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GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: Hello, everyone, I'm Greg Gutfeld in inclusion to Kimberly Guilfoyle, Bob Beckel, Eric Bolling and he or even she brings bricks for the movies in order to maintain the seat down, it's Dana Perino. This can be "The Five."
Here's my favorite new York Occasions headline: "Amid assurances upon Ebola, Obama is considered to seethe."
Oh my, poor thing, our president's upset simply because poor stuff is happening, where have I heard this before?
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIPS)
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: I believe folks are correct to become angry. I'm angry.
OBAMA: Every day I see this leak continue, I am angry and frustrated as well.
OBAMA: It's inexcusable along with Americans are generally correct being angry about it as well as I'm angry got it.
OBAMA: Nobody will be madder in my experience in regards to the undeniable fact that the particular Web site just isn't working too as it should, which usually means, it's gonna obtain fixed.
(END OF VIDEO CLIPS)
GUTFELD: I'm thus angry over his anger. And Also thus once once more within the role of protective parent, Your Occasions shields his or her precious snowflake coming from criticism simply by portraying his anger, not really yours. after all, he's under so much stress, nobody understands what this really does for you to him. It's one other kids that are holding him back. Would hiring a new tutor help? should we eliminate his golf clubs? No, he'll merely sulk.
This just isn't news. Comparable stories appeared that will stated no one is madder when compared with he could be which usually absolves him involving responsibility, an choice never afforded in order to President Bush. As Well As the actual media loves these powering the particular scenes stories. Spoon-fed by aides, the particular press usually obliges to make Obama your brooding hero.
Now should you took which headline and replaced this one word, you'd use a more honest take: "Amid assurances on Ebola, [America] is said for you to seethe." Involving course, the particular article would then blame such seething in race, simply because that's whatever they do.
And so the media keeps bumping its head in to the mirrored glass that's Obama, constantly clueless since the swelling gets worse. President Obama will end up being the creation of their own doting adulation. He had been the particular man these were awaiting plus they allow him to walk all more than us. And Also consequently every overlooked screw-up deteriorates until it's disastrous, like a crisis inside spine usually result in a new crisis inside life.
Congrats, media, you built that.
So D.P., what may become the strategy powering these stories, these stories that say he's seething. Can Be this all orchestrated?
DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: A small bit, yes, simply because I would
imagine final Wednesday, the actual White Home communications team thought to
themselves, we're gonna get to have by means of towards the Sunday shows, and
everyone's planning to continue to chat concerning this, however we need an easy method to
change the tale line, and certainly one of the particular simplest way to do which is to provide the
media just the little bit of some thing special. The brand New York times is truly a great
place to complete it, that they love a new little, an individual know, peek powering the curtain, and
what ended up being Obama thinking, when he had in which meeting with just about all the aides as well as then
he may say, he had been therefore angry.
PERINO: And it tell -- plus it basically said, "The president shares your
anger" you know what? He's just just like us. Along With this way anyone took a full
pitied (ph) President Obama then, absolved with the responsibility, he's got
Ron Klain now because the Ebola czar.
PERINO: Nice day out, will go golfing with regard to 4 hours. That's how works.
GUTFELD: Yeah. Eric, I don't suggest new York times at any kind of time surprise what
President Bush ended up being thinking, because he usually assumed he wasn't. so they
never did this story.
PERINO: All day he ended up being thinking, his noble thoughts.
ERIC BOLLING, CO-HOST: But -- Dana's right, President Obama
was therefore mad, he was therefore seething, which he hit the white ball round the golf
course regarding 4 hours, kept chasing Ken Hagan, using his anger out on the
golf ball. Look, he's angry, he's seething, because they will screwed up the
debate consequently many times, the info flow consequently many times, they lost the
confidence in the American folks that, not necessarily -- again, not actually that the American
people thought we had been all likely to catch Ebola, that we weren't sure that
they knew what these folks were doing.
First, they allow nurse fly. Then -- now there's even a new query whether
that the actual nurse should have flown -- the nurse that they're using care
in Dallas, should have flown straight into -- to the CDC in Atlanta. so there's a
lot regarding questions, that they bungled the complete thing, therefore Obama, if he's seething,
he looks like, he's about our side, he's using us.
BOLLING: If we're seething, he's seething.
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE, CO-HOST: So simply because if he move somebody,
should there right away, not following these people are already having the treatment method for
a while, not really why the actual circumstances now says fair, which is unfortunately not
as -- that is stable or obtain so, let's hope for the best for her.
GUTFELD: Yeah. Just what did you make of that article?
GUILFOYLE: Here's what I think. This specific isn't any surprise, I believe that he's
probably -- wouldn't anyone always be angry? Since once again, he's taking a hit,
but he has nobody really to blame however himself, simply because he's got to place the
time in, he's gonna be focused, he's got to make the best decision,
because ultimately the responsibility rests on him Bob, I'm sorry to always be able to say,
he can't keep throwing people beneath the actual bus upon this convent -- Ebola bus.
Because this must have been handled better, few other nation will be better
when referring for you to science along with medicines along with resources compared for you to the United States
of America, we didn't demonstrate it here, I prefer to aspire far better outcomes than
we've had consequently far.
BOB BECKEL, CO-HOST: The some other 2 thoughts about - 1 is
that's the damned huge bus, can it be by now?
GUILFOYLE: Well, hey.
BECKEL: And secondly, I'm shocked.
GUILFOYLE: He commissioned the bus.
BECKEL: That you all are usually shocked. That's the thing that actually shocked me.
We're fourteen days from your election, each and every president -- Clinton, George Bush
uses angry as thing before, it's not the -- Obama does it more, aggressive
-- Clinton use to accomplish it, he would be a master with it. The Particular president had been upset
angry, blah, blah, blah and also Dana is right, that they almost all appear just like a butt inside a
little peek in the curtain. Well, it's perfect, I mean, if I they've done
too, I really does specifically exactly the actual same -- which (inaudible) more, may get it cry, I
don't know. Nevertheless -- therefore I do not really know why everybody's consequently shocked simply by this, this
is what folks do.
