each party are very worried about the way you are getting very, very down. hello everyone i'm eric bolling. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." today president obama held a joint news conference at the white house with british prime minister david cameron and pledged a united effort to fight terrorism. i want you to listen closely. one identifies the terror threat we face by name the other one not so much. >> we do face a very serious islamic extremist terrorist threat in europe, america, across the world. we have to be incredibly
vigilant. >> the phenomenon of violent extremism this is a problem that causes great heart ache and tragedy and destruction. it is one that ultimately we will defeat. >> the president also issued a plea to europe to not respond harshly following one of the worst terror attacks on its soil. >> our biggest advantage major, is that our muslim populations, they feel themselves to be americans. the parts of europe in which that is not the case. and that's probably the greatest danger that europe faces. it's important for europe not to simply respond with a hammer and law enforcement and military approaches to these problems. >> let's start with that one.
we will get back to whether or not who called them islamic extremists. president obama right there said don't respond with a hammer recommending europe not respond with a hammer. i'm shaking my head. couldn't believe he said that. >> i mean, it is a caution for these countries that have huge muslim populations that you don't want to have -- you don't want to just divide that community and force them to make a decision on which side they will be on. that worries me about this. these people are making head way to a point. now it is sort of stalled here. if they get more aggressive what are they going to do? >> they just had 17 people killed on their soil. >> how many have been saved? >> we don't know. we know there is a mass attack that they may have had information to stop and didn't. would you recommend the president make that analogy don't use a hammer?
>> not necessarily the words i would have used. i think he was trying to say to europe we have done a better job in america of assimilating our muslims. you need to do a better job of that. i'm not so sure that is the case. the scale of it on the numbers are very different than a number of muslim americans is much lower percentage wise than france. also france and the rest of europe have programs and outreach and ways to try to assimilate and assimilation is also a choice. it's not that the french people haven't tried. i think the immigrants have decided that they want to remain kind of close enough to unity. i think the president was a little too harsh on europe there. >> too harsh on -- >> suggesting -- i think he was too harsh suggesting that europe has not done enough to assimilate. i think assimilation is a
choice. >> be more like america. i don't know. no? >> i am saying the muslim population are making a choice. >> greg, it feels to me like he is just too soft on terror. >> you shouldn't like accuse europe of responding to this with a tool because they are not the ones running around with axes. he is saying europe has to do better to assimilate them. it avoids the elephant in the room, the cowardice of the establishment in confronting the danger because they have this huge fear of upsetting the radicals. they are worried about this idea of a backlash. muslims burn down christian churches and shops run by christians a real backlash that you don't hear about because it doesn't fit into the assumptions of the media. the backlash is supposed to be
us against them but it is not. it is them against us. and until you actually admit that maybe president obama should talk to bill and consult the mindset of a terrorist and find out what makes them tick. >> if he is saying you shouldn't use a hammer in europe i would be okay with it as long as he said you shouldn't be bull dozing these people into obolivian. i am shocked he stood up there and showed the difference between the two. you want to talk about that or the fact that cameron said islamist extremist terrorists. >> i don't want to get caught up in the rhetoric. president obama said they should use a hammer. they should use an ak 47. david cameron and others and the leaders before him have turned the cheek because of political correctness. now, it is a bit different than the united states what is happening in france and germany and belgium. a lot of these countries in
northern africa that are seeing the rise of islamists were former colonies. they asked these countries to send workers to come into the society and work there. they haven't become assimilated. they decided not to do that. they are also getting checks from a very socialist government. they can go back and forth. they are not working with unemployment in france above 22% for young people. they are right for radicalization. they can say whatever they want radical, islamist. it is the policies and the immigration policies in the uk and france. until cameron and others have the guts to do something policy wise they are not going to fix this problem. it is only going to get worse. david cameron this was a big campaign commercial for him. unlike president obama the reason he had harsher rhetoric is he knows people in england want to hear those words. that's why he went through the
laundry list of getting the spice girls back together, bringing beckham back, finding a wife for prince harry. what else did he tout himself doing? >> do it the way we do it here. we don't do it well at all. look at new york city. >> president obama was saying look how we do it. >> the muslims are concentrated in one neighborhood. we know that is true about virtually every post world war ii immigration movement in this country have assimilated or lived in the same area. they live with each other. that's where they feel comfortable. >> i'm not saying we are doing it right. i'm saying president obama said we do it right here. >> the reason why he said that is because so far the response to terror has been a reactive one because his priorities are not in order. he spends more time demonizing a pipeline than pipe bombs.
