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politics is get women no politics. >> a woman in women's empowerment. >> if we are serious about building a bigger, stronger america we need to be sear ruse about newer touring our girls. >> cops, first responders, healthcare and girls around the world. >> hillary devoted her whole life to making sure women and children have an even shot. >> to all the women and especially the young women who put their faith in this campaign and in me, i want you to know that nothing has made me prouder than to be your champion. >> now, a stunning report claims clinton kept the senior advisor on her 2008 presidential campaign even after learning of sexual march rasment allegations against him. according to the "new york times" a 30-year-old female staffer accused bush strielder of harassing her.
clinton opted for administrative sanctioning instead. reportedly ordered to undergo counseling and the campaign docked his way. the young woman was moved to a new job. kimberly, now it may have come full circle, no one has been immune to the accusations. and these allegations written in the "new york times," finally reach up into hillary clinton's campaign. >> only a matter of time, right, this has been something that she has been really trying to own the mat form, to say she is for women, she is for children, she's for young girls for their voice, to help make sure that they are taken care of and aren't victimized. you see a situation like this, continuing to allow this enabling behavior. we saw with it her relationship with her, you know, husband. and trying to attack the victims there, trying to cover up misdeeds. if you really look at the historical perspective in terms of what she said and how she's conducted herself she isn't a champion of women and young
girls. >> you really couldn't ask four a story that -- for a story that was better at putting together hollywood and their situation and the clinton campaign, which hollywood supported. >> that's true. she kept some one on her payroll after being accused of sexual harassment. i never heard such a thing. [chuckling] it goes to show you, to your earlier point, she is stories are equal opportunity embarrassments. hit every political stripe. you might say hah, i knew it. then it comes back and hits your key. you can't look at it as team sport. also, talk about being compromised. these stories compromise you. what could she do about this fellow when she, herself, is compromised. how do colorado she fire a guy who's done 1/10 of 1% of what her husband has done who she is compromised. she should know sexism, she had a first hand front low seat of
an olympic athlete in sexual harassment, in her husband. she probably goes, oh, i can't do anything about this, because look at this. i don't know. >> juan, one of the things that happened to 24 young woman, she doesn't reveal her name in the story, instead of dealing with him and firing him, she had to move to another job. >> well, i don't think that's true. from what i read, he was put into counseling, and he had his pay docked, as i understand it. so essentially, at that point, he was suspended. but the problem -- >> didn't say suspended. >> no, she got a different job. >> she got moved but they stopped paying the guy for several weeks. >> my point was that, might be a cultural shift going forward for women who make accusations, instead of moving them just to another job, so they don't have to deal with the guy any more, that is what happened in 2008, she got moved.
>> well i think there shaubd process. -- should be a process. we talk about idea that not everything is harvey weinstein. there should be a proses, they should be able to hear what he has to say in his own defense. to my mind, the idea that she kept him there, is an opportunity for conservatives to secure her as a prime example of liberal hypocrisy. if that's what the point is here, i think you know what? conservatives, you win this one. because guess what, looks to me like liberal hypocrisy. [laughing] i will say it's not fear, some of my colleagues say hillary clinton had to put up bill clinton and therefore excuses. that's not what happened. and i will say most american women trying to keep their marriages and families together will put up a whole lot of nonsense. so, you know, what i don't think that's fair. but you know what, if you want to delight in this story xwoeshgs for it. >> i don't think anyone is delighting. >> well that's why we're doing this story.
>> i think from the democrats' point of view the contrary story today has to do with steve wynn, and the vegas mag nate, who is in power as the finance chair of the rnc. >> that story in the wall street journal broke within the same hour of this story in the new york times. >> of course. steve wynn has been in republican politics, this happens on both sides of the aisle. hillary has always been for one thing, hillary clinton. her campaign manager recommended that this guy be fired. this guy is not just an advisor, he was the faith advisor. >> spiritual advisor. >> i'm an old school baptist boy, i knew about half the bible at one point, all have fallen and fallen short of the glory of god. everyone sins. but if you are the faith advisor and accused of kissing people and suggestive e-mails during the middle of the night maybe the standard should be higher for you.
as opposed to what she did for her husband, excusing it away, she gets moved and she gets training and some counseling. but put back in his position. is warrior to be believed? only when it's some one else's problem? is that the hypocrisy. it isn't a scoreboard, juan. but it is important to point out she ran her campaign on being a champion of women. history is riddled with women -- >> at the to. show, pete, the montage, i was waiting for her to say any time a woman says something then the guy has to be thrown out. well, she didn't do that. that's not what she said.