GUILFOYLE: It doesn't matter if he's angry. I just want him to accomplish something
right and obtain it right, let's win.
PERINO: And throughout contrary for you to becoming shocked, it looked like for you to this to --when
I first observed your article, and also I go, here we go again, because I remembered
most not all of the examples that will Greg showed within his monolog, that will every
single period there's a government screw up, then your president comes out and
says, that will he's truly mad.
BECKEL: If a person had Greg's power to edit like that, you might make virtually any press
on your current credit.
GUILFOYLE: Oh come on.
GUTFELD: I didn't edit that. Which was a fine producer, would that work. Look,
speaking of tape, let's talk about Fox news Sunday yesterday, Brit Hume and
Juan Williams, as just about all you know those guys.
PERINO: I understand them.
GUTFELD: Great gentlemen. Right now there on there, these folks were referring to this
article, yet these folks were furthermore talking concerning the appointment associated with Ron Klain and
whether or otherwise which was helpful or otherwise regarding this complete problem.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
BRIT HUME, FOX NEWS SENIOR POLITICAL ANALYST: I didn't buy it with all. This
was the particular president's aides, most of them anonymous, portraying him as having
all this empathy using the public regarding just about all this.
(UNKNOWN): Seethe this.
HUME: I would claim that I believe the actual appointment regarding Ron Klain, so as the
administration thinks this is a lot more of the political along with public relations
problem laptop or computer is a public well being problem, it truly is clearly both.
JUAN WILLIAMS, AUTHOR AND POLITICAL ANALYST FOR FOX NEWS: The political
curtain features gone up in this theater as well as I think Ron Klain will be a part of it, I
think it's really a political response, did not please me, I believed we need
somebody with additional expertise upon this certain issue.
(END OF VIDEO CLIP)
GUTFELD: So, Eric, when you lose Juan Williams.
BOLLING: And you're entitled.
PERINO: We only have Bob Web.
BOLLING: Well, Bob is actually even now rolling above.
GUILFOYLE: Feast the eyes on this, Bob Beckle, final one standing.
BOLLING: I've been contemplating this most weekend long, and also I'm thinking
on Ron Klain, Ron Klain.
BECKEL: All weekend?
BOLLING: Yeah. I was -- I'm trying to figure out why can be Ron Klain, it is
sounds absurd, then -- look only in that way, let's say i was Republican
president, and they introduced somebody like Karl Rove to do the exact
thing, will in which not become apples, apples.
GUTFELD: Yeah. Anyone understand they're crazy.
BOLLING: Will go crazy, right?
GUILFOYLE: This solve in just about any way within the white board.
BOLLING: He -- whether or not he -- listen, it's not a knock against Karl Rove,
this is that is the kind involving person about the left that they earned to
handle an Ebola crisis. It's tone deaf.
GUILFOYLE: And you'll prefer somebody with some possess regarding medical
background or even encounter furthermore for you to communicative ability.
BECKEL: Well, you know, 1st regarding all, I would -- if this case were
taking location during the bush ways, I want to see Karl Rove doing
that. This particular is actually a political.
BECKEL: Absolutely. It's certainly not handing, it's a query associated with organizing big
BOLLING: It's the Ebola czar.
BECKEL: I understand that.
BOLLING: Ebola response.
BECKEL: Maybe they will named him the particular president of the universe, nevertheless the point
here is, why have an individual been so surprised that people needs somebody who was
political half together with two weeks ahead associated with the election to do this.
GUTFELD: But you understand it Bob, you are most likely the sole individual besides Dana
and I significantly -- I never heard of this guy, as well as I consider America similar to maybe
would have frequently heard involving that this individual was. Agree on talking, I suggest do that
even Rove would be better.
BOLLING: I would nevertheless just just like the time frame throughout medicine, a minimal of some
GUILFOYLE: And from the way, where's our surgeon general?
BOLLING: When the doctors come to Ron Klain as well as say we need these assets
here, however at least understand exactly what the medical background. Do we
really most involving those, maybe we need much more of those.
PERINO: But -- and Ron.
GUTFELD: That's George Clooney take part inside the doctor within ER, remember?
PERINO: I do.
GUTFELD: My choice.
PERINO: I think. I possess say that in Ron Klain's protection which in turn it.
GUILFOYLE: And President Obama.
PERINO: By the individual that matters one in the most can be he gets the confidence
of President Obama in one, your number two, Dr. Anthony Fauci the actual head of
the NIH, mentioned he taught which this actually is the right kind regarding individual in order to help
-- make sure that everybody's talking to 1 additional and information flow and
implementation so there's that.
BECKEL: You have ample doctors concerned over these things. Whenever within all
doctors concerned didn't function all that will well.
BOLLING: Bureaucrats weren't better?
BECKEL: Well in which appears -- Ron Klain's on bureaucrat. because he makes
bureaucrat work, I can inform you, the particular public might not realize that Ron Klain was
a damn good about the administration individuals though.
PERINO: And then also, I think is good inside a approach Ron Klain could be in any position to
ask doctors concerns that folks just like us, would ask. Therefore which you could
push the particular doctors a little extra to say, "What is that imply and also that's
not gonna fly, we want a a lot better response to this," and then -- I actually
think it could operate in his favor.
GUILFOYLE: You realize what? Let's see.
GUTFELD: Let me inquire you.
GUILFOYLE: Let's wrap it up.
GUTFELD: President's declining poll quantities among women are usually receiving worse.
And Tena Brown this morning asserted female voters no more really feel safe
with President Obama.
GUTFELD: Now exact what is in which this most in regards to the tape?
GUILFOYLE: I believe this is with regards to safe. I don't feel safe either, I really
don't. Because, I'm concerned with the actual choices he's taking, I'm worried
about his insufficient emphasis and awareness of details. God understands the particular man has
tremendous quantity upon his face.
BOLLING: Can I add to that.
GUILFOYLE: No doubt.
