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lied to and i don't think it's going to work. lou: i want to recommend a book written by my buddy jim born and me, putin's gambmbmbmbmb lea: breaking news this morning. president trump words that mainstream media for a second conversation with vladimir putin. we will tell you why he calls the report said. >> the president not happy with the bill to repeal upon the care. he will meet with gop leaders today at the white house to decide what's next for help to reform. lea: the dow retreated yesterday. the dow down 54 points. here's a lucky u.s. stock market futures dip lower pay to come s&p higher pay to create nasdaq higher by 16.
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>> the s&p and nasdaq opening higher by the $4 billion deal. mccormick died in the food edition of kaiser, which makes french's mustard. lea: stocks in japan at tire. the nikkei up one 10th of 1%. >> there could be a $16 billion deal. the cable tv business. reportedly in merger talks. lea: earnings season in high gear after disappointing on result. this one will hear from morgan stanley. ♪ lea: at his 5:01 a.m. in new york on taken july 19th. i am lea gabrielle in for lauren simonetti. >> i am lori rothman in for cheryl casone.
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lea: president trump simon reports at the g20 senate in germany this month. the president tweeting chemistry canoe story is sick. all g20 liters and spouses were invited by the chancellor of germany pressed new. lori: the president saying the fake news is becoming more and more dishonest. at dinner range for top 20 liters of germany is made to look sinister. this comes after reports after they had an undisclosed meeting with putin at a dinner for the g20 liters. the conversation of a deserter should not be characterized as a meeting. lea: from on this, let's bring in christian -- >> good morning, guys. lea: this was a meeting at the dinner. president trump and went and sat
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down by president putin. can we call this a secret psychic reading? >> now, contrary to mainstream outlet, there was no second undisclosed meeting between trump and putin. rather the two men spoke during the spouses only dinner during the g20 summit. during the dinner, liters for circulating freely and speaking amongst one another. trump spoke with many leaders, putin included. critics are upset that was not a u.s. translator present during the exchange, but each couple at the dinner was only allowed one translator and only spoke japanese. putman transfused the russian translator since the u.s. translator didn't speak russian. the bigger point is as president of the united states, trump is expected to be corresponding with world leaders that is one of the jobs and something we should want him to be doing.
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for "the new york times" to say the white house is hiding some meeting between trump and putin is not only dishonest, another flagrant attempt by the mainstream media to make trump look bad. transfer you mention that appeared when you think the mainstream media so obsessed with the story? >> this is part of the bigger narrative. i don't even think this is a story like russian pollution. this is a story about how flagrantly biased the media has become. those on the left and media trump so much that they've done everything in their power to make him look bad. the bias is so obvious they don't even hide it anymore. that's one of the reasons why 32% of americans trust the mainstream media today. it's very sad. people are aware of what's going on. >> the special counsel robert mueller is reviewing donald
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trump's 2016 meeting looking to pollution. that's why the mainstream media is locking onto this. we'll quickly, what ec is next for the rushed investigation in the white house? >> their excess weight before donald trump's genius meeting was revealed. even though there is still no evidence of collusion. the mainstream media, they don't focus on the agenda like the initiative that's all about the rush of collusion, though it can there's no solid evidence for this. they will keep looking into this. the investigator will see if there's anything there. i don't really expect the mainstream media as much. lea: a lot of people thank you for your insight. >> senate majority leader mitch
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mcconnell planning to move ahead on the omnicare next week. even though he doesn't have enough support for the measure repair. trade to president trump has invited then to discuss the way forward on health care. adam shapiro at the latest. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell promising action on a measure to just repeal upon the care for the affordable care act even if he thinks it's going to fail, he wants it on the record and here's what he said about that. >> sometime in the near future we will have a vote on repealing obamacare. essentially the same boat we had in 2015. i would remind everyone that proposal there's a two-year delay. a two-year delay would give us the opportunity to work out a complete replacement on a bipartisan basis with their democratic friends. reporter: minority leader
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senator chuck schumer says they are willing to work with republicans to fix obamacare, but not if that includes repeal. >> the door to bipartisanship is open now. now with repeal, but with an effort improve the existing system. the door is open right now. republican leadership only needs to walk through it. >> president trump said they should just let it die, obamacare. and democrats will join republicans to create a new system. that to you. lori: thank you of adam shapiro. lea: the tenure spending plan would also pave the way for tax reform, something treasury secretary stephen h. and discussed at a lunch in washington yesterday. >> we have one of the most complicated systems in the world. we tax on worldwide income with our system of deferral and it's
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not surprising trillions of dollars are left overseas. we want to bring back those profits with the lower business rate so that companies can invest in america. lea: speak at texas governor house ways and means committee held on tax reform. there is sharply increased military spending or cutting benefits program and food stamps. trade to trade between the two countries. volcker roth also speaking in washington yesterday saying china needs to take steps to open its growing consumer market. >> they remain serious imbalance is, which we must work to rectify. it is time to rebalance our trade and investment relationship any more fair, equitable and reciprocal direction.
