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i am sandra smith. make sure you tune in. it will be a big address from the president tomorrow night. everything you need to see and hear will be right here on fox news channel. thanks for joining us. ♪ >> bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on tonight >> a few days ago, i called fake news the enemy of the people, and they are. they are the enemy of the people. >> bill: the brawl between the press and the president continues. but is it now harming the country? "talking points" with the for tonight. [cheers and applause] >> bill: organize protesters dropping political meetings. it is not un-american? or patriotic?
>> what is the greatest problem facing this country today? >> everybody complains too much. dispute: what are we going to do about these babies? with them into shape. make america tough again. >> bill: had cut must be watters down at the daytona 500. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. ban teen right now. --dash "the factor" begins right now. hi, i am bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. war between president trump and the press. that is a subject of this evening "talking points" memo. critical mass has been reached as president trump is denying access to certain news organizations he believes are to get the president. also, and an act of defiance, the president announced he will not show up to this years white house correspondents dinner in april. he does, however, want everybody to have a good time. if this political controversy were a legal case, and if i were the judge, i would have to recuse myself. that is because for the past 20 years, i watch the liberal media
in america scorch the fox news channel and the people who work here, including me. the attacks are personal, relentless, and often dishonest. just last week come after alan colmes passed to my far left smear web site vilified hia calculated pond for this network. does it get any worse than that? no, it does not. there is no question that if the national media does not like your politics, it will try to hurt you. even if you are deceased. anyone denying that is a deceiver. of course, the trump administration is well aware of this. it knows the media is desperately trying to link the trump campaign to russia and will use anonymous sources to drive that narrative in the hope the election will be perceived as invalid. by the way, we do not, do not use anonymous sources here. i have been told plenty bad stuff about hillary clinton and donald trump. but without attribution, it is not going to be reported. the president also understands that certain news organizations despise him to the point that
employees actually fear for their jobs if they say positive things about him. many left-wing editors and executives believe mr. trump's positions on illegal immigration, muslim terrorism, abortion, crime, just about every other issue, to find the president a dangerous man. who must be destroyed. for anyone supporting him, cannot be tolerated. there will be no detente. the gulf is too wide. it will be one nasty media competition after another until the president leaves office. now, it is difficult to see how this awful situation benefits anyone. the country is not helped by all the acrimony. "talking points" believes the president has a right to defend himself, but should do so using facts. if a report is wrong, fake news, have sean spicer reputed in detail. if access is denied to surgeon press organizations, again, specifically spell out why. if you don't, you come off as petulant.
facts will always win the debate. always. as we proven this program every night. as for the correspondents dinner, the president is wise for not going. like him or not, he is not big on hypocrisy. yakking it up with an industry that obviously wants to hurt him would be bizarre. so, son of vice president and ended nice donation to the dinner scholarship fund that helps students. the cold fact is, the presidential election of 2016 defined the free press in america. he is actively, actively left-wing, not objective. now, things have become so much worse than just ideology. now, it is war. that is the memo. let's have some reaction. with this in new york city, joe concha, merrill brown. where am i going wrong here, professor brown? because you were going wrong because you are a lengthy meeting into one little ball. it is many things. the media is a national review, the weekly standard, boston
media, cbs, msnbc. they are divergent points of view on each one of those publications, and they cover the president of the administration differently. >> bill: there is a diversion point of view on msnbc. >> differed from the point of view on this network. >> bill: for sure. if you add up all that different news organizations on a national basis, what percentage of people working for the news organizations would you consider liberal? >> an overwhelming percentage. >> bill: you are not honest man. overwhelming. when you have overwhelmingly won ideology, then, you have a president who is unacceptable to them come up with that word be accurate? donald trump is unacceptable to "the new york times, the "l.a. times," "washington post," because he is not, he does not have the gravitas for the job. >> used the word war before. i think that is appropriate. sometimes, war is fought it differently. open bias come out of eczema that you have pointed out.
