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luckily for me my wife wants me all the time. >> michael tweeted thank god for girlfriends. happy wife, happy life. >> thanks to all who responded. we appreciate it. "fox & friends" starts now. we'll see you on monday. bye. >>elisabeth: good morning. it is friday, october 13, 2013. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. wheeling and dealing. republican leaders offer president obama a deal in a closed-door meeting at the white house. but was it a grand compromise or a concession? we report. you decide. >>steve: the president signs a bill restoring death benefits to the families of fallen soldiers. what took him so long and is there some blame to aim at somebody in d.c.? we're going to talk about that. >>brian: it is no secret. girls just want to have fun. that great philosophy sin d.w.i. -- cyndi lauper
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talked about that. guys, did you know you're not included in that fun, especially if you're married. "fox & friends" starts now. >> live in new york. it's "fox & friends." >>steve: thanks for that pep parliamentary inquiry inquiry -- pore that peppy open. >> i guess if david was live, we would have thought game on. wall street thought so. we had a mini rally yesterday. what happened in that 90 minutes when republican leaders talked with the president? >>elisabeth: paul ryan was quoted as saying the president didn't say yes, didn't say no. they came forward to compromise. the first time they came together face-to-face at an actual table to discuss some options. the house republicans put
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forward the six-week extension of which included some options which seem like concessions, but many think that this is actually agreeable with the republicans, puts them in a power position because obama might say yes. >>steve: let's take a look at what was offered. a six-week extension of the debt ceiling. appoint budget conferees and talks on spending cuts to get the government open. there's the graphic right there. what's interesting is -- and eric cantor said it was clarifying but no resolution came out. so the one thing missing there, though, is, which is what the white house wants, it doesn't end the government shutdown. why? the republicans need at least one more card up their sleeve because as you're about to hear from texas congressman jeb
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henserling, republicans haven't given up yet. >> you look at the freshman class, these are people who have given up good jobs, left their families back home because they care passionately about free enterprise, about values. they are not going to give it up and rubber stamp what the president wants. we will negotiate in good faith but we have the power of the purse, not the power to rubber stamp. that is what the constitution says and we will stay strong. >>brian: more details coming out of the senate. th*e looking at -- they are looking at moderate representative susan collins. she says why don't you repeal the medical device tax and i think both side want greater flexibility when it comes to the sequester cuts. these are automatic cuts. they just happen. no one has input. they want to see if they can get power there to decide what should be cut and what shouldn't. in return they would fund the government again and raise the debt ceiling
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again to avoid this catastrophic default that everyone is fearing is coming up now in, as the countdown continues six days. we're in the midst of an 11-day shutdown. >>elisabeth: there were talks that nancy pelosi prefers a year. >>steve: apparently this proposal susan collins is going to be presenting to the president -- and mitch mcconnell is going back to the white house later today. it was mitch mcconnell and joe biden who did the last three big deals that "politico" was saying apparently harry reid said i'll help you, mr. president, with your deal but you've got to keep joe biden away. they're going to be together. susan collins, one of her suggestions is they raise the debt limit for three months. right now for the white house, the house proposal is a nonstarter because it does not reopen the government, which is one of the things that the house is keeping in its hip pocket as the final arrow
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in the quiver. but the president wants it reopened before any negotiations. >>brian: no doubt about it, there are people who are hurting. they have not gotten paid in a couple of weeks. they're going to get paid eventually but the mortgage still comes. the phone bill, heating. kids in college. this is shocking to a lot of people in and around washington. >>elisabeth: right now the liberals are not in a position of leverage. everyone seems to be let down, the american people and families in the military. finally yesterday the president signs a bill to restoring death benefits to the families of fallen soldiers. we know where the delay came from now. we're getting information as of yesterday that officials are telling fox eric holder, the justice department had the final say. listen to this. >>steve: this is big. >> have you seen chuck around? where is he? where? what interview has he
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stonewall. hagel, carney, all of them, go. you don't want to serve the people, go. you can make a lot of money in the private sector. you know, i'm tired of this. >>steve: great segment with brit hume there. he didn't say much. you look at what has happened over this whole, the whole death benefits thing in the last 48 hours. yesterday at this time we told you the house passed it even though the house passed a bill ten days earlier where they thought military deaths would be covered. the house passed it waiting for harry reid to sign it. harry reid eventually gets around to bringing it up. it passed by unanimous
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consent. and then jay carney at the white house said you know what? the president doesn't need to sign it. the senate doesn't need to act on it because the fischer house, a private organization, a charity dedicated to veterans is sticking up, going to come up with all the cash for close to 30 families affected. >>brian: hopefulfully they don't have to as of today. >>steve: it sound like fischer house is going to have to bring the money up and then they will be reimbursed after the shutdown. >>elisabeth: they want that had to happen. harry reid was calling this a moot point. why do we have to do that? why? he didn't want it to seem as though they were collecting little bits of government to put together. he didn't want to go against his philosophy which clearly isn't working. why not put the pieces back together? >>brian: fox has learned the department of defense called department of justice and said looking at this pay military act the house has given us to pay our military through the
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shutdown, they said what do you think about this? they said it doesn't look as though death benefits are covered, at which time that is where you would think the president of the united states would go that should stop right now and the defense secretary should go wait a second, this is not getting off my desk. i am funding these people if i have to take it out of my own pocket. chuck hagel, very successful businessperson, could have done it out of his own pocket. instead he watches out and watches caskets at dover for the first time in his tenure. the incidents which took place which led to the o'reilly rant there is because you get locked up in legalese when people lost loved ones and are coming in caskets to dover air force base, you should not be asking lawyers what do i do. >>elisabeth: that is our president. look who is the commander in chief. why isn't he? he has the legal background. he's the leader of the military supposedly but is not leading in either of
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those realms. the fact that legal excuse is being given to someone who sat on the head of harvard review in terms of law and is the commander in chief, those two qualifiers right there should have never allowed this to happen. >>steve: yesterday we were talking on this program about to some it was looking as if this administration, just like they did with the sequester, was trying to inflict pain on the american people. remember back when the sequester kicked in, suddenly long lines at the airport. oh, yes, all because of the sequester. next thing you know, no white house tours. hundreds of tours were canceled. kids raised money to go to washington, d.c. and now fast forward to the last couple of weeks, national monuments are closed down to inflict pain. the world war ii memorial. veterans had to storm the memorial to get in. that could be why -- and you were talking about the commander in chief tk-rbd
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tk-rbd -- how satisfied america are you with the way the country is being governed? 81% of you are dissatisfied with the way the u.s. is being governed. of course you've got to blame congress but then again you've got to blame the leader. who is our leader? has he been leading? >>elisabeth: i'm not sure who is. >>elisabeth: i wonder who that 18% is who are satisfied? meanwhile, paying the price with the mid term elections one year away, i think those numbers will be reflective of what the final product is and how the government responds to that final product. >>elisabeth: right now heather is here. good morning. you have headlines for us? >> good morning to you. happy friday to you. other news to bring you. overnight a school bus filled with sorority sisters slamming into a tractor-trailer leaving at least 40 of those students hurt.