she said her campaign encouraged and inspired women, especially young women and she was a role model. >> every survivoror of sexual assault deserves to be herd -- >> she was heard. >> except for juanita broderick. that should have been there. >> what she did pales in comparison to the things that happened before and how she treated people that had accused her husband. it is, it's called american values network? >> very prominent organization. >> sounds line one of those organizations that are in a made for tv movie. he was doing the wrong kind of praying. >> not everyone is a -- perverts are everywhere. or you can find people who commit these problems everywhere. it's not just movie producers. >> kimberly, going forward, not going to turn the page and go
backwards, not goinpindust ice been everywhere. >> we're seeing that evolution -- has been swift and immediate. what does hillary clinton do going forward, is she going to try to capture the mantle here and acknowledge some wrongdoing or mistakes and how she handled things in the past? to try and restore credibility. that's the point, she has, been the one that positioned herself as sort of the face of this movement and being supportive of could women. if you're going to campaign, who you are, then your conduct and the way you comport yourself should be consistent. >> part of the way she lost. she looked at things that might make people attracted to her but they're manufactured ish ewing or based on the history that doesn't comfort with those conditions. people saw through that. candidate trump wasn't perfect on those issues they forgive him for candor and authenticity as opposed to masking over. >> i was following you until that point. >> until that point? >> yeah. [laughing] grabbing a woman in that way is
excusable but not -- >> he came out -- >> not going through a legal process where you say it's good for your company, it's okay to excuse donald trump and now the porn star but not hillary? >> locker room talk is different -- >> locker room talk? >> how he explained it. >> he said that he assaulted women, that's what he said. >> well, he never said that. >> are we going to parse the words? >> i think we're going to have to. from what i remember, which by the way i condemned when he said it, was that he was talking about when you're in power you can grab women and he said -- >> he said "i". >> he said "you." i think he said you. this is the problem with this, when you go down there road and talk about this crap. >> there's no question about the porn star. i don't think there's a question. at one point, you say, oh -- >> are you sex shaming her?
>> who? >> because she's a porn star? s that bother you? >> sounds like it. >> sounds like you're sex shaming her. >> i didn't get that. >> but i appreciate your input. >> that was the idea. [laughing] president trump is slamming reports he once tried to fire special counsel robert mueller, new details next. ♪ ♪ alright, i brought in high protein to help get us moving. ...and help you feel more strength and energy in just two weeks! i'll take that. -yeeeeeah! ensure high protein. with 16 grams of protein and 4 grams of sugar. ensure. always be you.
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>> dana: president trump pushing back rldz had to a report that he ordered the firing of special counsel robert fueler last june but backed down after the top white house lawyer threatened to quit. >> did you want to fire robert muler? >> fake news, fake news. typical "new york times" fake story. >> this programs as justice department inspector general uncovered the missing text messages between fbi employees wrchlt they trying to protect hillary? this message certainly suggests so. it shows paige telling struck she may be our next president, the last thing you need is going
in there loaded for bear. meanwhile the chairman of the house oversight commission says the tech confirms the bureau's bias. >> it's clear they did not wanted her chargeted. they wanted her to be the president of the united states. they really, really didn't want donald trump to be the president of the united states and they concede that they did things differently in this investigation for many other investigations they were part of. >> all right, dana, you know interesting developments coming kind of rapidly one after the next this week. what do you make of it and where we stand? >> well, again, i still want to be -- maintain what i have said from the beginning, i want to wait until it's over. but it is inevitable we'll talk about these nuggets as they come through. a couple of things, i don't have any reason to not believe the "new york times" and i don't have any to not believe trey gowdy. i haven't seen the texts, haven't talked to the people. i do wonder about the leak in the "new york times," i was
trying to think who does it benefit, right? and it could be that this is all going to come out anyway. and that will be what it'll be. but ee also a realist. what happens the two lovers at the fbi in their text messages want clinton to be president and hate president trump. but guess what, sorry, greg, trump becomes. . also could be the case that president trump thought about or wanted to or ordered and backed off firing mueller. but that didn't happen. we're talking about a lot of things that could have happened but we're not -- they're not actually the reality of what is actually today. >> okay. greg? >> we were talking about something that didn't happen, you're right. here's a discussion in which the media is surprised that donald trump mentioned firing somebody. the last half of his career he is known for talking about firing people. >> every other sentence. >> to him firing people is like a cat playing with yarn, what he