also, the vice of omission. what i see is a media that reflects towards a negative of donald trump. let me give you a big example. nbc news, "wall street journal" poll talked about approval disapproval for the president. a44 approve, 48 disapprove. that dominated the headlines. they were questions within there, bill, that were not reported almost in any fashion, that were very important, compelling, very positive. first, right track, wrong track. 40% of americans believe that we are on the right track. you know the number was in july? 18%. it more than doubled. not reported anywhere. how was the economy doing? better or worse under president trump? 41% say it will get better. only 21% say worse. that is how people vote. was that part of the poll reporter? no was not. the bias of omission is the most dangerous kind of bias you can have. i see a lot of reporters engaging in. not focusing on the positive. >> bill, it is an unusual
presidency. we can agree on that. trump is an unusual president. he is not released his tax returns, all of us president serves in recent times have. that is likely to create a level of tension between press and president that you and i can agree is legitimate. >> bill: no, i am not so upset -- i mean, i wish he would, because that is always better to have a full view of the leader. but that is not a major issue for me, releasing tax returns. he is a businessman. you assume he is taking a lot of deductions and a lot of things like that, depreciations, which will not be reported accurately by the press. they won't. he knows it. let me throw this out to you. fox news poll out today, just out, 55% of the american people with no confidence in the media. professor. 55%. why do you think that is? >> it is because there has been a history of an adequate coverage the media of lots of things, right and left. >> bill: you don't think it is a trump thing?
>> i think it is in part a trump thing. the midi has been hard on trump. the 40% of the country that support them don't like that. >> bill: you think the media was hard on president obama? >> they were not as hard as they were on president trump. >> bill: right there, you have a rigged system. it is rigged. trouble like that word. it is rigged. but it is rigged. but it shouldn't be. because it is too important. you say it is a war, and i tell my "talking points" agrees with you, i don't, "talking points" does. >> of course. >> bill: people don't understand, you can use "talking points" as a device, it is a literary device. anyway, let's get back to you. i don't see the war ending. i just can't see it. the press is hardened its left-wing viewpoint. it has hardened it. trump is never going to give into them, ever. speak of the war began under president obama, i would argue. james rison, who writes for "the new york times," not exactly a bastion of conservative sentiment. he said that president obama and
his administration was the most anti-since nixon. they openly defied his justice department on reporters, including james rosen. from this network. they secretly seized phone records from "the associated press," two months worse. there wasn't this outrage, this boycotting of the white house correspondents dinner. they rejected more requests, freedom of information request and any administration in history. president obama --dash go >> bill: he did it quietly. >> that's the thing. those are oppressions actions. you didn't hear a peep about it under obama, certainly, people weren't boycotting the white house correspondents dinner. >> bill: professor, the last word. >> excluding people from white house briefings is not going to do anybody any good. you know that the press is likely going to win that one, inevitably. excluding the press from access the documents are tax returns, that is also not anybody's interest. transparency, i think emma will get us past this.
the war might at least quiet down. >> bill: number one, he is never going to release his tax returns. number two, it is going to get worse. >> the biggest story of the next four years, trump versus media, i guarantee you. >> bill: particularly, if president trump is successful. the more he is successful, the more the hatred will rise. >> this is not about policy, bill. it's about a lot of other things. >> bill: i agree with that. personality, power, style. to speak of that hatred has a boomerang effect. >> bill: absolutely. >> this press would much rather be defending defense spending down these issues. >> bill: they would much rather impeach him and get him out there. gentlemen, thank you. next on the rundown, more vandalism at jewish cemeteries. his hatred on the rise in the usa? charles krauthammer has embossed. later, some protesters running wild. are they being directed by a far left group called indivisible? those reports after these messages. t of a pizza.
