♪ >> greg: i am greg gutfeld with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, jesse watters. dana perino. "the five" ." donald trump nicked the iran deal which he said he would do all along. >> i am announcing today that the united states will withdraw from the iran nuclear deal. we will be instituting the highest level of economic sanctions. any nation that helps iran and its quest for nuclear weapons could also be strongly
sanctioned by the united states. america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail. today's action sends a critical message. the united states no longer makes empty threats. when i make promises, i keep them. >> greg: before that, apparently john kerry spoke to iranian leaders about saving the deal. i don't blame the guy. kerry's legacy is unraveling faster than a mummy on a merry-go-round. the whole point of the iran deal was legacy, it wasn't security. before this deal, iran was on the ropes. the economy was headed into north korean territory and it was about as stable as john kerry on a skateboard. then we threw them a lifeline. stupid. we went to negotiate with apocalyptic theocrat's and we sent this guy. do james taylor strom some
music? the iran deal, the new guy, trump, tore it down. does this mean war? if you think the current president harbors a grudge against iran, you'd be wrong. he seems willing to talk to just about anyone. the only thing he hates his dumb deals. he would rather start, this is his version of a reset with leverage. >> iran's leaders will naturally say that they refused to negotiate a new deal. they refuse, and that's fine. i would probably say the same thing if i was in their positio position. but the fact is they are going to want to make a new and lasting deal. one that benefits all of iran and the iranian people. when they do, i am ready, willing, and able. great things can happen for
iran command great things can happen for the peace and stability that we all want in the middle east. >> greg: that's nice. for those of you in a panic, remember that you felt that way about north korea too. as trump deals with the worst on the planet, he scratches off isis and north korea, iran seems next. it's a skill set that history will be kinder to than john kerry. dana, on a scale of 1 being super awesome to 10 being super, super, super, super, super awesome. >> dana: here's the other thing. not only did president trump keep his promise. we are 18 months into his presidency. he gave the people that wanted to keep this deal, he gave them a chance to persuade him. he was not persuaded.
not by people here in america or by the visitors from europe who came to visit and he decided he wasn't going to just take a little piece out of it. we are actually pulling out of the entire thing. he made his case, whether he's persuasive enough across the board, i don't know. but it doesn't actually matter. the prisoner wasn't persuasive enough initially was president obama. because he did not decide to have the senate vote on it as a treaty, he did it by executive action. if you look at the things president obama did under executive action, president trump has been able to dismantle those quite easily. one exception is obamacare. obamacare was passed by congress and it was upheld by the supreme court. it still exists. president trump took decisive action but it was really -- i don't think it's that unprecedented given it was not a treaty. it was a decision president obama made. there might be consequences from it but i think it was a good
decision. >> greg: jesse, welcome back. much better than brian kilmeade. isn't this what trump always does. chaos and confusion, but that's a starting point. if you're going to start a deal, you shouldn't be that predictable one. >> jesse: right, sometimes tearing up a bad deal makes you safer. my mother has already texted me. she said this. "i prayed this morning that trump doesn't withdraw from the iran deal. if you choose to support and apply that decision, i am feeling that it is probably likely that i will need to take a break. you will, of course, know that i love you." mom i will say now that the obamacare mandate is gone and the iran deal is gone, probably the presidential library might lose a wing. this legacy has shrunk pretty quickly. i can't think of a funny pun,
like a mummy pun. they had sanctions in place and were squeezing them hard. instead of ratcheting up, they caved and given a sweetheart deal. give them billions in cash which they used on missiles and terrorism. they were violating the deal. they exceeded the heavy water capacity. inspections were a joke. they let themselves inspect. can you imagine that? they were banning inspectors from their military sites. satellite images showed a military site inside a bunker and a mountain being moved around. opening up doors and doing refurbishing. very suspicious. the israeli spies smuggled those documents out of iran to say that the guys lied to facilitate the deal in the first place. they let the ballistic missiles stay. they did really nothing to make sure the deal was enforced.