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trade to the meeting after the proposal to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement seeks to guard against countries manipulating currency. he gave an unfair competitive advantage. something president trump has repeatedly accused china of doing. lea: for $.2 billion acquisition. tracee carrascas joins us more with aamodt another headline this morning. reporter: good morning, ladies. it acquired poc's food division whose brands include french's mustard, frank's red hot hot sauce entitlements barbecue sauce or for $.2 billion. mccormick is her and includes lowry's expects combined annual net sales to be $5 billion. mccormick also said it expects the transaction which requires regulatory approval to be completed in the fiscal third or fourth quarter of this year. lea: leader discovery
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communications are in talks right now. >> yes, that's right. discovery communications includes the discovery channel and tlc in scripps network who have food network in talks to combine according to "the wall street journal." traditional cable is under pressure from services like netflix and discovery communications. they had a point made alien market salutation. talks of the deal unclear, but the companies have talked about merging four and 2014. lori: yet another cool feature coming from apple. a new way to contact emergency services on the down low. lea: apple filed a patent for a more discreet way to contact 9-1-1 using fingerprint technology. with most smartphones you can contact emergency services without the phone being unlocked. apple says that could be readily apparent to someone watching it may not be part of.
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the new patent technology allows users to predetermine a fingerprint to contact emergency services. for example, a user could use a phone to unlock a phone on a regular basis and set their index finger is the indicator to call 9-1-1. the technology will be used in future iphone is that there's been talk that apple may not use fingerprint scanners in the next iphone and instead replace the feature with facial recognition. phones are moving in a whole new direction. lea: they really are. i do hope they incorporate the technology because a lot of times people are with nothing but their cell phone in the early way to protect themselves against a dangerous situation. lori: and to do is discreetly. but the touch of a finger command that is so easy. something along coming very beneficial. coming up, republicans failed to come up with replacement for obamacare.
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>> what obamacare fail. it'll be a lot easier. we are probably in a position where we'll let obamacare fail. lori: will tell you what is next in the long and winding road for health care. a huge recall for diesel vehicles. we'll tell you why. you are watching "fbn:am." ♪ is
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lea: welcome back. let's get you caught up with what's happening now. jon huntsman is a step closer to becoming u.s. ambassador to russia. president trump with months of delays by announcing the nomination is confirmed by the senate hunts but most of the job of an ongoing investigation into russian meddling in the 2016 election. german automaker is asking software on more than 3 million mercedes and investigation cheated on emissions. the move comes as regulators on both sides of the atlantic are scrutinizing mercedes-benz that some of its diesel vehicles cheated on standards. morgan stanley scheduled to report its second-quarter results before the market open today based in part to cost cutting and resurgence in its bond trading business. that's what's happening now.
