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♪ >> kimberly: i am kimberly guilfoyle with juan williams, jesse watters jesse watters, dana perino and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five" ." tonight stunning new revelations on anti-trump bias of the fbi. as you know, two agents removed from the mueller investigation exchanged tens of thousands of texts, many disparaging president trump who they were investigating. according to two lawmakers, peter strzok and lisa page also spoke of a secret society formed at the fbi after mr. trump's election. >> the day after the election,
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what they really didn't want to have happen, there is a text exchange between these two, fbi agents, these two supposed to be objective, fact-centric fbi agents saying perhaps this is the first meeting of the secret society. of course i'm going to want to know which secret society are you talking about because you're supposed to be investigating objectively the person who just won the electoral college. i'm going to want to know. >> kimberly: five months worth of texts between the pair have gone m.i.a. the fbi lost them. the president called at one of the biggest stories in a long time. justice department insists it will get to the bottom of it, but here's one that wasn't lost. it shows strzok expressing skepticism of the mueller probe would uncover any wrongdoing by the president or his team. senator sanders was asked about the president's thoughts on these developments moments ago. the guy think he thinks there is a great cause for concern that
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five months worth of text messages have gone missing, particularly given the individual part of that process has already been shown to be extremely biased against the president and was involved in what seems to be some very inappropriate behavior. that certainly is of great concern. >> kimberly: okay, speaking of secret societies, clearly there is one between dana perino, myself, and sarah sanders in shades of pink and purple. >> dana: juan is an honorary member. >> juan: i got the memo. trying to match greg's head. >> kimberly: looks better today. dana, the email is gone. investigation going forward. strong statement from the ag and mention of a secret society. >> dana: i don't make too much out of any of it because i think all of it has come out in little
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pieces. you don't know what the context is and there are people pushing a particular agenda that might say well, this obviously means this. it could mean something else. we don't know. i've been at the white house at a time when there were emails that were on a server that went missing. it's like there was a technical problem. they didn't know where they were, and it caused a huge hullabaloo for a long time. they ultimately were found. the fbi having the tools it has probably will be able to find them. richard berg, senate intelligence committee chairman, says he doesn't think there was anything nefarious, that it was technical. maybe that's true, maybe not. i don't know. then you have the text you just read where strzok says i don't think there is any "there" they are. seems to support the president's position there is no collusion. it's all over the map. i'm going to wait to make any conclusions until there is some sort of conclusion by everyone else.
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>> kimberly: jesse, are you just sitting in the all of dana's reasoning. >> kimberly: i'm going to do the opposite of dana and not wait for any conclusion. i'm going to make more out of this. it looks to me like there is a rogue federal agents trying to correct the justice system and undermine american democracy. if you have fbi agents texting about impeachment after trump's election and you had a secret society between the fbi agent and justice officials who were the same people talking about creating an insurance policy to protect their country against the election of donald trump, that seems pretty sketchy to me. these are the same people who are now working on the miller team before they were fired. also the counterintelligence and counterespionage agent on the fbi was tapped to be in the mueller team and the first thing on his mind as there is no
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"there" there. there is no collusion. that says a lot. that's his job. that's his wheelhouse right there. he gets put in that position. they don't really find any collusion so far and now it looks like an obstruction of justice case they are making. who is the chief witness for obstruction of justice? james comey, the best friend of robert mueller. he has illegally leaked the memo to his buddy the professor, a few blocks away as columbia and now comey hires his buddy at tht columbia to be his personal lawyer. then the fbi texts go missing? their entire job is to retain intelligence and then they lost the intelligence from a critical time period when this investigation began? it doesn't make sense. today the chief of staff or james comey in the current fbi director resigns all of a seven. i am willing to make a little
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bit more of it then dana perino. but she has always been more cautious. >> kimberly: jesse making hey. what do you say? >> greg: i am going to try to make as much sense as possible which means i will make no sense. i enjoy the scandal ping-pong of this. every time some entity pushes the russian occlusion narrativee fbi, doj cover-up comes right back. it's like the trump critics are relieving themselves in the wind and it feels good at the moment but then they end up all wet. there you go. thank you. the texts between these two agents, it does reflect what we always knew and what we saw. and the visceral, emotional reaction. people hate donald trump and they still do. they feel justified in doing anything because their sense of righteousness made it okay. gave them a greater purpose. you throw into that the romance of it.