when you ask about this he has to down play it as though we are always getting around to terror on the list of things we got to get to. there is the environment, climate change and all of this other stuff. >> this is a great transition. president obama addressed negotiations with iran with a warning not to iran but to congress. >> why is it that we would have to take actions that might jeopardize the possibility of getting a deal over the next 60 to 90 days? if this diplomatic solution fails then the risks and likelihood that this ends up being at some point a military confrontation is heightened. i will veto a bill that comes to my desk. we'll see how persuasive i am. if i am not persuading congress i will be taking my case to the american people on this. >> he said he has his priorities and spends too much time demonizing the wrong people.
he is demonizing the american people in congress rather than the bad guys. >> for him it is never a partisan issue when he is making the point. when you disagree with him it is always a partisan issue. i think the problem for a lot of us is that we don't trust him as a negotiator. when you hear him talking about iran it is like you are watching the opposite of the world series of poker where you see the world's worst player get his clock clean by casual players who have been doing this for a while. you think he is going to give away everything including the white house. >> thoughts on this one? >> i think what greg said is really important. what is he going to give away. what is he giving away? i am wondering if he is willing to sacrifice his entire middle east strategy by perhaps working with iran. i wonder if there is a deal that has been done. we talk on this network about the time the white house has reached out. i'm wondering if he is trying to cut a deal with iran to try to defeat isis because he needs
their help. either he doesn't know how to do it so he is willing to sacrifice the security or some kind of deal with him by taking concessions off the table for something bigger. i don't understand what the incentive would be for iran now. they are running out the clock and taking a knee and saying he doesn't have the wherewithal to stop us so we will take advantage of them. >> you at this table for the last 2 1/2 years have said the sanctions against iran were working. obama pulled the sanctions and says he will warn and veto legislation that would put the -- >> we don't know whether the negotiations will work out or not. why not try? you want to bomb it right now? if we want to do that -- i understand that. we don't know the details of the negotiations. we don't know whether sanctions are having effect. we know the sanctions -- you have said the sanctions are having a massive effect.
>> i said it is having an impact. >> president obama vetoing a bill that came to the desk, putting sanctions back good idea or bad idea? >> in his foreign policy plan any deal is better than no deal. the best deal for him is the one that kicks the problem down the road for two years and the next president has to dealal with it. then he went on to say i will veto it and then you can bet that i will take my case to the american people. what bob said becomes a communications challenge. on the one hand we are telling the russians we are going to do more sanctions because we think they are effective. on the other hand we are saying to iran we will not have as many sanctions and maybe give you a break because we think that is effective. in the world of foreign policy that makes sense. if you try to take that case to the american people that is more difficult. >> tuesday night state of the union address president obama we heard maybe a preview of that
today. >> given that the white house communications office talked to politico in the last couple of days and basically said we are not really going to do that state of the union thing again and not going to try to lay out a big plan. he is going to use it as a messaging event. tune in. that will be great. >> i don't know what he will say because i think he knows what he wants to do. he doesn't want to say i don't care what you people think in the room. i am going to use my pen and veto it. i will see you in court if you don't like it. he will figure out a fluffy way to talk about the same stuff we have heard him talk about at every other state of the union. >> he has only vetoed two bills in the six years. >> why? >> because harry reid hasn't sent bills. >> i think he is going to try to find one or two pieces of legislation they can agree on. you will hear more about working
together. >> on what? >> trade and tax and maybe immigration. >> immigration? >> your thoughts on state of the union? >> it would be refreshing if he said state of the union, it is bad. he should talk about union the idea is this country unified. we can talk about issues but the fact is there is a sense of division and unhappiness in this country that he is terrified of approaching. he says he will spend the next two years on the offensive. i hope that is for america and not towards america. >> he is reaching out to the creators of youtube to try to reach millennials on the speech. he is going where he is perceived to be well liked. he said forget the adults, the kids like me so i will target my speech to community colleges and kids. >> i guarantee you two things in
the speech tomorrow night the unemployment rate and the price of gasoline because he will take credit for both. those of us think he has nothing to do with any of the numbers that are positive on those. on tuesday night state of the union. next on "the five" the u.s. was a no-show at the rally. -- it is still higher than when he took office. the rally. how does obama administration make up for the screw up? stay tuned to see who our secretary of state brought to france to apalpall
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is going right ♪ >> james taylor. we hammered dick cheney over water boarding. i confess to making ebola to make that crap stop. ♪ now ain't it great to know you've got a friend ♪ ♪ when people can be so cold ♪ ♪ they'll hurt you and take your soul if you let them ♪ >> i don't know what to say. that's intimidating. it got crazy afterwards when they made smoerz. i think kerry made a fool of himself. what they did do was reflect a 1960s ideology that fights force with feelings. what did the president think of the response with the terror attacks? let's ask the commander in
