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forget the democrats. so get cracking. get going. remember history. make history. good night. hello. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is the five. a huge day for president elect trump and vice president elect mike pence. in two hours they will kick off their nationwide thank you tour in ohio, a key swing state that helped them pull off the remarkable victory. we are live in cincinnati where the rally will be held tonight. i understand you have some news on mr. trump's cabinet. >> i got to run. >> maybe he's getting some breaking news. >> reporter: the breaking news
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is that earlier today we reported that general james maddus was donald trump's top contender for secretary of defense, but i was told it was not 100% and the reason why it was not 100% was because of course anything can go wrong in a presidential transition and, b, because u.s. law states a person cannot take over a civilian position at the pentagon within seven years from retiring from the military. he retired back in 2013 and would require a special congressional waver and that waver has not been drafted and of course things can go off the rails. there's a couple of smaller alternatives who are under consideration just in case things go off the rails. i was confirming with a trump source on that. it seems to remain where it is right now, there's some news
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organizations who are saying it's a done deal. i was told earlier today treat that very cautiously because while donald trump does like the general and would like him to be secretary of defense it's not a done deal. on the secretary of state angle we're told there were four contenders for secretary of state. two were named, romney and rudy giuliani. he's meeting tomorrow with the former u.n. embassador about the position. bolton might be a better fight for the number two position and that is deputy secretary. whether or not he got that job would depend on who gets the top job. donald trump will be here in cincinnati in a little while, 7:00 tonight he has a big rally at the u.s. bank arena. he won the state of ohio 52 to 43% over hillary clinton. interesting he did not win
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hamilton county which is where cincinnati is located. when i was here in october he put about 16,000 people into the arena. tonight he's expected to pack it to the rafters and hold 17,590 people and some more on the floor so there could be in excess of 18,000 people here tonight as donald trump begins his victory tour. the first time he's been out at an event like this since being elected president. >> thank you for that update and identify your source. just kidding. getting the good information right up to the last second. what do you make of this announcement that was sort of put out there and then a little bit of a walk back saying not just yet. >> so they're going to take their time and this is mystery and intrigue. i will tell you it's running very smoothly and the pace is brisk. they're ahead of schedule versus other administrations. don't forget he has a big task. he's coming in after eight years
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of obama and making changes and he's not tapping from the normal pool of would be candidates. he said he's going -- he wants to drain the swamp as best he can. some say he's not doing that fast or well enough. his pool of potential kaicandids is far smaller would have been. very quickly on this tour, he starts in ohio. they're saying it's more logistics than symbolic and that's because of the carrier tour. he went to the carrier plant in indiana. you start there and the tour is ohio, north carolina, iowa, michigan, pennsylvania and florida, all the very important swing states he won. this is going to be spread out over the next couple of weeks. >> what do you make of this rollout? do you think it's a good idea to get out and thank the supporters? >> yeah. we kind of gave president obama a hard time for the permanent campaign, but it worked for
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pre president obama and he won the reelection and i think it makes sense. i admire it. i said i feel like i work in the vikt toran age of politics, everything has changed and i can take the corset off. >> not here. >> not on live tv. >> i'll wear it. >> you could use it. >> is i read one of the undecided voters that made up his mind in the last week said it felt good to be understood and he liked going to the last rally that he was able to attend and that he said it felt like being in high school and it was really fun. so if people want to lighten up a little bit and have a good time and enjoy this transition period because transition periods are usually fun. governing is not usually that fun. >> you said the other day good government is boring. >> it should be. we should want our government to be boring. >> i've got my quote. all right, greg.
