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mar-a-lago, what did you think of john kerry's speech? he said, and i quote, it speaks for itself. don't forget. join me tomorrow on the fox business network at 2:00 p.m. where i am every day. i will be back in here for neal tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. i hope you join me again. "the 5" is next. this is a fox news alert. debbie reynolds, the mother of carrie fisher, has reportedly been rushed to the hospital. tmz is reporting it is a possible stroke but does not have information. the 84-year-old whose daughter died has been distraught since carrie's emergency friday on a united jet. we'll keep you posted as soon as we get more information. the obama administration attempts to mop up its mess after turning its back on our greatest ally, israel. it only made things worse today. earlier, secretary of state, john kerry, delivered what seemed like a never-ending
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address defending the administration's decision to let the u.n. condemn israel for building settlements in the west bank and east jerusalem. america's top diplomate publicly rebuke our long-time friend. >> the two-state solution is the only way to achieve a just and lasting peace between israelis and palestinians. it is the only way to ensure israel's future as a jewish and democratic state. it is the only way to insure a future of freedom and dignity. regrettably, some seem to believe that the u.s. friendship means the u.s. must accept any policy regardless of our own interests, our own positions. they fail to recognize that this friend, the united states of america, that has done more to support israel than any other country. >> a short while later, israel's
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prime minister fired right back. benjamin netanyahu outraged that secretary kerry would be critical of his country at a time when the middle east is going up in flames. >> i must express my deep disappointment with the speech today of john kerry. a speech that was almost as unbalanced as the anti-israel resolution passed at the u.n. last week. in a speech ostensibly about peace between israelis and palestinians, secretary kerry paid lip service to the unremitting campaign of terrorism that has been waged by the palestinians against the jewish state for nearly a century. what he did was to spend most of his speech blaming israel for the lack of peace by passionately condemning a policy of enabling jews to live in their historic homeland and in their eternal capital,
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jerusalem. it is a shame that secretary kerry does not see this simple truth. >> a sharp and immediate response from netanyahu regarding secretary kerry's remarks. >> unbelievable. know parting shot on bb netanyahu on his way out of the office. benjamin netanyahu came over here against president barack obama's will and sat down with congress and addressed congress. obama didn't like that. president obama turned around around tried to get, friday to undermine his re-election and tried to get him out of office. it goes back and forth. this is president obama taking the final shot at the expense of peace in the middle east and our very, very important ally, the only democratic ally in the middle east. i am blown away. benjamin netanyahu later on in the announcement said that the palestinians reward palestinians
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that murder jews and now we are giving them the currency, the palestinians currency at the negotiating table with israel. it is insane. >> the curtain has finally been pulled back on how the administration feels about the israelis. the secretary of state spent the majority of his time blaming israelis for building settlements and claiming they were a part of a one-state solution. that israel wanted to take all this palestinian land and make it their own and there would never be a two-state solution. therefore, the united states had to come in and save the palestinians are from what the big, bad israelis were doing. essentially what he said. >> this is kind of stunning in the fact that this is coming towards the end of president barack obama's administration, making these declarative statements, in terms of muddying the water and trying to negotiate a peace >> in any relationship whether it is foreign policy or personal
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relationship, you can't want it more nan the couple, more than the people involved. in this case, john kerry is coming out and saying, i'm going to force you, bebe netanyahu, to sit down with the palestinians, people that pay, martyrs, suicide bombers and other terrorists, to come and blow up israelis. she have not been good partners in peace despite the fact that mahmoud abad seems to say one thing to the people and another to the public. my grandfather lived and died in a place called gilo, considered by the european union, japan and the united nation, occupied territory. it is in east jerusalem. the israelis consider this to be part of jerusalem. i do not support settlements personally. i don't think the way john kerry