chief. >> we would have liked to have participated in the parade. i remind you that attorney general holder was in paris for an important meeting together with colleagues from around europe and the world to take a look at what we can do to make sure we are cooperating fully. i think we got the substance right but it would have been great to participate in the parade. we are delighted secretary kerry is there now. >> kerry should have called me first. better suggestions than a wimpy warbler. here is the unintended joke of taylor's lyrics. just call out my name and you know wherever i am i will come running. no, no no. that should be just call out my name and you know wherever i am i will come running in a week or so. so america once a great country led by great men is now a divided collective led by camp
counselors instead of a show of force we have show business because they are like buds. in my opinion there is one response to this. ♪ i gave my love story that has no end ♪ >> sorry. >> i ask people which song they should have picked but first i know it is kind of petty to go off on this but they make it easy. this is embarrassing. >> it reminded me of another time where john kerry made a decision that was symbolic and defined an entire campaign in the summer of 2004. president bush out chopping
brush in texas and john kerry was wind surfing. it was great. a better gift would have been to hand over to the french the cordinants. >> could it have been in a song? >> i have a song. i came up with a good one. elton john sorry seems to be the hardest words. >> that's nice. that's good. >> anyone got a lighter? >> can i say that was your best monologue we have heard. isis must be hilariously laughing right now. like really james tailor that is what you are going to do? that is what we are afraid of? there is leadership for you.
instead of james taylor maybe james hendrix. >> that might have been the worst. >> point it to isis. how about this one? not the clean version. ♪ forget you ♪ >> bob it was the thought that counts. they were trying to apologize. i'm trying to be nice here. apologize to france and make a connection. >> that was among the worst monologues i have ever heard you give. >> why? >> because people are dying every day and we are talking about james taylor. >> we sent james taylor over there. i have been talking about this
for five years. >> i think it was the french who refused to allow ronald reagan to send planes to bomb libya. the french have been wooss and not able to do anything. i think the a good idea. >> are you saying this is revenge? >> you are going to tell me french aren't bombing isis? >> would you not? >> here is the "washington post." >> happy to take a look at it. >> andrea granted i was the first to admit this was red meat if people like me. if they make it this easy at least it wasn't cat stevens. what are your thoughts? >> that's what we are going with? islam? isn't that his new name? >> they give us the statue of
liberty and we give them the statue, john kerry whose face didn't move and james taylor. president obama stood in front of the u.n. and wagged fingers at "charlie hebdo" and blamed them. we are not being a very good friend to the french. >> when did he do that? >> in 2009. >> it was very embarrassing. i don't think we should have sent anyone to give a song. what song? no song. it's not a broadway musical. you don't send a mixed tape after people get slaughtered in the street. >> same thing as they shouldn't have had a rally. >> you ask me to give a song. i found a song, "send in the clowns." ♪ where are the clowns ♪ >> i cannot believe we wasted an entire segment on a james taylor song. facebook friday ahead but
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well the oscar nominations were announced yesterday. in case you didn't hear al sharpton is not happy with the academy's selection. he declares there has been a racial shutout despite a best picture nomination for the civil rights drama "selma." >> not one person of color was nominated in these categories. that's a problem. america will be talking about the age of obama, about the age of ferguson and staten island and these will be the nominees in hollywood. >> sharpton called an emergency meeting next week in hollywood arguing there is less diversity in the nominations today than
recent history. last year "12 years a slave" won for best picture. one of the stars won best supporting actress. her former co-star was nominated for best actor and a nomination last year for "captain phillips." affirmative action for oscar nominations? >> al sharpton can find racism wherever he looks. so we did a little study. who's who on the academy motion picture arts and sciences board. 51 members 39 of them are democrats only two are registered republicans. is al saying democrats are racist in hollywood? if he wants to make the leap that there is race behind who they chose for the nominations i will make the leap saying al thinks democrats in hollywood are racist. >> if you talk to people in hollywood they will tell you that hollywood can be among the
most racist -- i'm pointing back to sony e-mails and often times the most misogynistic. we are heard often times women are not paid as much as men. >> i love that it is an emergency meeting. got to get first class ticket down to -- get me a suite. i love it. i take great pleasure watching liberals get a taste of their own medicine. most liberal celebrities believe the rest of america are gun toting red neck racists. now they know how it feels when you get smeared with that brush when reverend al comes out with race colored glasses. i have photos of you. al's grip is like he is an extortionest and extortion like pay me or you get me. >> it sounds like he wants a certain number of oscar nominations to be set aside in different categories. basically affirmative action. he is not alone.