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>> i'm not sure if this is a victory tour or a thank you tour. i keep hearing one or the other. >> can it be both? >> if it's a thank you he should go to james cuomo's house. when i think about this and when i think about the large crowds over the primary season and everything, it kind of to me was a logical evolution of the tea party events and there would be thousands of people and it would be this energy and they're kind of similar in the sense they represented emotional release from a suffocated culture that spent decades mocking you for your beliefs. these things are like less political than they are festive and i think donald trump fell in love with the applause and the idea. this is something -- he's like classic rock band and he gets
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out there and they want to hear the hits and he'll do build the wall. he can't do lock her up anymore. he can't do that one. he can do drain the swamp, but i think i realized the swamp is now fox news or goldman sachs. >> everybody loves swamp people. >> it's a great time in the swamp. >> yes. so what do you make of this? i think it's a nice thing to go out and say thank you and have a thank you tour or victory tour and get back out and be like i didn't come in front of you to get your vote, i want to say thank you and i'm going to continue to earn your support? >> i mean, dana says she's victoren i feel like an old timer because normally the president elect would have structure and we would know how he's going about picking a cabinet, but here we don't know and it looks like is he watching tv or picking these people from where we don't know. a lot of them you think --
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definitely not drain the swamp. when i look at people like ross and the general that we're talking about today, i said these people have been on the scene and talk about anti-wall street, i don't see how you're anti-wall street with ross. that looks like goldman sachs to the max. i don't get that. i do have questions about going out on this kind of very showman-like tour because there's no press conference or explanation in general and i just wonder as greg was saying he can't say lock her up. what is he going to say? i would hope and in praying for his success that he would say i'm here to unify the country. >> yes, the unity is the important part. >> i'm here to build support for my policies. if he's going about celebrating the carrier thing today, today's paper is overflowing with guess what, this is not free market.
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it's unbelievable. >> before you jump the shaw, let's talk about communications and the messaging here. what should he say to these supporters? >> well, i think he will thank them for coming out and recognizing that he was a different kind of politician and he will probably talk about his cabinet pick. i think that the process has been more transparent than before. i don't remember cspan setting up a camera to catch who is coming in. >> it's very transparent. >> obviously. it will be interesting to see what he says about unifying the country. you're going to be in a crowd of possibly 18,000 people. they adore you. that's great, but there's a bunch of people who still are reeling from the election. how does he reach out to them? does he have to? no. i think he probably in some way. >> i think it's important for
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him to reach out to people who are no the supporters. what we've seen in the last few weeks is his favorable numbers have gone up. >> that's what i'm saying is he doesn't feel he has to. >> i think he has to because as president elect and i think it's important to say to all americans i'm for you. the problem is these are all trump supporters. >> trump's thank you tour begins. he's going to go around the country and my guess is he's going to be your voice is heard and he's going to try and muster up support for his policy issues, which is very smart. >> wait, hold on. >> that's grievance politics. >> fine. my point is that there's plenty of time. there's at least four maybe eight years to reach across the aisle, offer the olive branch and say let's unite the
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countries. >> i hope -- >> i think he might be presidential. >> at some point he has to go from the candidate to acting serious. >> i think he can do both. he has to talk unity because if obama had done a victory lap, this network would explode. we would be frothing. do we have something like this. >> that was after he became president. >> he showed up at the colosseum. >> he had that thing around his neck. >> he lived the permanent victory lap. >> it sounds like we're going to miss president obama. >> he's not going anywhere. >> all right. next, carrier employees in
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indianapolis after they negotiated a deal to save more than 1,000 company jobs. hear what mr. trump had to say about it all after a tour of the plant. stay with us.