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has gone about doing this -- >> why don't you support this? >> it is in the israeli interest one day, one day, i'm hopeful that they will have an opportunity for a palestinian state somewhere on the territory of these settlements. >> who declared that territory palestinians? >> they think so. >> ultimately, you are going to have to do something about this. if you don't, if you want israel to be a majority jewish country, eventually, i'm not saying it is going to be tomorrow, eventually, you will have to create a homeland for the palestinians, otherwise, you are going to use the jewish character of israel. it is going to happen demographically. the point is this. i understand what john kerry is doing. i don't understand the point of it is. out the door saying to two people. >> he is defending his boss and saying nobody has been better to israel than president obama. >> they are so afraid of the donald trump administration and how they will handle israel,
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they tried to pull the pin on the grenade, they did pull the pin on the grenade and threw it right there in the middle of israel. when you heard john kerry speak about hamas, he referred to hamas as a militant group, which is very different from a terror group. the u.s. state department considers hamas to still be a terror group, the organization that encouraged attacks on israeli, practically the start of a third entathada. it was a huge problem two years ago they had in 2014 and still have. interesting he used that language. >> we have president-elect donald trump on his remarks regarding the economy. >> i was just called by the head people at sprint. they are going to be bringing 5,000 jobs back to the united states. they are taking them from other countries. they are bringing them back to the united states. masa and some other people were very much involved in that. i want to thank them. also, one web, a new company, is
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going to be hiring 3,000 people. that's very excited. we have a combination of sprint for 5,000 jobs and that's coming from all over the world and they are coming back into the united states, which is a nice change and also one web, 3,000 jobs. a new company. it was done through masa, a terrific guy. we appreciate it. >> mr. president-elect, did you speak with president obama today? >> i did. he phoned me. we had a nice conversation. >> did you bring up any concern bs s about a roadblock? >> we had a very general conversation, very, very nice. >> do you want the united states to leave the u.n.? >> the u.n. has such tremendous potential, not living up to its potential. there is such tremendous potential. it is not living up to it.
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when do you see the united nations solving problems? they don't. they cause problems. if it lives up, it is a great thing. if it doesn't, it is a waste of time and money. thank you very much. >> that was president-elect donald trump making some remarks. talking about the economy, jobs added with sprint and touching on the united nations which he has been critical of in the past saying it is a waste of money unless they live up to their potential, encouraging them to do great things in the future. president obama called donald trump. something like, donald, are we good? are you sure? i want to make sure we are good. >> do you think he cares? >> i think president obama will care when donald trump starts signing all these executive orders over undoing some of these resolutions that president barack obama signed.
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i was hoping for a little bit more teeth to the economic part of the announcement. he is pointing out that jobs -- what he ran on, keeping jobs in america, he is doing that and getting another company added to the list. >> america first and promoting the economy here. tom, your thoughts? >> he should do more of these type of press conferences. in was a little brief. it is exciting to see him stand and answer questions. trump has this thing. he attacks online and then he comes out. he is a little nicer when he is speaking in public. he attacked the u.n. on twitter and he comes out and says they have tremendous potential. if they can solve problems, they can live up to their potential. he sees a lot of hope. that was good. i don't know what this announcement did. there wasn't a lot of meat on the bones. the sprint announcement. >> sprint and another company, 8,000 jobs, we will take it. i don't care if he is announcing 500 jobs or 50,000 jobs. the point is, bringing jobs back
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and that contributes to optimism. later on in the show, we are going to talk about new poll numbers and how americans are feeling about 2017. they are feeling really strong about it. it is a good thing. >> it is positive, julie. if it is your family member that has a job they get to keep here or a job that's added, you are excited about it. this is part of the process and progression forward. >> i love the fact that barack obama brought millions of jobs back. >> i'm sorry. >> i remember when he lost the jobs. he brought those jobs back. >> you are talking about the fact that there is massive, massive job growth under obama. i don't think you can disprove there isn't z are y. >> are you guying being sarcastic? >> fewer americans working now than before. >> he was elected in the worst recession ever. all right. >> so many americans believe it is not worth it for them to work
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or you have people with part-time jobs. >> nobody is praying more than i am for donald trump to make america great again and bring all these jobs back. i hope he does it. >> that optimism, see if we can tackle the problems in israel, shall we? there is an additional piece of sound from benjamin netanyahu saying it has absolutely incontestable evidence the u.s. was behind the u.n. vote. listen to this. >> israel hope that is the outgoing obama administration will prevent any more damage being done to israel at the u.n. in its waning days. i wish i could be comforted by the promise that the u.s. says we will not bring anymore resolutions to the u.n. we have it on absoluteliy incontestable that the united states organized, advanced, and brought this resolution to the