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the truck blew right through a red light and clipped the bus and it flipped over. the students were from the university of delaware and were headed to a party. at this hour we understand their injuries are not life threatening. are coats and socks as deadly as bullets and bombs? if they are used to help the taliban, the nypd says yes. police arresting two new york city men on terror charges for sending socks and shoes to the taliban to fight in afghanistan. these men were originally from afghanistan and kuwait and thought the coats would help level the playing field. they face seven years behind bars. brand-new developments in the biker road rage assault case, another police officer coming forward admitting he was also riding with the group. this guy is a five-year veteran of the police force and he has not been charged. he's reportedly still on full duty. we'll keep you posted on that. while you were sleeping the nobel peace prize winner was announced. it went to the organization for the prohibition of
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chemical weapons. this organization is overseeing the destruction of syria's chemical weapons. they beat out malala. she of course is the taliban young woman who was shot in the head for speaking about a girl's right to get an education. and those are your headlines at this hour. >>brian: how could she finish runner-up to anybody? is that unbelievable. she took a bullet in the head for women's rights. >> i guess it goes to speak to the politics of the times because syria is a bigger topic than afghanistan right now, right or now. >>brian: they should hand the trophy to a logo as opposed to this little girl who says i don't care if they shoot me again, i'll continue to fight for human rights. that's a tragedy. >>steve: meanwhile coming up, he sat down but he didn't negotiate. so will the president really compromise with the republicans or is he bluffing? congressman scalise, steve scalise is going to be joining us. he met with the president
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did you have a feeling when you looked left and looked right with the people you were with that there was a reason for optimism? >> you know, there's always a reason for optimism, and i'm a glass half-full person. clearly there are real big differences between us and the president on real policy and it was good that we finally started talking about some of those differences. >>brian: those differences being he does not want anything with the clean c.r. we know that. he also wants the debt ceiling raised. where did you see give on the president? where did you sense that maybe you had something? >> he did agree that we would have conversations through the night. i think both the speaker's office and the white house staff had some conversations through the night and we're going to see where those went today. look, we haven't talked yet about all of this. we've been trying to have a sit-down conversation to start talking about our differences, and i'm glad we finally started that yesterday but clearly there is a lot more we need to resolve on spending and on
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long-term debt. >>brian: the president indicated that he would be into maybe a short-term raising of the debt for three to six weeks. did he reiterate that again at the meeting? >> we talked about that. we said we want to get a long-term agreement too. i want to see our economy get back on track, and there are a lot of things in the spending and funding of government that have been holding our economy back. we want to address those issues and we also want to get ahold of the long-term spending so we don't have to keep borrowing $700 billion, $800 billion each year. >>brian: we know that. however, you're not going to settle that in a day or two. what would you say would be a pathway towards tax reform, deficit reduction, so it would allow people to start getting paid again and that debt ceiling to go up again? >> it means we're going to have to have more real conversations about how we resolve our differences. i think most people know we've got a divided government. we've got a democrat white house and senate, we've got a republican house and a
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divided country on a lot of issues. so we've got to really sit down and talk about how we come to an agreement on the areas where we disagree. and they're real serious policy disagreements, but we have to start talking, and yesterday was that first day. >>brian: harry reid said i feel bad for republicans. they don't even know what they want. they're so divided on their request. would you characterize yourself as divided? >> not at all. if you look at the bills we passed, we passed 18 different bills to fund all or parts of the government just in the last two weeks. harry reid deep-sixed a lot of those. he was chided by the d.c. mayor two days ago on the capitol steps because we passed a bill to fund the district of columbia, some area where we should have agreement. it is a heavy democrat district. this isn't a partisan issue. yet harry reid is trying to hold them hostage too. i think you saw the d.c. mayor taking harry reid to task for playing these partisan games. and it's got to break. we should be not holding
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anybody hostage. make sure if the family of a troop dies overseas, shouldn't we be able to get at least agreement that the family gets death benefits. we passed those to address a lot of issues and they have been bipartisan votes in the house and we've been unified in the house in trying to get this resolved. the other side is going to need to sit down and talk with us about those differences to get it worked out. >>brian: congressman steve scalise who was in meeting with the president yesterday and knows we're finally talking to each oh that is a good sign. thanks so much. up next on our show, a country releases election results before anyone has a chance to vote. how does that happen? vladimir putin goes that sound like a great idea to me. a story that's shocking. sisters wind up with breast cancer in a family that has no cancer. how does that happen? dr. marc siegel will share
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>>steve: some quick friday morning headlines. a terrifying new memo from the t.s.a. warning terrorists might be conducting dry runs for another 9/11-style attack. the memo uncovered by a local tv station in florida said several middle eastern men caused a commotion on a flight to washington, d.c. in order to test the crew's reaction. >>brian: how's this for democracy? officials in azerbaijan accidentally released results for their presidential election before anybody voted for president. azer baijan hardly known
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for being free or fair. >>elisabeth: the masterson sisters in california are fighting a battle. six of the seven women are diagnosed with breast cancer in their early 50's, one dying from the disease last year. that's even though there is no family history of breast cancer. here's a startling statistic. one in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in her life. so what do you need to know? here to break down the facts from the myth is dr. marc siegel from the fox medical a team. how can it be possible to have all these women in your family with breast cancer, no gene, and you get it? >> 85% of the time this is no first-degree relative and there is no genetic abnormality that's found. some of the time there is a
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genetic abnormality and we're just not looking in the right places for it. we're getting better and better and better at that. this underlines the point that you have to get screened. and i believe the screening start at the age of 40, >>elisabeth: that age by the health commission has been moved up to 50, i believe. >> i completely disagree with it because the most aggressive breast cancers, the ones that kill the most are between 40 and 50. you don't want to overscreen, but you want to get a baseline and figure out how to follow it. this is breast cancer awareness month. that's my message today. >>elisabeth: even if you don't have a family history, don't wait to get screened. overweight women, are they at the same risk as other women? fact or myth? >> that is a myth. they are at a much greater risk and aisle tell you why. after menopause, your estrogen is coming from your fat, not from your ovaries.
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as you gain more and more weight after menopause your risks of breast cancer go up. they're at a higher risk. >>elisabeth: estrogen is like a snack for cancer? >> absolutely. the other big risks are smoking, alcohol, your diet and being sedentary increases your risk. it is not just a function . it is a function of activity. >>elisabeth: keep active. a normal biopsy means it wasn't necessary? fact or myth? >> another myth. only 20% of biopsies are actually positive but you have to biopsy if you have a concern. sometimes we do a fine needle asp i rant to prove it isn't cancer. women want to know. you have to take a wide screening to make sure. we can do it very noninvasively. you don't want to miss breast cancer early. the reason that so few women are dying of breast cancer compared to how many have it is because of screening. >>elisabeth: it is the number-one leading cancer in women but yet it is not
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the number-one cause of death which means these early screenings are doing their job. >> absolutely. the art is what treatment you want to do. >> carcinoma institute is controversial. fact or myth? >> that is a fact. it is controversial but i'll tell you why because -- >>elisabeth: what is it? >> it's controversial. the reason it is controversial is because we don't know what to do when we find abnormal cells. >>elisabeth: are the cells in the milk duct? >> absolutely. we can find cells in that duct that are cancerous. more studies have shown limited conservative treatment is best. you can do a hrefrpl -- lump ectomy. most experts will still go for treatment, not to watch it because we don't know how much of these will go to more aggressive breast cancer.
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>> today, by the way, was day 10 of the government shutdown. at what point do we politely ask canada to govern us? i'm not sure. >>steve: let's hope they're a little closer today. we're going to tell you the results of a study by the esteemed organization patty power bingo that shows that while women love their husbands and their significant others, it looks as if four in ten women would rather hang out with other women, their girlfriend, than their guy. >>brian: for more on this let's go to our girl elisabeth hasselbeck. elisabeth, is it true that you're one of the four women that would rather hang out with other women than your husband? >>elisabeth: let me preface my response with this. i believe nine out of ten
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men are probably excited out of that fact because they might want some time alone themselves. >>brian: this is not about them. this is about women. scott's problem with this relationship should not backfire -- [buzzer] >>elisabeth: i feel the pain. i think women feel this way because 20% of them said their friends understand and seem more interested in their problems than their male counterparts. >>steve: brian and i were talking in the locker room earlier. >>brian: he loves to snap the towel. [buzzer] >>elisabeth: and why we like to avoid -- >>steve: you guys like to count calories, talk about all of that stuff. we don't need special time away to talk about gossip. we do it at work. >>elisabeth: you don't need to talk at all. >>brian: women like to hang out with other women. we know that.
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married women like to hang out with women, other women. not their spouse. we know that. we also know this. women like to hang out alone. you enjoy your alone time. i feel like we're beating up on you. >>elisabeth: when faced with the option of being with a guy who doesn't hear you, sure, alone sounds good. >>brian: your husband doesn't understand you? >>elisabeth: he understands me so fine. >>brian: 53% said if they had the option to watch tv or surf the net, they would do it. >>elisabeth: we're always with everybody else, like it or not. >>steve: why do you think over 40% of women would rather hang out with their girlfriends than their spouses? of course if it was more, that relationship would be doomed. e-mail us at
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friends@foxnews.com or twitter us at "fox & friends." >>brian: meanwhile, heather nauert wants to stay out of this. >>elisabeth: she is enjoying her alone time. >> alone time is nice especially when you have a couple of kids. we love being with our kids. got headlines. while washington can't figure out how to reduce our staggering debt, governor scott walker of wisconsin is finding a way to give $100 million back to the folks in his state. his plan? use a budget surplus to lower property taxes. >> $100 million worth of tax relief for working families, senior citizens, farmers and for small business owners. >> the governor says he wants to have a deal in place by december. you want food stamps? find a job. the state of missouri wants to tighten eligibility benefits. if you're between 18 and 50 years old you'll only get food stamps if you have a job or are looking for work or in some sort of educational program. back in august missouri had
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about 915,000 people on food stamps and that's well above the 724,000 it had five years ago. he went to take out the trash and he wound out with a gun to his head. this happening in atlanta. when he took out the garbage, another man pointed a gun at him and demanded his car. the owner went inside to get the keys and then called 911. what did the robber do? he grabbed the keys and took off in the car. the car was later found but police still looking for the guy. your foot falls asleep but what happens if you're on the job? take a look at this. here's a camera man at an nba game and he's trying to keep his cool and get the shot. he tries to regain his footing. this is at the bulls-pacers preseason game. poor thing, he had to spring into action, but it turns out his foot needs a few more seconds to wake up. >> that happened.
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once i got up and broke my foot because i fell down. >>steve: who did you call? did you call your husband or your girlfriend? >> i called my husband. >>brian: call dr. segal. >>steve: let's call maria molina. she's got some weather. >> hey elisabeth. >>elisabeth: hey maria. >> more girl time. moving on to weather, a more neutral subject, we have an area of low pressure tacking up along the east coast and it's been doing so over the last several days so it's been impacting parts of new jersey, parts of pennsylvania, maryland, delaware. over more than 24 hours. many people looking at flooding concerns with flood warnings in effect across southeastern parts of pennsylvania. that is one area that has already received more than four inches of rain.
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coastal flood advisories across parts of virginia. temperature-wise, texas on the hot side. 91 for your high temperature in san antonio. new york city looking pretty good. 64 degrees for the high temperature. let's head over to brian who's going to tell us how the giants did last night. they did great, right, brian? >>brian: yeah. turns out we do not have the video. kidding. giants played the bears thursday night. eli manning came out on fire. if you're a bears defensive back. take a look. two of his first three passes were intercepted. i still love him but the receiver turned the wrong way to be candid. that's a quick look at what happened in the first half, three interceptions overall, giants trail by 14ing about into intermission. they lose to the bears 27-21. skwraeut -- jay cutler to brandon marshal. operation wounded warrior, they celebrated their 50th tailgate party. their mission, honoring
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soldiers at every sports stadium across the country. >> you see so many organizations that reach out to veterans and do everything to help. it makes you feel appreciative because they're taking time out of their day to spend with us. >>brian: america's past time, baseball in the post season, game five. jason verlander knows if he win, tigers play another day. brandon moss for oakland. in the end verlander was outstanding. a no hitter through sixth. victor martinez comes in to score. tigers go on to win 3-0. they will play the boston red sox next. that's a quick look at what's happening in the world of sports.