does. this is the other thing that drives me nuts, i remember on a load of different cable shows talking about the firing of mueller. will he or woents he. it was -- will he or won't he. it was a topic of conversation, probably a bad thing, he shouldn't do this. he's listening to this stuff. people are shocked that maybe he mentioned it? that's garbage. other thing, and i'm going to quote a friend of mine who said this, basically what the media is doing is waving a red cape in front of a bull and then they're shocked that he charged. basically, that red cape, is this insinuation of an investigation in which people are saying there might not be anything there but we're going to annoy you and bother you about an investigation. that is the red cape. so suddenly surprised that the bull, donald trump, charges. basically what you are doing is are you creating a criminal by investigating an innocent man. constantly chasing somebody,
telling them and investigating them and he says something like, oh, they should be fired. and they go ah-hah, obstruction. we didn't get on you collusion but we have you on obstruction. >> that's what they do, right, whether or not it's not the crime, but they'll get you lying to the authorities. >> i earned lot of guess-whats from juan on that one. >> i was listening on you with intensity. i must say sometimes you educate me, brother. like, wow -- >> many times? >> i just don't see the world that way. i'm listening because it's interesting. but i must say to me, i'm struck by the idea that this is just the latest example of what looks like an obstruction of justice case. if he fired comey, right, he asked comey are you loyal, he said to comey don't go after flynn, right? and now we know that he was thinking about firing mueller. and blinking. thinking. when it gets to don mcghan,
there's some dispute whether he said he would quit. but he was a stop sign saying hold, mr. president, this could be deeper waters than we're ready to go into, pick up on dana's point, why is this story coming out now? >> exactly, the timing. >> who comes out as a hero, the hero comes out as don mcghan. >> might be protective as well. what is the reason, why would this come out during this timing. >> bill kristol had a tweet, kimberly said maybe don mcghan and trump's lawyers put this out seven months after the fact ball games the president is now considering firing mueller. >> or maybe that the special counsel released it through four second-hand sources in the "new york times" to build an obstruction case, continue to build the obstruction case they want to bring even though there's no there there. >> come on. >> you know what you can set your watch to, every time there's a foreign trip that this
president takes, i host "fox & friends" on saturday morning, we're covering a fake news "new york times" poorly sourced story and build a case based on old news. this isn't just fake news, it's old fake news. >> the story is fake news? >> presidents can talk, thought police, what is this. >> i appreciate greg's point and your point and your point. but nobody was fired. that's a legitimate point. but this is not fake news. ed henry of fox news confirmed this story. >> why is it substantial news? what does it matter. >> what does it matter? >> we've known about it since june. >> the media went wall-to-wall. we talked about this very point in june. i remember that. >> part of the reason we did is because one of the president's good friends and chris ruddy of news max was on pbs with judy wood rougher saying the
president is thinking of firing mueller. that happens on june 12. then for the next three weeks everyone from the white house says never happened. i guess that that is one of the reasons. >> what about donald trump, he said not true, fake news. >> he's disputing a 4r069 the facts -- a lot of the facts. >> he said that they didn't call for him to -- mcghan didn't order it. >> didn't order it. >> but didn't threaten to resign. >> did not threaten to resign. >> i find it everybody is so shocked by president trump saying this or that. he probably said it. i assume he says it and probably saying bunch of baloney, he's probably saying that, too. that's the person we have as president right now. >> wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute, i thought you were a trump guy. >> didn't you want him to listen to his advisors? >> i listen to him. >> the advisor who hires and fires people for four decades,
you expect him to sit and go, by all means, let me help you with your investigation, let my sit back? he's going to fight back. >> the guy is a liar. we shouldn't trust him. >> the guy does not tell the truth in a lot of places. >> oh, okay. >> i know that. >> is he a liar or you don't trust him to tell the truth? >> we know, we know when he doesn't tell the truth. >> apparently often. >> he's a transparent person. you want him to listen to his advisors when he does, and doesn't do the thing -- >> i just like to know i can trust the president. >> i want to know that i can trust the press. and you have four unnamed second-hand sources in the "new york times," timed nicely over the top of the texts that are devastating, the investigation, might be a little there there too. >> i was going to add one thing about greg that, he's been in business for four decades, he's hired and fired a ton of people, also been a part of either suing somebody be on being sued and having to give depositions, he's well aware of how the justice