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>> bill: in the "impact segment" tonight, over the week reagan of philadelphia, another jewish cemetery was vandalized. as many as 100 headstones were knocked over and desecrated. a number of jewish community centers have received bomb threats, saying, he does on the rise. you think it is on the rise? >> the only way to know that would become an retrospect, from say, a year or two. we have often had spasms of incidents, often times, much them being copycat, a lot of these today, a couple of jewish community centers, a couple of schools were shot down or evacuated because of bomb threats. but i think that the real story is that they are highlighting, or at least, we are seeing are highlighted in the press,
anti-jewish incidents. now, why is that? the story for the last 15 years, at least the one presented by the press, has been, islamophobia. all the incidents targeting muslims. of course, trying to portray americans as reacting to islamic terrorism in a beastly way. but during those 15 years, certainly, for the last five or so, the number of anti-jewish incidents has been far greater and almost totally underreported. there are about four times as many anti-semitic incidents over most of these years. in the last year, there was a slight changing of that ratio to about still more than 2:1. the hypothesis i would propose to you is, the story line during the bush years and to a lesser extent, the obama years, had to
be the beastly nest of americans toward the muslims. of course, now, reinforced with the trump actions. but now, we get this attention to these anti-semitic incidents. if true, there seems to be somewhat of an increase. again, it is only a couple of months. we don't know if it is going to last. i think the press, or at least, the implication is, there is of course, somehow, connected to the trump ascendancy. he is encouraging it, subliminal ways. he hasn't been strong enough and denouncing it, et cetera. so, i am not yet impressed that there has been a great rise of anti-semitism in the country. it could be true but i am not sure. >> bill: i don't know what would drive that. there isn't a driver apparent. i do believe it is copycat stuff, some not see this, they do this, this usually subsides. >> let me say one thing.
>> bill: go ahead. >> it is real in the lives of the people who work in the communities, who work in the schools, the parents of the kid kids. >> bill: nobody want to be terrorized by bomb threats or have their cemeteries desecrated. it is outrage. attorney general sessions at that today. he said it is not going to be tolerated, let's hope that the federal government is on edge. and these people are prosecuted. >> what i want to caution against is the instinct among many to link this with trump. we don't know if it is a real increase yet. we will see. that is number one. and number two, show me the connection. >> bill: all right, but they don't care about showing you anything. if they can link it to trump, they will link it to trump. that is the age we live in. >> if there is an earthquake. >> bill: look, we just did that with the press, we know the press hates him. i don't think that trump is going to pull back from the press. i think he is going to continue
to confront them and the war isg to go on. hey, charles, i was good to have you on. directly ahead, protesters disrupting political meetings. what should we think about these people? later, one hollywood actor calling his peers out on a refugee issue. the factor is coming right back. ♪ means you can take a universe of data - in your case literally - and turn it into medical discoveries, diagnostic breakthroughs... ...proof that black holes collapse into one singularity. i don't know what that is. but yes. innovation runs on supercomputers... ...and supercomputers run on intel. you are super smart. and super busy. ♪ ooh! ufo! false alarm, eyelash!
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and homeless, if it was not for aca. [cheers and applause] >> bill: homeless. now, some believe many of those protests are organized, a group called indus a visible, actually has an online guide, telling people how to disrupt meetings. indivisible run by far left people, it is impossible to know how extensive their influence is. joining us from washington, gillian turner, here in new york city, abby huntsman. they debated this issue last week on outnumbered. i would like to continue that discussion tonight. how do you see this? your father is a politician, right? >> he is. >> bill: you host a little meeting, come on and come i want to hear you, i want to get back and forth, then, people are screaming and jumping up and down. >> he would love this. he thinks this is what a democracy is all about. >> bill: robust yelling? >> he would still show up.
he would say, if you don't, it is weak. you got to do your job, you got to talk about issues you are passionate about. these have gotten out of hand. the problems i have with these protest, bill, you don't know what their agenda is. what is their platform? you compared to the tea party movement or the wall street movement. >> bill: it is hard to say. look, gillian, you are sympathetic to the protesters on "outnumbered." if you are a politician and you are in there, and you've got 40 or 50 people, you can't have chaos break out and get anywhere. you can't have yelling and screaming and jumping up and down and throwing chairs. that is what this crew, indivisible, recommends. they go and, scatter all over the auditorium, start to yell and scream. surely, that is not democracy. is it? >> it is absolutely democracy. whether these people are being well behaved and something else that we could debate. >> bill: how was, gillian?
