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all right, thanks again for all of you for joining us and watching, i hope to see you back tomorrow. 1:00 eastern time, john roberts and myself "america reports." keep it right here for all the latest views, thanks so much for joining us. i will see you tomorrow. "the five" starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> hello, everybody, i'm jesse watters along with dana perino, greg gutfeld, katie pavlich, and her rolled and geraldo rivera. it's 5:00 in new york city, and this is "the five." ♪ ♪ president biden's first news conference turning into a total catastrophe, but don't just take our word for it, look at what the white house was forced to do. they had to roll out a cleanup crew in order to mop up one biden blunder after another, like when he claimed the midterm
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elections may be stolen. >> well, it all depends on whether or not we are able to make the case to the american people that some of this is being set up to try to alter the outcome of the election. the increase in the prospect of being illegitimate is a direct portion to people not getting these reforms passed. >> jesse: trying to backtrack and claiming that it is not what the president actually said. dana p asked press secretary jen psaki exactly what joe biden meant? >> dana: i'm curious if he will say those 2022 elections will be illegitimate? speak live talk to the president about this and he absolutely is not predicting that the 2022 elections will be illegitimate. the point he was raising was both that in 2020 even amongst challenging circumstances, efforts to suppress the vote and at the midst of a pandemic there
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was a record turnout. he was not making a prediction. he has confidence in the american people and we will do everything we can -- >> he did make a prediction. >> jesse: kamala harris being rolled up for my bow duty, but in true fashion she made things worse by refusing to answer a simple question. >> if i may finish -- >> but the specific question if you don't mind, does he think now that the bills have not pass, that the midterms won't be legitimate warfare or free? >> let's not conflate issues. >> katie: and xp to dana, let's not conflate issues. i don't know what issues they have even agreed upon, it seems like everyone is saying something different at the white house. >> dana: one thing that is interesting is to manna guthrie at "the today show," that was her first question too, what did he mean?
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are you saying that what president trump said about 2020 which you disavowed, because you say that it was good, okay, fine. so let's maybe i'll try to agree on that or some agree on that. i agree with that. are you saying that this next one is not going to be? because what are the specifics, what they have never laid that out. and then you have press secretary coming out and saying, no, what he was saying is this and i can ever remember what her tweet said, but i can imagine that the white house communications team as soon as he said that thought, there is one thing we are going to have to do right away. that issue is not going to go away. because it was not just kamala harris who said what she said, jim clyburn of south carolina said it as well. go get ready, buckle up, everybody, we will have a big bite again about legitimacy of elections and specific concerns. the democrats are expected to lose big time, a lot of seats in the midterm election. and not just in the midterm for
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congress, but we are talking about state houses, state races, things like that. so are democrats trying to set it up if they lose those elections aren't legitimate? where have we heard that before? and where did that really screw things up for everybody? just one other thing. at the mop up that was a pretty big deal, and that was a minor incursion are going to possibly be okay now by the joe biden administration? excuse me, last night they had to have a national security official, i think was probably jake sullivan get on the phone and tell everybody, that's not what he meant. but that's exactly what the adversaries and allies heard when you saw a note today that they are trying to walk it back. that was a big blunder. >> jesse: and the media kind of agrees with us, greg. listen to the mainstream press just dissected this press conference. >> if you are meandering on key
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questions and also not winning, then you have a real problem. >> putin, and xi, and the nato allies are not debating that right now. they see him as weak. yesterday's press conference did not help. >> listen, i would go back to the drawing board. >> not sure that his staff is exactly excited about all of the news he made. >> no, there is a lot to clean up. >> jesse: what do you think, greg? >> greg: first i have to say that i look great in the studio. you thought the exxon valdez needed a cleanup, he was like hold this. i'm going to use a booze analogy, we are in the state where we always have to compare joe biden to the guy before. and trump is kind of like an everyday presence, so we built up a tolerance, and he would come out and he would speak he was like a nightly martini and we got use to it, but joe biden is like a guy he did not drink for a year and then he comes out in binges for two hours and we
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all have a biden hangover. i'm as confused as i am after that happened. the big mistake was they thought going long, going long would address the questions of mental fitness, but instead it revealed the fogginess has jones pointed out and the crankiness later that you pointed out. it's like again, another analogy is like a classic car that has been sitting in the garage. you don't immediately drive it across the state. you drive it down to the diner . but i have to defend him. it's not his fault. he did not make himself president, the democratic party did. it's 2022 and i still can't believe joe biden's president. he has been around my entire lifetime and he is president now after running i don't know, 13 times. the bottom line is if there was very little time spent on american concern, it was spent on media concern. and that was the bogus bogus
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voting bill in russia, americans wanted to hear about law and order in getting food on their table, they order steak and the democrats give them tofu. >> jesse: no questions on the border, but a lot of questions about the border on ukraine, a dozen questions about that? it just seems like way off by the press. >> geraldo: i think the criticism is a bit harsh of the president. i thought that it was not that bad. he did make that awful blunder about the minor incursion in ukraine which made the hair on the back of my neck stand up, you know, and some of his other language was kind of meandering. i do agree with that. but i also think that he showed incredible stamina for an old guy. i admire the fact that he was on his feet for two hours answering some very hostile questions including some, one from james rosen that was so insulting. he asked the president of the united states, you know, are you
