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over legislate and take advantage of the situation. the thing is people helping me conservatorships. i just don't believe that britney does. >> i apologize. among the first to get jamie spears off his daughters back. that will do it. >> hello, everyone. it is 5:00 in new york city. so president biden is kicking o this scene and enjoying vacation . problems pile up at home and overseas. inflation is running rampant an gas prices in pretty much everything -- the disaster at the border is getting worse. and this setting new records an the press secretary said but he
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probably thinks about situation. [indiscernible] afghanistan is unraveling. the taliban has taken over. tray by the hour. the pentagon said that the grou is trying to isolate the capita of kabul. the city could fall as soon as tomorrow. this is the opposite of what th president said in july. >> there's going to be no circumstance you'll see people getting lifted off the roof of embassy of the united states from afghanistan. it is not at all common. the likelihood is there's going to be the taliban and overrunning everything and owning the home country. >> jessica, is this the proper time to go on vacation?
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there's so many crisis is. this is the right? >> i little research and advantage so i would come prepared before we went into it. this is something a problem tha happened to every president. president biden played golf 25 times. or unemployment soared. with the afghanistan situation of all of the things that he lift off at their is most deepl troubling and i think especiall to president biden considering the role that he played on the senate foreign relations committee when he was in the senate and then vice president as well. i think it is telling when you see the reaction now. molly montgomery tweeted and then deleted that she woke up a the heavy heart thinking of the afghan women and girls, that they work so hard to create a thriving civil society and have them prosper in afghanistan. that's feeling when the sticks
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out to meet us as you should be close to home for this. but generally i think he's goin to be on the phone the entire phone at camp david. i don't think is going to be ignoring the fact that this is going on in afghanistan. >> i think it is problematic when you have a tax going on right now and certainly -- >> if kabul falls, it will not look great. >> get rid of all the important documents because they could come at our embassy. i think that's a bad optic spot. i want to click you because the border is out of control. this audio is something we knew to be true already but they're just admitting it right now. >> that was leaked audio. >> in general but we're seeing -- i didn't know anything about th leaked audio. anyway, right now we have inflation, crime, afghanistan, gas shortages. we are putting in the 1970s. we are living in a reboot of
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that 72 and bought joe biden is one of the time travelers of th world but he brought us back to the more stick it ever. our talking about afghanistan. this was the hardest topic to talk about because we haven't been talking about it. i've not talked about afghanistan on the show or in a reoccurring segment for probabl five years. so for me to express some kind of passion or expertise about pulling up, i can't do that because there's something about that. i thought -- in that going to pretend to being be engaged in this. so what is that say that we haven't talked about it? i guess what it says at that ou troops have been such an amazin job that we stopped talking about it. it became a forgotten war. we just went on with our lives. now we have to pull out and now we are being reminded from the pull out that the taliban and are still monsters. they're still bad people, but
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for the last five years or ten years, we've done such a great job that we don't hear about that as much. so it is a tribute to the troop that we just forgot about this. what we do next? else have a question about how is this possible. how is the taliban still able t -- shall they be decimated which i know is only 10%? shouldn't the help and be down to a very small group of people over 20 years? >> i have a very close source t me who wasn't afghan war veteran , my husband. and he has been upset about thi because we spent a billion dollars training afghan soldier and 20 years later it falls apart within a month anything when he prepared 12 years ago, he would say to himself this is working. but you doing here is up workin documents, and from 19 and a lo of people at the talks they kne this would happen as soon as we left and they're not making
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long-term progress. if this was a building all thes lives were lost, there would be an investigation, but here, people who are in charge of, officials are being promoted through a couple reason there's no accountability. he's really upset about it and passion about it. he lost classmates in afghanistan. others were seriously hurt, not to mention mental problems like ptsd that are also very serious. i think the needs to be some accountability here. this kind of money in this kind of lives lost this many years and it falls within a month. at all plays and the whole military industrial complex. >> so let's unpack that bag. you are never going to defeat terrorism at large. original mission was to go out there and get the bad guys that harmed us. the taliban is going to go into another organization and they were going to try to nation build and build schools and the mission changed from getting people that attacked to buildin the country.
