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. mark: it's been fascinating, professor. i appreciate it. law students at stanford are lucky. don't forget, join us next time on life liberty and limited. [♪] jesse: welcome to. "watters' world." i'm jesse watters. 20 democratic democrats duking it out in miami. msnbc humiliated itself with multiple technical glitches. here is what the president posted. >> we are less than 50 miles from where 17 people were killed in a -- >> we are going to take a quick break and get the technical situation. >> what's happening?
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>> we are hearing our colleague -- [♪] guess what, guys. we are going to take a quick break and get this technical situation fixed. we'll be right back. jesse: here to react, former republican presidential candidate herman cain. the subject of the new documentary from poor to ceo. and kayleigh mcenany and tomi lahren author of the upcoming book, "never play dead, how the truth makes you unstoppable." let's begin with what many
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people seem to think was kamala harris delivering maybe a knockout blow to joe biden over busing. watch this. >> will you agree today that you were wrong to oppose busing in america? >> i did not oppose busing in america. what i opposed was busing ordered by the department of education. >> the failure of states to integrate public schools in america. i was part of the second class to integrate berkeley public schools almost two decades after brown versus board of education. >> that's because your city council made that decision. >> that's why we need to pass the equality act and era. >> i argued strongly that we in fact deal with the notion of
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denying people access to the ballot box. i agree -- my time is up. jesse: wow, herman cain. not only did he take it on the chin, he just waved the white flag. >> that's exactly what he did. i have got to give camel a harris credit for basically taking a knockout blow towards vice president joe biden. but segregation is way, way way in our past. even though she wanted to point it out, but to go all the way back to segregation and busing does not help this nation. this is the whole point of my documentary movie coming out on the 1st. i'm not a victim. i don't make excuses. even though she punched joe and he didn't respond very well. the fact is she took us back to a time and we are not there.
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jesse: joe had black men and woman solidly behind the vice president. do you think she was successful? >> no, because folks will dig into her own record. both her and joe biden have horrendous records when it comes to incarceration. kamala harris was a prosecutor. 91% of federal inmates let out under president trump are african-american. the only one with a good record here is the president. jesse: the betting markets are shooting hah rise up to number 2. she is a good prosecutor. she is a tough fighter. i wouldn't call her inspiring, would you? >> i wouldn't call her inspiring
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but she hasn't addressed herself as a female barack obama. i think it will depend who barack obama chooses to endorse. if you see joe biden and his speech on friday in chicago, he spent the whole time bowsing up to barack obama. jesse: he should have just told kamala how dare you have accused me of being racist in any way? barack obama didn't think i was racist. if he did he wouldn't have put me on the ticket. and he had a problem enunciating and articulating. >> look, look, number one, number two, secondly, secondly, the price for whatever -- whatever the drug -- renewable sources. the act aloud after the president got elected. my time is up, i'm sorry.
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jesse: i don't want to pile on the former vp. but it raises a lot of questions on whether he has the performance ability to sit on that stage and go head-to-head with donald trump. look at everybody raise their hands when asked this question about giving illegal aliens health insurance. >> raise your hand if your government plan would provide coverage for undocumented immigrants. okay. jesse: is it over, her man? is that it? are they done? >> when i saw those hands go up i dropped my popcorn and spilled my adult beverages. i could not believe they were all in concert saying they would give health insurance to illegal aliens. here is the one question neither night addressed. who is going to pay for it?
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they never talk about that. jesse: they don't know who is going to pay for it. >> they don't care. they are just trying to pander, that's all. jesse: not only are they going to give all the illegal i am greanlts health insurance, they are going to take the health insurance you and i like away from us. >> who here would abolish their private health insurance in favor of a government-run plan. just a show of hands to start out with. all right. well -- jesse: kayleigh, that's the nail in the coffin. take away your healthcare and give it to illegals. >> 200 million americans are kicked off their health insurance. 22 million seniors off medicare advantage and all taxpayers will pay for illegal immigrant healthcare thanks to obama care. that is the nail in the coffin
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of the 2020 election. as president trump noted, that's the end of it right there. jesse: tomm tom tomi, i don't kw who liz warn is running against. >> giants corporation profits, monopolies, giant drug companies, giant oil come any. a thinner and thinner slice at the top. jesse: what is she running against, capitalism? >> that's what all the democrats are running on. she demonizes the wealthy because her plan is we can all get poorer together. they want companies to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour but they want to bankrupt corporations because they are evil. who is going to pay for this.