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president elect trump's tour kicks off in ohio, but he started his day in indiana touring a factory where he saved 1,100 jobs from moving to mexico. mr. trump and mike pence met with workers in indianapolis and addressed them after the tour. >> united technologies and carrier stepped it up and now they're keeping the number's over 1,100 people which is great. you watch how fast you're going to make it up because so many people are going to be buying carrier air conditioners. i want to let all other companies know we're going to do great things for businesses. no reason for them to leave anymore. your taxes are going to be at the low end and your unnecessary regulations are going to be gone. >> the president elect put other companies on alert there will be consequences if they choose to
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leave the united states. the deal by the numbers. carrier will invest $16 million over ten years and if carrier keeps those 1,100 people working the state of indiana will provide a tax savings of $7 million over that period. now it's apparent that the president elect recognizes how important manufacturing is to the economy, that sector alone contributed $1.5 trillion to the american economy. so he says there are tax incentives but we'd like more companies to have that, don't we? >> what i like that he said would be applicable to all companies. i'm not necessarily for the individual picking and he said companies will not be able to leave without consequences anymore. so what does that mean? and who is that for? if obama was doing this, we would be screaming about the free market -- you should be
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allowed to do things, but what i like that donald trump is saying is that the overall economic conditions of the country are set to improve and that is why people will want to stay. even donald trump himself when he talked about his ties in china he explained why that the economic conditions of this country were not good enough for him to stay and i think if he would have been -- if they would have proposed a penalty for him or a consequence he wouldn't have taken kindly to that. >> $16 million investment carrier has to make in order to get the $7 million in tax incentives keeping more of their own money. it's a win/win for any corporation that wants to buy into this. >> i hope the message is sent let's try to do what we can to create jobs and make this a job friendly environment for companies and attract overseas to manufacture here and build here so it's more of we're not exporting jobs and manufacturing
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and textiles and cars and automotive industry out of this country, but this is a place that becomes the place where people want to do business because it's a business friendly environment. the other thing i want to say is that i saw a little bit of the white house's response to this that was petty to the families that are happy to have family with jobs and loved ones to be employed, it does mean something. the 1,000 to 1,100 does mean something especially when you saw this administration spending billions on phoney green energy jobs. >> it is a lot like picking winners and losers by using tax incentives. you're bribing somebody with their own money. why is manufacturing the sector losing jobs. because the manufacturing sector is doing better with less and the reason why is robots. robots is the radical islam of 2016. nobody wants to say it.
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technology advancement is responsible for 85% of all manufacturing job loss. so right now this is -- this feels good. it's an emotional symbolic victory but you put a band-aid on a tumor. we have to think about trade schools that teach people how to deal with robotics and artificial intelligence. we need to talk about this new world because these jobs are going away. is there are going to be millions of americans who are going to be uninterested and people in the silicon valley who are trillionaires. you're temporarily solving a problem. it's a bigger problem. >> it could be spread across every corporation in america. after all it's their own. >> but if it's better -- if president obama did this to donald trump and said i'm going to raise your taxes if you layoff those workers because donald trump has laid off workers -- >> i agree with that part and
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this is something he may have to tweak. don't penalize, incentivize. that's a big difference. i would say the consequences are loss of opportunity keeping more of your own money. >> robots won't make more money. >> you should offer yourself to the administration. >> i could be the robot guy. >> i know you want to be. >> secretly i do. >> now everybody knows. >> it's not just robots. it's efficientsy. manufacturing in the country having hit bottom is coming back up and it's coming back up because of automation and efficien efficiency. i'm reading in the morning papers the wall street journal said not only is it a $7 million tax break engineered by mike pence who is the governor of indiana, but carrier is still sending 600 jobs from that plant to mexico and closing a second plant in huntington, indiana and in that plant 700 jobs are going
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to mexico. actually they're losing more jobs than they're saving, but carrier is getting this huge tax break. bernie sanders wrote today in the paper he said i want to work with donald trump because he promised he's going to get tough on corporations who are threatening the american worker. instead he says donald trump is playing footsis with these companies. >> he had the state kick in the $7 million. >> whose dollars? don't you think that's the working man's dollars going to the rich man? >> no, it's not. it's the company's dollars. it's a falsehood you don't get. if you don't pay money of your own taxes, you're not taking money out of anyone else's pocket. you're keeping your money. take a look at this. it's 19 second video. this is when the carrier employees were told their jobs
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were going to mexico. watch. >> it became clear the best way to stay competitive and protect the business for long term is to move production from our facility in indianapolis to monterey, mexico. >> there are 1,100 families that are happy for this deal to go through. the outcome of this year's election should be causing democratic leaders to rethink the party's message to the american people, but elizabeth warren doesn't seem to think there's any need to do that and you'll hear when we return. ♪ the itsy bitsy spider went up the waterspout. down came the rain and clogged the gutter system creating a leak in the roof. luckily the spider recently had geico help him with homeowners insurance. water completely destroyed his swedish foam mattress.
