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honest candidacy she has going very, but that's all the time w have left for this evening. hope you set your dvr and never miss an episode. we will never be the media mob let not your hearts be troubled laura ingraham takes it home tonight very. >> i'm more a ingraham and this is "the ingraham angle." we have a fun show for you this friday night the press must've watched a completely different biden address earlier in the week. he will be shocked by their reactions to it, the most extreme and the most inane. we will bring you the worst in media plus, the return of our mystery guest series. here's your first clue. this person recently received a star at the hollywood hawk walk of fame. and update on the white house most dangerous resident. raymond arroyo haslett in frida
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follies. the go-getters versus the gloom gang. that's the focus of tonight's periods over the past 24 hours we've been just overwhelmed by your response to our red state trailblazers town hall in orlando last night for eight we had five gop governors who will join us for a wide ranging conversation about how they hav grown their economy, how they protected individual freedom, and how they beaten back the radical left dominating the democratic party. month then of them had waited for washington's permission to open their businesses or lift their mask mandates. and none of them are cowed by the woke mob blm or the gender fluidity crowd. there all happy warriors. >> they knew it was for their employees, great for their
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workers, great for the staff, great for their vision of what they wanted to achieve as a business. >> we need to encourage people to step up, do the right thing, and fight back. >> we are fighting back in florida. i'm going to sign a bill that will hold them accountable. it will allow you to sue big tech if they censor you. >> now contrast that with the democrats very dark vision of america. >> tonight, i come to talk abou crisis, the worst pandemic in a century. the worst economic crisis since the great depression. the worst attack on our democracy since the civil war. waiting for a box of food to be put in their trunk. more than 400,000 schools and childcare centers have pipes
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with lead in them. >> while wow, so uplifting. it chalking mark people didn't tune in for such an inspiring message. >> we have to come together through that systemic racism in our criminal justice system we have a chance to root out systemic racism that plagues america. >> plagues american life? the governors of florida, and texas, to rfr most diverse states beg to differ. >> that's a bunch of horsemen newer. give me a break. this country has had more opportunity for more people tha any country in the history of the world. it doesn't matter where you trace your ancestry from. use race to divide and then attack each other and it's wrong . >> texas is a land of opportunity for everybody and w want to unite everybody, not divide people. >> today's democrat party it's so left it's left america. it tolerates mass illegal immigration. and seeks any and all violence
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from law-abiding citizens for a least what they did to senators tim scott on twitter this week. i thought they were being cute with their own their #. but they just revealed once again how sick, twisted, and anti- american they become. >> it seems like many people in the democrat party it's not jus the far left, many people are putting down america day in and day out right it's almost as if they want to act as if there is not this thing called the american dream and they are absolutely wrong. give the truth is today's democrats despise our political system. they hate the way most american live and they revile our histor and our traditions. when biden talks about creating opportunity, he is talking abou the opportunity for big government to grow bigger by taking more of your money and more of your freedom.
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for the gop governors, opportunity means job creation in the private sector, one that is freed from the endless red tape. >> texas is ranked number one i the nation for black owned business job creation for black women owned knob creation. for hispanic owned business creation. >> in order to become the job creators, kids have to be in school. they have to be learning, they have to be playing sports and having a normal life. americans also just need to be together and not shut away from one another. at least that's what the republicans fought for. >> remember when president bide got on the air and said we want everybody to be playing sports again. unlike we were doing that last summer. we want people to gather forth fourth of july. he is completely out of touch with what's going on in our state. he does not know what's going on
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. >> we warned you a year ago the democrats would seek to use the pandemic to keep us in a continual crisis mode. then of course that crisis of the pandemic just rolled into the next crisis. the systemic racism crisis, the climate crisis, hawaii just declared a climate emergency yesterday. so these perpetual are just use to justify the left brazen efforts to take more of our money and more of our liberty. that's how the game always goes. the only real crisis that america suffers from today are those that are created by them, the democrats. the voter crisis. or the education crisis or the crisis of rising crime. if texas in florida, and the other red states have followed new york and california lead a year ago, america has economy would be in the dumps, just lik europe. this is a headline out of germany today where they are
