>> thank you very much. >> that will do it. >> hello, ev hello, everywomen. i'm kimberly along with dana, it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." in in a news conference that lasted nearly two hours today. chris christie moved quickly to crush the political fire storms over traffic jams last september that some of his aids may have engineered. first, there was an apology. >> i come out here today to apologize to the people of new jersey. i am embarrassed and humiliated
by the conduct of some of the people on my team. i'm responsible for it. it happened on my watch. the buck stops at my desk and so i have to act. >> and he announced his actions. >> this morning i've terminated the employment of bridgette kelly effective immediately. i've terminated her employment because she lied to me. i was disturbed by the tone and behavior and attitude, callous indifference that was displayed in the e-mails by my former campaign manager, bill steppien. as a result i've instructed bill steppien not to place his name for state party chairman. >> then things got tricky. >> i work hard at this job and
i'm -- it's incredibly disappointing to have people let you down this way. i'm incredibly loyal to my people and i expect in return their honesty and their candor and i didn't get it. >> very candid and forthright. eric, was the statement good enough? >> it was long enough. the interesting thing is chris christie fired people immediately. president obama didn't do that. no one got fired. chris christie held a long press con fence. you don't see that in the white house of lately. that said, chris christie left himself zero, zero wiggle room. so if an e-mail pops up with christie's name on it with the
senate return reply, he's a dead man walking. >> you would think he was trying that and check it out. a quick turn around is action. >> to his credit. >> dana? >> well, that is exactly the description i was going to use so i will let eric use those words instead. so i would say to chris christie, welcome to the big leagues, right? so now every move he makes is going to be scrutinized by everybody and in some ways he's asked for that, right? he puts himself out there in his great funny videos, every once in a while you will have a situation like this. now what happened is actually an abuse of power. power is very intoxicating and who you surround yourself with as a leader very much mat terse. i'm going to take him at his word. he seems very sincere to me. he seems hurt by the fact that his staff lied. what i love by his management style is in the reporting it says he called everybody into his office. he said, i'm going to give you one hour. when i leave this room, you have one hour.
you can go to the chief of staff and tell them anybody who knows about it. if you did, fine. we'll deal with it. nobody stepped forward. for as bad as it feels today, if you are a fan of chris christie or if you like to see good government or good management, this is an example of it. >> do you like that tactic and strategy, give them an hour, step forward. >> i love that. i say that. as leaders you want to find out the answer to something, they could force it. you have to have a good chief of staff to be able to be your enforcer and say, oh, but maybe -- an assassin but not in the literal sense. >> he's a little soft. water boarding would be an option. >> just a warning for the opposition party, democrats should not throw stones when it comes to incidents on bridges. can you show them again with that podium? i think it's brilliant. show him when he was walking in. that podium is huge. look how big that podium is. look how small he looks. it's almost as though he's lost -- >> it's how you feel.
>> exactly. i think that's depressing. i thought his presser was amazing in the sense that he outtalked the media. he smothered them in words. it was like watch -- it was like bing watching jake and the fat man. he did not stop talking which was smart. the point he made which was the reason -- here's proof that he didn't know about this was that he joked about t. he made a joke about moving the cones himself and if he actually had something to do with it he never would have joked about it. so the lesson here is before you do something bad, make a joke about it. that will be your way out. i think he did a great job. he sounded sincere, however, politicians aren't born to sound sincere. clinton sounded sincere when he denied his affair so i don't know. i think it's going to take a few more days to see where this lands. it's similar to the irs skapd dal, the targeting of innocent people because they didn't vote
for you. the only difference is obama got away with it. >> bob, you were watching this. you had some dmenltcomments. >> i'm going to take a counter view. when these people all backed up and the complaints came flowing in, why didn't chris christie ty pick up a phone and say, what's going on? he didn't do that. if i were a governor of a state and it was a major artery of my state and it was backed up and people were yelling, it seems to me you would call the head of the bridge authority and say, why are we closing this down to one lane? something i don't know about? that's number one. number two, new jersey, i haven't worked there politically, is notoriously a tough state. a guy would endorse it. that's why somebody decided on
his behalf. i don't think this is going to go away. >> maybe a lot of people don't realize what happened. you have this bridge that goes across new york/new jersey. on the new jersey side, fort lee is at the tunnel. that backs up with a lot of traffic. that depends on a lot of commerce, people getting out and up the palisades parkway. when the bridge backs up, stuff shuts down. fort lee shuts down. what you have to ask yourself, later on someone asked an important question, what kind of traffic study do you have to do to shut down two or three lanes of the busiest bridge in america, maybe on the planet? this is clearly, this is clearly -- they did it. they shot it down. they took a shot at him. you don't need to shut down lanes of traffic. >> but you made the point. >> morally despecificable. >> there were thousands apparently of complaints of
people. if you're chris christie why do you not ask the question. again, i go back to that. i think this is all very much after the fact. doesn't show good management on his part at all. >> nor by the chief of staff. one of the things that you need in a white house is good information flow. remember president obama says he doesn't know anything about anything ever. one of the criticisms is who's running the shop over there? if you get a ton of complaints into the white house operations center, that goes up to somebody in the white house, they make a judgment whether or not to let the chief of staff know and the chief of staff makes a decision cl to let the president know. i think it's right for him to fire the one person. >> but something else might be coming forward. >> you don't think it's an indictment on him? >> yes. >> is the irs an indictment on obama. >> yes. >> now it is. >> nobody ever told him the website wasn't going to work.