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lori: at the gop forced to change course after their effort to repeal and replace obamacare fall short. mitch mcconnell planning a repeal only vote next week. do they have the votes to get it passed? not looking good. several republican defections already. boyd matheson is the former chief of staff to senator mike lee and president of the southerland institute. great to have you with us. three senators at least are firmly against devoting, making it virtually impossible to pass. let's call it die. president trump invited republican senators for lunch to discuss the agenda. that action too little too late? what are your thoughts? >> they will take the vote early next week. it will be interesting to see how those three senators do when they have to cast the ballot. it will be a tough one to explain to constituents. the president invited
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republicans over wednesday's lunch headed by senator leahy, but they will head over to the white house is a good sign. an opportunity to say what are we going to do it this thing and how do we get to the real issue of health care. the current bill doesn't have anything in there for the little guy, the people who put president trump in the white house. if they can get to the right process an ipad is the right process and write policy, they can invigorate different discussion. lori: but the party is totally fractured. how do you move on from that? >> very many things you can get done. this has been a horrible process an absolute absence of leadership from senator mcconnell. it was all dead typical way of the swamp behind closed doors. put it up there with the fake deadlines. you don't let people have real amendment and debate and then you raise a lot of money off of it. democrats and republicans have done that.
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chuck schumer came out yesterday and admitted that obamacare is crumbling and is going to collapse. they should make sure we have that debate in that discussion. trade to senator mike lee, one of the final nails in the coffin for this repeal and replace bill. you are the former chief of staff to be clear. what do you think that his thinking and what does he want to see in the republican repeal and replace bill? let's talk specifics. you mentioned the little guy at home, and obamacare subscriber. you've got to be pretty concerned right now. >> the important thing to remember his wallet to give people access to health insurance for the first time, not many have access to health care. premiums were so high deductibles were so high that people were going to the doctor because they can afford it. we have to get things like hsa survey have pretax dollars to do that. we also need to make sure the bill is that just about big insurance companies.
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it is currently $182 billion a stability fund which is a bailout on for the big insurance companies. it has to get back to block grants back to the states. that is state control. if connecticut wants single-payer, great. we don't need that in a place like utah. we can do much better at the le. a good dose of federalism is an import part of this, really empowering the little guy, forgotten men and women of get in control and get access to health care. we're not talking about health care outcomes. we've got to get there. lori: we have a long way to go to get there as you know. we appreciate your thoughts. thanks a lot. >> thank you on the lori. lea: another hot and muggy day across the country with no relief in sight. president saying we have independence day, but today is national hot dog day and really
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>> good morning. if you didn't know by now if national hot dog day. heinz wants to know what's on
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your dog. it is a known fact that chicagoans considered a sin to put catsup on a chicago style hot dog. in honor of dog day, heinz came out with a special new songs they are dumping chicago dog sauce, which they tested out in the windy city. the main ingredient, take a look. as >> amazing. >> the dog sauce? what if i told you that chicago dog sauce is actually just catch up. >> don't tell my dad about this. >> i wouldn't mind adding headship to this. >> you're challenging people's identity out here. this is dangerous. lori: pet owners may have a different idea what dog sauce is. combining special bottles cost
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you $5. lea: personally, catsup is the official hot doug's sauce. it's going to be a hot one today for the country. is there any relief in sight? lori: senior meteorologist janice dean live with your wednesday forecast or good morning, janice. training it is summer, getting into july and august. let's take a look at the past six hours looking at potential for stronger storms later on this evening. potential hail, damaging winds in the upper midwest. we have a higher risk for tornadoes in the class here. just know what to do and where to go. forecast highs going to feel well over 100 degrees in terms of heat indices for a lot of folks. 90s, 100 degrees in the heat advisories are a.
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lea: breaking news this morning. president trump rep to the mainstream media for a second conversation with russian president vladimir putin. will tell you why he called the report said. the president also not happy with the republicans do to tap the bill to repeal obamacare. we will take a look at what is next for health care and tax reform. train to the dow down 34 points, but the nasdaq hit another record high and that's what's keeping it going. u.s. stock market futures ahead of the opening bell. s&p higher by two, nasdaq higher by 15.