the worst part about it was ben rhodes, the national security advisor, bragged about how he stole these lies through the fake news media about how good of a deal it was because of you actually put the deal to a senate vote, like a treaty would go, no one would have voted for it because it was so ridiculous. they allow them centrifuges, 6,000. they have a sunset provision that they can ramp it up in a few years. the terrible deal. like he said, there is still going to be a deal on the table potentially if they make a smart decision. >> greg: juan, chuck schumer says this is a mistake that he was one of the people against this deal, right? a little hypocrisy there. >> juan: i think you are talking politics. i've noticed everybody who has spoken says the president kept his pledge that he said he was going to do it, and he did it. if that's what this is about, then i guess you can get your super, super, super, super. but if it's about america, i think then you have two go sad,
sad, sad, very sad, very sad. here's the thing. when the president spoke today, he didn't say oh, yeah, here's a major violation that proves these people are not to be trusted. no. couldn't do that. guess what grade you know why he couldn't do that? people like dan coats, the intelligence community. dan coats is his own guy. has that we know of nothing within iran's action that would constitute a violation of the deal. that's the same thing he was hearing from his advisors before he got bolton and pompeo at cia. this is a victory for iran because it creates distance between the united states and our european allies. secondly, it accelerates regional insecurity in the middle east. it also is going to have an impact on global oil supplies. we don't know where that's going to go. could drive up prices. it's so funny. in the speech, he said you know, in seven years, iran is going to
be free under the terms of this deal to create nuclear weapons. guess what. "the washington post" gave him four pinocchios. no chance, not true. doesn't seem to matter. you always say this is team sports. if this is about team sports and politics, i guess trump's people are going to say great. but if you care about preventing iran from getting a nuclear weapon, i think you have to say sad, sad, sad. >> kimberly: awesome, awesome, super, super, super awesome. it's not about the president fulfilling campaign promises. the reason why he came to that analysis is because he studied it and listen to smart advisors and he made that pledge. he didn't do it in a knee-jerk fashion. he continues to listen to toppled of deliberation and came to the conclusion. not afraid to change his mind when presented with evidence. he determined it was not a good
deal. it's a billion-dollar push for a greater nuclear iran. that's why he wanted to pull out of it. why would we subsidize a nuclear iran? that's what this was. there was no teeth to the inspections. they were self inspecting. it's like jesse looking in the mirror in the morning and deciding whether he looks awesome or not. [laughter] >> jesse: great analogy. >> kimberly: thank you. >> juan: what is the plan b? what exactly -- >> greg: north korea is a good example. >> dana: i think it's okay not to know. one of the things the president said at the end is you're going to hear from iran and they are going to refuse the deal and if i were in their shoes, i probably would too. but i will be here when they want to talk. i think eventually the allies need to figure out a way to come back. unilateral sanctions are fairly toothless. i do think one vulnerability here is that you do put
sanctions on a country to change their behavior. if iran had not done anything to violate the deal, as all of these people had said, than there might be a problem there. the president was also careful to do something else. he drops in the news in the middle of the speech that secretary pompeo has landed in pyongyang and that they are working on the deal. some critics say why would north korea want to enter into an agreement with the united states if it shows that it can't keep its word with iran. i think it's a different word. and i think you also are seeing some really impressive coordination between the president's new national team of john bolton and secretary pompeo. i am trying to think of the other one. gina haspel, who will have her confirmation hearing tomorrow. they are all in the same page. it might not be the page your opponents want but there were a lot of opponents to this iran deal and it wasn't just
republicans or conservatives. >> jesse: with the north koreans, they would see president trump doesn't want to make a deal for the sake of a deal like john kerry did. john kerry come as a private citizen, discussing sanctions with the foreign power. could be a violation. >> dana: logan act. >> juan: i can see you are familiar. >> jesse: you don't know because you can't get inspectors in there. how do they know they're not violating it. to see you, of course they want to keep the deal. the e.u. they get a lot of energy, natural gas and oil from the iranians, and their corporations to billions of dollars in trade deals with the iranian regime. it's in their best interests financially to keep those business deals. >> juan: bowling is an american company. boeing does business with iran. imagine the boeing response. >> greg: we have to move on.
speed seven you talk about obama and the wings on the library, is that what this is about? >> jesse: it's what it's about with obama and kerry. >> greg: we can conclude john kerry is no dennis rodman. on that note... a longtime adversary of president trump is out of a job. the explosive allegations that brought down new york attorney general eric schneiderman. that's ahead.
