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>> "no, they can't!" >> sean: thank you for being with us. that's all the time we have left. as always, thank you for being with us. >> good morning, everyone. it's saturday, june 9th. i'm alisyn camerota. new developments in white house leaks. two u.s. attorneys now appointed to investigate. president obama crying foul against the allegations. >> the notion that my white house would purposely release classified national security information is offensive. >> will the white house link the source of the leaks to the oval office? we'll explore. >> as you might imagine. mitt romney firing back after the president says the private sector is doing just fine. >> is he really that out of
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touch? >> yes. >> i think he is defining what it means to be detached and out of touch with the american people. >> my, how times have changed. is the president now out of touch? we'll report you decide. >> the shoe is on the other foot now. plus, whatever happened to getting down on a knee. a man's enchanted proposal plan goes horribly wrong when his hot air balloon hits a power line. >> men. >> go to a restaurant. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> giddy up, everybody. and good morning. >> clayton was playing the air banjo. it's not the guitar. it's his cousin.
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>> i hope he will give us a repeat performance in the show for all people who missed your air banjo. >> that -- and bass pro-will be outside all morning long. we will talk to them later in the show. you will have to reprise your terrible archery. >> terrible orifice sinating how i handle it. >> we will see if you guys can compete. my money is on the children. this book may seem like clayton's bible. i suck at girls. it's not. it's from another author. he writes about how he had no clue how to talk to women and meet women. now is he a happily married man. >> famously justin happen principal who started the twitter account when he moved back home with his dad who said stuff my dad says. justin will be here in a little bit. >> fantastic. let's start with perhaps have you been reading a lot about what has been going on at the
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white house in terms of their plan to deal with terrorists. why do we know so much about how president obama has dealt with the dronen because they have been published in the "new york times." >> leaks apparently. and the associated press have apparently allowed reporters to get their hands on classified top secret information so now what? >> so now what? now goat learn two names. ron' and rod. these two guys are u.s. attorneys and they are know appointed by attorney general eric holder to investigate these leaks. ronald on the left and rod rosen stein on the right. only three attorneys by the way to president obama kent from the bush years. so he was a bush appointee on the right and obama appointee on the left to investigate these leaks. >> are these details, national security details being leaked by the whowstlesz, by the
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obama administration itself? they will hopefully determine that but lindsey graham and john mccain meanwhile saying this is not going far enough issuing a statement on friday night saying it is imperative that an independent investigation be conducted as opposed to what they are conducting where the results could be accepted with a high degree of confidence and without a hint of political considerations. we are confident that two u.s. attorneys hand picked by attorney general eric holder are fine men, however, if there ever was a situation we needed outside special counsel that would enjoy by part san acceptance and widespread public trust, it is now. >> 2003 the value enterally blame scandal. outside independent counsel. >> patrick fitzgerald outside the administration. >> you can argue that these guys don't get in politics
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involved. these are great attorneys and they are going to do their job. >> if you need a reminder as to what leaks exactly we are talking about now we can talk about them since out there. the al qaeda prison bomb plot. leaked a double agent who was acting between different intelligence sources there. there was also the kill list which was the front page of the "new york times" this month about how the president signs off on each and every drone strike target. >> and then interesting to me, of course, is the stubbs net virus. stuxnet virus iranian cyber virus. it's a worm, sort of escaped and got out there, be able to be used by hackers. >> john kerry said it was a horrible idea that the "new york times" published this information. he said there was a problem with that. investigators are looking into. we could go on in the next
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half hour other leaks that that have occurred including the cozy relationship between hollywood and the usama bin laden and there are many, many other things that have been leaked over the past couple of years that make folks comfortable. none of this comes from his administration and he wants to get to the bottom of t as well. let's listen. >> the notion that my white house would purposely release classified national security information is offensive. it's wrong and -- you know, people, i think, need to have a better sense of how i approach this office and how the people around me here approach this office. >> does that come back to haunt him? charles krauthammer last night on "special report" thinks it will. >> i think he will regret
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having made this statement the same way he will regret the idea about the private sector doing okay. if it is offensive, the idea that it would have been leaked when we know that in the report itself it quoted white house officials, then let him prove it by having a special counsel appointed. the key here is dianne feinstein, if she demands it, it will be done. >> so the other statement that charles alluded to was earlier in the day when president obama said in remarks that he hoped would move the conversation forward on how to fix the economy, did anything but. when he said essentially the private sector is doing fine. >> the truth of the matter is that as i said, we created 4.3 million jobs over the last 27 months. over 800,000 just this year alone. the private sector is doing fine. where we are seeing weakness is in our economy had to do
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with state and local government. >> see, government romney want to seize on that opportunity? >> i would bet that he did. in fact, a few hours later he did just that he was speaking at a campaign stop and he just said that he was flabbergasted by that comment. >> is he really that out of touch? >> yes. >> i think he is defining what it means to be detached and out of touch with the american people. has there ever been an american president who is so far from reality as to believe in an american where 23 million americans are out of work or stopped looking for work can only find part-time jobs and need full-time jobs for the president of the jaghts to stand up and say the private sector is doing fine? is going to go down in history. it's an extraordinary miscalculation and misunderstanding by a president who is out of touch. >> that was a present for mitt romney who has largely been labeled out of touch rich guy
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with six houses. delivering a president right to him. he has been criticized for making comments to fire people which may be out of context. did the president slip up and forget the word not in there or did he literally think that the private sector was okay? >> does he just not grasp what the private sector is? because clearly no one makes that statement if they have a concept of what the private sector is. >> at a white house press conference perhaps. did he he forget the word not or mentally shift those things around somehow. he had to walk that back later in the day and completely retailer that whole thing. take a listen. >> listen, it is absolutely clear that the economy is not doing fine, that's the reason i had the press conference. that's why i spent yesterday, the day before yesterday, this past week, this past month and this past year talking about how we can make the economy stronger. the economy is not doing fine.
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there are too many people out of work. the housing market is still weak and too many homes under water. that's precisely why i asked congress to start taking some steps that can make a difference. >> did that clarify it? >> i don't think so. nowhere in there did i hear him say that the private sector is not fine. the private sector is hurting. >> or even like what i meant was. >> right. >> mad scramble at the white house yesterday. because either he forgot the word not, t is not okay and he later oh my gotti say it's okay? >> wow. let us know what you think. foxandfriends.com. >> we start with a fox news alert for you. out of afghanistan. four nate foe service members killed in insurgent attack in this province in northeastern afghanistan there the taliban claiming responsibility. witnesses say a homicide
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bomber disguised himself in a burqa and approached the soldiers on foot. it troops likely french. we know there are american soldiers who patrol that region as well. we will keep you posted as details come in. delay army psychiatrist if choosed in a fort hood shooting lamb page showing up in court with a beard. judge says this violates army violations and says the pre-trial hearing will not take place until hasan complies with the military's grooming standards this or he can watch from outside of the courtroom on a video feed. >> sparks he was looking for. indiana man proposing to his girlfriend hot air balloon ride when disaster struck. balloon hitting a power line sending a jolt of electricity through the balloon. both the bride to be and the pilot were treated for burns. on the plus side, she did say yes.
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small business owner amilya antonetti. nice to see you this morning. >> good morning. >> what did you think of this new definition? what the definition first of all. >> widen the definition so they can from v. more jobs. right now it's less than 3% of the job market. since we can't increase the numbers to justify how much money we have invested in the green market, we will just widen the definition so we can put more people in there that's not very good. >> this is descriptions putting in green cover the butt kind of thing.
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you are really missing the whole will purpose. what's happening and when you take a look in the free market space there is too much emphasis going into one segment and it's hurting the bigger part of that 3% of the jobs are coming out of green. what about the other big majority. and we're losing too many jobs here to try to help 3%. mathematically it doesn't make sense it consciously doesn't make any sense. am i pro green? but not when i hire one green person and lay off five regular people. >> or where the definition really doesn't match up to what you think it does. here is darrell issa asking about this in front of congress. take a listen. >> i asked you a question. you know the answer. would you please answer it? if you sweep the floor in a solar panel facility, is that a green job? >> yes. >> thank you. if you drive a hybrid bus public transportation is that a green job. >> according to our definition, yes. >> thank you. how about employees at a bicycle shop?
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>> i guess i'm not sure about that. >> the answer is yes according to your definition and you have got a lot of them. >> so, employees at a bicycle shop considered green jobs. >> and somebody who drives a bus is a green job. you could be driving a toxic bus but if you -- i mean, you get vague and ambiguous. first of all you are not doing the whole purpose of going green. taking the social consciousness part of it out of it and this second of all. >> you are cheapening it. that's my gut reaction. >> not cost effectively using our money wisely. hired one person and let five go. pigeon hole all the rules and regulations that the green. that's stifling the work place right now is all these rules and regulations and green brought more rules and regulations than any of the other demographics. >> let me flip the other side and take the other position on this maybe this is great for small business. opportunity to get some money to get my business started to kick off something. can i get a little bit of
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money. a little bit of a grant from the government and actually get things going. what would you say to is that? >> you would think. but you want to become green -- back up the paperwork. small businesses we don't want to be unpaid administrators here. there is so many rules and regulations to qualify this and qualify that. in order to be able to get a little bit of money. if you are a big guy and need money. we can throw millions of dollars at you and you don't have to justify the numbers. it doesn't make any sense anymore. it is so convoluted that you need a full-time job to just to figure t out. that's not the purpose. >> you heard them in front of congress be he doesn't know the answers. >> i keep saying let the free markets be free. let them be free and we'll fix this. just get out of our way. >> that's a good note to end on. amilya antonetti, you bring such sunshine. >> thank you. >> coming up on the show, reading, math and begging for cash. one high school sending their students to actually beg on the streets. got to hear this one, folks.
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plus attorney general eric holder on 00 hot seat over operation fast and furious. it's not his job that may be on the line. up next the republic congressman putting pressure on speaker boehner. congressman louie here to explain that coming up. ♪
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>> welcome back, everybody. 6:23 eastern. some quick headlines now. e.coli outbreak spreading across six states. it's reportedly been linked to one death aced long with 14
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illnesses. officials have identified the stranel but have not identified the source. and the military judge refusing to dismiss charges against bradley manning. he, of course, the army private accused of handing over thousands of secret u.s. documents to the site wikileaks. the official trial will start later this year. manning faces life in military prison. >> well, let's talk straw polls now. you know what these things are, right. you pay money to go hear people talk and you vote at the end of the night. >> the vp stakes have r. for more interesting than who is paying money to vote. who is going to be vice president is far more interesting parlay at this point. >> that's what this straw poll is for the vice presidency. >> this is cpac in chicago. conservative political action conference in chicago. the run away winner was marco
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rubio by a landslide. 40% of the respondents want him to be the vice president. chris christie was number two but much further behind. interesting to me were the people not -- got like 2% of the vote. rob portman whose name has been thrown around. he is not on the list. people like bobby jindal who spoke at the conference, actually there, rand paul 8% of the vote. rob portman and virginia governor got 2%. interesting t. is interesting that they got 2%. they are often named as a safe choice. if mitt romney is going to stay in character and do the safe choice. somebody who won't upstage him but who he gets along with who he likes that's not hot audience wanted. they wanted a more bold choice. >> interesting name trickling out senator in new hampshire very solid background. some compare to sarah palin. they haven't done their
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homework enough yet on kelly iotte. >> mitt romney's campaign short list. even said she is on my short list. >> she is intriguing. >> meanwhile, chris christie, of course, who lots of people named as well. he was at the chicago cpac conference and he sees also on the president's slip-up saying that the private sector is doing just fine. here was chris christie's take. >> it is an outrage to have the president of the united states stands up and say to hard-working governors, republics and democrats around this country, that state and local government hiring is moving in the wrong direction and we're to blame because the economy is not growing. he is the one who put forward an ineffective wasteful stimulus plan that did nothing to help this economy. he is the one who saddled us with all these federal rules and regulations that don't allow governors to have the
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freedom to do what we really want. and then he has the audacity to stand up this morning and say that it's the nation's governors and the nation's mayors who are driving our economy down by not hiring enough people for government work? >> my guy. who do you think? we won't make you pay in this straw poll. who do you think is romney's choice on ff twitter at foxnews.com. >> let's see if we can get more votes in the straw poll. 500 people voted in that straw poll. >> we can do better this morning, everyone. all right. coming up. >> coming up, she has taken a unique approach to landing a job. i don't know if you will need ear muffs for this or not. >> it is an ear worm you are going to have all day. >> this recent college graduate, was she a hit with employers who saw this video? did she get a job? hire me. >> i love this song. [ laughter ] and still searching for a present for dad? bass pro-shops is here with
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♪ call me maybe. >> that is one way to try to get a job in this economy. clearly the private sector is not doing fine. [ laughter ] >> this is a graduate of elan university. and she is a very capable graduate. we are not judging her singing abilities. >> yes we are. >> going out there and appealing to employers. >> she has a degree in jirnl. minor in theater arts. so she is trying to distinguish herself. >> play that music again. we will let you decide. >> do it again. >> if i'm a potential employer. first of all i like she put it all together. >> she produced it. >> she doesn't seem -- she seems self-deprecating and not ashamed to have the music dancing around. so maybe, all right. i give her that but the singing is. >> it's not bad. >> i'm going to need more special effects depending on some wipes. star wipes? >> something like that. >> i appreciate the effort in this economy. you have got to do something. we have seen efforts similar to this. but i like the effort.