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european stocks open higher by $4 billion to deal. maccormack by in the food decision does french's mustard. lea: stocks in japan held higher which is good for export driven a cab 10th of 1%. ask your customers. 5:31 a.m. in new york on wednesday, july 19th. good morning. i'm lea gabrielle and four lauren simonetti. breaking news this morning. president trump sammon reports he is a second meeting with russian president vladimir putin at the g china summit this month. the president remain fake news story a secret dinner goodness sake. g20 liters were invited by the
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chancellor of germany. lea: the president saying the fake news is becoming more and more dishonest. even a dinner range for top 20 liters in germany made to look sinister. this comes after reports the president had an undisclosed meeting with putin at a dinner for the g20 liters. the white house says the conversation should not be characterized as the meeting. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell plan to move ahead on obamacare repeal vote. early next week, even though he does not have his support for the measure appears >> president trump them by republicans to the white house to discuss the way forward on health care. adam shapiro and washington with the latest. >> senate majority leader mitch mcconnell promising actions of some sort to just repeal obamacare or the affordable care act. even if it fails its mostly on the record and here's what he said about that.
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>> on repealing obamacare, essentially the same boat that we had in 2015. i remind everyone that in that proposal, there is a two-year delay that would give us the opportunity to work out a complete replacement on a bipartisan basis with our democratic friends. >> minority leader in the senate chuck schumer says democrats are willing to work with republicans to fix obamacare, but not if that includes repeal. >> the door to bipartisanship is open right now. not with repeal, but within effort to improve the existing system. the door is open right now, the republican leadership only needs to walk through. >> they should just let it die, obamacare and the the
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republicans create a new system. back to you. >> the house budget committee with the 22 budget resolution today. it also paved the way for tax reform for the next treasury secretary stephen mnuchin discussed in washington just yesterday. >> on the business side one of the most complicated system in the world. worldwide income with the deferral is not surprising that trillions of dollars are left overseas. we want to bring back those profits with a lower business rates that companies can invest in america. lori: the house ways and means committee told the hearing on tax reform. the gop budget plan would chirp the increased military spending while cutting benefit programs like food stamps. >> discussing ways to improve trade between the two countries. congress secretary wilbur ross speaking at a luncheon in
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washington said china needs to take steps to open its growing consumer market. >> they remain serious imbalances which we must learn to write if i. it is time to rebalance with the relationship in a more fair equitable and reciprocal direction. lori: the meeting comes after the top administration unveiled its proposal to renegotiate the north american free trade agreement. the countries manipulating their currency to gain an unfair competitive advantage, something president trump has repeatedly accused china of doing. transducing republicans encouraging seattle residents to forcefully resisting their income tax while calling the new legislation illegal. lori: tracee carrascas strings as smart about that another headlines. reporter: republicans are
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calling for civil disobedience as a refused to pay nearly passed income tax that critics claim is illegal and unfair pay the tax passed by the city council targets high income earners as part of a local lawmakers call a formula for fairness. the tax measure would require residents pay a 2.5 tax is there a single filer making more than $250 annually or more than $500,000. the new tax would raise about $140 million the year. >> the closing of a chapel at a restaurant in virginia. this is not the first time for chipotle. >> chipotle can't catch a break. they been forced to close a restaurant in sterling, virginia near washington d.c. after about 10 customers reported getting sick from eating there. two people suspect they had to be hospitalized. the restaurant is working to figure out exactly what happened but the reported systems on
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transit as her with her virus menu did not come with the food supply so it's safe eat at other restaurants. customers are so sure. >> i know they've had problems in the past and it's very discouraging to hear is continuing on. just disappointed and i don't think we'll be back for a while. reporter: chipotle has been working to bounce back after nicole at outbreak. the news of the infinite spread followed more than 626%. >> amazon is actually a new online forum to talk about its product. >> this is pretty interesting. amazon launching its social network using the ios have that spark is kind of like interest that lets users upload images of product for themselves using the product. other users can view pictures and follow the links to purchase
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>> hi, everybody. the pitcher caught up up on what's happening now. walking around the historic site sparking outrage on media and police arrested her for wearing what they characterize as a modest clothes. it contradicted the country's conservative islamic threats. google giving the much aligned
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technology stand. the classes were introduced in 2015 but did not live up to the hype and were scorned for privacy issues. google has been testing the google labs were used in the work place. factories owned by companies like ge are using them and giving them positive reviews. britain is honoring one of its most revered writers with money to the bank of england with the new 10-pound feature. novels such as characters such as mr. darcy. sense and sensibility another title. the novel go into circulation in september. that's what's happening now. lori: why is that market more rattled by the progress and president trump's agenda? mark, nice to see you. >> good morning.
