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victim on his meeting with governor scott. and gop congressional candidate rick saccone. it happens here on fox business. catch me every day on fox business at 2 p.m. eastern on the intelligence report. >> ♪ >> hello. i am kimberly guilfoyle, juan and dana perino and this is "the five." >> north korea best want make anymore threats to the united states. they will be met with fire and fury and power the likes of which this world has never seen before. it's time someone stood up for the people of this country. if anything happens to guam there will be big, big trouble.
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>> rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime. >> critics claim the president's rhetoric on north korea could lead us to war. boy, were they as shocked by the break through that no one saw coming. the prospect of a peaceful resolution to the nuclear standoff. kim jong-un is willing to meet in person with president trump for talks. this is a stunning development. here's more from secretary of state rex tillerson. >> this was the most forward leaning report in terms of kim jong-un's not just willingness but his strong desire for talks. what changed was his posture in a dramatic way that came as a surprise to us as well. that he was so forward leaning in his conversations with the delegation from south korea. >> it will take several weeks to agree on timing and location of
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the talks, but the president said it will happen by may. he is winning some unusual praise from critics, but there is skepticism about the upcoming sit down. why has no sitting american president ever met with a leader from north korea? why has that never happened? why hasn't any other president done this? shouldn't i take that to mean this might be a risky or unwise move? >> there is a better chance that a meeting between kim jong-un and donald trump could be successful. >> this is a break through if he play with right. >> kim jong-un is getting something that his father and grandfather wanted. the optices of sitting down at the table as equals face-to-face with the president of the united states.
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in this case donald trump. >> dana perino, do you think the president is getting appropriate consideration for the steps he has taken that resulted in this? >> i think so. he is getting a net plus in terms of coverage. a little dose of skepticism. not about the president but about kim jong-un. appropriately so. in 1996 and 2005 they tried the same thing. not face-to-face talks but talks in exchange for something. in this case it seems that depending on what kim jong-un does, they might get nothing for it. they want the talks for what? he said he won't do any missile tests between now and when this meeting takes place. we have not heard other things as to what kim jong-un wants. it's a different situation now
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because he has nuclear weapons now. he comes to the table in a different position. there is no doubt that the president's stance and his willingness to be really tough -- plus, there is this thing that kim jong-un was worried he would become saddam hussein. there is a reason kadafi turned over his nuclear weapons. is president trump getting enough credit? i think so. also he can't worry about that too much. looking back this could be very popular. for example, when he said "fire and fury" last spring and there was a huge fire fight about that in the media. my gosh, he will lead us to nuclear war. looking back and each in "vanity fair" and the "new york times,"
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several people are saying that actually worked in getting to this point. on balance he is getting credit if that's what the goal is. the goal should not be credit. it's the outcome denuclearization of north korea. >> absolutely. nevertheless, if you look at the time frame here congressman, this is a quick turn about for president trump coming in and being able to achieve this diplomatic accord to sit down with him. >> it reminds me of what reagan did. took a doctrine of peace through strength. donald trump laid down the line early and would do what it took to protect the united states and protect guam and the allies around the world. i think that's paying off in great dividends. it did happen quickly.
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if they delay the timeline -- we need to let this play out. president trump put us in a position where we can prevail and make the world a better and safer place. >> if they demolished mount rushmoore and put 4 obama heads right. there the point about the optices. kim is getting something for nothing. it may help rocket man. but, why wouldn't he do it? that's going to be part of the deal. it will probably help him survive. in order for this to succeed, we have to be super-skeptical and make sure there is restitution for otto warmbier. president trump spent time with his dad. i am sure that will be part of
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the deal. what happened to otto warmbier? who was responsible for that horrible treatment and punish them. that's as big to me personally as making sure there are inspectors there to look at their nukes. i think it should be part of. it you can't let him get away with that. obviously the sanctions worked. the sanctions worked because i would call the sanctions the trump handshake. it doesn't let go and gets tighter and tighter. it can go on forever. he targeted countries. i am centical but i will -- centical but i will say this.