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implementing once again more pandemic restrictions. meanwhile, our first real gdp number that just came out, 6.4 percent growth. that is truly astounding. and of course biden is trying t claim credit it's all his doing but he deserves exactly zero credit for today's booming economy. it was all the doing of donald trump, the red state governors, and the american people who rejected the doomsayers and stuck with first principles. they trusted their own constituents over the so-called experts who wanted us mask up and afraid for as long as possible. if biden had been president, just a year ago, if he had been president, all of america would look like michigan. feeling, miserable, and pessimistic. let's not forget how they saw this whole thing unfolding abou a year ago at this time. they were saying that we might
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not recover from this pandemic economically for decades. but what the story of the past year really reveals is that americans can't be held down or held back by washington for ver long. the democrats won the election by selling biden as a moderate democrat, but now, now, the voters are beginning to see wha they really got. they got an elderly hostage to the far left. they have gone from, yes we can to biden's, yes were racist. this deeply cynical view means that they can only occupy america. they can't really govern them. what a depressing world they want to foist on us. my friends, optimism beats pessimism any day of the week. by next year, a lot of those suburban women who voted for aydin are going to think this doom and gloom social distancin act of the democrats has gotten really old. in there going to be looking fo
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a brighter vision. >> i think all these governors are doing it right and we will have a resurgence of freedom in this country in 2020 to i think is going to be a great year for us for it. >> last night we saw what a pro american government looks like at the state level. it was all about joy, success, love of country, and freedom. and that is the angle. joining me now is cofounder and publisher of the federalist and fox news contributor, also matt wells, host of the matt walsh podcast. then, how much longer can pelos hang onto this razor thin house majority when the red states ar obviously leading us to an economic post pandemic boom at least in the short term before luke knows what happens under biden. >> i have to compliment you for that opening because i think that was an eloquent monologue
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that really frames the question very clearly for us all, look, this is a situation that these octogenarians are white knuckling hit to the end, they are trying to push through everything they possibly can while they can in the face of a impending doom command that the anticipate because we looked at this midterm is being the kind of thing that anyone with the political brain can understand is going to lead to a lot of republican success and conservative success. because of that, pelosi and schumer and biden are trying to just jam through as much leftis policy as they can in a very short timeframe. because of that, we are seeing how crazy it is. how over-the-top it is. how ridiculous it is and frankl how anti-american it is spread. >> that's kind of what biden said today about the border. he was on with craig melvin.
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he wants to ride the wave of enthusiasm for his speech to th joint session of 200 people thi week, so he gave the interview to push the spending plan and this is what he said about the border. >> 170,000 people, migrant at the ford repair prayer that's a 20 year record. >> look, it's way down now. we've now gotten controlled. they didn't have beds that were available. they didn't plan for the overflow. there is a significant change right now. >> we didn't have the beds because we didn't need the beds we have 25,000 kids in custody right now tonight, it's a crime what they are doing right now a the border that was a disgustin answer. i'm sorry and being injudicious perhaps in saying that with it, but that just galls me. >> it is a disgusting answer an we get a lot of that from the biden administration. i agree with you, listening to
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the speech a few nights ago. i have to confess i'm not much of an optimist myself, but i'm listening to that thinking dude cheer up a little bit. my worry is he gets away with lying, disgusting like he just did because he's got the media on his side, but also, that speech was part of the radicals between furd from the president in that setting that but the wa he comes across is so sort of boring it just put you to sleep. and i think this really don't get the sense if you're not paying attention that what he's doing is radical. you have to pay attention and it's hard to pay attention. that's what one of my concerns would be coming he literally walls everyone to sleep and that's how they ran through the agenda. >> when i was with these governors last night, they have kim reynolds from my what was one of the first too push schools to open, she took on th teachers unions, the superintendent into mine, these are liberal radical bear they'r
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all after her now. and then you have a habit who's done gangbusters in texas with the open border down there, still doing incredible stuff ye to santos, kate reed's of mississippi. they had a tough go of it, and obviously you had tickets to nebraska. these fees are strong optimisti forward-looking leaders and the just looked at me and said washington does not understand the way the real world works an they almost tune out washington to the extent that they can. >> this is something laura you have been on for your entire career and it's something very true about america. we have a situation in america where the people who govern best , govern closest to the people. washington is at a total distance from the people. not just the elected politicians , but people like anthony fauci and people just completely unrelated to the reality of what was going on.
