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and we will have rick's take on the european reaction from iran and the plane crash and what we know and don't know. so many fast moving parts. see you live tomorrow 10 a.m. eastern. here's "the five." >> hello. i am jesse watters with emily, juan williams, martha, and greg. it's 5 o'clock in new york city and this is "the five." >> ♪ >> president trump hitting back hard against democrats criticizing him for taking out iran's top general. liberals have been smearing the president claiming he was about to start world war iii and that the air strike was just a big distraction from impeachment. the president responding in a big way. take a look. >> the radical left democrats have expressed outrage over the termination. >> [crowd noise]. >> of this horrible terrorist.
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we have bernie sanders and nancy pelosi. they are all trying to say how dare you take him out that way you? should come in and tell us what you want to do. >> [crowd noise]. >> you should come in and tell us so that we can call up the fake news and leak it. can you imagine calling crooked adam schiff. adam, listen, we have the world's number 1 terst. we would like to set up a meeting to discuss his execution. would you be willing to meet. >> in an interview with laura ingraham president trump revealed new information about why he ordered the air strike to kill soleimani. >> don't the american people have a right to know what specifically was targeted? >> i don't think so but probably it was going to be the embassy in baghdad. >> you have large scale attacks
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planned for other embassies. if those were planned, why can't we reveal that to the american people? wouldn't that help your case? >> i believe it would have been four embassies. >> martha, imagine if president trump doesn't give the toward -- order to take him out and the embassies are under fire. he has to take that action. >> i think the debate going on is quite american and understandable in terms of people wanting to know what the intelligence was. it meet be helpful to the president's case. i think that's why the president in the last 48 hours has given more information. he was careful to say we believe it could have been four embassies that were taken out. my mind goes back to the clinton years and the assessment of the clinton years. i remember interviewing an fbi or overseas operative who told me a story when they had bin
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laden in their sights. it was back and forth between the state department and the white house. they were working hard to get him within their scope literally and were given the order to pull out. these are decisions that only the president of the united states can make. when you are told, sir, we have a target of opportunity and a window to do this. do you want to take the shot or not? >> you have to take the kill shot, right, greg? >> i don't know, i am kind of a peaceful guy. >> yes, you are. >> i have a theory about the media freak out after this event. the "times" said there is no one president has used force less than donald trump since the carter era. he is the most anti-war leader in 4 decades. that explains the hysterical response in the media. they have to capitalize on it
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because it's a rare event. this is your chance to take your shot. it reminds me when my wife gets a little tipsy once a year. that's the only time i can criticize her for drinking for the whole year. i seize on that opportunity and say look at you. she does that to me once a week. trump's war like behavior is so rare the media has to scream bloody murder. they are living under the prism of 2 ideas. it's either nothing or it's world war iii. then we would be slaves or genghis khan. trump operates between those two and creates a positive outcome that is non-war-like. >> juan, we have a positive
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outcome. no u.s. casualties. there has been de-escalation. >> but there are 2 or 3 ideas here. greg says he is the least violent in terms of using military action of any presid t president. >> in the "times." >> i am glad to hear you think so much of the "times." >> [laughing]. >> i think part of the reason for the concern is it seems like such an off the cuff action. we don't know why he did it. we don't know if this is evidence of saying why not? the pentagon was shocked he accepted that option. they offered that option to president bush and president obama. >> don't give him the option if
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you don't want him to do it. >> he's supposed to be an adult. there are options you and i say no to every day. >> [overlapping talking]. >> the point i would like to make: you have this very ugly situation where the president and people like doug collins from georgia go after the democrat. you are supporting soleimani. you think he was not a bad guy. president trump, you can have two thoughts: he's a bad guy and killing people and not up to 9-11 like vice-president pence charged. it could be a bad idea to go out and kill him because we don't know the consequences. >> now we do know the consequences. >> we don't. >> it's been the opposite of what the left predicted. the left predicted world war iii and we are not in world war iii. >> the story is not over! >> oh, gosh. there you go.
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>> you are spiking the ball before you cross the line. >> no casualties, juan. >> part of this fear is what the regime of terror wants us to do. refrain from responding in kind for fear of more terrorists actions. this is not a new war on iran. it's a new chapter on their on-going war against us for 40 years. we have treated them like a country and they are not. it's a cause. it's been a cause this entire time. they don't deserve respect. people argue and the democrats say this is the escalation. no the escalation came from iran where their increased targeted attacks on us and oil production and the loss of american life. we exercise restraint by not responding in kind especially after that drone attack.