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some were warned not to say anything for the good of the democratic party. >> this was doubly hard because it was a prominent and powerful figure in democratic politics. many of these women were very connected to democratic political players. these are formidable women with careers that intersected with his in some cases. a lot of their friends and loved ones had don't do it. don't speak out. in some cases, those friends warned them off of talking because they thought he had the power to do too much good for the democratic party. >> dana: schneiderman denies the allegations of assault. he says he engaged in role-playing and other consensual sexual activity. the women are disputing that. those who scream the loudest fall of the hardest. schneiderman had been talking about harvey weinstein and others in all their problems and how they had done women wrong, and he was going to go after them. now he gets had by this. >> kimberly: it's been a long time coming, because he used
fear and intimidation and threats to keep these women silent so they wouldn't come forward. we've been following this for quite some time. there is more to come. he's looking at criminal charges not only with the manhattan d.a.'s office in long island is wild. this is a very, very serious case. you've multiple counts that are pretty consistent of different women coming forward with really tale of horror and physical abuse, really difficult. when i was prosecuting sexual assault, physical and sexual abuse cases in los angeles and san francisco, ronan's rights. they are the toughest to do in terms of the vulnerability of the victims, fear of reprisal going forward, especially someone who is incredibly powerful, well-connected in the democratic party, someone who had an eye for a presidential bid and was able to go undetected first so long because they were afraid to come forward, to say anything against him. there are those who are still afraid, as we sit here tonight,
to come forward. >> dana: your thoughts, juan. >> juan: to me, it's like there's a conversation going on in my head i'm not sure i should have on television. the man says everything was consensual. these were long-term relationships. the women say it was not consensual. as you read at the top, he says this was role-playing. i guess you had some kind of dominant thing going on. he is asking women to admit they are his blank or you are my slave or whatever. i don't know. i think the talk shouldn't be the basis for going after someone else's life. >> kimberly: actual physical proof. medical records. doctors can testify to this that the women went to and sought medical attention. it's not role-playing to get punched or slapped across the face to the point where you get blood in your ear or have to
seek multiple attention for the severity of your physical injuries. it's not role-playing. it's physical abuse that's criminal. i'm telling you this is a fact. >> juan: here is the question then. from his perspective, his wife for 35 years, said it is inconsistent with the man she knows. the second thing is if these women were as injured as you describe, why didn't they filed charges? why didn't they go to the police. they did not. >> kimberly: we just discussed they were threatened and intimidated. >> juan: i don't know that. when you say there is more to come, i believe you. my point to you is, dana, i think when you look at powerful men in american politics, donald trump and his troubles with women or this guy in missouri, the governor eric greitens. you think something is going on in our culture with regard to men and women. >> dana: i want to point out one thing that the democrats dispense with schneiderman pretty quickly.
it's like they are trying to figure out a way to not do what they did in the 1990s with bill clinton. >> jesse: yeah. the me too movement really accelerated the decisions. it's a 24 24-hour thing now. everything schneiderman accused of donald trump of being: racist, aggressive, a fraud, he is himself. richly ironic. he was probably one of the loudest and most effective anti-trump crusaders. all of the lawsuits he brought against the trump foundation, trump university, legal action against daca and sanctuary city. i think the travel ban as well. census reform, health care reform. almost every trump initiative, he tried to fight. he is gone. if you take away. ronan farrow is doing a story about you, you are in deep trouble. this guy is good. and jane mayer, also very tenacious reporter.
