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that has got to be the last saving grace of republicans and hope the economy will take them to the finish line. >> neil: it's better to be a republican than not. have a great weekend. thanks for your help. "the five" is now. >> hello everyone, i'm jeddah along with emily can a panio. juan williams and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >> democrats continue with their outrageous rhetoric. some extreme examples of just how radical the left has become. first off, an illinois democratic congressional candidate under fire after comparing president trump to the mastermind of the september 11th terror attacks. >> in many ways this is -- i don't mean to sound overly, i don't know hyperbolic on this, trump and usama bin laden have a true amount in
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common because they have both figured out how to use the bully pulpit to, you know, activate, marginalize young men. it's the same tool. every demagogue has done, this right? finding angry people and giving them something to do. >> yes. >> sean casten campaign back tracked words poorly chosen and he regrets them. arizona democrat is threatening ice agents. congressman reuben guy geauga go warning ice agents deporting illegal aliens will not be safe from when president trump faces impeachment. al gore is saying trump should just call it quits. >> my only message would be resign. i don'i don't mean to be flippat about it. they have made the epa, cpa
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coal production agency. >> juan, have you got to help me out here with this insanity. what is going on with democrats? they are threatening ice agents? i mean have you got al gore come out as if anyone is going to listen to anything. trump is waiting with baited breath to see what al gore is going to say. you want me to resign? let me step up and do that? what are they doing? why not come out with a positive alternative message. >> i think there are positive alternative messages, again, so much news these days is national news, special at our level. everybody follows the national news and the star of american national news at this point, no surprise to me, donald trump. everything is about him. so you are going to get on the individual message in terms of specific campaign jedi a, you will get messages. you see the democrats pushing heavy on healthcare, on the immigration front. can i go on. when it comes to donald trump you reason why he has
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60% disapproval rating record high he inspires a great deal of anger, in fact fear among people on the other side of the political aisle. >> people say you are saying inspire anger and peeble people coming out and comparing him to usama bin laden. >> no, no. that was in terms of his use of rhetoric. remember, witch-hunt, fake news i could go on. is he good with language and does it in a manipulative way in the way he repeats phrases over again. last night in indiana lock her up. you would think they are still running the 2016 campaign. osama's messages? oh my gosh. you talk about white grievance today. usama bin laden was big on grievance for his guys. >> the rhetoric is across the spectrum. i'm from the bay area and i had someone say to my face that they were glad that the las vegas shooting happened to country music fans because maybe then that segment of the population
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would appreciate gun control measures. and that kind of rhetoric is let alone from the hypocrisy, i mean, it's absolutely aberrant. i think, you know, i'm not excusing that by any means, but i think it certainly is on all sides. i think al gore is the last person by the way that should be telling someone to let it go hey, al gore, give it up. gore v. bush. anybody remember that? >> mark, what's interesting to me is that you see them going after donald trump right now. >> right. >> let's say woke up and resigned mike pence is next he will take even more heat i would argue. >> bush has hitler and trump is usama bin laden mitt romney had won he will be saddam hussein or kim jong un. it doesn't really matter. what i do think if you are going to do this, you have to have a lighter touch. al gore joke of the epa is
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now the cpa coal production agency, that comedy gold. gregg will be using that on his show. >show. >> greg: dead eye. >> just forgetting that and just going straight to the trump is usama bin laden. you know, i like a bit of this stuff, juan. it isn't the same. trump and osama is not the same. maybe they co-produced miss universe for a couple of years back in the 1990s and osama said to trump. miss -- she is pretty hot this year. i don't think so. york they are helpful to your side. >> does it work though, greg? does this stuff work where you gin up the base and talk about impeachment and you equate the president with -- is it successful? is that maybe a successful strategy for the mid terms?