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mentally incapable of holding your office? i mean, can you imagine james rosen or anyone asking ronald reagan that? i thought it was very, very rude. he cleaned up the ukraine, i think that the good thing is he made it clear that he was not drawing a red line, we weren't committing ourselves to war in europe if there was a further ukrainian incursion by the russians, thank god for that, because there are so many hawks in washington, i could just see them all beating the drum, come on, let's send the 101st airborne, the 82nd airborne to ukraine right now. i'm glad that he did not go that far. what he did do was unfortunate and i think that it was a slip, not because it was false, but because i believe it was true. i think that it is a u.s. policy that if there is a minor incursion they are not going to go nuclear in terms of the sanctions. but you should not think out loud especially in that context.
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>> jesse: that is a pretty low bar to geraldo's points that he stood up for a long time. spin on first of all, the question about mental acuity was asked because half of the country including a number of independents in the latest ap poll had various concerns about joe biden's mental ability to hold the job. so the question being asked was for a reflection of what people are saying to people calling him on the phone and asking about the president and the job that he is doing. but when it comes to the press conference yesterday, they rolled out everybody. nancy pelosi, the vice president and everybody had a problem and was not on the same page with exactly what they were saying and what the message was. in terms of what they said today, jen psaki said during the press breaking that foreign leaders are happy and that a person who respects democracy and alliances is back in the
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white house. then you touch on the two issues that were the main problems yesterday and the press conference. domestically the president is now questioning the democracy and legitimacy of elections. and in foreign policy, our alliances are all over the place. they don't know what they are going to do if ukraine is invaded. they are very worried about what to the united states is or isn't going to do in the bottom line is there is no deterrent. this did not happen to president trump because there was deterrence. and vladimir putin c is an opening to do something, and the last thing is that because they waited so long to roll joe biden out to the public 78 days since the last press conference, he had no winds to talk about. they had him out there after he lost everything. there was nothing that he won on. they could've put them out a month ago before the bills were voted on and maybe get ahead of it, but they did not do that. they put him out there after he had nothing to go on and when he was a lame duck and that's why all of the questions yesterday had very tough answers.
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>> jesse: before we go, geraldo or is that your front lawn you are standing there? >> geraldo: yes, it is, but i can take it. >> jesse: have you been in that second room above your shoulder. >> geraldo: have not visited it. but when you go on your trip to wyoming, stop here and we will visited together. >> jesse: okay, the white house weighing in on the crisis after the media refused to ask biden a single question about it. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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and learning really hard. but instead of working to help students safely return to the classroom,
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local four's to responders and law enforcement and been an advocate for additional funding. >> katie: the white house refusing to call out to radical das as cities are being rocked by violence. arresting the criminal they say murdered breanna crew furthered inside a high-end furniture store, arrested at a bus stop and surprised taking a long rap sheet filled with dozens of crimes in three states, at the time of the murder he was free on a $1,000 bond. and after the heinous crime in new york where an 11 month year old baby girl was hit in the face by a stray bullet has been in critical but stable condition, local leaders venting their fury over what is happening. >> doesn't matter to me if it is a police officer shot or if it is a baby shot, i'm going to stay in the streets until the city is safe. i am not going to surrender this
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city to violence. >> we have an open air mental asylum, he was arrested possibly for possession of stolen items that used to be a felony, now misdemeanor, got out on a ticket in october and just a few months later he is killing breanna. >> katie: dana, i was so grateful that you asked to jen psaki that question, because it affects so many people around the country and is getting worse, but her answer doesn't really work in terms of solving the problem. you can support the police, but if the system does not work together with the prosecutors to have charges and keep these guys in jail, they get out and murder women while they are at work. >> dana: so this is apparently at the president's position, what he has told her, and it will be the position that is untenable for two reasons, political and policy. first on the policy side, the white house absolutely does set a tone and an agenda for what is
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prosecutorial emphasis. what you want to emphasize and care about most, and that can trickle down to the attorney general and others. also they will weigh in on lots of other things that have nothing to do with the federal government on local issues, why not this one? and then you have the very real issue than americans are showing concern about crime in the top five issues that they are worried about. and when you have over a third, just a third of the country saying that the white house understands problems they are worried about, that becomes untenable from a political standpoint, because republicans are going to talk about crime, because that's what people cares about them because it needs to be talked about. it's untenable that the democrats will say, this is a local issue and walk away, because everybody can draw a straight line from democratic donors to these progressive district attorney in's and everyone is starting to get a real clear sense as to what the outcome is of that.