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>> it was held basket of the pull of happen. so many people want that our troops out of s -- out of afghanistan, but they cu and run, how bad can we get pulled out in the middle of the night. we basically pulled the air support, we pulled the air support and the private contractors and listen to this that, the contractors now are having zoom calls to assist wil there flying from middle east. so it has been an utter disaste in terms of the speed with whic we pulled out and didn't think about the women and the teacher and that children who were bein and enslaved or murdered. so that is the bigger problem. can i generally talk about biden
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? he was elected because the adults are supposed to be in charge. now the adults are in hiding. where is the guy. i know that it must be exhausting setting america back four to five years in several months if he needs to get a map. what america needs right now is somebody to step up with a coherent speech to speak to the american people about the direction of the nation oversea and here at home for the downward spiral. >> she was great at the border, kamala harris. >> where is she? >> my point is that of a type h gets up the -- the american people, it seems like he has eaten a few benadryl . these people are not competent of what he's doing. what is even worse or more horrible is the media. the media is on a permanent vacation with this guy. you have consumer confidence today fell to the lowest level in ten years. real wages have fallen every
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month since biden took office. we will for dancing in the streets that were so excited an everything was going to be great . [indiscernible] >> clearly this is a tribute to donald trump. you realize you've made a mistake. it's okay. by the way, when trump is the institute of this president -- >> i think that is starting to close at home. talking about a bipartisan infrastructure deal -- >> it's already falling apart. because of the film people, jessica. i say you've got to send us the $3.5 trillion bill, which peopl are backing away from because inflation is spiking and he's
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florida governor ron desantis upping the ante with this battl but the white house over mask mandates. this time accusing president biden of crossing the line and clamping down on freedom. >> they are basically saying that we are all just subservien to medical authoritarianism. whatever they think needs to be done, we have to submit to it. that is probably, tucker, the most significant threat to freedom in my lifetime, certainly since the fall of the berwyn ball. they have this obsession with
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florida. obviously we are hounding them to overreach and are proud to d that. >> playing out well and forcing new mandates. fell about enforcing all employees to be double masked starting next month and the accident restaurant sounding th alarm about being forced becaus the vaccination police for the customers. resident libertarian at the table -- >> of that company today. >> is this the greatest assault on freedom since the fall of th berwyn berlin wall are we talking cable news hyperbole. >> this is the fact that a lot of people in power are admittin to what they believe. it is not just exclusively the democrats. as well of republican governor doing the same thing. but especially when we have arnold schwarzenegger saying th silently out loud. we don't care with your freedom. you do it we tell you to do it. just get the vaccine and put a
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on. time after time to continue to tell you that there is science that supports this. that's obviously not true because of her time they call them on the signed, they cannot provide it. especially when it comes to the mask of the children. they continue to cite this. >> this is okay. the reason they got by with tha for so long because the narrative was these were just republican conservative, white voters to believe this way. lowell galindo hold. if they were talking to black folks because a lot of black folks are troubled by the vaccines because they don't believe in the government did something wrong at tuskegee and all those kids of today, the ne york times that only 20% of young black people are vaccinated in the cities all th black kids aren't allowed in th stores and restaurants now. it is a terrible strategy. i'm in with this. they're going to pay at the ballot box when it is all said and done. the one number that joe biden
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has dropped with is ten points with covid. i will be cautious on this issue . i do think it is a little sketchy that the cdc said that they just happen to mix of the numbers in florida because they were fighting with ron desantis. it was doubled what they reported. a lot of trouble things happened . >> there is no science to back this up. i know that there's been flip lock being on the vaccine itsel and that it protects people and if you are going to get covid commute going to get a mild cas brother the end up on a ventilator in the hospital. >> i got the vaccine. i encourage other people to get the vaccine, talk to your doctor . also every now and then i like to step back and get a birds ey view. imagined this two years ago and you're seeing is all sitting here debating about whether or not the government should have the right to tell private businesses that they need to