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-- skeptical but i will say this. it's an interesting contrast between republicans and democrats. democrats are like the single parent. republicans are like both parents. you have the carrot and the stick. democrats think all they have to do is yell world peace and it will happen. no, you need a carrot and a stick. i think trump has been really good at weilding that stick. >> juan? >> i heard rhetoric that was threatening and hostile and made people fear that president trump might do a strike against north korea. i don't think it led to this. what i think what led to this was the south korea president actually taking the risk of coming together and saying we want to reunify and be one. why don't you north koreans join
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us at the olympic and have talks. talks with vice-president pence broke down. but the south korea president did meet. today rex tillerson the secretary of state said it's a surprise to us speaking of the trump administration that you get kim changing his posture in this way. today at the white house. sarah sanders was unsure. we want to make sure he is going to as a pre-condition to any talks denuke first. sarah sanders made it seem like we are not sure about this. tillerson said sitting down to talk is not negotiation. a big win for trump or not, is he getting enough credit or not? i think the real issue is: how do we deal as a country with north korea? are we doing so effectively?
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>> south koreas said it was the presence of donald trump that led to this. >> if you go back to republican administrations, even like to bush and clinton and obama, all of them tried to make a deal. it's not their failing. i think it's the failing of the north korea regime to hold to their word. their word was with 6-party talks. they always lied. >> you nailed it by mentions all of the past presidents. this is different. we are the crazy person on the street for once. that is working. he is unpredictable. you don't know what he will do and unpredictability is a great card to have in your hand. north korea was facing somebody who might actually nuke you.
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that's a first. they didn't expect anybody else to do that. this guy might do it. the way the sanctions are going, this guy -- it won't end well for us and it may still not end well for kim. i am worried about the people in north korea. we still have to address that. if they are still starving. do we want to say it's better for the world for denuclearization? >> i wonder if the rhetoric -- everybody is saying because trump had this bellicose rhetoric, that shifted kim's posture. i don't know that. >> [overlapping talking]. >> dennis wilder said the
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chinese have done something that changed the way that kim regime is able to use currency. i don't understand how that dark money stuff works. if the regime doesn't pay off the general managers to keep them in line, he has to do something. they have a south korea president they didn't have during the obama administration who is much more willing to say to north korea. let's work this out. we have a president who is willing to do that it takes to stop north korea from having nuclear weapons and kim jong-un is squeezed off so let me see if i can get him to the table. >> it's unconventional but i think it's part of the puzzle and piece that worked here. >> [overlapping talking].
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e >> he has nuclear weapons now. >> and china's influence. >> will dennis rodman go? >> i hope so. >> let's not dumb down the segment. some news that will knock your socks off about the trump economy next.
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>> i love the carc. thanks for doing that for me. democrats are laser focussed on collusion and trump allegations that the good news about the trump economy likely went right over their heads. u.s. employers added the most workers. 313,000. the unemployment rate holding steady for the fifth month. and the trump administration tax
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cuts lifted optimism among consumers and businesses. the democrats have to hate that, don't they juan? >> no, this is good news. to me what you want is an economy that is growing and continues to improve. in that sense thanks to obama. >> [laughing]. >> i will say this. i think this is good news for everyo everyone. there is concern about wages not going up. people made fun of that under obama and talked about labor force participation. it's the about same. what we have seen here is things are going well. we continue to grow. optimism on the part of consumers continues to grow. the stock market had ups and downs. with regard to gary cohn leaving, the stock market was in flux. you see the numbers bump today is good news. >> it's also kimberly's birthday. i am sure that has something to
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do with it. happy birthday. >> thank you very much. >> what do you think of these numbers? >> i am encouraged. wouldn't anyone be, democrat or republican? don't we want people to have jobs and less regulation, tax reform? i think the numbers are fantastic. this is something that all american businessing should be happy about. it creates opportunity. growth in the market for others to get in and increase the work force so we have more families doing well and providing it back into the economic stream. >> greg, was this because of president obama or the change of guard in the presidency have a little to do with it? >> your answer is meanwhile the democrats are planing to raise taxes. >> repeal and replace. >> that's the answer about president obama. 313,000, the same number of
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people in the media working to impeach trump. >> that's very funny. >> deflection tells when you there is good news. stormy daniels is now a cnn contributor. if you turn it all it's all stormy. all bad weather. historic lows in black unemployment and hispanic unemployment and donald trump pardons a navy seal who was charged with taking pictures in a nuclear sub. he does that as an after-thought. it's such a departure. compare that to when he shortened chelsea manning's prison term. household net worth is up to 100 trillion dollars. that's up 44 trillion dollars since 2009.