how is screaming and making it impossible to get a dialogue on both sides so politician can give information and answers, how was that democracy? >> the whole purpose of holding a town hall in the first place is not about highlighting members of congress and how wonderful and fabulous are. right? the whole purposes so that citizens can air their grievances and their concerns. i agree with you, people shouldn't act like hooligans. if they are, i still think of the representatives have an obligation to show up and be there. >> bill: and do what? get yelled at? >> look, i don't agree with screaming and rioting and throwing things. >> bill: gillian, you are a politician, then, you have a town hall meeting, people, and they purposely disrupt it so that you cannot have a civil dialogue. you cannot give information. what you do with those people? >> they were still come at some of, i was looking at the video of the jason chaffetz town hall, as far as i can tell, kind of kd some stuff off.
they were definitely room and there over the course of an hour and a half for civil exchanges, as well. i mean, sometimes, the people flared up and they were agitated. other times, people who appear to be kind of normal, respectful citizens would interject with questions. that is the part that i want to protect. i am not trying to protect the bad guys. >> bill: you didn't give an answer. what you would do with the disruptors. what would you do? >> that is a separate issue. >> bill: separate bathrooms? >> you got to have separate channels and work out your issues with them. don't deny private citizens. >> bill: i have big giant guys and they take them. what do you do? >> what would you do if people tried to stop you from doing your job every day, from sticking to the american people? would you say, i'm not going to do the show? what would you do? >> bill: we have fox security here. if someone tries to intrude --dash go >> they have security there, as well. >> bill: that is what i mean. if you are there, and you are a sitting senator or a
congressperson, and somebody won't give up the mic into screaming obscenities or something like that, do you have them removed? i do. do you? >> i spent a lot of time living in beijing, china. i have seen protest at crackdown within 2 minutes. i remember those experiences and thinking, i will never, ever -- >> bill: that is not the same thing. >> it is not the same thing but it reminds me how lucky we are to live in a country where we are allowed to protest. >> bill: would you remove them or not? >> the protesters? >> bill: if they were totally out of hand and did not sit down when they were asked to, screamed and yelled in a chart of the whole proceedings. remove or not? >> i think it is a gray line. >> bill: so, gillian funds to work it out with them and take them out for a little latte. then, you, you have a little gray paint, paint that little line? wishy-washy. you can't have it. >> i think mike gets out of hand, it is obviously, -- >> bill: if they are screaming at you and they won't stop --
>> you would be so scared. that is a democracy. if you can't stand up, if you can't stand constituents yelling at you, then, you really should find a different job, because part of your job -- >> bill: our elected officials do not have to take abuse. they don't have to take abuse. especially, if it is organized, and a disruptive way. they don't. that is why security should be there, they should be given a warning and be polite. we want to hear what you have to say but if you are cursing and using the f word and defending, out of there. okay, ladies. you are a lot nicer than i am. everybody knew that. >> bill, we didn't know you were so easily offended. >> bill: i need a safe space >> we are safe in here. >> bill: plenty more had "the factor" moves ahead this evening. not all hollywood actors are left-wing. the bleeding hearts should take in refugees if they are so concerned.
