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-- from the prairie and believe me, it is made in america. >> buy my book so i can stop promoting it. >> buy it on amazon, send it here, i'll sign it. >> "risk & reward" starts now. >> i want the entire krupp washington -- corrupt washington step to hear these words from all of us, when we win tomorrow, we are going to drain the swamp. we're going to washington, d.c. and we are going to drain the swamp. you probably heard me say it, drain the swamp. drain the swamp. drain the swamp. >> president trump today selling senate to skip august recess, do not leave washington d.c. unless and
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until you reach a deal to get rid of obamacare. obamacare collapses, family costs across the nation skyrocket. >> we have to repeal and replace obamacare. we can repeal it, but the best is repeal and place, and let's get going, i intend to keep my promise, i know you will too. i have been here 6 months, i have pen in hand, i am sitting in that office, i have pen in hand. for 7 years you promised american people you would repeal obamacare. people are hurting. inaction is not an suspect option, i don't think we should leave town unless we have a health insurance plan unless we can give our people great health care. liz: web to "risk & reward,"
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let's get to your money, late sprint lift of the dow, this is 43rd record close since election day. health insurance stocks up today. president hosting an all hands on deck lunch for republican senators at the white house in a last-ditch effort to get rid of obamacare. the deadline looms for their federal subsidies, white house is rejecting insurer's demands already, the president said he has pen in hand. but why can't president trump pass any legislation in her first year in office, when ronald reagan, george w. bush and george h.w. bush and barack obama all passed major pieces of legislation, why not president trump? we have a presidential hisser
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to ran whhis -- historian, who said that president trump is dealing with a dc disfunction never before seen. ron hainsey go reagan got tax cuts passed in his first year in office. bill clinton was able to get a family medical leave initiative done. george w. bush got a tax cut, and obama passing a stimulus bill. what is difference with president trump? president trump has a smaller republican majority than the democrat majorities, enjoyed by clinton and obama. now ronald reagan, and the bushes had democrat horse traders and wheeler dealers. in a were willinthey were willing to get deals done, instead president trump has to deal with chuck schumer, nancy pelosi, bernie sanders, elizabeth warren, they all
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created the now collapses obamacare. they will not take responsibility for it. >> president trump's blame game makes him look small and diminished. people will just begin totally t -- respect his lack. realize his lack of leadership. liz: question about democratic lack of leadership and bipartisanship, presidential historian doug weed is joining me now, what do you think of the dc disfunction. >> quite a portrayal, only thing i would add, it ain' it ain't over until it's over. bill clinton was fast out of the gate but he was impeached. and president bush had early victories but he left office with lowest approval rating of any president in american
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history. having -- >> they got stuff done in the first year. president trump cannot get hardly anything done what is going on with the dc swamp disfunction. >> well, it is the insiders and outsiders, no longer the left and right, it is inside and outside, donald trump is an outsider, they will be pulled out of the swamp kicking and screaming. i am just saying there is no reasons to give up optimism, lbj was a master, you talk about someone who could get legislation, he was maybe most qualified 57 t person to be president, with a fantastic first 100 days, but he left office there were tanks in the street, the country of divided. i have seen examples of v.a. is one that turned around. they are not dieing there any more. and the jobs are coming back. i have not given up on trump.