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require certain medical documents from their patrons in order to allow them inside. that they just forced them to shut down for over a year and they're trying to make up that money or your kid is not going to -- tier two-year-old is not wearin a face covering or are they not a murderer. you would think that there was glitch in the matrix if you are watching this. and now were having this from a conversation. it's not normal. i got vaccinated. i followed the rules. i had 30 people at my wedding. it looks like there was a lot more. he pulls them that there. i think that's where people are getting frustrated is the hypocrisy. but i've reject the new normal, this is okay idea. it's not okay with me and it's not okay with a lot of people because it is not how human beings are meant to live. >> is not okay with me either and i don't look freedom is muc as kat, but i love it. >> i'm listening to ron desanti talk and it has been a big week for cuomo who went on a press
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tour and wrote a book. and desantis is all the talking about it. even though the numbers weren't as high as the cdc reported com it doesn't matter. they are so peaky and hospitals and they cut them later from th federal government. you think this is appropriate? >> i think what is most inappropriate is when you left out the 15,000 elderly people that andrew cuomo killed and i might about it and covered it u from the grieving families. it was the biggest problem for him. as far as ron desantis, i'm going to start calling biden a freedom kluber, like everybody who gets him awake. you are a freedom kluber. ron desantis is a villain because he wants to give -- it is really for children under the age it 12 who go to school that can't get vaccinated. the of course the parents to pu a mask on their face. ron desantis ops for choice.
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but thelonius murphy, the governor or whatever his first name is in new jersey, is telling every school, every parent in that state, you want to talk about government overreach. he's selling every parent this is you have to put a mask on your kid. nobody has that problem with murphy. just murphy. that's one example. in terms of we have seen, look, keeping mounds of garbage and you know five in the last year and have for 18 months, but the double masking in philadelphia, which, by the way, they don't fit. that you are essentially tellin the workers that one masked doesn't work. to have to wear two. that is how we are. >> gray good, take us home. >> there is a difference betwee the vaccination has a tense and the pro- vaccination lectures. they have a number of reasons
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and we don't even bother to ask what they are and you know, my spirit this a lot of women worried about pregnancy. i think it is safe for women wh are pregnant but it is completely natural to be concerned about that. i showed a chart the other day that said there are things that are unknown about the vaccine can even though i am pro- vaccine. the difference between that and the pro- vaxx lecture, that actually think they can go and tell you how to live is that th only see one thing coming to have to get a vaccination. but if i can't. what if i looked at and i don't want to do it. who argue. at the don't think this squabbl would exist if someone out there , the media, plus a push in the conflict for the sake of ratings. when you subtract the media fro every kind of issue or story, the world is a better place. i'm saying that as a member of the media. when we tack on to something,
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and immediately turns it into the prism of new ideas. it destroys the nuance. and that's what authoritarianis is so frightening. it appeals to some inmate need of having power over others. and people can be easily assign an opinion that the didn't have before. that is the key to the pro- vaccine people. generally they shouldn't care what you are doing. but they are being assigned an opinion to care. they're being told you must be angry about this, but really, you know what, i'm vaccinated and i'm trying to get my family vaccinated. whatever you do, you do. that's life. that they are having their opinion assigned to them. you must go after them. you must be part of the mob. >> got an announcement. >> can i at something real quick ? >> we're having an announcement. >> site, corporate america be o
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americans are fed up with corporations pushing politics from coca-cola to major league baseball and it seems like liberal ideology is creeping an everywhere. just this week american express got called up for telling employees capitalism is racist. entrepreneur is exposing health state companies mix politics with this this and use it to influence our lives. he has a new book coming up and a special airing this sunday on fox news and it will also be available on fox nation that day
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. here's a preview. >> i think there is now a chinese word for what -- they understand this game far more deeply than any of us do. i think that they are now using wokism as a political tool to advance their own agenda. >> there's nothing like getting it wrong here. if we are focused on the things that matter, the balance use that the founders left us in th understanding of our republic, then the chinese government wil have the space. >> thanks so much for being here . how bad does not get before corporations stop doing this. >> how bad it is gotten is actually feeding even worse behavior going forward. that is what i was talking about . they are doing what allows them to make the most money at the expense of american -- they will go to china and that say about it people about injustice in china with talk about alleged injustice here what has political consequences.