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>>elisabeth: women are superior. >>brian: read my copy, miss superior. >>steve: this week on "fox & friends" everything flew by. >>elisabeth: here's a look back at the week. ♪ ♪ >>brian: you told me a great hollywood story. want me to share? you sure you want me to share it? >>steve: sure. do we have a choice? >>brian: when the lights go off, when i go through a red light, what i think is yellow, the weird thing is paparazzi are everywhere. >>elisabeth: brian looks like this. ♪ through the years ♪ would you take that pillow and match it to stuart's tie? it is exact. >>steve: go back to washington and get something done. >>brian: we're going to watch you tonight at 7:00. is that okay? >> no.
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>>steve: speaking of an exciting lineup. >>elisabeth: i learned how to catch a baseball because i took one to the face. >>brian: was healthy for you. >>steve: heather nauert, where are you? heather? >>brian: we have no idea. anyone seen maria? ♪ ♪ >>elisabeth: that's an easy steal right there. >>steve: he escaped just in time. >>brian: trying to think of a way to seduce somebody. ♪ ♪ >>brian: i don't have any brain damage. i never wore a helmet. >>elisabeth: a little slow on the upswing there, kilmeade. >> tell me about it, constituted. -- tell me about it, st*ud. >>steve: now you're qualified to drive a new york city taxi.
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>>brian: what do we do? do we hug him? >>steve: don't let him near anything. name another show like this one. what a week. >>elisabeth: we made some changes here. >>steve: women prefer to talk to women, so don't let us get in the way. >>brian: men prefer to listen to women talk to each other. >>steve: come on, brian, let's go. >> no, you don't. >>elisabeth: while they're walking out, we'll handle some business. five companies are hiring and when we come back an incredible success story, one of those companies hired a "fox & friends" viewer. you're not going to miss it. of providing a free world-class education for anyone, anywhere. if you look at a khan academy video, they cover everything from basic arithmetic to calculus, trigonometry, finance. you can really just get what you need at your own pace. and so, bank of america came and reached out to us
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casone. a "fox & friends" success story awaits. >> we know federal and postal service workers have a whole lot of questions during the furlough but what about when the government isn't shutdown down? our next guests work for a company that helps workers find these answers to questions and one that actually found out about the job thanks to our on the job hunt series. i'm here with our latest "fox & friends" success story, federal benefits advisor paulett d.o.d. and the agency director. you were retired. >> i was and never stayed retired. your segment was talking about with this company i was be explaining benefits to postal employees and that is part of my career i had with the postal service. >> when you first retired
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from the postal service, did you find it was a struggle to get back into the workforce? i know you're excited about the job now. we get a lot of e-mails from viewers that say they're struggling to get back in the workforce at a certain age. did you have that happen in your situation? >> actually i've been very fortunate. when i first retired, i went into real estate for awhile. my most previous job was actually working in an h.r. department. i've been lucky. i really have. >> you saw the segment, you got hired. john hired you. john, did you get a big response from the segment? >> absolutely. "fox & friends" is the kind of people we're looking for. we interviewed and talked to a bunch of folks and all of them seemed to be genuinely interested. of course for those productive folks, those that are interactive, we pay a really, it is commission based but it pays well. >> salary range, $120,000 to $180,000 if you've got the right experience. i always am curious what
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c.e.o.'s and h.r. managers say. what stand out to you with people like paulette? what is going to get you the job? >> our organization, it is in sales. it's also teaching. a person has to really want to help somebody. that is really important. for a former federal employee, postal employee, it is the career experience. a lot of times employees don't even know the question to ask, and we're looking for people that can fish out the question to get the answer. >> paulette, since you worked for the post office for so many years, this was an easy transition for you. how long are you going to work? you're 60 now.
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so what are you thinking? >> the whole world knows now. i still have another good ten years; right? my father always told me you will never stop learning. he worked until he was past 70. i enjoy explaining benefits to people. i mean, part of my career i did that in the postal service. it's kind of like going home again. i have a heart for people in the postal service. they don't have h.r. departments to go to anymore. with our company, they get to talk to somebody face-to-face, not just dial a number. >> i want to thank you for, a, coming up to new york. thank you again for giving us information on benefits coordinators. we connected the two of you, i think is one of the best parts of my job. thanks for helping me do my job. thank you very much. i want to let everybody know they're still hiring at the company. they've got 125 jobs available now. go to casoneexchange.com and see the details.
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>> elisabeth: welcome back. parents fighting back after their athletic 11-year-old daughter cass sent home from school with a letter suggesting she was fat. >> steve: the so-called fat letter is a result of a body mass index, bmi screening, given by officials at the school. she and her father join us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> elisabeth: i like your team shirt there. that's pretty awesome.
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>> thank you. >> steve: ladies first. >> elisabeth: how did it make you feel when you realized what that letter said, that they were telling you you were overweight? >> i was angry because i know that the bmi test was done wrong. >> steve: because they had your height wrong, they said you were two inches shorter and when you calculate your correct height, you're absolutely fine. michael, when you saw the letter, you were furious. >> yeah. it was important to us that these letters are going out and this information could really be affecting the kids when it's incorrect, plus it's a bad test to begin with. >> elisabeth: michael, did you hear from the school or the district about this directly? did they call you after you expressed that you were upset? >> no. actually in their defense. it's not a school policy. it's not a county policy. it's a state law in florida. it's really not much they can
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do. >> steve: right. it's kind of a crazy law. i know there are different ways you can opt out of getting the letter. lily, you got the letter from the school. you told us in the commercial break, about five of your other friends got the letter from the school. as a parent, i'd be worried that it will make you feel bad. how do you feel about this? >> it makes me sad that this letter was sent out to people that are not overweight. >> elisabeth: you're a young woman that has great confidence and knows who you are, but can you imagine if this went to somebody who didn't feel great about themselves? what's your message out there to kids who might have gotten a letter like this? >> i would say to always be confident in yourself because everyone comes in different sizes and nobody is going to be the same. the letter shouldn't tell you who to be. >> steve: amen. well put. lily and michael, thank you very much for joining us from naples,
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trouble sleeping and unusual dreams. it feels wonderful. i don't smoke. i don't smoke. [ male announcer ] ask your doctor if chantix is right for you. >> elisabeth: good morning. it's friday, october 11, 2013. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. wheeling and dealing republican leaders offer president obama a deal in a closed door meeting at the white house. but was it a compromise or just a big concession? we're going to report and you decide. >> brian: now we know why no one is counting obama enrollment numbers, because they're in and they don't look very good. wait until you see how many people actually got coverage and tried to sign up. >> steve: it's no secret, girls just want to have fun, but guys, did you know you're not included, especially if you're married? your e-mail pouring in on this not so scientific survey that's got you talking on this friday morning.
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"fox & friends" hour two live from new york starts right now. >> you're watching "fox & friends." that's the great way to begin your day! >> steve: got don king right there. i wonder whether or not this question is stirring up a fight across the country. the one that four in ten women would rather spend time with their girlfriends than their husbands. >> brian: you don't know how to answer that. you might not agree, but you can't win. >> elisabeth: therefore, i suggested eight out of ten guys might be happy about that. >> steve: all right. brian, you were alluding to, are you talking about the boyfriend-girlfriend thing or about the big fight on capitol hill? it looked yesterday late in the day ask and this is the reason the stock market went up, it looked like john boehner and the president were getting closer because they had a meeting
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yesterday, 20 republicans bussed to the white house. they sat in the roosevelt room and let us put up essentially what the republicans were offering a. a six-weeks extension of the debt ceiling, appoint a budget conferees and talks on cuts to get the government open. here comes the graphic right here. the one thing that the white house says is missing from that is how do you get the government open? that was not on the table yesterday, per say. >> elisabeth: it wasn't. talks have gone back and forth. i think everyone right now is feeling a little bit better, more optimistic that something might happen. but harry reid actually, he attacked republicans for, quote, not knowing what they want. what? listen to this. >> this is a situation where they do not know what they want. i hope the republicans decide what they want and we'll be happy to work with them in any way. i repeat for the fourth time. open the government. let us pay our bills. we'll negotiate with you about
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anything. >> elisabeth: to the contrary. you just spoke with selise who was there in the room and he said the exact opposite. he said the republicans do have it together. >> brian: that was one of my questions to him because i see harry reid quoted everywhere. he says poor john boehner, he can't get his point across because he's being held hostage by those terrible tea party. he said no, i think a lot of it is congressman ryan is asserting himself again. many are impressed because he's front and center. the white house says they promise to look at the republican proposal. that's why they're optimistic. it lasted 90 minutes. that's why they're optimistic. and the president is going to have a hard time walking away from this becaus debt ceiling raised and you didn't give anything up, technically, which jay carney keeps saying. but they do promise to talk without big changes. here is jeb hensarling out of texas. he was there.