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>> she is looking for a job in journalism. does this get a job in journalism? yes! the answer is yes. in this it actually does. it says employ me maybe. ♪ elan -- >> i think that will get it done. >> worse efforts made by journalists today. [ laughter ] >> i think there you go. i think it will, too. it's already getting so many youtube hits. we are playing it that does show initiative, right? >> why is that guy in there? >> suddenly i'm interested. >> random shirtless guy. >> she cuts back to the video. >> again, i'm distracted. >> alisyn, if you are looking hire someone. >> yes. annoy me, maybe. >> or he could be i do need my -- >> lawn mowed? >> yard mowed. >> work. friends at foxandfriends.com.
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ff weekend on twitter. >> let us -- let you know what's happening in the news. we now know police found a yellow matchbox car, a pair of boys underwear and boys blue shorts hidden in the new jersey home of pedro hernandez. he, of course, is the man who claims that he strangled 6-year-old patz in the basement of a new york city bodega in 197. the toy and clothing do appear to be from that era. they note that patz was wearing pants, not shorts on the day he disappeared. right now the only evidence against hernandez is his own confession and prosecutors fear that might not be enough considering his history of mental illness. well, talk about bad luck orlando man getting getting stuck with george zimmerman's old cell phone number. zimmerman, neighborhood watchman charged in the shooting death of trayvon martin. his phone number was featured
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in news reports 911 calls were released. the man says it was his first time buying a cell phone and now he wishes he hadn't. good news he was able to return it to a t mobile store to for credit. they are now retiring that number. controversy in california where private schools accused of using students to panhandle for money. students reportedly from st. andrew missionary baptist church private school. residents say they take to the streets five days a week soliciting donations well into the evening hours. the school also accused about lying about enrollment numbers to get federal subsidies. the pastor who runs the school has his own history of fraud. he is not commenting at this time. high school seniors in new york feeling a sense of accomplishment for graduating. they were taken down a peg during a commencement speech by an english teacher. >> you are not special. [ laughter ] >> you are not exceptional. contrary to what you're soccer
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trophy suggests you are. [ laughter ] >> glowing 7th grade report card despite every assurance of a certain purple dinosaur, that nice mr. rogers and your batty on sylvia. no afternoon how long your eternal cand crusader has swooped in to save you you are nothing special. >> ouch. don't sugar coat did. david mccullough's advice coming from a time when today's youth suffer from self-importance. the reaction from the speech was positive even from the students. >> i loved it. >> all right. there you go. a little medicine. dave, tell us what's going on. >> out of running, i will have another won't be vying for the triple crown at belmont today. the kentucky derby and preakness winner withdrawing from the stakes. counting himself out from being the first horse in 34 years winning the triple crown as ceremonial tribute i'll have another will lead. the third place finisher in
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the derby has been installed as the new 9 to 5 favorite. great graphic though in the "new york post" tells the damage done to belmont. two days ago. general admission tickets were going for $80. today, 9. before a box seat was going for 600. today 122. belmont is devastated as is nbc. they lost their audience and their fans. >> the excitement has waned. they are trying to preserve the horse. >> a lot of stud fees i'll have another's way. >> here is rick. speaking of stud fees. >> look who is back. a frequent guest here on "fox & friends." >> this is. >> your pet racoon. >> my new mascot. new weather mascot. >> how about our new weather man in general? >> clayton, or that that's a very likely possibility. let's talk about the weather, guys. we have a very warm day on tap for a lot of the central part of the country. as you are waking up right
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now, take a being at your temperatures. a little cooler around parts of the far northeast. and out across the west it's actually quite cool. we have snow into the northern rockies. take a look at your forecast for the day today. into the northeast, some scattered showers cutting a line right from around lake ontario down to new york city this afternoon and i think we night see a thunderstorm cutting through here right around 6:00 at the time of the belmont. so we do have those showers. temps into the 70s for most everyone. look at this down to the southeast. very heavy rain, especially across the panhandle of florida and much of the peninsula of florida today. that rain is going to slowly spread toward the north but do expect to see some big downpours and very heavy rain accumulating over the next few days. in the northern plains for the most part, dry exempt for few scattered thunderstorms that will happen. some could be severe. temps. look at that, 90 degrees in chicago today. 94 in far go. out across the west, this is where all of the cool weather is. los angeles 72. but look at all that white on the map up there in towards the northern rockies.
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that is some snow. snow clayton, it's june. snowe. >> you are a crazy man. >> i know. hard to be it's time to be camping. >> it's perfect to get out there for father's day because now is the big father's day sale at bass pro-shops. these are the things that dad wants. these are the gadgets and gizmos and outdoor tools that dad want this year. >> like to say dad's day synonymous with bass pro-shops. >> father's day is every day of the year at our place j just another excuse. start with. so things you have there. i really like this. it's like a modern day treasure hunt that adults can do which is geo cashing. you use different g.p.s. devices to actually do it. tell me about this. >> this is really cool. you take a hand held g.p.s. input coordinants. there is hidden geo cashes all around the planet. there is 1.5 hidden geo cashes. box with trinkets not about
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what you find but about the bragging rights. also takes to you really neat places. >> that other people have hidden so you can go and find them. >> exactly. right here in manhattan there is geo cashes set up hidden in the city. >> i found two yesterday. one 2 auto that way after the show. a little capsule. it gist you the bagging rights to say it's here. >> etracks from garrmin. a bundle, everything you need to get started. great thing about geo cashing, good way to introducing people out doors in a way they never thought about. >> great way to deal with your kids. sounds like a great idea. i smelled some smoke coming out of the smoker over here. this is a great thing to be able to cook different meat and food something dad is going to love. >> this is extra wide. can you put a ton of food in this thing. in fact, yesterday we were smoking up some fresh salmon, so try a piece. this is a great smoker. $159. dad will be smoking up everything in the house. >> and dads love a recliner.
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my dad loves his recliner. if i took that thing away, i don't know what he would do. you have some great cat nap rocker recliner, great seams. these are good outdoors ones. put them up in the cabin. it's got camo. you might not find it, steve. >> that's true. if mom is worried about this camo recliner, the bottom line is you will never see it in the house. 7 different models that come with built in heat and massage. >> heat and massage. i know where i'm going to be spending the show. >> finally oh baby here is it is party barge from sun tracker. this is also a big gift idea. this would be for the splurge gift that you could put this on the father's day lift. >> for under $19,000 sun tracker, the most popular pontoon boat sold since 1983 in america. this is an island on the water. take everybody with you for the weekend. you can do everything you want to. run, ski, fish, tube, having fun on the water. >> when i was down chesapeake bay, we will get down there on the pontoon boat and spend the
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whole afternoon. fishing or scuba diving. crabbing. >> you can do anything you want on this boat. sun tracker is just a great quality boat. >> check it all out at bass pro-shops right now. the great father's day sale is underway. much more at bass pro-out here later. including alisyn trying to shoot some archery once again. last time she fired an arrow out. >> i think we finally got the damage repaired. >> stuck in o'reilly's chest somewhere, i did impail one of our top stars. this time i'm sure will be very different. i look forward to repeat performance. >> bologna. >> thank you, gentlemen. coming up, is the next person in line to lead al qaeda rooming the streets of one american city? what you need to know about this man. >> new concerns this morning over cat scans and your children. our medical a team dr. marc siegel is here with the radiation risks you should know about.
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it increased their risk of leukemia by three times. it increased their risk of brain cancers. we are talking about very rare cancers. we are not talking about -- look at a different way. if you were a child and went in to get a cat scan what would your risk somebody in the risk is still extremely low. i don't want people out there who need cat scans, ct scans for some reason to say whoa i'm too afraid of the risk. can't think of it that way. we don't want fear to be overriding principle. >> risk is you get a lot of radiation during cat scans and x-rays too. >> cat scans at least 10 times more than a an x-ray. i don't want to extend this to x-rays. you are right. but here's the thing. we need to have a wakeup call to be aware of this. the message here is it's not nothing. make sure you need it before you get it and don't get multiple ones for no reason. make sure the doctor has a reason. that that's all. don't stop doing it. >> it's interesting because if you have five cat scans, the chances are there is a serious reason for that.
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>> exactly. >> anyway. this past week there was some good news, at least on the outside it appears some good news regarding alzheimers and a possible treatment. you say not so fast. >> dave, we're always saying alzheimer's, we're so worried about it more than 5 million people have it in the u.s. we want a cure so badly that we jump. the media jumps and says here it is. this is very preliminary. what this is and it is exciting news is that they took skin cells and manipulated them into becoming cells that build brain tissue. almost like a sci-fi movie. in mice they were able to get these mice that had more brain tissue in the memory centers than they had before. i think that's astounding but that's far from saying we can now put it into people's brains and prevent alzheimer's. by the time we diagnosed alzheimer's it's pretty far along and a protein in there we can't get rid of. we have to diagnose it very early. which we're getting better at but against this is years and years away.
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>> meanwhile something exciting last weekend about a new cancer treatment they call it a smart bomb treatment that just attacks the tumor but not the healthy cells around it tell us more about that if we can be encouraged. >> alisyn, i love this one. this is about breast cancer about 2 a% of all breast cancer has genetic abnormality. we already target it with targeted therapy. this is the wave of the future. where we take genetic modulation and antibodies and we zoom in right at that tumor. now, we're adding a bond to it we are adding the chemotherapy. when we get there, it literally explodes the tumor and leaves the rest of your body alone. chemotherapy used to destroy both your norm middle school tissue and the tumor. now we're targeting the tumor. this is the wave of the future. >> it's great. good news. >> this is not sci-fi. this is real. >> great. the future is now. thanks, dr. sealing, we appreciate you coming on. >> coming up, brave students choosing to put their lives on
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>> alisyn: some brave high school seniors making a decision to enlist in the military and serve their country rather than going to college. but as one mom, shockingly found out. some schools will not honor these students at their graduation ceremonies. so she organized her own ceremony to salute her son. and she has done it with the help of ken hartman a founder of our community solutes. helps honor military grads when schools won't. that mom joins us now. good morning, christine. >> good morning, alisyn. >> tell us how it came to pass
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that you, your son, who told you that he wanted to enlist in the marines how you found out that his school wasn't going to honor him. >> well, each year there are pregraduation events and students are recognized. and we will recognize students for various things. and this seemed like something we should be recognizing as well since our school is named after an enlisted man. >> oh, how interesting. of course, you realized that the school was going to recognize kids who were doing -- going into rotc, who were going to college. but not this. what did you think first of all when your son told you that he wanted tone list in the marines? >> well, i was completely shocked. it was expected. we thought that he would go to college. so this was a complete surprise. >> and why did your son want to go this route? >> oh, alisyn, i'm going to -- for my son, he chose things
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like honor, he wanted to be part of something greater than himself. some pretty a amazing reasons. but i think kids' reasons for choosing this vary. >> and we had hoped to talk to your son but we should mention that he is in basic training right now full figure that goal of his. so you hooked up with this man ken hartman, again, with the organization our community solutes, and now what are you hoping to bring to schools? >> well, our community solutes mission so to speak is to recognize the high school seniors who are graduating and enlisting and their parents and goltd is to increase in the number of chapters and just get the spread across our country. this school that i was -- my son was graduating from is not the only one that does not recognize these kids. it's nationwide.
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>> it is a nationwide problem. in fact, you are making progress. tell us what's changed thus far. well, we were fortunate enough, last year we recognized 11 young men from one high school in fairfax county, virginia. this year we recognized nearly 100 from the entire county. and it included not only the public schools but private schools and home schooled students as well. and this is a great time of year. people are having graduations, think about these kids. and then this is when we grow. this is when the organization grows by chapters as people find out the absence of recognition. >> absolutely. well, christine, thanks so much for coming in and sharing your efforts with us. and give your son philip our regards. >> i will, thank you. >> congratulate him on this chapter. >> thank you, alisyn. >> is the next person in line to lead al qaeda roaming the streets of one american city? what you need to know about this guy.
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>> alisyn: good morning, everyone, it's saturday june 9th. i'm alisyn camerota. is the white house leaking information to make the white house look better in the president says no way. >> the notion that my white house would purposely release classified national security information is offensive. >> alisyn: well this morning two u.s. attorneys now appointed to investigate what's going on inside the white house, we have the details straight ahead. >> dave: and attorney general eric holder on the hot seat over operation fast and furious again. what's he hiding from congress? >> my question though, mr. chairman, was did you go back and say i demand to know
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who authorized this fast and furious program? that was the question pretty simple. >> that's consistent with me telling the inspector general to find out what happened here. so the answer to your question is yes. >> straight ahead the republic congressman putting that pressure on the attorney general. is he here live in minutes. >> plus, he is apparently the next in line to lead al qaeda. is he right in our own backyard. we will tell you about that story. that guy coming up. "fox & friends" hour three -- no, it's two. >> two, buddy, don't get ahead of yourself. >> i was jumping ahead. one of these hours starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> clayton: bass pro-shops here for the big father's day sale. camping season is in effect. get out there and teach the kids how to do some archery.