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they are funding their entitlement programs by taxing the wealthy. but when you take their wealth away, who is going to pay for it, illegal aliens? i don't think so. jesse: this is absolute chaos. buttigieg. people were nervous about him because he had the racial problem in south bend. then eric swalwell of all people took him to the woodshed. watch this glare at the end of this exchange. >> he has taken so many steps for police accountability. we are obviously not there yet. i step responsibility for that. so under indiana law, this will be investigated and there will be accountability for the officer involved. >> you are the mayor, fire the chief. >> all of these issues are extremely important, but they
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are specific. jesse: did you have see that glare, herman cain? >> i saw that glare. jess he, here is the bottom line on both nights of the democrat debates. they were all losers to the voters who care about being patriots and care about this country and who care about the constitution, our laws and enforcing our laws. they were selling socialism at best. and some of them they were selling communism. i don't think that dog is going to hunt. but the ordinary middle america voter come november 2020. jesse: that's why the president is licking his chops. one of the highlights in my opinion. this woman marianne willia will.
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>> donald trump is not going to be beaten just by insider politics. he won't be beaten just by somebody who has plans. he'll be beaten by somebody who has an idea what this man as done. only love can cast that out. sow i, sir, i have a feeling you know what you are doing. i'm going to harness love for political purposes. i will meet you on that field, and, sir, love will win. jesse: she is crazy but i kind of like her. >> she is a little weird. every time she spoke people were who is she again? she has a vision of being in a field of flowers and love. best of luck, marianne. i don't think she'll be on the next debate stage. jesse: at the end they all ask everybody what they thought the biggest geopolitical threat was. listen to these abcs.
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>> donald trump climate change. >> climate change and russia. >> they want to fund the actual threat, illegal immigration. their biggest threat is donald trump, they have that right. jesse: maybe he's the biggest threat to the democratic party. check out cain's new film and tomi's book. congressman omar, did she marry her brother? first, google exposed in a sting operation as part of the resistance against president trump. the undercover video right after the break. fact is, every insurance company hopes you drive safely. but allstate actually helps you drive safely... with drivewise.
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we like drip coffee, layovers- -and waiting on hold. what we don't like is relying on fancy technology for help. snail mail! we were invited to a y2k party... uh, didn't that happen, like, 20 years ago? oh, look, karolyn, we've got a mathematician on our hands! check it out! now you can schedule a callback or reschedule an appointment, even on nights and weekends. today's xfinity service. simple. easy. awesome. i'd rather not. jesse: google stung by project veritas. the report which fox news has not independently verified uncovered a leaked internal email from google staffers calling dennis prairg, ben
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shapiro and jordan peterson nazis. they are nazis using the dog whistles. but why not go with meredith's suggestion of disabling the suggestions feature. the memo coming off the heels of an undercover video showing a google executive talking about preventing the next trump situation in 2020. watch. >> we reached out to google but they had no comment. but referred us to her comments saying project veritas filmed me
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without my consent and selectively edited and spliced the video to distort my word. dennis, letting discuss the sound bite they elicited from his google executive talking about preventing trump's election. >> that's just crazy. the power they have and the fact they want to do that suggests to me they are not fair players. how dangerous is this? >> it's impossible to overstate how dangerous it is. this is unique in human history that there is only one conduit for information and for all intents and purposes that's the case with google. the vast majority of searches outside of a dictatorial state like china are done on google.
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dr. robert epstein who was a liberal and i believe a democrat and professor at ucla computer science, research science, has done a very meticulous study to the best of my knowledge it has not been in any way invalidated, showing in the last election that's exactly what google did, steer people toward democratic nominees. or candidates. and as a result actually skewed election results. i would argue if one wants to be honest and that's at a premium. if one wants to be honest, i would say google had a more insidious effect on the election than putin did. jesse: the way they do this, if you put some search in they direct you away from conservative sites toward more positive mainstream pro-democracy krat i can sites.