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2016 was a very rough year for democrats. we've got to figure out how to regroup before the next election
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day they're saying. elizabeth warren who some consider to be the future of the party, she isn't convinced that democrats need to change their message at all. >> out of touch when 2.3 million more people voted for the democratic candidate than the republican candidate, when the democrats picked up seats in the senate and the republicans lost, when the democrats picked up seats in the house of representatives and the republicans lost, you know, let's be clear, we are not the minority here. we are the party of opposition. >> bill o'reilly on the other hand disagrees. >> now, the obama administration and hillary clinton put the needs of immigrants, the needs of immigrants, some of them here illegally, above the needs of working folks. for the past eight years president obama has encouraged illegal amnesty for certain groups, sanctuary cities and
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welfare state. meanwhile the folks out in indiana and other places are being laid off because corporations want to make a few extra bucks by moving to mexico or another foreign country. trump said enough. he won the election. >> so we're in a situation now where the democrats in disarray and especially the big money people, i read a piece today and they said the big donors are just totally at a loss when people are coming to them and saying we need to rebuild the party and the donors are like we just burnt a ton of money here and hillary clinton way outraised donald trump, what do we get for our money? if you are looking to write a prescription for the democrats, what would it be? >> well, there would be a few. there would be a few, but i mean they need like a gigantic b-12 shot. put them on a regular dose because they are not lacking the motivation, the energy, the focus, also a little bit of
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insanity because if you do the same thing over and over again and expect a different result -- >> it's me. >> correct. if you want to win huge, then you've got to do something different. what do they do? they put in nancy pelosi again. they're not getting it. their donors shouldn't reward that kind of failure with more cash. >> let's pick up on the nancy pelosi point for a second. howard dean who is running to become the new chair -- >> his nickname is idiot. >> that's so mean. >> that's not new for greg. he makes an important point, he says look this is the baby boomers getting in the way of the new generation of democrats and he makes the point that hillary clinton, if it had been up to people in 35, would have won. >> here's the deal. when you're thinking of rebuilding or reinvesting in the democratic party and you see people like pelosi and dean,
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it's like adding a second floor to an outhouse. i thought that worked when i wrote it. there is a marvelous first going on right here. the left is being bam boozeled by left wing strategies. they are no longer the compassionate ones. it was supposed to be the republicans that didn't care about other people, now it's the left that don't care about the poor because the right has learned from them and the race for these competing identities, they forgot about america in place of itemty and now they're on the back foot trying to figure out how do they talk to america because they can talk to all these little slivers of groups, but they can't talk to america. >> this is an interesting point because right now i think the center of much debate is a piece that was written by a professor arou and he said the democrats are too identity obsessed and need to become more about common identity. so dana, the point i wanted to
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make to you is you have people now saying that chuck schumer the new minority leader in the senate, needs to do more in terms of outreach. trump won 62% of rural voters in the country. >> i don't think he can match the witnesses of mitch mcconnell because senator mcconnell will play a long game. what you saw the democrats doing over the past couple of weeks and elizabeth warren in the clip, they are soothing themselves with the fact that they won the popular vote by a substantial margin, but that's not where the fight matters. so they're patting themselves on the back, but they're not going to be able to win a national election based on doing the same thing over and over again. here's the thing that i think worries them the most, republicans need to think about that popular vote because they need to have more people vote for them, that's always a good thing, what will change that, if the economy improves. if the national economic conditions improve and cities do
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better as well, then republicans will probably be in pretty good shape on the popular vote in urban areas because social issues are now obsolete. >> the contrary thought would be we're approaching 2018 and the party that holds the white house typically does not do well in mid terms, democrats think we're going to do well in '18. >> it lines up differently this year. democrats have seats to defend and it doesn't look good. the democrats lose the house and will likely lose it in '18 yet they do the same thing. what i think the democrat party needs to do is reinvent itself the way the republican party reinvented itself with donald trump. they need to figure out a way to hit the heartland. they have to draw from that. they had it going. elizabeth warren and bernie sanders had that going, but frankly they're not the ones to do it. you need a dynamic young personality that has the same kind of views and values as
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elizabeth warren and bernie sanders. i don't know who it is. having someone is a dynamic >> a politician or celebrity? >> i don't know. >> tom hanks. >> we have so many ideas at the table. ahead why you won't see muslim terrorism covered on a popular american tv show. the show focuses on national security, but not on muslim terrorism. greg fills us in on that controversy next. being detected was not an option. if i was recognized the whole operation was blown. the element of surprise was imperative. wow. he won't even recognize you. seriously. i don't even recognize myself. and thanks to my cashrewards credit card from navy federal with never-expiring rewards it's gonna be a killer honeymoon. woo! maui!!