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alisyn is going to be learning archery again from bass pro-shops. >> i love archery. i love shooting arrows. ill would just say keep the young children away from the area where i will be doing that? >> i think last year, dave, correct me if i am wrong, because we have the big posters of bill o'reilly and things outside, she actually missed the target and skipped off and hit o'reilly. >> tough day for bill. >> he recovered. >> he had that like arrow through his head, that's sad. meanwhile, let's get right to your headlines. we have a lot to tell you about this hour. including this fox news alert. the taliban is claiming responsibility for that attack that killed four nato service members in afghanistan overnight. witnesses say a homicide bomber disguised himful? a burqa and approached the soldiers at a local market in this province in the northeast section of afghanistan. officials are now confirming the soldiers were french. there are also reports that another nato service member was killed in afghanistan overnight. the details of that incident
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are not clear at this time. we will keep you posted. officials believe the next potential leader of al qaeda could be right here in the united states. this man is believed terrorist thug with ties to brooklyn, new york. is he currently on the fbi's most wanted list and he was also believed to be involved in the foiled new york city subway bomb plot. >> well, after years of lobbying, finally help for those after 9/11 attacks. pushing for healthcare attention that would include first responders and residents who developed cancer from the toxic ash of the world trade center collapse. this way the 4.3 billion-dollar program would include people with 50 different types of cancer helping them to qualify for free treatment of the disease and potentially hefty compensation payments. good news out of edge divland. learning that prince philip has been released from a london hospital. he had been there since monday
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battling an infection. all of this while the rest of the u.k. celebrated the 60th anniversary of his wife's queen elizabeth reign. he celebrates his 91st birthday tomorrow. they are some hearty souls over there. , rick reichmuth. >> rick: hardy like me. midwesterners but they are not. >> same stock. >> plains today down across the golf. next number of days. maybe a little bit of flooding but also drought relief which is good news. out across the west big fire danger today and tomorrow again unfortunately all the four corner states and parts of california and nevada deal with that as well. here is a look at the satellite radar picture. down towards the southeast upper level disturbance here not a tropical storm but just that kind of tropical storm moisture from the gulf will continue to be pulled in from florida and across the central gulf. that's going to be heavy at times. into the northern plains you
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see this rain moving across parts of new york right now. that's going to continue to make its way toward new york city and around the time of belmont. we will be dealing with a passing shower or thunderstorm. to the north of that you will be fine across much of new england, to the south of it, you are also fine today, d.c., philadelphia, you are looking really really good. out to the southwest, looking fine into the southwest at this point. there are storms you see moving across north dakota right now. those are going to continue to be severe throughout the afternoon. might see hail or wind. could see isolated tornado. north dakota and minnesota. very warm day. temperatures building across the central plains. getting to 91 in minneapolis today. very warm right across the front range. see some triple digits across areas of the panhandle of texas today and tomorrow. cool down behind that front here. you see those temps rapid city dropping tomorrow. minneapolis one more warm day and cool off again by tuesday but staying very very warm across much of south. back to you. >> okay. rick. thanks so much. >> you bet. >> he we are hearing late last
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night of course on a friday night, that's when you release some bad information. >> that's when you do it. >> that attorney general eric holder releasing information that he has assigned two u.s. attorneys to now go after and figure out if the white house or someone in the white house hadline leaking information on a number of different areas, including al qaeda attacks, the underwear bomber attacks, that stuxnet virus that they had created to go against iran all of that stuff. >> dave: eric holder putting in the special investigation. john mccain and lindsey graham both senators say this is not going far enough in terms of an investigation. they need an outside independent investigation, not going far enough say those two senators. the question is, here are those three incidents that clayton mentioned now, when it comes to leaks that they're investigating. is there a greater pattern? here are the three that eric holder says they will specifically investigate where the leaks came from. the kill list, the first one
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is because we had a double agent british double agent was outed. he was the one that helped the u.s. figure out this al qaeda and the arabian peninsula plot. stuxnet virus. cyber attack strategy they used in iran. the question is is there a greater pattern here or are these just a few incidents. >> the reason we can talk about awful these some were opt front page of the "new york times" and some reported by the associated press. where do they get their information there are moments in some of these reports where they're quoting things that happened in the oval office or at lois things that president obama said. howe would they know those things if they didn't come from a very highly placed insider in the white house. well, president obama says that he is very frustrated by these leaks and he says how he he is going to respond to them. >> the notion that my white house would purposely release
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classified national security information is offensive. it's wrong and you know, people i think need to have a better sense of how i approach this office and how the people around me here approach this office. >> so, in any event, there is eric holder is involved now in lots of different things and certainly controversial things. the leaks in having to appoint these prosecutors as well as his own scandal. if that's the right word for it with fast and furious where congress has been calling him up to testify multiple times about getting to the bottom of fast and furious. >> yeah. he has testified 8 times on capitol hill. provided more than 7,000 documents. he he was pressed on thursday why one representative from texas. listen. >> my question though,
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mr. chairman, was did you go back and say i demand to know who authorized this fast and furious program? that was the question. pretty simple. >> that's consistent with me telling the inspector general find out what happened here. so the answer to your question is yes. >> congressman louie gomer joins us this morning bright and early. congressman, good to see you sir. >> you're welcome. good to see you, thank you. >> dave: i mentioned 7600 document the attorney general has provided. he has testified 8 times. what do you fear he is holding back when it comes to the fast and furious investigation? >> it's not what i fear he is holding back. is he very clear. the first they produced i went through them. there are all these memos and yet the people closest to him that we find out know what went on, including himself. no memos from him. no emails from him. no orders from him. so either he is the most
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incompetent attorney general ever or they are covering up all of the documents from the top levels, the emails. let's find out who it is. and go back a year ago. i said when did you first learn? he says oh a few weeks ago. and then the next time he comes you mentioned the multiple times he has been there. he comes in and says well, you know, it turns out it was months before. he got outed because somebody else said oh no, i knew he knew about it months before that he said months, weeks, what's the difference? like, the guy has not been honest. i can help him with the leak thing. he can just go look on broadcast. you got joe biden outing seal team 6 in a public interview. biden outed the undisclosed location. you have got the "new york times" tells it you who was in the room. so he can save all the time in looking for hot leaks are. it's out there and public and can he work on this job. >> alisyn: do you think that biden is the source of these
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other leaks that we have been talking about? >> my point is that they leak -- last time, quote, last time there was a leak like, this noah built himself an ark, everybody seems to be leaking at the top levels. ask the "new york times." it ought to be clear. that shouldn't be a problem. but fast and furious is where there should be no problem. he ought to know. and for him to cavalierly go back and say well, i asked the inspector general to look into it. people have been killed because of this program. and he doesn't go back and do anything but, well, you know, i asked the inspector general to look. he should have gone back and said who knew? and since there is information that they have that we know they have that says the people immediately under him knew about fast and furious. it's time to cut out the -- give us the information they
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have. some specifics you brought up in the testimony on thursday, who authorized it? that's the big question here. you have told lou dobbs the other night on the show that eric holder has to go. you are still holding by that the attorney general has to go. and the big answer that you are still looking for, is who authorized this? and it's not been revealed in the thousands of documents you guys have received yet? >> exactly. and, yet, there is a whistleblower inside. and actually, we got more than one whistleblower inside. we know it goes to the highest level. it's time they came clean. but, it shouldn't take anything to figure out who authorized this it. so one of two things. either he is the most incompetent attorney general ever and doesn't really care and can't figure out exactly who ordered the release of guns to international criminals or he knew himself. either way he has got to go. >> dave: i hate to interrupt you but i want to ask you, are you satisfied with the way
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speaker john boehner has handled the contempt of congress charges, allegations toward the attorney general or do you need something more? >> well, there ought to have been contempt already. i'm hoping that's where we are about to get. because it's been over a year and no justice department would put up with a witness that had information dragging his feet like this. they would have already had him under the jail. so, we should have gone a lot farther by now i was encourtroomed this week for the speaker to say we are going to demand accountability. it's about time. let's get it done. it shouldn't have taken this long. please understand some people say this is partisan. look, when george bush was president, i called over to chief of staff and said your attorney general has got to go. this is outrageous on the nsl abuses. so i would hope that we'll have democrats that are as bipartisan as i was when you see a problem, demand a
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solution. don't keep trying to cover for the guy that created the problem. >> great to see you. we are out of time but to great to see you. >> thank you so much. >> alisyn: more "fox & friends." thanks so much in two minutes. that's good morning, veggie style. hmmm. fohalf the calories plus vgie nutrition. could've had a v8. find new ways to optimizetted to heltheir cash flow.esses so, stop in and ask for a regions cashcor analysis and see how easy it is to get your cash flow (whistles) heading in the right direction. let's talk.
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>> welcome back. just one day after wisconsin governor scott walker survived an election recall. the market reacted. the dow jumps 165 points at opening on wednesday. and was up well over 200 points later in the day. as you can see, nearly 300 points. were the recall results really the catalyst for this midweek rally on wall street? let's ask tom bell columbus, the ceo of john thomas emergency good toe sue sir. >> good sty again. >> interesting the day before the walker recall election said if he wins, the markets will go up. they certainly did. they skyrocketed. but no one said this had to
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do -- anything to do with the walker recall election results. did it? >> absolutely. there is no doubt that this sparked a rally in the market. because it gave investors and also the party the confidence that come this november that romney will beat obama and it also gave politicians all across the state the guts to fight these public unions. i mean if you look at it like this now. you have the obama and the democrats out there. that wanted this recall election. not a regular election. recall. made a tremendous to gout othere and get 900 signatures verses the 940. they spent tremendous amount of money only to lose. voter turnout in wisconsin was the biggest in u.s. history. that actually ignited a rally in the market. >> this is one state. clearly not enough to impact fortune 500 companies. why would they react based on one state's results? they think a lot more is to come? >> they do. on top of the fact that, you know, you have a lot of pentagon -- pent up demand.
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have you cash corporations highest levels. they are not spending. why? because they are nervous. they don't know what's going to happen come november. when romney does win the white house again, you are going to see a huge rally in the market go up the next several years. >> you are obviously a romney supporter. >> very big romney supporter. >> i want to ask you quickly about what the president said on friday hammered by republicans at the private sector is fine. is it you? are out there. you are in it. you work with all these folks. is the private sector fine today? >> it's not everyone is very nervous. no one is fending money. this economy could be moving along faster than what it is people uncertain about taxes. healthcare costs. so they're waiting back to see what happens this coming november and elections. once that is cleared up. i think you are going to see a huge rally in the marketplace. >> so this is betting on a romney win. this isn't about individual state by state. we saw a big election down in san jose california where they struck down some union costs. some pensions. they don't think these local elections are going to spread. but they think this means
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romney has a better chance. >> he he does have a better chance. i think it's becoming more evident after this wisconsin win that he has a highers chance of beating obama come this november. >> of course, the results in wisconsin still showed the badger state prefers president obama at this point it. i think by about a 7 point margin. thomas, the ceo of john thomas financial always good to see. >> you thank you very much. >> always good to see you. iconic hollywood producer travels all the way to speak at high school graduation to find out he has been banned. why? because he is a conservative. then it seems many children today are repeating racey song lyrics and wanting to be lick their favorite stars. can parents slow them down? some expert advice next. (bell rings)
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>> alisyn: too sexy? too too young? kids are turning to makeup. racey song lyrics, gyrating dance moves. revealing clothes. i don't have to tell you about this if you are a parent. it's all happening younger and younger. >> is there anything parents can do to keep their kids from turning into pint sized adults? joining us is dr. karen a family and child expert. thanks forever being here this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> different scenario has dr. r. coming out. can i see these applying to at love families across the country. watching tv. involved in different music. want to emulate some of their favorite stars. so you are between, and i guess this is 13, 14 years old wants to go to a miley cyrus themed dance party. damaging there boys, girls, gyrating. do you let them go? >> so the key is to discuss with them core values. you want to explore with them being able to have a balance between what you are concerned
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about what they are concerned about and the nowadays. in other words, the answer is yes, you let them go with the caveat that you meet with the parents first. find out what their involvement is going to be. who is having that party. you discuss curfew with your child. you discuss what they are wearing and what image they are trying to portray with the clothes they are wearing because you are discussing the fact that there is evolution that's been having with many of these between stars like selena gomez and local. -- lindsay lohan. what image do you want to portray. >> what about if they're younger than that own daughters that love to dance. what if he are intimidating sexy dance moves? is there a danger to that if they are 6 or 7 years old. >> the key with them it to discuss what they feel the maim image is they are portraying. yes, again, this is a sign of the times. these moves are acceptable. times have changed dramatically. if you discuss with your child what they think this is portraying. how they are feeling as they are doing these moves. that's the key.
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keeping an open dialogue with your kids about quhawr concerns are and what b. what they're feeling. >> some of the lyrics racy. this is nothing new. of course, even beatles lyrics could be portrayed as racy. lady gaga. 10-year-old. classmate explains some explicit lyrics behind the lady gaga song. how do you handle that as a parent? >> discuss with your child the impact this is having on them and take this as an opportunity to have a healthy discussion about what healthy sexual relations are. and parents might say well, wait a minute. my 8-year-old? >> 10-year-old, wow. >> absolutely. because if you start opening up the window of opportunity to discuss it with them now, remember, they brought it to you. they said hey, one of my friends is discussing the lyrics of this song. so they have opened up the window of opportunity for you to have a yelton sexual discussion with them. >> here is a tough one. it happened in my house yesterday. >> tell me. >> my 7-year-old daughters got ahold of some lip gloss. i'm not sure where. >> shocking where would they
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find that. >> they put it on before school. they wanted to wear makeup to school. my husband freaked out. i say that it's -- in some ways i want think it's harmless but i don't want to make make a big deal out of this. i don't want to focus on their looks and everything. are we supposed to say they can't wear it or today they can? >> right, you know what? that age i would say it's not a good idea to wear it not just to set down the law this is the law. you are not wearing the makeup. it's rather discussing with your young daughter what it it is that they feel the makeup does for them. can they get that same feeling without the makeup? reinforcing to them their character, their personality, their goals, their dreams, their behaviors and give them lots of reinforcement for that positive reinforce. so that's what makes they will feel good and special rather than the makeup. >> that's important one. little girls do think how they look. >> but mommy. >> i know. >> you say you feel bad without the makeup on. >> i don't say that.