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and then they deplatform and ban people. we know a bunch of google executives were on the obama team. they met at the white house on numerous occasions. as ted cruz found out, we know who they want in the white house. watch him grill this executive. >> of the senior executives at google, do you know of a single one who voted for donald trump? >> thank you, senator. i'm a user experience director and i work on google's digital well being. i can tell you we have diverse views. >> do you know of anyone. >> i don't think it's within my purview. >> it's okay you don't have to know. the public record shows in 206 google employees gave $1.315 million to hillary clinton's campaign. that's a lot of money.
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care to venture how much they gave to the trump campaign? it's a round number. zero dollars and zero cents. not a penny. >> isn't that great? >> i never saw that before. i have no idea. of course, she has an idea. every single american has an idea. it's oh dishonest it's cringe worthy. jesse: when you compare it to the donations and the undercover videos, it's clear they have an agenda. just own up to it and maybe another person can create another google. these guys called you and been shapiro a nazi. aren't you two of the jewish faith? >> not only are we of the jewish faith, but we are active jews. he's an doxx jew, while i'm
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theologically orthodoxed, i don't practice as much as an orthodoxed jew. i have fought anti-semitism all my life. israel sent me into the soviet union to help smuggle out jews. i am writing a five-volume commentary on the torah and i'm a nazi? this is what the left does. this transcends google. ever since stall lynn. d ever since stalin. this was my field of study. this is what they do. they smear and defame opponents. that's all the left knows how to do. they never debate. they don't know how to argue. they only know how to smear.
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nazi is the final element and it means they are desperate. jesse: they can't persuade with logical arguments, they have to smear and defame. maybe you are boycotting google and use bing. whatever you are doing, they have a target on you. thank you very much. bringing aer university, i know you guys are fighting back hard. joe biden still flaunting his bromance with obama. why hasn't the former president endorsed joe? diamond and silk will react. the latest on the allegations of ilhan omar marrying her brother. we'll have the reporter here to explain.
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appointments available now. [♪] aishah: live from "america's news headquarters." i'm aishah hasnie. president trump issuing a sudden and surprise invitation in south korea. he says he's willing to meet kim jong-un at the dmz and shake his hand. he added he's even open to stepping over the borderline into north korea. we'll have special coverage of
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the president's visit to the dmz at eastern time. a setback for president trump's effort to fund a wall along the southern border. afederal judge is blocking the administration from using $2.5 billion in military funding to build sections of the border wall. the president says he's going to appeal. i'm aishah hasnie. now back to. "watters' world." jesse: the news coming from washington you won't hear about in the mainstream media. allegations congresswoman i will handle omar married her brother to circumvent immigration laws. newly released marriage licenses and tax returns raise a lot of questions.
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>> i will than, if i can get a moment your time. could you tell me why you filed illegal tax returns in 2014 and 2015? can you tell me definitively, is elmi your brother? is he your brother? foreign affairs, i'll go with you. >> can you tell me definitively yes or no, is he your brother? why can't you answer that question. why did you refer to him as your child uncle on instagram and lie on court documents saying you haven't seen him since 2011 when you have been talking to him all the time on instagram. >> this an ambush. >> why are you so afraid to answer these questions?
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jesse: joining me now to break it down. why do you think she wouldn't just say yes he's not my brother? >> the fact that she is being so evasive about the 2014-2015 tax returns, the evidence i found in minneapolis that she was living with her current husband she was divorced to while she was legally married and supposedly top almed, elmi. and documents that the two were living together. these are official state records i obtained from the head of the county courthouse. jesse: you are confirming through court documents and official records that thee indeed married her brother? >> no. the brother is more up in the air. the brother angle comes from a
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local news outlet. that was back in 2016. but since then the social media has been scrubbed. so reporters have no way of independently verifying their authenticity. in these screen shots, ahmed elmi does refer to himself and the uncle. and more disconcerting when she was dwoarlsd in 2017, under penalty of perjury she said she had no way of contacting elmi after the summer of 2011. but we obtained eviction record showing he was living a mile from her home a year after the summer of 2011. jesse: there is no way to
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confirm she married her brother, there is no way to save she didn't because she is scrubbing anything. she is not putting forth any family members to talk to the media to put this out. and the reason she would marry her brother was to what, help him with his immigration status? >> it would either be immigration purposes or financial benefits. because the two both attended north dakota state university and it seems it overlaps the time they were there and that would reduce tuition rates. but there was enough there there that the media should be asking questions. the fact -- i don't know about you, but if someone came up to you and ask, did you marry your sibling? would you not have your social security number and copies of your siblings birth certificates to prove you did not.
