Watters' Words: From anti-Trump to anti-American

This is a rush transcript from "Watters' World," June 16, 2018. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

JESSE WATTERS, HOST: Welcome to "Watters' World." I'm Jesse Watters. From anti-Trump to anti-American, that is the subject of tonight's "Watters' Words." Political parties usually root against each other -- when one party fails, the other returns to power.

But the Democrats have invested so much in Trump's failure that they are now rooting for America to fail, just so Trump takes a hit. Here is Bill Maher.


BILL MAHER, COMEDIAN AND TELEVISION HOST: I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point, and by the way, I am hoping for it because I think one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy, so please, bring on the recession. Sorry if that hurts people, but it's either root for a recession or you lose your democracy.


WATTERS: So, Bill Maher wants Americans to lose their jobs and lose their money so the President's approval rating goes down? That's sick. It's easy for Maher to root for the economy to crash because he is sitting on millions, but at least he's honest.

Most Democrats disguise their lack of patriotism. Pelosi is another one.


NANCY PELOSI, HOUSE MINORITY LEADER: Hip-hip hooray. Unemployment is down. What does that mean to me and my life?


WATTERS: Keep talking, Nancy, you are costing the Democrats dearly. And after Trump returned from Singapore securing a strong commitment to peace, the media attacked progress on the peninsula.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: A summit is not an accomplishment for this American president, Brian, it is a major accomplishment for Kim Jong Un.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Something else that our own Claire Simons reported today and shared with us at 4:00 p.m. is that both men are liars. Kim Jong-un lies and he said Donald Trump lies.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: This is not a date. This is not going to work. This is not just lunch. It's not going to work.


WATTERS: I thought the Democrats were all about dialogue and giving peace a chance, I guess not. But the worst was Chelsea Handler who encored to this whopper, ready? "Putin is giving Trump talking points and actions to take to help undermine the very country he's from. We have a domestic enemy running our country, pissing on all allies, who shows fealty only to Putin. This is not America. This is Russia." And then, "I hope Kim Jong Un eats Donald Trump."

So, we have the left calling the president of the United States a domestic enemy comparing him to a murderous dictator and rooting against peace -- just because Trump is the peace maker.

And finally, our friend Joy Behar at "The View" putting the cherry on top speaking about our stricter southern border policy.


JOY BEHAR, HOST, "THE VIEW": Americans, I am not -- people should not tolerate this. This is like Germany. I mean, come on, people. Germany back, and not now. Germany is a threat to the region.


WATTERS: So, America is now Nazi Germany. It doesn't get any worse than that. Here to react, former Arkansas Governor and Fox News contributor, Mike Huckabee. So, Governor, my contention is, they have gone so far anti- Trump, they are off the cliff and they are anti-American. Do you agree?

MIKE HUCKABEE, FORMER GOVERNOR OF ARKANSAS: Absolutely, I agree. When you start hoping lose their jobs and their paychecks, their ability to feed their families, when you start hoping that we get into a nuclear war just because it would embarrass Donald Trump.

You have gone beyond being partisan. You are absolutely sick. That's just frightening that people would say those things in public, I'd be surprised if people would say them in private, and by the way, you know, the old standard is when you inject Nazism into the discussion, it just shows you have lost.

When that is what you're reduced to, the discussion is over.

WATTERS: It's amazing, they will never pay a price though. You will have Joy who insulted Christians a couple of months ago, and now compares America to Nazis. You have Chelsea Handler who basically wants Trump to die and calls him a domestic enemy. I mean, could you imagine if someone said that about Obama when he was President? I can't even believe it.

They never pay a price, though, Governor. There is no accountability on the left with this out line, ridiculous, inflammatory anti-American rhetoric. I think because there is no accountability with these people, it's pushing them even farther to the left into real dangerous territory.

HUCKABEE: Well, first of all, there is no accountability, because who is going to do it? It's not going to happen over at one of the mainstream so- called networks because they are all in.

WATTERS: Yes, the "Watters' World" has become fun time (ph) for these people. How scary is that?