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>> and that's exactly why as a mother, as a mother. >> you have to model. >> sons and daughters it's important to check your attitude and talk with them about your analysis of why you are wearing the makeup. why sometimes you do and sometimes you don't. keep an open dialogue about what they're experiencing and your choices. i have to wear makeup to feel pretty or feel good or be accepted. >> i'm going to show you them what it feels like to peel this off at the end of the night. it's not pretty, people. >> thank you very much for all the very timely advice. >> pleasure. >> all right. coming up on the show. florida undergoing a voting purge. we will tell you about the latest efforts to klein up the number of illegal immigrants heading to the polls. >> want to send the whole family to summer camp for free? bass pro-is going to show us how to do that today. i take insulin,
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divide. we could use somebody like new customer service. >> you may want to leave that off the resume experience portion. >> then there is going to be a long gap. >> four years just questioning. where were you at the time? underwear and bombs. >> get to your headlines and tell it us what's happening. there is a scary situation unfolding less than a mile from the white house. we're learning that's where a driver has crashed an suv into an office building just one floor below a busy restaurant. the fbi believes the crash was intentional. they say the driver and the interior of the vehicle were doused in gas lean. one container of gas inside the car. the driver suffered minor injuries and inside custody. no one else was hurt. we will give you more developments. battle who can vote in florida is heating up. this after group asking to step in. comes ahead a push back by
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governor rick scott to clean or purge the voting roles. supporters arguing those who are not citizens should not be eligible to vote. the state has flagged 2700 potential noncitizens on its voter rolls asking for proof of their citizenship. >> one of hollywood's most iconic film producers told he could not speak at a high school graduation because is he a right wing conservative. gerald mullen says he traveled more than an hour to montana's ronan high school once he got there the school's principal told him he was no longer welcome because of his political views. a former marine and producer classics like schindler's list. rain man the principal's views do not represent the views of the district. the principal will not be returning next year. those are your headlines. let's check on your weather around the country with rick outside. >> ali it is a good day for a lot of people to go boating including here in midtown, manhattan with bass pro shops. not bad. take a look at the weather. in fact, across areas of
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maine, i tell you what, major storms last weekend across areas of maine all the way through tuesday. brought a lot of flooding. and this is a picture out of bass maine, it's a restaurant right there. water come right up to the back door. so, very big problems there. you are going to be nice today though. 57 degrees getting up to 74. keep sending me your pictures. rick reichmuth on twitter or put them on my facebook page. we have some more flooding today athink down across areas of the south. here is your forecast in and around areas of northeast. showers cutting in from rochester and syracuse and down toward new york city. rest of england and south of philadelphia. i think you are fine. baltimore, d.c. you are looking good. here is very heavy rain down across areas of the central gulf and pars of florida. some of that rain may be three or four inches today by the time we get to say monday we might be talking 8 or 9 inches in a spot. flooding concerns there of course, we have drowted so that's also going to help with that texas, you are looking very very warm but sunny.
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a few possible thunderstorms moving across areas of the dakotas. for the most part we will see quite a bit of sunshine and warm temperatures. temps into the 80's and 90's all across areas of the central and northern plains. out across the west. that's where we have a big front moving through. and it means very breezy conditions across the four corners. fired -- fire threat will continue all around areas of the four corners. still breezy. in across the northern plains we have some snow. snow unbelievable in june. all right. dave and clayton, send it over to you. >> ♪ ♪ >> the guys are a little too busy chilling out here and relaxing in their man chairs. and thank goodness i have steve here from bass pro. you are going to tell us how we can all go to summer camp even as adults. >> absolutely. summer camp is so cool. can you take your entire family. free crafts, free seminars, learn about the outdoors, learn how to fish, learn how to camp, learn how to shoot
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archery. >> any bass pro shop. >> all free. >> these guys don't look they where to engage in a race see what happens here. >> these guys are going to be reclining they are racing for very i can't believe medals. best father of the year award only happens on "fox & friends." they have to put the waders on. they will be racing for the tires. they have to gown down and flip 8 hamburgers apiece. falls off the grill they have to put it back. ring toss, back to the tires, strip down out of the waders, recline all the way. the first person to hit that horn is the winner. >> a lot like tough mudder. we survived that. >> this is going to be a macho macho race. >> we have got to be fully reclined. >> reclined all the way, guys. lay back. don't blow that in our ears, please, ali. >> i will hand the blower. >> guys. good luck. may the best father win in 3,
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2, 1. [horn] ♪ >> steve, what are we seeing here? >> i don't know about color, niece guys are, "fox & friends" hosts. they never put waders on before. they purposely about three sizes too big. have to put the straps and safety belts on. >> not going well for clayton. >> that's hard. >> how silly does dave look on a scale of 1 to 10. >> i would say 11 and a half. they are flipping hamburgers going to have to flip those hamburgers fast. flip them fast. >> clayton is back in the game. with you here comes dave what's happening? >> you have got to back up, make it fair. this is the ring toss. got to land, two. they are not even close. they're not ring tossers. this is amazing. now, hang on, got it take your waders off. help him out. taking the waders off. dave is also taking the waders off. >> got to recline all the way
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back. they have got to recline all the way back. oh my goodness. >> i think we have a winner. >> i think we have a wiener. >> let me just check something. hear we go. this is the part where dave says clayton cheated. this is usually what happens. >> this happens a lot. >> this is the annual clayton cheated. >> clayton. >> i want you to notice this. >> athletic victory here on "fox & friends." >> i'm proud of you clayton. >> instead of being congratulatory. dave is worried that there was cheating. there was no cheating. >> i'm sure there was cheating. take a look at the tape. >> i'm about to put this on you medal, "fox & friends" father's day race. if you are not first, you are last. here you go, dave. >> second place. >> there you go. >> first loser. >> take a load off. just rest. i will handle this. >> can we call this athletic? >> no, we can't. >> sure we can. >> we have more on "fox &
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friends." she lost her jobs to overseas outsourcing. now one woman is doing her part to keep jobs in america. she is going to tell us how to do it. she will be here. governor scott walker taking historic win in wisconsin recall election this week. will mitt romney take a page from his book come november. presidential historian nic rangon is weighing in next. guys, wake up and put your shoes back on, please. fast. ll on those gardening glov. and let's see how colorful an afternoon can be. with the home depot certified advice to help us expand our palette...
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deniro is overseas right now. no one else in the build something hurt. this is a scam that could happen to you. international con artist calling homes across america pretending to are dea agents. victims say the scammers accuse them of some sort of crime and told them they would be arrested if they didn't pay a hefty fine. if you get a call like this. call police. and hide your weed. okay, clayton? i do mind if i wear the medal for the rest of show? >> i know you are going to. >> i want to keep this right here my first victory. >> was the battle in wisconsin really a precursor to the november election? look back, former british prime minister margaret thatcher swept into power in england and took on the unions. >> the greatest divisions this nation has ever seen were the conflicts of trade unions toward the end of a labor government. >> then former president ronald reagan the only
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president in america's history to have belonged to a union took the iron lady's lead. >> we cannot compare labor management relations in the private sector with government. government cannot close down the assembly line. it has to provide without interruption the protective services which are government's reason for being. >> after scott walker's big win in the recall election. will mitt romney take a page from his book. joining us is presidential his tore yanic ragon. nice to see you this morning. you hear those sound bites historically. put this in context for us. >> it's important to remember when margaret thatcher came to power in the late 1970s, public unions were bringing england's economy to a stand still. there was at times a three day workweek there was long stretches with where none of the public unions were working. she came in and turned that around and got the economy moving again. he immediately saw that and took the air traffickers to
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task and broke that union. public unions have not had the same type of authority before that. and i think scott walker looked at that and he made a bet. he gambled and took on the unions and he won. his margin of victory this time around was bigger than last time. i think mitt romney is going to see that and be emboldened over the next six months. >> we're starting to see this in other states as well. not just wisconsin. a lot of other states embold boldened by what he has done. union roles plummeting as well. i'm not going to pay to be in this union to have all this money come out of my paycheck every week if the power that they now have is not that much. >> clearly, governor christie in new jersey, there is many states where they are starting to look at public unions because the benefits, the long-term entitlement benefits that some of these unions have negotiated in the past are simply unsustainable. governors are looking at that because that's their burden. it's not the federal government. it's the state burden. there is a shift in power. and i think as you look at the election, that's only going to
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advantage governor romney because that's one of his issues which getting public spending under control. >> when you look at this historically, is this one issue that you think can sway an election? obviously we talked about margaret thatcher but here in the united states as it relates to ronald reagan. just one issue of many or is this the issue that could really turn the tide. >> well, when jobs and the economy are the primary focus, people take -- tend to take a slightly more critical look at unions particularly public unions they have looked at that as unsustainable benefit. right now clearly we know that jobs and the economy are the big issue. the president talked about it yesterday. that's the overwhelming issue. if that's the case, then that sort of subissue of public unions and state and local spending and benefits, that's going to be a big deal. and that issue only works, i think to governor romney's favor. scott walker's victory could be the canary in the coal mine. his victory was larger than even his previous victory two years ago. if that's a bellwether that's an important one that the campaigns are going to look at. >> and talking about
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bellwethers, this has always been a democratic issue. these are the folks that come out to vote democratic in the election mostly. and now you see this fracturing within the democratic party having to rely on looks lake other groups that is to say maybe the youth. obviously the youth vote came out very strong in 2008. but also latino vote. the latino vote in this country very now important to the democrats. are you seeing a total shift? almost a sea change away from unions as that ballot box marker? >> yeah. the coalition, the traditional democratic coalition minority voters, unions, other and other constituencies. the union part of it is important. the presidents that to rally that base. maybe the scott walker will rally the unions. it's a smaller base. even though they might be fervent still for the president. it's a much smaller base to work off of. same with the youth vote are they going to come out in the same force? that will be interesting. >> absolutely. see where democrats can get coalition back together. thanks for putting this on
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historical context. >> congratulations on your victory, clayton. >> thank you. >> good chatting with you. >> colleges in one state now offering up tuition breaks for illegal immigrants. sound fair? we will tell you where. a woman who lost overseas outsourcing. citizen stead of looking for a new one, she created one and it's all personal.
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>> alisyn: she was laid off and her job outsourced overseas. so she got creative. and she is now doing her best to protect other jobs here at home. she opened a store of products made entirely america called
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us only in blue ridge, georgia. >> joining us from atlanta. the store owner robin posey. good morning, robin. your job was essentially outsourced you went in your closet and you were looking through and it wasn't easy to find u.s. made products in your own home. right? >> that's correct nkt wardrobe i had two shirts and one pair of shoes and one dress. >> wow. that was sort of an ah-ha moment for you as oprah would say. what did you decide to do. >> well, i just -- when i go to shopping i try to find things said made in america. and you can't hardly find anything made in america anymore. and when i realized how hard it was to do, i thought well, this is how we can turn our country around is if we start making things in america again. >> now we're looking at shots of your store that stocks only american made products. my question is to you, hard
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finding them in your own home. how difficult is it to stock an entire store of only u.s. made items and what types of things do you sell? >> it's very difficult. you have to do a lot of research to find stuff made in america. and then when you do find something, you know, you have to have a minimum order. i carry blue jeans, overhauls, hats, bathing suits, dresses, socks. hot sauce. [ laughter ] >> alisyn: we like all those things. and robin, what's interesting and ironic, of course, we see several flags. u.s. flags that you sell in your store. and you say it even took you a while to find u.s. flags made in america? >> it certainly did. it took me a while. i was trying to find them for memorial day. and it's hard to find a u.s.a. flag made in the u.s.a. which is a shame.
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>> that is astonishing. >> you need to look at the label next time you buy one. most likely it's going to say made in china. >> what has been the reaction there in blue ridge? >> i have had a wonderful response from all the locals. they are proud of what i'm trying to do. i have had a lot of support. i have also had a lot of support from internet radio america. frank and all those people over there. they are trying to do a great thing. we are having four days for america july 1st through july 4th. and once we get. >> alisyn: we hope to give you some publicity this morning as well. and your store again is u.s. only. your grand opening was april 2 st. so good luck with this new venture. it's a great cause. and let us know how it goes and if people can get ahold of you. you are working on a web site. we'll put it up on twitter for you.
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>> okay. thank you, robin. bain capital. keeps back firing. coming up, hear from one man who is defending romney who actually worked with mitt at bain. >> is the white house leaking information to make president obama look better before the election? the president says no way. but this morning two u.s. attorneys are now appointed to investigate the leaks. we have all the details for you straight ahead. [ male announcer ] what's in your energy drink? ♪ wer surge, let it blow your mind. [ male announcer ] for fruits, veggies and natural green tea energy... new v8 v-fusion plus energy. could've had a v8. and he didn't stop for three days and nights as he escaped life as a child soldier.
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regiright from your office. you deposit checks so sitting at your desk is just like going to the bank. see? i'm at the bank. now i'm in the office. at the bank. in the office. at the bank. in the office. attorney general now appointing two attorneys to investigate national security leaks. the president says his team is not involved. >>the noition that my white
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house would purposely release classified national security information is offensive. >> so what will investigators find and do these leaks go all the way to the oval office? >> and mitt romney firing back after the president says the private sector is doing just fine. >> is he really that out of touch? >> yes. >> i think he is defining what it means to be detached and out of touch with the american people. >> so is the president out of touch as mitt suggests? we report, you decide. >> and he has been a loser his entire life. meet the man who says he really stinks at getting girls. no really. >> that stud? >> even his own wife once dumped him. from the self-proclaimed geek goes from being a loser to finding love. >> you can relate to that story at all? >> can i totally relate. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now.