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>> you look at this freshmen class, the class before me, these are people who left good jobs. they're leaving their families back home because they care passionately about the cause of liberty, about free enterprise, about our values and no, they're not going to give it up and rubber stamp what the president wants. he will negotiate in good faith, but we have the power of the purse. not the power of the rubber stamp. that's what the constitution says. >> steve: the power of the rubber stamp. yesterday was the first entree where the house republicans did meet with the president of the united states. later today, 11:15, back at the white house, the president will meet with the republican senate conference and susan collins from maine, she has been in charge of formulating a proposal and essentially what it does, gives the white house what they want. it reopens the government and also raises the debt limit, but in her case, for three months, which the white house would like. here is the part that appeals to
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the tea party wing of the republican party in the house and that is they are squarely against obamacare. this particular provision that she's talking about would repeal the tax on medical devices, also new income verification for people who get subsidies. it would also keep the sequester cuts in place through the month of march. so in her proposal, both sides get something. it's interesting, the white house does not call this a negotiation. the republicans do call it a negotiation. >> brian: real quick on susan collins, what i think is cool is she wants to give flexibility on how the cuts are done. not only will they get a number, but they'll do it in a way in which each department can make decisions can make the cows, which the military has been asking for. now let's talk about the most controversial thing to happen all week. that's the death benefits dissipating for those who have lost their lives in battle. for the families that come to retrieve their loved ones and for those who actually come here to dover air force base in a casket. we find out there is no money
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for them. $100,000 is not going to be cut. there will not be any benefits from them. all that's on hold because the government. the house comes back and said, we funded this. now we have the details coming from the fox reporting that shows what was going on behind the scenes. evidently the department of defense lawyers say this, quote, we can't find legal justification to pay our military in this military act provided by health benefits. can you? department of justice fires back, not in the way the act was written by congress. at that time, you would think the secretary of defense or president of the united states would say, hold everything. fund it. we'll find a way. >> elisabeth: right. but they didn't. and obviously there are a lot of people infuriated by this. one of them, congressman hunter out of california and he said i know a head that needs to roll, it's called chuck hagel. >> i think chuck hagel needs to think about offering a his resignation over this because he's the one who is at the top of this food chain and broke the sacred trust with these
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families. these military families are not pawns to be played with by this administration to make political points and that's exactly what happened in this situation. >> steve: okay. so there you've got the -- it was a lawyer thing. the republicans felt that the bill they had passed before the shutdown was going to cover it. but the lawyers got involved and they said, it's just a little too vague. then you got jay carney yesterday. he said there is no reason for the senate to pass a bill that would just -- where they would approve things piecemeal. we don't approve of that. he didn't allude to whether or not the president of the united states would sign it. the good news is, the senate did pass it and the president did sign it. however, in the meantime, the fisher house is still going to go ahead and fund each of those families to the tune of $100,000 per person. >> brian: if you didn't have the debate about how we're going to fund the government, the number one story in the world wore obamacare. how is it going?
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october 1, it will be rolling like a steepship. all those detractors will be pushed to the side because it will be rolling along and we're finally going to get national health care. >> elisabeth: that's right. don't worry about all the crashing that's going on, the fact of that, because so many people are dying to sign up. >> brian: right. >> elisabeth: that's why we've had these, what they were referring to as glitches. >> steve: glitches? a glitch is a little thing, you're looking at your screen and it goes poof, but comes right back. this is not a glitch. this is a giant meltdown. you know what? it's extraordinary. it took hundreds of thousands of dollars to build the software and build the web site. it took three years and what do we have? according to two people who work at the department of health and human services, during the first week, they signed up 51,000 people. remember, we thought it would be in the millions. 51,000. at this rate, they extrapolate by the end of this year, just
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2 million people will have been signed up. remember, they need to have at least 7 million people sign up. >> brian: healthcare.gov, according to the "wall street journal," they'll start revamping the entire site. much of the problems stem from the design of the entire thing, from the federal standpoint. it serves 36 states and almost every state healthcare.gov has failed miserably. the biggest supporter, the biggest detractor, we can't even evaluate the program because no one can use the program! >> elisabeth: that's a side note to the fact that you sign up for this, they intended for everyone to pay for this program. and they're mandating that do you with a penalty. so they're not able to pay for it. so you know who is most upset, the administration putting it forward. >> steve: in hawaii, you know how many signed up? zero, first week. more on that later. ten minutes after 7 with the headlines, here is heather. >> we've got other stuff going on of the overnight, a school bus filled with sorority sisters
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slamming into a tractor-trailer leaving at least 40 of those students hurt this morning. the truck driver blew through a red light and clipped the bus and the bus then flipped over. the students were all from the university of delaware and they were headed to a party. their injuries, we understand, are not considered life-threatening. are socks and coats as deadly as bullets and bombs? if they're being used to helple taliban. the nypd says yes. police arresting two new york city men on terror charges. they were sending socks, shoes and jackets to taliban fighters in afghanistan. the men were originally from pakistan and kuwait and they thought the gear would help level the playing field against u.s. forces. they now face seven years behind bars. while you were sleeping, the nobel peace prize winner was announced. it went to the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons. that group is now overseeing the destruction of syria's weapons.
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they beat out -- remember this young lady, malala? she was favored to win. the taliban shot her in the head. she was an outspoken advocate for girls' rights for education in afghanistan. so she did not win that. earlier we told you about a poll and your tweets are pouring in. girls want to have fun and they don't want guys involved, apparently. a new study shows four out of ten women would rather spend time with their girlfriends than husbands. so steve, brian and elisabeth, we've asked the viewers what do they think? >> steve: it's pouring in. jim tweeted, why not? guys want to have fun without their wives sometimes as well. >> elisabeth: and kathy tweeted, i would much rather hang with hubby. i don't like the drama with my friends, although i love them. >> steve: i wonder if that's my wife. >> brian: last names from now on. j.t. tweeted, i say go. please, have fun. but be careful for what you wish for, laugh out loud.
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nights go both ways. >> elisabeth: thanks for your tweets. >> brian: i think it's accurate. this is one of those patty power studies i endorse and brace. i confirm there are conclusions. 12 minutes after the hour. coming up, want food stamps? get a job. do you think that's good idea? your e-mails are coming in on this. keep them coming and we'll read them out loud. >> elisabeth: that's right. it's a national disgrace. veterans still being kept out of our memorial, but they're not backing down. what they plan to do this weekend. ♪
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>> steve: some of our nation's bravest traveled thousands of miles to view the memorials honoring their sacrifice to this country, only to be turned away thanks to the federal government. there are some world war ii vets who had to storm the barricades earlier. but now veterans and military families are banning together to have their voices heard in a million vet march on washington and other war memorials around the country. joining us right now, the rally is lieutenant general jerry boy kin. served under george w. bush. good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> steve: why are you having a million vets march? >> we're outraged. it's not just the veterans, it's not just the active duty. i think americans all over the country are outraged. jack kennedy said, you'll know the character of a nation by the way it treats its veterans.
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this is a low time in the character of a nation. >> steve: in particular, general, what got this ball rolling was the fact that just like millions of americans, you saw the world war ii vets who were on an honor flight turned back initially there at the memorial on the national mall because the park service was shut down and they couldn't go to the open air memorial that didn't have doors on them. >> well, that's right. i think that was clearly an effort by the administration to show not only a lack of support for veterans, but absolute contempt for veterans. we're outraged. we're fed up with this! we should not be part of this game that's being played by the administration and the congress because of all the sectors of our society, veterans have earned the right to be shown respect and dignity and that is something that we are very concerned about. >> steve: surely. it's not just vets. you're also infuriated about the fact that our military personnel
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are being dishonored by the fact that the administration has said that despite the bill that the house passed, they could not pay military death benefits and that was the straw that broke the camel's back, wasn't it? >> absolutely, steve. we feel we're standing for men and women on active duty that can't stand for themselves. they can't speak out about this, but we can. we intend to this sunday as we have this million veteran march all over the country. it's not just in washington. it's all over the country. and we are going to send a message to the administration and to the congress that this is not acceptable. >> steve: general, aren't you worried that those same park rangers are there on the mall on sunday that have been there all along, they've got orders from headquarters, are you afraid you're going to be turned away? >> well, we don't know what's going to happen. look, we're not out there to
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cause trouble. we're out there to send a message. if they start arresting people, then that's just going to happen. it's not our intent to be involved in civil disobedience, but we feel that we've got to stand up and make a statement and that the nation's capitol has to hear this statement that we're making. >> steve: all right. i know there are a lot of people looking in right now and they've got sunday available. they'd like to perhaps help out, show their support for vets and active duty. do you have a web site? >> there is a web site. just google million vet march. you'll find it. that's all you have to do and we're going to assemble at the world war ii memorial at 9:00 o'clock on sunday morning. we should have some members of congress there to speak and there will also be a rally at the iwo jima memorial and any memorial in your state across the country, assemble on sunday at 9:00 o'clock and show your support for the veterans, as well as the active duty
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military. >> steve: all right. lieutenant general jerry boykin, we thank you very much. we know you got a big weekend. we thank you very much for spending a little of your friday with us. >> thanks, steve. >> steve: it is now exactly 20 minutes after the top of the hour. next on our friday rundown, the pope's official medal being recalled because of a major mistake. fine print, but it is extraordinary and we're going to tell you about it. and you watch your kids like a hawk, but you often don't know when a knock to the head requires more serious attention. now you do. brand-new technology coming up. we're going to talk about that. ♪ thrusters at 30%! i can't get her to warp.
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>> steve: time for news by the numbers. first, $100 million. that's how much money wisconsin governor scott walker is giving back to property owners in wisconsin. his plan, to use the budget surplus to lower property taxes. lucky. next, 50 bucks. that's how much michigan judge fines himself when his cell phone went off in court. he said, quote, i'm not above the law. here is 50. and 6,000. that's how many papal medals are being recalled because the vatican misspelled jesus. it's supposed to commemorate hope fran -- pope francis' first year. elisabeth, over to you. >> elisabeth: one of our next guests has taken seven concussions. >> brian: he developed a product to help prevent young athletes
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from suffering the same fate. >> elisabeth: joining us is former nfl player and a representative from the company of the product. but i have to say my brother is connected to the company as a member of the advisory board. does he not receive profits from the sale of their product and he's a reebok guy. we actually have been talking about this to the family. we've got little guys playing football. we've got 25,000 cases of concussions have come in recently in terms of kids getting concussions, being reported. i think during the ages of eight to 19 years old, isiah, i mean, seven concussions that we know about, right? >> yeah. those are the ones that were diagnosed and there is many, many more. by the time i got to the nfl, usually associate being able to mask pain as a sign of toughness. it's not the same with a concussion. >> brian: tell me about this technology and how it helps identify whether you're
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experiencing -- you're being concussed. >> it's not a diagnostic tool. it measures force of impact to the head. it identifies significant impact and puts you on a pathway to be assessed. it gives you an extra data point that elise talks about. >> brian: how does it go on? you wear it like a hat, you can wear that under a helmet? >> it fits under any kind of helmet or nonhelmetted sports. as a parent, buy it for football season and you can put it on your head when they're going out for a bike ride, skiing, any type of activity. >> elisabeth: rough housing with their brother in the basement. >> brian: you can put it on by the touch, right? >> yes. >> brian: what are we looking for once you put it on? >> in the back of the skull cap, this hangs below the helmet, above the shoulder pads. you'll see there is a green light right now. that just signifies that the unit is on and functioning. when the device sustained a moderate impact, a yellow light will start to blink and a severe impact, a red light will start to blink.