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they are in love. they are having an affair. their poor spouses. you can hear david bowie's "heroes" in the background. it's two against us. secret society. we have a tree house down by the river with secret handshakes. i go back to my place of wisdom, the brady bunch. mom always said never play ball in the house. this is what happens when you play ball in the house. it's true. it's true. they played ball in the house with their work phones. this conspiracy stuff exists because it can. america is a resilient country. the economy is barreling along. we could go on and on and on about this. it's almost as though the media, like we are watching a netflix series where we are almost done. but the media is still stuck on
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the first episode. they can't move on from this stuff. they are spinning their wheels because they can't let go. don't play ball in the house. >> kimberly: seems like you have got some energy. you are doing better today. >> greg: thank god for medications. >> kimberly: business as usual for greg gutfeld. juan, what do you make of this? >> juan: breaking news on the fox news channel. nobody mentions it but apparently the attorney general was interviewed by robert miller. oh, my gosh. first time in trump cabinet secretary has been interviewed by the special counsel. not only that, jim comey interviewed by the special counsel robert mueller. meanwhile we learned. more news on fox. apparently the attorney general has been pressuring christopher wray, the fbi director, to go after andrew mccabe.
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trump nominee, the trump guy and fbi sent to the trump attorney general if you want this done, get somebody else in here. he didn't say he was going to quit but he said have somebody else do it. oh, my gosh. we have a picture here of the trump administration right now on its heels. inviting to discredit the fbi and robert mueller. meanwhile, mueller's having stepped stepped-up activity and it's driving not just towards the possibility of collusion but towards obstruction of justice. at this moment, what do you get? a counterattack from the trump stooges on capitol hill. >> greg: stooges? >> juan: imagine that. two people having an affair, texting each other. people inside the fbi have opinions about ongoing investigations as if that is now reason to say the fbi, you know,
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is like -- needs to be cleaned up. it >> greg: collusion only matters if it's someone you don't like. if you don't like that person, it's collusion. if you like that person, you will ignore any real collusion, admitting there is no rush and collusion. that lynch knew ahead of time there were thousands of texts lost and there's a secret society but that is not collusion because you like hillary. >> juan: know, if it was collusion i would be with you. i was struck today to read that some democrats are concerned about the impact russia is having right now. >> greg: of course they are. >> juan: in the midst of the argument over the daca program, we have seen increased activity by these robo things. >> jesse: democrats didn't care about russia during the cold war. now they care? when it really mattered, when we are fighting the russian
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communists, the democrats were caving and appeasing. now when russia is not a threat, all of, all of a sudden. it >> juan: i say jesse, christopher wray, do you trust him? >> jesse: i trust anyone he has emailed and texts. where did the text go? >> kimberly: all right. >> juan: screaming is not effective. >> jesse: i'm not defending anything. >> kimberly: to dana perino. >> dana: a lot of smoke coming from a lot of different directions. where there is smoke there is a lot of different fire. people under investigation all the time. former governor chris christie for example. things can happen along the way but the investigations take a lot of time. americans tune into the news
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because it's almost entertainment now. we expect something new every day. i think that's why you have these different entities which in one narrative. oh, yeah, if you're going to put up the thing about the missing text, i will put out there that the mueller investigation interviewed the attorney general and the former fbi director. >> greg: they are all equal. they are all, like, pros and cons. they need to have a lost and found for missing texts. somebody has to invent that. i lost 50,000 texts. surely somebody could find them. >> dana: i think they will probably find them. >> greg: the size of a small car. >> dana: they don't know how many are missing. they had 50,000 they reviewed. >> greg: i thought there were 50,000 missing. i should probably read more closely. >> dana: it could be 100,000 texts. >> kimberly: well, you are injured. chuck schumer goes from a shutdown hero to zero with
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♪ >> dana: thousands of federal employees returned to work today after a three-day government shutdown orchestrated and ended by democrats. chuck schumer's plan did not work and he ultimately caved. republicans, the media, and the dreamers are not going to let him forget it. >> the democrats giving in on the dreamers. >> my messages pretty simple. we got to this point. what happens? why did the democratic party blink first? >> sent a democrats backed down from a budget and immigration standoff. >> i am outraged. we are furious about what's going on. they have shown as they do not care about us. >> is it fair to say that the government shutdown backfired for democrats? >> you know, again, betrayal.
