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dizzy, lost control before going into an embankment flying 140 feet through the air. no one was injured amazingly and finally the ugly. driver find $300 for driving with a foot of snow on the roof of his car. new hampshire state police pulling the car over when they saw the glacier and senate violate state law. have a great weekend. "fox and friends first" continues, goodbye. kim jong un fox news alert, 3 soldiers killed in a blackhawk maintenance crash. jillian: breaking details justin. democrats done playing nice as elizabeth warren takes on the party's rising star. >> wait until you see mayor pete's scathing response. >> hello, buddy.
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>> you can say it was a rough day for this little guy. >> the coast guard rescue caught on camera. "fox and friends first" continues right now. ♪ jillian: we are flailing our papers around here. a little energetic start to friday. rob: that is a topic for one day. jillian: giving up the guy. good morning, you are watching "fox and friends first" on friday morning.
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rob: no choice but to act. that is what nancy pelosi claims when announcing democrats will move forward with articles of impeachment. jillian: republicans demand their own opportunity to call witnesses. griff jenkins joins us live in washington with the possible next step. >> reporter: drafting articles of impeachment is on its way, the fourth time in history congress has taken such action, the judiciary committee entering evidence in the intelligence committee reported hearing on monday, abuse of power, bribery and obstruction. they will vote on them and send them to the rules committee and the house floor for a vote as republicans remain unified behind donald trump. kevin mccarthy quoting alexander hamilton in reaction. >> there will always be the greatest danger, the decision to use impeachment power would be driven bipartisan animosity instead of real demonstrations of innocence or guilt.
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>> reporter: a full house vote is expected to follow-on partisan lines. nancy pelosi was asked if this was about politics. >> if you wake up the day after election day 2020 and exit polls show impeaching donald trump help them get reelected would you have any regrets? >> now. this is not about politics at all. this is about patriotism. it is not about partisanship, it is about honoring our oath of office. >> reporter: mitch mcconnell begins preparing for a senate trial, the white house believes it has the best chance for a fair process, mcconnell blasting pelosi for failing to address critical issues like trade and prescription drugs. >> the speaker gave a speech on national television to push forward her rushed and partisan impeachment. not one word, not one word on the legislation the american people need.
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>> reporter: will we see that vote by christmas? tight deadline. what we are watching today's jerry nadler gave the white house until 5:00 pm today to cooperate. if they did it would likely push the vote into the new year. rob: we can analyze this in a few minutes, thanks so much. jillian: jerry nadler and adam schiff are keeping them out of the impeachment process by shutting down there with his request. rob: judge janine p roe says republicans should let it get to the senate since that is where the fireworks will really are up to. >> everyone assumes it will boom meringue and hurt them but the proof is in for fact they have this rush to judgment. why are they rushing? why are they not waiting for material witnesses, to give more insight. the people would have some information about this like john
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bolton or mick mulvaney. they don't want to wait for them. because they are losing. there is no smoking gun. nancy pelosi is like let's get this done and let's get this done right away. i hope they get it done right away and i hope they start a trial in the senate. you what a show, let's put on a show. >> reporter: republicans intend to call the whistleblower, the bidens and adam schiff to the stand. fox news alert, three soldiers dead after a blackhawk helicopter crashes in minnesota. >> my heart breaks for the family, friends and fellow soldiers who paid the ultimate price in service to the united