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united nations security council. >> very strong statement there, strong allegation. they say they have incontestable evidence, eric, that this is, in fact, the case. >> it really doesn't matter if they brought it. they knew it was coming anyway, by the fact that we did not veto the resolution. that's all you have to do. it is a nonvote, a nonvote is a vote in favor. everyone knew it, the 14 members of the security council knew it. >> that's a very serious allegation that he is making. if he is making that allegation, i understand a lot of this is confidential information and intelligence and they can't share. if you are going to make that allegation in public, the public in israel and here deserves to see some evidence of what he is talking about? >> evidence, you mean like when all these groups say there was russian hacking going on. >> i have said from day one that obama needs to release the evidence and i think he will in the same way that netanyahu needs to. >> if you bring that resolution
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again, we are not going to veto. >> you are making a serious allegation. this is exactly like the russian hacking. there needs to be some sort of declassified information that our country and the israeli public needs to see when the prime minister, our greatest ally, is making an allegation against our president. >> i am wondering why they are not handing it over now. why not give it to the incoming trump administration and make a portion of that public so we all know what they are talking about. >> what eric says, it doesn't matter. it is the abstention that matters. it's big enough news, the abstention, right? >> it is pretty horrific if, in fact, the united states is behind it. it is something very significant. that's a very strong statement he is making. i suspect that if he is making that statement, he has the evidence to back it up. he is going to have to proffer it at some point. bebe netanyahu is very disappointed in the obama administration as we said. he did thank president-elect trump from his support today.
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back to the obama's pathetic defense for throwing israel under the bus, under the wheel on its neck. president obama may not have israel's back but president-elect made it crystal clear he does. we can not continue to let israel be treated with so much disdain and disrespect. they used to have a friend in the u.s. the beginning to the end was the horrible u.n. deal and now this. stay strong, israel, january
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20th is slowly approaching. benjamin netanyahu thanks him in a public treat and today. >> israel looks forward to working with president-elect trump, and with the american congress, democrats and republicans alike, to mitigate the damage this resolution has done and ultimately to repeal it. >> i feel good that president-elect donald trump has a good relationship with benjamin netanyahu. >> absolutely. you want the president of the united states to have a good relationship with key allies of the united states. the fact that this is happening on the break of him being able to become president and get sworn in. it makes it challenging for the president-elect, because he is going to have to undo the damage that has been created, one, by the iran deal and by this betrayal of israel. it is significant. it is compelling internationally and certainly problematic. >> if we have a strong democracy
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in the middle east where there aren't very many of those. >> israel is not happy with the obama administration but who is? you said it was a parting shot. that's a good description of t heather, you said their true colors are showing and the curtain has been pulled back. >> on how this administration feels about israel. >> how they feel. as far as policy, it's meaningless. like trump said, january 20th is coming up fast. if he meant any of this, he would have done it before. it is pleatcompletely insincere. >> part of it is the whole p.r. push. so now you have the united nations and we can all laugh but there are a whole lot of countries, correctly or incorrectly, who take them seriously. the pressure builds up op tn th united nations to go after israel. they use us as an ally as it did at the united nations for the very first time. that becomes a real problem.
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>> this is hugely problematic. it puts the united states in a bad position and a position we should never be in against israel. this has huge diplomatic implications. >> another opportunity for donald trump to come in and say, we've got this. i am going to fix this relationship. >> he has a lot of messes to clean up on aisle 7. >> he keeps spilling the bottle and stuff keeps breaking. >> one of the big subjects that will come up. some members of congress are talking about what to do about the united nations. do we defund the united nations? there is so much money that goes into it, a general pot and one that goes into united nations peacekeeping and the peacekeeping one is $2.3 billion and we can question whether or not they always do what is right. >> there is a third, other u.n. initiatives. we put in in $2012020 10 $2 mil.