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>> elisabeth: if we threw this dummy down, it would give us a light or not impact enough, you would have to have someone like you tackle it? >> it's a little more scientific than that. we triggered one back stage in a way. >> brian: there it is. that red light goes off, what do you do then? >> when the light trigger, it puts you on a pathway to be assessed and it stays on until it's turned off. it let's the staff, coaching staff, training staff on the side line, let's check this kid out and see if he can talk about the symptoms. >> elisabeth: right, because at any given play, you can have a number of given guys go down of the you sometimes were left on field unconscious, i know. but certainly there may be a ton of concussions that go unnoticed and this would avoid that. in terms of concussions and damage they can do, have you been assessed, what are we looking at here in terms of long-term damage with kids? young kids, they're saying as young as seven take adult size hits. >> yes. i think especially when you talk
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about the youth ages, high school, the next strength as well, the head can accelerate. what we do is measure force as a function of acceleration of the head. if you have heads that are much larger in dimension to the size of the body, they can move very quickly. you talk about the long-term effects. >> brian: the science behind it is, somehow reebok has found a way to put this into a cap that fits under the helmet. you can probably wear this in soccer, that would assess how the brain is and gets the human being out of it. you want to stay in the game? doesn't matter. that's a red light on there. a doctor comes up to you. >> exactly. you want to talk about changing behavior, we pilot tested over two years and you start to see this change in behavior. you see kids understanding they want to keep their head out of impact and you learn that over and overment the feedback is thats continue. >> elisabeth: instead of paying through the pain. >> exactly. >> brian: go to your reebok site and find out more? >> yes.
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>> brian: thank you. two minutes before the bottom of the hour. coming up, the one place not to meet a date. anger management class. wait until you hear the story behind this muck shot. >> elisabeth: okay. plus, can these kids take the heat? they'll have to face the challenges of hot tempered chef gordon ramsey. first, we're testing their skills here. >> brian: doocy has a temper, too. >> elisabeth: they're going to cook up some breakfast. >> brian: let's hope they stay out of his wrath. ♪ [ male announcer ] centrum. always your most complete. ♪relaxed music go take the trail less traveled. go spend a little more time and a little less money. go to bass pro shops for great deals. and check out the new look of tracker boats for 2014. plus get a free boat cover with purchase of select models.
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>> the debt ceiling isn't raised by thursday, the country won't legal low be allowed to borrow any more money and we'll be down to $30 billion in cash. china carries that much cash around in their pants. >> brian: pocket change! the lockout hit the late night scene. we have a lot to discuss, including, steve, you finally dual it out with those kid chefs. >> steve: listen, they have prepared a beautiful breakfast for us. we'll find out what it's like to work with gordon ramsey, he's a hot head. he's on tv. in the meantime, she's not one. she's heather nauert. >> that's right. let's just keep kilmeade away from the kids. got to have a rule for that. you know what happens that. i've got some headlines to bring you. listen to this, it's probably the one place you don't want to find a date, anger management class. police arresting jeffrey richards for assaulting a woman that he met at a court ordered
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anger management class. richards apparently got mad when he found out that the woman wasn't interested in a committed relationship with him. >> he grabbed her by the throat, took her to the ground inside the apartment, choked her and began punching her in the face and head area. >> the woman called police after she fled from that apartment. and forget computers. the cook county, illinois court system uses a paper carbon system. remember that? that could be the reason that three inmates were accidentally leased. worst of all, it shows the county's agencies actually use a different system. one county commissioner says it's time for a change. >> as i always told people, i have to believe that cook county is the largest purchaser of carbon paper, if not the only one left these days. it's really something. >> the county is proposing a million dollars upgrade, but say it could take tens of millions of dollars to get it overhauled. a woman in sacramento is
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being honored for helping save her husband's life. her husband, who was in good health, suffered a massive heart attack while he was in the shower. his wife immediately sprang into action and gave him cpr. >> it was what i felt was robotic mode of he's down. he doesn't look well. >> that heart attack lasted more than eight hours. thank goodness for her. you want food stamps? then you got to find a job. the state of missouri wants to tighten eligibility benefits, so if you're between 18 and 50 years old, you'll only get food stamps if you have a job or looking for work. back in august, missouri had about 915,000 people on food stamps. and that's well above the 724,000 it had on food stamps five years ago. steve, elisabeth and brian, we got viewer response on this. >> steve: we did indeed. >> what are they saying? >> steve: phillips tweeted, now that is how social programs
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should work. >> brian: absolutely. good job, thanks for writing us. chris brook tweeted this, i think all states should. this abuse of this system is rampant and needs a good clean ing. >> elisabeth: joseph saying, all states should do it. this country is becoming lazy and complacent and primed for collapse. >> brian: get off the couch. >> steve: you know who is off the couch right now? she's outside, she's wearing a green trench coat, she's behind the juniper, maria molina with our fox steps. >> let's take a look at the weather conditions across the country and here in new york city, we are looking at relatively dry conditions. all of the heavy rain associated with our storm system for us across new york city, fortunately stayed south. pen opinion, new jersey and mid-atlantic and maryland and delaware. but we are dealing with gusty winds across new york city.
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it is possible that we could be seeing some travel delays at the airport. otherwise flood something a big concern. parts of pennsylvania have picked up more than four inches of rain in a short amount of time. we do have flooding occurring out there, especially across southeastern parts of that state. because our slow moving storm system is pushing that water onshow, coastal areas have a flood threat. there's a number of coastal flood advisories in parts of virginia into new jersey and the wind will continue to be an issue out there as well. temperature wise, texas on the hot side. 91 for your high in san antonio. in the northeast, temperatures in the 60s. but factor in the wind. feels a little cooler than that. here comes a good gust. >> elisabeth: windy out there. >> it is windy. good hair day. >> elisabeth: they could be the next big culinary stars of tomorrow. >> steve: first, the kids competing on fox's master chef junior have to conquer the challenges cooked up by hot headed gordon ramsey, the chef,
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and his intimidating judges. look at this. >> you'll each have three minutes to use skype on that tablet to call a friend or a family member who can help you come up with a dish that will make the most of those amazing ingredients. >> is everybody ready to use skype? >> yes! >> your time starts now. >> brian: wow. there you go. we're joined by master chef junior contestants. welcome it both of you. >> thank you. >> brian: what was it like feeling the pressure of these professional chefs putting the spotlight on, alexander? >> it was really intimidating at first because i've been watching gordon ramsey since i was like eight years old. probably not the best thing for an eight-year-old to be watching. [ laughter ] >> brian: why does it keep bleeping. you said your mom is tough on you, so you were ready for the gordon ramsey pressure, right? your mom said pick up the pace, let's go!
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>> my mom is like the female gordon ramsey. >> elisabeth: and jewel, how did you deal with the pressure there? >> i kind of knew i had to keep a steady mind and just be calm and confident. i mean, i was hoping that there wouldn't be too many because we are only kids. >> steve: you are, but there is money at stake here. so there you can see -- i think that's snippet from tonight's episode. this morning you're going to be making latkes and you're going to make eggs benedict for us. action. let's go. >> brian: let's get some breezy music for this. have you ever done this before? >> yeah. i make eggs benedict all the time at home. >> brian: okay. i wanted to make it sound exciting. let's try again. have you ever made eggs benedict before, alexander? >> of course. >> elisabeth: he can't help it. i read, it's true you want to eventually run and manage a restaurant? >> yeah, my dream is own my own restaurant and be my own chef. >> steve: jewels, i read your
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dream is to become a big star in the recording industry and then just own some restaurants, right? >> yeah. that would be amazing. that is my main goal. >> steve: you know what? hat and hire well, you can go alexander to run your restaurant. >> i could. >> brian: we started with english muffin, a thomas, i assume. then go to spinach and then goes what? >> some proscitto that i hooted up in a skillet. >> elisabeth: when does the special sauce get on? >> after i put the egg on. >> elisabeth: this is why i'm not there. >> steve: that's beautiful. that looks fantastic. check out "master chef junior" tonight at 8 on fox. >> elisabeth: you guys are going to be great. >> steve: you both know who wins tonight, right? >> yes, we do. >> steve: but you can't tell us, right? >> no, we can't. >> you have to watch and find out. >> steve: very good. a good promotion.