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>> president trump called out nevada republican senator dean heller at white house lunch. >> we're close, very close, other night i was surprised i heard a couple of my friends, my friends be they were and are, they might not be very much longer but this is okay. i think i have to get them back. >> you are looking this way. >> you done go ou didn't go out there, this is the one we were worried about. but you will be. he wants to remain a senator. >> poking fun at dean heller, he is being jocular and funny. you talk about lbj arm twisting, does president trump have finesse to get the deals done. >> i think so, he is not as clumsy as people suspect he is, i don't think he was just lucky he got elected president. the way this is going it looks
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like democrats flame the republicans, and republicans blame the democrats if that goes on trump will land on his feet, people will say, he wanted to do it and the establishment would not let him do it. i think he is crazy like a fox here. liz: the dc swamp they hate him, they cannot stand him. there is like a blood feud the grudges that people are holding on to. the president calling out chuck schumer for saying that people are going to die under the g.o.p. he'l health reform. >> you listen to schumer, and before he knew what the plan said, he didn't see it, most of the people in this room never saw it, he was saying, death, everyone is going to die, death, death, this is the
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only thing they are good at. this is a great plan not just a good plan, it is greater than obama scare and more generous. liz: they said hillary care would kill millions and bernie sanders saying that trump wants millions to suffer. >> it is beyond comprehension you have a president who wants millions of people to suffer, so he thinks he can win some political points. >> doug? >> yeah that is sad. we got to love each other, this getting ridiculous. nobody wants people to suffer. and you know who the biggest opponent was to obamacare? in last days of election it was barack obama. who called up to brooklyn told hillary clinton, before the second presidential debate, rates are going up on november 1, in arizona, you could lose that swing state. you have to attack obamacare. she would not do it she said i am afraid i would lose my base. your base. they had bill clinton do it he
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called it this crazy thing -- liz: you know, history is in the works, with democrats first time in history of nation, majority of democrats in house want single pair, they want medicare for all. you bring up v.a. before, the v.a. inspector general says more than 300,000 vets could have maybe died waiting for care they found their records stall in the system, they passed away, that is single payer right there. >> yes, that is right, we're all going to die, but are we better off with something or without something? i the republicans and democrats have got to come together to get something done or they will both get blamed. liz: moving to next topic, media going wall-to-wall, reporting a second undisclosed conversation with president
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trump and putin at g20 summit. dollar slips to a low. >> how is made in america wea week going. >> it is being overshadowed. >> according to washington post exciting senior washington official, mr. trump left his seat and sat next to mr. putin. critics say it, it was unusual. >> only three people who know what was said in the meeting, president trump, putin and the interpreter. >> when these headlines popped. trump and putin held a second undisclosed meeting at g20 summit. in our newsroom it caused an odd abl audible oh, my god to
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ripple across cubicle farm. liz: the president blasting past. saying fake news stories. the fake news is more and more dishonest event a dinner arranged for top 20 leaders in germany is made to look sinister. we have to say good-bye to doug, sorry we're moving on fast. we bring in pro trump, co-chair eric beech with me now. >> good-bye doug, he is a good friend of mine. there seems to be a tone and tenor from washington elites and especially media about under cutting our diplomatic efforts, if you listen to them, we want to go to war with russia, they don't even want to reach out is there no common ground to work with on isis.
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this getting more coverage than in 2012, what president obama caught on hot mic with outgoing president in russia, i'll have more flexibility after the election. there is a double standard in the media, that is unfortunate cutting into our diplomatic efforts. liz: they are looking into russia, this is a story, but how is the media covering all sorts of issues. are they being fair? first lady sat next to putin, that meeting that seating rather, seating was arranged guy germany, right? >> it was. and actually the entire dinner was arranged by merkel herself. he ran against that
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establishment, deep state, media and democratic party, and some of the establishment republicans. he will have a hard time to continue to blow up those boxes, but his leadership coming out of the box. economy has grown, and regulations have been diminished and deterrents for illegal immigration, our border crossings are down 70% because he is talking about a deterrent system that will work. liz: historian doug wead was pointing out he is optimistic. back to the g20 can controversy, were there not other world leaders there as well? >> there was, funny thing is that president just got back from a foreign trip, he saw president macron who is also an outsider, he is looking to have common ground, he is not going to follow the world's lead on whether global warming or climate change. he has talked about defending
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american interests, a way to do that is make sure we can defeat isis much his number one job as president of u.s. is to protect the citizens of the isis, we must protect our borders but we also want to gain allies across the world to defeat the common enemy in radical terrorism. liz: i hear what you are saying, news crossing that president ended a covert cia program to arm anti-assad rebels in syria. final thoughts. >> well, i just think that the president he ran against a trump coalition agenda, talked about building the wall, growing jobs and culture of confidence to make sure our economy grows, i think that washington elites held on to power for many, many years, it is time that american public
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should not be fooled, that people that try to hold on to power are not going to maintain that power, president trump's coalition agenda is getting pushed forward. >> thank you, eric. >> thank you. liz: and yo thank you against doug. earnings after the bell moving stocks, aluminum giant alcoa reporting better profits but trading is down after hours, american express reporting, up at the end of the day, but down after the bell. another record dow close. coming up rosie o'donnell sparking outrage after promoting a president killing game on twitter. >> snoop dogg sending this video, depicting the beating
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>> we're now beyond obstruction of justice. >> the fact that. the president of the united states has removed someone, at will, who was -- is in charge of investigations that could lead to treason. liz: liberals calling donald trump's jr. behavior a case of
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treason. law professors say, they are stretching existing laws, there is no evidence. >> this conduct would be covered by first amendment it is not prohibited by law, there is so much over -- claim, there talk of treason. >> people saying this could be treason, that is absurd. >> this is absurd to say it could be treason. >> fox news senior judicial analyst, judge napolitano, is it treason? >> no, absolutely not, treason is the only crime defined in constitution, that is waging war against the united states and enemy with someone elsewhere with who we are at war.