HUCKABEE: That's pretty scary. But the second reason is because they only listen to the voices in their own echo chamber. There are three basic bubbles in this country -- New York, DC, and Hollywood, and the people who say these things live in one of those three bubbles and the only people they talk to are the other swells at the cocktail parties where they go pat each other on the back for being so much better than the rest of us out here in the red states, and the net result is they are becoming so marginalized, so completely disrespected by the rank and file working class people of America that they are setting up for Donald Trump's followers to keep electing other people and making sure Nancy Pelosi does not come back as speaker of the house.

WATTERS: Well, one or two people who shared the view that regular Americans are people to look down upon or some of the FBI officials who got savaged in the IG report. There were comments, something like, Trump supporters are a bunch of retards, and just really despicable stuff, I am not even going to talk about it. We are going to talk about it later in the show, but Donald Trump responded to some of the disgusting commentary by the FBI agents about his supporters. Here is what he had to say.


DONALD TRUMP, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Vicious. I have the greatest supporters in the world. By the way, they are the smartest, they are the hardest working. They pay taxes. They are incredible, they are loyal. I have the bikers, I have the construction workers, I have them all.

By the way, I have the FBI. You go into the FBI and take a poll of the real FBI. Not the scum on top. Not Comey and that group of people who are total thieves.


WATTERS: Total thieves and scum on top. I mean, he doesn't hold back, does he, Governor?

HUCKABEE: He never has and I don't think we can expect him to start now. But what he said was that when there are people who are being paid by the taxpayer, who have that level of contempt for the people who pay their salaries. Jesse, these are people are talking that way about their bosses.

In any place I have ever worked in my life, that's a fireable offense. We need to know who these people are and they need to be given their notice and sent out the door. Nobody should be getting money from taxpayers who have that level of just utter contempt for the very citizens who pay their salaries. It's beyond disgusting.

WATTERS: Yes, I would like to see the ax fall on a bunch of these people. But like -- it's been for the last almost a year and a half, you can never find the identities of these people. The names are always redacted. They put them in a rubber room or they leave with their pensions. It's totally out of control.

The President responding to attacks from the mainstream media about how he handled little rocket man over there in Singapore. Here is what he had to say.


TRUMP: I don't want to see a nuclear weapon destroy you and your family. I want to have a good relationship with North Korea. I want to have a good relationship with many other countries.

I met -- and we had great chemistry. He gave us a lot. You haven't had a missile test in seven months. You haven't had a firing, you haven't had a nuclear test in eight and a half months. You haven't had missiles flying over Japan. We are well on our way to get denuclearization, and agreement says there will be total denuclearization.


WATTERS: So, I don't believe it's time to spike the football with the summit. I mean, it's a communique. It hasn't even been ratified by the Senate or anything like that, but there is a commitment to peace, and the political will and the spirit is there, I believe.

And we'll have to let the deputies hammer out the details. But the process, it looks like the arc is probably better than it's ever been when it comes to diplomacy on the peninsula. Yet, the haters can't accept that. Where do you see the Singapore summit playing out?

HUCKABEE: Jesse, there is not a diplomat alive who would have done this the way Donald Trump did it. No one. Starting from the insults to Kim Jong Un calling him rocket man and saying he's got a bigger button than he does. I mean, all the things that everybody said, it is going to lead to war.

But, one thing I think we've all come to realize, Donald Trump has instincts that are different than ours, but 99% of the time, they tend to be better than ours and they tend to work. What we saw this week was a historic moment where you have Kim Jong-un, in principle, giving up the nuclear weapons.

But here is the fundamental difference. Donald Trump hasn't given up the maximum pressure. The sanctions are still on. The big difference between what Donald Trump is doing and what previous Presidents have done, Kim Jong-un knows one thing. Donald Trump is not a guy to be played, and If he tries to do it, he will find himself on the receiving end of that bigger button that Donald Trump talked about. I think that's one thing he's got to know.

WATTERS: So, far the only thing that America has given up, we suspended a military exercise that was planned for the fall, but that can get right back up there the minute he starts monkeying around, little rocket man with some of these negotiations.