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>> i don't know. i remember just like it was august 2012, joe biden told a diverse crowd that republicans were going to put you all back in chains now fiery speech this week about civility. people have a short memory about their own standard. what i have learned about, this we are running out of evil things to compare trump to. why don't you go to the ultimate evil and compare donald trump to donald trump. like this -- donald trump is as bad, if not worse than donald trump he has turned the media to church ladies. everything was caused by satan. now he has become the satan. this is how it works when you are comparing somebody to bin laden or hitler, it's a flow chart of fascism. first you demonize the leader, right? you call this figure trump. you call him hitler or bin laden. then by extension all supporters are accessories to the easel. >> now it's okay to call his
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supporters appeasers and so on. and then what that does is elevates any action, maybe by antifa as somewhat heroic because it's a moral ability because these people are evil and then finally that encourages violence to suppress their political freedom. right now i believe that we're between step 3 and step 4. we have seen violence by antifa towards people trying to suppress their political freedoms, their political voice. we are seeing that happen. the first thing have you got to do is demonize. and that's what you are seeing. >> mark: that's why the congressman saying to ice if you enact trump's orders, we're going to come after you. >> greg: it's getting there. to your point you have to bring up the fact what did he say overly. >> overly hyperbolic. >> greg: great term. amazing term. >> i have to be precise. remember in the berkeley protest recently members of
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antifa had their faces covered and berkeley ph.d. was taking mug shots of protesters arrested for holding weapons and other violent acts and they posted the mug shots on twitter and then they were called out by the left for doxing these protesters. that's not -- you don't get to -- it's conflating the protections and it goes back to what you were say something somehow kind of rendering them heroic for actually, no, just breaking the law and being thugs when it was actually a family of the protection. >> juan: who is break the law. you mean if someone is behaving violent aggressive behavior breaking the law. distinction made that's important to this conversation which is if people are standing up to those who are fascist. >> greg: hitting them with bike lockson grand and protesting against them, i think the violence as i recall the violence was perpetrated by the people eminem you are totally right. the distinction is what you just said.
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>> greg: what people. perpetrated by beef and upset that trump won. it happened in portland after the election. it was not trump pique people beating up trump people. it came from the left. we just spent a long period of time listening to the media saying how harmful trump's rhetoric is about the press that it's gotten to gin up violence. so where is the media on this stuff? because this is actually ginning up rhetoric lead to violence to just average americans to happen to support a president. >> juan: you know, the reality is there was a real threat against the "boston globe." >> greg: yes. >> juan: you understand that. >> greg: that's why i'm bringing it up. >> juan: that didn't come from the left, gregory. >> greg: the point is that was a verbal threat. if you look at the numbers of violent cases against reporters has gone down this year and has nothing to do with trump. >> juan: perforenemy of the peoe going after -- >> greg: let me back this up with the evidence. look at incidents of violence against reporters
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it's during protests that, quote, turn violent so either get hit by rioters or they get hit by antirioting agents rubber bullets. >> juan: that's why reporters at trump rallies are fearing for their lives. >> greg: it wasn't at trump rallies they were at protests. >> care about these things? what's interesting to me is folks on the west suddenly care about this violence. they suddenly care about extramarital affairs when it comes to presidents. suddenly care about character and leadership. interesting to see them suddenly awake. if you are going to care about these things care about violence precipitated on both sides and character on both sides. people adamantly defended bill clinton for years. >> juan: that's a false equivalent. >> it is not false if you are talking about integrity. >> juan: are you talking about stormy? >> greg: we have facebook friday coming up. it's about the potential for fec violation. it's not about the sex. >> all right. hollywood we writes history
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on jawp welcome back. hollywood creating new controversy. first, a new movie starring ryan gosling as former astronaut neil armstrong receiving a big backlash because the film intentionally leaves out iconic moment in 1969 when the american flag was planted on the moon. the canadian actor defends the decision to omit ole glory. he says the historic vision transcends countries and borders as a human achievement. and gosling says he doesn't think neil armstrong views himself as an american hero. this comes as a new report in variety shows just how gosling's celebrity friends are gearing up for the mid terms. they are donating big bucks, more than $27 million to try to help democrats win back control of the congress. so, mark, let's start with the landing on the moon in this movie. >> greg: never happened. >> juan: did happen.