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never mind that terror related programs feature muslim characters because terror related realities future musl muslims. it was important to not ever put a muslim terrorist on our show. there hasn't been one. this year we have the appearance of one, which is a spoiler, but it's not true. how brave. he thinks he's fighting stereo types but he's simply obscuring truth. how does that help real muslims? wouldn't it make more sense to tackle reality, fantasying the innocence of any group has been hollywood's thing. the homeless man is a pianist. oddly this treatment is never reserved for christian couples on reality shows. the truth is a cloth to is hide facts. the thing is fiction that
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obscures reality links grievance to retribution. before he was killed the osu terrorist was taking a class that asked him to list microgremicr microaggressions and which identity groups are victims. there's a point you will not see in hollywood. >> you are corrupting people's minds and making them mentally ill and turning them into jihadists. >> you don't need to go online and pick your dude or whatever that you want, right? >> yeah. >> you can go to school here in college and listen to this nonsense and let the college that we're paying for with our tax dollars radicalize these guys. do you see how crazy this is? >> i see it's making you crazy. you're hot when you're crazy. >> anything works for you. >> yeah. a lot does. we were talking in the green room about this. i can't remember why, but we
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were. >> i think it's a fascinating topic because it's so interesting. we were talking about for example do you play to stereotypes, especially if they are negative. if you say oh gosh we see here the islamic jihadist terrorist, is that representative or -- you know what i read somewhere, it said would you depict a jewish family in the midst of nazi germany. some of these people are awful good businessmen and very wealthy. >> it's wrong. >> muslims are the minority here. >> if you look at -- i would say nazis and radical islam are exactly the same so if you're going to portray a terrorist as a young muslim and portray him as -- pick anybody -- if you were making a movie about nazi germany what would you do? would you have them be germans? >> no, i would say we have this
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radical element. >> would you not make them german? >> of course you would. i'm talking about the minority in your midst that is already subject to heavy stereotypes. when you look at the objection to mike flynn becoming national security advisor it has to do with tweets that he sent out that were islamophobic. >> i'm take an offensive tweet over getting my head chopped off. >> i don't know. think about it. >> i think we probably all agree on that. >> it's not across all media and shows. we talked about homeland, they don't shy away from it. they stepped up and it literally was ripped from the headlines. t tieant, they're not hiding it. they went pc a couple of weeks
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ago and i'm done with it. what a great premise and then they started with that. it's awful now. >> they had in quantico something where they had a terrorist say the phrase make america great again, i think that might have been the spoiler. that was before the election. what kind of message are they sending? the thing i have a problem with is that if you portray a terrorist as muslim, that is somehow racist, islam is a doctrine of ideas and we're not saying all muslims are terrorists, we're depicting a terrorist who happens to be muslim. how can that be bigoted. >> i don't understand it either. if hollywood wants to help and i've always thought the cia should do something like this is create muslim-american heros who are the ones that are helping find terrorists and to bring them -- to either stop a terrorist attack or to inform on
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them or something and make them be the hero. >> i think homeland had done that. >> madam secretary is pretty good at that too. >> they all get killed. >> yeah. the ones that help out end up dead. >> why don't we start profiling at college campuses about microaggression that are radicalizing people and turning them into jihadists. >> the other argument would be you need a cosby show for muslim-americans. >> all american muslim is on tlc. >> i think we need a cosby show for short people. we are underrepresented, aren't we? >> because we're so short. >> what are you saying in my ear? just 24 days until christmas. time to pick our secret santa.
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that tradition next.