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glad today, guess what, right before we came on the air, and the new attorney here in new york, attorney bragg said disavowing the memo that he wrote the other day, did not want people to misunderstand what he meant withdrawing it. people have already resigned over it and they elected him. it is having an impact and untenable from a policy standpoint and political standpoint and we will see how long they are silence lasts. >> katie: geraldo, jen psaki says that joe biden does not want to weigh into justice department issues, but the justice department has a role to play when it comes to federal gun charges and other federal crimes that these guys are committing, under bill barr he launched operation legend to deal with precisely this rise in crime, so wise and the president engaging the justice department to clean up the streets? >> geraldo: because they have obsessed over the phony voting
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rights bill invoking the language of the civil rights movement to get a bill passed that would allow people to vote without i.d., with unrestricted mail-in ballots, let's talk about that stuff rather than what people are really concerned about. there were six kids shot in chicago on tuesday. on tuesday. six kids were shot. you have a lady, the asian lady pushed on the tracks. you have breanna and los angeles, knifed to death by a guy out on mobile. we know, if donald trump had focused as intensely on that and not gone drifting off about the election being fixed and all the rest of that, he would be president today. people care about this. the first role of government is to keep people safe. this is a civil rights issue over time, how many times do i have to say it? black on black crime, that's who is killing everybody. it's a minority of people it's a ghetto civil war going on and we are too politically correct to
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admit it. i'm a street guy, i've been around new york a long, long time. i'm not afraid to say this stuff. but where is joe biden? why doesn't he say it? the democrats in these cities should pick up the mantle. there has never been a successful reformist prosecutor ever, ever, ever. never did leniency lead to safety. it's not going to happen. you need stop and frisk. you need aggressive policing. you need the police to feel that they are supported by the public. >> katie: so great, the reason joe biden is not going after they das or saying anything about it is because he would have to confront the leftist ideology that some of this crime is okay because it serves a purpose of social justice in a way that the left once. >> greg: and the victimization or the death of some collateral to the radical remaking of society.