>> he learned about this because he read it in the newspaper. >> we'll get more into that. >> so now chris christie -- >> kimberly, plausible deniability. we talked about that with president obama. didn't he have the same thing? don't his people shield him from some of the stuff that he probably knows about but -- >> perhaps. this is his -- >> i-95 was closed down from florida up to new york, do you think he would have asked a question? >> let's talk about his management style. the whole question is is he a contender for 2016? he is is he fit for the white house? he's a front-runner like hillary clinton is. some people have called him a bully. it was in "the new york times" talking about his style. take a listen. >> some people like that style. some people don't. i've always said, i think you asked me a question the day after the election, are you willing to change your style in order to appeal to a broader audience and i think i said no because i am who i am but i am not a bully. >> all right.
some people who might think he is. is he suitable in 2016? >> and i know that everybody in the political media and the political chattering class wants to start the 2016 race. i'll say what i said become r before. i am greatly flattered that someone would talk about me in my party as someone who would be a candidate for president. i am absolutely nowhere near beginning that consideration process. i am not preoccupied with that job. i'm preoccupied with this one. >> a point here. if he's not so preoccupied with that, why in the world would he accepted christmas cards to every state senator in the state of iowa to the first caucuss? who is he kidding? >> i even got a christmas card from ted cruz. bob didn't. >> can i make a point about this since you've dominated the floor. >> i have not. >> you have and i have a great
point. >> come on. go ahead. >> no, go ahead. >> i think that this unfortunate incident on the bridge is good for him politically because i've long thought that his staff surrounding him thinks a lot of him. they think very highly of him. he said he was humiliated and will be humbled. they'll be much more careful going forward. politically this could be a part where they start to get thartd you know what together. that's a good point. a teachable moment for potentially 2016. greg? >> i love that part when he said he was shocked. shocked by the callous tone of those e-mails. has anybody watched him for the past how many years? we fell in love with his callous tone. >> he's big foot. >> we at fox news loved it. i called it christie porn. whenever he would yell at somebody, it was amazing. remember the ice cream cone, walking around with the ice cream cone. he has a problem with cones.
>> get off the beat. >> the point is, he wasn't shocked by the callous tone in the e-mail, he was pissed off it was in the e-mail. >> your final thoughts? >> my final thought is -- by the way i have not done this segment. >> there will be a word count later. if you read the latest book, there was a double down about the vetting of christie for vice preds. he would not show up with all of his stuff. he was very late. there were questions raised about his brother. romney and obama said you can't get the stuff, we have to go buy it. >> the difference? >> you can't run new jersey and not have a few things in your background that are going to be a problem. democrats, they'll leave this alone. >> eric real quickly. >> the u.s. attorney had some issues with his brother, whether his brother is in trouble or not. i find two things very interesting. number one, i haven't heard any republicans standing up saying, hey, we back him. the rnc, i haven't heard anyone saying he didn't do a good job. >> they're way behind him.