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very nice. we're going to consume these during the break. >> brian: friday night, 8:00 o'clock, doocy wants a reservation at alexander's restaurant. does he get a table? >> yeah. >> elisabeth: why not? >> steve: good luck to both of you. >> elisabeth: well done. good luck, we'll be watching to see who wins. the battle for virginia's governor seat turning ugly. that's next. >> steve: then a texas tradition canceled and it's all thanks to the feds. that story coming up in three minutes. it is now time, brian and elisabeth, for us to have breakfast. >> elisabeth: all right! >> brian: i think so. my benedict is almost ready. ♪
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[ female announcer ] with five perfectly sweetened whole grains... you can't help but see the good. >> steve: live from new york, time for some headlineses. new developments in the biker road rage assault here in new york city. another police officer just came forward admitting he was riding with the group. he is a five-year veteran of the new york city police department. he has not been charged and it's still reportedly on full duty. and another victim of the government shutdown, the oklahoma naval rotc has been forced to cancel the annual relay connected to the oklahoma-texas football game. the secretary of the navy said they cannot participate in outreach programs. the annual event, fund-raiser for toys for tots. they say not this year. all right. over to you. >> elisabeth: thanks. the crucial virginia governor's
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race taking a negative turn weeks before an election that's attracting national attention. democratic candidate unleashing a political ad attacking republican challenger ken cuccinelli's stance on abortion is sparking it all. take a look. >> for 30 years, i've worked as an ob-gyn. my job is protect the health of women. i'm particularly offended by ken cuccinelli. he wants to make all abortion illegal, even in cases of rape and incest. even to precontinuing a woman's health. >> elisabeth: here to respond is virginia attorney general and republican nominee for governor of virginia, ken cuccinelli. thank you for being with us, ken. when you hear that ad again, your response is what? >> well, first of all, they've run out of other things to attack on. there is no positive vision for my opponent, so all they're left with is trying to scare women. of course, i have a pro-life record and so they come after that vigorously and even more recent commercial than the one you showed goes after
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contraception. we're not going to touch contraception and we never have. but that doesn't stop terry mcauliffe. he lies anyway and puts it on the air. one of the challenges we face is being outspent, especially with their out of state money, is that it's hard to rebut these. we can't rebut ad for ad and they just keep on lying about things like contraception before the abortion ad, it was divorce where they were lying about that as well. it's one thing after another. this is a pattern for him. just two days ago we saw a rhode island indictment unfold that shows terry mcauliffe has been invested in the death of terminally ill americans in these scam insurance instruments and now he's lying about that. so this is a pattern in this race and they begun, don't have a positive vision. i put forward a tax plan that would cut taxes in virginia and grow our economy. they don't want to talk about
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that. >> elisabeth: let me ask you this. >> they want to scare folks. >> elisabeth: they certainly do and that scare narrative, though, seems to be winning and taking the lead. the latest poll right now has him at 40% of overall voters. you are at 39%. when it comes to women, though, and this is a really big deal here, these are 53% of female voters, likely female voters where you're at 34%. this is a tactic, this self narrative, versus the reality what, is to be done and do you think there is a shot you can get some of those women back? >> absolutely. what happens in virginia races, because this is an odd year, people pay attention much later. and it isn't like a federal race, a presidential race where people are paying attention all year. the more people know about me and my record as attorney general and as a state senator and the more people know about terry mcauliffe, the better we do. the truth is our friend. so we do have to counter some of these. we'll get up and we'll counter the contraception ad that just
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went up and call it a lie like it is. and sweep in a lot of other things. but we also want to try to make some issue points about our economy, which is a major concern for everybody. we've been talking about the shutdown. that hits virginia very significantly. it's important for us to get our economy going. that's where i've been focusing. >> elisabeth: of course. when you talk about the women getting -- they're on the hunt for these female votes. cosmo magazine had an on-line reasoning poll or directive basically saying three reasons or four reasons why not to vote for cuccinelli. >> right. >> elisabeth: how do you combat that? specifically what's your strategy with women? they're handling budgets out there. they know what's happening in the economy. is that the road you take? >> absolutely they do. in fact, they're impacted more at the margin. it's interesting you note the cosmo thing is why not to vote for cuccinelli. they didn't say why to vote for mccough live because there is not much to talk about. i was the first attorney general
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thought the most realistic element of "gravity" was. they both have been in space. shear what they had to say. >> i really felt like i was there with sandra looking at what she saw, feeling what she felt. and it's not so often that -- my mom is going to get to know what it was like to be at work, except my days were not so exciting every day, which i'm really thankful for. >> what impressed me as far as the accuracy was the accuracy of the hubbell space telescope which i got to work on and the tools. i saw a cutting tool that we used that i haven't seen since i flew in space. there it was in the movie. and the things we work on, that was incredible. i thought it was like the real thing. >> steve: it's very realistic and last week you gave it five stars. that's good news. the other big movie opening this weekend "captain phillips." >> it's a true story of a somali pirate attack in 2009. they also took captain richard
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phillips hostage. for me, i knew the story and the outcome going into the movie, but i was still engaged. i was so blown away by the movie. i was wondering what was going to happen next? that's the sign of true story telling and the sign of a great movie when you are guessing what's going to happen, even if you already know the outcome of the movie. honestly, this reminded me why i'm proud to be an american. it's an incredible performance by tom hanks. >> steve: how many stars? >> he deserves an oscar nomination for the last scene of the film. i gave it five out of five. i've only given two fives this year out of the films i've seen this year. the guy who plays the lead somali pirate, it's the first movie he's ever done of the he beat out 700 people to play this role. he's incredible. he holds his own against tom hanks. >> steve: plenty to see at the movies. thank you very much. two five stars. >> thank you very much. >> brian: stay out of trouble this weekend for a change. >> steve: it is now a couple minutes before the top of the
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>> elisabeth: oh, no. >> brian, you're fired. >> brian: it wasn't me! "fox & friends" starts now. they think it's me! >> i'm donny osmond. you're watching "fox & friends." as a matter of fact, all of the osmonds love it, except one. that's tito. >> brian: that was great. >> steve: can you imagine leaving your wife at the gas station after the wedding? that's going to be a long honeymoon. >> elisabeth: that's long. at least there are snacks there. >> steve: that's true. >> brian: there was a time when you only got gas at a goes station. now you can go in there and shop. >> steve: my husband just dumped me, but i got free slim jims. [ laughter ] >> brian: your husband is the luckiest man in the world. look how understanding. you just had a scenario where he left you at a goes station for two hours. >> brian: in a few hours from now, president obama meeting with senate republicans again.
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this is house republicans and senate democrats met at the white house in talks to end the threat of default and end the government shutdown, which now is in its 11th day. wendell goler live at the white house with the latest. a lot of action on this friday, i hope, wendell. >> the market is happy about it. house majority leader eric cantor called yesterday's talk very useful and the white house was upbeat as well. while republicans are offering a a short-term or temporary increase in the debt ceiling, they want budget talks to begin before the government reopens. senate majority leader harry reid says that's not going to happen. >> so much pain and suffering, it is really tear jerking to see it. we want the government open. we want to be able to pay our bills. >> senate republicans are considering a bill that would temporarily reopen the government and extend the debt ceiling, but house republicans don't trust the senate spending
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plan. >> remember, in the senate, their budget never balances. our balances in ten years. they raise a trillion dollars in new taxes. we're going to have a lot of arguments as we go through there, but we want to move that through. >> the market likes the fact that they're talking. the dow up 300 points yesterday and futures are up today as well. brian? >> brian: all right. thanks a lot. some action at the white house despite bad weather perhaps. we're going to have some action indoors. let's see if they can build on what they did yesterday. whatever they did yesterday. >> elisabeth: hopefully. >> steve: one of the things we told you about yesterday was how the house republican-led house had passed a bill to restore death benefits to military families and then there was some suggestion, well, is the senate going to take it up? they eventually did. eventually despite the fact that jay carney said there is no reason for the president to sign it, the president did sign it. what we're learning now is
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apparently republicans had thought with the piecemeal, as the democrats referred to it, piece of legislation that would fund veterans and military activities, they thought the military death benefits were included in their legislation. but then when it was time to actually start paying people, a department of defense attorney team looked at what they had passed. they said, it's just too vague. they called eric holder's department of justice and said, are we obligated to pay these military families? and eric holder's justice department said no. >> brian: here is the quote. the administrative official told our dc bureau not in the way the act was written by congress of the evidently the dod lawyers tried to get the department of justice lawyers to bend on this and they didn't want to hear it. >> elisabeth: despite the fact that that discussion had to happen is infuriating americans across this nation and certainly bill o'reilly went wild on it last night. he wants someone to pay the price for it. listen to this.
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>> have you seen chuck around? where is he? where? what interview has he done? where is he? where is this man? the department of defense secretary, where is he? this guy should be fired immediately! what's no right to be there. he's lost all credibility with the military! get out of here! you see, this is what drives me crazy! they're not leaders. what's the matter with carney! he knows when president obama knew about it! so he stone walling. you covered nixon! you know what the nixon people did. carney is doing exactly what they did! it's not his job to stonewall! hagel, carney, all of them, go! , you don't want to serve the people, go! you can make a lot of money in the private sector! i'm tired of this! >> brian: brit hume did talk toward the end of the segment, just not much. he knows when to listen. >> elisabeth: he's a good listener. >> brian: right. >> steve: o'reilley had a great point. the other thing is, jay carney said, as soon as the president
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found out, he had his lawyers work on it. his lawyers already knew about it. and the president of the united states, as we talked about yesterday, could have fixed it immediately. >> brian: what about the fax that the -- fact that the house passed it immediately and the senate sat on it! >> elisabeth: meanwhile, our men and women are willing to die for this nation, which -- gifts that no one really decides. if 1% of the people are going over there time and time again to fight for the country, willing to die, all they ask is that their families are taken care of if anything happens. it certainly wasn't the case. this was an oversight and there may be a head rolling over this. >> brian: elisabeth, today we know the truckers are going to go in d.c they're fed up with government. we know that the veterans are going to march in dc sunday and they are fed up with government. that's just an example. most of the country is fed up. the gallup people are at it again and say how satisfied are you, america, with the government you elected? 81% dissatisfied.