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and to your point, i hate saying that, but i did. they don't want to talk about violent crime because it is on them to read when you are talking about the radicals, that is their side. so to paraphrase joe biden, they are on the wrong side, they are on the side of the criminals as long as they support a aggressive policy this will only get worse, but they can't switch sides, because then they are on our side and they don't want to be on our side, geraldo was right, learn that politics, they can't do two things, right? so they are obsessed with impeachment, covid just takes off. the same month, and then they obsess over this sham of a voting bill, again, geraldo is right on that when in fact you have crime exploding. nobody at home last night cared about the voting bill or russia, they wanted to hear about how you are going to fight this weird explosion in crime. they can't do woke politics and
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fight crime, because local politics is antithetical to crime. it believes that the criminal is in fact the victim to a larger society, and we are in fact the oppressors. i will never change until the democratic party learns to deal with the toxin in their own group. >> katie: yep, jesse. >> jesse: if greg said they don't want to be as publicly on the topic of law and order republicans, they can call the d.a. on the phone and have a nice private conversation, joe biden and krasner and garth sohn, and say, guys, not only are people getting killed, but you are killing my popularity. the crime wave is killing me politically, so tighten it up and we will it under control. the das have political aspirations they don't want the president on the united states on their bad side, they will tighten things up. everybody works the phone if you are the president. lbj, bush 41, trump famously,
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would burn up the phone talking to party allies just shooting the breeze, talking shop or talking politics. barack obama used a hop on the phone with kamala harris when she was the ag of california and talk all the time. he actually did say she was the best looking attorney general in the country, so maybe that did cross the line with michelle, but he is not prejudicing a proceeding or giving one-sided tactical advantage in a case by calling the district attorney. that's a fake ethical strong arm they are throwing up so they don't have to dive into this thing. and one on the streets to shoot a package for prime time that you can see on the little bottom right of your screen for monday. everyone i talk to you and i said, what do you want me to cover? they said crime. every race, creed, or colors that i want you to talk about crime. in the problem with joe biden's he is not tapped in to the emotional current of this country, imagine trump as president and they have these
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high profile homicides, people being pushed to death in a subway in new york or nla getting slashed, the two biggest cities in the country back-to-back crime like that, trump will be out there holding a press conference. he be calling their parents on the phone and biden is just out of touch. >> katie: indeed, not going way, up next president biden boasting about his first year in office but just got hit up with a brutal wake-up call. ♪ ♪ ♪ limu emu ♪ and doug. we gotta tell people that liberty mutual customizes car insurance so you only pay for what you need, and we gotta do it fast. [limu emu squawks] woo! thirty-four miles per hour! new personal record, limu! [limu emu squawks]
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♪ ♪ >> dana: president biden appears to be out of touch with the american people after saying this. >> i did not overpromise.
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but i have probably outperformed whatever anybody thought would happen. it >> dana: that's not a good sign for the president, only 20% of americans say he want -- they want him to a rerun in 2024 including 40% of democrats, there was another ap poll, 20% of people saying they thought the country was on the right track and it crossed my mind that maybe they are the same 28%. >> jesse: say you are in a relationship with a woman for a year, dana. just say you guys are in a relationship and you know it is not going well, do you say on the one-year anniversary, honey, i have outperformed expectations? i mean, maybe you have if the expectations were really low, but we have high expectations for the president in the united states. it's not like we elected larry from the back office who is like cheyenne gets crumbs all over his jacket when he eats his cinnabon.
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if larry was president and he had to hear biden i would say larry, you outperformed, but this is joe biden who allegedly got more votes than any other person in american history. this is the guy -- who said he was going to crush the virus, imagine you are an olympic diver, dana, and walk on the board and you announce that you are going to do a reverse three and a half with a half twist the degree of difficulty for .1 and you get up any do a can opener, and you pull yourself out of the water and you demand the gold medal, that's joe biden. he has screwed up the management of expectations. >> dana: you are really challenging my imagination today. geraldo, the president truly believes he did not sell his accomplishments well enough to the american people and said he is going to get out there and do a lot more of that, will that help? >> geraldo: i doubt that that will help, but you can't take long weekends when you're
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president on the united states and spend a quarter of your time in delaware as beautiful as it is on the beach they are, but they are two things that i think he did not do well enough coming who should have taken more credit about the bipartisan infrastructure bill, which was a big deal and is going to affect every single congressional district and to get the massive covid relief passed, he shepherded that through in the early days of his presidency. it's like his first six months was one story in the last is the other story that katie referenced, no wins to check back on. and he's out of energy, there is no operation warp speed or sense of urgency, come on let's go. he should be the guy making those kids in the white house jump through hoops. but he has lost it. >> dana: you made me think, if there is a first in the second six months, what does the next six months look like? >> greg: dana, imagine you are
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an olympic diver and you and your girlfriend are in a car for $9 a day. he rented a car on budget for $9 a day, what does that do to your expectations? it lowers them. so joe is right when he outperforms his expectations, because they were so low, geraldo was grateful 20 minutes that the guy was standing. so all anybody expected from joe was like no tweeting the old boss, don't bomb texas after you drink too much nyquil, no one has ever been elected with such low expectations coming out at the same time he failed low low expectations because the science of human relations shows the more you know someone, the worse they are good when he was in the basement chained to a rusty solo plaques we did not think he was so bad, but then as he started climbing up the stairs and walking around, the more you saw him, the less you thought of him. he is a first candidate that they were right, we talked about it, the less you see, the better
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he does. maybe that was the best strategy. >> dana: katie, last word to you. >> katie: i was not an olympic diver, but i was an actual diver, so trying to stay with his analogy, so he insisted yesterday he is not a socialist, but he certainly is a prophecy for bernie sanders who is in charge of the senate budget committee and has tried and failed to govern the socialist multitrillion dollar bill which failed, the other thing yesterday when he said that he is going to be campaigning a lot, i bet republicans love to that, and i think the democrats are going to say they have lots of scheduling conflicts in a tough position like stacey abrams, lots of scheduling conflicts and appointments when the president wants to come and campaign for them when he is sitting at 30% approval. so i think that the dnc will not like that strategy. >> dana: you think they can
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only go up from here? we will see. there is wiggle room and more to come. it could be a lower floor. >> greg: congratulations on coming out, dana, it was really brave. it >> dana: it took a lot. jesse will get a mom text about that, okay, education heating up for what is being called a privilege bingo, we will tell you all about it next. ♪ ♪ with my hectic life you'd think retirement would be the last thing on my mind. hey mom, can i go play video games? sure, after homework. thankfully, voya provides comprehensive solutions and shows me how to get the most out of my workplace benefits. what's the wifi password again? here...you...go. cool. thanks. no problem. voya helps me feel like i've got it all under control. because i do. oh she is good. voya. well planned. well invested. well protected.