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>> we signed a ten-year deal with israel, the biggest and largest deal in its history for $38 billion worth of military technology we are going to give to the israelis. i want to if he cuss on thfocu positive sgchlt wi positive. >> protecting them from the deal of sustaining from this resolution? >> gaza was not on barack obama's watch. >> i am not blaming him. if you embolden the palestinians and you fund hamas, you are saying, do your thing. israel is going, wait a minute. >>ky ju >> can i just say this? this issue doesn't lend itself to sound bites. you can be pro-israel. i am incredibly pro-israel and
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still against their settlement policy. it doesn't mean you can give away that. >> netanyahu says, the palestinians pay people to murder jews and favor of them getting some sort of deal on that land. you are in favor of that. >> today, do i want to give them the west bank? no. i saw what happened with gaza. i don't support that. >> you want to divide it? >> no, eric, that's not what i'm saying at all. can i finish and tell you what i'm for? >> sure. >> if you keep building outsettlements further and further and further out, you are essentially precluding the possibility of nepal stin yany state any time in the future. one day. did i say i wanted it to happen today? >> israel could give up all of the land and that is not going to change things. they will still want to wipe israel off the map. there was a time when osama bin
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laden said, if the u.s. gets out of arab lands, we will stop attack. there was a time when we would get out of certain countries and they wouldn't see that. >> there was a time that nobody thought the northern and irish would come to terms with each other. there is a time you hope and pray people will be able to reconcile. >> we still haven't accepted that in ireland. that's a whole other subject and probably another show. there is very little incentive for palestinians to be able to want to come to the table and do any negotiation. also, like heather said, they don't want to. they don't want to recognize israel. they are doing their level best to destroy israel. and with their friends in hamas. you have to be realistic about outcomes, expectation and true intentions. what president barack obama did and secretary kerry did was a huge disservice to any kind of peace in the middle east whatsoever and essentially crippled us. >> i will give you an example of
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the hatred. jordan, 2003, the beginning of the iraq war, i am there for fox, the same song is playing. i asked the cab driver, what is this song i'm hearing? >> he said, i hate jews. >> who sings and performs it? >> he said a school teacher. that is just very clear how strong the hatred is. >> jordan and israel are living in peace. >> it is the majority of palestinian. >> one democrat in congress says her party is too nice and she refuses to work with president-elect donald trump before he takes office. here us explain that one. a cancer diagnosis can
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a very rough year for the democratic party. maxine waters thinks she knows why. >> when we are in power, we are nice, we bend over backwards to work with people. >> waters thinks her party's problems stem from being too nice to the other side. she indicated she is not going to be nice to president-elect trump when he takes office. >> trump has stepped on everybody. he has called names. he has lied. he has done everything to show that he really doesn't have good values and he can't be trusted. whyho we work with someone that we can't trust? i don't trust him. i don't believe him. i have no intentions of sitting down with him. i'm going to fight himry inch of the way and i'm going to helpan people that they too cannot trust him. this is a man that does not live
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up to his promises. >> so this is a big debate in the democratic party as to whether you work with donald trump and try to accomplish something or you don't work with donald trump and try to make him a one-termer. let me say this. back in 2010, on the cusp of taking over the house, john boehner said this about barack obama's agenda, we are going to do everything we can to kill it, stop it, slow it down and you remember mitch mcconnell famously said he wanted to make obama a one-termer. it was smart political strategy for the republicans to do that. they did get the house and senate back and ultimately won election in 2012 -- 2016. the question is strategically, is she right? >> well, do you remember what happened after that? when harry reid and nancy pelosi and barack obama cried that they couldn't get anything done because the republicans wouldn't play ball with them. stop crying. here you are considering doing
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the same thing. >> of course. >> knock yourself out. 52 senators, 63 majorityushoe. fine, maxine. you got on tv for a couple of days. that's where it is going to end. donald trump is a force to be reckoned with. you are going to see more democrats deciding it is better to work with him than against him. you don't want to go up against donald trump as president. i think that's a fool's bang ke. >> they are grossly underestimating him. he now has a very strong position in the house and senate. i think it is foolish. she sounds immature. >> her approach, she doesn't want to listen. at least try to pretend that you want to listen and give the president a chance. why can't you try to do something for inner city schools and for communities that are suffering with horrible crime that is happening. for the large number of african-americans being murdered and slaughtered, because they
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don't have the job shall the infrastructure and the hope each day to be able to walk down the street and take their kids to school. why doesn't she want to be part of the solution? she is an obstructionist. >> you are assuming she is not taking her lesson and drawing her lesson from what the republicans did and successfully for the last eight years. they did politically get their way. if they continue to obstruct trump, they are going to pick up seats and the party will be blamed. >> i think it is always a mistake to say i won't work with the other party, that we will stand up against anything we say. i think it is a better approach to, fine, work behind the scenes and do just that. at least go in, take a meeting and listen to them. donald trump might surprise them. he has taken different approaches than traditional republicans have on other issues, whether it is trade or the issue of waterboarding. he previously said he was for it and he said, i can see another solution might be better. >> you are laughing and shaking your head. >> of course, i disagree.