>> way behind him. >> the other thing is he had me. at first he was apologetic. i was buying into every bit of that story until later when he started defending that traffic study. if you want to go back and watch how he defended it, started throwing out numbers, this wasn't about a traffic study. it was about a pay back to the fort lee mayor. he should have said, you know what, i'm cleaning house. let's move on. don't defend a traffic study. there was no traffic study. next two big stories over a two major presidential contenders. chris christie and hillary clinton. which one is getting more coverage in the mainstream media? we're going to compare the coverage when "the five" continues ♪ you make me want to roll my window down and cruise ♪
about why. >> the left right now is very excited about what we just learned about governor christie because what we learned about governor christie is helping take the sting off the front page. the point is the media has just glommed on to that like bees in a honey comb so they don't have to talk about the gates book. >> that book written by former defense secretary robert gates has damning information about hillary clinton and president obama. president obama wasn't committed to the afghan war after he sent 30,000 more troops in harm's way. pretty big news but nothing compared to the chris christie traffic jam controversy out this morning. listen to the morning news shows. >> roadblock? new jersey governor and potential presidential candidate chris christie on the defensive. e-mail suggesting a top aid deliberately orchestrated a massive traffic jam on the world's busiest bridge. what did the governor know and
will it stop his presidential bid. chris christie on defensive. closing highway lanes on america's busiest bridge causing massive traffic jams to get back at his political foe. >> gridlock for political revenge. will a traffic jam derail chris christie's white house hopes. >> kg, what about it? a little media bias? >> my gosh, i thought it was the end of the world this morning. i mean, it doesn't matter what media outlet you turned on, it was just like an explosion. word salad, media salad all over the screen. this is chris christie, let's get after it. this is something that they can get excited about really, right, in the start of a new year to kind of put their teeth into. it was like fresh red meat to them. that's what it looked like. total disparate. >> bobby, i have to think the obama administration went like this, whew, thank god we found this out. >> let's remember, chris
christie has an enormous amount of coverage. the other thing about hillary clinton. i can understand why the obama piece is damning. hillary clinton, every politician makes political decisions when they're running. >> obama after i sent 30,000 troops in, i'm not sure. >> i said that was damning. >> highlight. >> he wants to not bury the lead. >> what about it? should they have covered both of them equally or did they do it right? >> that's fantasy land. when you're a conservative politician, that will never happen to you. if you're not the target to it, it's fun to sit back and watch the media lose its mind for a while over it over any topic. also in this situation you have a sitting governor who has just won re-election in a big way and you have been a private citizen, hillary clinton, although everybody assumes she's going to run, she's not right now.
this is why i think it's good for the christie administration, state governor, to go through this right now, because this is just the beginning of what will -- you know romney. romney's dog on top of the car? this will be christie's dog on top of the car. imagine during the debates. all the bridge jokes? you believe that governor, i've got a bridge -- ha ha. they write themselves. >> the dog -- >> the bridge set me up. >> the family has come out and said that the woman did not die because of that. >> what about the 1600 -- >> no. she said it wasn't ambulance related, bob. it wasn't due to the bridge. no, they came out and made a statement. >> let's bring greg in. has the gates news come and gone? has that news sailed? >> why didn't they call it gates gate? they missed a perfect opportunity. what happened to the this is a local story angle. that's a local story. however, we cannot sit here and
dismiss this as a distraction. that makes us look like complete hypocrites because we would explode if -- we have exploded here at the table when somebody says benghazi's just a -- benghazi's a distraction or the irs -- >> or a scandal. >> phony scandal. >> the running gun story. this is not a distraction. it is a scandal. what you're talking about is the intensity of pursuit on a scandal which is always going to be more on a republican than a liberal because of the liberal bias. you cannot use that as an excuse to say this isn't real. republicans have to try harder. they are not afforded the mulligans that our grad student in chief gets for being a beginner in office. he will always get the excuse that a republican will never get. >> right. i like that. >> i want to roll the sound bite that don lemon asked a very good question. it was fantastic. take a listen.