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there is no treason here. professor is correct, first person that you quoted after treason nonsense, firstmm righamendment right to discuss anything you want with anybody. and that protected. you have a first amendment right for a conversation. liz: should he have gone to fbi? >> he should have gone to general council, who would have said don't hold this meeting, i will pass it up, holding meeting itself, though giving bob mueller another suspicion to begin investigating, that meeting in and of itself and by itself is absolutely protected speech. liz: last night tucker carlson called out democrats for double standards, how bill clinton paid a a half million to a speech to ar russian firm
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while secretary clinton was secretary of state. >> giving speeches in russia. >> i don't either. i didn't like it when mike flynn did it but he was not an office holder at the time. you are condition seedin -- conceding something that blows ups russia story, not before person is working for vladimir putin. >> thank you when -- >> what do you think? double standard? >> of course. but the laws are different. bill clinton can make all the money he wants making a speech. if you are running a presidential campaign you cannot accept anything of value, from foreign national. i am going to guess that donald trump and company and donald trump jr. and company
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did not know that. liz: robert mueller is trying to get to the bottom of it. switching gears, what do you think of g 20 side meeting between putin and trump. >> president of united states was given an interpreter to speak with his dinner companion. japanese and his wife, they relied on putin a translator, i would have wished that general mcmaster, had been there, so he at least another memory of what was said, and i wish that president trump had his own interpreter, but the conversation took place in present of 80 people, to suggest it was a secret side bar is ridiculous. knowing the president's personality, he was probably trying to charm and bond with vladimir putin. liz: making like -- >> like some secret deal was cut that american government does not know about and they
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kept it from the press, that is hogwash, the press was in the room, we saw pictures. liz: enforcement of refugee, but left in place a lower different rakdistrict case order out of hawaii that lets grandparents. >> federal judge in hawaii did two things after supreme court ruling, he said if you have an offer of a job, you can come in. because that is a bona fide relationship. phrase bona fide relationship comes from supreme court opinion. which carved a hole in my opinion inappropriately and unlawfully in president trump's order, other thing he did when department of homeland security definedded family, bona fide family relationship to exclude grandparents but include in-laws, federal judge went to
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standard definition, and said this is ridiculous. grandparents are excluded. liz: what does bona fide mean. >> that is phrase court used justices thomas, and alito and -- gorsuch said why you are even putting this in there, you will cause confusion, and they were right. a partial win for immigrants? thank you, judge, cleared up a lot. >> my pleasure. liz: thank you so much. good to see you, we have breaking news out of cbo, obamacare g.o.p. repeal bill would raise number of uninsured by 22 -- i think that we'll have more on that. also this story for you, foreign purchases of u.s.
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homes hitting a record high according to national association of realtors, buyers from various country bought 153 billion bucks worth of u.s. property from april last year to march of this year, a 50% hike, a jump from a year earlier, where were sales? in florida, california, texas. where do they come from? klein, canada, the u.k. and russia, made up about 1%. of purchase. right, we have to story for you, following kathy griffin, rosie o'donnell, now sparking controversy after promoting a quote, president killing game on twitter. details. also rapper snoop dogg sending out this video depicting the beating of a police officer to his 18 million instagram followers. he said, it is about that time. but first this -- opioid crisis killing so many people
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(bell ringing) (audience cheering) liz: cbo said obamacare repeal bill would raise number of uninsured on 27 million, we think that is right. we bring in adam shapiro. reporter: first thing, it says 443 -- saves 473 billion dollars. over 10 years, by 2026 we would have 32 million americans uninsured. relative to where we are today, those under the law
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today would have insurance if we repeal the affordable care act. just next year in 2018 according to cbo number of unsured would be 17 million. average premium in nongroup market, individual, would increase by 25%. comparedded to where they are today under the law, just next year they would increase 50% by 2020. and premiums they expect would double by 2026, and roughly 50% of the nation's population, would live in an area with no insurer participating in nongroup market in 2020 because of pressure on enrollment and premiums, the score is out, bottom line it does save money to the government. roughly 473 billion over 10 years.