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>> dana: schumer may be feeling the heat today. we are learning the minority leader has withdrawn and offered to boost funding for the border wall. he said to have put it on the table. chuck schumer is known for being a pretty savvy politician. in 2006, he engineered the takeover of the senate by democrats in the midterm election. did he make a mistake here? or was it something he had to do? >> juan: you have to look at it through different sets of glasses. one is, if you are chuck schumer any think you have a chance to win back the senate in the fall, then you want to protect democrats and give them the best chance, especially ten democrats who come from states carried by donald trump. there are four or five of them that voted initially not to have the shutdown you have the moderates that includes lots of democrats who say it's better not to have a shutdown. we've got these robo calls aided
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by the russian saying you're putting illegal immigrants or the interest of americans by having a shutdown. you know the line from the white house. this is about military, not about illegal immigrants and all that. they felt they were losing on that narrative, drive, then chuck schumer was wise to go along with the moderates and say okay, let's wait another day. we're going to wait three weeks and come back to this and see what happened for the other set of glasses i would ask you to put on is the one that belongs to people who are dreamers or supporters or people in the growing hispanic latino community. they say we support democrats. we waited through two continuing resolutions in december. we were promised this was the moment. gosh, look what you get. democrats can say we got chip, funding six years. >> dana: but they are not spending it very well. even democrats admitting this doesn't look good. a lot of bad headlines today,
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jesse. >> jesse: a lot of bad headlines. i might as well be a russian bought -- bot. i think schumer thought trump was going to wheel and deal any stood firm and schumer spazzed out and humiliated himself. they've been pulled so far to the left by hispanic lobbying that they walked right into a trap. i think -- i know they think the hispanic lobby is loud and they are. there's a lot of activists. they are very vocal. they get out there on the streets. i don't know if they have the clout. if you are talking about 300 million americans here in this country, 800,000 dreamers. i don't really see where the powers there there. schumer comes along and they know they need amnesty and they know they need open borders because they need new voters
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because they have alienated the white working class in the country. that's a fact. at the same time, he drove off a cliff in order to achieve that and i'm thinking, who started the whole thing? president obama. he timed the whole daca deal from the jump. he knew it was temporary. he knew congress had to fix it. trump assumes office. it was about to get smacked down by the courts so trump kicked it back to congress and now congress has to do their job. >> greg: i think the democrats are in shock because they didn't get the assist from the media they expected. they were abbott without costello. i don't think this is a good look for liberals. we think about it, they didn't lose anything. all this is is a pause. it's a 17 day bathroom break between the shutdown and what's going to happen in february. >> dana: they did get the chip
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funding. >> greg: if you start screaming, you're going to look incredibly thankless. as jesse said, the narrative is a factual story. the dems put undocumented immigrants, illegal aliens before citizens. that's not a narrative. that's actually a documented fact. >> juan: how so? >> greg: they tried to stop the bill based on daca. what do i got to do? we have been talking about this for months. >> kimberly: what do you want him to do, hit his head? >> juan: the situation where donald trump undid daca and said i'm going to set a march deadline and then refused to negotiate and then wouldn't pass a budget. >> jesse: we are not at the deadline. >> dana: we have three weeks. >> kimberly: i think this bodes well for the president.
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in baseball, like you're in the pickle. you are going to get tagged out. political capital for schumer is way down. this was a strategic move i think by the president and his team that's worked well. in keeping and consistent with what he said he was going to do during the campaign. i think more in step with the majority of americans in terms they want. i think this is going to ultimately prevail as a victory for the president can and i think we are already seeing that, perhaps quicker than we thought. >> greg: can i add, this is what he does. why make a deal when it's not until march? people don't do that when you are dealing. when your dealer. to make juan happy, trump often like to deal more than what's in the deal. >> dana: he might be dealing for a while. one thing i think, and i will wrap it up. if you look back at the
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headlines in 2013 when the republicans caved and ended the shutdown that the headlines chuck schumer is doing today were the ones the republicans were dealing with back then and people move on. what we really should do is try to get back to regular order and just pass a budget. nbc accused of helping spread north korean propaganda. you decide next.