it was a quick round, bill. >> the president claimed he didn't know. he didn't know about the nsa spying on allies, he didn't know about the obama care website, he didn't know that you wouldn't be able to keep your doctor. so how -- what's the difference between christie not knowing and the president not knowing? >> the difference is the issues that president obama said he didn't know about why policy issues. this is a scandal. how could you compare that to health care policy, intelligence policy and foreign policy? none of those three things were scandals. they're not comparable. >> that is awesome. that is just an awesome answer. s awesome. >> oh, my gosh, right. it's almost inexplicable. i think she looked like the deer in the headlights that she felt. nsa was the one that we forgot to list in the a block. he didn't know that his own government was spying on other foreign leaders? no one told him this? in the briefings, he saw it in the news. please. >> no, i'm just saying it's good
to see the media waking up from hibernation over these outrageous scandals. it's about time. >> i thought it was great questioning. i thought i was watching fox news for a second there, then i rubbed my eyes. ask the pointed questions. be a journalist. do your job. we've got to do all the heavy lifting. >> bobby? >> i think it was a legitimate question. but what they didn't raise was the 16 kids that died of asphyxiation on that bridge. >> wait a minute, 16 kids died? >> oh, i'm sorry. i was kidding. >> oh, okay. you got me on that one. >> sometimes it's hard to tell. >> suffocating children joke. that's an old one. that's an oldie but a goody. >> geez, bob. >> you did that like in the late '80s. we're going to leave it there. >> what the heck was that? >> you want to defend a man for killing a man. stay tuned for the nomination
♪ ♪ the fraternal order of police slammed the white house. he's a volunteer supporter of a man who murdered daniel faulkner in cold blood 30 years ago. obama picks this guy. what, none of the chaps he's releasing from gitmo were free? is he saving them for cabinet posts. we're still supposed to believe
that reverend wright's claims were false. america is punished for being racist. how is this not a hate crime against police. maybe ed as ner and mike farrell can explain this to his widow or ask harry reid who gained the senate to ensure passage of horrid nominees like this one. this may be the first job that reid has nominated. this is about transferring the power to the people. even the phrase cop killer is just too mean, isn't it really just bigot control? who cares? the media will focus on new jersey traffic instead and ignore this. alas, christie casts a big shadow in everything. >> you didn't pronounce the names correctly? >> which one did i get wrong? >> i figured as much. i want to show, this is what the
paternal of order of police had to say in a letter i believe to the administration. they wrote that this nomination was basically a thumb in the eye of our nation's law enforcement. it demonstrates a total lack of regard or empathy for those who strive to keep you and everyone else in our nation safe. bob, i understand you have to defend everybody. if this guy has killed a police officer, he still gets a defender. this guy is an obsessive defender. should he have been nominated? >> if i'm not mistaken he was part of the nacp operation. >> right. >> i don't suppose you walk out of a law firm because you don't agree with everybody that they're going to represent. >> right. >> i idea of denying somebody a job because of a pasta fill yags. he did nothing wrong. he did nothing legal. he may have used bad judgment. he maybe should have quit the counsel's office but that's not what he did, he kept his job. i think frankly it's much to do
about -- it's a terrible situation what happened but i don't think you can happening a guy's whole career on a situation like this. >> you're right. there's no one else they could have chosen from. this is deliberate politics at play by the obama administration. you know exactly what's going to comfort by this guy. >> come on. >> people are going to remember who votes for him in the senate hearings. this is somebody who represented a nonrepent tent cop killer. he shot the cop in cold blood. four more times and then directly in the face close range, okay? so in this instance, in this situation this is not an appropriate appointment. it's quite appalling and in the face that they would even put this guy aboard. he is not suitable for that position. >> any lawyer in the counsel's office of the nacp at that time should not be allowed to be in government? >> i would never make a blanket statement like that, bob. i'm making it on an individual basis. >> it's nothing that three other lawyers did. >> not like he was a public defender.
that's what makes it sound like that. it's like we had celebrity endorsements. >> right. >> this is on a jury instruction technicality. that's what they're saying this guy should be freed on. it's okay to kill cops and murder people? come on. >> look, eric, this is maureen faulkner, the wife of the police officer killed by the cop killer. i'm not even going to say his name. >> there you go. >> i was absolutely outraged by president obama to make this decision to have a man who defended a murder, someone who murdered a police officer with premeditation and malice is a radical, he's a black panther and to give him an appointment, to nominate him to the department of justice, i mean, it's a disgrace. >> you know what kills me, eric, she's referring to the cop
killer being a black panther, that more people know about the cop killer than the victim because of the celebrity attention and the sympathetic media. >> right. and the lawyers following behind him. leadership is about making good choices. this is clearly not -- i think it's -- you would be hard-pressed to find someone that says this is a good choice given, as you guys point out, so many other competent lawyers that aren't going to be so controversial. that would be a better choice than this. >> this one. >> this one but how about the prosecutor or the investigator that president obama hired to look into the irs scandal. a former bundler and major donor to the obama administration? >> gee, that's unusual. >> not unusual for this administration. >> there are so many people that can fill those posts that aren't controversial. it's like me hosting the next presidential debate. >> nobody should be in government who isn't controversial. >> i want to ask dana who leaved
here. imagine they appointed an ardent supporter of george zimmerman. >> what about michael ee strad da, that was the wonderful lawyer that president clinton appointed. they want him to leave. it's also a very political decision as well. >> it is. and a bad one. >> still ahead, some important advice for all the millennials out there. what we hope they'll give up in 2014 next.