Right now, we haven't shipped a boatload of cash over there. We haven't released any hostages like they did in the Bergdahl trade, they haven't brought the sanctions down like they did in Iran. They haven't done any of those things, yet the press is acting like this guy is Neville Chamberlain or something like that.

Meanwhile, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George Bush -- they did literally nothing. So, let's just try this new strategy and see what works. Let's get into something you and I were talking about before you came on. They called little Bob Corker, the Senator from Tennessee and he's not going to be in office much longer, but he is really going out with a bang.

He said that people that support Donald Trump, people that are running for office that support Donald Trump are in a cult. Listen.


BOB CORKER, US SENATOR, TENNESSEE, REPUBLICAN: It's almost, you know, it's becoming a cultish thing, isn't it? And it's not a good place for any party to end up with a cult-like situation as it relates to a President that happens to be of purportedly of the same party.


WATTERS: Well, first of all, he looks like a sad, defeated little man. Second of all, I don't remember a lot of Democrats running against Barack Obama for the last eight years. And what's wrong with sharing the same principles and ideals as the President who over 60 million Americans voted for. Donald Trump understood and tapped into the sensibility of the American people. And if other politicians are tapping into that same vibe, that doesn't make them a cult follower. That makes them in touch with the folks.

HUCKABEE: It's a pretty big cult, 60 million people. The nonsense of that is that, you know, Donald Trump got more votes in the Republican primary than any other presidential candidate in history including either of the Bushes, Ronald Reagan, Richard Nixon, any Republican ever.

To say that that is a cult is to insult the overwhelming majority of Republican voters and then the overwhelming numbers of people who voted for him and gave him a crushing Electoral College victory.

But, Jesse, here's something else, when Bob Corker came to Nashville where I am sitting now and he showed up at a Donald Trump rally, he was booed out of the arena. That's how popular he is because statements like that where Corker has become uncorked, it's not winning him friends. People are not agreeing with his assessment. And I frankly think that maybe he has got hurt feeling that he wasn't picked to be Secretary of State -- a job that he really wanted, but aren't we glad he didn't get picked?

WATTERS: Yes, could you imagine little Bob Corker and little rocket man over there. Pompeo has been a real blessing for this administration and he deserves a lot of credit, and just so you know, remember the messiah and the worshiping and the fainting and the tears, the guy could walk on water.
Anything he did, anything he said was just brilliant.

If anybody is a worshiper of a cult, I think that's a more apt comparison to the followers of the left's President.

HUCKABEE: Jesse, let's not forget it was Bob Corker who gave us the Iran deal. He was the one who didn't force...

WATTERS: That's true.

HUCKABEE: Into a treaty and worked with Obama to let this be an executive order. I think that's another thing that is embarrassing to him. He should be humiliated for that.

WATTERS: That's a not good thing for his legacy, and I think he's aware of that. So before we let you go, I have to play some sound of this madman, this correspondent out there at the press briefing with Sarah Sanders just you know, kind of losing his cool in a pretty juvenile way and an unprofessional way, harassing and haranguing her about the strict southern border policy. Watch this meltdown.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Come on, Sarah, you are a parent. Don't you have any empathy for what these people are going through? They have less than we do.

SARAH SANDERS, WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY: Brian, gosh, settle down. I am trying to be serious, but I am not going to have you yell -- Jill, please...

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: And they have -- these people have nothing.

SANDERS: Hey, Brian, I know you want to get some more TV time, but that's not what this is about. I want to recognize you. Go ahead, Jill.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Honestly, answer my question. It's a serious question. These people have nothing. They come to the border with nothing and you throw children in cages. You are a parent. You are a parent of young children. Don't you have any empathy for what they go through?

SANDERS: Jill, go ahead.


WATTERS: Now, I respect his passion. There is nothing wrong with that, and he has every right to display that passion, but that was a stunt, that was a performance. And take it from me, I asked loaded questions, you know, created some drama in my heyday.

HUCKABEE: What? You?

WATTERS: Yes. Can you believe it? So, I know what he's doing there. But he doesn't belong in that role, I believe. He was out of line there. I will give you the last word.