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that's just the first part of it . the real threat that i talk about is this is a threat to american democracy, and each of us should have a say in what constitutes our moral values rather than a small group of ceos and investors. >> he run my show a couple week ago and talk about how that thi was a misdirection, that being corporations go woke so you don't pay attention to the profits they make in the high interest rates and their slogan like membership has its privileges. as a reflection of their employees some privilege, they are charging high interest rates . what they're trying to do is beat them at the blitz. look over here while we can still do this. so i thought had an idea, but i we asked american express to pu their money where their mouth i and cancel credit card debt, $800 billion. if you really believe in social
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justice and equity, why don't you do the right thing. it is like five by americans ar having an average it five grand up debt. by don't they do that. >> you just nailed it, greg. they blow woke smoke and what rather not have us talk about this. the part of the thing about american express is that their black card doesn't apply to black people. applies to people who spend millions per year so there's th first commandment of -- the more woke yet act. that is the charade. it my think the first step in solving the problem is actually just putting some summit on the issue. wouldn't some light on the issu expose the hypocrisy. >> i have to correct you becaus it's not smoke because smoke raises the earth's temperature. it is a harmless vapor. >> climate change is one of their favorites. especially the impact of climat change which is a way of
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changing the topic from economi injustice, which they love to do . >> it is environmental places him. >> greg hit on something. do they actually believe in -- they promised $15 billion, all these companies, and they've only given out $250 million. so is this all about -- emma putting their money where their mouth is quick. >> i think it's mostly -- here's the problem with virtue signaling. signaling your virtue becomes more important than being virtuous itself. you take a company which talks about the loss of intersection analogy, according to its ceo, yet does not pay its key picker which are right and in some places killed and maimed by their own colleagues, who are now seeking justice from unilever and they are denying that. that is one of the rules of how this game is actually played. i think it is even worse.
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>> jack dorsey isn't doing it t make an extra buck. he has enough bucks. some of these guys were doing i authentically are even worse. >> exercised undue influence of the marketplace of ideas. it's a little bit of both. >> i have a question. backing off for the a lot of people said here, they're not really doing anything. i hear about a lot of seminars. as far as i understand it, you sit there. if they really cared, but these people volunteer and why are people calling them out on that. a lot of it is they make people operate. how to people get beyond the sphere of things of senior not really woke. you're just listening to somebody say crazy stuff. >> it is the sphere. corporate america, the way it works, you would rather hear me talking about woke values and diversity and inclusion or harding -- then you would be talking about occupy wall street, which is when i think all this began, after the financial crisis, wal
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street was scared of occupy wal street. getting on the woke values was easy. that's when all this began, the after effect of what is happene since then. >> i was taken by what i saw an a little preview where you talked about wokism being used as a geopolitical tool. can you expand on that a little bit more quick. >> the way it works in china is they will build a great chinese walls that prevents you from entering the chinese market. they people for the red carpet if you criticize the united states. disney's that they couldn't fil in the state of georgia and georgia passes and antiabortion statute that they tell them we line in, which is ground zero o the human rights crisis and actually praise them. with that allows china to do is when they get press and human rights issues by the un and eu, black lace better show that the united states is no better, the international arbiter suffer
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injustice that supposedly corporations are praising china while they are criticizing the united states. i think that is dangerous geopolitically. it underlines their arsenal and it is their moral standing on the global stage. >> exceptionalism. >> thank you so much. it's great to see you. i can't wait to watch the show, read the book, "woke, inc.". up next, a nightmare of pothead everywhere. marijuana is making climate change worse. greg? ♪♪