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that's obviously not trump. more households are moving into the high income house holds. capitalism is working and we should be very happy. >> dana? >> if you unleash the economy and the tax cuts have done that, you can see an economy operating at the very highest level. you said this is the highest number since february of 2016. i don't remember what was happening then. i am sure we didn't tout how fabulous the economy was. this was set up as the media won't cover this. that's unfortunately. i think people see this in their local newspapers. across the country, if you are getting a bonus it's in the paper. if you are seeing new businesses open up. people are willing to take risks.
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if you have more capital in the economy, people will take risks and open up a business. even older people are going back into the work force. finding new jobs like that. i am pretty sure if john podesta paid $130,000 to pay off somebody in bill clinton's world that was salacious there would be coverage. every media organization gets to make a choice. >> we all know what trump is. trump said i am not a role model. that's why stormy daniels doesn't resonate with americans. and the unemployment figures the lowest in 49 years. that's a big deal. >> at the end of the day -- >> to the media it resonates. americans know what they elected. donald trump is attracted to adult film stars. i think that's not shocking. >> i don't think attracting is the word. >> that's how it starts. that's how biology works.
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to pence for attacking his religious beliefs. she called the vice-president to say she was sorry. he encouraged her to apologyize publicly to the millions of christians who watch her show simple this about abc and business or religious faith? >> a lot of people take their faith seriously. you can believe whatever you want in this country and we should encourage that. what is not tolerable is when somebody mocks you for that. this is a base with millions of americans who believe in these things. it's striking that you have the people who preach the most tolerance and are the least tolerant. let's see if she will do it publy and be sincere and say it's okay if you believe in jesus christ in this country.
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that message should get out. people should not be mocked on national tv for believing in their own faith. >> or not believing. >> we take care of you, man. >> i don't have a problem being a christian in the united states. >> we attack you for other things. >> i know. i do think it's important to take a step back and remember that all of this started with omarosa on big brother said if you are worried about trump as president, you should worry if trump disappears and mike pence comes on. he has had conversations with jesus and thinks jesus is telling him what to say. that's what started the conversation on the "view." dana, are we right to be critical of joy behar for this? >> that's interesting that nobody asked omarosa to apologize to the vice-president. there is a fine line.
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i could imagine that pence listened to the apology and forgave her. that's what his religion tells him to do and he lives his faith. on television sometimes you say things that you regret. i am sure that the ceo of disney was reluctant to be policing what is being said on air. i just would never say that. i would say everyone gets a choice. when you open your mouth, you get to say whatever you want. she had to own it. >> kimberly, pat robinson said they should pull the show. it's so offensive. are conservatives looking at this as a way to go after a show they don't like? >> no. i think it was appropriate that she made the apology and called him directly.
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obviously it's a concern because it was raised by a shareholder. it's a serious situation. people are offended. they have to think about it from a ratings perspective, also in terms of the public approach. what are people thinking about this? there are millions in this country americans that practice their faith and their religion. they deserve to have the respect to do that. not only that, to say that about the vice-president, i am quite certain that joy regrets those comments. abc doesn't applaud them. they brought up all of the trump supporters as well. listen, you offended people and said terrible things about the president and the vice-president and christians in america.