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respect. we have been invited. our guests, we stayed outside pyongyang. we made our way into the ski resort to get a look at a part of north korea that most americans don't see and certainly a parts they would like us to see. >> jesse: dana, do you think lester holt realizes he is handing the north koreans a propaganda victory. >> dana: i do. in each report he has a little bit of a caveat. we get the joke. i think this video and these invitations are not meant for us. this is meant for internal propaganda brainwashing so that the leader, the dear leader, can show all the people there they live in north korea just how respected the north koreans are, how wonderful their countries. meanwhile, most of the country is starving and it's outrageous. in "the weekly standard" cup and
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ethan epstein writes a piece called "12 times the media offered a rare glimpse into north korea." we are being used. >> jesse: if you were lester. pretend you are lester. would you accept the invitation? >> greg: i don't know. imagine a "fox & friends" to the week of shows in north korea. cooking with friends would be literal. the casserole looks familiar. they showed as part of north korea we don't see, he said. we don't see any part of north korea. we only see what they lets us see. it's very common among communist leaders. they do this with hollywood celebrities. they would invite -- they would go to cuba, ussr, venezuela. they would turn hapless naive suckers like sean penn into traveling mouthpieces. they would treat you well. they'll get you food, women, all sorts of stuff. but there's interesting things that can happen. they could be taken hostage.
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what do we do then? the u.s. probably cannot exercise a military option knowing those people are there. or they could infect them with some kind of biological agent and send them back to the united states which is possible. >> kimberly: do you lay awake at night thinking about this? >> greg: all the time. >> jesse: all right, well, "the five" will not be going to north korea. >> kimberly: we just asked to go to the super bowl. >> jesse: we were told no. >> kimberly: last time, they were like -- it was good. lester holt has an opportunity to go there. i get it as a journalist. i don't begrudge him the opportunity but i think some of the criticism is fair. we look at the facts, circumstance, evidence, entail coming of north korea, you see it's a barbaric rogue regime where people are being starved through the army is starving. they are told to steal food from starving farmers. he's on a charm campaign offensive for the olympics to try to prove there is something
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other than what they are. that's why he's sending dancers in this and back to the olympic olympics. let not your mind be fooled. a >> jesse: es, and part of the term offensive, they are having north korean athletes trained with south korean athletes and i think the dear leader spent about 35 million on this ski resort. all part of the propaganda. >> juan: absolutely. the key political point is you will have 22 north korean athletes marching with the south korean delegation into the olympics and this is a real show of unity. you have moon jae-in, the president of south korea, agreeing to this kind of detente that's not necessarily in the interest of the united states as we try to put pressure on north korea. the sanctions, as kimberly said, all of that starts to fall and be uncertain. i think part of it is to have americans come in. they have had vice come in,
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others, lester holds. the idea is to humanize. but again, this is propaganda. you've got to see it for what it is. >> jesse: another anthem controversy just before the super bowl. write back (vo) dogs have evolved,
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be considered by some as a political statement. the nfl has long supported the military and veterans and will again salute our service members in the super bowl." what do you think i'm a kimberly >> kimberly: yes, i am done with this kneeling thing, to be 100% honest with you. it's enough already. completely convoluted. let's show respect for the military, veterans, patriots who have served this country, those who have given their lives and honor their families. for me, this is the super bowl. let's pull together. don't make it about you and your individual particular ideology of the day. something you want to flash on. do something about the team and play the sport and honor the occasion. >> juan: the nfl did approve "please honor our veterans" and "please stand for our veterans" but they did not approve "please
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stand." >> jesse: if you want something from someone right around the corner, don't criticize them. i am trying to go to the super bowl and i need tickets. i need a lot from the nfl. even a credential. i'm going to hold my tongue. >> kimberly: did you ask? >> jesse: we are working on it on multiple levels. in all seriousness, they have had a bad year and they've had a bad year before that. when it came to domestic abuse, the deflategate debacle and now the kneeling controversy with kaepernick. they are letting people wear socks with pigs on them. they don't lead an ad that's promilitary. you can't square anything the nfl has dona comes to the military. i don't get it. i was denied a flyover at the eagles game because of the schumer shutdown. i was very upset. >> juan: he has a lot in common with his mentor. it's all about jesse. >> kimberly: you just killed