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states of america and minnesota. jillian: they were conducting a maintenance flight 20 minutes north of st. cloud. they had been flying for just nine minutes. investigators have not named the victims. the cause of the crash is not clear. pentagon sources telling fox news, 7000 troops could be sent to the middle east in response to growing threats from iran. the state department believes 1000 people have been killed by iranian security forces. >> it is something that is going to be a big scandal throughout the world, they are killing a lot of people and arresting thousands of their own citizens in a brutal crackdown in recent weeks. jillian: iran is accused of sending missiles to proxy forces in syria and yemen. rob: four people dead after an armed robbery leads to a wild police chase, two suspects ransacking a high end jewelry store for diamonds in the coral gables neighborhood of miami and hijacked that ups truck and took the driver hostage. it was the driver's first day
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alone on the job, the chase coming to a end at a busy intersection in broward county during rush hour, police using cars to shield themselves in an intense shootout most of which was caught on camera. both of the robbers, the ups driver and innocent bystander all killed in this in the fbi is investigating. the man facing charges in his wife's disappearance wants a gag order b reduced, his attorney says he should be allowed to speak out in defense of himself. doul doulosis charged with evidence tampering in response to his wife's disappearance. she has not been seen since may. jillian: michael bloomberg take swipes at donald trump after unveiling a sweeping gun control policy. >> donald trump seems to accept
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this violence and pain. there has to be something we can do about it. i will never back down from this fight. that is the kind of president this country needs and that you deserve. jillian: he is holding a rally in colorado where people were killed in a movie theater shooting in 2012. bloomberg is looking to ban permits for gun buyers at the white house position would draft gun violence. rob: the buttigieg campaign responding to comments from elizabeth warren about his closed-door fundraisers. >> mayor pete should open the door so anyone can come in and no one should be left to wonder what promises are being made to people who pony up big bucks. rob: people judge's campaign saying warren should reveal decades of tax returns for her work as a corporate lawyer.
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jillian: juul facing a new lawsuits, a kentucky school board suing juul over the teen vaping epidemic. a new cdc report finds 5 million middle and high school students use e-cigarettes. kim jong un stunning safety report from uber showing they received 3000 reports of sexual assault in 2018 which includes 235 reports of rape, an average of four per week. nine people were murdered during uber rides, 58 during uber crashes during that time. uber maintains these incidents are very rare and 99% are completely safe. the company provided 1.3 billion rides in 2018. jillian: donald trump brings holiday cheer to washington dc laying the national christmas tree.
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>> 3, 2, one. rob: it looks like a cone. it is very pretty. the president and first lady flipping the switch and turning on the lights, the president thanking the military keeping the nation safe and wish everybody a merry christmas. jillian: santa claus made an appearance. they typically don't look like that. rob: usually you can see the tree and it looks cone -. nancy pelosi taking the plunge on impeachment calling it her civic duty to try to remove donald trump. >> it is not about politics at all. this is about patriotism, not partisanship. it is about honoring our oath of office.
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jillian: and she state is not partisan when democrats still don't know what charge they are pursuing? congressman rick crawford sits on the house committee and joins us live next. rob: canceling christmas? a 7-year-old tradition was just ruined in north carolina. ♪
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>> if you wake up the day after election day 2020 and exit polls show impeaching donald trump helped him get reelected would you have any regrets? >> this isn't about politics at all. this is about patriotism. it is not about partisanship. it is about honoring our oath of office. jillian: democrats pushing forward to draft articles of impeachment announcing the house judiciary next hearing will layout ethics from the intelligence committee. rob: congressman rick crawford is on the committee and joined us, thanks for coming on today.
