, i served as secretary for obama. >> your job, ben carson now has your old job. >> i saw him tonight, yeah, he was there. >> he was awake and everything. i was proud of him. he stayed awake through the whole thing. is that an uncomfortable situation to be in where half the crowd is applauding and half is sitting there -- >> first, it's not uncomfortable if you have a superstar president like obama delivering the speech. [ cheers and applause ] >> and you say -- >> we knew walking into the room that he was well prepared, that he was going to deliver an inspirational speech. sure, it's a little bit weird that you have folks that sit on their hands at some points and everybody else is clapping. the other thing that's weird -- i became a cabinet member at 39. i think i was one of the youngest people in the room. everybody there looks ole. you feel out of step with the room. there are also a few moments over the years where people were pretty disrespectful to the president. you remember the guy that stood
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up and said you lie? >> where was he tonight saying you lie, what was his name? >> joe wilson in north carolina. he chose the wrong president. >> if he's that angry about lying, he must have had his head spinning tonight. [ laughter ] >> i do agree this is a night where, as americans, more people tune in than any other night. >> yes. >> and that we all hope that the country can be more united, and that we can find a sense of common purpose, a sense of common identity because i think that's what's been missing. and for me, that purpose starts with the idea that everybody counts in this country. whether we're talking about those kids at the border or today trayvon martin would have been 24 years old. we think about the way the people was of the color of their kin or background are treat ed in this country, whether it's with education, health care,
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jobs, no matter who you are, where you come from, you're treated the same way in this country? >> do you think there are people who genuinely believe everyone is treated the same way? that seems to be the case. people disregard that there is any difference in the way people are treated if they're a different race or religion or those sorts of things. >> i think people believe that. i don't think that's the case. we've made progress over the last decades, but we still have progress to make. one thing this president has done is taken us backward. that ennincident in charlottesve and how he addressed it. and scapegoating. >> he does seem rather intent on picking -- of course, when you have a group of people -- some of the people are going to be bad people. but he does seem to want to point that out. it's almost like he's rooting for them.
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>> the next president needs to be somebody that is trying to unite the country. >> let me find out if you're qualified to be president. are you ready? [ laughter ] >> i can tell you now the answer is yes. >> have you ever bankrupted a casino? >> i have not. i've gone to a casino. >> have you ever stared directly into an eclipse? >> no. [ laughter ] >> have you -- this is an important one. have you ever asked an adult film star to spank you with a magazine? [ cheers and applause ] >> i know i have not done that one. >> how do you pronounce the word china? i just gave the answer away. what does kfc stand for? >> kentucky fried chicken. >> well, you got a few of them. there you go, you got a few of them. >> i'm old enough to remember that. i'm old enough to remember. >> thank you for coming. this experience is a positive one for you and everyone. is it possible you might want to be vice-president if the president thing doesn't workout?
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>> no, i've been there and done that last time. >> that was joe biden. that was a different guy. [ laughter ] >> you want to be president. i wish you the best. julian castro, everyone. thank you for being here. we'll be right back with randy hauser. [ cheers and applause ] >> the jim et live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. the best or nothing.
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♪ i'm gonna let that whiskey do what whiskey does well maybe it'll ♪ ♪ make me lose my mind or maybe it'll help me forget this time maybe it'll put my ♪ ♪ fist through the wall make me pick up the phone and give you a call maybe it'll take me ♪ ♪ somewhere i've never been make the world stand still make the whole world spin maybe make me dance make me cry ♪ ♪ hell, i don't know but i know tonight i'm gon' light one up and sit ♪ ♪ right here i'm gonna drink this hole in the wall outta beer ♪ ♪ and when that ice
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cold beer loses its buzz i'm gonna let ♪ ♪ that whiskey do what whiskey does well maybe it'll buy this bar a round ♪ ♪ or turn my ass upside down maybe it'll make me a fly on the wall or stand me up ♪ ♪ 10 feet tall maybe it'll take me to a better place and put a smile ♪ ♪ back on my face maybe it'll make me hate myself or fall in love ♪ ♪ with somebody else i'm gon' light one up and sit right here ♪ ♪ i'm gonna drink this hole in the wall outta beer
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and when that ice ♪ ♪ cold beer loses its buzz i'm gonna let that whiskey do ♪ ♪ what whiskey does maybe it'll talk me off the ledge i've been on lately ♪ ♪ maybe it'll heal me maybe it'll kill me yeah, maybe but i'm gon' light ♪ ♪ one up and sit right here and drink this hole in the wall ♪ ♪ outta beer and when that ice cold beer loses its buzz ♪ ♪ i'm gonna let that whiskey do
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what whiskey does sometimes i sit here ♪ ♪ just because i wanna let that whiskey do what ♪ ♪ whiskey does ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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