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i am sick of people pretending they want to work together and they don't. maxine waters does not want to work with the republicans ever. she didn't in the past and she won't in the future. be honest. that's what we want people to do, tell it like it is. maxine waters constituents don't want her to work with trump. if you have some people in swing states that want to get in and work with him, they can do it. if you don't believe in his agenda, go ahead, protest all you want. that's the way we work here in america. >> here is the problem for democrats. a lot of the senators up in two years are from states like west virginia, north dakota and others that trump won. i predict you are going to have a bunch of senators, joe manchin and others, heidi heightcamp who will have no chance but to work with him. >> '18 will be a rough go for democrats in the senate. >> unless maxine waters is right
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and they blame the republican party. that's a legitimate strategy. >> congratat, democrat, your strategy is, let's hope america fails. >> that's what the republicans have been working on for years. next, the radio city rockette are slated to perform at his inauguration. one of the dancers is publicly expressing p n expressing
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you all know the famous radio city rockettes, set to perform at trump's inauguration. some might be trying to get out of it. one complained to marie claire saying we do a lot of events but no events that could cause
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trauma and doing this would cause trauma for some people. this is making our show, job, name branded as right wing. this is not a republican or democrats issue. it is a women's rights issue, racism, sexism. the company that employs the group says none of the dancers are compelled to perform and there are more dancers willing to perform than there are spots available. >> exactly. >> maybe the one who was against it wasn't invited to dancing in. >> she says her friend who is part of it feels unsafe or something, kimberly. she doesn't want to wear that costume. >> no safe spaces for the legs, is that what it is? i'm available if they are tight for a couple spots. >> you have to be recession-proof these days and do a lot of different jobs. >> you would be great out there. >> thank you, heather. >> does anyone care if this
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so-called mary, not her real name, because she felt retribution when talking to marie claire magazine. come on, mary, give me a break. mary, mary, quite contrary. >> hold on a second. one of these people told marie claire, an african-american woman in the troupe. >> if they tune in to the mainstream media, that's where they are getting all these ideas. i'm not surprised. the rockettes are pretty much synonymous with modern feminism. >> i did not meet the height
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requirements for the rockettes. i have a little bit of a grudge. >> you have the legs, though, julie. >> because they have a 5'5" requirement. >> they want that wonderful line up there. >> they are heightists. >> remember elaine on seinfeld, remember how she danced? she is like a rockette compared to how i have danced. they have had people not show up and empty seats this year. she thinks it is because of the backlash against the rockettes dancing. >> maybe it is the other way sgchlt will thway. . >> maybe trump supporters are sick of them complaining. >> they should be only so lucky to be able to perform and be asked to perform. this is a great country. we have a new president. everybody needs to put their big boy pants on or their pantyhose
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on and whatever and get over it. >> wasn't there a young lady now tapped to sing the national anthem. >> someone else allegedly said they weren't going to do it. i'll do it. she is going to be a superstar. donald trump is right. i don't need celebrities and superstars. i needhy does he hang out with kanye. >> kanye came to him to kiss the ring. let's make this very clear. >> why is he hanging out with kanye? >> he didn't hang out. kanye showed up. i don't think he was invited. >> if i show up to trump tower, could i get upstairs? >> are you kanye? >> that's my point. he needs to hang out with celebrities. >> he has said, have an open mind, wants to sit down and talk to everybody, why not? >> why do they not do show business at all at the inauguration. no celebrities, no song, get up there and take the swearing in and get to work.