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and troubling news for progresses. a new report says carbon emissions from growing marijuan pose a huge threat to the climate. for example, most get a misuse it 40 times more energy than producing things like lettuce with the average operation consumes more power than 14. homes. >> i don't understand the premise of the study. i know why we are comparing week . they're not going to say slopping yourself and you will have a very different attitude. what is the alternative? a illegal week? i don't get it. >> i think that they are targeting people that produce weed indoors. that's the most expensive way. i know a lot about lead. abrasiveness i think people should be able to do whatever they want to do. i think that this is just a
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reason to attack the industry. i do like it. but honestly this is not a conservative like fight. you liberals to get out. like the liberal green people fight about because other libertarians are like -- it is not my fight. jessica, i another study argues that the legal market is even more fossil fuel. so why do we care. >> i couldn't sleep last night. i don't care and i think the country is moving in the right direction about that legalization of drugs. there's obviously too many people behind bars for petty offenses. the real problem is is the pot industry is booming and people typically in charge don't have control of it so you have all entrepreneurs, a lot of minorit
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entrepreneurs for the making millions and millions of dollar off of legalized weed. and then it's more simple. this is garbage. and then it gets out there and everyone still gets tagged. >> everyone still gets hot. effort and still gets attacked. what is better, legal or increasing the demand or the supply cartels. and also 80,000 jobs, it is constant economic boom. what is that? >> i don't understand, and you may have these green products like marketing. , why go after everything that we love. we say cars and that coin. that is the best saturday night ever. so what if they go after things that we like and then they make us hate them.
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they need to get people on board . again, we'd over lettuce. what you want to do. weed or lettuce. what is your thoughts? >> what i would like to see as would like to see whoever is complaining about this actually directly addressed the illegal drug market. of like bill nye the science gu to go lecture a blood or a cryp about whatever's going on. i want to see them lecture them. part of me says you can't let pot off the back of the not letting up the else off the hook . everything is gasoline. everything is good but it goes to the paternal climate activists equation. anything produced by humans it makes our lives better is that for the planet. it's everything that is more expensive in which the wealthy can handle and solar panels wer only made in china.
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so what happens is we are dealing with a lot of people wh have i'm a privilege to have people living in alabama will talk about how it's getting harder and they don't realize that warming temperatures saves more lies and other parts the world. that doesn't interest them. they can afford it. they can afford the alternative energy. a lot of people can't. this is more snobbery but i would like to see bill nye the science guy -- >> we may be the great unifier and take down the climate aspec of this. >> i think it's the beginning. is going to be fun to watch and have them fight about themselve but i don't think that they will . they would rather go after oil in texas than pot in the village . >> pot in every village.
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the first question is from step in a 57. that means that there are 56 before her. are you a planner or do you jus wing it? believe me, i have a plant even asking that question. you are a planner, right? >> yes, i have the stacks of race cards for the three segments that we've done, or four, to give away. i get high anxiety. i am not a winger at all. >> you have to play it in order to wing. >> if i was a planner, i would just miss up your schedule. you've just got to go with the flow. >> we just did that go with the flow more. >> i hate getting up that early. >> you just set up the wing it for four hours.
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>> you said that, i did not. i am a big planner. i think it might bands age, the can make their designate more comfortable with not having reservations, but i'm a planner to come up because i such anxiety. >> i am a planner. >> successful people play on. unsuccessful wing it and then you pay the price of you are winging it. you're set this up front that says we will figure it out. you can calm down. he's always calling me at the bar -- you sleep in your close. >> i already do that. what was your favorite lunch in the high school cafeteria? >> i just have french fries and squirt. because up with some very hungr out lunch because i took adderall. i have adhd.