BOLLING: She said, he tends for you to make promises, he promises to produce changes, he calls
a meeting, nothing changes and then this is the girl line, "He blames everybody
else." As Well As wow, when Tena brown says that.
GUILFOYLE: No mother likes that.
BOLLING: Plus a proven way it was Tena Brown on this weekend.
GUTFELD: Yeah. Yes, Bob?
BECKEL: Should I say that I'm frightened sitting subsequent to Kimberly every
GUILFOYLE: In a weirdly excited way.
BECKEL: But -- anyone know, I don't quite -- this can be a good illustration of how you
read polls, this actually is amongst most likely voters, you can find much more likely Republican
women voting than our likely Democrat female voting.
GUILFOYLE: In midterms.
BECKEL: And so -- yeah inside midterms. Consequently you're gonna get this type of skew.
I don't consider Obama's that bad, if this had been a new presidential election year,
it will surely would be. Yet there now measuring, in this stage over
campaign, you gonna measure unlikely voters and furthermore you screen out everybody
who it's actually not really particular these people gonna vote. so that which usually you got here's a
skewed election, the strategies by which election times gonna be.
GUILFOYLE: Go ahead.
PERINO: Well, there's can always be a trend and an essential issue that is ask in
most polls within Bob, even correct my language, however it is basically alongside the
lines of, "Do you think that the president likes you individuals similar to you? Do
you think your president loves problems that tend to be important to you?
PERINO: And in which trend collection regarding President Obama has been decreasing,
especially since April, might occasion by means of the particular summer. Along With the particular terrorist
threats along with along with Ebola is not the best timing regarding him politically, however it
is only the reality that they face, since associated with -- let's just cover this back
up. The Particular monolog, when you demonstrate there's a systematic problem with government
at every level. Individuals shouldn't concern oneself with government every day, they
wanna believe that the particular government.
PERINO: Is doing what it's supposed for you to do, so you do not get to worry about
it. Ladies have sufficient for you to be worried about it. These People don't want to possess to worry
about their own safety as well.
GUTFELD: Yeah, there's a new polls 64 percent, this political poll,
overwhelming majority, 64 percent regarding voters say, "It seems like events in
the U.S. are out of control."
GUILFOYLE: Out involving control.
BECKEL: Why can that shock you, too. It's been a very important factor after another
after another. Involving course, it feels just any little bit from control. I'm
sympathetic using Obama. Anyone possess one a dangerous thing -- but very first regarding all.
BECKEL: When will become the final time we mentioned pudin? (ph)
GUTFELD: That's an excellent point. There's any submarine boating outside
PERINO: Or Hong Kong. Well, Hong Kong.
PERINO: We get major Democratic protest occurring within Hong Kong that are --
there really vital that you U.S. politically along with no-one discusses it.
GUTFELD: Yeah, acquire this. The Particular wildest is occurring while an individual are dealing with
Ebola along with all associated with this the scenario is going out in New York, attorney general is
going after energy drinks, because they will encourage higher education kids for you to consume - I
have information pertaining to him, consume encourage educational institutions - university kids to end up being able to drink, not
energies drinks. But, that is the particular problem, it's always gonna always be priorities,
BECKEL: Yeah. This was about stating that -- take into consideration Tiananmen Square, how
much coverage that got.
BECKEL: Hong Kong is truly a severe problem -- how many thousands of individuals are
out there protesting, had been throughout that.
PERINO: That is really a problem, nevertheless an opportunity.
BECKEL: Yeah, that's exactly, it's an opportunity, but.
PERINO: Well, that offers been such as five blocks within one.
GUTFELD: I know, alright, ahead.
GUTFELD: Monica Lewinsky, don't forget her? The Girl returns to offer her initial blue
address, ready kid, public address.
GUILFOYLE: Oh, really?
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
MONICA LEWINSKY, FORMER WHITE HOUSE INTERN: I have been publicly silent for
a decade. but now I must, as T.S. Elliot crew Fox (ph) said, "Disturb the
(END OF VIDEO CLIP)
GUTFELD: Amen. What the particular former White Home intern, were required to say about
whatever, approaching about The Particular Five.
GUILFOYLE: I don't require you, Bob.
GUILFOYLE: Could Texas Well Being Presbyterian Hospital and also Centers for Disease
Control encounter civil liability inside the aftermath OF THE THRREE Ebola cases.
That real problem is likely on the mind regarding well being officials, as the family members of
Amber Vinson, the second nurse to always be able to contract Ebola lawyers up. in the
statement, your loved ones strongly refuted the particular CDC versions of event, in the
lead approximately Amber's official diagnosis. Jean Ross, co-president regarding the
National Nurses United, says health officials possess dropped the actual ball,
jeopardizing your safety associated with nurses just like Amber.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
JEAN ROSS, CO-PRESIDENT OF THE NATIONAL NURSES UNITED: In this country,
that would since in the system we have, we do not use a national system,
it's piecemeal, it's fragmented therefore each hospital is likely to do,
according to, I think CDC guidelines, the issues they wish to do.
(UNKNOWN): Ms. Ross, do you have confidence in the CDC?
ROSS: Yes along with no. Yes, an individual cannot anticipate every possibility, however the
nurses along together with other workers did anticipate the issues they required prior to these
(END OF VIDEO CLIP)
GUILFOYLE: So may interesting not really question, because associated with course, the girl does
have an attorney now, they feel that she's getting maligned and
misrepresented within the press, there's several factual concerns regarding whether
or not she received particular direction, hold the answer the actual CDC for you to go ahead
and board a flight, and there is also allegations back, after which perhaps,
she wasn't as forthright, a forthcoming with the naturel in the signs and
how the girl had been sensation that day. That knows, but I do know, Texas is actually very
difficult in order to bring cases exactly where there's, the Duncan family members bringing him out
practice case as well as this individual, the girl tries to bring a case, you know, good
PERINO: Can you bring it to federal court? Because, you've been into it -- it
would always be -- the particular loved ones is actually mad at the CDC
GUILFOYLE: Right. you can try to deliver to some case, I believe it's gonna be
next for you to impossible to always be able to deliver a case from the CDC.