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democrats say the president abused power, use the weight of his office to get a political advantage and obstructed the investigation into it. what do you make of that? >> that is ironic that is what they are charging the president with giving adam schiff is doing the same thing. he is abusing his power to surveillance ella member of congress and to publish his personal information and details from phone calls he had no business surveilling and did the same thing to a member -- it is ironic to me he is so concerned about abuse of power of the president's parted has not taken any account for his own abuse of power. jillian: before we get to a response to the white house, we are curious if anyone we will hear from next week, do you think any of those people we hear from could have had any interaction or conversations with the whistleblower? >> i tell you who we need to be concerned with conversations with the was a blower and that is adam schiff himself and his
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staff. that will come out and that is why adam schiff is making such a deal about he doesn't want to testify before the senate. he complained about others, said he didn't want to testify before the house impeachment inquiry but he has taken the position he doesn't feel like he should be called to testify. this is such a rush. i listen to the audio with nancy pelosi talking about this wasn't political, it is exactly what it is, highly partisan, highly political, that is why they are moving with such speed. the president made this clear, this is happening to future presidents. if anyone is doing anything to report -- protect the republican is the president because he said bring it on, i want my day in court. rob: when i said abuse of power and what articles might look like, adam schiff doing the same thing. and what democrats say he didn't
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-- >> the reason i jumped over is there is no need to defend it, the president is clear he didn't do anything that rose to the level of impeachment, a big charade since the beginning and just can't cover up the fact they don't like the president, don't like the results the american people delivered in 2016 and about trying to change that results in selection night in november 2016. jillian: let's look at a response from stephanie grisham, quote, democrats should be ashamed, donald trump has done nothing but lead our country resulting in a booming economy, more jobs and a stronger military to name a few of his major accomplishments. we look forward to a fair trial in the senate. if it does go forward as it is right now, what do you think will happen when it gets to the senate? >> the democrats have no case
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but i expect this to be drawn out for an uncomfortable. go of time and nancy pelosi and company will regret this decision to speed forward with impeachment based on nothing but their disdain and dislike for the president. rob: we will see the horror with investigation looking into fisa abuse on monday and that could be a big day and you will hear from horwitz on wednesday. we expect to hear something like the fbi had some bad actors in it, and russian collusion. what do you make of that? what will you do with that? >> important to note the timing on this impeachment announcement, getting out in front of the horowitz reported interesting facts about the horowitz report and criminal referrals, the more interesting point is the durum report, once he is through with his, investigation. and during a criminal
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investigation, that is where we get the - and unfold here. jillian: thanks for joining us. rob: 18 after the hour. the racing history, taking drastic steps to cut ties with a family accused of fueling the opioid crisis in america. jillian: remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice. our next guest will be here with how you can help them. - [spokeswoman] meet the ninja foodi pressure cooker, the best of pressure cooking and air frying now in one pot, and with tendercrisp technology, you can cook foods that are crispy on the outside
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what are you doing back there, junior? since we're obviously lost, i'm rescheduling my xfinity customer service appointment. ah, relax. i got this. which gps are you using anyway? a little something called instinct.
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been using it for years. yeah, that's what i'm afraid of. he knows exactly where we're going. my whole body is a compass. oh boy... the my account app makes today's xfinity customer service simple, easy, awesome. not my thing. rob: the university cutting ties
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to the sachs family which owns purdue pharma. they began removing the name from the boston campus and will not accept any more donations from the family over concerns of their alleged role in the opioid crisis. the sackler family says this was based on unproven allegations. jillian: a christmas parade canceled over fears of protests. there are threats of violence over the inclusion of sons and daughters of confederacy. >> it is an unfortunate consequence of what happens when outside agitators make it known they will use local events to so hate and spark chaos. >> the town plans to resume the 70 year tradition next year. >> each december americans honor nations heroes through reefs
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across america. >> attribute to the sacrifices made by fallen servicemembers and their families and this year your help is needed to make sure all are remembered. >> you to a clean how to get involved is in paris kingsbury. thanks for coming on. we start with a primer of what you do and the story behind it. >> it is a national nonprofit, we are now up to 2100 locations in all 50 states. >> what does it mean to the families and you in particular? >> a passion project for me. i have three friends buried at arlington national cemetery. this is a passion project for me. to see an organization come together to help honor our fallen friends and servicemembers who paid the ultimate sacrifice means a lot to me.