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but 32 million people would not have insurance in 2026. they have insurance now under current law, but th premium going up under the current law and people can't afford it. liz: thank you so much adam. >> we talk it to the panel, giana what do you think? >> we have work to do. i am in favor of president trump's idea to repeal, come up with something better. when you throw million people off health insurance that is a number. a strong number. we have to come to table with something a bit better. liz: interesting, tough here right now, we're doing going for numbers for viewers. we don't know how many people
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would choose not to have coverage, there is such chaos right now, president signed that executive order, saying, irs do not collect that mandate tax, what does that do to the market. >> right, this is just, i think you hit nail on head, this is chaos, what mitch mcconnell, and donald trump and republicans need to do is come to table, work with chuck schumer and nancy pelosi with democrats, and let's find a way to fix obamacare, make some tweaks that millions of americans' to see made, but they don't want to lose their healthcare, we keep getting more and more bad news when it comes to repealing the bill. liz: it sounds like a bailout for insurers with the way this is running now. but point is after obamacare was passed, the democrats tweaked it 70 times, the issue
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is why not just get something passed. but sounds like cbo said that numbers down look good. >> it chaos with obamacare. premiums are skyrockets. liz: we're up against a hard break you will be back in a few minutes. we'll have more after the break. potsch: you each drive a ford pickup, right?
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(in unison) russ, leland, gary: yes. gary: i have a ford f-150. michael: i've always been a ford guy. potsch: then i have a real treat for you today. michael: awesome. potsch: i'm going to show you a next generation pickup. michael: let's do this. potsch: this new truck now has a cornerstep built right into the bumper. gary: super cool. potsch: the bed is made of high-strength steel, which is less susceptible to punctures than aluminum. jim: aluminum is great for a lot of things, but maybe not the bed of a truck. potsch: and best of all, this new truck is actually- gary: (all laughing) oh my... potsch: the current chevy silverado. gary: i'm speechless. gary: this puts my ford truck to shame. james: i'll tell you, i might be a chevy guy now. (laughing)
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liz: the opioid crisis killing
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so many people across country, now the state of ohio, room is there is no more room at the morgue. they have had to resort to using cold storage trailers to store the deceased. the number of deathing sky rock eded to over 2500 in 2015. 775%. there is a medicine that can block opioid narcan. a look at stocks and companies where you can get narcan, shows emending mix. -- them ending mixed. we have an ohio sheriff who refuses to let his deputies carry narcan on duty. thank you for coming on the show. you are in in the front lines, you contend with a lot,
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if narcan can save someone's life, why don't you want your deputies to carry it. >> it is simple, i want my deputies to go home at end of their shift, they don't have to die because someone is using drugs, they get there, they have to get down on their knees, they spray it in their nose, they come out fighting, they don't want them there, i know a lady got her nose broke first thing, guy popped her in the nose, this is out of control. some places, they won't even law enforcement they are not allowed to use narcan or have it and use it unless there are two owtwo or their police officers, and life squad people have to have someone with them, we're out of money, the stuff is not free or cheap, life squads are dispatched same time as we are, this is out of control and dangerous for law enforcement to use.
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liz: you have been quoted saying all we're doing is reviving them, not cures them, there is snow law that says that cops have to carry narcan, paramedics are more equipped to use narcan. critics say, cops are supposed to save lives. >> we do save lives, i do not carry an epipen. we don't give you a shot if you are having an epileptic seizure, we don't predescribe medication, our job is to get there, we'll stop the bleeding, to control of the situation, and see my deputies go home at the end of their shift every night. we have issues, where life scawrds the squads are delayed with someone getting there, because of someone is -- the hospitals are wore out, i have three babies born in my
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jail to addicted mothers in last an month, last one born in the toilet, no one wants to talk about, our politicians are so concerned with the last elect we cannot get help, period. liz: sheriff jones, we would like to hear more with what you are contending with, thank you so much. >> thank you very much. liz: kathy griffin create a controversy beheading the president, remember that. >> and that play detecting the president's death, now we have rosie o'donnell in a controversy she created,. promoting a president killing game, on twitter, don't go away.
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liz: getting back to breaking news. the cbo report.
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>> it is important to remember that cbo did the same job in 2015 when senate voted to repeal affordable care act. numbers are similar. in 10 years by 2026, cbo and joint committee estimate that additional 32 million people would be uninsured in 2026. compared to people who have insurance right now, roughly that 32 million in 10 years, they have insurance now. but if we repeal without replace, would not have. just next year, cbo said, i am reading this number of people uh-u uninsured would increase by 17 million in 2018. and then, that number would increase 27 million in 2020.