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we should always expect that our intelligence community is forthright. but the arguments have been both ways. until now the intelligent community was infall able, the mueller report? with iran they call into question and now the escalation is it's us that escalated it. >> that's an interesting point. there is a weird wrinkle you are seeing in this story. the iranians have accidentally shot down this ukraine airliner. here's what democrat congresswoman spire said blaming trump. >> if this is true this is another example of collateral damage from the actions that were taken in a provocative way by the president of the united states. >> but for the escalation in the actions taken by iran, there
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would not be 176 people dead today. it emanates from the killing of soleimani. >> wow! >> martha, i can't explain that one. >> that's really reckless talk. this was a missile made by russians. it was sent into the sky by iranians by all of the intelligence. it's a huge strategy that 176 people are dead. i want to point out this happened in 1988 and it was our fault in that situation. khomeini mentioned that. right before all of this happened. there was a missiles that took down a civilian plane and we claimed responsibility in 1988. this is a tragic situation. to put the blame on president trump when it's an iranian missiles it's just in really bad taste. >> the story of the middle east is the story of collateral
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damage. we have watched decades of innocent human suffering. iran behind a lot with their militias and what nay are doing in different countries. they turned that region into a big game of whack a mole. if you had a child bullied every day and finally punched the bully. it's your kid's fault for hurting him. no, if that kid did something after he got beaten up, that's on him. in the modern era of trump derangement people are saying the dumbest thing. it is an illness. >> that missile attack doesn't say anything about trump's presidency. it speaks to iran's incompetence. their anti-aircraft radar was on because it was during a missile
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attack on us. they saw an aircraft they didn't have the identity for and they shot first. soleimani used to travel on huge planes surrounded by hundreds of individuals to protect himself. >> that's why our window of availability for him was so short. that collateral damage that's their process. that's not hours. >> yes. the united states goes out of its way to make sure civilians are not affected. terrorists hide in churches and mosques and schools. we do the best we can to not target civilians. it's the opposite of what iranians. >> sometimes tragic mistakes happen. you have to look at the situation this way: jesse we know that the administration was targeting several iranian officials. they didn't have success in hitting some of those officials. they got soleimani. but they didn't get the rest of them. we don't know the extent.
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we still don't know justification for what the action -- >> now you are mad they didn't get more? you were mad they got one >> we don't know. the american people are not involved in a legitimate discussion of was this justified? the consequences coming? i don't blame the u.s. for shooting down that plane. that's a mistake made by what happened by the iranians. we should know as americans as active citizens of this democracy why that action was taken. >> watch laura ingraham, juan. next president trump unleashes a blistering attack on the democrats as he prepares for impeachment. more on that next. >> ♪ it's time for the january sale on the sleep number 360 smart bed.
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>> ♪ dc >> house speaker nancy pelos plans to send the articles of impeachment to the senate next week. president trump says he is ready for a fight. watch this. >> i did nothing wrong. they don't know what in the hell is going on. it's so weak, she doesn't want to put in the articles it's so weak. they are so pathetic. we could have them lined up, adam. you little pencil neck. >> [laughing]. >> 9 inches. >> [cheers and applause]. >> he buys the smallest shirt
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collar you can get and it's loose. i said we have to have where is hunter as a witness? that's his first name impeachment made his first name where's. >> let's unpack that from last night. juan, in terms of nancy pelosi turning over the articles of impeachment next week. do you think that she regrets the path she took because this has left her some surprises. >> i agree. i don't think he will be convicted and removed from office. but she slowed down this process and a lot of people on the republican side wanted it to be quick. >> the democrats wanted it to be threat. they said we can't take the time to go through the legal process with john bolton and mulvaney.
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>> they succeeded on three levels here. one is they made president trump wait and they caused attention to fall on moderate republicans in the senate whether or not they will support the idea of bringing john bolton who had firsthand knowledge of what took place before them. also, if you saw the president last night at the rally, i don't think he is jumping up and down and screaming about pencil neck if he was not worried about impeachment. he doesn't like being impeached. he thinkses this is a negative going into reelection. >> that's an emotional strategy on the democrat's part. we made him feel goo. we made him feel good. i told the democrats on this show. you know how the movie will end. he won't get impeached.