PERINO: Even when the CDC stated that, it designed a error and may not necessarily allow
her in order to fly?
GUILFOYLE: The CDC would not really make a statement like that if they were
that concerned with our legal case against them, simply because otherwise, that
would become very harmful to produce an admission just like that. Bob, do you find
that segment amusing?
BECKEL: I do find amusing. I usually find your segment amusing, and I think
it's any testament in order to you. Here's the situation, here's the particular substantial -- I feel
terrible about this nurse with Ebola, nevertheless here's a high profile situation,
and that they enhance lawyers to become able to sue. Currently there's a big surprise, I mean, come
on, they're getting advantage of your high intensity.
GUILFOYLE: They haven't filed any kind of lawsuits yet, but nevertheless.
BECKEL: They got Billy Martin employed by them. Which guy couldn't do it, go
out to bathroom and also doing some.
GUILFOYLE: In an additional intellectual.
GUTFELD: The just factor that spreads quicker when compared for you to a virus can be litigation, and
whenever something poor happens a trial lawyer grows its wings, along with it's
just the actual fact, but I will repeat the nurse -- nurses really are not any different
in firefighters, you don't send these throughout to address a fire without proper
training as well as protection. As Well As whenever they weren't properly protected as well as trained,
that was bad. Your very excellent news is, I mean, because of it well not good news, but
there are twice as many Americans killed within Chicago shootings over the
weekend, IE2 (ph) compared to there have been Americans that died via Ebola, therefore bullets
are much more airborne when compared with Ebola along with it's something for you to take in to consideration whenever we do
BECKEL: You can't blame -- this actually is around the hospital, it isn't around the federal
government, it's about the hospital.
BOLLING: I truly believe it's both, I agree in anyone Bob, it's in the
hospital because, Thomas Eric Duncan, he came and told your original
admitting nurse he had been within Liberia, nevertheless that details didn't
get towards the nurses along the street and furthermore the doctors, so which they permit him to go home.
Now that's clearly Dallas Presbyterian's problem, proper there a component of it.
But another issue is often that the actual CDC protocol, they'd admitted their
protocol will be evolving.
GUILFOYLE: We'll find web (ph) has become they're stating zero skin showing.
BOLLING: Right. no skin showing.
GUILFOYLE: Before anyone could.
GUTFELD: That's why they even call.
BOLLING: It was clearly certainly not airborne you were needed to get bodily transfer
between the infected and the not infected. Consequently the CDC seems to have dropped
the ball. Dallas Presbyterian seemed to possess dropped the particular ball. I believe the
nurse possibly features a lawsuit, I don't think you will find Duncan's family offers a
lawsuit, because range one, he's not an American citizen right? Am I
right with regards to this?
GUILFOYLE: He's Liberian national.
BOLLING: He keen more than here being treated.
BOLLING: Right. OK, and thus the loved ones might get lawsuit, I guess.
GUTFELD: They're changing their own stories too, I mean, initially these people said
that he saved somebody along with now they're declaring he didn't. Thus there's.
GUILFOYLE: Well, now they're declaring that he assisted her nevertheless he didn't know
she had Ebola.
GUTFELD: And now they're saying that never happened. Along With so as stories
changed, which happened -- tells your lawyers are involved if the stories
BECKEL: Texas has a lot more trial lawyers as compared to they've got Spanish flies. I
mean, these guys are.
PERINO: What will be that?
BECKEL: I believed you would not notice.
BECKEL: I lived on the particular bottom and also it had been something which went around, however any
GUILFOYLE: What are you currently talking about?
BECKEL: Whenever you've a higher profile situation, trial lawyers just
descend and Texas features much more trial lawyers compared to what they got, anybody I have
GUILFOYLE: I think what they're stating is actually that they have a cap for damages,
the $250,000 they're tight with most the boots about there.
BECKEL: I don't.
GUILFOYLE: I had been attempting to help you there.
BECKEL: You don't have got to create certain of what I say, it's OK, really. And
they converse English but.
BOLLING: Can I add an additional associated to this. Now the actual CDC provides transferred
Vinson's via Dallas to, I feel she's throughout CDC inside Atlanta right? Am I right?
And now your doctor features said, maybe your woman shouldn't throughout this.
GUILFOYLE: Right. In Which what I has been declaring inside the beginning, because, yeah,
it could have worsen their condition.
BOLLING: Its begin could happen to be something poor occurs your ex now. Does
the Vinson's family members use a lawsuit contrary to end up being able to the CDC?
GUILFOYLE: I mean, again, then which team you gonna -- who created the actual decision, who
in sue, in which court, so when you're trying to do the greatest you can they
say, "Look we were attempting to inside fact save your ex existence along with offer her the actual best
medical therapy beneath the greatest facility using the best medicines
available." Anyone know, it's truly a extremely tough call, but for certain folks are going
to deliver lawsuits.
PERINO: One silver lining provides said, "Because involving both nurses getting gone
through this as well as now the particular changes, awareness is at an all-time high, so
hospitals around the country now are generally likely being no less than much more ready to,
if the affected person just like Duncan first walks in hopefully, be described as a lot more ready than
before." Consequently -- as well as these nurses hopefully, they're each gonna make a full
recovery. That's ought to be able to be the actual focus, the lawsuits will come later, nevertheless most
important thing, isn't CDC is changing guidelines and hospitals are
GUILFOYLE: And the lady is, Dana, silver lining Perino, perfect. ahead about The
Five, earlier this month, President Obama advised us this, remember?
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
OBAMA: I'm certainly not on the ballot this fall, however make no mistake these policies
are on the ballot, every single one of them.
(END OF VIDEO CLIP)
GUILFOYLE: He voted earlier these days throughout Illinois, did he vote with regard to his
policies? Will additional Americans? That's next.
PERINO: 15 days, that's how a lot time has left until nearly all voters head to
the polls for your midterm election. others are usually getting an earlier start
including President Obama, who cast his vote earlier today, within his home
state associated with Illinois.