HUCKABEE: Well, he was terribly out of line. But I thought Sarah handled it -- about the way that she would her three children. She just basically told him, "Look, there is a time, there is a place."

Jesse, I wish things were different on the border. I wish things were different for those children. And they could be if you had some Democrats with the integrity to work with the President and get it resolved. He has put stuff on the table, he will get it fixed if they will work with him, but they don't want to fix it. They want a problem, they don't want a solution.

If they will work with this President, they will get one. But let me give you one other thought, this stuff about how that it's so terrible. It is terrible, but it's also terrible when the government takes a child and separates him from a mother who is on drugs and goes to prison. There are a lot of heartbreaks in this country. We ought to try to work and fix them.

But what he did was clearly a grandstanding move, and I thought it was just ridiculous.

WATTERS: And I don't know anything about grandstanding, it's something foreign to me, Governor. So, I don't know what he was doing. Thank you very much again.

HUCKABEE: Always a pleasure, Jesse, thanks.

WATTERS: Up next, shocking new text messages from the FBI. And later, why are monkeys smoking weed?

On Thursday, the Department of Justice Inspector General released a report. The focus was how the Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation was handled. The answer, it was handled severely.

Here are the takeaways. Jim Comey was a loser. He mishandled the investigation, violated FBI policy and process, severely damaged the credibility of the investigation and the credibility of the FBI itself.

Comey used personal e-mail for FBI business. Isn't that what kind of got Hillary in trouble? Comey changed the law to exonerate Hillary. Comey concluded the investigation before interviewing Hillary or her top aides.

Clinton e-mails were hacked. Foreign agents penetrated Clinton e-mails. One of those e-mails was deemed secret, high level national security stuff, and Comey downplayed this. Hillary actually e-mailed with President Obama from her unsecure private account while in a territory of and foreign adversary and Comey covered that up.

FBI officials leaked regularly. The place was a faucet. And when Hillary's e-mails were discovered on Antony Weiner's laptop, FBI agent Peter Strzok slow walked them and the FBI sat on them for a month -- very suspicious.

Probably one of the worst revelations from the report was a text message from Peter Strzok to Lisa Page which said this. Lisa Page, "Trump's not ever going to become president, right? Right?" And Peter Strzok says, "No. No, he won't. We'll stop it."

The IG said Strzok's decisions were impacted by bias and he showed a willingness to take official action to impact Trump's electoral prospects. The president weighed in on the report yesterday.


TRUMP: I think that the report yesterday maybe more importantly than anything, it totally exonerates me. There was no collusion. There was no obstruction. What you will really see is you will see bias against me and millions and tens of millions of my followers. That is really a disgrace.


WATTERS: Joining me now, former Secret Service agent and NRA TV contributor, Dan Bongino.

So Dan, this Strzok text for me is another huge smoking gun when you combine that with the insurance policy to protect against the Trump presidency. When you combine that with "F" Trump and all of the other disparaging things he said about the president. Taken in its entirety, he was running the Clinton e-mail operation. He was running the Russia collusion investigation. This investigation now is completely poisoned in my opinion. What do you think?

DAN BONGINO, FORMER SECRET SERVICE AGENT: Jesse, he -- Peter Strzok interviewed Mike Flynn, too. I mean, this guy -- I mean, he was involved. He was the meat in the sandwich in this investigation.

Listen, one thing that's bothered me, and I am glad you're harping on this is, there has been a narrative by the left-wing media, that for some reason, even some Republicans are picking up that, "Oh, this report was a nothing burger?"

I'm sorry, but your brain is a nothing burger.

WATTERS: It was a triple cheeseburger with lettuce and tomato.

BONGINO: This was a five-guys job. This is a 3,000-calorie burger. There is so much in here that to come on your show today, I had to like limit it into a couple of things. You brought up a great point though. The "We'll stop him" text you reference, Peter Strzok sent to his love interest saying, "We'll stop Trump. Don't worry, he won't become the president. We'll stop him."