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your chance without litany. >> juan: the nba and nhl except for game for their all-star -- accepted the ad for their all-star game. >> dana: the nfl have had a bad run. they stumbled out of the gate and then it's never quite gained their footing. >> greg: sports metaphors. >> dana: in some ways, what they could've done this, i understand the reason they decided not to do it. what they could have said is, does anyone else want to run an ad? then there would've been a controversy surrounding bad. this is what i hope for america. let's just have the super bowl. let's enjoy. let's have the eagles win. >> jesse: yay! all right, dana. >> dana: a clean slate. everyone can stand for the anthem next year. >> juan: nbc says they will show the players who kneel but no player on either team has kneeled in the last four or five
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weeks, since week 12. this is the big controversy. is it a controversy? i don't think the fans would've known about it if people hadn't objected. >> greg: i think the nfl drew more attention to it by rejecting it which is now our d block. if they hadn't, we would be talking about something else. crooked hillary would be a good replacement. they rejected i had like that but will approve of just about anything to run in a commercial on television where they combine the most disturbing messages with food and with alcohol and they will have women with a giant sandwich doing stuff that you have to send your kids out of the room. carl's jr. then you have the halftime, generally they will allow you to do anything because of celebrity. it's kind of weird that they pick and choose what messages are approved and what aren't. >> juan: i have a final
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question. you are our music credit. i think is going to sing "the star-spangled banner." >> greg: i think she will do fine. i wouldn't have picked her. i would have picked slayer. they are on their final tour. you can have a whole metal halftime. >> jesse: no timberlake. >> kimberly: pink is an excellent performer. no one cares about your slaying situation. >> juan: did you like jimi hendrix's version? next, hawaii's governor reveals what took them so long to notify the public that they weren't about to get hit by an incoming ballistic missile. wait until you hear why. greg has the story.
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♪ >> greg: after the hawaii emergency management agency sent a fake missile alert and scared the crap out of everybody, where the hell was there governor.
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even though david egan knew it was wrong, he didn't tell the pc for 17 long minutes. sure they had approved strict reason for leaving everyone in a panic. finally he confessed he didn't know his twitter password. think about that. here is the state governor who thinks he can only communicate via twitter which raises the question, is the state run by teenagers? it's worse. run by democrats which basically are teenagers with power. there are other options to communicate by. there is something called tv and radio. there is the handy telephone. he is the hawaiian governor. he could have called magnum p.i. but he couldn't even calm a panic without his twitter password. maybe you should've put it on a post-it note and left it on his computer. we have all forgotten passwords.
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that's why i keep mine simple. but you don't need a password to stand in front of a camera and repeat false alarm, go back to bed. apparently the hawaiian government's amateur hour. state run by democrats who not only have a hard time logging onto twitter but also reality which reminds me maybe think twice about ripping trump about his tweets. they showed my password for one second. nobody could read it. it said "i love unicorns forever." >> kimberly: so you are a teenager too. >> greg: i have a teenagers heart. >> dana: veep is more realistic than the west wing. this would've happened. >> kimberly: what about " "scandal?" don't disavow. speak >> greg: i watched 5 minutes of "scandal."
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this is so stupid. >> kimberly: you told me, you we use to discuss the episodes. >> greg: let's get back to bashing hawaii. that's what were here for. is it weird he decided there's only one way. call obama. he can do the twitter. call anybody. call the president and ask him to do it. >> jesse: he didn't email his password to hackers. all these people, anthony weiner, hillary, the governor of hawaii, not the best and brightest. i think we should do what juan does. juan has a twitter valet. a minion who helps him with his twitter. why doesn't the governor have one? >> kimberly: like greg has a wine valet. >> greg: it's amazing. it's amazing how he pours the wind. i should show you a picture.
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seems like this state is run by teenagers. >> juan: why are you whacking on hawaii? >> greg: they scared the hell out of my wife. >> juan: i accept it. that makes sense. why is greg going? somebody made a mistake. they have said they're going to have a two-person team. one person can't make a mistake in the future. >> greg: why can't he pick up the phone? the officials knew. >> juan: don't you know people who forget their password? >> greg: why do i need twitter? i am a governor. i can pick up the phone. >> kimberly: don't you have a communications team, someone who knows how to work or device. even if there was some situatio situation. even the president has somebody. >> dana: it's not like everybody is working saturday morning.