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obviously. i'm like the poster child for adhd. eat breakfast, anxiety and depression. >> what is the other one? >> and then the adderall. >> what is the other one that you have. >> all right. >> not every single word, the single -- the port single -- >> jessica? >> taco day. >> that was unbelievable. unrivaled. unlimited. i don't trust the meat. >> it's better than real be periods of my favorite was breakfast pizza. only once a month when they did it. >> are used to make that in mornings by accident. >> i don't know why i said that. >> pots. >> i forgot about those. we didn't have that. we had leftover donuts. and the next day they would
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bring a big garbage bag full of donuts. and it was as hard as bagels. and it literally cost like a nickel. >> you are old. they were a nickel back then? >> a lot of things were a nicke back then. what is up next?
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♪ >> lawrence: welcome back. time for one more thing. greg? >> greg: tonight, a brand new gutfeld and it is awesome. of course kat timpf is on. we also have dagen and we have joey jones and tom shillue it's what they call a barn burner. no offense to arsonists. let's do this. >> greg's pull toy news. you know, the key to an excellent pull toy is getting one that fits your body. and getting into the pool toy
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before people struggle to see you get in. check thought fellow here. he knows exactly how to enjoy a pool toy. not only is he relaxed but is he dog paddling. is he actually dog paddling. he gets a minus one on this because there is no cup holder. new cup holder on flamingo. women here that you have to see that open shot? we will blur that in the repeat. sorry. disgusting. i think he has been neutered. >> lawrence: dagen? >> dagen: what were you doing when you were 8 months old? not training for tie beyond dough, had here is super baby he is now 2 years old. his dad, who is also a martial arts master 40 years he has been in martial arts recognized his son's potential sound effects which i will not provide.
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>> lawrence: form. >> dagen: that's, there you go. super baby it tiquando master. >> lawrence: that kid is going to cause a lot of problems. cat? >> kat: this phi being arrested on in oklahoma on suspicion stealing copper wires. he managed to steal an atv and while he was handcuffed he led them on a high-speed chase. i'm antitheft and evading the police but being able to drive with that level of skill while you are handcuffed that is impressive. >> greg: you know that from experience. >> kat: no, i have never been arrested. >> greg: but you have been handcuffed. you walked right into that. [laughter] >> kat: nothing to be ashamed of. [laughter] >> lawrence: i have never seen kat embarrassed. >> kat: i'm not. i shrewd be. >> lawrence: jessica? >> jessica: all right. so, if you build it, they will come.
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and the fans did come. last night in the iowa cornfield the yankee and chicago white sox played the field. >> lawrence: look at that walkoff. >> jessica: baseball isn't my favorite but i was fascinated. ing jerseys and cornstalks couldn't believe ninthen inning luck when the home runs take the lead nostalgia won out chicago had the answer. we watched 8 men out depicting the world series that landed all these baseball greats in kevin costner's field of dreams. huge ratings. it was awesome. >> lawrence: america's sport. it's really football. my turn. happy birthday to gail bad ass granny who turned 100 last week for her major milestone she was greeted with a surprise from local motorcycle club. she has been riding her whole life but had to get her last ride at 93.
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the red knights gave gail the ride of her lifetime. and here's the 100 more years to you, gail. i will be doing double duty today 7:00 p.m. show. tomorrow, "fox & friends" 6:00 a.m. and then at night justice with judge jeanine. thank you so much, guys. y'all have a great weekend. see you all later. greg greg that's a lot of work. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> trace: good evening. i'm trace gallagher in for bret baier breaking tonight the desperate rush to get americans out of kabul the capital of afghanistan and the next target of the rampaging taliban. thousands of american troops are head to the region to try to ensure the safety of u.s. personnel. there is even a report that the biden administration is asking the taliban to spare the american embassy in kabul there are also reports of heavy fighting near the capital city and speculation that its collapse could be just hours, maybe days away. we begin tonight with white house correspondent peter doocy.


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