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his numbers will go up and your numbers will go down. that's what happened but they didn't listen. their emotional framework prevented them from seeing the facts. the democrats are like iran. they need operation saving face to get out of this mess. the equivalent of shooting bombs into a field so they can leave this mess with minimal self-respect. >> trey gowdy was on last night on "hannity." he said this is about flipping the senate. that's the goal at this point through this war of attrition and barrage of information to make races tougher for gardner and susan collins. >> well, that failed. >> we don't know yet. that will be determined in the fall. >> it's dead wrong. if you look at the democrats, nancy pelosi send it over right now. feinstein and king said it. democrats in the house and the
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senate said hurry this up. i don't think any moderate republicans in the senate felt any pressure from nancy or the media and are worried about re-election. that might have been the strategy but that failed. during the election in 9 months, impeachment won't be in play. they will talk about the economy and iran and whatever else happens. this made pelosi look weak. she said she had leverage she never and said she could squeeze concessions out of mcconnell. she got no concessions. she ended up caving and held the articles for 2 weeks and lost the momentum for impeachment and made herself look less powerful because she sat there blowing in the wind. accomplished nothing she promised. now this is a foregone conclusion. not one republican will vote against it. fact 2 to 3 september democrats will vote with republicans. >> we will see if they can drag
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it into the election phase. i think you are right about the american people. looking forward to the election, where's hunter and hunter biden and locker up resurfaced. is that wise? >> for the debates everyone will tune into watch. it will be absolutely entertaining. trey gowdy has a great point. the strategy is transparent and obviously an impeachment won't work. the strategy is to neuter the second term. that was his language to prevent judicial appointments. the embodiment of the strategy on the left is congressman adam schiff the chair of the house armed forces committee and went on cnn and said it's time to pass along the articles of
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impeachment. immediately issued a retraction. clearly nancy pelosi called him. the senate races there will be no question whatsoever. >> i can't believe the democrats didn't listen to greg. >> elizabeth warren mocked after busting out dance moves on the campaign trail and she is now offering dating tips next. was a federal judge in guatemala. he was an advocate for the people... a voice for the voiceless. bring your family history to life like never before. get started for free at ancestry.com these people did, thanks to somnapure. somnapure from force factor helps you fall asleep faster, stay asleep longer, and wake up feeling refreshed. don't be a zombie - get somnapure. available at retailers nationwide.
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you are better than that. >> plus the internet mocking senator warren after she showed off these dance moves. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> [laughing]. >> oh. >> emily, do you want to show her how to do it? >> no, i thought that was cute. she was having a ball. that's awesome. it's awkward but asome. the dating thing what matters is being real over being down or woke or cool. she didn't get it right. the guy already ghosted up the girl. he already did but she doesn't know what that meant. >> for an old man -- >> [laughing]. >> wait a second, martha.
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isn't she saying to the young woman, forget that guy? >> this is so ridiculous! juan, can you imagine someone asking eisenhower, do you think i should break up with my boyfriend? it's so ridiculous. this started with boxers and briefs and mtv. love the country. that's what i am concerned about. i am serious. >> let me tell you something. i think we are wrong. i think people -- it's less policy and more person. they want to have somebody they can relate to. someone they feel that guy or woman, i feel like them. i want to have a beer with that guy. >> i think you are right that a lot of people care about it.
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we as a nation need to ask if we are prioritizing the right things? >> trump forced everybody into discovering their authenticity. even if you are like liz and you have known. her whole life was a fraud. she stole other people's heritage so i will give dating advice or dance. that dancing thing is not her fault. they have to stop playing "respect." play songs like that you can't dance to it. trump plays "you can't always get what you want" because you can't dance to it. "respect" is the wedding song. >> we say forget the twitter mob. they don't reflect what most
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americans think. >> greg can't dance. >> how do you know that? you have never seen me dance. >> because you don't dance because you can't dance. >> i am such a good dance i keep is secret. i could dance you into the ground? [laughing]. i would like to see this. >> he won't do it. >> i am so good, your eyes don't deserve this. >> all right, all right. >> lou dobbs asks me i will do it. >> more fallout in the megan drama. the fastest-7 next. >> ♪ >> ♪ i love rakuten, it's basically free money. it's an easy way to earn cashback on the stuff i'm already buying. when you have a child and they're constantly growing out of clothing, earning cashback from rakuten just makes everything easier. sometimes it's 3% sometimes it's 8% but you're always getting cashback. the way cashback works on rakuten is so they get a
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prince harry and megan markle could be punished for defying the queen and oprah clarified she had nothing to do with their decision to step back from the royal family after it was reporting she advised them on the move. juan? >> i am puzzled. i think harry after his mother's death and the way the media just attacked her, i think he is traumatized. for him it's his wife, as megan says i will getting tired of all of the paparazzi and publishing the letter to my dad. he said -- think he is fifth in line. >> seventh. >> i am 13th. >> greg is 13th. why i am putting my family through this? i don't need it. >> way to break it down, juan. >> i think they showed a lot of disrespect to the queen. i respect the queen a lot.