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jesse: i suppose the motivation is she was in a rough situation in somalia. she is studying here, she is trying to help her brother out. we are not saying it happened, but she is not providing any answers because there are a lot of suspicions. good job reporting this. somehow i think mayber in just not curious about it. thank you very much. >> thank you. jesse: dana perino and i sat down to gossip about one of your favorite fox news personalities. -excuse me. uh... do you mind...being a mo-tour? -what could be better than being a mo-tour?
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>> he does outnumbered, he does the five, he does "fox and friends." it's nonstop kilmeade, 24 hours a day. jesse: hannity has a point. kilmeade is always on the air. he has best sellers. he's a soccer coach, he's a husband and dad. our gossip queen, my co-host on the five and the host of the daily briefing, dana perino. look at his schedule. does it make you feel lazy? you work pretty hard. >> this guy works a lot harder than me. he gets up at 2:30 in the morning. jesse: i guess he doesn't shower. 0 minute later he's out the door. >> when he leaves the house he
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stops at a bodega to pick up the newspapers he wants. get his coffee. he has his routine. >> and he hosted this show, i think he's done the daily briefing. and at 5:00 a.m. he's on the radio doing affiliates. he's unstoppable this guy. jesse: do you think people are getting sick of him? maybe not. >> he has been doing this since 2006. i think we are overworking him. jesse: do you think he's getting paid well? >> i imagine so. he's so successful at fox news. jesse: he's got all these books. you know what he said to me when
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i said we -- we were going to gossip. he said as long as you talk about my appearances. >> florida, north carolina, alabama and texas. i know everyone will be excited to see him. but he has got a screw loose. who goes to these places in the summer. in the summer you go to michigan and minnesota. he probably need more an assistant because he has all this stuff going on. jesse: here are some of the highlights from "fox and friends." >> this is a complementary coffee. but somehow i paid $1.25. it's national hug a news person day. can you pick a number from 1 to 11. i'm going to ask you a question.
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>> number 3. >> we asked that one already. how about number 5. jesse: who let that snake in the building. the guy is unbelievable. i learned something else about him. our producer joey was hounding him about his personal life. he hates when people chew gum. >> he and i have that in common. i don't mind if they do it silently. >> i think it's noise for him. i learned something from laura bush. she did not like it when people chewed gum. so she would do minutes, not gum. so the producer of "the five," her first week she got in a car with brian, the first thing he
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said to her was you are going to have to stop chewing that gum. jesse: if you are ever on "fox and friends" and you are mad at brian, just chew gum. >> it's hard to say mad at brian for very long. greg gutfeld is right. greg gutfeld accused him of having a hair piece but that layer is real. each's a wonderful dad. he has two gigantic dogs. one of them was deaf. because the dog was deaf and had to learn sign language. they both had to learn sign language. jesse: those don't seem the kind of dogs kilmeade would have. he's a good soccer guy. the first time i did his radio
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show was during the world cup and i started making fun of soccer and calling it a isy sport. and he band me from the show for three years. so he holds a grudge just like gutfeld holds a grudge. ' i'm sure he'll remember. >> if you are going to come to me so i can do your tour, you go to the north in the summer and the south -- jesse: new video released of the jussie smollett case. diamond and silk y are up next. it's because we have thousands of people working hard to make our customers' experiences the best. it's because we have tens of thousands of cars ready to be delivered to your doorstep. and it's why hundreds of thousands of happy customers have ditched the dealership and bought their car online, earning us an average 4.7 stars in the process.