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she apologized. >> greg, evangelicals and trump and his scandal? >> i don't know about that. you would have to ask them. not me. >> [laughing]. >> you know, i would not have apologize i guess. that's an odd situation to put somebody in. she offended people but we offend people. >> and you are never sorry. >> i have been sorry before and i was forced to apologize. it's not an apology if it is forced. joy behar, we know what joy behar is. she makes a lot of money for abc. i think it's period that he did that. even if a big shareholder complained. i thought what she said -- i don't care. but she is going into like her
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8th decade. i think she is in her 70s. the fact you are that age and still have to go to the principal's office, that scarce me. it will happen to me. it never ends. you can always be in the principal's office. >> the shareholder was justin danhold. >> who is that? >> you would not know. >> what does that mean? >> ponder it. >> i will ponder it. >> from president to producer. barack obama may have a new tv gig. dana perino will fill you in next. mike and i are both veterans,
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from a camera and he could be going hollywood on netflix. the former president and wife michelle obama for talks to produce new shows for the streaming service. it focus on subjects important to them like health care, nutrition or voting rights. what do you think? >> i like this. why not? >> i think it's natural for them. >> i think so too. why not have a diversed portfolio. more variety and more interests and more options. >> i thought she might have her own talk show. >> wow, you never thought that. people would watch and see if it work. i am not sure it would work. in the larger picture i thought when i heard this, culture dominates politics. no question. we would talk about the possibility if president trump had not won, he would have created his own tv network or trump tv. now obama after 2 terms and he
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is saying you have to get into the tv business to control the messages out there and he will do it. what he will do, kimberly, he may be like a talk show host and introduce issues that are a concern to him. >> this could be the former president trying to shape his legacy going forward. >> well, we understand why he gave out all of those free obama phones. you can watch him on free phones. >> boo. >> that was a long time ago. >> and all inaccurate. >> no, i think he is bored. >> he is a young man. he wanted to get into media apparently into the business end. >> well, it's pretty easy to do. you just sit there like what he did as president. he is the tv versionave president. he's what they want.
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an incomptent progressive without a plan. they should do a great documentary where he plays an obama impersonator and pretends he is himself. i would watch that. this would put me to sleep. >> big news for "sopranos" fans. >> let's understand something. i am a friend of silvio and you are. you may have a family problem i can help you with. if i can do it, this would make me happy. >> the hit mafia drama wrapped up in 2007 but it's coming back on the big screen set in the '60s in the newark riots in engineer. -- new jersey. the star passed away in 2013 and this will have his character as a young boy. >> if you go to the netflix and go to the rockford files in
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1979. 2 episodes written by david chase who wrote the "sopranos." it feature twos guys that were characters in the "sopranos." a great episode. and just a couple of guys. rockford goes to nuark and runs into these guys. it's all about these hoodlums and david wrote this stuff because he was thinking about the "sopranos." nobody knows about those episodes. they are so good. >> all right. >> you love tv? >> [laughing]. e >> i wanted a firebird. >> one of the greatest cars ever. >> are you going to watch it? >> i love the "sopranos." i was hoping they would explain the final scene. >> waiting for the sequel? >> yes. >> and kimberly, that's an interesting time frame to look
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at. >> it's fascinating and i am sure people will enjoy it. i like it. seeing the history of and see the characters from a younger age. >> finally wondering what rachael was up to she was a f m formfor former naacp leader who was unmasked as a white woman. she has a new show. watch. >> well -- >> greg, she was controversial for a while. >> this is what i hate about the entertainment industry. they devote attention to those who are willing to do anything for attention. she is not a hero. it's likely she has a mental issue. she could be mentally ill which
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will make for some people fun entertainment to watch but it's sad. >> jason? >> it's a sad story. no desire to ever watch it. there are so many inspiration stories of people who have done amazing things in their lives. i hate to see somebody profit from this. >> she wrote a book last year about finding my place in a black-and-white world. what do you make of it? >> white is the new black for her, i guess. i don't know that she is mentally ill. when there is so much question about racial transitions, i find her interesting. and she is not being paid. she invited this attention and they are taking advantage of it. greg was talking about reality tv. >> and also, kimberly, her son is a part of the show.
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apparently is not thrilled about it. he said i resent some of her choices and some of the words she has spoken. i feel bad for him. >> he is in a tough position. it is his mom. you don't want to see a child being put in a conflicted like that. i won't watch this. >> watch the "sopranos" and nen the obamas and not this. facebook friday next.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> facebook friday. let's begin. the question from patty b: juan? >> this is sort of happened. he said i am childish. when he tweets negatively about me says child juan williams. >> [laughing]. >> this is the most incredible thing. >> childish juan. >> [laughing]. >> at least i am not lying or little. >> little juan.