He's now on the ballot, but he offers informed us which his policy which his
policies are. The Particular chair or maybe the RNC attempted the girl best to reverse in which remark
yesterday when the girl squared off with almost all the chair in the Republican Party, on
Fox information Sunday.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE: The president just isn't upon the
ballot here, Republicans are usually desperate to set him around the ballot, because
they are trying to operate far from their particular terrible record.
REINCE PRIEBUS, RNC CHAIRMAN: The Democrats are attempting to walk a very
difficult balance and Debbie's got a very difficult shop. Since what's
happening here is the fact that the actual Democrats which are running, number one, they
don't want being aligned using the president, however range two, they also have
to defend the fact which they get supported the president, within nearly all cases,
95 percent, 96 percent, 97 percent of the time.
(END OF VIDE CLIP)
PERINO: They in addition disagreed about the outcome upon November 4th?
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
(UNKWON): Chairman Priebus, will your current party take the Senate?
PRIEBUS: Yeah, absolutely, I think we're feeling great about our opportunity of
taking the actual Senate.
(UNKNOWN): Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz, you could make us the particular really
news generating thing, are a person currently gonna shed your Senate?
WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: No, we're gonna hold the Senate. And Also we're gonna hold
the Senate since more than the actual subsequent number of weeks, as well as leading up to even
today, usually your one query that voters gonna ask on their particular own initial is, whom has
PRIEBUS: That you guys are generally losing everywhere 1st associated with all, and also the
president hasn't had anybody's back, nevertheless he hasn't even had the back.
(END OF VIDEO CLIP)
PERINO: Bob, last month you dangled out a bit little bit of information saying,
union inside October surprise, it's 15 days of the actual election, have got we seen this
GUTFELD: It ended up being Ebola.
BECKEL: No, it could how you predict Ebola. Listen, due for you to the situation,
first -- when Obama's says his policies are generally about the election, obviously they
are. I mean, that's why you've got your voters tend to be thus in us, the Democrats
are just gonna vote. It's tilted towards your Republicans, Republicans will
probably have the Senate, that' true, they'll most likely get 9 or 10 House
seats, yet -- and the fact with the issue is usually that the cheapest ended up will
be amongst blacks, which usually they're seeking how a person can for you to genen up (ph) that is very
difficult for you to do. And Also even amongst his Hispanic his space, the particular small people.
So the people that basically made up his base inside the presidential election
will be missing for action coming from this one which these republicans will do.
GUILFOYLE: That's a big problem.
BECKEL: Well, of course it's a problem, but it isn't a reflection regarding the
GUILFOYLE: What is often that the actual October surprise then?
BECKEL: No, no. We even now possess 15 days left.
PERINO: Do you imagine they're as much as the surprise is actually even now gonna happen?
BECKEL: Yes, soon.
PERINO: OK. We'll see if Drudge picks that will up.
Kimberly, you have liked the actual Republicans' chances up until now. Precisely what do
you believe today, 15 days out?
GUILFOYLE: I nevertheless similar to them. I mean, arrive on, if they may not take action this
time -- I mean, forget it.
BECKEL: How many seats do you believe they're likely to pick up, do you
GUILFOYLE: I feel that -- I believe basically most likely 3 for you to four.
Don't an individual think?
PERINO: No, no, no, you're likely to need 6 for you to eight. That's the actual magic
GUILFOYLE: I don't know.
PERINO: You're your quantities guy here, Eric.
BOLLING: I adore this. Larry Sabato took Nate Silver's 538 group, put
together the past 16 a prolonged time of all elections, they will explain in order to you by times out and
by leads, do you know the odds regarding winning.
BOLLING: And as of, right now we're in 15 days with anywhere among above
1 % lead, you've -- range from a 77 to 91 % probability of
In some other words, it is definitely -- the particular ones that will are 2 and 3 percent above
right now tend to be very, extremely most likely to be wins, along with ones that will are -- your races
that are generally one percent, these people have a tendency to skew backwards along with forwards both way. The Actual point
is, if you take these leads, the Republicans earn it.
There are just 4 seats which are inside the bradenton area of margin, the actual 1
percent or even so -- Colorado, Kansas, North Carolina as well as Iowa. As Well As also for
all four associated with those, the Republicans...
BECKEL: Is which -- is often that just the targets you're talking about, or even are
you talking in regards for you to the Congress...
BOLLING: This is actually every single election since 1998. He took exactly where the
candidates were any certain amount of energy out, increasing to the very
GUILFOYLE: They'd been better if these were ahead simply by more than that.
BECKEL: I actually don't agree along with Sabato. However here's the problem with
BOLLING: This will become the data through 538.
BECKEL: No, I realize that. I don't essentially agree together with that
either, since what they're doing, when they take Congress, anyone have
incumbents who're planning to win through massive margins, and so it is not surprising
to get 90 percent.
BOLLING: No, no. I'm sorry. Pull the Senate. I'm sorry.
PERINO: OK, Greg, you tend to be in a position to solution whatever you want. However I has been heading to
ask anyone this. The Particular something they can't measure throughout those polls is
PERINO: What would you do to motivate voters for you to turn out to vote?
GUTFELD: I would threaten them with violence. No. Here's the actual equation.
Liberals generally are determined by sentimentality along with symbolism. Which is
why President Obama won twice. Each regarding these elements, those variables,
are missing inside the midterms. Consequently the typical election to them is a lot like "Gone
with the actual Wind." An Individual truly head out to see it. but the particular midterms can be like
"Sharknado." A Person sit home and you watch it.
So nobody's planning to go out. That's why I think your Republicans are going
to get big. And Also the fact is, the actual novelty can be over. the novelty of
President Obama will be over. He's just like a song anyone heard with first of
summer in which sounded great, however then simply by September, you in simply no way want to hear it
PERINO: Skip ahead.
GUILFOYLE: But even if a few of them remain home, the actual Democrats tend to be still
better in acquiring out the actual vote. Which may be the problem.
BECKEL: The something you'll always be able to do, Dana, is you could measure turnout now.