actress jessica chas tain echoed the sentiment saying there isn't enough diversity. >> today is martin luther king jr.'s birthday. it's got me thinking about our need to build the strength of diversity in our industry. and to stand together against homophobic sexist misogynistic antisemettic and racist agendas. i would like to encourage everyone in this room to please speak up. thank you. >> you know, i would love to get a bunch of those women in a room and give them some wine and pick their brains and ask her what she meant. it sounds like there is a lack of diversity. >> i think that was a fairly courageous speech she made. there were probably some in the room trying to make a poker
face. you saw oprah thinking that was a good speech. i think the best way to solve that problem is for them to be more of them. there are more women directors and more women producers. angelina jolie was one this year. i haven't seen "unbroken" but got a lot of publicity and attention and paved the way for people like reese witherspoon. the best way to join them is to beat them. >> that's a great point. i say to al sharpton if you don't like it and don't think there is enough films why don't you start a film company? spike lee did a lot of that. he didn't have money and put it on his credit card. it is the same thing i say to conservatives. at some point conservatives whine about not enough conservative movies. rather than donate money to whatever politician start a conservative film company and get out there and change it. >> i really am missing this all together. i can't think of an industry
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andrea this is from ron s. what is it about your job that you truly enjoy? be honest. >> i love current events and i don't know i just really like the people that i work with. i really like -- you see me outnumbered. it is super fun. we laugh. >> they are great people. and they make me really happy. and kennedy. i have to say i'm really blessed. i love it. >> good. bob, this is from julie m. what advice would you give to a newcomer who would like to work on a campaign? i think a lot of young people are asking themselves this right now. >> there are a number of campaigns that need people desperately to work for them. you may have to start as a volunteer. i found good volunteers in a campaign help get paying jobs in a short period of time. you have to start. i suggest you not go to a big
city urban area. you go to a rural area and start there a congressional race or mayor's race. you have to start at a lower end of what you might consider the lower end of the political spectrum. i would say go into a smaller race. work your way to a paying job. >> can we elect dogcatchers? >> some people do. if you are looking into a presidential year should you go to iowa, new hampshire south carolina? >> they have experienced people in those early states. if you are working on presidential race i would get one down the road where it is maybe a may primary caucus and go there where you have a better chance to rise quickly. >> great advice for people. what is your favorite meal? like red meat. where did you have it? your favorite meal you ever had? >> it had to be sushi.
where is the best sushi i ever had? believe it or not a small place in new jersey. you have to understand something. sushi is very expensive in new york city. sometimes it's not the best sushi in the world either. it is the place with the freshest fish and the people buying the fish have access to the docks. they buy the fish off the dock and bring it to the restaurant. sushi in small place in new jersey. >> what's it called? >> sushi lounge. >> it's above a pet shop. [ laughter ] >> big aquarium. >> that's wrong. for greg. how did working at men's health effect your workout habits? >> you know what? i would say good and bad. you become extremely obsessed with it. obsessions are not healthy. but i did learn to work out as fast as possible so you spend as little time in the gym which means you should always do
circuit training. you don't have to wait between exercises. and then also if you cut back on your carbohydrates you don't have to exercise as much. i learned that later in life. i was working out way too much because i kept eating potatoes and bread. when i stopped eating that i started losing weight. >> we'll be right back with exercising. i get to go next. for dana. welcome to the carolinas. which do you like better new york or south carolina? that's a really hard question for me. i love south carolina. i do. i don't dislike new york as much as i did last year. >> that's not saying that much. i was like in negative territory. now i'm getting better. i just feel like i'm blessed to be able to go to south carolina so i have the best of both worlds. >> you don't hate new york. >> i don't dislike it as much as i did. >> should we do one for all?
for all from janice k. when you were kids what did you want to be when you grew up? >> a backup dancer for madonna. >> me, too. >> i still do. >> i wanted to be a backup dancer for madonna, janet jackson. >> bob? >> i wanted to get out of my house. secondly, i was into politics from the time i could remember. i watched the 1960 kennedy/nixon race. it is so much different now. i asked my father. he said one day you are going to know whether you are good or bad. >> i like it. what about you eric? >> i grew up playing baseball. i knew that is what it was going to be. i was fortunate enough to get drafted by the pittsburgh pirates. the second year in i blew my rotator cuff. i accomplished a goal. i wanted to be a pro bowl player. i did a little trading and seven
or eight years ago somebody said they wanted to do tv. >> three good things. >> three amazing careers. you, greg? >> when you were a kid what did you want to be when you grew up? >> a grown up. i was always into writing. i was a huge monster movie fan. every saturday they had a creature feature friday night in san francisco. i would watch -- i just ate up monster movies. >> how old were you when you had your first piece published? >> 20 something. 25, 24 23, i think. >> a long time ago. >> did you like tales from the crypt? >> i loved all of that stuff. i loved twilight zone outer limits, everything. >> when i was a kid i wanted to be tom brokaw.