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i'm totally derailed. now we are down conspiracy lane. hold off on the conspiracy for just a second. can i get that? back to you, mark. >> mark: yeah. it did happen. i'm canadian like ryan gosling. we landed on the moon. the canadian red first flag landed on the moon and you americans faked it up in that bit of utah desert or whatever it is. i think this this is pathetically sad. you know what i like about the moon landing by the way? when they got up there they had a cassette machine and they played frank sinatra fly me to the moon. first music ever played on the moon. and that is american. because if it had been the russians they would have played something big by the soviet 1812 overture and germans would have played
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beethoven. there is something very american. only the americans could have done that kennedy sent the nation a challenge. it rose to the challenge and being american they exceeded that and that flag should be in that story. >> juan: i was going to ask you go to the heart of the argument. take gosling on his face this is a tremendous human achievement, not just an american achievement is that a good argument? >> i see where he's coming from but i say that part of the beauty of being an american is the fact that it does represent so many other cultures that have come here and we all are american together. when i was little i wanted to be an nawnt. astronaut. i went to air force academy. i did all that stuff. and all of those camps there were american flags everywhere. and it was always in the shared love of pure suit.
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and among the stars it was not nationalistic to the detriment of other types of indoctrination happening. i totally disagree with how that's portrayed. did you see chuck yellinger's tweet. that's not neil armstrong i remember look what the these hollywood cats are doing. >> juan: let me offer a nationalistic statement jedediah. i think the united states paid for this. took the risk and put those men on the moon. >> jedediah: that's exactly right. can i never watch the notebook the same again. this is noah calhoun, this is like my fantasy guy and now i have got to hear this insanity. >> juan: hey. >> mark: in la la land. >> greg: he just got married. >> for years come and build me a house shutters and everything. now this slap at patriotism. this is insanity. what drives me crazy about this is this is what we do
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to make everybody feel better and everybody has to be part of everything. no, this guy was an american. he went to the moon. he planted an american flag, stop rewriting history to make irving like. if canadian or anybody else gone to the moon i would expect them to plant a flag and be part of the story. what's outrageous to me is that tell the truth and the story as it was. yes, it's a human achievement but this guy was american and that's part of the story. >> juan: i think ryan gosling is pretty cute but greg gutfeld is sitting next to you. >> greg: i feel a little cold. ryan gosling was only half right. he didn't go the whole way. first of all, the title first man very sexist. it could easily have been a woman at that time. why did they need a male
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actor to play neil armstrong. female perhaps reese witherspoon. not an american achievement or masculine achievement. it's just an achievement. anybody could have played neil armstrong. also what really upsets me is canadian playing an american. hollywood, can they allow cultural appropriation like this? that is totally immoral. the worst thing about it is in all seriousness he has no right to speak for neil armstrong. he shouldn't have said. that's the problem with this, he shouldn't have said he thought he knew what neil armstrong was thinking. it was called the space race. it was a race to the moon among countries and that's why it was called a space race. >> juan: that's a good history lesson. sometimes people don't remember there was such a thing as sputnik. we were afraid that the russians. >> they were ahead in the early years. if they had gotten there first that flag would have been in the movie.