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rob: there are tens of thousands of gravesites in the country that need attention from you guys every year. this is a huge project. tell us about the scope of it. how many fallen soldiers you honor and how many volunteers. >> it's a team effort. we have someone in maine who handles the day in and day out calls from patriots across the country. we are on track to place 2 billion reefs across the country and we will have 3 million volunteers helping us do that and we are proud of our volunteers a third of whom are children and our mission is to remember, honor and teach and with kids coming out that helps teach them service and sacrifice. jillian: people wonder how they can help, there is still time. >> a deadline for arlington national cemetery, december 11th, next wednesday and brings $15, anyone who would
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like to donate, donate on reefs across rob: you have a big announcement about someone going the extra mile. >> he has been with us for many years a tireless supporter, joseph mike subs. they will be matching all $15 donations to arlington national cemetery up to $150,000. today would be a great day to donate because your gift will be doubled. they are a very patriotic company. rob: and they have sandwiches. they make a good sandwich. we appreciate your time. jillian: it is 26 after the hour. joe biden loses his cool at a campaign stop. >> it is not true. no one ever said that.
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you see it on the tv. rob: in confrontation. the fiery confrontation and what that voter is saying about it this morning. ♪ give your family the chance to discover theirs this holiday season, with ancestry.
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>> a look at headline study with a fox news alert, three soldiers are dead after a blackhawk helicopter crashes in minnesota. they were 9 minutes into a maintenance flight 20 miles to the south, the cause of the crash is not yet known. >> another impeachment hearing on the horizon, house judiciary committee will gather monday to hear all information collected over the past few months. nancy pelosi announced democrats will proceed with articles of impeachment, a formal vote before christmas.
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jillian: the christmas tree will be lit up in wisconsin. lawmakers agreed to recognize the example as a christmas tree after it was announced last month it would because the capital holiday tree. rob: joe biden, the ukraine oil company, the former vice president slinging insults and slamming -- at a campaign event. jillian: joe biden is saying this. >> gorman was asking joe biden about getting his son hunter a job in ukraine when the former vp went off. >> your son over there. you are selling access to the president like he was. >> that is not true.
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>> i set up my son to work in an oil company. isn't that what you said? get your words straight. >> i'm not voting for you. >> i know you aren't, your too will old to vote. >> biden called gorman a liar too old to vote, challenged his iq and seemingly called him fat. he said the word facts, not fat. many people not buying that. after all that biden later admits it may not have looked so good for his son to have taken a high-paying job with a ukrainian gas company. what may have looked bad is different from whether the president held up $400 million in aid for the ukrainian military when ukrainians are dying, that is criminal. gorman who spoke to cbs news says he has no regrets about the
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heated exchange. >> i'm trying to bring out all of this. doesn't want to answer the hard stuff. >> he voted for obama last time. he will not be voting for biden. biden tried to laugh off his flash of anger arguing iowa is don't care about his son's business dealings. we will see. back to you. rob: that was some good fun on the campaign trail. jillian: a man accused of supporting ice is can spend 20 years behind bars. he posted a video on how to make a bomb and told an undercover fbi agent he wanted to help other isis supporters arm themselves with explosives. his mother says he is mentally ill and not dangerous.
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mexico's president speaking highly of his meeting with william barr tweeting good meeting with william barr. as a lawyer, the principles of development and cooperation and nonintervention policy. we can always work to gather. they met in mexico city about the growing threat of mexican drug cartels which donald trump considered designating as terrorist organizations. rob: kanye west and joel osteen are taking their message from the mega church to baseball's cathedral. kanye will join the pastor at his native hope event at yankee stadium in new york city. west appeared last month at lakewood church in houston, the wrapper will hold sunday services in cities across the country. a big part of his 2016 campaign promise. >> we are going to say merry
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christmas again. so merry christmas. rob: the president is doing that, announcing a merry christmas rally in michigan, address the crucial swing state on 18 december at the kellogg arena and battle creek, he won michigan by 10,000 votes in 2016. >> border patrol dropping the requirement for all travelers to get their faces scanned when entering or leaving the us, the proposal faced heavy backlash over privacy concerns. rob: tracy carrasco exchanges the backlash from this. >> some criticism from privacy advocates and lawmakers after homeland security said they wanted to require this for all us citizens when entering or leaving the united states. this was supposed to be optional. customs and border protection
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said there were concerns that if it were optional it would create longer lines so they are going back on this saying they are not going to be considering, in a statement they intend to have regulatory action, at the unified agenda next time it is published. rob: we are going to talk about legoland. >> then veiled a life-sized drivable -- made of 1 million lego pieces. it took 13,000 hours to design and create this. it goes to 300 mph but this can go 12 miles an hour. it does have real working lights, detachable steering wheel and working speedometer. it will be on display through the holidays. this was made with no glue. jillian: have you been to legoland? >> now. >> i have.