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>> that's true. did i get my win. i went from being a loser to a winner one day. >> big winner on the obstacle course. i figured out why he was better than me on the obstacle course. he once worked at mcdonald's had the true advantage flipping burgers. i led into the grill trailed going out. >> came on strong. the way he flipped was masterful. >> all in the wrist. i will show you later. >> please do. meanwhile, let's show you later what's going on with the white house leaks. you probably know a lot about how the president has tackled terrorism because you have read it on the front page of the "new york times" or the associated press. well, that information, some of it was called top secret and some classified. including the name. the code name for some of these operations. somehow they got out in the media. how did that happen? >> these are the leaks that alisyn is referring to at issue is the al qaeda and the arabian peninsula. the bomb plot. the new underwear bomb that
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was not detectable by airport security that was stocked with that british double agent. the kill list. president's kill list. this was huge news. how does anyone find out that the president of america has a kill list for drone strike targets? >> let alone the stuxnet virus iranian cyber attacks. you heard senator kerry furious how the "new york times" reported on what happened there. at the heart of all of this though is a question. is the obama administration leaking national security details to help his chances at re-election? that is the accusation from the right. and eric holder says to match that serious accusation he has a serious investigation which starts today. >> congressman louie on earlier to talk about the investigation into fast and furious. he also talked about these leaks. >> look, the guy has not been honest and i can help him with the leak thing. can he just go look on
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broadcast. you have got joe biden outing seal team six in a public interview. biden outed the undisclosed location. you have got the "new york times" tells you who was in the room. so he can save all the time in looking for hot leaks are it's out there in public. can he work on this job. >> referring to some other leaks of course vice president biden made about where the vice president would be ferried in the case of a terror attack. undisclosed location. he mentioned that and walked it back. >> i think when he he is saying he there. is he talking about attorney general eric holder he can stop with the investigation that is starting not the president. >> there are all these leaks that are obviously deep somewhere coming -- somewhere in the administration or otherwise. and that's what this investigation will do. is completely false. >> the notion that the white house would purposely release
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release classified national security information is offensive. it's wrong. and you know, people i think need to have a better sense of how i approach this office. and how the people around he here approach this office. >> now, i'm curious he says purposely. all of these articles say they quote a high ranking administrative official. so, did they do it on accident? did they release this information on accident? the information is out there. and it comes from a high ranking official. in the obama administration. that's what the articles are saying. >> right. kirsten powers last night on "special report" making that argument. it's in the phrasing. if it does come out that it was somebody internally. he can say it wasn't purposeful. it's fun with the language. >> it has to be purposely. because, otherwise the "new york times" has hacked into the white house's computers and so that doesn't make
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sense. that's not what anybody is alleging. now we will find out. now there are special prosecutors assigned to this. so we will know more obviously in the coming weeks. we want to get to the headlines right now. we have other news to tell you about. a delay in the case of army psychiatrist accused in the fort hood shooting rampage. major nidal hasan showing up with a beard in which a judge claims violates army regulations. and says the pre-trial hearing will not take place until hasan complies with the military grooming standards. this or he can watch from outside the courtroom on a video feed. it's been more than a month since top hollywood executive gavin smith disappeared and there now there is a bizarre turn in the case. swat team searching a home in los angeles about nine miles away from where smith was last seen alive. the 57-year-old went missing from the home of a female friend on may 2nd. the home being searched reportedly belongs to a family of four. their identities or relationship to smith is not
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known. neighbors say nothing was taken from the home. >> well, metro state college of denver now the first college in the country to approve tuition cuts for illegal immigrants. the new rate applies to students who are not american citizens but who did attend a colorado high school for at least three years. the rate is just more than $3,300 per semester. that's more than what other in state students pay but far less than tuition for out of state students. and prince philip is out of the hospital this morning nearly a week after he was admitted for infection. a statement from buckingham palace says the prince is making a good recovery and he will spend private weekend resting at home. tomorrow is the prince's 91st birthday. of course, his wife queen elizabeth also celebrating a big mile milestone. the diamond jubilee marking her 60 oth s year on the anthony those are your headlines. >> look at the forecast. >> have you ever been down in the beaches in the panhandle of florida. >> yes.
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beautiful. >> it's amazing area. and they are going to get a lot of rain. if this is kind of your early summer vacation planned across that area today, tomorrow, monday, tuesday, wednesday, a lot of rain. in fact the next three days, pensacola you are talking possibly at around 8 inches of rain. at least that's what this one model does. a lot of areas getting a lot of rain. new orleans, hattiesburg, up towards birmingham. good part a lot of drought going on there so you need it. rain across florida and around the central gulf. that's going to continue. florida, another rainy day for you there. central part of the mid-atlantic. you are looking great. this rain cutting across places north of detroit and around buffalo. that is going to head down towards the new york city area. i think unfortunately right around the time of the race. the belmont. that's not good news there out across the west you are looking good. big storms firing in across the northern plains right now. in fact this morning a 93 mile-per-hour wind gust. heavy rain and today see that threat for more severe
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weather. parts of south south dakota. big heat across the plains. denver today 94 degrees. the heat is on there. guys? >> thank you, buddy, appreciate it many feel john mccain's 2008 aspirations were sunk when he said the fundamentals of the economy are strong just as lehman declared bankruptcy. what comes around goes around because the president hammered mccain on those comments. and now he is getting hit hard for something he said on friday. >> he is at this press conference to talk about the economy when he said this about the private sector. listen. the truth of the matter is that as i said, we created 4.3 million jobs over the last 27 months. over 800,000 just this year alone. the private sector is doing fine. where we are seeing weakness in our economy have to do with state and local government. >> so earlier in the show i offered this up.
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i said did he simply forget the word not because he was making a longer argument about private sector work and adding jobs. he said the private sector is doing fine. he didn't forget the word not. >> i think not. and it's unclear exactly what he was thinking that the private sector is doing fine. we know how the housing market has been hit. we know about so many people still out of work, under employed. the unemployment rate ticked up. mitt romney as you can imagine seized on this when he was on the campaign trail yesterday. >> is he really that out of touch? >> yes. >> i think he is defining what it means to be detached and out of touch with the american people. has there ever been an american president who is so far from reality as to believe in an american where 23 million americans are out of work or stopped looking for work or can only find part-time jobs and need full-time jobs for the president of the united states to stand up and say the private sector is doing fine
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is going to go down in history. it's an extraordinary miscalculation and misunderstanding by a president who is out of touch. >> speaking of what comes around goes around. the very label that mitt romney has been stuck with through the this campaign out of touch, he now applies to the president. and meanwhile the president trying to walk back these comments. you decide. did he correct his earlier statement at that the private sector is fine? listen. >> listen, absolutely clear that the economy is not doing fine. that's the reason i have the press conference. that's why i spent yesterday, the day before yesterday. this past week. this paths month and this past year talking about how we can make the economy stronger. the economy is not doing fine. there are too many people out of work. the housing market is still weak and too many homes under water.
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and that's precisely why i asked congress to start taking some steps that can make a difference. >> right. so what did you mean, mr. president when you said the private sector is doing fine? >> now, is he clarifying or he is trying to clarify by saying clearly the economy is not doing fine. but what did he mean about the private sector? >> because, you know, the dow is up best week since december. he could have said that fortune 500 companies profits rupp. but explain it. >> sure. that's all we need. >> or does he believe that the private sector after all is fine. >> let us know what you think. pars the words for us, please. we don't want to do that work. friendsfriends@foxnews.com. also find us on twitter. ff weekend on twitter. >> if you can read this next tease for us because we don't want to do the work. >> she is tired. >> i dual it. >> president obama and super pacs attacks mitt romney and private equity fimple bain capital you will remember this ad. >> the companies they came in and worked with or not is irrelevant. bain capital always made money. if we lost they made money.
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>> well, this morning one of mitt romney's closest colleagues at bain is here to set the record straight. he says. more drama for lindsay lohan. >> no way. >> you are shocked i know. troubled starlet smashing up her porch and being forced to go to the hospital. stick around for the latest on lindsey. >> could she just get a driver?
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when mackenzie mizeing short-term gains for your investors, rather than building companies that last is your goal, then sometimes it goes the other way. that may be the job of somebody who is engaged in corporate buyouts. that's fine.
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but that's not the job of a president. >> well, the obama campaign hoping to put a dent in the white house rival mitt romney by bashing his record at bane capital but it continues to back fire. >> yesterday, an embarrassing headline, obama campaign official reportedly saying cory booker is, quote, dead to us after the newark mayor publicly denounced attacks on bane years ago. edward conrad is the author of unintended consequences by everything have you been told about the economy is wrong. he worked at bain capital from 1993 to 2007. good to see you, sir. you know a lot about mitt romney. you know a lot about private equity and how it works. you don't have to to me to defend the private equity model. but the question is why does that qualify you to be the president of the united states? how does that translate to running a country? >> i do think the attacks are attacks on business generally. they want to pretend private equity is is doing something different than what businesses are doing. make companies are stronger
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and grow them faster. do i think that is valuable for the economy? absolutely. if you take a step back and look at the bigger picture. there is a lot more employment growth than there is reduction. you see the same thing in the overall economy. we grew our employment 40% in the u.s. since the mid 1980 the. double the productivity rate. they grew at half the productivity rate and still only increase their jobs 15 to 20%. the productivity gains that you see actually accelerate. >> let's put it up on the screen and get to you respond to that. private equity good or bad for the economy. >> we don't have the graphic but can you take my word for it interestingly though to me is that you worked with mitt romney? i. >> yes. you worked with him. you saw him every day in this environment where the democrats argue that he would take these companies and saddle them up with debt. try to run them out of business. did you see something differential? >> that's just laughable. if i had gone into an
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investment, a credit committee meeting and said here is what we are going to do is strip cost and sell this company in a matter of years. i would have been laughed out of the room. business is so much more complex than that the steps when we to take a to make a company stronger, more competitive, grow it faster. it took many years to implement that. the idea that it was short-term is almost laughable. can i tell that you mitt was almost exclusively focused on the long term. he always felt if we did what was right in the long run the short run would take care of itself. >> you worked with him 1993 to 2007. i'm interested in that in particular. we hear surrogates all the time. we don't hear people that know mitt. rerarely know people that know the personal side of mitt. when you hear him on the campaign trar i like to fire people taken out of context and i'm not worried about poor people. do you say to yourself this is not the mitt i know as a friend and business leader? >> well, a couple things. mitt wasn't a career politician. is he not as practiced perhaps as some people are in giving
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speeches and talking to the public. i saw him around the table really trying to solve really difficult problems. he was challenging people to be open-minded to seek the truth to. really dig down and try to understand what was going on. he had a deep understanding of business and the economy. he used that to really pars his way through the problem and identify the two or three things that were going to make a difference. he was working hard to build con sen sus. he was making tough decisions when he had to. you see it in the track record. you see very much a cure tune version of mitt romney on tv. bears very little resemblance to what i saw in private. >> edward conner, the book is undecided consequences why everything have you been told about the economy is wrong. great to see you this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> we do want to mention you are a fund raidser and donor to the romney campaign as well for disclosure thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> reading math and begging cash. one high school sending students to beg on the streets. you have got to hear this one. >> meet the man who says he really stinks at getting
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>> what have we here? that was no i'm glad we're still friends look. [ laughter ]
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>> that is exactly how you guys acted when she came on here. when the actress came on here. exactly. you will remember the kevin arnold from that show never had luck with the ladies and neither did our next guest. justin halperin struggled talking to girls and getting a date to high school prom. somewhere along the way he went from being an awkward man to happily married man. >> how he is reliving all his failures in the dating work new book i suck at girls. his words not ours. jump, good to see you, sir. >> thanks for having me. this is back in time to kevin arnold years. how bad were you with the ladies? give us an example. >> i remember my first interaction where i realized i liked girls was a girl in my class when i was 7 years old and i wanted to do something to make her laugh. i went home and drew a picture of a dog going to the bathroom on her head. i got sent to the principal's office. >> that didn't work? >> no. she didn't like it. i know. how ask you come to decide to
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write a book ba this. people not familiar with you you started the very popular twitter feed stuff my dad says. which was turned into a television show. you have a flare for -- flair for writing. >> i wanted people to realize that relationships go down to n. claims all the time. sleent actually though if you find the right person it can work. you can have 20 failures but if one pays off then it's worth it. >> alisyn: it's so true. that's what you said. your whole life was a series of painful humiliating episodes with girls until one victory. however, even your wife amanda first dumped you. >> yes. >> how did you turn it around and convince her to marry you? >> i don't think i did anything. i don't know. she just called me. we had been broken up two or three months and then she called me and said she wanted to have lunch i was like okay. i will try it out. i will see. >> we're glad you didn't draw her a picture. >> yeah. >> scrapbook. of course your dad has become a huge celebrity and you
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always the write the things that he would say which are off the wall and funny. you say he never had any trouble with the ladies. was he so crass he didn't care what other people thought. >> is he the most confident guy if the world. he is like a municipality. he is so -- muppet. he must be good looking he is so confident. >> he looks like a muppet. i hope you are not watching that. what did you learn that you tell young clayton morses out there? what is the tip that you give kids that you have learned your struggles? >> that you know, breakups and failures, they are going to happen. you can't just -- if you dwell on them too long, it holds you back. >> oh, my picture. >> this is also another -- [ laughter ] >> who didn't have luck with the ladies. >> now, justin. >> this was right around the time justin where i went over to the neighbors house with the rose and asked her to the prom shelly if you are watching and she said. no. >> i can't imagine why. >> i might have worn that
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shirt. >> show a picture of his beautiful right -- beautiful wife because he has turned it around. >> one good nugget young kids can take away and learn how to be good with women if. >> if they are geex. >> first thing is to believe that you are worthy of being dated. i love self-deprecating people if it's too much. people are like oh god why am i dating you? you are such a loser. >> the book is i suck at girls. it is out now. jimmy kimmel wrote the front of this. justin halperin is brilliant and his dad is brillianter. >> thanks for coming. >> in thanks for having me. >> the is the white house leaking information to make the president look better. >> the president says no way. now an investigation underway to find the source. we'll discuss. >> we'll discuss with mike huckabee. is he having a man day out there with burgers and racoon.