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jesse: jussie smollett back in the news as police release 16 hours of video from their investigation including showing smollett wearing a noose around his neck. ladies, if someone puts a noose around your neck, do you keep it on?
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it's like getting kidnapped, and you escape and you keep the ropes around your wrists. >> you are right, it doesn't make sense. this hate crime should be a hate crime in and of itself. jussie smollett should apologize to trump supporters. what happened to that subway sandwich? where is the evidence of the sandwich? we have to get to the bottom of it. jesse: maybe the bleach got on the sandwich and he thrift away. >> how did he know how to take off a rope somebody else put on him? jesse: if you are going to stage a hate crime, just pick one thing.
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you have the noose, believe, the threats about maga country. no one pours all the props into one hate crime it's beyond comprehension. trump making mischief as he likes to do in the democratic primary wondering why former president barack obama hasn't endorsed his vice president. president trump: how he doesn't get president obama to endorse him, there has to be a reason. they seemed to have gone the along. how president obama is not endorsing him is a big secret. he lies and says i asked the president not to endorse me. give me a break. jesse: the president likes to think maybe there is something going on upstairs with sold joe. maybe there is something going on that we don't know about,
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kind of a slick way to insinuate that joe is not as fresh as he used to be. >> i agree with the president of the united states, why hasn't obama endorsed biden. what's going on. when we look at the history of biden. maybe obama is probably embarrassed. listen, i think it's time for joe to go, go somewhere and sit down. i think he has his own ideas, no ideas. he's been in government for 50 years. if he can bow out gracefully he'll be okay. jesse: do you think kamala knocked him out? >> kamala put a dent. her past ain't squeaky clean. i don't know who is advising
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♪ ♪ jesse: time for a special last call. so long hard bod to a dad bod. a majority of women nationwide prefer a keg to a six pack. joining us, abby hornacek and carley shimkus. i think this gives guys the
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wrong impression. now they will be complacent. 65% of women think the dad bod is attractive. don't you want your guy to be -- this an excuse. >> i can't believe it was by planet fitness. i am not into the manicured guy thing. so i would take the extra 10-15 pound any day or somebody with spray tans. jesse: that is carley's. you were very generous. abby, that's where your style. they consider that a six pack. dad bod or six pack? >> i think our society is moving more toward body positive.
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i am more about the personality. jesse: that such a lie. that's what you want? >> you want that? is that what you want? >> 78% of people say confidence is king. four out of five people think when a guy has a dad bod that means he's confident in his own skin. jesse: wedding etiquette. no one knows what to do, what to wear, what how to act. one of the things that's hot is the wedding entrance. we heard you when you got married, you had and i elaborate entrance. >> we walked into the michigan fight song. jesse: is your husband from michigan? >> no, he's not.
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he's a huge football fan. he has been since he was five years old. jesse: does your husband have a dad bod even though he's not a dad that i know of? jesse: does he have confidence? >> sure does. jesse: wedding season is upon us. >> i always plan for my entrance. it's my claim to fame. it doesn't matter who's getting married. all that matters is your entrance. can you imagine. jesse: we all took a ride to work with you. some of this is good, some of it is not so good. here is a little part where you
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gave me a ride. let's listen. >> this guy does not want to let me in. have you seen this guy. i am going to shoot the gap. >> you are not driving as aggressively as we need you to go. you are only going to hit the crew car, you will be fine. he was not letting me in. he was speeding up. >> do you want to give him the finger? >> no. >> do you want me to? that guy looked really big in the car. we got little figurines. >> what are you doing with your hand? are you trying to pass somebody. jesse: i'm watters and this is my world. check out the ride on fog
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nation. be sure to follow me on facebook, i a gram and twitter. i'm watters and this is my world. [♪] judge jeanine: hello and welcome to justice. i'm judge jeanine pirro. thanks for being with us and thanks for keeping our treek going and making last -- our treek going and making -- our streak going and making justice number one all weekend long. joining me tonight, corey lewandowski, dan bongino, congressman devin nunes and charlie kirk as well. we'll go to seoul, south korea where the president will be holding a joint press conference with president moon tonight. but first mype


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