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>> the white house released a new immigration proposal including a pathway to citizenship for nearly two million dreamers, 25 billion dollars for the border wall, and an end to the diversity visa lottery system as well as sig and curveballs to chain migration. president trump says he may be open to, quote, shifting on daca nod to reach a deal with congress. some democrats, still not happy. senator dick durbin says the proposal holds dreamers, quote, hostage. house minority leader nancy pelosi agrees. >> they want the mansome for
these children to be $25 billion for a wall when we have all of the needs that we have for infrastructure, in our own country? so this is the fight that we will be having, not about people, but about values, not just about people but about values. >> so, kimberly, let me come to you. one of the angles that surprises me, obviously democrats aren't onboard. but there's strong opposition coming from people like ted cruz, who says, hey, there was no pathway to citizenship in daca and you're offering them one. or breitbart calls it evidence of amnesty dodge. you look at people who have been strong, herridge saying this is a nonstarter. >> pretty consistent with the earlier, precursor criticisms. but we have said at this table, he's a deal maker and he'll want
to get this done and get the wall done, he will do what it takes to compromise in the spirit of negotiation. people very consistent on this, from the beginning, like ted cruz and like heritage that would not to see leeway, they feel like it is a regression, giving more than president obama or somebody else. that's why they're finding it to be -- >> you think it's an opening bid? >> yeah, i think it's an opening bid. he has to do that. what happened before didn't work, right? well they weren't able to come to positive resolution. he's going to have to give something. he's also going to have to listen and heed the warnings and criticisms of his constituents and his core conservative base that came out strongly to support him in the election. he's in a bit of a tough position i don't think he minds it. he's not, you know, i guess uncomfortable or unfamiliar with being in a position like this. but you have got to be able to sit at a table and show you have
an open mind, willing to hear all sides of it. it's not nailed down in stone yet. they should be expressing their viewpoint, so should the other side. hopefulliness a way to get the consensus building. >> if the president has said he's willing to take heat to make a deal. the heat strong from the right. >> rightfully and understandably so, it's one of two things. a bad opening bid that will only get worse, went from 800,000 the original daca number, now it's 1.8 million, some say it will be four million. citizenship when you could have provided legal status at the beginning? or others say, hey, this is brilliant. you're calling the democrats' bluff and forcing their hand giving them more than they could have expected and daring them to be against it. you don't needs dick durbin and nancy pe lowsy, they'll resist. you need eight or nine senate democrats. how far can he go? there is a lot of steps, the stars for the conservatives on immigration are deep. -- the scars.
center for immigration study saying there's no new applicants for chaining my brags and visa, it provides for the continuation of thoseries until the four million people on the chain migration list. it could take 17 years to run out. >> dana, from the democrat side, they say 25 billion, wait a minute, that's a ransom demand. >> interesting, you think about president trump started on tax reform for the corporate tax rate he opened at 15%, he agreed to a 21%. so i can imagine going from 25 billion maybe down to 17 billion. economic growth of which there was a good gdp number at 2.6% gives you running room for that. it was, i think, actually border security, the republicans are on the right side of this, now, public opinion. and i think the other thing is, for the presidency they'll get a great xree miz or -- compromise and he thinks the democrats
don't want to make a deal. he can say i was willing to give almost 2 million people amnesty and the chance to become citizens. we're going to take their tax dollars, we should allow them to be citizens. the democrats wouldn't play. that is a strong hand for him right now. >> the contrary point of view, greg, is this is from dick durbin, who has been an important player on the democratic side, he said you know, it's not only $25 billion, trump wants to limit legal immigration. >> yeah, i would caution anybody to -- not to listen to dick durbin. he's an idiot. we have figured that out by now. he claims that the phrase, the phrase "chain migration" is racist because of the word "chain." i guess you can't put chains on your tires during a snowstorm that, would be race interest. tires are black, obviously you hate blacks. that's how dumb this guy is. he's an idiot. i hope i fixed that for you. speaking of china migration, would i like to know what mexico
thinks about this. shouldn't mexico be applauding the end of chain migration and the end much sanctuary cities and the end of amnesty? these are methods that allow the fastest desertion from your country of families. people leaving. wouldn't you want that stuff to end so people stay in your country and make mexico great again? i would like to hear them, would i like, if you ask, i would like somebody to ask the mexican president, what do you think of chain migration? and also, the idea of chain migration when you think about it, imagine you're in line for slayer tickets, the guy in front is in line, and he waves in all of his pals. >> it happens. >> in front of you, that's chain migration. i'm for a pads for everyone, i think -- path for everyone but i think it's great. but no cut fees. everybody hates cutsies. what u nights everybody, the sense that somebody -- unites everybody is somebody is cutting in line. that applies to everything in life.