get over already. number one was brunch. there were many others. there's always millennials that say they're so old and they're -- it's called -- i don't know if this is fomo, fear of missing out, which i guess we could be accused of that. the other one i like on this list is energy drinks. >> here we go. >> i'm not for energy drinks. i think they're bad for you. what do you think? >> i'm the worst person to come to first because i really hate this topic. we don't need to rag on young adults any more than we already do. think of the demo. >> but they're writing this about themselves. >> no, the list reflects actually things that bother everybody and that we all do. we are all guilty of disposable distractions never mind the age. we all have brunch. we all go to carrey oak could e he -- karaoke. list writers. >> i like lists.
lists are popular. >> kimberly, do you like lists? >> i'm obsessed with lists and my calendar is so amazing and organized. dana and i e-mail back and forth, we're so organizing. >> i'm talking about the article. >> she can talk about whatever she wants. >> i don't care. you're not the boss of me. i love lists. i like energy drinks because they give me a lot of energy. dana throws them away. i like rock star. >> dana was -- she's in control. >> i'm in control. >> anything on these lists, bob. >> i don't understand any of them. i don't know what grammar nazi is. i don't know what contemporary faux pop is. >> what is that? >> you know what, bob -- >> i don't want to talk about it, bob. >> first of all, you didn't pronounce it correctly, first of
all. >> excuse me. >> what's on the list? selfies. who made selfies famous? >> geraldo. >> not the millennials. >> geraldo. he's not a millennial. >> that's true. >> they're the largest generation in the history of america and they do more volunteer work. >> you're not a millennial. you hate lindsay lohan, kanye west, the kardashians. >> what's fomo? >> that's what i said, it's called fear of missing out. the thing that drives bob crazy when we're on our phones all the time. we're a flfraid we're going to s something. >> it's also feeling the need to go out. i'm not going to go out friday night, i'm going to stay in and give my liver a rest. at 10:00 you're going, there's a party out there, i have to find it. >> a limit to millennials. >> that's everybody.
>> what's nick nostalgia. >> nickelodeon. >> i watch nickelodeon. >> brunch. >> i start brunch at 6:00 in the morning. >> brunch is breakfast for drunks. >> i like a -- >> we had gunch. we had dinner at like 4 so we called it gunch. >> you ever had breakfast for dinner? >> only when my dad was out of town. my dad hated it. >> i like grits. >> catch? >> i could do that. i like karaoke, i like disney. multi-tasking is super fun. >> we are seriously competing with the intelligence of special report right now. >> we didn't pass it? >> i love that segment. coming up, the moment you've all been waiting for. >> one more thing. >> bob, brace yourself.