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>> greg: the guy! >> kimberly: this is ridiculous. >> dana: in the story earlier, they have the password on the post-it note on the computer. >> greg: i mention that. >> dana: i know. not everybody gets it. he went so fast with your password. >> kimberly: here is the problem. >> juan: today my phone started vibrating and it said somebody was using my password in another city. so i called my wife and i said are you trying to use my password? she said yes. >> kimberly: what was she doing? maybe she was snooping on you. >> dana: maybe she needs the itunes password. >> greg: "one more thing" is up next. i've gotta say, i love the new place. oh thanks. yeah, i took your advice and had geico help with renters insurance-
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really helped me up my game. i had a coach. math. ooh. so, why don't traders have coaches? who says they don't? coach mcadoo! you know, at td ameritrade, we offer free access to coaches and a full education curriculum -- just to help you improve your skills. boom! that's lesson one. education to take your trading to the next level. only with td ameritrade. >> kimberly: it's time for "one more thing." another fantastic, highly acclaimed edition of kimberly's foot food court. today is national pie day and of course i love the apple pie. here it is right here. what's exciting about this is the american pie council has some tips about what you can do.
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you can bake or purchase up high. you can give one to first responders, law enforcement, homestay pie party and invite your friends. if he invites jesse, he wants vanilla ice cream. >> juan: what about your neighbor? >> kimberly: yes, give piety or neighbor. >> greg: resting on a windowsill. what a weird crime, people stealing pies off windowsills. remember that? that was a thing. good old days. >> dana: jesse, you are next. >> jesse: i want to know more about the national pie council. incredible video. this is a surfer off the coast of portugal. this guy is riding a 100-foot wave. his name is sebastian "the dude." i gave him that nickname. he is german, 32 years old.
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big wave competitive surfer. historic wave. and survived. amazing. >> dana: did he get an award? >> jesse: no, he just gets to be on "one more thing" ." >> juan: the grammy awards are this weekend, first time in 15 years in new york. the highlight i expect is going to be when the lifetime achievement award is given to neil diamond. the 77-year-old singer announced he is retiring from touring this week after being diagnosed with parkinson's. he's not throwing in the towel just yet. the man who brought us "sweet caroline" a feature at red sox games, will continue to sing and write songs. you know, i have heard a lot of his songs but my favorite is from the movie e.t. i thought they were going to play it. >> dana: that was sweet.
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>> greg: the only neil that should be at the super bowl. yesterday, i don't know if you remember. greg's surveillance camera footage of his accident yesterday. we have surveillance video of me getting hit in the head by a a large solid door. it's great. we have cameras everywhere. let's take a look at what happened. you will see me coming towards the door. that's me. oh, and then i get hit. it was pretty brutal. i had to fill out a workmen's comp. form for this. >> kimberly: you have to. >> greg: getting a ct scan. those people were so nice. >> juan: that's a great toy store. >> kimberly: don't we have actual footage of you? >> dana: you are not supposed to jump around if you have a concussion. okay, mine is family-friendly,
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as in my own family. it's about the police department in rawlins, wyoming. take a look. my mom and aunt are from rawlins wyoming. this is david. that's his k-9 dog, certified drug dog. they have a yellow lab. his name is nacho. my aunt and uncle still live in rawlins, wyoming. they own memory lanes, the bowling alley. but it's for sale. if you are in the market for a bowling alley. it's for sale. >> greg: that's only if you have money to spare, right, dana? >> kimberly: you should hit your head more often. >> juan: my favorite dana corny joke is jalapeno.
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>> dana: jalapeno business. that's a throwback. >> greg: juan gives the punch line to jokes first. >> kimberly: "special report" is next. >> bret: thank you. we never get pie here. house republicans rail against the fbi and the justice department as concerns emerge about bias and a secret society. the president's attorney general talks of the special consul in the russian investigation. what will come from that and why won't the nfl improve and add encouraging people at the super bowl to stand for the national anthem? this is "special report" ." good evening. i am bret baier. coming to live tonight from the white house one day after the end of the government shutdown and write in the middle of political sniping. maybe eventually open warfare between congressional republicans and the nation's top law enforcement


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