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you talked about that and the open, the idea that people aren't getting together. there are people, i've been invited to three different cinco de mayo parties, they're not waiting for permission in order to gather together and celebrate and have a few beers together. it's one of these things where they act as if they are in control, but the reality just defies them. i think that something that is good in america and that we should encourage and i think in these coming weeks and months, we will see more and more of it as we see that instance increased between what we hear from our government officials and what people are doing in their own lives. >> matt, i have to play biden still resisting the actual trut about masks, so he's on this morning again after saying mask for 100 days freighter member that, we're going to wear masks for 100 days. this is what he said today.
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you and i took our mask off whe i came in. look at the distance we are. if we were talking close, i would have my mask on and you would have your mask on even though we've both been vaccinated. it's a small precaution to take that has a profound impact. it's a patriotic responsibility for god sake. >> it's his security blanket at this point, just holding that mask? >> i have compared it to someon walking outside with a mask it' almost like a pacifier and a teddy bear walking down the street. they will tell you that, it makes them feel better, but i worry about that psychologicall people are defending these masks , outside especially if they're vaccinated they don't meet at all. i worry that people's brains have been warped by people like joe biden who have scared them half to death. >> he just looks ridiculous. >> she loves her pacifier, she loves her teddy bear, so i
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completely agree. >> you guys have beards, can't you just say that counts at thi point, just the beards? no mask, just beards on men. gentlemen, great to see you tonight per last night they rea straight to trailblazers tell you how they help small businesses thrive during the pandemic. the blue states made life worse for small business owners for i in california things are dire. my next guest says he can't eve find people who are willing to show up at the restaurant and it's not because they're afraid of covid. the owner of the restaurant, andrew, i have heard this from other restaurant tours, and it' really bad. here in minneapolis where we ar tonight, they have been decimated. they can't get people to show up , it's really hard to run these restaurants the ones that are in business, what are you going to do?
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what's happening? >> it is everywhere, not just i southern california or california, the entire labor market is dry. some states are doing better because they've kind of stimulated that environment earlier on. what i figured from talking wit applicants and previous employees and contemporaries. there is three reasons behind this very first and foremost they are saying let me just kin of wait this out. i understand that to some degre because a lot of people don't know if the restaurant will be shut down. we just have to open, and it's that simple. we have to decrease the amount of unemployment benefits were giving because there isn't a requirement you look for work, have some employees i know you are even double dipping because they're not checking. here in california they misappropriated so much money the system is broken anyway so
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now they're just doling it out as they get it in. the whole system right now is a little bit broken especially in places like california. >> a little bit broken. now that joe biden wants to expand unemployment benefits. it's not getting back to basics open up the economy, people wan to go out there going to go to the restaurants, they want to have fun and be with each other. a lot of them feel safer now an they are safer. it's about pulling back government overreach. if we don't do that, people are going to double and triple dip right i know people who are lik we've got unemployment rate is at aren't you working. yet, i'm working, but it's temporary. like you kidding me? >> of course. in the fatal flaw of actually looking at my twitter comments and realizing this has suddenly become a class warfare, everybody is pointing at me and saying you're exploiting your workers coming in not paying them enough. we're offering 20-$25 an hour
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for dishwashers and cooks right now. we've increase that because we've gone up where the demand has gone up, right? and i'm the bad guy. that's 50-75 percent above minimum wage, where do we stop? >> what is your business had at today compared to pre- pandemic? >> it's all over the place. some of our restaurants we are only open five days a week because we don't have enough employees. some of our other other businesses, sales are up, but w don't have the the employees were paying a ton of overtime. >> andrew, thank you for sounding the alarm on this. this just cannot continue. it's been a possible business climate long term for this country. we are closer to revealing tonight's mystery guest? wine as in cabernet, not wine a in complain. the tape you don't want to mix
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>> it easy to become to media bias. we're keeping track of the wors offenders of the week. chris bedford senior at the