oh, yeah. could the donkey and the elephant teetering towards extinction. 42% of americans say they're independent. a record low of 25% consider themselves republicans. the lowest republicans have ever been in the history of the gallup poll. that was not put on my thing because a reporter wrote it. 31% of democrats represents a shift the shift from 2008. check this out. this is the hottest politician in america. number one, chris christie. that makes sense. what? oh, my goodness. >> i want to explain it. >> who's he talking to? >> the controller. >> i was talking to our producer who was a right winger. let me ask you a question here. is anybody surprised that there's people working in the political parties? >> terrible. >> i liked what you were talking
about before better. >> you cut me off. >> bob. come on. >> what are we talking about, brother? >> no one knows now. >> are you surprised that so many people are becoming independents? >> no. >> that's it? >> you're on your own now, bob. >> obama, you would talk for 50 hours. >> let me ask you something serious. >> are you asking that question? >> yes. >> i am surprised it's happening as quickly as it is. the numbers are shocking when you look at the popularity of obama. why are you all laughing? >> no. >> i think what is happening is that the extremes are turning people off. i have another theory is that government is doing too much for people and, therefore, you get less interested because if you don't feel you have to fight for something, if you think everything is cool and good, you don't have to fight too much. >> that's an interesting perspective. >> i do they're growing
out of policies. we have a lot of chumps in both parties and the stereotypes of the parties are what we're becoming sick of. if you look on the left i see the stereotype as an elizabeth warren. humorless, shrill. on the right, rick santorum, humorless, shrill. you are a slave to the man. the republican, you can't shake that dorky moralism. they need a new message and it's step off, get out of my paycheck, out of my bedroom and out of my way. that person wins. >> that's libertarian. you know what i -- >> i think the republicans need to brand their lousy brand. >> can i tell you if the republicans adopted the entire platform of the obama administration, the mainstream media would still criticize them, still demonize them and call them racist because they don't pay attention to any of the details or facts. i'm not stopping, i'm just getting started. i think that the rise of the whole independent thing is a new
fox show, independent obscenity. >> that was nice. >> when i was in politics, 20% of the people were generally considered to be independents. 40% democrats, 40% republicans. one of the things that have happened. generationally people tend to inherit their parents' party and political views. in this case millennials have walked away from that. if you look at the demographics where the independents are coming, it's mostly older people. young people are stuck. if you have a favorability rating of 9% in the congress, is anybody surprised that you'll have this number? it generally tends to go up. >> it's healthy to dislike these people. >> yes. >> i do not trust anybody who likes government. >> it also feels like maybe what's going on on the right, the law that's happening on the right is the far right and the center right maybe a lot of them are deciding, well, let's go independent for a while. >> i think that's exactly -- >> it's safer to say i'm an
independent now. >> i think that's part of the republican's problem. i don't think that they're leaving just because they're republican. i think because they're trying to figure out where the party is going to break down. a lot of that will wait until the presidential elections. i'm not calling for the libertarian part of the party. >> warm politicians, christie and jindell is number 5. >> huckabee is hot. >> hot? >> hot. >> just like me, baby. >> up next -- ♪ ♪
it's time for a break. it's been a long time. giving back. people like to talk about giving back. they never do. they say, we should give back, but they're not the ones who give back. the people who give back are the people who never tell you they give back. i never give back, i got back. >> i got back. what are you talking about? >> that was directed at you. >> come on. >> all right. dana? >> all right. so all week long i had where you could win on my website, it was a contest. you could just go on my website. if you wrote a poem about your dog you could win one of the five jasper calendars that were left. if you go to my website you can see it. this is about clem and he's a blind puppy, all right? i'm six weeks old. my name is clem. my brothers and sisters got the good parts. i got what was left. i need constant attention because i cannot see but i'm doing all that i can just to be me.
around the clock i'm hand fed every day. i do get all the attention, hey, what can i say? one day i'll grow up and maybe co-host "the five." could you send me a calendar so i'll know when to arrive. >> that was a winner. >> a, he got the sympathy vote. that's not fair to other dogs. >> that was fine. >> then the last thing is i found one extra calendar in my office. bonus calendar. it's one joke about "the five." i watch "the five" and listen to you. i lift my leg and think about greg. keep up the good work "the five" is on fire. >> that was a cute one. >> i'm begging you. i'm begging you do not mention your dog just one day. that's all i'm asking. one. 365 days a year, just one. >> i'm sorry. >> all righty then. they're yelling at me. hurry up and go. >> last night apparently carl
row was on. this is what happened. >> thanks for sharing this. eric bollings is bigger. just as a side note. >> it's a comment on bolling's lack of self-confidence. >> big twitter fight coming. >> twitter fight ensued. here's an example. this is rove's board. here's the size of mine. >> rove's was the original. >> no, tim russert's watt the original. >> carl, keep telling yourself size doesn't matter. you can do so much with a big board. >> okay. i want to do a shout out to a remarkable man, dr. charlie malone who rungs the hand surgery center in new york who has saved and extended the lives of hundreds of athletes and thousands of young people whose hands have been hurt and he's figured out ways to do operations. what he did for me after many
years of hand pain yesterday it all went away. thank you, charles. >> great. how did it happen? >> he invented a process. >> that's amazing. >> yeah. >> he is a remarkable man. fun man and a great man. >> god bless him and all doctors. incredible things. >> call him. >> okay. kate middleton -- >> yes. >> -- love the royals. she's 32 years old. can you imagine? so 32 years ago she was born. >> oh, my gosh. >> gave birth to a future princess and she has given birth to the heir of england. be back here tomorrow.
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