GUILFOYLE: And these races are generally also close to say for positive Republicans have
it within the bag.
BECKEL: Excuse me, I believe you're stepping in my story.
GUILFOYLE: I had been speaking.
BECKEL: All right. May I just say 1 quick word?
PERINO: One quick word and then we've have got to go. OK. You'll tell us on
BECKEL: No. I'll tell you.
PERINO: We'll determine whether to let you know guys as well as not.
OK. Forward Monica Lewinsky provides the girl very first public speech. a senator gives
an interview he'd similar to to do over. and Payton Manning offers football
historians something large to compose about. Subsequent in "The Five."
BOLLING: All right, welcome back. Let's have some entertaining moment for...
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GRAPHIC: Fastest 7.
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BOLLING: ... "The Fastest Seven" minutes about television. 3 exceptional
stories, seven exigent minutes, 1 expedient host. Initial up, it's been
over any decade, however from 9: 7 this morning, Monica Lewinsky re-entered the
fray. Tweeting the girl initial comment, #herewego, and a few hrs later,
she stunned a huge group of, quote, "high achieving millennials" with these
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
MONICA LEWINSKY, FORMER WHITE HOUSE INTERN: Sixteen many years ago, clean out
of college, a 22-year-old intern in the White House, and a lot more than
averagely romantic, I fell crazy about my boss, inside a 22-year-old sort of
way. That happened. but my boss was the particular president with the United States.
Now, I deeply regret it for most reasons. Certainly Not the least involving which in turn is
because people were hurt, as well as that's never OK.
(END VIDEO CLIP)
BOLLING: Now, Bob, you're a lot more than averagely romantic. What had been that?
BECKEL: All I can say is, Clinton's got poor taste. I don't understand
No, she's right. she ended up being 22. The Girl was vulnerable. This was obviously a terrible thing
to do, yet she knows politically, the nation failed to fall off their own stool
when that they heard this, when he finally admitted he had completed this. and it
got -- overcame impeachment as well as does very well.
BOLLING: All right. can I bring it towards the a couple of ladies here. she says that
-- let's place it this way, Monica Lewinsky, victim?
BOLLING: Innocent as well as not. Sure as well as no? K.G.
GUILFOYLE: You know, Bob is -- I'm entirely focused. He's just bothering
me so much today.
BOLLING: OK, Monica Lewinsky.
GUILFOYLE: Monica Lewinsky, I don't feel that was a good idea. That
didn't even sound good. It wasn't delivered properly. I don't know why
she's talking. Possess a quantity of self-dignity, move forward. to me this whole
thing is actually bizarrely gratuitous.
BOLLING: Your thoughts, Dana. She's playing victim. Victim or no?
PERINO: Kind of the lady is. Let's be honest. In the actual event that which ended up a Republican
president, then however are already your villain, OK? Yet the actual Clintons all
worked with each other to create certain the girl looked like the villain. Remember
they called your ex the stalker as well as things such as that.
But the thing concerning Monica Lewinsky is actually your woman keeps receiving billed since this is
her first time again out. but it had been just final -- a few a number of months in the past which she
was a large Vanity Fair piece. The Lady would a large interview using National
PERINO: I don't think folks are that will interested.
However, the folks because audience are generally young people who probably had
never even heard of Monica Lewinsky, didn't even realize that in which happened.
And maybe they don't care. But, an individual know, it's just -- it's different, I
think, for any young woman in order to go -- to consider happens and say that she was
more than romantically inclined when compared with others. It's maybe not something I
would get said.
BOLLING: You're right. The Lady got the standing ovation.
GUILFOYLE: But the lady minimizes it.
GUTFELD: She claims in the speech that she had been the first victim involving the
Internet, which in order to several extent, she's right, since which was the particular initial
conduit for your scandal.
However, an individual can't -- you cannot diminish the significance of this event by
blaming, like, Your Drudge report or even Linda Tripp. When you consider about the
alternatives, what could get happened. That was better that was
exposed for the public through Drudge, when compared with if a deeply flawed president had been
blackmailed straight into destructive behaviors by a foreign agent. The idea was great
that this got exposed, since if this have been discovered by simply somebody else
who wanted to do injury to our country. Precisely what would Clinton get done?
Clinton would have done anything to save his sorry butt.
BECKEL: Well, you're proper about the main one that has been -- they've been very
(UNINTELLIGIBLE) when in which took place. A Lengthy Time as well as many years ago.
BOLLING: Highly achieving millennials. Right.
To Colorado the place where a Democrat and incumbent senator Mark Udall finds himself
down in the polls for you to Republican challenger Cory Gardner. Preserve in which in
Now, certainly 1 of the actual stuff you try in order to find within an elected official may end up being the ability
to feel on the own feet. Here's a good example of not necessarily that, watch what happens
when the senator was motivated to name 3 of the most influential textbooks in
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SEN. MARK UDALL (D), COLORADO: So the particular three the majority of influential books in my
life. "Profiles inside Courage," the -- allow me to consider -- we are generally in a new position to play this over
right, or perhaps retake this?
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Well, let's go back again to become able to -- what with regards to -- what about
music? What's the last song a person listened to?
UDALL: I'm mind dead today.
(END VIDEO CLIP)
BOLLING: Let's deliver it around. Greg, cringe worthy.
GUTFELD: What are you going to do? The Actual worst part of this may be when he
thought about the answers, he had to fabricate them in order that they were
linked for you to Colorado. Consequently he couldn't really step out of the mind frame of
being a politician. He couldn't say what his favorite book was, which usually was
"Joy associated with Hate," certainly 1 of my books. And...
BOLLING: "Not Cool."
GUTFELD: Yes. "Not Cool" he loved. Yet it was not listened -- it didn't
happen in Colorado. Yet this Republican is so stupid -- what they're
telling me is, he's any Democrat. Oh, never mind.
BOLLING: Dana -- let's -- Bob.
BECKEL: Dana's coughing.
BOLLING: All right.
BECKEL: Look, I really feel sorry for Udall.
BECKEL: This will be one of probably the particular most -- simply because this guy may be campaigning.