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panelist. let's begin with how the media are spinning biden's rather bizarre habit of whispering ver softly. >> his use of voice modulation was extraordinary given the television era. >> that kind of grandfatherly whispery voice let that really land. >> that intimacy. i'm sure you felt it personally. did that land the speech for you ? >> i couldn't believe it first when he opened up how much energy he seemed to have becaus it wasn't like him to usually have that, and then whatever burst of energy he had were off and suddenly i felt like i was being pulled to sleep. it wasn't the energy i expected at all by the state of the union . a friend of mine his got a youn kid said it was exactly the kin of tone of voice he uses when he's reading them to bed at night and realizes they fallen asleep and then he slowly sneaking out the door hoping he
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doesn't disturb them. if you looked up in the balcony you saw ted cruz who kinda look like they kid pretending to be asleep just so the parents woul leave. it was not an uplifting speech pretty cute lisa, i'm watching this and thinking i can't believe 1 million people watch this, what was it, 11 million? 11 million people that will never get that hour and 20 minutes back. >> it's all been stolen from us that hour of life was stolen from us and we were all senator ted cruz they they're basically following asleep. am not going to lie, i will tak the creepy whispering over the creepy hair sniffing and inappropriate touching that we all saw throughout the obama administration during the swearing in ceremony. sorry, we all saw it happen. next, here is the one msnbc guest tried to pre- spin. >> 's brilliance is in some way
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that he is kind of boring and h doesn't excite a great many people. now, that's now a benefit to be boring, but kids, that's not all . >> every single sentence had a very clear point to it. and every line of it had that biden humility in that. >> it was sweeping, it was optimistic. >> he's really trying to bring the country together. >> it was a make america feel good night. >> lisa, i've seen a lot of media of bonding and that is state run media. >> or i come up where basically china or north korea here, we don't have a media. but did it really matter what joe biden said or even the delivery? we already knew what they were going to say and how they were going to spin this. the fact checker had been on vacation over the past 500 days parade think up all the lies he told on wednesday night including zane january 6 was th
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worst attack on our democracy since the civil war. may be pearl harbor, may be 9/11 ? but it doesn't matter because this guy gets away with everything because they are all on team biden. they're all just a bunch of propaganda. now, the media's response to th rejection of systemic racism, this was particularly disgustin carried watch. >> we live in a country with systemic racism. tim scott does not acknowledge this. it's appalling. >> i thought he did himself a disservice. >> when secretary of transportation can say we literally have racism baked int our highway system i don't thin scott is in much of a position to criticize them. >> wait a second, south bend indiana things we have racism i the interstate highway system s
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he's the authority on racism, not the black senator from sout carolina? >> how dare anybody forget abou the senator tim scott his got a very thick skin and very courageous we're going up there and giving that speech. a response it can be a politica person time for people are mocked and attacked fort for years to come. he did not do that he gave an uplifting message that was really well received, but even worse than that, the left couldn't keep themselves behave during that time they let out what was in their heart of hearts which is that he's not allowed to be black because he didn't vote for joe biden. words that are banned basically from children's libraries because they have censored uncl tom's cabin and then you see twitter trying to promote this. that's a really wild reaction and i think it showed exactly who they were. >> lisa, the worst thing for th media is to have a minority citizen in america, black, of
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color,, as a conservative, heaven forbid they voted for trump. they just have to be crucified. >> i guess joy thanks because she is dressed in black face before that she can somehow be leader on this issue. senator tim scott made a deeply personal point in the fact that he thinks racism from the left, he says he's been called an uncle tom, derogatory terms and what does the left do, they say hold my beer, let's go prove this man right by giving gettin it trending on social media. the left say that they purport to say there about women, they purport to say there about the lgbtq communities until you don't subscribe to their libera dogma and they tried to beat yo into submission so they're not about any of these things. >> he was incredibly courageous and it was a terrific response and great to see you both.
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have a wonderful weekend. >> thanks, laura. >> the most dangerous biden is back in the white house and he' getting sister? why is joe so afraid all of the time. raymond royal unpacks it all. seed alone for full, green grass. everything else just seems... slow. it's lawn season. let's get to the yard.