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>> plus more drama for lindsay lohan. troubled star let smashing up her porsche and heading to the hospital yesterday. more and latest on that. ♪
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>> welcome back, everybody. alisyn camerota here with clayton morris and dave briggs. >> coming up we will get alisyn out on the plas. a redo of terrible archery session for from a weeks weeks ago. >> terrible or creative. >> target and arrow doesn't come near the target and goes into a glass window. >> that's bad? >> that's bad. >> i thought my form was good. >> your form is always good if i do say so. >> governor huckabee in go minutes. >> his form is grade, too. >> it is. get to headlines, we have toll it you update on this very unsettling case. etan patz case police found yellow matchbox car, a pair of boy's underwear and blue shorts all hid be in the new jersey home of pedro hernandez, they say. now, of course, he is the man who claims that he strangled 6-year-old patz in the basement of that new york city
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bodega back in 1979. authorities say the toy and clothing do appear to be from that era. but they note that patz was wearing pants not shorts on the day that he disappeared. right now the only evidence against hernandez is his own confession. and prosecutors fear that may not be enough considering his history of mental illness. there is controversy in california where a private school is using students using students to panhandle money. saint bishop missionary baptist church in oakland. residents say they take to the streets five days a week soliciting donations well into the evening. the school also accused of lying about its enrollment numbers in order to get federal subsidies. the pastor who runs the school has his own history of fraud. he is not commenting at this time. police in los angeles trying to figure out what happened in lindsay lohan's latest drafing disaster that left her $80,000 porsh a serious mess.
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luckily nobody was hurt. they don't believe lohan was under the influence. really police? they are asking witnesses to come forward to faking out who was driving at the time. lohan was traveling with a male assistant traveling in-to-new film great dump truck. >> must have great insurance or company that likes ensuring her. >> maybe she pays cash for everything. >> uses assumed name when she gets insurance. >> speaking of drama. out of the running, i will have another won't be vying for the triple crown today at belmont. the kentucky derby and preakness winner withdrawing from the stakes with a leg injury. counting himself out first horse to win the triple crown as a ceremonial tribute though i'll have another will lead the parade for the stakes. the third place finisher in the derby has been installed as the new 9 to 5 favorite. that shouldn't make the folks at belmont feel any better. ticket prices have crashed overnight. general admission from $80 to
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$9 upon the announcement of one horse tv ratings will crash. so on and so tort -- so forth. >> by the he could of this show they may be giving the tickets away for free. >> you may not be wrong about that. >> rick reichmuth saying a thunderstorm may hit exactly when the race starts this afternoon. >> is that right? >> it's a perfect storm. >> well said, clayton. >> thank you. >> it is going to be a little bit showery there today on and off. right about that time there is a thunderstorm going through. take a look at the map. you can see scattered thunderstorms move right on through throughout the afternoon. last time that loops through there at about 6:30 p.m. this is one of our future forecasts, computer simulation you see. big thunderstorm right off to the west of it. right across manhattan. that's right at about 6:30. post time 66:40. belmont stakes in he will month, new york. there will be showers and
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thunderstorms at times. ask the terred showers and thunderstorms cutting a stripe from around the buffalo exit east of buffalo. syracuse and rochester down towards new york city. much of england looking good today. south of those showers, it's much warmer, temps into the 90's in d.c. down to the southeast, this is where all the real heavy rain is. it's going to continue for the next number of days. some areas maybe 8 to 9 inches of rain accumulating by the time we get to monday and tuesday. get ready for that a drought buster. that's good news. into the northern plains, have severe weather moving through. it will be very quick burst of it. areas of north dakota, south dakota and minnesota. out to the west we are looking very very nice except for that little bit of snow. snow in june in across the northern rockies. hey, guys, take a look at this real quickly. bass pro shop comes and look at everybody's hats. you like them. >> good-looking. >> there you go. send it back to you. >> people showed up with those
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hats on? what a coincidence. >> wacky. >> you know who had the worst week in all of washington? one man. eric holder. attorney general eric holder because of a number of reasons. number one. he last night it was reported that he is now appointing to two different tornsz to handle the leaks. of course we heard the leaks about the al qaeda plot heard about the stocks net virus. all those leaks, face congress and deal with all of that fast and furious scandal. governor mike huckabee is here this morning to weigh in on those topics and more. good to see you. >> good to see you. it was interesting. had you leaks, pressure, hot water all in the same graphic. i thought that was very fascinating. >> chemistry here. >> plumb something what you are doing. >> i'm not trying -- you know how sometimes anchors ignorance set their guests up well. i'm not doing that right now. what is taking so long with the fast and furious investigation? >> i think because there are things they simply don't want people to know.
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this had to have gone up so much higher than anyone wants to acknowledge because they have stonewalled it because they didn't real veal. information much higher they have not been upcoming. i think in this case what we are going to discover, if we ever get to the truth is that there has been a massive coverup of just who knew what, when. >> clayton mentioned two u.s. attorneys appointed by eric holder to investigate these leaks. how high does it go? the president said on friday it's offensive to suggest that his white house is purposefully leaking this information. so, how high does that go and why else would someone leak this information if not for political gain? >> well, i don't think the president personally ordered it. i don't think any president is that stupid. i really don't. >> no. no i doubt that he. >> but i think that they are very likely people in the white house who shout they
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were doing the president a favor by saying. let me tell you how tough this guy is. let me tell you what this guy is doing. no other explanation for why the "new york times," for example, would have information that sources white house material and that describes things that happened in very closed meetings. but when you start leaking classified information that is a serious receivous preach. i will tell you why. if you go through the process of having a background check and swearing to get clearance. the process itself is very very thorough. and you know when you signed a documents and you take an oath that you are not to reveal that it's a pretty serious thing. they tell you all about what could happen to you if you reveal it. it's a big deal. as a politician of which you are. you worry about every word probably. >> is that a dirty word. >> i didn't want to call you a politician. >> broadcaster now. >> worse. >> all of the words that you say on a regular basis when
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you call a press conference, governor. >> yeah. >> it's meched, right? you know why you are calling the press conference. >> yes. the president holds a press conference to talk about the economy. he draws this argument together about jobs being created and then he finishes that sentence by saying the private sector is doing fine. later in the afternoon he walks it back. did he mean to say that or does he think the private sector is doing fine? >> whether he meant to say it or not he said it the point is he is the president of the united states. there is no reason to have a press conference unless you have some news to make. he didn't have any news. before he started, i told the folks that were listening to me on that radio that day i saidlike, here is what is he going to say. i inherited the worst economy since the great depression. i would like to did more. the economy is getting better but the republicans won't let me. they are stonewalling. if they let me we will get this done. we are working better. sure enough that's what he said. he had nothing new to say. you don't do a presidential presser unless you can make some new news which he didn't
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do. >> he did make news that the private sector is fine. what do you make of that statement though. >> what dufus in his administration trotted him out there for a press conference that had no substance in the first place and second place i do think he meant what he said when he said it later he walked it back because it blew up in his face like the exploding cigar. >> did he mean the private sector is doing fine like the dow is doing well? what weighs hinging that on? >> honestly, i think that in his mind, the private sector is getting better, based on both the marks and the fact that there has been this tiny up uptick, tiniy. what is he not looking at is the overall growth of the economy and the nypd is not good. we are not seeing growth. it's far below what the economists predicted and below what it needs to be in order to really come out of a recession. >> mitt romney hammered it on him yesterday as you can imagine. stick around, governor, we are going to be talking about this in just a moment. he made history the first governor ever to face a recall and win. big news, right? wrong. the mainstream media covering
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dedicated 10 minutes to the miss u.s.a. pageant. and at the same time they did three and a half minutes on the walker recall. "the today show" did six minutes on miley cyrus' engagement. four and a half minutes on scott walker. is scott walker not a bigger story than miley sirus engagement. >> obviously not to the today show and good morning america. indicative of the fact that the mainstream media absolutely does not want to acknowledge there is a real spirit bubbling up in this country where people are tired of economic policies punching them in the gut and making them pay for things they can't afford. so i think it's -- it's indicative. if anybody worries or wonders whether or not they are going to get a fair assessment of the landscape of american politics by watching one of the big three networks, that ought to. >> is this about conservative politics or unions?
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is or this is just a watered down model that morning news has become today? >> it's a little of both. in fairness it is a little of both. there is a lot more fluff than stuff. i get that. but, still, that is a big news story that has national implications and to say that somehow the controversy over the miss u.s.a. pageant is a bigger news story or miley cyrus having an engagement, if it is, then we are in bigger trouble than i ever thought. >> take that one step further maybe those shows and those networks just failed to contextize the larger narrative about the wisconsin recall election which you just brought up which is the natural implications of this incorporate this. it's ♪ just about wisconsin. it's about these other states. other states also looking at doing things unions and winning and how this has national implication for mitt romney and president obama. is there a failure for that? >> let me ask you the question. if scott walker had been defeated even by a thin margin
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would you admit more attention "today" showed and good morning america. stunning results in wisconsin last night scott walker ousted. >> to be fair we don't talk like that. [ laughter ] >> you don't? i have been working all day to try to talk like that. >> but they might. >> i think you are right about that that is that then it would have been stunning. then the broader national implications, scott walker is out. unions. we don't see the reverse of that. we saw less coverage with the reverse of it which is maybe even more profound had he lost. >> do you have to admit that miley cyrus and miss u.s.a. those are huge national stories that really do impact the long-term future of the country. people's retirements and pensions really effects how people are governed in all 50 states. >> changes my life, governor. >> now she is off the market. really? >> it's almost like that the networks are hoping against hope that it's not a big story. it's almost like they revealed
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their hand a little bit by not playing that actual news worthy story up more. >> it also goes if you look at some other stories this week. they may have mentioned the bill clinton, the cory booker, the ed rendell all the democrats who come trotting out really trying to say, you know very graciously but cautiously, mr. president, think twice about, you know, ramming these policies down america's throat. it's not going to be good for us or the country. not seeing the level of attention given to that would be republicans lining up telling mitt romney his policies are on the wrong track. if you had five republicans of stature going out and publicly saying that what mitt romney was advocating was bad for america and he ought to pull back, do you think that would get buried somewhere down in the third part of a news segment? i don't think so. >> catch governor huckabee tonight :00 eastern time. good to see you sir. >> good to be here. thank you. >> coming up on the show.
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chris christie slamming president obama for blaming the poor economy on the states. >> he has the audacity to stand up this morning and say that it's the nation's governors and the nation's mayors who are driving our economy down by not hiring enough people? >> is that fair? we will tell you what else the new jersey governor had to say about this. >> plus, they are never before seen moments of animals caught on camera. up next, we're getting a sneak peek at the new national geographic special, untamed america. nothing gets reichmuth's attention like critters. he is focused. ♪ i have got to do it my way ♪ or no way at all. does your business have the financial control it needs?
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>> that's exactly what my guess was going to be the two blip neck tore bat. joining us is casey anderson. welcome to the show. >> thank you. >> so, oh, got clean up on aisle four down here. we got some crazy animals like that bat we got to see incredible slow motion photograph that we are now getting to see animals in their habitat that we have never bp before seen, right. >> that particular bat was only discovered in 2005. what's incredible about it is that it has got the longest tongue of any mammal compared
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to body length. which means if had you a tongue like that this t. would be nine foot long. >> sounds like gene simmons. >> casey, you have got -- what are we looking at here? >> these is actually a blue and gold that makaw. raspberry is 50 years old. >> you will will see in the mountain episode of untamed america. one of their cousins a parakeet living in a very very unusual place. and karen can tell you more about that. >> yeah. it's an active volcano in the middle of nicaragua. little parakeets and they have maiden flight and you look down and you think oh my goodness if they don't make it they are going right down into the throat of that volcano. >> you have got an i had credible to toad here. what was the thought process doing a show like this animals
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never seen before. >> first series ever gone from south america, north america to central america. in other words from alaska to patagonia. incredible stage. lots of extreme habitats and environments. we wanted to have intimate envirnlments playing out. you see how the animals survive in incredible extremes. >> "fox & friends" studio. many people haven't survived. frog is in here. what is this frog? >> it's a toad. >> a cain toad. these are native to costa rica. so they live in the jungles of costa rica. a lot of people have had them released into australia and i think they are even in florida now. so, but is he pretty impressive, isn't he? >> those are the types of toads that you would see in a disney cartoon large like that. i don't think we have ever seen them. see many more animals on the incredible show untamed america debuts tomorrow night on the national geographic show sunday night at 10:00
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>> good morning, everyone, saturday, june 9th. i'm alisyn camerota. is the white house leaking information to make president obama look better before the election? the president says no way. >> the notion that my white house would purposely release classified national security information is offensive. >> there's now an investigation underway to find out the source of the leaks, we have details straight ahead. >> and chris christie is back, the new jersey governor taking shots at the president for taking a shot at him. >> he has the audacity to stand up this morning and say it's the nation's governors and the nation's mayors who are driving our economy down
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by not hiring enough people? >> what else the jersey governor had to say about the president's private sector comments coming up. >> plus, a recent college graduate hoping this video will land her a dream job. >> ♪ ♪ employ me maybe >> she sounds good. >> really? >> what are you listening to, something in your ear. >> attention getting, a good idea or just plain annoying? your tweets and e-mails pouring in about that one. and "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. do you really like her? >> i do. ♪ >> that thing is an ear worm par excellence. all day you will be humming that. >> i want to correct something, talking to the national geographic channel, sunday june 10th at 9 p.m. eastern time. 9 p.m. is that great new show.