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>> greg: ryan gosling would play the russian proudly. >> juan: we continue beating up on hollywood. emily, what about hollywood raising money for democrats for the mid terms? >> well, i think that coming out of hollywood there is such hypocrisy. investigated studios for discrimination there is a reason there is a asking that oscars so white. so many problems there that kind of projecting on to what is so wrong with the right side of the spectrum in their eyes and that loud glaring emanating. they really should turn that -- those glasses inward because there is a lot of work that needs to be done. >> jedediah: let them go. i want hollywood front and center. the more they do for politicians the more the majority of americans reject those candidates. front and center. the money. >> mark: election night 2016, "us weekly" said
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inside the hillary clinton victory party oh, look, there is katy perry. there is lady gaga. 20 minutes later cher arrives. the room was deserted. cher understood it was loser central and left didn't work last time it won't work this time. >> juan: i think vegas has given money to the republicans. anyway, president trump fires warning shots at the justice department, the fbi. who isn't he firing at? everybody at a raucous indiana rally. you will love these highlights when we return. ♪ ♪ it's absolute confidence in 30,000 precision parts,
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democrats at his rally in indiana. watch. >> our justice department and our fbi have to start doing their job and doing it right and doing it now. [cheers] people are angry. what's happening is a disgrace. but at some point, if it doesn't straighten out properly, i want them to do their job, i will get involved. you look at google, facebook, twitter, and other social media giants and i made it clear we as a country cannot tol can tolerate political censorship. today democratic party angry mobs, radicals, establishment cronies and their fake news allies. >> mark: i think that was the greatest intro. they got awful your
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qualities. [laughter] mafantastic. >> juan: here is my favorite part, mark. i don't know if you got to see this. but they had the president's daughter-in-law doing television for the crowd. and people were saying it looked like praagh yes here he comes and here it goes. forget fox. forget all the networks. forget the enemies of the american people. they have created their own network now when the protesters showed up where did she come from? what happened? >> mark: that was at the moment in the speech when he said he was replacing nafta with the u.s. mexican trade agreement and a lady in the crowd suddenly goes bananas. i assumed she was the canadian foreign minister. >> greg: it was ryan gosling. [laughter] >> mark: she was dragged out as ryan gosling was dancing.
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jedediah, there is something serious here though. the whole business that he is giving the fbi, the department of justice and saying you got an issue here and we have to do something about it. >> jedediah: oh, yeah. you are inclined initially to say okay, you don't want an executive branch that's too powerful. you want to respect the justice department and fbi. then you see the stuff coming out bruce ohr and his wife and gets so ridiculous that the president has to come out and say, look, something is going on here that's not right and if you follow the trail, it's almost scary, actually, that it's happened. the other thing that i will point to though whenever i watch these it's refreshing to see a republican that does these well. for a very long time i have talked about republicans having a hard time with communications and you hear about president obama was this great or tore. this is a guy who gets up. he does feed red meat to the base but he also isn't afraid to bring up controversial things like bringing up the fbi and justice department rattles a lot of they feathers people start calling him a
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dictator. he has to do it. he is not afraid to do it. amen. say what needs to be said. a lot of people at mommy cheering for you. if it wasn't happening in such horrific and painful way maybe he wouldn't have to talk about the justice department and fbi. this stuff is beyond the pale. >> it's actually, that point of yours, it's a new form. i like the way he calls globalist elites global list elites. >> he is a cable talk show host that became president. let's be clear. that's why he is good at it that's why it's new. his rallies they are the easy pass around the media toll booth. if he can't get passed that traffic jam he gets on that frontage road and he is around that and he gets by them and gets directly he goes over and to the right of the media to get directly to the people. antidote to the anti-trump blood feast on the other channels. they almost mirror each
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other, i will say that in their fervour. the uglier it gets in the anti-trump world the more kind of the louder this gets. and i don't know if you would need these rallies if the media has more of a reasonable perspective. having said that i'm a little rallied out. >> mark: tired of winning? >> greg: not that what he is saying is wrong is that he needs to mix it up. is he like an old rock band with classic hits and he needs a couple of new hits to play to the audience because i have heard a lot of it. >> mark: you are just jealous. >> juan: lock her up, lock her up. >> mark: side two track three from new album. [laughter] threat to take down big tech. you are a lawyer, emily, what do you make of that? >> emily: i appreciate the fact that it's a direct call to the public. i agree with the easy pass and kind of harnesses that the media has a chance to
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distort and change the message any way they want. i appreciate that. even in their coverage clear that the conservative voice is being suppressed and oppressed. the reason i say that is for example every time i search for an article to study or to tweet out from this network, i have to specifically add in fox news on to google to have the fox news article brought up. there is no way that it is presented to me equally from the others. so i appreciate -- >> mark: it's only one of juan's articles. >> juan: thank you. >> mark: new study settled a long standing dispute which sex is better behind the wheel. that answer is next on "the five."