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december has arrived and the christmas tree was lit in washington. president obama and first lady
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michelle obama flipped the switch to light the 48-foot blue spruce for the final time a short while ago. always a fun tradition. we want to do one of our own annual christmas traditions that everyone is so excited about. this is my blog for the day, making our secret santa. can i go first? >> can you pick me so i can get fuzzy slippers again. >> i've got mine. we'll go this way. >> that tree was a living creature and they chop it up and elect electrocute it. >> don't they plant it? >> no. they kill it and electro. >> caller: -- >> it's a beautiful tree. >> you no he whknow what i want. last year i got a washington
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football shirt. i wear it. you didn't think i would wear it. it was a terrific gift. >> did anybody get themselves? >> i got myself. >> put it back. >> we have to do it over again because then he'll know i have him. >> wait, you got yourself for real? >> everyone put it back. juan did get himself. >> i got greg. >> i got you. >> wait. who got -- put it back. >> oh, man. i would have got mine. >> one more time. >> now you go. >> i need the lask eye surgery. can you pick me? check if you go the yourself. >> that could conceivably happen every time. >> all right freaky. here you go. >> how did you know that was my
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name in college? >> what's a big gift everybody wants this year? >> he got a puppy so he's happy. >> something called hanimal. >> what is that? >> you can't even get it. >> i saw that. >> today he got the flying sharknado. >> what is it? >> it's a flying shark. >> you know i was asked to be in the last sharknado. >> what happened? >> i was told i wasn't supposed to do it. >> that and celebrity apprentice. >> put away the hat. greg. >> you are like in the holiday spirit. >> you know why? he's like a little elf. >> very good. one more thing is up next everyone.
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it's time now for one more thing. >> everyone has been watching this week the fires in tennessee. at least ten people have died. believe it or not, the fire serviceabl service believes these were human caused fires. in response dolly parton pledged to pay $1,000 a month to
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families who lost their homes to wildfires in her native sevier county tennessee until they get back on their feet. she said i always believe that charity begins at home and dollywood will help provide a hand to those families. >> is dollywood in danger? >> i don't believe it is. >> we wish them well. it's a good cause. >> we've got some really good economic news today. first of all, obviously the stock market made a new record high again today, but speaking of confidence s, this is how willing you are to spend money, this is how you feel about the economy going forward, we were at minus 11 before the election. it came out today at plus six and that's the highest it's been in eight years. clearly people are feeling better. 50% of people who manage money think the economy is going to be stronger, but this is a really important one.
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home prices, you remember the massive housing dip and everyone is like it went from $184,000 nationally per home all the way down to a low of $134,000 and we just this week, this month, this week, the monthly numbers made it all back and we're now above the high it was prior to the housing crisis. >> people feel good. >> i was going to say thanks obama. >> see this minus 11, it was right before the election when obama was still president. >> you put gas prices and unemployment and gdp. >> another excellent white board. >> why does it have to be white? >> because the color is actually white. >> i don't see color. >> good for you. >> i've got an article coming up that's on fox i talk about president obama's recent slamming of fox news. it's quite a read if i don't say so myself so i won't, therefore it is time for this.
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quickly let's go to the ping pong olympics. watch that reflex. she's won the gold in flicking ice. this went on for over 37 hours. >> no. >> i'm not joking. >> that's like animal abuse. >> she demanded it. she has a feline fetish for ice. >> that's so weird. >> that's what they gave me. don't blame me. >> zip it. juan. >> so kimberly's dating tips -- just joking. >> what? >> this couple in louisiana have been married 70 years, but they didn't have any wedding pictu s pictures. so their granddaughters arranged for them to have a wedding photo shoot for their anniversary.
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these are their rules for marriage. give each other space and learning to say you're sorry. >> you guys are the new couple. >> congratulations to ferris and margaret on 70 years of marriage. next year i will be on 39. >> wow! congratulations. you better come up with a big present. a nice piece of jewelry for your wife. she likes it, right kw? >> she loves it. >> i want to do something that i did last year each december wreaths across america cord nats with arlington cemetery to lay wreaths on head stones but this year half our veterans can go without one due to a shortage of donations. purchase a wreath. it only costs $15. find it in your heart and pocket please. the deadline to contribute is december 14th. you can click on my page or go to theirs to contribute. thank you so much. i hope you do it. i will be very grateful.
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set your dvr so you never miss an episode of the five. that's it for us unfortunately tonight. special report is next. this is a fox news alert. on a day when the president elect was out touting a job-saving deal, we're told he's ready to create another job for a retired general inside his administration. sources tell fox the president elect has found his defense secretary retired marine general james "mad dog" mattis. he has one more hurdle to climb and that's where we are tonight. we have fox team coverage. we start off with senior national correspondent in cincinnati tonight where trump


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