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i think she should be respect. >> my god, you are so bad. >> if i was born into a royal family like this or married into a royal team, the last thing i would do would be leave! i would be ordering people learned all day and having the time of my life. >> what do you think? >> going back to the elizabeth warren neary. -- theory. it doesn't matter how you feel. it's about your duty to the country. the queen was a young woman when she became queen. she said my whole life will be devoteed to serving my country. all of these young men serve in the military in the royal family. walking away from all of that. i have zero inside information. i am not oprah and don't talk to them about this. i think he will regret this. >> greg? >> the thing that bugs me.
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ever since brad pitt we added this exit thing. meg-it. it sounds disgusting. i reached out to the royal family and offered myself as a surrogate to replace these ungrateful brats. i lived in london and wrote a book on england. i love black pudding. i won't corner teenagers at at a party. i will be the prince you never had. >> greg gutfeld becomes a member of the royal family. it could be a new reality show. it's a lost opportunity for them to make the monarchy a new chapter. they just checked out really early. they have been there for five seconds. >> if we run into harry and megan in the city in a restaurant, do we have to bow? >> not you. >> can we just shake hands? >> you are not a british
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citizen. >> [overlapping talking]. >> [laughing]. >> we don't want monarch trump. >> you always have to put trump into this. >> he brought it up. >> oh! >> all right. >> next topic, nanny state alert. a new bill would banish cellphones for anyone under 21. the lawmaker said it's about making a point but likely a horrible solution to the problem of young people driving and getting injured. what a ridiculous law. >> it's not just young people. everybody does it. >> but this is for those under 21. >> i think it's unfair. i think it impacts the formation of their brain.
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are cellphones like alcohol or tobacco? we don't know that. >> right now texting and driving, accidents are overtaking drunk driving. banning things to make a point never works. you can ban things like murder and incest and obvious things. this behavior is not bad. it's the extensions of the bad that are destructive. you have to make texting and driving as punishable as drunk driving for everyone. >> i don't think the government should have the say over this matter. i think it will come from families. i predict you will have enclaves that are tech free. if you want to raise your kids in this neighborhood and go to these schools, nobody will have a cellphone or an ipad until they are 18. you will see the cropping up of communities that are banning
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texts for kids. >> a community on the east coast is technology free. >> they are called the amish. >> no, it exists but they are real weird. >> i am talking about an extension -- there are schools like this in california where a lot of tech guys, their kids are going to school that don't allow any technology until they are 10 or 11. >> hypocrites. >> it was like impeachment. they did it to make a point and knew it would never happen. >> there you go. >> point well taken. the world's top athletes are gearing up for the 2020 summer games in tokyo. they will have sleep on recycled beds made out of card boards. if i trust anyone it's the
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japanese. i am sure it's more comfortable than my bed at home. >> really? >> there is a mattress too. for anyone to demonstrate a decreased carbon foot print. >> think about the problems that they are not trying to solve. the issues they will come up with more drugs and all of the gender stuff going on. you have men who are now women participating against women. that's the stuff you have to deal with in the future. not carbon foot print. >> and the russians won't be sleeping on these beds. band from the olympic. a bunch of dopeheads. >> jesse is back and other than ever. >> because i didn't look at a cellphone for 10 days. >> that makes such a difference. >> you went to mexico?
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>> i did. guess that wall didn't matter. >> [laughing]. >> flew right over it. >> all right. stay there. "fan mail friday" is next. i am totally blind. and non-24 can make me show up too early... or too late. or make me feel like i'm not really "there." talk to your doctor, and call 844-234-2424. (sensethe lack of control when iover my businessai, made me a little intense. but now quickbooks helps me get paid, manage cash flow, and run payroll. and now i'm back on top... with koala kai. (vo) save over 40 hours a month with intuit quickbooks.
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>> "fan mail friday" answering your questions. first one from mary why. what do you most hate to shop for? >> food. >> really? >> yes. i end up with may more than i wanted and the bags are heavy and i have to put it away. >> i love shopping for food. martha, you can send it to your apartment. >> i don't do that. i load it in the car. >> the bag hurts my hand and my shoulder. i have to take a break on the way home. i ship it to the apartment. >> i throw did in my pants and leave. >> juan? >> it appeals to my anxiety to go car shopping. >> i hate it. >> i think somebody else is getting a better deal on this
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car. why did i pick this car? i should have waited and got that car. or they are selling me. there is so much marketing. >> emily? >> i like shopping for everything unless it's something boring, like i have to get a hardware item and i hang out in the paint department and bring my dog. >> the paint department smells awesome. if there is no ventilation, it's a cheap high. >> [laughing]. >> what i had to buy this week and i lost an hour. i have to buy checks. when you run out of checks. >> you can order them online? >> no, they froze my account. >> why? >> what was your last transaction? i don't know. >> just look on your phone. >> i don't have it on my phone. >> i am still mad at my bank.