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[laughter] >> emily: no one asked me. before you hit the road this labor day. listen up, the long standing debate on whether men or women make better drivers has been settled and it turns out while some guys may brag about being better behind the wheel new study concludes it's actually us ladies who are officially superior. british researchers say female drivers are safer and have fewer accidents. now, i have to tell you guys a, i drive like a maniac and i certainly used. to say i had my license suspended by the time i was 18. sorry mom and dad. because i got too many tickets. >> greg: that's your car? >> emily: that is my car 372 372 mach 1. we are not getting that. i had a valve voyeur station wagon which was awesome. i packed 12 kids into the station wagon before i even had my license. drove everyone to the city of san francisco and cruised around all night and came
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back. i'm sure my parents are now fainting. so, tell me about -- on that note, all right, juan, what's your dream car and i feel like i can see you with a cautious law abiding driver. >> juan: i didn't even know how to drive because i grew up in new york. i didn't know how to drive until my wife was pregnant and she said you're going to drive me to the hospital. >> emily: stop, is that true? >> greg: that is a great reason. >> juan: but i have questions about this study by the way. normally the conservatives at the table are the ones who are skeptical of these studies. here is a study. who did this study? i think it's a group of women and i think my wife was involved. [laughter] ohio can it be that women are better drivers than it men? >> greg: be careful, juan. >> juan: how can it be? women drive more. >> greg: putting um a stop sign. >> juan: wait a minute. it says here on the phone,
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doing makeup, eating, and smoking are problems for people while they are driving. now, who does this? when is the last time you put on makeup in the car. >> greg: i work on tv. insurance, this is not news. insurance rates reflect this that women pay lower rates because they are safer drivers and men generally take more risks. they tend to speed. the riskiest driver is a teenage male. they are usually the ones involved in the most homicides -- vehicular deaths, not homicides. men in general behave riskier based on hormone levels and natural selection. football orchestrated coalition without cars. this is whacars -- collision without cars. that's what we do. >> mark: that's why this survey proves men's point this survey says women get fewer tickets and fewer
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prosecutions and lower insurance rates. because why then think women are worse drivers is because they obey the law. >> greg: right. they obey the law. 30 miles per hour and the woman ahead of you is doing 27 miles an hour in third gear and you are like. >> emily: a lot of generalization happening now. >> mark: this is also the last that you divide between men and women the sexes. everything else it would be 58 gender. how do non-binary people drive. sometimes i drive on the right, sometimes i drive on the left. >> emily: how do you keep it straight. jedediah, how about you? >> jedediah: men in my life don't like to ask for directions. >> greg: i have never heard of that stereotype. >> jedediah: it's two fold you don't like to ask for directions and then you become enraged that inspires road rage you can't figure out where you are going. i passed my driver's test
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the first time in a snow storm to throw that out there. >> greg: juan, i'm saving you again, the solution is self-driving cars which will eliminate all vehicular deaths. >> emily: that's a terrible solution. >> greg: listen. right now one of the number one causes the deaths is distracted driving which is texting and doing what juan was talking about which is going to overtake drunk driving. self-driving cars will never be distracted they don't text and don't drink. >> mark: self-driving car is like being driven by a woman. >> greg: that's good. that means they have fewer accidents and lives are saved. >> emily: i need to give you a ride in the mach 1. >> juan: 71% of car accident casualties are men. only 29% are women. >> jedediah: you will stop at nothing with this robot thing. >> greg: i'm telling it you will eliminate the fatality.