whether it's, taxation, everything. if you think somebody is getting something they don't deserve xwoit they ares people. that is happening, you think okay there's a lot of people want to get into the country but they're not dreamers, so what does that mean? >> i don't think that the mexicans want -- i think they're don'tly -- would be fine with keeping chain migration, if the president really wants them not to come then you have to limit the amount of money can you remit to another country. >> i would just say, i don't know why we're picking on mexico. most immigrants don't come from mexico. >> you understand the point. >> it seems to me it's always about mexico and the southern border. >> he's bringing up the relevant point that's fact-based, trying to introduce -- >> that it's racist, that's his point. >> i don't like the idea it's always picking on mexico. >> that's crazy. >> we're talking about the wall with mexico, sanctuary cities people coming in from mexico. >> what about terrorists coming
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in another shot right here, oprah appears to have three hands. "vanity fair," this happened as a result of a photoshop because james franco, accused of sexual misconduct, was edited out. you are a magazine editor, greg, if this mistake happens on your biggest issue of the year, arguably, does some one get fired? >> ironically that happens to be james franco's hand. [laughing] >> now, guys. >> sorry, couldn't resist it. but it is, you know, an open secret that some celebrities have hidden third limbs. this could be it. they're exposing a secret. [ laughing ] >> would you like to list them? >> all right, i edited a bunch of magazines where there was a lot of overtinkering. people, they spend a lot of time reee racing blemishes, stretch marks, scars on dudes. they miss, literally, miss the
big picture. this has happened with, you see misspellings on covers. really obvious ones. there they're so busy looking at the details. this has happened a lot more than you think. it happened with me, i won't get into it. >> some one get fired? >> no, i -- >> happened to you personally? >> don't we have a picture of that? >> this happened to me. >> check it out. >> we'll look for that. >> they gave me eight abs instead of six. >> how generous. >> they didn't have a picture of the 1 keg. >> i don't know, i haven't been on a magazine cover, you have. what if they photoshoped into hands or legs, how does that make the actor or actress feel? >> yeah, i don't know, i think it's embarrassing for "vanity fair" to be in this position.
but goes to show you, i'm sure oprah is like, we're not going to be on the cover with him given the current circumstance or running for president. not in her dna achlt parentally her dna contains an extra hand. but it's a bad forgive harvey n for years, now they want to e8d edit out james franco. >> more people are interested in that magazine cover than otherwise they would have any reason to look at it. >> you saying it worked?
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>> anyway, facebook friday, answering your questions. bag of fritos. but i'm old. >> i never got that. prizes? >> maybe it was burnt chip. >> you sure you aren't thinking of crackerjacks? >> no, fritos used to be a rubber man. >> i thought that was cereal? >> no, no, no. >> you're wasting appreciates facebook time. >> kimberly, did you -- did any of you have a reoccurring dream that you would like to share -- >> not really, no. [laughing] well, why? >> wow, wow, she shut down a nosey viewer. >> it's like a naked dream, i don't want to talk about it. go to school, take a test, you don't have any clothes on. >> those kind of naked dreams, got you. i was thinking of something completely different.
>> it just gets worse. >> get out of my head. >> oh, your head? >> yeah, you know. anyway, let's see. like i was dreaming that america came to her senses and republicans stopped defending trump? no, no. >> come on! >> here's a real reoccurring dream. i'm flying on an airplane and going in to san diego. if you've ever through flown into san diego. >> it's very short. >> flying between buildings, right through downtown. you're thinking, i hope that guy knows what he's doing. >> airplane dreams are scary. >> i'm on the morning show, i don't have a lot of reoccurring dreams but i have frequent dreams. the morning show paranoia, wake up at 1:30, 2:30, am i late, have i missed it. i have the same dream four times each night. >> groundhog day. >> yeah, but it's kind of fun. like bing watching netflix. >> in your brain! >> he's not saying that the dream is. >> a lot of times i get hit by a
mack truck. or i'm singing on stage and my alarm goes off as i open my mouth. >> wonder what that means. >> mine is always being late, when i was white house press secretary, couldn't find the briefing roomed and dressed in jeans. i remember, also, like being on this one, i thought it was so real i couldn't find the studio. and it was getting to be 4:58, 4:59 and i miss the top of the show. >> i get those a lot. the dream most often, i'm in a lifeboat with dobbs and kilmey and dobbs is waiting for him to fall asleep to butcher and eat him. >> ew! >> that happens a lot. i can't believe we only -- that's it? only time for one minute? okay, you're on mars, building a colony, what would you build first on mars? >> a booth room. >> i agree. >> bar. >> golden toilet. >> nice. kimberly? >> a bed.