It's not just that the text is bad enough. That in and of itself is a mine field for the FBI, Jesse. What's bad about that in addition is it was hidden from Congress.

WATTERS: This should have come out a long time ago, and all of a sudden now, it's in the IG report, and it's funny that you used the five guys analogy, because five guys -- men or women at the FBI are now being referred for disciplinary action for extreme bias.

So, this whole thing is tainted and the President weighed in on Strzok and Comey the all of these cast of characters the other day. Let's hear it.


TRUMP: And don't forget, all of these people like Strzok, what he did was criminal. Strzok and so many others, McCabe.

STEVE DOOCY, REPORTER, FOX NEWS: You mean the bias...

TRUMP: I mean, they all worked for Comey, and Comey knew everything that was going on. You think McCabe tell him everything, McCabe told him everything and McCabe is up for criminal right now.

DOOCY: And he's now suing the Department of Justice.

TRUMP: And most importantly, and he's now suing and it's a total mess. They are going against each other. No, I think Comey was the ringleader of this whole, you know, den of thieves.


WATTERS: Den of thieves, what do you think, Dan?

BONGINO: Jesse, I heard Trump's comments yesterday, I watched him live. And Trump is right to be upset. The liberal media narrative that there was no political bias, that's not what is in the report, I am sorry. The report is crystal clear that they could not make the determination that Peter Strzok's willing necessary to investigate Russian collusion over the Clinton probe which was pretty conclusive that there was some criminality.
They said that they could not determine he was free from bias. That is in the report, Page 3 -- I don't have Karl Rove's whiteboard, but I have my own notebook right in front of me. Page 398.

WATTERS: Yes, he is completely bias and to say that there was no political bias because they can't prove it, there was political bias, but what they said was they couldn't prove that the bias impacted the Clinton investigation. And I don't see how they can make that conclusion at all by the way Hillary was treated. Not under oath. She was treated with kid gloves. Everybody was given immunity.

So, I think that part of the IG report is just not credible. What this does though is this is just one of many IG reports. We are going to have another one on Clinton emails and then we're going to get the big kahuna, we are going to get the IG report on how the Russian collusion investigation was handled, and that looks like it is going to be an absolute catastrophe.

BONGINO: Jesse, this report already sets us up. It says at one point about the Russia probe that they can't determine Strzok's decision was free from bias, which means, John Huber, the DOJ appointee that the prosecutor that is looking into this is now teed up perfectly to look into it. You just said, the Russian collusion report, and that has the potential to be just as damning as this one.

WATTERS: And you know, we have got to go, but there are so many things in here. I mean, they have reporters that are bribing FBI officials with game-- tickets to games and concert tickets and meals.

BONGINO: I can talk to you all day about this.

WATTERS: I know. We are just getting started.

BONGINO: We could do a 30-minute segment on this.

WATTERS: All right, you know, maybe we'll have to do round two next week. Dan, I have got to run. Thanks as always.

Up next, Rodman's emotional reaction to North Korea. And later dragons gone wild.

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President Trump has said the US can no longer tolerate China's theft of intellectual property.

I'm Robert Gray. Now back to "Watters' World."


DENNIS RODMAN, FORMER NBA PLAYER: I believe in North Korea. I couldn't even go home. I couldn't even go home. I had to hide out for 40 days. I couldn't even go home. But I kept my head up high, brother. I knew things would change. I knew it. I was the only one. Today is a great day for everybody -- Singapore. Tokyo, China -- everybody, it's a great day.


WATTERS: Dennis Rodman very emotional following President Trump's historic summit with North Korea's little rocket man this week. Many say Rod had been a long-time friend of both Trump and little rocket man played a vital role in making the summit actually happen. Here with their thoughts, former Obama State Department Spokesperson and Fox News contributor, Marie Harf and former Trump's former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski.

Ladies first, so Marie, I think Dennis Rodman did more for peace on the peninsula than your former boss, Barack Obama.

MARIE HARF, CONTRIBUTOR, FOX NEWS: Well, he can be nominated for a Nobel right along with Donald Trump.

WATTERS: So he'll have the NBA Championship trophy and the Nobel Prize.