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however, not all actors are liberals. here's what robert dobbie recently told neil cavuto. >> my hollywood colleagues, he wrote a piece on it the other day, i would tell them to to lighten up right now. i want to have them invite all the immigrants, all the refugees, although my grades, all the illegal criminals, i think we should open up the rules to the academy, be a good idea, forget the rules. forget the rules for the studio, let's open the gates in bel air, let people camp out. i think it is time that we show our hearts in good faith. why have any boundaries at all? >> bill: mr. davi being facetious. joining us from boston, mary anne marsh, from washington, katie pavlich. this is more of a philosophy thing, katie. all right, if you are going to advocate for open borders, as many, many left-wingers are doing, you got to put them up, when they come in, you gotta put
them up. and you say? >> i don't think you should literally have to put them up. but the issue here is that hollywood elites, hollywood liberals, like to preach for the rest of the country about what they should do, that they are intolerant, bigoted. yet, they don't seem to put any of the work into making sure that these people have housing, what the cost to the taxpayer eskimo with a national security risk is to bring in refugees from countries that don't have a central government. so, the philosophy of saying one thing and doing another, certainly applies to hollywood. it is not just on the refugee or immigration issue. gun control and all that, as well. >> bill: i know liberal hollywood actors who give a lot of money to charities that help migrants and help certain people, that they support. so, i don't think it is fair on a condemnation level. but do you take it a step further, mary anne, if you are saying, okay, i want open borders, which is really the code that most of this group was in, border enforcement, don't bother them when they are here
unless they are heinous people. let them do what they want. do you have an obligation, then, to do more than just write a check to a charity? >> it is always better to walk the talk, to katie's point. it is always better to help causes public or privately. it helps their credibility. what do you have seen across the board today, whether it is hollywood activists and actors, institutions, establishments, others, people don't follow their lead anymore. they don't have the influence on the public discourse the way they used to. on the other hand, there is the punishment anymore, there is one set of rules for you and another set of rules for anyone else, even when you take a stand on something. i think that is a big thing. >> bill: do you feel it is hypocritical for somebody like barbra streisand, who is a vowed liberal woman, to have the biggest security in the world, okay, you can't get close to her, all right, you got guys, she's got to machine guns, and tanks, all right, then, she's
like, "don't bother them, let them all in," is that hypocritical? >> it is. but she is not a public figure in the sense that -- >> bill: i'm not trying to make an excuse. i'm sorry i singled her out. i think everybody knows, you go to her web site. >> i understand what you are saying. of course it is. >> bill: there are neighborhoods in this country that have been flooded with people who shouldn't be in the country, long island, where i live. the celebratory engaging recorder will havoc on people who have no power at all. they say, how are these people here, doing these terrible things. yet, you have these rich people in bel air that mr. davi pointed out, "hey, don't come up my driveway, i got 18 dogs." go ahead. >> bill, that is the entire point. it is one thing to give actors who have a lot of money that give checks to charities that help certain organizations. this doesn't include the big picture about the fact that illegal immigration hurts the
middle class and the poor americans in this country. unchecked immigration and unchecked immigration from countries that don't have central governments with terrorism running rampant hurts this country. so, hollywood elites, play around all day and their gated communities with their walls, the 24-hour security with their armed guards, while the rest of us they preach to you about certain things that we should be doing, we are bigoted and intolerant if we do not allow these people and while they have the luxury and they can afford to keep themselves away from all of that. >> bill: we must all be inclusive. >> except for them. >> >> bill: all right, ladies. i'm going to go back to my safe space while we go to commercialn director. i love the story. this is in a iranian guy. watters at the big race. we will be right back. ♪
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language film "the salesman." but as didn't show up to get the statue. instead, he is boycotting america. >> i am sorry i am not with you tonight. my absence is out of respect for the people of my country and those of other six nations who have been disrespected by the inhumane law that bans entry of immigrants to the u.s. [applause] >> bill: so, asghar gets an ovation from the hollywood crew despite the fact that his home country is the biggest sponsor of terror in the world. we research the director to defined no of iran's brutal, or the fact that he kept american citizens hostage until the new treaty was signed. asghar's it is mentioned that. joining us from florida, brit hume. i think this guy has some nerve to set up a nice woman and that statement. what say you?