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>> the best entertainment is going to be the new president speaking with his inaugural address. that's going to be a tough act to follow. >> the best address ever. >> the biggest. >> big league. next, kimberly and eric have a very exciting show this weekend to tell you about. make sure you stay tuned. here is a sneak peek back in a moment.
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♪ well, 2016 winding down. guess who is going to help us bring in the new year? kimberly and eric. once again, this sat, thurday, are in times square hosting the all-american new year. they will be ready to party beginning at 11:00 eastern and bring on the bones. what is that? the chicken bones again. >> the chicken wings. >> actually, maybe we should add that in, a little chicken wing eating contest. a lot of people will have delicious snacks, pigs in a
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blanket, chicken wings. >> you, omarosa or the cowboy? >> i want to tell you how excited people are to start out the new year. there are some great new polls and one of them show that people are fired up about 2017. a majority think that life will be better in the coming year and president-elect is taking credit for positive news. >> tweeting, the u.s. consumer confidence index for december surged nearly four points to 113.7 the highest level in 15 years. thanks, donald. >> 30% say they are optimistic about the future, up 12 points. let's see what we can get done. i'm excited about people looking forward to having some jobs and putting america first and assimilating the economy and having a great infrastructure, starting with the roads and the streets in new york. there is a lot to be done.
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people at least that supported him are enthusiastic and optimistic. i like to see that. i hope that the democrats and liberals, julie, give him a chance. >> i'm scared out of my mind but i'm happy for everybody else. >> are you really? >> all joking aside , i am hopig that you guys are all right. i want to be positive for the new year. >> there are some exciting things to talk about. we have carrier keeping the jobs here. boeing is talking about keeping the price down for air force one. lockheed martin saying they are going to work with the united states on bringing down the cost of the f-35. we have this news about the phone jobs earlier today with donald trump. we have some good things to look forward to. >> do you know how important the boeing things is? it doesn't seem like a lot of money, $1 billion on the scale. >> i love the idea a u.s. president is sticking up for us even in the smallest of ways and that companies are responding. >> that was my point.
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$1 billion out of a $4.2 trillion budget. he wants to cut $1 billion off the cost. that's fantastic. a heads-up to every corporation that does business with the united states, if we don't like the deal you have struck for us over the last 10, 20, 30 years. donald trump loves making a good deal. i think he is going to be great at this. julie, i think you gare going t be pleasantly surprised. >> you have to be. the people have been talking armageddon. no matter what he does, he is going to exceed expectations. if he doesn't start a nuclear war, it is a success for trump. >> you nailed why i'm a little terrified. >> you and your friends have set the bar so low. you have hyped up the hysteria in the american left. the hysteria is at all-time highs, which means the relief that will come next fall when all is fine.
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>> if i don't die in a nuclear holocaust, i will be incredibly relieved and very happy. >> hillary clinton is more of a hawk than donald trump. this is a whole made-up, bizarre boogeyman thing. >> i don't want somebody to tweet him something he doesn't like and then the next thing, they end up obama does. >> so many people want him to stop tweeting. >> okay. predictions for 2017, anybody? >> i hope i remain alive. >> oh, my gosh. >> to lose now raise the bar for me. i feel better already. i feel more optimistic already. >> should we predict a fantastic new year's eve >> absolutely. yeah. i'm excited. we'll be down with the crowd. it will be very cool. we'll go down and do a little bit -- >> with the people?