HARF: That interview though was so bizarre. I mean, look, there are very few people Kim Jong-un is comfortable talking to, and the fact that he loves basketball and has a relationship with Dennis Rodman, I think probably is bizarrely helpful in getting the US to talk to him, but that interview, he seemed like a crazy person. He was sobbing and...

WATTERS: How dare you insult the worm like that, I think the worm has all of his faculties about him. What do you think, Corey?

HARF: Do you remember when he dated Madonna. That's what I kept thinking about.

WATTERS: He "dated" her. Corey, what do you think about Rodman here?

COREY LEWANDOWSKI, FORMER TRUMP CAMPAIGN MANAGER: I think Dennis has got a lot of rebounds and maybe a couple of them hit him in the head, right? I mean, he was a great rebounding champion, so I am not exactly sure what is going on there, but there is only one person who is going to be responsible for the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula and that is going to be President Donald Trump who brought us to the table to actually have that conversation.

WATTERS: I agree with that. We will see what happens as the President likes to say. Speaking of Presidents, one of the most of controversial Hollywood A-lister thinks he could be President. Listen to Alec Baldwin on Howard Stern.




BALDWIN: I would absolutely win. I'm 1,000 percent.

STERN: Why don't you run for President as Donald Trump, that way, everyone will have everything?

BALDWIN: If I ran for President I would win. Hands down, I would win.

STERN: Because you would have the funniest, most exciting, most crazy campaigns.


WATTERS: Corey, I think Donald would be licking his chops if he got a chance to take on Alec.

LEWANDOWSKI: Look, he makes Pocahontas look like a conservative. I mean, this would be fantastic. We would love this. Look, let's put one of these Hollywood elite liberals, the limousine liberals up on the ticket and put them in middle America in those places that actually, people go to work every day for a living and let's see what the reception is going to be.

I would love to see Alec Baldwin go and potentially campaign in Iowa or North Carolina or South Carolina or anywhere where there is a military presence.

WATTERS: Has Alec ever been to Iowa? I am not so sure. And Marie, I think we found the one candidate who hates reporters more than Donald Trump. Remember, Alec's exchange with the press? Watch this.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: I hope you choke to death.

BALDWIN: Thank you. Did you hear what I said?


BALDWIN: Just answer me, yes or no.


BALDWIN: If you are here when my wife and kid come out, you've got a big problem, you know that, don't you.


BALDWIN: Maybe you are as dumb as you look. You work with Fox, right? You are the one who almost hit my wife with a microphone on the face, you didn't?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I honestly did not...

BALDWIN: Do you want to apologize to my family? I asked you a question. You want to apologize. I asked you a question. You get the [bleep] out of here.


WATTERS: Oh, yes, I mean he definitely hates reporters more than Donald Trump, right?

HARF: I think Alec Baldwin was kidding when he got asked that question on the "Howard Stern Show" and I do not think he is running for President, and there is not one Democrat I know who would vote for him.

WATTERS: I don't know, I actually think he would probably win the nomination...

HARF: I probably know more Democrats than you, Jesse. Just guessing.

WATTERS: Yes, by choice. "The Daily Show" took on feminism and chivalry. Let's see what they said.


UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I think the idea of holding a door for a woman because she is a woman. I have trouble with it. What happens when people hold the door for me? I just hope they don't end up doing it because of this idea of chivalry because chivalry is really about the idea that women are somehow weak and need protection.


WATTERS: So, Corey, they don't want the door held for them. Maybe they can pay for dinner, too. Is that what they want, really?

LEWANDOWKI: I don't understand it, right? What about just being nice to other people? Opening the door and holding it for somebody to go through the door whether it's a woman or another man or just common courtesy to somebody.

Look, I have got twin 9-year-old boys, and every time we go somewhere in public, I say, "Hey, hold the door," I don't know if there's a man or woman coming out of the restaurant, but hold the door for somebody else and have a nice way about you.

And so look? What is so wrong with holding a door for a woman whether you know her or not to say, "Hey, feel free to go in front of me." Isn't that a nice thing to do these days?