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>> welcome to fox news live. u.s. will restrict travel from india starting on tuesday. the white house citing india's huge job in covid 19 cases and the emergence of a potentially dangerous variance. the decision was made on guidance from the cbbc and the u.s. will extend mask requirements on all public transportation passed may 11. it will now last until at least september 13th. three colorado officers involve in the arrest of a woman with dementia have resigned. body cam officer show pushing for 73 -year-old to the ground. the woman has filed a lawsuit that so she dislocated her
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shoulder during the arrest and she did not receive medical car for about six hours after being taken to the county jail. now back to "the ingraham angle." your watching fox news channel. >> it's friday and that means it's time for friday follies. and, for that way to to raymond arroyo. last night, orlando, tonight minneapolis, but you're in new orleans. how does it all work? alright, there were some on displays from the white house crew that caught your attention. >> that's right, look. it seems as if spring has unleashed the romantic and everyone. me all of us living long enough to get the reaction that kamala harris got from her react husband when she appeared befor biden's joint address to
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congress. watch. now, either he is the most slaphappy lovesick romantic ever , or the most insecure spouse in dc. what ever that case, she can se you, you don't need to do a whole mime act of devotion and all of that. when you have to work that hard after many years of marriage, something is wrong. we need to call doctor philbric can you invite doctor phil into explain this to me. i don't mind the affection, but the gratuitous nest, we just don't care and we don't need to see it. >> get a room as i would say. >> a big empty one apparently. >> it was a very romantic setting with the 200 people
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nodding off in the room. we have cupit also struck joe biden this week out to what was it, marine one? ♪ it was a sweet gesture, laura, even if it was a vliet may be the poor man didn't know. at least he didn't try to pick lemon off of jill's dress. it remind me of that touching movie moment when frankenstein shares daisies with the little girl by the lake. he was a bit confused too, and so apparently was the media thi week. abc, the hill, all fawned over this moment. loiters put it this way, ever the romantic, president biden picked a dandelion from the grass and presented it to first lady jill biden. i'm glad they're in love, and hope they're in love, my proble
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is the media attention to this because what this really is his heartwarming filler so they don't have to cover $6 trillion of proposed spending, $480 billion that's hardly romantic and we haven't even touched on the $80 billion to the irs to try to get more taxe from people. this is not a good day. >> raymond, there was a related issue. remember, during abominably called it razzle-dazzle when they had the date night or ther romantic moment in the driveway. trump and could be making out and the rose garden and they'd be like that's nothing. >> a full moon that night. this should offset of bells for you because this story that we saw today, again, it's about distracting people and you had the worst in media earlier this may have been the best this week
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. nbc is keeping those important narratives in the forefront of people's minds when it comes to biden, watch. >> there's a question millions of americans have been wonderin for a number of weeks now. major. the first dog. >> we were going to bring him i to see you. is he back at the white house? >> he is. he's such a sweet lovable dog. >> he is waiting in the wings. she is waiting in the wings 50 keep major biden has had some trouble adjusting to life at th white house now he's going to b forced to contend with a cap as well. >> that was part of his training . part of his training. we had socks the cat, then we had both a dog with the obama's and that we have major and cham with the bidens, these are shin objects to distract you from what's really going on. the dog may not be the only member of the biden household
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who has been trained, listen to these two admissions from the president this week. ♪ >> and looking for my mask. i'm in trouble. >> their suffering. >> i'm sorry, this is the last question i'm going to take. >> laura, he is the president o the united states, why is he in trouble for talking to reporter and losing a mask? this lends credibility to the position that the staff is running the presidency. it's not only wrong, it's cruel. >> raymond, did he ever find th mask? >> s. he found it at list. it was hidden in his binder for that he didn't get in trouble h probably got an extra dying the line or two from the white hous core. >> it seems like major was
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limping in one of those videos. it seem like he had decided lim on one side of major. if they're going to go on this story, go all in great want the low down on the training. the bite marks. great to see you in orlando as well. the moment of truth is almost here, the identity of tonight's mystery guest. here is your final clue, they are related to the jungle book author. the big reveal is next. on a regular basis for at least eight years. for me, the greatest benefit over the years has been that prevagen seems to help me recall things and also think more clearly. and i enthusiastically recommend prevagen. it has helped me an awful lot. prevagen. healthier brain. better life.