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it is in california. thanks so much, 36 after the hour. new cell phone tower spark fears of cancer. is the new 5g wireless network a health risk. doctor paul safire is here to set the record straight. jillian: back by popular demand, kfc's side item that makes your house smell like fried chicken and it is finger licking good. (contemplative synth music)
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- [narrator] forget about vacuuming for up to a month. shark iq robot deep-cleans and empties itself into a base you can empty once a month. and unlike standard robots that bounce around, it cleans row by row. if it's not a shark, it's just a robot. rob: the rob: the loan witness called by republicans at the big impeachment inquiry hearing says he is facing threats. jonathan turley revealing disturbing details in a new op-ed writing before i finished my testimony my home and office were inundated with messages and
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demands that i be fired from george washington university. in his testimony he said he didn't vote for donald trump, he cautioned lawmakers against rushing to impeach. new york city mayor bill diblasio is defending his homeless relocation program, newark, new jersey is suing over this program accusing new york city of sending people to live in run down buildings with mold and no heat. bill diblasio said it is a good program. >> we are paying for it. we are not saying we are dropping people off on the corner in the work, literally inspecting apartments, paying for apartments to get people to do this. >> the mayor says the program should not be shutdown. >> we have been talking about it and the next generation of
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wireless connection but if 5g roles across the country some are leery about potential health threats sounding the alarm over radiation exposure. should we be concerned? here to tell us what we need to know is doctor paul safire. good to see you. it is a concern. people see cell phone towers and you hear about this new 5g rolling out. give us the just of it. >> you hit the nail on the head. people see this as an ominous looking structure. there are concerns about getting cancer or having exposure. 5g, the new technology, a category of frequency and 4 g networks. what we hear about the electromagnetic field radiation,
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it is non-ionizing radiation, things like microwave, low electronics, cell phone technology, visible light, that does not cause cancer. and the ionizing radiation, x-rays, gamma rays, ultraviolet spectrum, anything above visible light is what damages the dna and ultimately can cause cancer. >> keep the graphic up if you can. looking at this you see nonionizing, you see everything on the right. is there a great area at all here? there should be concerned? >> we need research in all this. the research to date has not demonstrated any conclusive evidence, and cell phone technology.
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with that being said, we have an onus of responsibility to continue research, to monitor and make sure nothing that can cause cancer. the in tp stated there is a possibility of cancer-causing radiation but they have come short of saying it does cause cancer. >> more studies need to be done. wireless technology, the available scientific evidence does not support adverse health effects in humans due to exposure at or under current limits and the fcc chairman says 5g has potential to bring wireless networks that are more responsive and more secure and faster than today's networks, as residents of large urban areas,
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and we wanted to be faster but at the end of the day what is most important is we need it safe. >> safety his goal. we need to make sure we are delivering great products that not only just deliver on what they promise but are also safe and effective. >> of more research comes out we are calling you. thanks for joining us. >> santa claus is coming to town and todd pyro is getting in the holiday spirit. >> i'm a big christmas fan. >> christmas trees. >> a lot of nutcrackers. >> wait till you see this. todd joins us with a grand tour from the in at christmas place in tennessee. nice hat. first let's check in with pete hegseth for what is coming up on "fox and friends".