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it drives me crazy. cherry says what noise drives you crazy? >> i have small ears and tiny eardrums. the loudest noise shatters my hearing. >> how do you do your show? >> what. >> a siren at close range. >> can we ban sirens? screw the sick and the people in harm's way. >> [laughing]. >> turn that siren down a little. >> juan? >> well, new york in the middle of the night. man, these garbage trucks backing up. beep, beep, beep. what are you doing? >> they are picking up your garbage. >> yes, when i am trying to sleep. people who leave their turn signal on and you are in the car. you want to say what about your turn signal?
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no, that's back seat driving. >> construction noises and other people's cellphones. other people on the phone. any noise in the car. >> human beings? >> [laughing]. >> any sound from a human being makes me sick. >> we had radiators and it the heat came through -- >> i love that sound when you are alone. it's like having a ghost with you. i hate the sound of other people's music because it's not good. >> because you didn't choose it. >> it's terrible. everybody listens to the same crap. >> imagine how we feel about your music. >> "one more thing" is next. ♪
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it's time for "one more thing" and the reason i haven't been here for a few days is because emma and i got married. there is the ring. there we are in florida. she looks beautiful. everyone keeps saying that i've out kicked my coverage. it was a beautiful ceremony. my daughters celebrated. my friends and family are there. greg was there. showed up a little late. >> i guess he wasn't dancing. >> didn't quite make it on time. he didn't dance. >> the invite said 5:30 p.m.! i'm outside looking at the balcony and i see the wedding happening and i'm looking like, it's 5:15. my wife is going, what's going on? the wedding is happening!
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i had to sit in the back, me and elaine are sitting in the back. it was the most embarrassing thing. >> did you lie about what time the ceremony was? >> greg only got one invite. everybody else got a different invite. on "hannity" tonight, check that out. we've got exclusive photos of bill clinton in jeffrey epstein's private jet. go check that out. >> tomorrow night, ""the greg gutfeld show"" 10:00 p.m. now it's time for this. >> gregg's of marianne. >> let's look back fondly of some of her greatest moments. i love you, marianne. >> new zealand come up they want to make it the best place in the world for a child to grow.
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i want to tell a girl, you are so on. >> had a cat in the front yard... >> going to deal with his dark psychic force. >> mr. president, if you are listening, i'm going to harvest love for political purposes. i will meet you on that field. sir, love will win. >> love always wins with marianne williamson. anyway. >> i can't believe she dropped out. >> you're hurting over marianne williamson... >> she seemed like she made the most sense of all the candidates. >> she ran on love. >> how could you not love that? >> what do you think? reality or fantasy? fantasy or reality? take a look at this video. >> i'm bernie sanders. i'm white. can't help it.
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>> that's comedian larry david imitating bernie sanders on "saturday night live." now, if you thought that was crazy, take a look at larry david with the doppelgaenger in real life this morning. >> if you become president, you've got to be flying back and forth. it's not going to be easy for me. it'll be great for the country, terrible for me. >> a good job for your complaining! >> i think larry david is as good as alec baldwin is imitating donald trump. >> my new book is "unknown valor," a story of a family positive sacrifice from pearl harbor to iwo jima. very exciting. 776 anniversary of iwo jima, makes people look back and remember the heroes, stories,
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importance of it, pass these stories onto your children put it all started because i have letters written by my uncle who was killed there at the age of 18. these letters have been moving to me my whole life and through this journey i actually found two of the man by his side when he was killed. it's been an extraordinary expense for me and i hope you'll enjoy it too. >> congratulations. >> emily? >> watch this. if very tell mama between two sweethearts. a fairy tale moments between these two sweethearts. >> will you live happily ever after with me? >> yes! >> hi! >> what happened? >> that's filmmaker lee lacher -- basically, what he did was he hired an animator to draw him and his girlfriend into the disney's "sleeping beauty." in the movie, the guy tossed the
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ring out and pretended to catch ed and propose right there >> way to nail it. have a good weekend, everybody. >> bret: good evening, welcome to washington. i'm bret baier pretty good evening tonight. president trump says that the iranian general taking out a week ago was planning to hit several american embassies. the evening, the president continuing to defend the order and in punishing iran under new economic sanctions. john roberts begins our coverage tonight. >> good evening to you. started this morning when the president appeared to reveal previously undisclosed intelligence by saying that soleimani was looking to blow up our embassy. white house officials initially said the president had been talking about the

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