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>> we have been giving you hint throughout the shell and it's finally time to find out who ou mystery guest is. let's review the clues, just received a star on the hollywoo walk of fame. number two, wine, as in caberne and then finally number three commit related to jungle book offer author robert kipling. mystery guest, reveal yourself. it's kathy lee gifford. >> it's so great to see you. i don't think i've seen you since i was on the today show when we were in makeup. i don't even know how long ago
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that was great ten years? look the same. guess what, i'm in diapers again . it's been too long. >> it's a great to see you. i want to get to one of the funniest things i learned about you. that you were a singer on name that tune, the old game show, which i loved. how many songs did you have to learn for that? >> 200 songs in five days. but when you're young and hungry , you can do anything straight 200 songs in five days and i did the entire season in couple of weeks great i never made one mistake crate i could never do that now. >> so you could name that tune in for notes, three notes, seve notes? >> i was a la la lady, so i was the one that would get the clouseau i would say okay, here's the song and i would say give me time meter and to bars of something.
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they would say born for a. >> born free, that movie. you're longtime friend passed away last july, regis fellman. he said the years he spent with you were the best years in television. tell us about the first time yo met him. >> we did not have an auspiciou first meeting. it was the westside of new york and there was nobody around. i was walking up time he was walking downtown. i was always a huge fan of regi because every time i was watching him he was doing something stupid, but it was hysterical or he was doing
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something that nobody had done before, but he always seemed fearless to me and he always seemed to really love his audience. nothing was ever done in a noa to be offensive. don rickles was one of his best friends, one of the sweetest in the world in real life right regis was every man, he just wa and he had the greatest attitud he just couldn't believe that out of all the people this planet, he got to be regis. and in a way, he that it broke my heart because i they had moved to california and for the most part and of course there was covid at that time and i hadn't seen them in months i wa in la and i saw him get out of the car and walked towards my house and i said oh, this is going to be the last time i see my friend i just knew it. but we picked up right where we did before and we laughed, and the great thing about it is i'v
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will always cherish, we became great friends when we work together for 15 years, but afte i left the show, for the next 2 years, we were much deeper friends for a. >> it's time for a little thing we do called this or that right it's right up your alley. i'm going to name two things an you have to just pick whichever you like better. we're going to try to get through as many as we can. we start now. cabernet or chardonnay. >> chardonnay. >> rose all day or rose no way. >> rose half the day. >> filming tv or filming movies? >> filming movies. >> writing books or songs. >> songs. >> connecticut or tennessee? >> i still love both, thank god. >> better costar, sharks or hoda . >> would have. but she also did emmy award on the door the star on the
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hollywood walk of fame. for emmys, thank you lord, and frank when he found out i was being nominated for that he sai aren't you on that already? >> what happened to that the way ? >> he should have been on that ten or 15 years ago. >> that's the world i live in. we been around we've survived the critics and you haven't bee scandalized so badly that peopl cancel you, i am just still her and they don't know what to do with me. >> kathy lee, i'm coming to nashville and i'm hanging out with you and were definitely having wine. to get the whole is moving here. you'll love the taxes. >> great to see you, thank you so much. >> god bless, thanks for having me. >> a lot more of my conversatio with kathy lee go to fox nation
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.com right now after the show and watch the full interview. when we come back, in exclusive interview i will tell you about for monday that will reveal terrifying government overreach. all tell you about it next. find more ways to grow at miracle-gro.com.
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>> among the many thousands of trump supporters who peacefully rallies in dc i didn't read six they say they never took part i any rioting or even entered the capital building. you can imagine their surprise when just days ago, they were awakened by fbi agent breaking down their front door with grou guns drawn. with the alleged crime, stealin nancy pelosi's laptop during th capital riot? i kid you not. both paul and marilyn will be here exclusively on monday to tell us more about this nightmarish experience. that's all the time we have tonight. we had a great week end kudos
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again to the five governors who showed up for our town hall las night. they showed the country that possible positive optimistic look at the future is what people are looking for. >> there are these rumors that the first family was considerin adopting a cat. >> oh yes, that is true. he is waiting in the wings. she is waiting in the wings. >> he doesn't know what a cat is . keep clapping, what your problem . the thing about rebellion, much like doing whippets, it's only fun and small

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