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>> greg: questions we have the answers, i think. okay. this is from alan. there is a common name you don't hear much of these days. what's the first thing you would do if aliens landed on our planet? mark? >> mark: i think i would ask if he was called alan. [laughter] since you brought it up. alan alien are actually very similar. >> greg: that's true. remove one vowel and add an ie. that's interesting thing. alien. i don't want to pull a kilmeade and do a misspelling. juan, alien? >> juan: take him to our leader. >> greg: trump? [laughter] that would be amazing. >> juan: that would be a great meeting. >> greg: papers and install a wall around them. >> juan: illegal immigrants. have you got to go guys.
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>> mark: look fabulous. got to get a trump resort. >> greg: a golf course. >> greg: emily, first thing you would do. >> emily: figure out if they are hostile or friendly. hostile get non-perishable food and hide in the basement and if they were friendly i would be all about it, guys, space, astronauts, i would love it. >> greg: jed? >> jedediah: 'depends on what they looked like. cute like a puppy or kitten. exactly ryan gosling. but if they were scary, i would run. >> greg: i think you know the answer. the first thing i would do is eat them. i am so tired of us eating earth lings, cows are earth lings, we are all earthlings. alien landed that's the food we eat. >> emily: what if it was poisoned and sent here divut deputy i would have a taster
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first. juan, try this. little green man. >> juan: let mikey try it. >> greg: exactly. it would be delicious. what if an alien came down and looked likes awesome cinnabons like you get at the airport. really nice, sweet. look like cinnabon. you have to eat them. carl, this is a good question from carl. what do you think is the greatest invention of all time, juan? juan juan music, i like music a lot. tv is not bad, right? by the way, i think the iphone, you know, that you can take photographs, you can keep your music on it your -- i mean, it's incredible. >> greg: that's a good one. what about you, jed? >> jedediah: i would say the vacuum sealing of potato chips. stuff that keeps stuff fresh stays on the shelves is fascinating. honestly.
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>> greg: it scares me that's fascinating. >> greg: think about it how do my salt and village garr potato chips stay fresh that long on the shelf. that's pretty cool. >> mark: vacuum sealing of potato chips is actually the worse invention. you were body strength is deteriorating in a terrible way and it's like years since i got into the salt and vinegar chips. >> jedediah: too tough. >> greg: all right, emily. >> emily: head says vac senile and heart says the car. a vehicle. >> juan: could have had a horse. >> emily: actually, the sickest car garage i have ever been to was in russia catherine, the -- all of her carriages that were like gold and red and i definitely had a bit of a cinderella moment i will say. the mechanized transport, the wheel. the wheel. >> greg: kind of the longer
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version of the shoe horn. shoe horn that you don't have to sit down. >> mark: that's fantastic. >> greg: probably the best thing ever invented. nothing worse get your shoe on and get your finger stuck. the little one is stupid lose the little one. get a nice long one made of wood and sometimes when you have an issue not so bad, either. >> mark: shouldn't use that it will ruin -- >> juan: living with cranky old men. >> greg: david, this question scares me. it was freaky friday and just like the movie, you have to switch bodies for the day. who would you swap with, all right. emily and keep it clean, please. this is a family show. [laughter] >> emily: some type of olympic athlete so i would know what it was like and win a gold. >> greg: that was clean.
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>> jedediah: switch with trump for a day sense of power and make stuff happen. sign a few executive orders. >> juan: it's that body. you have to be eating all those burgers? >> jedediah: i could get a few executive orders through it would be a small price to pay. >> mark: you would look great with trump hair. i would like -- lena dunham. i think i would make a great lena dunham. we look pretty similar without clothes on. oh, sorry, sorry, sorry. >> greg: juan? >> juan: i was thinking, hussein bolt is fast. incredible to feel speed a beautiful dancer and the other day i saw something about muhammed ali and i realized wow, that guy was graceful and fast and powerful but i'm not sure -- i mean, everybody ages. >> greg: i would switch with my wife just to know what it is like to live with me and might help me. like, if i am like sitting
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across from me at dinner and going out, can i actually see what drives her crazy because i actually don't see what drives her crazy until, you know, that would be the best use of my time. >> mark: very -- you want to change into your wife so you can know what it like to be in love with yourself? >> greg: exactly. if that's not a movie, i don't know what is. >> juan: that's nasaism at a new level. >> greg: all right. one more thing is up next. ♪ ♪ mom: okay we need to get all your school supplies today... school... grade... done. done. hit the snooze button and get low prices on school supplies all summer long. like this case of paper for only $29.99 at office depot officemax.