It's down to two weeks. This specific guy provides probably been operating 20 hrs a day.
It happens. The idea happens.
PERINO: Every candidate needs a response compared for you to that question. It's Campaign
101. When a sitting senator can't even arrive up with three publications he's ever
read inside his life, permit by yourself have them on his night stand, he doesn't
deserve that you feel sorry for him. That felt sorry with regard to Sarah Palin, when
she was requested what would you read, nobody felt sorry for her.
GUTFELD: Thank you, Kathleen Turner.
BECKEL: I comprehend it. I stated I understand it. The Actual guy is probably
exhausted. that transpires with candidates. It just does. I mean, don't
PERINO: Let in which be considered a lesson, EB2016. Have Got an answer to that will particular question.
BOLLING: But I feel Greg's right. I honestly feel that he couldn't find
three books which were associated to end up being able to Colorado.
GUTFELD: Yes, it is strictly what he has been trying to do.
GUILFOYLE: Listen, that was disturbing. It's not a great moment. That
BECKEL: When have you been planning to -- when are anyone currently planning to announce your
BOLLING: Let's do this one. last night, superstar quarterback Peyton
Manning do what simply no man features actually done before. Watch.
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: And Manning guns it, and it may end up being the winning touchdown.
You get just witnessed history. Along With in which touchdown, Peyton Manning has
become the particular NFL's all-time leader in profession touchdown passes, breaking Brett
(END VIDEO CLIP)
BOLLING: All right, Bobby. Seventeen seasons. Five-time MVP, an
incredible quarterback rating. Close To 100 regarding his profession and also now 510.
BECKEL: I don't feel how lots regarding people can easily appreciate what this guy has
accomplished. In Which is actually a massive quantity of touchdown passes. Along With he's got a
good receiving court. He offers just about all throughout. Nevertheless still, this guy is --
he's the particular kind of guy which doesn't, unlike Udall, freeze within the pocket. You
know, this guy is the most deliberative quarterback I've seen. He knows
where his people are, and boom, he gets these three (ph) times.
BOLLING: Good point. And Also K.G., he's got a couple excellent a long time left within him,
too. Any couple great years. He's having a monster year.
GUILFOYLE: Amazing. I'm most in. I'm most throughout upon Manning's stock. I mean,
he devastated my Niners. It's not a happy moment regarding me. But
nevertheless, I enjoy the prowess.
BECKEL: Judging from the 49ers are generally inside the NFL, right? I'm sorry. I'm
GUILFOYLE: You recognize what, Bob?
GUILFOYLE: There's some thing seriously incorrect using you.
GUTFELD: I do not know what's incorrect together along with you people. I could not watch
GUILFOYLE: You keep going, "Blue dress, blue dress."
BECKEL: I didn't say that. You're the principal one which said it. An Individual want to say
BOLLING: Bob, are we in a position to find Greg inside upon Peyton Manning's incredible...
GUTFELD: What's using this clown auto of the show? Almost All right.
BOLLING: All right, we're likely to let it rest right there.
We'll figure it out around the break. Just About All right. the breakfast involving champions
is expanding the particular concept of such a champion is. We'll show you who
Wheaties just put about the deal with involving their new box. and keep tuned in with regard to who
"The Fivers" would put on the cereal box, whenever they could. Coming up next.
BECKEL: You know what's your true mark of your champion? Acquiring your
plastered about the include of a Wheaties box, associated with course. Greg's been there
three times. Mary Lou Retton has received your ex honor -- has been honored. Thus has
Jenner along along with other Olympic athletes.
But now Wheaties has broadened its meaning of champion and contains placed
former secretary associated with state Madeleine Albright about its new commemorative box.
All right. My option -- your option for whom you'd like to see on the cover
of Wheaties. I'm taking this seriously. I feel Bill Gates would be a
good choice. Bill Gates, with regard to kids, he's a man that worked really hard,
never got out of college, produced it.
GUTFELD: Good point. good point.
GUILFOYLE: I just like that. It's a good point.
BOLLING: Dana, you're next.
PERINO: Of course, I would choose the particular correct champion involving my family, Jasper.
Look in him.
BECKEL: Oh, no. Oh, no.
PERINO: If they're likely to broaden out the champions.
GUTFELD: Nobody would buy that, they believe it's dog food.
PERINO: Everyone would acquire that. Are Usually an individual kidding?
GUTFELD: No. They'd feel it's dog food.
BOLLING: Nobody would purchase it.
GUTFELD: You will be fired.
PERINO: I don't consider -- well, maybe I could be onto it using him.
BECKEL: All right, that's an adequate quantity of that. I'm sorry folks with regards to in which dog
in here again. Greg.
GUTFELD: All right. First, I want to explain why they put Madeleine
Albright around the cover. Simply Because folks are heading to become wondering. She's
less most likely to have the DUI. She's less more likely to beat a new spouse, along with she's
less likely to operate the dog fighting ring. They're running out of athletes to
put on there that aren't planning to buy them inside trouble.
So my selection had been an inanimate object, the Brooklyn Bridges, completed in
the 1883. More Than 27 people died creating this bridge, such as the particular designer
of your bridge, who got tetanus following obtaining his foot crushed. It's 1 of
the greatest accomplishments of men as well as women. and I feel you will need a
whole lot of Wheaties for you to develop a bridge, so which it reflects the particular determination
of humanity, as well as Wheaties must celebrate that and situation on their own as
PERINO: Did an individual think of that will when you had been watching out your own window?
BECKEL: OK. We've got to move here. By Simply the actual way, you do not thoughts (ph)
Madeleine Albright. Kimberly, go ahead.
GUILFOYLE: I pick Condoleezza Rice.
PERINO: Good choice.
GUILFOYLE: I consider she's your most...
GUTFELD: She needs to be on Rice Krispies.
GUILFOYLE: Women are usually -- I was (UNINTELLIGIBLE). I like Rice Krispies,
actually, probably greater than I such as Wheaties. Nevertheless, these people don't
have famous awesome people about the cover.