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and the mystery is how did they find 18% who think this is going well. it's shut down, we're about to slam into the debt ceiling. it's an embarrassment from the outside and an embarrassment to sit here and look out. >> steve: there is a loft dysfunction in washington, d.c remember barak obama got elected because he said, i'm going to change things in washington. i'm going to change the way things are. well, now they're even more polarized and perhaps that is one of the reasons there is a new web site that is so popular, ted, follow me, let's come over here to our mac book pro. >> brian: by the way, there is no ted. >> steve: this is a web site -- gavin is telling me not to scroll because there is inappropriate language. anyway, if you're mad at congress, go ahead and you put in your phone number in that little blank space right there. then what happens is you get a message back, a recorded message, at the end of the
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message it gives you a random law maker who you can yell at. >> brian: they call it a drunk dial call. >> steve: exactly! here is the voice you get when you go to this particular web site, drunkdialcongress.org. >> hi, this is government shutdown making you want to drink? sure makes me want to drink. let me tell you, when i drink, i like to tell people what's on my mind. so in a minute, we're going to forward you to a member of the house of representatives and you can tell them what's on your mind and tell them to get back to work. >> brian: the whole thing is, everyone is furloughed, they're eventually going to get paid, so they're at home doing nothing on taxpayers' dime and they're drunk dialing federal workers. >> elisabeth: the interesting thing is this web site works better than the obamacare web site. there are more people going on. >> brian: absolutely. >> steve: what they do is, then when you -- >> brian: show that screen.
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>> steve: i'm going to. eventually you'll get the phone number of a person who you can yell at, in addition to talk points, it also has drink recipe s. the southern congressman, fancy statesman, bad representative, the sleepy senator. i'm not going to use that particular language. >> brian: do we have a number people with drunk dial us? >> elisabeth: at this hour? >> steve: triple a tell fox. >> brian: you can just call. can we record it? >> steve: why would they yell at us for what's going on -- >> brian: they can yell at us and congress watches us so we could be the conduit. if you're drunk right now, give us a call. [ laughter ] >> elisabeth: we'll be the medium. >> brian: we'll do that. >> steve: have them drunk dial your cell phone. >> brian: great. 917-328- almost did it.
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>> steve: it's time for the news with heather nauert. >> call you. thanks so much. have some headlines to bring you now. we begin at this hour with a fox news alert. a short time ago, the swedish consulate in benghazi, libya was attacked. brand-new video coming out showing severe damage that was done to the building after a car rigged with a bomb was set off right outside of it. no one was hurt. so far no one has claimed responsibility. we'll keep watching this for you. also overnight, a school bus filled with sorority sisters slamming into a tractor-trailer, leaving at least 40 of the students hurt. the driver blew through a red light and clipped that bus. the bus then flipped over. the students are all from the university of delaware. they were headed to a party. we understand that the injuries are not life-threatening at this hour. also while you were sleeping, the nobel peace prize winner was announced and it was a bit of a stunner. it went to an organization for the prohibition of chemical
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weapons, who is overseeing the destruction of syria's chemical weapons. this group beat out malala. she is the young girl who was shot in the head by the taliban for speak out about a girl's right to education in afghanistan. listen to this one, he may have remembered his wedding date, but the groom, he forgot about the bride. a couple heading home to germany from their honeymoon when they stopped at a gas station. the wife had been sleeping in the back seat, but she got out to use the bathroom while her husband was pumping gas. what did he do? he drove off without her. after two hours on the road -- two hours -- he finally realized she wasn't there. police say that she waited patiently for him the entire time. those are your headlines. i don't know that i'd be so patient. >> steve: according to elisabeth -- >> you're excited about the snacks. >> elisabeth: i am. >> brian: i want to qualify one thing, i am saying all federal workers are drunk at home.
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>> steve: no, no. drunk dial congress. call and yell at a random member of congress of the that's the drunk dial. go ahead and vent. >> brian: the people are tweeting me unbelievably frustrated and a lot are nervous because they're not getting paid and they have mortgages that don't care about the government shutdown. >> steve: a dozen minutes after the top of the hour. >> brian: coming up, i'll try to finish this tease. want food stamps? better get a job. do you think that's a good idea? your e-mails are pouring in on this one. so keep them coming in. we'll read them out loud. >> elisabeth: we're knee deep in the war on terror. why do we have a secretary of homeland security? peter johnson, jr. up next and he's outraged. ♪ [ male announcer ] progresso's so passionate about its new
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>> steve: all right. by the way, brian, good job. we're going to tell folks what's happening in just a moment. in the meantime, 16 minutes after the top of the hour. created to respond to the war on terror after september 11, the department of homeland security has dealt with national threats and responded to devastating natural disasters, as we have seen. but for three months now, the federal department responsible for protecting the homeland is functioning without a leader in sight. brian and i were talking about this here to weigh in now, fox news legal analyst, peter johnson, jr. and brian had the observation, okay, napolitano is out of the picture. where is the next person? >> she's been out of the picture for months. she announced in july she was leaving to go to the university of california. she formally left in early september, apparently left even before that and so there has been no discussion emanating
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from the white house, except for a couple stories that said well, we tried to find somebody and we couldn't. but the department of homeland security, 240,000 people strong, created by president bush after 9-11, bringing 22 federal agencies together, you know, immigration, secret service, our border protection, fema when there is national emergencies like sandy, rudderless, leaderless. and the two people that are leading it now are acting. they haven't been permanently confirmed by the senate. so it's incredible and all this tumult about the government shutdown and sequesters and the like, this has been the missing quotient big time in this country. you talk about essential services, why hasn't the white house, why hasn't the president appointed a head of the department of homeland security? the third biggest agency and arguably one of the most important for our future in this
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country. >> steve: you go back a year and this administration, while trying to get relielie detector, was -- elected was talking about we got al-qaeda on the run. you fast forward, one of our news items was the fact that it sounds like there has been some dry runs on future terrorist attacks perhaps. >> part of it. you're absolutely right. part of it is the main stream media says, we're going to ignore this. we're going to focus on cruz and rand paul and the tea party and boehner and the republicans, with something as basic as this, preserving the homeland and our security and all these various agencies, there is no person that's been appointed by the president to run it! >> steve: have they offered it to anybody? >> by reports, it's been offered to one person who turned it down. allegedly the second person whose identity -- some great people have talked about it. ray kelly has been talked about. other people have been talked about in this position. but this is not a position we should be talking about. this is a position we should be
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filling today in america. this is not a matter of false outrage. this is a matter of how we live in this country and whether we feel safe and can we respond in an effective way to the natural and manmade emergencies that we'll face? and we will face these things every day. they're supposed to respond. without a leader, how do they respond effectively? they can't. absolutely can't. >> steve: it's very troubling that there would be a help wanted sign outside the office there of homeland security, but there is. thanks for bringing this to our attention. >> craigslist to the rescue. >> steve: have a good day. coming up, a warning for anybody who uses google today. how one wrong click could really wreck your weekend. and tag, you're banned. one school says kids can't play tag because it's too rough. really? details straight ahead.
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>> brian: glad you're back. headlines now. secretary of state john kerry is in afghanistan this morning on a surprise visit. he arrived this morning and will meet with hamid karzai. from there he'll travel to paris and london. and a huge security flaw exposed this google's popular chrome internet browser. apparently chrome saves your typed information like credit card numbers in a file that hackers have no trouble finding. great. google says it's looking into the problem. yahoo. elisabeth? >> elisabeth: brian. the ailes apprentice program is
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honoring extraordinary people within the latino community. alicia joins us live from denver with the true original, a golfing legend from the pga tour. good morning. >> good morning, elisabeth. yes, 5' 7, 120 pounds, chi chi rodriguez enchanted crowds with his drives and antics on the green. today he's using that same determination to teach kids the game of golf and also to give them an education to live a better life. >> that's it. very good. very good. the most important thing for them to know is that they can win. when you get somebody down, step on his head. don't let him get up.
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beat him like a drum. winning is everything. but you have to learn how to lose, too. when a person beat you fair and square, you look at them in the eye and say congratulations. enjoy it. and inside you say, i'll get you the next time. >> tough and nurturing. it's a difficult combination for most people to pull off. but for him it's easy. it's for the kids he's trying to help. >> the main thing that i teach them is that they got to graduate from college. the most important thing is to get a scholarship. put it this way, that's everybody. >> he grew up with his five siblings with his family in puerto rico. while his father tried to support the family working in the sugar cane fields, chi chi wandered on to the golf course next door. >> i stopped by and i looked at the caddies and i said, that's got to be easier than cutting
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sugar cane. it can cut you like a knife. >> it turned out he was a natural. but he was also the beneficiary of good fortune. the club was owned by larns rockefeller -- lawrence rockefeller. as chi chi grew in his game, he got up the courage to speak to mr. rockefeller about an investment opportunity. >> so i went over there and i was very nervous. he kind of relaxed me. he knew how to do it. so he said, what is it that you want? i told him, i'm going ton tour -- on tour and i need some money. he said, how much you need? i said, i need $15,000 to go on tour. he said, well, you got it. >> but the club manager got upset with chi chi for not speaking to him first. >> he told me, he said, you went over my head. i told him, i didn't go over your head. i went over your entire body. >> in 1960, chi chi stormed on to the pga tour with more stoic stars like ben hogan and arnold palmer. the tour had never seen a player with this much personality.