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lea: or investors paid more attention to earnings? >> that is the big part of it. it is very low expectations for getting anything done in washington. it is awfully difficult, but i don't think the markets have very high expert patients going into this. at the end of the day something does get done, they're looking for a rather small stages. for the most part they are looking pretty good. >> we saw the dollar in a 10 month low in the health care bill collapsed. the dollar down 655%. the euro at 10%. is this good for stocks? >> it is good for stocks in earnings as they translate money earned overseas back into dollars. weaker dollar is going to boost the numbers. there's a couple things at play. the dollar did come down after it was clear that the health heh care reform vote wouldn't have the senate, which makes a lot of
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stimulus on the fiscal side. what really got the dollar in motion, and they've been doing better with the rebound in commodities that bolstered the currencies of countries like canada. the policy differential cover the time in which the united states in the u.s. federal reserve is raising interest rates and monetary authorities in europe are going to begin to tighten interest rates. policy is more in sync. >> policy more than concerns on the u.s. economy. let's go back to earnings. morgan stanley reported report before the opening bell. what do you expect? >> it's hard to tell, but one of the things we have seen so far as buying trading revenues have been down. early in the year there were a lot of hopes for tax reform. we saw huge issuance of corporate debt and so that pulled some demand forward.
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that's been cleared previous earnings. i don't know with morgan stanley, but we will see. lea: let talk about what we hear from bank executives in earnings reports from financial corporations see in a positive impact the fed's announcement to rate hikes again. the announcement back in june. your normal mainstream people are not seeing more return on their checking accounts. right now it's 100 bucks they have in the checking account. when will they see more of her return for what they have? >> it's awfully tough because the interest rates came down so close to zero that the gap between for money and what they provide and pay in interest. do we have to see interest rates return to a more normal level, which is what the overriding
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monetary policy right now is normalization, which is a little bit higher in short-term rates. lea: thank you for your insight this morning. good to see you. >> good to be with you. lori: coming up in sports, los angeles dodgers barely beat the white sox and the new york yankees. we will tell you that they got. british make her french's mustard -- [inaudible] a live report from london. a look at stock features. dow futures down nine points for the loss yesterday. the tale of two cities at the s&p and nasdaq continuing to point to the extension of the record-setting game. after you. ♪
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who's the new guy? they call him the whisperer. the whisperer? why do they call him the whisperer? he talks to planes. he talks to planes. watch this. hey watson, what's avionics telling you? maintenance records and performance data suggest replacing capacitor c4. not bad. what's with the coffee maker? sorry. we are not on speaking terms.
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lea: welcome back of the best team in major league baseball also has the best pitcher in once another one. someone is here for details. you must be talking about the dodgers the mother of a baseball team in the league right now. the starting pitcher. seven shutout innings. i was a little rusty tonight. no dodger more artful than clayton kershaw with a cap of nine days. kershaw and his 11th game in a row. now 15 and two. 15 wins and still two and a half months. in the midst of their best 34 game stretch in history have been 130 out of 34, dodgers and a prime position to celebrate dodger stadium.