this guy, his credibility is rising. i think this office, new york attorney general's offices first. spitzer and schneiderman, i would think twice about running for that office. of course they won't because i'm not a lawyer. to the point about the democrats coming forward and trying to silence the victims, this happens on both parties. you can make a choice between your ideals and victims or choosing the powerful and the money, and a lot of the times in the past month gopal have sided with the powerful and the money. people aren't doing that anymore and i think that's pretty refreshing. >> dana: greg, i will give you the last word. >> greg: i used to use the phrase. as long as your heart is in the right place liberally, your hands could be anywhere else. the most disturbing part, apart from the threats and violence, is the so-called friends that tell these women not to say anything. because you don't want to hurt
the party. >> dana: might run for congress. >> greg: is a promising guy. you have to understand this is a political hit job. well-connected, prominent democrat women, feminists. this isn't a team sport thing. this is hard. you think of it like it's got to be hard for, if you are a team sport person, they are going nuts. >> kimberly: there's a reason he resigned. there is significant evidence to back it up. >> greg: i know you can't say this but do you believe there are more women, do you think? >> kimberly: i know for a fact. >> greg: you sound like you do do. >> dana: first lady melania trump taking on harsh criticism about her newly announced official platform. you will hear about it next.
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♪ >> kimberly: a brand-new example of liberal hypocrisy. some members of the left-wing liberal media mocking first lady melania trump after her the best initiative announcement. >> this is a first lady who is not culturally american, but she is learning the ways. this is not just an american issue. these are not just american issues. these are international issues. cyberbullying is an international issue. social media is international. also the opioid addiction issue. >> kimberly: "new york times" reporter tweeting "for non-english speakers, those from eastern europe, is "the vast" in idiom in your language?" other users on twitter ridiculing trump's accent and choice of words. how can you be against a program that benefit children?
we know that's international. doesn't mean we cannot focus and do something about it in our own country. to mock her appearance, mock her, it's unbelievable to me what poor judgment. >> greg: i do believe we can conclude that glenn thrush is a a-hole for what he said. if anyone of us was thrust into the political limelight in a foreign country, let's say your spouse became president of estonia and had to speak before estonian television. let's say russia before millions of russians or ukraine. you would not do nearly as well as she is because you would kno know. she knows three or four languages. none of her critics could do what she does without having medication. they also accused her, i saw this on msnbc, they accused her of plagiarism. the "be best" brochure was like the other one. as if anybody would actually
read the previous brochure. here's a fact. nobody reads those brochures. the only people that read brochures that have to do with any kind of issue by the people that have to put it together. no one has ever read them. they read them now in order to bash melania. >> kimberly: unbelievable. here is a first lady, she speaks french to the student in their native language. she is well-versed. her approval rating is quite high. >> dana: first lady's are usually the most popular of any administration. she is no exception. she radiates when she's talking about children. it's not surprising that is what she wanted to talk about. i do give any first lady a wide berth. whatever your issue is, whatever you want to talk about. there was a lot of criticism of michelle obama. a lot of criticism about laura bush. the whole i'm not going to stay home and bake cookies type of thing. there was that kind of pushed back it's never appropriate.
this cuts even closer to the bone because they are actually marking her for her being an immigrant. i do think staffwise when you look at the slogan "be best," they could've saved her a little bit of heartache on this. she could call it "be the best," whatever you want to call it. first lady's can do whatever they want to do. it does come with some criticism, but it's not widespread. i think we have to remember the people who are being a-holes, they are few and far between. [all gasping] i am just quoting greg. i don't want her to think people are making too much of this. >> greg: d language. >> dana: i am quoting him. >> kimberly: this is a
problem. the fall from grace following this guide. >> jesse: i leave the show for a couple days. what has happened to you? i would say liberals are supposed to be worldly people that are so sophisticated, and they are the ones mocking someone for an accent. they are supposed to be pro-immigrant and they are making fun of immigrants. i bet melania can speak more languages than almost every single one of the white house reporters covering her. she has done nothing to invite scorn or sarcasm. she hasn't been extremely controversial, like hillary clinton was. people did make fun of michelle obama. >> dana: and her policies. >> jesse: the lunches. remember what the lunches looked like? they were disgusting. let the kids have some chips. i think it was a legitimate criticism. people use first ladies as proxies to attack their husbands usually come and that's how it's always been. i think this is distinctly a little personal. >> greg: is part of a larger context. doing a piece about how she's
not traveling with her husband. it's part of a larger attack. >> kimberly: imagine if they do that with michelle obama. it's unbelievable to me. juan, you agree, don't you? >> juan: i do. i don't think she is not political. i don't think she is very political at all. i think she's been forced into this role. you might say -- i don't think it's criticism. i think it's an apt description. when you talk about copying the brochure, it picks up energy because remember during the convention it was said she used michelle obama speech i think it was at the convention, or elements of it. the bigger point of criticism would be old, my gosh. this gets back to what you were saying, jesse. meant for people who don't like her husband. then you have the husband has had his own issues with cyberbullying. she is taking up cyberbullying. >> jesse: he does not cyber bully anybody, juan. he just hits back on twitter. >> juan: we report.