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>> reporter: if you challenge me for anything on the program, i am following the lead of joe biden. that is what you should do when challenged. >> how many think -- >> someone should call him out on it. let's see it. that is an idea. we have rhonda mcdaniel on this friday addition, dennis prager and the one and only rush limbaugh will be live as well. we are getting a firsthand look at the x fl ahead of their 2020 season. are you said when the season is over? there is more football coming. we will introduce you to the teams and their fresh new uniforms all on this friday. back to you. >> see you in a few minutes and we will be right back. these folks don't have time to go to the post office
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>> making a list and checking it twice ♪ >> we have a few weeks until santa comes to town. rob: i sent todd pyro to the in in tennessee where it is christmas all year round. is that right? >> you check with your sources, we can confirm christmas all year round. what is better than wearing a santa hat on national tv with serious stuff we have to deal with and that is at the in at christmas place. check it out. >> visiting the in at christmas
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place who better to give you a tour than the women of the. thank you for having us at your home. >> glad to have you. >> we check out this place. >> let's go. we are going to the nutcracker. we have two big christmas trees, a balcony, jacuzzi. >> there are a lot of nutcrackers. >> we have pictures decorating right now but in the month of december all kinds of activities for our guests. would you like to decorate a cookie? >> is the sugar? >> lots and lots of sugar. >> what is the best way to decorate a cookie? >> we do a lot of frosting here. you are doing very well. >> are you ready to see my christmas cookies? and award-winning cookie.
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>> one of the greatest things is you have christmas music 24/seven/365. right there with the guitar. good to meet you. >> would you like to sing a song with santa? this is your time. ♪ jingle bells shingle bells jingle all the way ♪ oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh ♪ how was that? >> how much do the kids that come here love watching santa pop out of what really is a cuckoo clock? >> you can't come down here anytime of day usually without there being a big crowd of people watching and waiting. >> what's the best part of working here? >> being with the children and seeing their joyful faces.
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not a creature was stirring not even a mouse. >> at the end of a day of merryman, merry christmas to all and to all a good night. >> you will notice before i had my hat on the nice side i was required to flip it around to the naughty side and there's a reason, they reviewed the raw footage we sent back earlier. there was a mistletoe. things got too real for tv. >> i am speechless. >> you are not going to get any presents this year. >> i wasn't getting any anyway. >> i'm not going to say another word. i know where this is going. anyway, switching gears a different kind of burn, the actress from the bike add feeling the backlash.
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♪ it's beginning to look a lot like christmas
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♪ everywhere you go there's a tree in the grand hotel. rob: ain't that pretty? jillian: it's so pretty. rob: and our red christmas lights. i like them. very different. jillian: as rob would call it a cone. rob: that's a tree. the one at the white house looks like a cone. tell topelton is responding to e viral backlash. >> a pelton? give it up. jillian: a man buying his exercise bike slammed as sexist. he couldn't believe it an array of malicious feedback that is all associated with my face. my friend texted me today klee clarg that i'm a symbol of patriarchy.
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rob: a lot of people weighing in on social media. it's hysterical people are condemning a if i can ticiousz dad fictitious family condemning a dad for a fictitious family for kin j why. >> people taking this ad way too far. actors are paid to voice and act different things. this was seemingly benign thing. jillian: maybe she asked for it: a dog was rescued after a rough day at sea. watch this. >> let's go, buddy. >> come on. come on. come on, pickup. >> coaspup.>> they were training offshore when they got the call. we don't know how the dog ended up there. rob: next the bad. your chris you'll lo yule log cd smell like fried chicken. apparently they smell these things.
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>> ugly and unappealing piece of art sold for $120,000 on the cover of "new york post" today. a grocery store banana duct taped to a wall. on display in miami. rob: so weird. bye. ♪ thursday i don't care about you ♪ friday i'm in love ♪ brian: i don't know if we are in love. in love with friday. it's been a very interesting week. ainsley: to say least. last few weeks. i don't understand the lyrics of that song you are only in love because it's friday? in love with the weekend or more in love with you yourself because it's friday? pete: i think it's just the last day of the workweek. brian: sings mtv got rid of


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