GUTFELD: They get these 3 kids.
BECKEL: All right, Eric. You're up.
GUILFOYLE: I wasn't done.
BECKEL: I'm sorry. Excuse me. Oh, sorry.
GUILFOYLE: And I think that she just may well become the first female
commissioner in the NFL. Along With boy, will the lady obtain those...
BOLLING: Big contact there.
GUILFOYLE: ... from line.
BECKEL: Eric, how about you?
BOLLING: So I attemptedto figure out who will we https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Sw_4UsvDQ4&feature=share - Royalty Free Photos - owe the particular biggest, greatest debt
of gratitude to, and I showed up using this one right here, the actual American
military. the men and women who place their particular lives around the line pertaining to our
freedom, pertaining to our totally free markets, capitalism, for our way of life. We owe
them the credit card debt in which we'll not be in a new situation to pay which could be one wonderful way
to do it.
PERINO: Wow, a person guys took this seriously.
GUILFOYLE: Yes, we did.
GUTFELD: Yes, you add your dog.
BECKEL: You took it seriously, this can be the scary part. "One A Lot More Thing" is
GUTFELD: Time with regard to "One more Thing." Here's mine.
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GUTFELD: "Greg's Secret in order to Happiness."
(END VIDEO CLIP)
GUTFELD: Copyrighted Greg Gutfeld, 2014.
The definition of accurate happiness in everyday life is in no way to get directly into items that
you can't move out of. Similar To this little fella here, if you tend to be taking the look. He
overestimated the particular size the outlet as well as underestimated the actual size his butt.
Who hasn't been there? Whether As Well As Not it's leases or relationships as well as dinner
parties or genes, you've got to become in a place to possess a way from things. Now
luckily he do get through in which hole.
BECKEL: What has been that will little thing?
GUTFELD: That was obviously a little -- just just any little hamster.
GUILFOYLE: It looked like a mouse. The idea has been extremely small.
GUTFELD: It had been dealing with the hole. the moral involving the storyline is always
find a bigger size. all right, Dana.
GUILFOYLE: I mean, a hamster (ph)?
GUTFELD: I don't know. I'm not just a rodent expert.
PERINO: I want to complete a novel recommendation.
PERINO: And inside fact, Senator Udall in Colorado, should you need a good guide to
read, I recommend this one. It's called "Glass Jaw" through Eric Dezenhall. I
read it over your weekend. When you're interested as well as work within the globe of
crisis communications or even P.R., I recommend it. That is truly a no bologna
way to look at the state of your marketplace as well as its trajectory, plus it takes
all these cliches that people should no more use. It's type of like...
GUILFOYLE: Greg would like it.
PERINO: You would like it.
GUTFELD: He's stolen my thing.
PERINO: Like obtain ahead of the story. It's a really excellent book, I highly
GUTFELD: I hate him. Thank you, Kathleen.
GUILFOYLE: All that may be done regarding "I Hate These kinds of People."
BOLLING: So yesterday afternoon, last night, Adrian as well as I had the actual very
good fortune -- have a examine the actual picture, please -- in order to commit several time
with Steve Winn and the lovely wife, Andrea. He's the gracious host. He's a
great American success story, fantastic patriot, through the way, really involved in
the American political landscape. Here's a fast small video I took.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
BOLLING: Selfie video. Steve Winn and also Eric Bolling, Steve Lawrence, check
it out. We're getting a great period only at the actual Winn Resort. What any great
place. Steve, you're a fantastic patriot.
STEVE WINN, ENTREPRENEUR: What fun. This can easily be good.
BOLLING: We're loving it. Look, we have a couch behind us, too.
WINN: That's great. This is fun.
(END VIDEO CLIP)
BOLLING: He's the self-made billionaire, man. He's a great guy.
GUTFELD: My guidance is actually when you're -- a person know, don't have selfies that
close. That's most I'm saying.
BOLLING: Well, my arm is simply that long.
GUTFELD: I observed a lot of of him.
Where are generally we? Beckel.
BECKEL: Am I up?
GUTFELD: Yes, a person are. Don't always be thus excited.
BECKEL: Bob to you.
GUTFELD: OK. Bob.
BECKEL: Thank you.
Talk regarding creating a bad day. Yesterday, the global information weatherman, Mike
Sobel stood a guest. His identify can be Ripple. Along With let's take a look at this.
Ripple as well as he's performing the particular weather, which guy's the weatherman. As Well As Ripple
is invited about for this guy to accomplish the calm weather forecast. And Also watch this.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
MIKE SOBEL, WEATHERMAN: Ripple desires to play. Minus 3 in Cloud Prairie
(ph). Your temperature are at 4, receiving in to be able to the weekend. Most right,
right. Since we obtain to the weekend, six -- 17 about Sunday. We'll always be back again with
more in only a moment.
(END VIDEO CLIP)
BECKEL: Rough day in the office.
GUTFELD: You know, I dislike that, when you go perform the weather with a dog
park, this can easily be just stupid. Kimberly.
GUILFOYLE: Oh, my gosh. Well...
GUTFELD: I hope this isn't concerning royalty.
GUILFOYLE: It is. However we now have -- are we able to obtain the weather guy out? What's
going upon here? This kind of is a lot like bizarre.
OK. Consequently within some other royal news, guess what? These People have a deadline pertaining to the
baby, the next royal baby. Really exciting, due inside April. They Will just made
the announcement the Duchess regarding Cambridge is going to be delivering her
second child. Really excited about it. you understand it. I will definitely
cover it in the wedding it happens. Right, Greg?
BOLLING: You understand what I just realized?
BOLLING: You really don't like the royals.
The Giants are playing the particular Royals.
GUTFELD: I know.
GUILFOYLE: These are generally the only royals I like.
GUILFOYLE: We're united on this.
GUTFELD: All right.
BOLLING: I meant these Royals.
GUTFELD: Yes, I realize it.
OK, set your DVR so you never miss an episode associated with "The Five." Which will it
for us. "Special Report" can be up...
GUILFOYLE: ... next.
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