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the team's home since 1962. according to sports business journal, the third oldest ballpark in spin on the market since the spring in the asking cost $12 million. the baseballs nonwaiver trade deadline 12 days away. some things are waiting. a twofer tuesday in baseball trades. one here in new jersey native todd frazier is heading home to a third baseman causes most surreal training for the chicago white sox to the new york yankees with david robertson reliever tommy kinley. four players including press x one b. in 16 first-round pick. like todd frazier, with 16 home runs this year. emotional goodbyes last night for martinez goes from motown to the desert to the arizona diamondbacks. arizona gets right fielders at 305 for the tigers.
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prospects in return. houston astros will be without shirts have cardinals for an estimated six to eight weeks through a ligament in his left thumb monday. he will have surgery citing first into home plate back july 4th. for minor league baseball players called grouper from phoenix, albuquerque. it's not a joke. happy monday. p.j. petersen, dan vocal bach of the two, rangers had booked a flight on the next city, but something went wrong with the reservations that they took a seven hour over together to get to the gym on time and only cost $653 change. that is determination. the new uniforms coming to the nba next season. nike takes over for adidas and they use body maps for the players to also track not only your shape, they keep n./. they look pretty sweet.
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the change and also the warriors. when i say you love me, you say you better come to you better, you bet. you may be betting on a boxing match between floyd mayweather and conor mcgregor. we knew this fight would be paid, potentially even bigger than in the super bowl but we now are almost certain it will be. >> connors in trouble. >> i think so, too. >> looks at how ball at the met game last night. >> i'll tell you. what do you know, he gets the ball, left-handed catch. >> nice to see him get from the beach to the ballpark. lea: i mean, how does that happen? >> he caught the fall ball.
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he just happened to be there. but then started doing it. christie catches a foul ball, but can't catch a break. lea: lounging on the beach when the beaches are closed. >> big trade for the yankees. >> they beat the minnesota twins. robertson is such a popular player comes back generic as they make a run for the playoffs. a couple of the fun that i was looking at. 11 to one odds that conor mcgregor will kick lloyd mayweather. in 10 to one he will win by disqualification. lea: there you go. turn to where your betting? lea: not getting an answer. thank you, jared max. you can catch the reports on fox news headlines and sirius xm channel 615. lori: we still have a lot more ahead.
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industrial indicating an extension of the selling because of the help care gridlock in washington. this'll postponed president trump's overall economic agenda with infrastructure spending, tax reform, for example. s&p index, both of those indexes at record highs. the nasdaq hitting during the trading day higher as well as a closing record largely firmer earnings. netflix continuing to feel that not back to the historic level. for most of the country, any relief correct senior meteorologist janice dean live through the current temperature 77 in new york. hot and sticky across much of the central u.s. showers and thunderstorms in the
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forecast across the upper midwest and great lakes where we see large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes as well as the threat for flooding. heavy rain over the next couple days, certainly the next 12 to 24 hours and similarly for the four corners where four corners very had wildfire danger across the west that immediate not rainfall. heat index over 100 degrees for millions of folks here. people are advised to stay indoors in the air conditioning can check on the elderly, keep your pets inside. heat advisories are posted here. watches and warnings for the heat index is going to feel well over 100 degrees. also want to point out we were watching tropical storm donned coming out of depression. it is weakened and is not going to affect the demand. ladies, all sorts of scuttlebutt on the internet about don and a potential tropical storm hilary in the pacific.
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guido thinks hillary is even going to get a name. we will not have a rematch of don and hillary and the world of weather. talk to you. >> i does it for us here at "fbn:am." maria start now. >> live from washington d.c., here is maria bartiromo for a special edition of "mornings with maria." maria: good wednesday morning. welcome. i am maria bartiromo. it is wednesday, july 19th. 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. president trump slams the mainstream media with report server previously undisclosed second conversation with russian president vladimir putin. the commander-in-chief attending a dinner hosted by german chancellor angela merkel for the g20 liters. president trump treated the fake news story secret dinner with goodness sake.


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