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>> or crying. >> we were out in the lobby and the guy comes up to say hello. one of the janitors said mr. welcomes can i get a picture? childish juan williams ran up to me to ask for a photo. >> kimberly? >> i don't know. [laughing]. extraordinary. i don't know. what would he nickname me? >> wonderful birthday girl. >> that's not a nickname. >> jason? >> i don't know. curly. >> curly jason ran up to me. jas jason. >> are you aware if you have a nickname from him? >> i don't know. he was very ginger with the idea that the oversight -- i don't want to get side ways. he was cautious. >> dana? >> i have one and it's not a good one.
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>> come on. everybody has to play. >> hmmm. i will take high energy. >> that's been used. >> low energy! >> he called me clive because i look live clive owens. >> you made that up. >> [laughing]. >> question from mary: >> play the flute. >> dana, why? >> i think it's a pretty instrument. >> of all the instruments, the flute? >> yes, it's gorgeous. >> you can't get in a rock band unless it's jethro tull. >> i think your nickname is safe dana. wants to play the flute. >> jason? >> i wish i could blow glass. >> there is a theme here.
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wind instruments. >> i don't think we want to talk about this. >> blow the glass. you see that on tv? >> wow! >> juan? >> seriously? >> [laughing]. e >> he was under pressure. >> my whole family speaks spanish. even my grandchildren speak spanish. >> no revisions in facebook. kimberly, there must be something. >> we can sit and think about it. i would go with an instrument. you used to play the piano and didn't keep up with it. >> i wanted to be -- need to be less selfless. i am giving so much. i need to be more selfish.
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the evening what happened the night of june 12, 1994 when nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman were murdered. o.j. simpson may have insight. he gave a bombshell interview in 2006 where he revealed his hypothetical account of what happened on that night. take a look. >> i am going to tell you a story you have never heard concerning the murders of my ex-wife and her young friend. forget everything you think you know. i know the facts person anybody. >> this is one story the whole world got wrong. >> this will be sunday evening on the fox broadcast network at 8 p.m. eastern. this has never been seen before. it's fascinating. this is the case that went around the world. a 2-hour special: you will hear from darden as well and nicole's family. >> i will watch that. >> i will watch fox news
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instead. >> as long as you are watching fox, we will be happy. kimberly guilfoyle's birthday. we have beautiful, wonderful, cupcakes we will pass around. because juan loves the banana pudding, we got you a special one. >> that was very kind. thank you. >> happy birthday, kimberly. >> thank you, my love. >> cupcakes! the breakfast of champions. thank you is next. >> all right. saturday, that's tomorrow. 10 p.m. this is a great show. 10 p.m. the greg gutfeld show. dr. pinski and special guest mr. carter page. that will be exciting.
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now it's time for. your beautiful news. that's right. where you get all of your beautiful news. this fellow. could not grow a beard on his own. he decided he would have a beard bull of bees. -- full of bees. he is lecturing wearing the bees. do you know how he did that? he has the queen on him and some bee odors. this is what you want to do, jason? >> after the glassblowing glass. >> [laughing]. >> gowdy email us making fun of jason. >> poor guy. >> [laughing]. >> aren't you glad, juan, we have someone else to pick on. >> get ready to lose an hour of sleep on sunday. that's right. it's time to spring forward as we return to daylight savings
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time. this marks 100 years since it debate. -- debuted. florida voted to deep daylight saving time year round. they could join arizona and hawaii who are exempt. >> it's confusing with the flights and everything. >> that was fascinating. >> all right. as chairman of the oversight committee, one thing i did was i brought martin up whose generic drugs rose to high levels. >> do you think have you done anything wrong? >> on the advice of counsel i invoke my fifth amendment privilege and decline to answer
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your question >> today he was sentenced to seven years in prison. i hope he serves every single second of it. >> okay. have a great weekend. thanks for the birthday wishes. "special report" is next. >> a deal maker gets his chance for the ultimate deal. president trump's agrees to meeting with north korea leader. wall street takes off and what happened to the foreign military trainees who came to the u.s. and then disappeared? this is "special report." welcome to washington. i am bret baier. skepticism is in the air and the feeling of deju-vu. along with optimism, the hope that this time things will be dlint. president trump's decision to go

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