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>> time for one more thing, mine is short but i love dogs i thought this was cute. from the american kennel club. this is piper on a pinball machine, they love to get, you know, to track things. that's what they do in their real life in their jobs. but this is a pinball machine. jasper's favorite thing is fish, i don't have a pick turn of that. if you go to instagram@danaperino, you'll find it there. kimberly? >> anybody here nutty for nutel l.a.? >> yeah. do you have any? >> on on me? >> you bring any? >> that was another dream. [ laughing ] >> we keep winning around here. everybody loves a good sale, right? would you ever expect, so people went absolutely nutty for nutella, 70% off, i was
concerned they did a sale on this, i was thinking is it going to expire? french supermarket decided to mark it 70% off, it caused riots in the grocery store, in the supermarket, because people were so anxious to buy all of the nutella. this is extremely popular in europe. >> it is. >> kids like it, too. >> i like it. >> the french like lot of weird things. >> i was waiting for you to do it. [crowd noise] >> right. so there you have it. >> i mean this is, like, basically their food costs are too high and they need more disposable income to buy things. >> normally $5.60, this was $1.75. >> a huge savings.
>> 10:00 saturday, amazing show, p.m., walter kern, carly sshimkus, kat, time for this. >> see? >> dog trying to wake big up from nap news. all right, we get a lot of these, roll to it, 28 seconds long. we have a dog, here we are, dog trying to wake up a big from its nap. 28 seconds. [oinking and grunting] [dog barking] [ laughing ] >> this is like you. >> that's terrible. i don't know who is who. >> oh, he's up. >> then he runs away. >> happy ending for everybody. >> juan?
>> so, today is national spouse's day. i've never heard of this before. but let's celebrate, this year marks 40 years since i've been happily married. >> 40? >> i know what you're thinking, boy, juan, you deserve a lot of credit. i do. >> oh my gosh! >> i want to give credit to my wife. >> how nice. >> did you just honor yourself? what's wrong with you? >> we met in a disco back when you had bell bottoms and platform shoes. >> you say you can't dance. >> today we have three children, three grandchildren and i want to say quoting stevy wonder i love you from the bottom of my heart. >> how sweet. >> we all look bad. >> yeah. i showed the dog. >> i have a hilarious moment of a 2-year-old. he's proud of himself when he jumps down two sets of stairs. this 2-year-old, look at the video, dad was frustrated she kept outsmarting him getting out from her room. he put up one gate, two gates in
the door. this 2-year-old didn't want to be in her room, scaled both safety gates and went over the top as her parents were hiding at the other ends filming it, they knew, how could she be getting out? she's 2 years old. they're fun but they can't climb like olympians. >> i was upset by that video, in a way. >> why? >> she could have got hurt. >> kids hurt themselves all the time. that's called friday. >> teaches the cade lot of resilience or skills that she can use later in life. if she gets incarcerated this will be helpful. life skills. >> like a honey badger, they always find a way to escape and get out. very smaurpt. very smart. >> ronan do that? >> oh, yeah. >> climb out of the crib? >> oh, yeah, all the time. >> i was a good climber. >> stop bragging.
>> climbing is greattor kids, you learn how to fall. you got to learn how to fall. >> you got to learn how to bounce. >> thank dpold it's friday. we will be back on monday. "special report" is up next, chris wallace in for bret. >> have a great weekend. president trump trump tells world leaders america is open for business, while ge nieing he tried to fire the russia special counsel. why is alabama considering an end to marriage licenses. whatever happened to reforms at veterans hospitals? this is "special report." moat. ♪ ♪ >> good evening, welcome to washington, i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. president trump is on his way home after a two-day sales trip to europe. he told the world economic for numb switzer land the u.s. is open for business and as america grows so does everyone else.