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just a couple of weeks away and this weekend will determine who the teams are that want to represent the nfc. afc side will be new england patriots against the indianapolis colts and the seattle seahawks and the green bay packers. eric -- >> cowboys went to green bay and said i will take green bay if you take. i will do that but i want 5.5 points. she said you have enough confidence in the cowboys. i said no. this week i'm turning the table on you. green bay goes to seattle now. seattle is favored by 7.5. let's do it straight up and i will take seattle. i think seattle home team
advantage in that one. i like indy, too. >> it is getting kind of old. these are the same teams as always. i am going to go by where i have the best friends. anyone i met from wisconsin i like. i have good friends from seattle, too. indianapolis, i got to love daniels. i don't have friends in new england. >> gregory? >> it's going to be tough because you know what else is going on this weekend? glow in the dark capture the flag tonight 7:00 p.m., the university of washington seattle. meet at the red square. they have the capacity of 400. costs $5 a person. they say -- they didn't say you can do capture the flag nude but didn't say you couldn't do it nude. i leave it to you. glow nat dark capture the flag. >> you do that in your apartment
but it is called something different. >> the nudity rule does not apply. >> i want you to pick your teams. >> i think i will go with seattle even though i want the packers to win because i think they should win. i really like them and i like the fans, i think seattle will win because that is a tough stadium to play in and the defense is super duper. on the other one the quarterbacks are so cute. i think i will go with indy. tom brady is adorable but has enough rings. >> i will go with seattle again. the home field advantage has a terrific defense and most of the players on the field and they won the first game this year. indianapolis is one team that is beginning to peak at the end of the year. indianapolis of any team in the national football league is peaking. you will see four winning super
my pal al, the reverend al sharpton who never misses the opportunity to play the race card. sharpton released a statement claiming the low number of african-american nominees was due to a direct result from ferguson, missouri racism. >> hollywood is like the rockies mountains. the higher up it goes the whiter it looks. >> al sharpton can racism in a rainbow. for that, al, you are fool of the week. >> i am going to be on gretta tonight. dana is hosting. it might be okay. and then i am talking about weird stuff. >> thursday a bunch of protesters calling attention to racial oppression. they blocked traffic on
interstate 93 north and south of boston which is exciting except when there is somebody who has been in a serious car accident and is trying to get to the hospital and is dying and you are blocking the road. a bunch of jerks. you know if they were hurt they would sue. if they were hurt by the police they would sue. if somebody else dies because of their idiocy they don't care. they should be put away for 100 years. >> like the same people who don't move when they hear sirens coming. comedian steve harvey asked a question of one of the contestants on family feud and the entire studio erupted in laughter. what did he ask? >> talk to american women name something the dough boy and your man have in common? >> he is white. >> that's the best answer i
heard. >> i love steve harvey. >> we have to move it along. >> i am going to give a shout out and a big welcome to a new colleague, a friend of mine for a long time kevin cork has just joined the fox news channel. he left miami where he was the local main anchor but came back to washington, d.c. which is his first love and will be reporting for us on the news channel. we are very excited to have you. welcome to you, kevin. >> great acquisition. >> the three of the four quarterbacks. >> eric was right again. >> or as usual. >> i have been waiting for this for the longest time. i love to gamble. i love sports. there is a new place to do it. it is a place where you can place bets on not only who will win political campaigns but are they going to finally realize that obamacare is going to work?
i'll bet on that. >> hello. i'm eric shawn. welcome to a brand new hour of america's news headquarters. >> i'm arthel neville. topping the news this hour, the dragnet across europe snagging more suspects in the war on terror. greece is the latest country to get suspected extremists off the streets. new republicans starting their line-up for the shot at the white house in 2016. why it could turn into a long line and who will be in it. all this while hillary clinton is the biggest favorite among the democrats right now. will she even face any opposition and what republicans say about her. >> a sea of blue in washington where marchers