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are the numbers rising because of the attacks? over the top manic, chasing every possible story about stormy. it's revolting to america. they are like, physically and mentally impossible for trump to be all of these things. it all can't be true. i think they start looking at the media as though they are at a carnival sideshow and they are looking at the two headed goat. it's the media that's in this hysterical crazed bubble. americans are going, these guys have got problems. >> jesse: do you think the numbers rising are a result of the negative coverage? or despite the negative coverage? >> dana: i think it's based on reality and results. i was on the seven day road trip. houston, nashville, met a lot of people. saw a lot of people. watched a lot of local news. no one is talking about washington, d.c. people are saying life is a
little better. they see the passing information. unemployment rate is way down. they might hear a little bit here and there. one of the things about the broadcast evening news is that it is the demographic watching it, it's not that big and not that widespread. there are not that many people actually watching it. most people, the people who watch fox news, that might be different but this is based on evening broadcast news. name anybody who can actually come and do you know anybody who watches it? your mom probably does. >> jesse: every single night. >> dana: i try to watch on saturday and sunday. i think most people are getting the news and information on their phones. >> greg: i don't know who the anchors are anymore. >> dana: we talk about how influential they are. i'd actually don't think they are that influential. >> jesse: juan, what do you think? bigger numbers for the president.
>> juan: huge. but historically, i think it's the lowest we've ever seen. >> jesse: depends which poll. >> dana: his numbers are better, and that's undeniable. >> juan: what you guys are going to have a problem with is when democrats are asked, is the country doing good enough? in december it was 25%. now those same democrats were not saying to trump, are saying the country is doing good. i think it picks up on your sense of reality. you know what. unemployment is low. i don't think wages are rising about most people don't see any big crisis, except for the concern about trump and the russians. the polls still show that most people think mueller's investigation should be allowed to persist, continue. >> jesse: the wages are up, juan. according to the polls, 53% of americans say the russia investigation is politically motivated. >> kimberly: because it is, indeed. when you look at the list of
accomplishments and turn down the white noise you see in the rest of the media, with 90% of it negative. literally like brainwashing people into a certain ideology. you go whoa, let me block it out. the facts are the tax cuts are working. the facts are he's working on immigration. working hard on the border. pulled out of the iran deal, said no to the crazy paris climate change accord. we are winning a national security and against isis. we are having historic talks as it relates to north korea and south korea. he is tough with iran. he's been tough on syria. stood up for women and children, the genocide that's been happening there. he's been very tough with russia as well. when you look at this across the board, you say wait a second. this should be reflective in the numbers, and he's doing better with women, minorities, black americans as well. it's very positive. it's positive for the country.
positive for all of us. positive for families thinking about how they are going to support and educate and feed their families. >> juan: can i jump in and say he's not doing better with black folks. not doing better with women. >> jesse: i think he doubled the approval of black americans. we attributed to the kanye bump. cheerleading controversy up nex next. this is a story about mail and packages. and it's also a story about people and while we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country, we never forget... that your business is our business the united states postal service. priority: you ♪ with expedia you could book a flight, hotel, car and activity all in one place. ♪
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♪ >> juan: a new jersey high school upsetting students and some parents after implementing a new policy to make the cheerleading team more inclusive. the school saying the squad must now accept everyone or be disbanded. this decision coming up to one parent complained when her child didn't make the cut following tryouts last month. greg, is this a case of, you know, -- >> kimberly: he was a cheerleader. >> greg: i was. >> juan: is that right? i didn't know if you are having fun at his expense. >> greg: a secret i was trying to keep from america. >> juan: do you think it's weakening our children?