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him. fairfax public school system now apologizing to upset parents after one of their schools demanded students participate in a bingo styles exercise called privilege bingo which tells students to identify other kids who are white, male, cisgender, and christian as being privileged. the toxic bingo game even singles out as privileged military families. jesse, you are white, you are male, you are cisgender, are you privileged? >> jesse: i do believe that wels wealth and social class to provide more privilege as to attractiveness and athleticism. >> dana: in height. >> jesse: are they saying in the bingo game that a scrawny white straight male christian from the mountains who is an army brat has more privilege than an athletic attractive black who lives with wealthy
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parents in greenwich, connecticut? of course not, geraldo. so i say on the bingo game. >> geraldo: dana, did fairfax not get the memo about the whole thing, the justice department? >> dana: you might not know this, sometimes i can see into the future and i am looking at newspapers in november of 2022, the second half when reporters all across the country from the coast span out across the country to try to understand, how could the democrats have lost so many seats in exit polls that say that education was the biggest issue? we never really thought about that. and this will be one of the reasons why. >> geraldo: how about katie military brat. i know plenty of them, but never any that felt privileged? to be on this curriculum, this erp critical race theory, pinning american kids it based against each other on skin color
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whatever is anti-american trash, and the more they do this, the more that the school revolution is going to continue to grow. we have very scenic, virginia at ground zero, but you see it all across the country including places like california. so these teachers have no agenda to actually educate children for the future. they are not focused on math and science and getting everybody a better future by making sure that they know how to do those things instead they are focused on pinning people against each other to satisfy their own leftist ideology which is anti-american. so i say the more that they do this, the better for the school choice movement and parents are going to have a lot of options which is a good thing and a long time coming. >> geraldo: greg, are you privilege? >> greg: no, not privilege, if i went through my history and told you everything about my life, you would be amazed that i got this far. frankly, but i won't do that now. thank you, thank you. but katie is right, what you're seeing is an insidious transfer
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of power, the same people that demand removal say of the pledge allegiance embrace this kind of progressive propaganda as a replacement. so you see that they don't want children paying respect to the country, they want the children to pay respect to an ideology that says that that country is systemically racist and corrupt, that's the path towards revolution. it's no longer class warfare, it's race warfare and it's a complete switch, this is what scares me the most, what does it do to the brain of children when you switch from gratitude to hate? and that's all you have, gratitude to hate? you are not going to be an achiever, you will be working with an angry military her entire life. you are always going to say, it's their fault, not mine. you are not going to wake up in the morning and go, i want to try, i went to a cheap, i to kick some butt. it's going to be it's their fault it's their fault, let's
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get stoned. >> geraldo: i went inspirational fairness and grace in those teaching in the school rooms. this very important topic is obviously very important, dana's right, it is a big, big election issue that is being debated all across the country of the subject the new special come in the miseducation of america streaming right now on fox nation. "the fastest" is up next. ♪ ♪ (burke) this is why you want farmers claim forgiveness... [echoing] claim forgiveness-ness, your home premium won't go up just because of this. (woman) wow, that's something. (burke) you get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks. [echoing] get a quote today. ♪ we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪
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>> greg: getting hit by a car could not keep the reporter down, stood up, brushed it off and managed to finish her report. how do you like that, i was trying to do a cool news voice. did you guys like that? >> jesse: yeah. >> geraldo: is totally invested. >> greg: you do a lot of wild videos, do you think this is real? >> geraldo: i think it's real and i predict a great success for that young reporter, and i've been punched, kicked, kissed, shot at, what you make of those life moments are the career and i applaud her for keeping her cool. >> greg: jesse, i think like me you would agree that the real hero is the guy who i don't think had a prompter, but was able to stick with it and figure out what was going on? isn't he the hero? >> jesse: he did an amazing job under a lot of pressure and he will have a big career, greg. this actually happened to me when i was reporting a few times