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>> and then at 9:50 on this program, lt. colonel tony schaeffer talks about the leaks. and where they might be coming from in the obama administration. also, the attorney general's appointing of two u.s. attorneys. >> before that for some fun, we have the best letters written from summer camp. campers home to their parents. they're hilarious. stick around for that. okay, in the meantime, here are your headlines, what's happening at this hour, there's been a delay in the case of army psychiatrist accused in the fort hood shooting rampage. major nadal hassan showing up in a court with a beard, the judge claims violates regulations and the hearing will not take place until he complies with the grooming standards. this, or he can watch from outside the courtroom via video feed. well, after years of lobbying, finally helped for those sickened after the 9/11 attacks. federal officials are now pushing for a health care extension, that would include first responders and residents
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who developed cancer in the toxic ash of the world trade center collapse. the 4.3 billion dollar program would include people with 50 different types of cancer, helping them to qualify for free treatment. disease and hefty compensation programs. battle over who can vote in florida is heating up. this after some groups asking a federal court to step in. it comes amid a pushback by republican governor, and the supporters argue that those who are not citizens should not be eligible to vote. the state has flagged 2700 potential noncitizens on voter roles, asking for their proof of citizenship. and probably we're not the first that we were hoping for, an indiana man proposing to his girlfriend during a hot air balloon ride, disaster struck, hitting power line send both the pride to be and pilot were treated for burns. on the plus side.
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she did say yes. >> oh. >> those are your headlines. >> well, she was trapped up there with him. had no choice. >> julie: one knee, conventional, what do you think, rick reichmuth. >> traditionally. >> julie: lower the bar for proposals. >> it's getting outrageous. and the injury if she says no, sorry you crashed. yeah, i'm going to say no? i don't think so. and big storms across the northern plains, some could be severe, i don't think a big tornado day, but maybe some big heavy or strong winds and hail and across the gulf, a lot of rain and the southwest that fire danger is continuing. all across the four corners, a big day today. very, very windy conditions, as the same system that's bringing severe weather to the northern plains is going to bring the wind there. and the yellow, we extend the chance to see the winds and certainly the hail. south dakota, north dakota, parts of minnesota, also. and heavy rain the next couple of days, across areas of the gulf. take a look how much rain is
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going to fall by the time we get to monday. one of the computer simulations calling for almost 8 1/2 inches of rain in the pensacola area. anybody here, unfortunately not looking good the next couple of days. good part, a major drought going on there, we're going to see relief. florida, a lot of rain this week, that continues today. all this have moisture is going to pull off towards the north so by tomorrow, atlanta starting to see some of that rain and also towards the northeast, we have some showers, moving across upstate new york at this point and much of new england today is fine and to the south of this is good. a line of storms going to move and exit right across the areas of long island, out to the west you're looking good and this morning, big storms across north dakota, we had wind recorded at 93 means, a wendy devastating or dangerous storm moving across that area. >> thanks, rick. >> thanks so much, rick. >> not often that you invoke jay leno talking about the president's remarks and leno
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joked on friday 14 million americans were home on friday to hear the president's remarks, home because they're unemployed and heard him say private sector is doing just fine, surprised, listen. >> the truth of the matter is that, as i said, we've created 4.3 million jobs over the last two, 27 months, over 800,000 just this year alone. the private sector is doing fine. where we're seeing weakness is in our economy, had to do with state and local government. >> so was he -- did he have a slip-up? by all accounts no. when you watch the video a number of times, he's making a larger argument, here is where we have problem and goes on to talk about state and local government. >> firefighters, teachers. >> right. >> those are the issues, right? so he does believe at least in that context that the private sector is doing fine. mitt romney, as you can imagine, hearing about the comments on the campaign trail, had this to say.
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>> is he really that out of touch? i think he's defining what it means to be detached and out of touch with the american people. has there ever been an american president who is so far from reality as to believe in an america where 23 million americans are out of work or stopped looking for work or can only find part-time jobs and need full-time jobs, for the president of the united states to stand up and say the private sector is doing fine? he's going to go down in history as an extraordinary miscalculation and misunderstanding by a president who's out of touch. >> and in fact, the outrage over what the president said reached such a fever pitch yesterday afternoon that just a couple of hours later, the president did have to amend what he said. he tried to clarify what he meant by the private sector is doing fine, and here is the clarification. >> listen, it is absolutely clearly that the economy is
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not doing fine, that's the reason i had the press conference. and that's why i spent yesterday, the day before yesterday, this past week, this past month and this past year talking about how we can make the economy stronger. the economy's not doing fine. there are too many people out of work, the housing market is weak and too many homes underwater and that's precisely why i asked congress to start taking some steps that can make a difference. >> right, okay, so we're all on the same page, the economy is not doing fine. what did he mean the private sector is doing fine. >> because when he's on the campaign trail, even the last round of jobs number on friday. we went out on the campaign trail trying to spin is positive. the economy is i can making strides and still not there. he was harsher on the economy than the campaign trail. >> and the economy is not
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enough to keep up with the population growth. 80,000, just enough to keep track. it won't go away in part because of 2008. you remember john mccain saying the fundamentals of this economy are strong, just as the bankruptcy hit. >> sure. >> of how-- >> goldman sachs is. >> lehman. >> oh, lehman. and the president hammered and in part some of bha was unravelling. and romney was handed a gift on the platter. he's the one arguing he's out touch and likes to fire people and et cetera, and six homes, he's going to drive it home. >> he was anded it on a silver platter, know the a silverstone. and in chicago, yesterday, marco rubio, was he there, was he present? i don't know if he was there, they had a straw poll and marco rubio won by a landsli landslide. he won by 30% and his closest opponent there, chris
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christie, who so many people named for the vp stakes as well, 14.2% and then further down from there. >> and it's interesting, because arguably the most interesting part of this election may be who is the other part of the romney ticket. how much it can garying guise the campaign. will he do it just ahead of the convention or soon? marco rubio clearly the favorite of those folks like chris christie. you say rob portman 2%, and the favorite-- >> he's the favorite and jeb bush saying the other day, absolutely not. he said i'm absolutely not going to be on the ticket and argued that we need some diversity in the republican party and that's what he was saying that we can't pick another light guy his argument there. and so chris christie at cpac, what he had to say. is it an outrage to have the president of the united states stand up and say the hard working governors, republicans and democrats around this country, that state and local government hiring is moving in
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the wrong direction, and we're to blame because the economy's not growing. he's the one who put forward an effective wasteful stimulus plan that did nothing to help this economy. he's the one who saddles up to all of the federal rules and regulations that don't allow the governors to have the freedom to do what we want and then the audacity to stand up this morning and say that it's the nation's governors and the nation's mayors who are driving our economy down by not hearing enough people for government work. >> and in fairness, the president didn't say that the governors and mayors were driving the economy down. he, what he said in his speech was of course, they're being hard hit. they don't have the revenues they're used to and getting the financial assistance they used to. so governor christy's interpretation is different than what the president necessarily meant. >> certainly. let us know, what you think about that. friends@foxnews.com. and attorney general eric
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with endless possibilities, what will you create? ♪ learn more about the new select series x310 with power steering at johndeere.com/x310. >> welcome back. eric holder on capitol hill getting grilled on operation fast and furious. take a look at things look heated when congressman darrell issa questioned on the materials the attorney general asked for in the subpoena. >> have you and your attorneys produced internally the materials responsive to the
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subpoenas? >> we believe that we have responded to the subpoena-- >> no, mr. attorney general, you're not a good witness. a good witness answers the question asked. >> we produced 7600-- >> look, i don't want to hear about the 7600. >> chairman i would-- >> the lady is out of order. >> dave: are there documents withheld, what if anything is holder holding back. and joining us with the author of "fast and furious", obama's scandal and shameless coverup. good to see you, katie. >> great to be here. >> you were cheering on thursday, as you can see, it got heated. what do you feel, what do you believe eric holder is holding back if anything? >> well, he's holding back a lot and we actually found out from the attorney general on thursday that you know, we were told before there were 80,000 fast and furious documents available, in the justice department and eric holder told us now 140,000 and
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they've om submitted 7600 to congress most of which look like this. when you have thousands of documents that are blacked out, not to mention 7600 out of 140,000 shows that the justice department really isn't complying with subpoenas issued by congress. >> dave: take those documents combined with the wire taps we've learned about, again, what do you feel that eric holder is not telling congress about how high this went, about what he knew, about what lannie brewer knew and others? >> on thursday during the hearing, eric holder made it clear even though the wire taps show that his assistant attorney general approved gun walking tactics, throughout 2010. now, keep in mind, his assistant attorney general lannie brewer said he didn't know anything about fast and furious until december of 2010 when border patrol agent brian terry was killed and not to mention going back to the history of the scandal, eric holder's now chief of staff.
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gary grimler, his own handwriting on a fast and furious presentation given in phoenix in the spring of 2010. on thursday, eric holder kept saying, none of my senior officials knew about this. none of my senior doj officials approved this tactic and in fact, this was a local issue and local program and all the evidence points to the contrary. >> not that darrell issa was softballing anything, if you could sit on the committee yourself and ask eric holder a question, what would it be. >> i think i would say, why have you changed your testimony over and over again in front of congress and why are you defending your top senior officials and political appointees in the justice department when the evidence shows that they knew about this? why hasn't anyone been fired? and that's a question that has been asked, but also, to the question of do you not care about getting to the bottom of this scandal? you've come before congress eight times and you've made it
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clear you're not happy coming to congress and answering questions, but haven't expressed a whole lot of outrage and held those accountable for hundreds of deaths in ex-m as a result of this program and border patrol agent brian terry and we haven't seen those answers and congress has been trying to get to the bottom of for a year now. >> dave: they want him to go and charges. how satisfied with how they've handled this, and michael steele says we're waiting for accountability from the attorney general's office. they're not going to get accountability from the attorney general's office. that's been made very clear. the attorney general himself has refused to comply with the congressional subpoena issued in october of 2011. and so, it is time for house leadership to apply more pressure, however, i do agree that they, it's not their job, it's the job of congressman issa to come forward with you will an of the evidence from
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the eversight committee and say this is the case. but leadership has more than enough evidence, the oversight committee more than enough evidence especially in the 6 four-page contempt charge issued against holder that's kind of pending in congress and more than enough evidence to move forward and they should do so. >> dave: she wrote the book, fast and furious, katie, thanks for being with us. >> thank you. >> dave: coming up, is the white house leaking information to make president obama look better? the president says no way, that's offensive. now, an official investigation to find the sources underway, we'll ask colonel tony schaeffer about all of this coming up. and dear mom, i'm miserable. summer camp is no longer, about calm fierce and sing alongs, and it's for sharing kid's letters from bummer camp. ♪ oh, tell me more, tell me more, a drag ♪ ♪ tell me more, tell me more,
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>> 6:24 out west. a fire breaking out inside robert de niro's new york city apartment. and the blaze was caused by a lint buildup in the clothes dryer. got to clean that out. de niro overseas and fortunately, no one was hurt. pripz phillip released from a london hospital after battling infection. and tomorrow is his 91st birthday and wife queen elizabeth celebrating a milestone, her 60 year on the throne, guys. >> alisyn: well, are your kids headed to summer camp? if so, you might be having discussions like this one.
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>> i don't want to be one of those pushy parents. >> it's too late. why is that supposed to mean, young man? >> i don't want to go to computer camp. >> there are plenty of things i'd rather do with $3,000. >> me, too. >> clayton: computer camp. and that's where i'm going to send my kid to. and once you drop them off there, their letters may haunt you. diane is the author of the new book "ps, i still hate it here, more kids letters from camp", and nice to see you this morning, diane. >> nice to be with you, thank you. so you started, i guess you got the idea for this book as a germ nation idea for this book, your eight-year-old daughter had a hard time attending camp and she sent you a letter. what did it say? >> so, yeah, her letter came on the heels of her convincing us to send her to camp and coming up with this very, very compelling and seemingly co-gent reasoning why she
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should be allowed to go at eight and when when did ship her off surprised to get the letter saying things, i've made a horrible mistake, i can't stop crying, made me scraper, sweeper and maid and pulling anything to draw from to get on the nearest plane and get to her. >> alisyn: you have a bunch of funny examples in the book and share with our viewers. one of the first letters you've compiled, dear mom, dad, i love everything about this camp except the campers. that seems important (laughter) >> that does seem important and i love that one because it's that elation that the parents must feel wh he they first rip open the envelope, she's happy we've made the right decision and instant dropdown, except the campers. i love this one and it's framed so well, i mean, and hitting you right in the wallet. says don't waste your money by leaving me here any longer, not happy here. >> alisyn: i like the smiley
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faces accompanying this. >> right, on wonderful antithesis, the juxtaposition there. >> alisyn: another one that drives home the point and reputation, i want to go home. i want to go home. i want to go home, i want to go home. i want to go home. i want to go home. ps, me and bobby have been crying during this letter (laughter) >> right, they get to it, just in case the parents have missed the message. and right, they really try and you know, drill that one home. >> clayton: i love this one here, miss you guys, but having a blast, love you, please don't come visit me. this person actually loves being at camp. >> yeah, and you know, there's a chapter, there are seven chapters in ps, i still hate it here and many have to do with the kids that are happy campers and one letter in the
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book, and a little girl says dear mom, i miss you, but this is so much better than you yelling at me, dad and joey, no offense. or they're having a blast. and they're able to, you know, get away on be on their own and live independently and understand. this actually might be a little better than being at home all summer. >> alisyn: yeah, well, diane, the book is ps, i still hate it here. more kids letters from camp and the good news is that most of these kids do come around by the last week of camp and do seem to like it. so, the letters are really funny. >> they love it. >> alisyn: that's great, diane, thanks so much for sharing. >> clayton: i used to go to summer camp, loved it as a kid and i remember being covered in poison ivy and nurses station for four straight days and might have sent a letter there. mommy come get me. >> alisyn: of course you were. >>. >> clayton: the next person to lead al-qaeda? is he roaming american cities? what you need to know.