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>> yeah. >> right there? >> yeah. >> last year on top of the knickerbocker hotel -- >> looking down that's what you liked the best. >> i did something for fox br d broadcast at 10:00. she goes hey bolling. she's talking to vanilla ice. a bunch of people had -- where we needed to be. we needed to be there. >> it was fun. >> literally -- >> the point is everybody was there from all over the world. everybody wants to be in times square. we're in the epicenter of ringing in the new year. everybody's bucket list. they want to come to times square. people say you're so lucky. when you're down there the enthusiasm, the energy. everybody is so pumped up. they have been standing there for hours just to be able to get a spot right where the
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barricades are, to be there and experience the whole thing. you see all the performers up close. remember miley cyrus as close as you are to me. >> we'll look forward you at the chicken wings. >> we'll be watching the whole team on new year's eve. one more thing is coming up next. we live in a pick and choose world.
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thing. kimberly, you go first. >> all right. tonight. tonight i'm in for my good friend sean hannity. a fantastic show planned. i hope -- i'm in for him for the rest of the week and bolling you're in for o'reilly. >> primetime. >> primetime. for now.
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okay. eric. >> as kimberly pointed out i'll be sitting in for bill o'reilly at 8:00. watch that and stay tuned throughout the evening for kimberly. blue lives matter. blue lives matter. a disturbing statistic according to officer down webpage, 140 officers have been killed and that's up from 130. 140 is too many. that's insane. it's got to stop. let's turn it around. let's make 2017 that blue lives, in fact do matter. >> god bless them and their families and the sacrifice they put on the line every day. >> so, as we know, lost a lot of people over the last year, starting with david bowie back in january ending with carrie fisher. one man has started a go fund me page to keep betty white alive
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until 2017. because we obviously can't afford to lose the national treasure that's betty white. he said if he raises the money he exceeded the $2,000 he wanted to raise he will quote, if she's okay with it i'll fly to wherever betty is and keep her safe until january 1. but, in the event and i quote she doesn't want a strange greek standing guard outside her door, maybe she does, maybe she doesn't, he will donate the money to the spartanburg little theater which i think is very nice. i love betty white and i hope she makes it. >> godspeed to her. >> praying is a sweet way. heather. >> kimberly you have a little boy. this is so crafty. 6-year-old little girl decides she wants toby pokemon junk on
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her mom's iphone. her mom won't buy it. mom is snoring away. girl grabs mom's thumb print and uses the thumb print to buy $250 worth of pokemon junk. they were on "fox & friends" this morning. listen to what they had to say. >> she said no, mommy i was shopping. i said oh, really. she said oh, don't worry they will all ship right here to the house. >> did you know what you were doing? yes you did. i see the smile on your face. she knew exactly what she was doing. >> there you go. this happens to me every day. of course. then you change the code and pass code to his thumb. unbelievable. >> you can't buy things but your son can. >> can you buy some hair spray for your mom. if my son is watching i'm coming
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to get you. >> tom. >> case of fraud. >> got to start young. be very enterprising. >> "wall street journal" best ed of 2016. some are kinds of creepy. taco bell ad, turn your face into a taco and it was hugely successful. so people loved doing that. big huge snapchat campaign. puppy monkey baby from mountain dew. a living nightmare. i thought this work at all. it worked. it was huge. sales went through the roof for this product. puppy monkey baby. it's a nightmare. then the most successful ad, the return of the can you hear me now guy? he used to be with verizon and he switched to sprint. how can we trust this man at all? he's the biggest turn coat in
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advertising history. >> i agree. >> sounds good. >> that's it for us. "special report" is next. bolling on o'reilly and then me on hannity. a lengthy speech and a blistering response. secretary of state john kerry defends u.s. inaction on a u.n. resolution critical of israeli settlements and israel's prime minister said they don't need a lecture. this is "special report". good evening and welcome to washington. i'm doug mcelway in for bret baier. john kerry defended the administration's decision to abstain from the u.n. security council vote last week condemning israel's settlements and in warned a two state solution is at risk. israel's prime minister fired back reminding the obama administration that its days are numbered. we have fox t


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