>> on the surface, bill, try to make any sense. he is boycotting an event that has absolutely nothing to do with donald trump or his immigration, except to the extent that donald trump and his emigration order were certain to be denounced at the event, where the attendees and indeed, i suspect, the academy as well, have nothing good to say about donald trump, and basically come i can't stand the guy. on the surface, you say, what does that make? the only thing i can think of, bill, he thought if he broke out of the event, remember, he didn't know he was going to get the award. he was nominated. i think he probably thought if he boycotted the event to protest donald trump, that would all but assure he got the oscar, as indeed he did. >> bill: i don't know if they can't be knew he was going to boycott before they voted. there are two things in play. number one, iran is a heinous country. don't tell me, "i'm not coming because it is insulting the
citizens of my countries, who are behind the mullahs, creating havoc and death and destruction. come on, it is ridiculous. it would be like mussolini and the '30 scum, the italians goin- it is crazy. he doesn't seem to know that this protest reflects poorly on him because of where he lives. >> well, i think that is true. the other thing, i have read some reviews of his movie, which i haven't seen, although, i have read about it and i saw the trailer, it looks like a pretty good movie, actually. but it's not a political movie. while some critics have a strange to find some element of protest against the system of government and the government and around in it, i can't see, from what i can tell, that has any of that. that is not where he because of his films, either. it's policies, its behavior, with his words, he doesn't protest it with his art, either. >> bill: maybe he wants to take a look at his own neighborhood before he starts to
criticize ours. but the ban research staff came up with an article in der spiegel, the german magazine, that did a piece on him in 2011 emma that said that mr. farhadi was punished by the iranian government for criticisms he made about it. okay? then, they stopped him from filming some project. what did mr. farhadi do? he apologized! so, he could go on filming. disappointing to "der spiegel." come on. >> in addition, the iranian government came out in support of him, praised him for his boycott and so on. it looks like he is in the folds of it, bill. >> bill: it certainly does. brit hume, everyone.
♪ >> bill: "back of the book" segment, "watters' world." the daytona 500 held over the weekend, congratulations to kurt busch for winning their race, averaging almost 145 miles per hour. i did that this money coming in from long island. watters was down there, asking the folks about the usa. ♪ >> kurt busch wins at the daytona 500! >> what is nascar all about? >> it is about the race and the fun, the intensity, the adrenaline. you can't beat it. >> i know nothing about nascar.
>> i do nothing about nascar either. >> if i wanted to see people go left all sunday i would watch "meet the press." >> that is very good, very funny. >> what is the biggest problem facing this country right now? >> i would say fake news. >> what are we going to do about the fake news business? >> just turned the channel. how about that? >> i think immigration. that is my biggest concern. >> how are we going to solve the illegal immigration issue? >> we are going to build the wall. >> how against the wall? >> it is going to be huge. because who is going to pay for it? >> that is a good question. >> i am from denmark. i am an immigrant, legal. >> great story. >> if you are not legal, get out. >> get on your horse and take your hunch right out of town. >> lack of education. >> you are telling me. if people were educated, i would be out of a job. >> i don't believe that because you are that good at what you do. >> not enough love, no matter what is going on in the country, we are all american. >> i love this plan. i am excited to be a part of it.