WATTERS: And we brought you on, Corey because you are probably the most of chivalrous man I could think of to discuss feminism and manners, and everything. Isn't that right, Marie?

HARF: I think right after you, Jesse, yes.

LEWANDOWSKI: I think -- look, I love women, Jesse. I think you know that. Jesse, you and I can both say we love women. It's okay.

WATTERS: We cherish them. So, is chivalry really based on the fact that women are weak, Marie?

HANF: No, Jesse, I think that you can be a feminist and also appreciate men opening the door for you. I think that you can do both. I don't care about who opens what doors, I just want women to get paid as much as men. Those are the things that I care about.

WATTERS: Okay, well, you have a long way to go to get paid as much as I am paid.

HANF: I know, any day now. Any day now.

WATTERS: Thanks very much.

HANF: Thank you.

WATTERS: Up next, Diamond and Silk take on a crazy Democrat who pepper sprays himself.

Bubba keeps putting his foot in his mouth one week after snapping at an NBC News reporter for asking whether he had apologized to Monica Lewinsky. Bill Clinton offered another off-the-wall comment about the #MeToo Movement.


BILL CLINTON, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: I think the norms have really changed in terms of what you can do to somebody against their will, how much you can crowd their space and make them miserable at work. You don't have to physically assault somebody to make them uncomfortable at work or at home or just walking around.


WATTERS: Bill later went on to say that was a good thing those norms have changed. But oh my god, here to respond, Diamond and Silk. Ladies, he just needs to stop talking about this. It's not doing him any favors.

DIAMOND, VIDEO BLOGGER: It's not. He is really embarrassing himself. It sounds like he might be having an out of mind, out of touch experience. Maybe he's trying to come clean about what he did in the past. Maybe he is trying to clear his conscience is what it seems like to us.

Listen, we know he will never probably never be prosecuted for anything. I think that he should be in a time out. I mean, they should bring the jail to him or wherever he is sitting, just put bars around him so he won't have to go anywhere.

SILK, VIDEO BLOGGER: That's right. It really looks like he's having a come to Jesus moment.


WATTERS: Juanita Broaddrick had this to say on Twitter, "So Bill Clinton thinks he should get a pass because it was 1978 when he raped me and he knows it's not acceptable in today's society?" Wow. Moving on though, Luis Gutierrez, listen to what the Congressman has to say about Jeff Sessions.

LUIS GUTIERREZ, US CONGRESSMAN, ILLINOIS, DEMOCRAT: Sessions, he just loves you know for black people to be in the back of the bus again. He loves for women to be in the kitchen. He loves for gay people to be in the closet again and for me not to have a microphone to be able to speak to anybody.


WATTERS: I don't know what he's doing with his hands, if he's knitting. I didn't get that, but probably one of the most of insensitive and inflammatory and baseless, disgusting accusations I have ever heard in my career on Fox News.

DIAMOND: Yes, what he's doing is he is acting like a gatekeeper of the Democratic Party. He is using those dog whistle slogans. You know, if people want to talk about somebody being on the back of the bus, what about the illegal aliens that come in, in a back of a truck like a cattle and they are not doing anything about that because they are okay with them crossing the border.

Or about illegal aliens being in kitchens working for slave wages, and they are not certainly thinking about that. I think we already know that they can't use black people so the next people they are trying to use is people-- illegal aliens as the new slaves of the Democratic Party.

So, we are going to ignore them and he needs to worry about his party, his self and how they only give you enough to keep you quiet, but not enough to make a difference.

SILK: That's right.

WATTERS: Luis off the rocker once again, now, another guy off the rocker, Democrat running for Congress, I think out in Colorado, yes, Levi Tillemann and he doesn't think they should be having guns in schools to neutralize school shooters. He wants school shooters defeated by pepper spray. Here is his ad.


LEVI TILLMANN, AMERICAN BUSINESSMAN: Trust me, this will stop anyone in their tracks. It's incredibly painful and now, I can't see anything.


WATTERS: I think he wanted the attention and he got it on "Watters' World." What do you think, ladies?