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this is going to be a tough sell for republicans without replace, you heard president trump said, he wants repeal and replace. liz: moments ago senator alexander said, i don't think there are 40 votes to repeal obama carry without a replacement plan. >> next up, rosie o'donnell's game. but first gaming stocks doing well today. electronic art in the green. get back to this controversial video game, detecting the killing of president trump. rosie o'donnell looks like you know in there too. this is a game that shows president. if you click on buttons he falls into a manhole or a it
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t-rex will pick him up. the game called push trump off a cliff. >> bye. >> i'm really rich. liz: bring our political power panel back. what do you think of that game? posted on rosie's twitter account. >> i -- look violent of any kind regardless of whether it a democrat oa or a republican. this is unacceptable in political discourse or any matter. i think this is inappropriate,
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donald trump and rosie o'donnell have had a ongoing feud for years. donald trump has said hateful things about rosie o'donnell. and on his social media accounts and et cetera, but ceasefire, no more, let's put an end to this. this goes for donald trump's rallies as well, there is no place for this in political discourse. liz: what do you think. >> this is de despicable. she has a million followers on twitter, you should respect the office of the president, it doesn't matter if you don't like him or not. this could insight silence. she should be a big individual, and not go with the narrative that democrats have been pushing, violence against the president. >> that is not fair.
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democrats have been pushing this. >> violence against the resist rallies and such, look add madonna and snoop dogg and any number of individuals. >> a quick word. >> this is happening on both sides of aisle. >> where? >> campaign rallies, don't put this all on democrats. >> thank you so much. >> next up a 13-year-old girl threatened for opening up a lemonade stand in the san francisco bay area, because she did not have a business license, we have the girl and her dad here to talk about it next. i go with anoro. ♪go your own way copd tries to say, "go this way." i say, "i'll go my own way" with anoro. ♪go your own way once-daily anoro contains two medicines called bronchodilators, that work together to significantly improve
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threatened for opening a lemonade stand in her san francisco bay area neighborhood without a business license. her father, whoever that guy was to threaten to call the cops on my daughter who opened a lemonade stand, you are pathetic. richard, what happened to your daughter after she set up her stand? >> first time she set it up, a person pulled up. she was not there more than 10 minutes, someone pulled up, told her, said is that a lemonade stand, she said yes, he said where is your business license, h she said, she does not have one, he said you need a business license, i am going to call police.
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and he put the phone up to his ear to call. liz: oh, come on. >> it must have felt scary for you when the jerk showed up to threaten you. how does it feel? >> well, it made me feel very special. i knew to him it was important to him, so, that is why he went out of his way to post on the web site. and i fell special about it, he cared. liz: jasmine were you alone at that table selling lemonade when the jerk showed up? >> yes, i was. liz: that is scary and that is wrong, i hope they catch them and throw the book at him. richard what response have you receive snd received? >>95% was supportive. there is a small percentage of people that use it for race
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situations that were not relevant. we're a bi-racial family. liz: more idiots being jerks, you are smart, mature little girl, you look terrific, i applaud you and applaud your pop. >> thank you. liz: how did the cops help you? >> so, how they helped me was you know they came over, and they supported me by coming over and buying lemonade, telling us we're a-- how we are allowed to do it in the community. >> jill jill -- liz: do have you any idea who he was? >> i am pretty sure he lives in our community, she pointed out a vehicle in a parking spot, i do not personally know who he is, she explained that is his vehicle.
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liz: jasmine. this is first time i used jerk word on tv, i am so mad about this, this -- this is not going to stop you from wanting to be a entrepreneur or seek you know prosperity on your own, right? >> no, no. liz: all right. thank youy is much, what a story, we'll follow you on social media, and you know i hope that catch that guy, i'll say it again, he is a yerk. jer. >> thank you. >> coming up nascar coming to fox business tonight, the details are next. when i received the diagnosis,
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i knew at that exact moment, whatever it takes, wherever i have to go...i'm beating this. my main focus was to find a team of doctors that work together. ..
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liz: talk about employee of the month. at the fast food restaurant at chic a lay, security cameras caught dramatic footage of an employee who raced to save an
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employee from choke. he's now being talked about as a hero. thank you so much for having us in your homes. gerri willis is here with "making money." gerri: good evening, i'm gerri willis and you are watching:"making money." president trump dressing down a recalcitrant senate which failed to address crumbling obamacare exchanges and spiraling healthcare costs. president trump admonishing senators that he has been in hand, and if they didn't deliver a bill to his desk they would have to stay through the august recess.


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