let's do it! >> i say [bleep] them. >> wow, tell them how you feel. >> in your opinion, what is the biggest problem facing the nation today? >> snowflakes. >> you been global warming? [laughter] >> a little bit softer than that. >> tell me about it, sweetheart. >> i think people need to change their attitude, have the right attitude, work hard, get things done. everyone complains too much, and my opinion. >> a bunch of whiners in this country? >> a bunch of babies. >> what are we going to do about these babies? >> make america tough again. >> when you encounter an individual who disagrees with you politically, what do you guys do? does that make you angry? >> no. everybody has the right to their opinion. so, i am good with it. >> how do you react without? >> i unfriend them. >> you got to respect them. everybody has got to show respect. >> i am open minded. i like to take other people's opinions into consideration. >> well, good way to speak of what you think about the radical left-wing protesters that keep clogging up the streets? >> they probably need to go to
work, like most americans do. basically, they just got too much time on their hands. to accomplish what? nothing. >> you're pretty sure of yourself, aren't you? >> we are all american citizens and we all want the rest for our country. >> trump doesn't deliver, what are we going to do? >> i don't think that is going to be an issue, he is already delivering. >> i will be upset but i have faith in him. >> if trump doesn't follow through on what he says he is going to do, what are you going to do? >> i don't know. >> but you farm? >> cows, soybeans. >> what is the best cut of beef? >> t-bone. >> they used to call me t-bone in high school. >> did they? >> no. >> i didn't think so. >> can i put my collar up like you? >> i will allow it. >> i don't think the commander would like it. >> that is pretty old school right there. i am not hating on it. >> your collar? >> i like it up. >> . very. >> you're going to play this game. >> what you think about
o'reilly? are you a big "the factor" fan? what is the best part of the show? >> the whole show. >> do you think o'reilly would survive down here? >> he might be better in the booth. >> do you guys are who i am? >> no. >> watters and this is his world. >> nailed it. >> bill: data watters. you know, old school comes out march 28th, my book. it is about the battle between old-school people in snowflakes. snowflakes is already into the lexicon! >> it is creeping into it. these are old-school people. they hate the snowflakes. have you ever even been to a nascar race? >> bill: yes, i have prayed >> did you actually watch it? >> bill: yes, i watched it. they went around the track, then, they went around again. >> i have no idea what this port is about. i respect the sport. >> bill: cars racing, whoever gets there first wins. >> wrong. i think it's about drinking and eating. >> bill: you can't drink in the car. i noticed that the woman said he
unfriend come of that is facebook. so, bill, if you are a friend on somebody with facebook, and you, you click a button and you defriend them. >> bill: does that make them feel bad? >> yeah. >> bill: it is a real diss. you don't have to do it in person. it is a snowflake rejection. >> that is right. >> bill: on friend. are you on facebook, watters? >> yes, i am. i follow you, don't unfriend me. >> you have a facebook friend. you have a lot of followers. >> bill: i do? it is a different bell o'reilly. all right, watters. to "the factor" tip of the day about trouble in sweden. "the tip" ," moments away. ♪
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but first... mexico continues to be a place where corruption is rampant. cartels kill anyone who gets in their way. the government in mexico city seems unable to reform the economy. you would think an infrastructure could be created to support mexican citizens. you would think. false equivalence, james. dangerous drugs are just that. drugs. dangerous. the prevailing wisdom in the usa is that drug involved people should not be punished at all. they need treatment. many do not want treatment. what you have is a merry-go-round of avoiding the
it is true that he was not tried as a war criminal, as he might have been. but as i explained, the japanese people still revered him. it is much easier to control that defeated nation by allowing the emperor to live in tokyo. fascinating decision but i will not condemn him. it shows "old school: life in the sane lane" as a free gift, as a former public school teacher we talk daily about our old-school values. you will love this book. again, "old school: life in the sane lane" out march 28th. the factor "tip of the day," we did a segment on sweden and its muslim immigrant situation. both sides were presented as always. after the segment, some left-wing people objected to one guest. he was introduced by me at the sweetest defense of national
security advisor. the swedish government also weighed in saying they've had no contact with him. we looked into the situation and the criticism is valid. it is valid. he does consulting work on terrorism, that is true but we should have clarified that he had no direct role with the swedish government. the information we gave you on the segment was accurate and in hindsight, a more relevant guest should have been used. before the segment was booked, we asked the swedish ambassador to appear. he declined, that invitation still stands. factor "tip of the day." and that concludes tonight's edition today. name and town if you wish to opine. word of the day, do not be true
a thanks for watching us tonight, i am bill o'reilly. please remember the spin stops here, we are definitely looking out for you. >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight," we are broadcasting live from just outside the u.s. capital. exactly 24 hours from now, president trump will address a joint session of the congress. we will be there of course. several democrats will be trying to pull the president by inviting illegal immigrants to attend that speech. we will talk to one of them in a minute. bill o'reilly the science guy is saying that global warming skeptics -- anticipation of tomorrow's speech, the