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>> alisyn: and this girl hopes to land her dream job. is it an attention getting, or is it an i noig. >> clayton: send her to camp. ♪ employ me maybe ♪ hey, i just met you and this is crazy ♪ ♪ but here is my resume' hi, i'm phil mickelson. i've been fortunate to win on golf's biggest stages. but when joint pain and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i finally understood what serious joint pain is like. i talked to my rheumatologist and he prescribed enbrel.
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♪ ♪ this is crazy, but here is my resume' ♪ ♪ employ me maybe >> here she is, this is grace sweeney decided to take matters into her own hands for not getting a job and had time on her hands, you know what? i'm going to put together a tape of me singing a song, employ me maybe. >> alisyn: is this creative or annoying. she's a broadcast journalism marriage -- major and theater minor. and does it work. >> dave: i think it's fantastic. graduated fr graduated in north carolina. 2,198 hits on youtube ap see if we can get it up and mark in my state of colorado i would bet that she does not get hired. this video doesn't empress. >> alisyn: really. >> clayton: i'm with mark on that one. >> alisyn: what's not impressive about the dance moves? >> it's the--
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>> what. >> clayton: it's all of it, the voice. >> dave: here is the thing, if she can report, if it drives them to her resume' and she can actually report, then it gets her a job. and to look at your resume' real. >> clayton: i did hear at one point during the music, rick grunted, not again. mls writes from massachusetts all it takes is someone who likes it enough to hire her, good luck to her. ps, the video is still annoying. and for her, that appropriate for her, that video requires wearing roller skates and saying, welcome to sonic. >> dave: hey, now. >> alisyn: there's nothing wrong with that. i think that song is so catchy since i saw the harvard baseball team in the van doing it, and i can't stop. >> clayton: doing what. >> alisyn: could i have the music, liz. >> dave: can you give us the music? need to keep going awhile. >> alisyn: here we go. >> wow, i love harvard. >> alisyn: the baseball team. >> no, look it, coordinatedly.
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>> coordinatedly. >> not a good add verb that you created. >> alisyn: i love it. these guys, look at them. look at how great they are. >> one more time, doing it during the headlines. >> alisyn: okay. >> and keep it coordinatedly dance that they do it. >> i may do it the end of the kicker. >> alisyn: stick around, new headlines, and new video just from the news room of this attack in syria. >> oh. >> that's heavy bombardment, we understand in downtown dara, at least 17 people were reportedly killed during this. among them, women and children. and this comes of course after u.n. observers were viewed, what they say, were the horrific massacre scenes in this veg where nearly 80 people were killed this week. such a horrible story out of syria this morning. and an investigation continues into the source of a mysterious and in one days
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deadly e. coli outbreak that's spread across six states. one child in the new orleans area has died and so far linked to 14 illnesses and officials have identified the strain, but not yet the source. further prove this morning, dave, tell us about this sports story. >> it is further prove that all no hitters are not created equal. and a week ago today. skeptical baseball fans questioned, johann santana's no-hitter and the questionable call by the ump. the questionable no-nos, kevin millwood and five other seattle mariner pitchers combined to no hits of first place los angeles dodgers. millwood six innings before you can see he left with an injury. and then a whole parade of relievers comes on and goes the remaining three innings, with wilmington pitching the 9th. santana, weaver, umburg, no
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hitters, four on the year. >> clayton: first of all, has it happened before? >> it has, the most pitchers ever used to combine a no-hitter, one other time, six pitchers. >> clayton: other questions. >> dave: ten times in the history of baseball, multiple pitchers. >> alisyn: i think that dave is making up stats. >> clayton: great having you on the show. >> okay. rick reichmuth is outside with a look at the forecast, hey, rick, looks like rain out there. >> it's sprinkling a little bit. a little unsettled across areas of the northeast and much of upstate new york and the city of long island, a big problem with the horse race there. take a look at the forecast for belmonbelmont. the future radar and the storm cutting down through the afternoon from time to time and unfortunately right at about race time i think we might see a shower, the latest models have come in and earlier it was showing a big thunderstorm there and that's not the case now, but it's going to be spotty thunderstorms, so, could be some problems there,
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especially for people hanging out for the earlier races today. the temps as you're waking up this morning. warm across the central part of the country, already at 75 in minneapolis and you're going to be getting into the 90's, take a look at the forecast across the northeast, we've got the showers and nice temperatures to the east of that front and down to the south of it. much warmer, a lot of sunshine down in the southeast, where the troubles are for the next few days, very heavy rain across the central gulf and in towards florida, temps into the 90's, across the areas of texas and northern plains. we will see a chance of severe weather throughout the afternoon. all right, dave, send it over to you. >> thank you, buddy. got a new father's day gift for you, give dad a sand box to put together for their kids. give dad a little bit of work, mike cartozza here from home depot and the reason i say that, it's a fun activity to do with your kids. >> absolutely. >> dave: great bonding and not hard to put together. >> not terribly complicated, but a lot of steps to run through. we're going to do a quick overview, if you want the
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details, go to home depot dote com come/sand box, detailed instructions you can print off and take to the store to get the pieces. >> dave: fairly simple. >> this is destruct-- deconstructed. 4, 2 by 2's in the corner for support, 2 different lengths of 2 by 4's that form the arm rest and the support for the back. what's going to happen when it's done. it's going to close up, protect the sapped from sticks and animals and leaves and things. >> over the top. >> over the top and opens up and that top forms the seat. >> they get nasty if you don't cover it, did nt do good enough job. >> and cats get in there and turn it into something other than a sand box. connect the sides together and add the 2 by 2's in the corner, you can see that for support. now, four of the boards are connected to the box itself. two on this side and two more that side and that's are
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screwed in. one good thing to do you want them spaced 1/2 inch apart ap lay them out and mark on the board where they go so they're lined up when you're finished. >> and what do you want with the space. >> you want the drainage in there and want it to breathe. aen so this is the seat and all you do is take two of the one by four's and attach it to the shorter 2 by 4. and what this is going to do. sit in here, and this is not attached to the box itself. this will be attached to the planks that did get attached with a hinge so you can open it up. >> genius. >> once that's there. do the kind of the same process, two of the 1 by 4's and attached to the longer of the 2 by 4 and this is going to form the back of the seat. what that's going to do. >> show you on the other one. >> got to have a seat. >> yeah, you've got to have a seat and this is the seat that we talked about with the hij and when it's closed you can
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see that the back attaches with this hinge. when this is closed up, again, it covers up the sand and when you open it, it forms the seat. and it's hard to visualize, once we get over here to the finished product. >> hey, guys, how are you doing this morning? do you like the sand box? >> i forgot to add one of the friends in, here she comes. so-- so then you throw a simple coat of paint on it. >> fill in the holes where the screws are with wood filler and sand it down so it's nice and smooth and paint it. this is an awesome color, fire engine red. a behr color. add crushed gravel for drainage. keep it nice and dry and add some mulch. >> there's no tafrp underneath, you have natural ground to form with the gravel. >> yes, you want some weed block, an added benefit of keeping the weeds out and add the sand and toys and children. >> they're not included. and you have the sand box. >> dave: if you still have
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questions, the website is home depot.com/sand box. >> dave: brilliant. all right, guys, what's coming up on the show, thanks, guys, looks great. still ahead is the white house leaking information to make president obama look better before the election, and the president of course says no way. now there's an official investigation into finding the source of the leaks. we're going to talk to colonel tony schaeffer about that next. >> he's apparently the next in line to lead al-qaeda, that guy, and he is a right in our back yard according to sources. more on that, first, let's check with neil cavuto what's coming up on the cost of freedom business block. >> hey, guys, good morning, lose at the polls and go to court. yoo yoons-- unions lawyering up, do they have a cast or another case of sticking it to the taxpayer. as drivers are getting relief to the gas pump. some politicians are calling for mileage tax, and some say that could lead the recovery
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>> we've been telling you all morning, attorney general eric holder now appointing two u.s. attorneys to investigate the national security leaks that ecurd over the last two months. >> joining us now with his analysis, a senior fellow for advanced defense studies, lt. colonel tony schaeffer, nice to see you this morning. >> good morning, ali. >> alisyn: so let's take the president at his word. he's frustrated by the leaks and he has no idea who may be behind them. what should happen to these, if they are top administration officials, that were talking to the new york times? >> well, the first thing should be, ali, is i'm shocked should go away. he should be the first one demanding accountability here.
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this is done severe damage to his national security policy and more importantly our ability to go forward. this eric holder appointment of these prosecutors, ali, these aren't special prosecutors they report directly to eric holder. as pointed out earlier in the other interviews, regarding fast and furious, you can't to get the truth about that and i don't see the necessity and good. reminds move he casablanca, and they walk into the casino and say, i'm shocked at the gambling and they hand him the winnings. and what it means regarding accountability. >> john mccain and lindsey graham suggested, in a sense agreeing with yourself, that these are not independent special prosecutors, these are two u.s. attorneys and their statements on friday. >> right. >> my question for you, how high do you believe the leaks go? >> dave, this goes, i was on the hill yesterday talking to staffers about this, to congress persons. this goes at least to the
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national security level. and we're talking about senior officials and i remember the general from the dni saying we need more polygraphs. these aren't coming from former operatives like me, these are from people leaking this for political benefit. let me be very, very clear here. people have died. they may not be american people, but al-qaeda, once the information was leaked how the underwear bomber was discovered, they purged their ranks. by doing that, dave, we have now left ourselves open in ways we have not been open since before 9/11, so, again, let me be clear, people have died here and this is the severity of this leak, plus, we talked about two weeks ago, the pakistani doctor who helped us get bin laden, we're hurting ourselves by not following good security practice and this is, this damage will go on, this will hurt us for years to come. >> alisyn: you're saying it will hurt us for years to come, but you believe it was done for political benefit. what do you mean by that.
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>> well, ali, local near term political benefit, but one of the things, let's look at what happened with wisconsin and some of the stuff came out right after that. i'm not saying it's linked, but it's peculiar when you think about it. one of my friends pointed outside in the community and this is the deal. they're trying to show, ali, for better for worse the way i'm intermenting it, trying to show they're strong on national defense by overtrying, doing severe damage to the long-term ability to this country to conduct espionage operations and special operations, to get in the heart of these things, again, just for short-term gain to show that they're strong on national defense. >> lt. colonel schaeffer, thanks so much. a senior fellow at the senior for advanced studies, thank you, sir. >> he's apparently the next to lead on al-qaeda. and apparently in our back yard, we'll tell you more. >> dave: summer camp is expensive, but doesn't have to be. bass pro shop is here with details on their free camp. ♪
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>> 9:53, quick headlines, the officials believe the next potential leader of al-qaeda is a man with ties to brooklyn, new york. terrorist thug adnan-- boy i hope i got there. currently on the fbi's most wanted list and believed to be involved in the foiled new york city subway bomb plot. iconic film producer told he couldn't speak at a high school graduation because he's a right wing conservative. and the principal at montana's
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high school disinvited him after learning the political views. behind "schindler's list" as well as a former marine, guys? >> one good thing about mispronouncing the terrorist's name. >> alisyn: they're not too litigious. and we're here at summer camp, bass pro shop, it's summer camp season. what have you got. >> free crafts and activities and learn basic skills leak archery and fishing and bird watching. >> the kids here, arts and crafts, you go go to bass pro shops to do this. >> absolutely, it's all for free, you see the schedule, do different crafts every week and check it out. about i remembered houses and different crafts. that might be wet. and put that down. >> and that would be good. >> your a frightened of a rainbow colored snake. >> and the right here, i'm
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wearing a bunch of them. can if one of the kids gets a pin. collect all nine and the lanyard and-- >> and that's very cool, hi, are you having fun? what's your name. >> zack ryan. >> what's your name? >> samantha. what are you guys painting here? very cool. >> snake. >> very scare yes, and a bird house, it looks great. >> alisyn, it's all about fathers, so, stop trying to talk to the kids. >> okay. >> it's father's day and one day of the year that fathers get a little bit of love back, right? >> and you guys have great gifts and moms head down to bass pro shop. watches and different stuff. start with the polo's. >> $10. >> redhead cargo shorts, and one of the traditional gifts for dad, watches, 19.97. every dad needs a new watch. wallets, $15. >> wow.
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great. literally not going to hurt your wallet. and you also have some, some different, of course, you wouldn't be, you know, bass pro without getting some fishing gear. >> and this would be a compliment any dad's collection, and this is very smooth, great reel, $39. a big grill. every dad loves it big grill. >> 900 inches of cooking surface, a char broil grill, six burner, great price during father's day and everything in the store and see the website. >> thanks so much, thanks for the fun and when we come back from this commercial i am once again going to try my hand at archery. everyone clear the deck e clear out, alisyn is going to shoot and bow and arrow. security? >> children take cover. veggie style. hmmm. fohalf the calories plus vgie nutrition. could've had a v8.
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>> welcome back to "fox & friends," about to die on national television. >> see if i can hit the target, dave, let's see if i

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