>> greg: i don't know. here is my feeling. it's a small local story over a beef over a cheerleading choice. some parents cut ticked off. now it's a national story. i'm a little scared. none of the teachers or coaches make enough money to be forced to deal with the transient spotlight seeking the latest raw meat. i feel ambivalent. i know i am not supposed to. this is a terrible story! i am outraged! political correctness run a mock. >> jesse: that's what you wanted. >> kimberly: sometimes... percolating below the surface. >> juan: five hopefuls who didn't make it because they didn't score 87 or higher, but they did score 78 to 86. the school said you can for dissipate. >> dana: okay. i am not outraged. it takes a lot to get me outraged. but i will say they're not doing
them any favors for when they are going to enter the job markets. it's a super competitive world right now to get a job. guess what. 20 people don't get the job. one person will get the job. >> greg: good point. as a former cheerleader, yes. i agree. >> juan: jesse, what about positive reinforcement, like saying to young people, yeah, we are going to reward you for your effort. >> jesse: if everybody makes the team, then you don't try hard to make the team. >> juan: no, i was saying even people who are trying but don't make the cut are being encouraged to continue participating. >> jesse: too bad. that's why they have the team. you make it or you don't make it. i hate this story. i think it's totally lame. when we were growing up, there were cuts. you found out. you would look on the sheet. you didn't play. sorry, maybe next year. >> dana: that are detected.
then you don't have to walk up and look. >> jesse: people look and then scurry away. >> kimberly: did you ever not make something? >> jesse: i got cut in eighth grade basketball. but i weaseled my way onto the team. >> juan: michael jordan got cut. michael jordan didn't quit. this is really interesting, kimberly. >> kimberly: that greg is a cheerleader and not me. >> juan: i think you could have been if you wanted to. there's a difference between dance and art for cheerleading and acrobatic cheerleaders. >> jesse: juan is in the weeds. >> juan: who gets points and who doesn't. doesn't make a big difference. >> kimberly: what happens is, sometimes you can have, we used to have at my school. we had song girls and we had cheerleaders. the cheerleaders would do more acrobatics, tumbling. song girls did the dance routine. it was kind of separate. you also have to be in very good
physical shape to be able to do this. pyramids and stuff and you can fall. they do flips. it's not the easiest thing. you've got to be in shape to be able to do it. >> jesse: isn't cheerleading sexist? this is the whole thing. what are liberals doing? coercing young girls. >> juan: how do you know the principle is a liberal? >> jesse: oh, come on. >> kimberly: i don't know where he went with this. when i was in second grade, there was no girls team for soccer. my mom convinced the coach to give me a tryout and said if she is good enough and she is as good as any of the guys playing, then put her on the team. if she's not, cut her. i made the team. i liked it. it taught me to reline her soft, practice, work hard and do it. eventually they had a girls team. >> greg: do you remember on the brady bunch when peter brady became a sunflower, girl scouts. then marcia brady joined the girl scouts. that was in the early '70s.
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>> what happened to corn hole? >> i don't know, you should get corn hole. >> okay. he's tough and fair, his name is bret baier. up next. >> bret: some transitions are better than others. president trump says good riddance to the iran nuclear deal as he announces the president is withdrawing. congress considers the request to cut 15 billion in unused funds, and a champion of the "me, too" movement faces his own account allegations. good evening, i'm bret baier, coming to you live from the white house as the administration deals right now with reaction to president trump's announcement a few hours ago here that the u.s. is withdrawing from the iran nuclear deal.