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that's the power of &. & when her patient's blood pressure drops, she can share the information with... >> juan: r-e-s-p-e-c-t to the guards at buckingham palace, yes, that's right. while aretha franklin was being laid to rest the guard at buckingham palace performed aretha's 1967 hit r-e-s-p-e-c-t at the changing of the guard. watch this ♪ ♪ ♪ >> juan: the guard later issued a statement saying r-e-s-p-e-c-t underpins all they do in the british military and they wanted to pay tribute to aretha franklin by the way the guard did the same thing when they played the u.s. national anthem in the days after the 9/11 terror attack
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in new york. much r-e-s-p-e-c-t, respect for the buckingham palace guard. >> emily: that's pretty cool. >> jedediah: that's a good one. emily? >> emily: first one for you, greg, look what i brought for you. i have a presents. made think last night it's hand sanitizer with a unicorn taped to it because you sneeze into your hands and so there you go. yesterday i made the things i hate about everybody list of. >> jedediah: congratulations. that's quite an honor. >> greg: throw up it's the rainbow. >> emily: real one more thing is on the day that senator john mccain is lying in state in our nation's capitol, i just wanted to honor his legacy of service in the united states navy which is close to my heart because my father was a commanders in the u.s. navy and he was a physician in the medical core. that's him in 1977 two years before i was born. so i wanted to draw
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attention to the navy's hospital ship which just announced a two month humanitarian mission deployment to central and south america and i just feel like it's important to highlight all the humanitarian work our defense force does globally and how much good and aid our soldiers give us service with our partners. >> jedediah: amen. greg? >> greg: i have two today, too. greg gutfeld show tomorrow night 10:00 p.m. grand new new this is exlengths show. terry baker. kat timpf, terry schappert and tyrus. when i'm in line getting soup and you are trying can i have a sample of that when you are in a deli, do you ask for bites of sand witches? because there are people behind you. pick a soup, it's not like you are buying a suit. >> my husband does that with ice cream. don't even get me started. i have a good one a north carolina woman was expecting to find a package, getting a package delivered to her doorstep but instead she gets this note from a u.p.s. driver in her mailbox and
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the note says it's martha, bear in driveway. the guy could not deliver her package because there was an actual bear in her driveway. i envy this situation. >> greg: actually alec baldwin. >> juan: how did he get the note there. >> i guess he left the note and he was able to leave the note but i guess he wasn't going to brave the driveway to contend with the bear. mark? >> mark: okay, this used to be my favorite dancing head of government. this is donald trump dancing with the saudis that's a big show they have in saudi arabia. my new favorite dancing head of government is the british prime minister theresa may, juan was saying he wanted to be b barishkav i brief it's called the macarena, it's fantastic. see when she turns around
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and shakes her little. >> juan: i love that. >> jedediah: turn in monday for labor day fan mail special. you won't want to miss it. "special report" is coming up next. hey, bret. >> bret: i was not the baier in the driveway. capitol hill says goodbye to john mccain and motown celebrates the life of aretha franklin. it's still going on. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: good evening, welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. at the beginning of the holiday weekend dedicated to the american worker president trump is digging in and insisting on a trade deal with canada that gives the u.s. a better deal than nafta. mexico got on board, according to the administration, earlier this week. now the pressure is on our neighbors to the north. but, leaked comments from the president could change the

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