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on "the factor" but people in the car were trying to hit me. >> greg: yes. you know dana, i think a missed opportunity, should have grabbed the driver and interviewed him. >> dana: grabbed him out of the car and said what the heck are you doing. >> jesse: it was a woman. >> dana: are you sure, that figures, doesn't it, jesse? >> greg: is a sexist would say. >> dana: she goes to pittsburgh, but i expect new york in her future. >> greg: is that an achievement? coming to this? not anymore. >> katie: years ago i was driving a rental car and doing a radio interview and i blew a tire and i was doing this interview and i just slowly pulled off to the side and kept doing the interview, and he never knew. >> dana: you are the hero. >> greg: yes, safely to say
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russia and filed this report. >> [laughter] >> jesse: that's right. johnny communicated with this fake -- i mean not fake cat. real russian, we think. cat is 27 and a half pounds. that was kiefer's owner julia. am i pronouncing that correctly? julia? she woke him up for a nap to talk to johnny. there you go, dana. >> dana: johnny is an amazing assistant. julia and her cat are gorgeous. thank you, johnny for that we appreciate it. i am taking a page out of jesse's book. this is dana's friendly neighborhood dispute. this comes all the way from italy. i want to know what you think about it. a couple living in apartment. they complain that their neighbor's new toilet was keeping them away with what they noted as intolerable noises. they went to court. they had a 1-year battle. italy's top court just ruled that the sound of the toilet flushing was actually a human
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rights violation because it had compromised the couple's quality of life and because the neighbors remove it. they also have to pay the couple $565 for every year the device was installed. do you think that's right? >> jesse: wow, the italian justice system just never ceases to amaze. [laughter] >> dana: noisy toilet. >> jesse: greg, go for it. >> greg: do you know what i always say i don't like indoor plumbing. not a good thing. go back to the out house. let's do this: greg's birthday news. i'm so excited today is my favorite film director's turned 76. he was nominated for an oscar from my favorite movie of all time blue velvet and a bunch of other great moses. movies.also known for amazing h. probably the greatest hair of any director. i thought i would try inspire by david lynch do it with my hair and i don't think i even come close. >> jesse: a good attempt though,
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greg. i respect that attempt. >> greg: thank you. >> jesse: that is good hair. that's coming from a guy who has good hair. >> greg: yes, that's true. >> jesse: geraldo, who also has good hair. >> geraldo: appropriate lead in geraldo, geraldo's news with geraldo. got a call from the great entertainer tony orlando dough we used to say we were brothers from another mother. he told me about the inspirational documentary done by the terrific illusionist. chris. about his 7-year-old son johnny pediatric fight against cancer. hoped to raise awareness other kids with pediatric cancer. i treated out more information and link to the documentary at geraldo rivera, check it out on twitter. >> jesse: katie, did any celebrity call you that you want to mention? >> katie: no celebrity calls. i do want to mention this couple in colorado horrible wildfires ripped through their home
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destroyed their house. went back the next day after they fled and found their engagement ring. they will be married in may, laying in the rubble. get cleaned up and then going to exchange them on may 28th. their names are kim rice and michael parks. so sorry about the house but a little hope. >> jesse: that i think is fake. there is no way they could have found those rings. that's it for us, "special report" is up next with bret baier. >> bret: jesse, i agree you do have good hair and it's real. >> jesse: thank you. >> bret: all right have. a good one. good evening. i'm bret baier. breaking tonight, damage control at the white house. a massive clean-up effort in the last 24 hours after critics panned president biden's news conference yesterday and allies questioned the meaning of some of the president's statements. among the issues requiring clarification today comments about a possible russian invasion of ukraine and the president's view that the midterm elections might not be legitimate. senate minority lear

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