DIAMOND: Jesse, look, for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Make it not be your first choice, to take down a gunman, nor shoot a water gun or a sling shot, okay. You have to meet somebody with a gun with some lead and some heat. If a criminal is coming at you with a gun, you need to come back and point that gun back at him to take him out.

SILK: That's right.

WATTERS: All right, ladies, and Jerry Springer. They may be canceling his show. These are some rumors going around. This is what we are going to be missing. Remember this?


GROUP: Jerry, Jerry, Jerry, Jerry.


WATTERS: Ladies, say good-bye to Jerry Springer.

DIAMOND: By, Jerry.

WATTERS: This could be the end. Up next, this is the internet in 2018.

Social media is all about eyeballs. People will post pretty much anything just to get a like, even at their own risk. Joining me now to take a look at some of most outrageous video out there, Fox News Headlines 24/7 reporter, Carly Shimkus.

Carly, I saw this video on Instagram and I thought of you. I had to put this on the show...

CARLEY SHIMKUS, FOX NEWS HEADLINES 24/7 REPORTER: I am so flattered, I can't wait to see it.

WATTERS: And look what they are doing something to a monkey. Roll it.




UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Now, you got the munchies, huh?

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Hey (inaudible). Hey, you good? Yo, (inaudible) man.


WATTERS: I feel bad now that we even showed that.

SHIMKUS: You should because that is classic animal cruelty. In its most ultimate form. I noticed the handle of the person who posted that video. He is actually a well-known YouTube prankster who has got about nine million followers on YouTube. He has been arrested a couple of times.

WATTERS: He's been arrested?


WATTERS: For animal cruelty?

SHIMKUS: No, never for animal cruelty, but I think he's the guy who was streaking during the World Series

WATTERS: Oh, that guys.


WATTERS: Well, that guy has come a long way from doing that. Now, he is having monkeys rip bong hits, and then the monkey got hungry, obviously and then the monkey got a little tired.


WATTERS: I know.

SHIMKUS: I don't think that was a cigarette.

WATTERS: I know, I feel bad about that. But you know what, we are going to move on and hope the monkey is okay. This is a woman also smoking weed and something bad goes terribly wrong. Now was that because of the hairspray.

SHIMKUS: Yes -- yes because of the hairspray. This is actually a very good viral video because it proves why you shouldn't do drugs.

WATTERS: Oh, this is like say no to drugs video.

SHIMKUS: The reason people post these things on line is because they want to get attention. This video -- I think only got about 16,000 likes, so net loss for this woman because losing your hair and being humiliated on social media isn't worth 16,000 likes.

WATTERS: Hair can grow back though. Let's look at a dragon gone wild.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE: My pet dragon has went into attack mode. Come here. Don't you bite me and we'll beat (inaudible) out of you, and we'll (inaudible). Get back in the cage. Get...


SHIMKUS: Obviously the dragon was going to win the fight in that one.

WATTERS: I thought dragons were like mystical creatures that didn't exist.

SHIMKUS: That is a bearded dragon. I think it's more of a lizard.

WATTERS: Let's show a woman embarrassing herself. It doesn't take much for this young lady, let's see it.





SHIMKUS: Okay, so the first time I actually saw this video was on Bar Stool. You have been featured on Bar Stool by the way, not pranking stupid used guns, I believe I saw you, for one of the interviews that you did, I think it was with the house party, yes...

WATTERS: Yes, the Party Bros, and they are going to be back next week.

SHIMKUS: You're kidding.

WATTERS: All right, maybe they will bring a monkey. Carly...

SHIMKUS: I'd love that.

WATTERS: Thank you very much.

SHIMKUS: Thank you so much. Appreciate it.

WATTERS: Up next, "Last call."

Time now for last call. Fox Sports hosting this weekend's US Open and while golf is best left to the pros. It has always been popular with both foreign and American dignitaries. Here is a look at some of their greatest hits and misses on the green.

That's all for us tonight. Be sure to follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. "Justice with Judge Jeanine" is next. And remember, I'm Watters and this is my world.


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