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>> i didn't want to be anybody else but me and i was different. everybody wanted to be like ben hogan. i like ben hogan, but i want to be chi chi. i didn't want to be anybody else. >> chi chi was a showman. you never knew what's going to do. whether he would put his hat over the hole or do a sword dance. it was all for the people. >> and soon he began to win. >> i'd like to say hello to my mother in new york city. now with this check, i'll build her a home. >> some of his enthuse yam rangeled the established players who wanted him to stop throwing his hat every time he made a birdie. then he was summoned to new york. >> he told me, some of the pros are complaining that you're danieling the hole when you put your hat on it. all they were was envious because the fans liked it. so he says, i'm not telling you to stop it, but i'm asking to you think of something else. >> so chi chi went back to his room and envisioned himself as a
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toriador in a ring fighting a bull. >> i went to the room and i figured that the hole was a bull and i had the sword, which is the putter, and i stabbed the bull and i dried the blood off and put the sword back in the scab backward. but in real life, i don't like to see anything bleed. >> the dance was born. it would become chi chi's signature move and the most famous celebration in golf. >> i'm not sure that some of them liked him very much. i think they felt like he was overstepping his bounds and i for one thought he was very good for the game. >> jack always told me, keep doing what you're doing. he was never envious. he didn't have to be. some guys are better than i am were envious. >> as his career took off, chi chi turned his attention to those who needed him most. he started the chi chi rodriguez youth foundation in clearwater, florida, a middle school that gives disadvantaged schools a second chance at an education
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and better life. >> you can only fool a fool. when the kids are educated, they can got better jobs and they can get better lives. behind every kid is an adult. we give them the vehicle to be good taxpayers. >> chi chi won 38 tournaments, including 22 times on the senior circuit, which is called the champions tour. but all that success means nothing to him if he can't pass those lessons on. >> when i practice in my prime, my ball always kicked over the hole, low and kick left. you don't have any questions? >> how did you know golf was your passion? >> when i was 12 years old, i shot 67. and since that day, i mutation going to be one of the best golfers in the world. everybody used to tell me,
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you're too small. i said, the bull don't know how tall i am. but all of you can be great, you know. it would be great for puerto rico can have somebody that can take my place. >> he really is a true original. one interesting note, elisabeth, chi chi's middle school in clearwater is considered very competitive by florida standards. but it doesn't receive any federal funding. and that's by choice because chi chi, who also served in the army, believes his kids should start every day by saying the pledge of allegiance and if they receive federal funding, they would have to stop that practice. so very interesting man and a principled one as well. >> elisabeth: thank you for that updated information. i knew i loved him, but now i love him even more. thank you for introducing us as well with these incredible packages and just telling the story of so many inspirational americans. if you would like to see more
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spiriva helps me breathe better. does breathing with copd weigh you down? don't wait to ask your doctor about spiriva. >> you guys know i love going out to eat, but there was this new restaurant here in new york that doesn't let customers talk to each other during their meals. yeah. when they heard that, obama and republicans were like, table for 200, please. [ laughter ] >> steve: they are talking. and that's the good part. right now let's bring in chris wallace from fox news sunday, our favorite sun morning show. they are talking, but are they negotiating? >> yeah. of course they're talking and negotiating. but i don't think they're as close to a deal as some people are portraying it. my sources tell me that
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basically when the republicans went up and offered their clean, no strings attached plan to extend the debt ceiling for six weeks, while they talk about spending and taxes and all of that, that the president said, i can't keep the government shut down for six weeks while we work on that and basically rejected their offer and so now they're back trying to work and figure things out and yeah, both sides are talking. but they're not close to a deal. the government is still shut down. the debt clock is still ticking towards next thursday. until and unless they can work something out, we're still in a mess. >> brian: would you like me or elisabeth to ask the next question? >> steve: can i vote? >> is that a trick question, 'cause i think it's -- i think it's a rhetorical question. yes, elisabeth, what would you like to know? >> elisabeth: thanks, chris. the death gratuity, the president signed it last night. is this an indication that it took this long, are people feeling as though there is a complete lack of leadership and is the relationship between the
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military families and the commander in chief broken? >> no. i don't think it's broken. i don't know -- look, we don't know when he knew or didn't know. it could be stupidity. it could be callus politics, but i can't believe -- but that to me would be stupidity because this is obviously an outrage that you wouldn't pay death benefits to those brave americans who paid the ultimate price, that they can't see how they thought this was to their advantage. it could be, and in the case of the government, you can never eliminate the possibility of just shear imcompetence. but in any case, i'm glad they got it fixed and it should never have happened in the first place. the government shouldn't be adding to the pain that these people are going through at this moment. >> brian: right now they do. the gallup does a poll and america said that only 28% approve of the republican party right now. and only ten points better are the democrats. i believe that those numbers don't matter until we get a result. how significant do you think they are one year away from the mid terms? >> well, you're exactly right.
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and i never thought i'd say that, brian. >> brian: i know. can you keep that on tape? >> weird day. [ laughter ] i think you're exactly right. it has a real impact and i think both sides, but especially republicans, are beginning to feel the heat and they made a tactical retreat yesterday when they said that they would pass a debt ceiling extension with no strings attached. that's different than what they've been saying a few days before. so they're clearly feeling the heat. to predict in october of 2013 what's going to happen in november of 2014, there are a million things that could happen between now and then. so you can't predict what it means for the election. it isn't good news. but as you point out, it isn't good news for anybody. the fact is washington has just never been in lower esteem. i saw another poll last night, 60% of americans said they would fire everybody in congress, including their own congressman,
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even if they like them. they would like to clear the place up and starts all over again. this weekend we got this supposedly called the million vet march, it won't be a million people, but i'm sure it will be thousands of veterans who are upset at the use of memorials for political purposes, they believe. you got the truckers who are going to try to bring the beltway around washington to a halt. that's just more signs of the complete contempt and disgust and frustration that a lot of americans feel for this town. >> steve: absolutely. you're going to have plenty to talk about on sunday morning. we'll all be watching. check your local listings for show time. >> and can i just extend my remarks that i do not think brian was right. i think he actual -- >> brian: i wasn't wrong. >> steve: elisabeth wrote the question for him. >> brian, you were less wrong than usual. >> brian: thank you. it's a good weekend. off to a good start then. >> elisabeth: well said. >> bye. >> brian: whenever chris airs, we will be watching, like
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heather nauert with the headline s. >> washington can't figure out how to reduce our staggering debt. governor scott walker of wisconsin is finding a way to give $100 million back to the folks there. his plan? to use the state's budget surplus to lower property taxes. listen. >> $100 million worth of tax relief for working families, senior citizens, farmers and for small business owners. >> the governor says he hopes to have a deal in place by the month of december. we'll keep watching that. you want food stamps? find a job. the state of missouri wants to tighten eligibility benefits. if you're between 18 and 50 years old, you'll only get food stamps if you have a job or if you're looking for work. back in august, missouri had about 915,000 people on food stamps. that's well above the 724,000 it had five years ago. we got e-mails. let's read a couple of those. this one from austin. of course you should have to get a job. you can't expect the government
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to do everything for you. and then sherry writes in, i'm sick of everyone saying that if you want food stamps, get a job. i'd love to have a job. i've been out of work all year. of course, some people are taking advantage of it. but not everyone is trying to game the system. we've all been there, your foot falls asleep. but what if it happens on the job? look at this. a cameraman tries to keep his cool. he tries to regain his footing when his foot falls asleep. he's at the bull's-pacers preseason game, but he had to spring into action to get the shot. but it looks like -- yeah, that right foot needed a few more seconds to wake up. poor guy. i know that happens on an airplane a lot. i was telling you guys, my foot fell asleep, i walked on it, fell over and broke my foot. i'm a klutz, but that was pretty bad. >> brian: luckily you didn't feel it for a at this 'cause your foot was asleep. >> steve: none of our cameramen's feet have fallen
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asleep. >> they just can't move that fast. >> steve: they've fallen asleep. see, they're all awake. i was just testing them. truck drivers trying to bring washington, d.c. traffic to a stand still until politicians listen to demands. will it work? we'll take you there live next. >> brian: then tag, you're banned. ordered not to play tag because somebody might get here. our guest shares his thoughts on tag. >> elisabeth: now what's coming up on "fox & friends" this weekend. >> we're over here in the living room. good morning. >> good morning. >> on "fox & friends" this weekend, brian, this is for you. we have the perfect cure for your worst hangovers. from having a glass of soda, to eating greasy food. we'll separate fact from fiction. hangover edition. brian, tune in. >> do you have loads of laundry? how about finding the perfect spouse by renting one?
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>> brian: truckers descending on the nation's capitol, perhaps clogging the streets in protest. they seem to be fed up with the government, new regulations on their industry. >> elisabeth: doug is live. what are you seeing there? are there truckers all over the place, doug? >> elisabeth, we just left one of the two staging areas for this alleged massive protest, 80 miles southwest of washington. the other major staging area --
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maybe 100 miles north of washington. we had expected to see literally dozens if not hundreds of trucks preparing for this protest. instead we saw maybe two, maybe three. it does not necessarily -- >> we have the right to be able to travel into the capitol mall. we will be adhering to all laws, all traffic laws as we should, and we do not promote anything beyond that. >> brian: so far it's a light turnout. we had some interference there, but you never know. it could surge. >> elisabeth: sure. >> steve: it is early. doug mckelway on the road and it's all a broad band thing and that's why it broke up. apologize for that. if it is getting off, it's a very slow start with the truckers. >> brian: you've seen the impressions. you know him as frank kelly. he does george bush and donald trump. he's got so many voices in his head, we don't know how to keep track. he looks like frank caliendo.
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>> senator john mccain will join us on the white house's treatment of grieving military families and what he thinks is next in this shutdown drama today. dr. ben carson is here on the irs and captain phillips, the movie opens today, he's with us in studio on his harrowing kidnapping by somali pirates and his incredible survival story. what did he think about tom hanks playing him in the movie? back to you, steve, brian and elisabeth. >> brian: and? >> i'm going to do my own intro. he's got hilarious impression. everyone from president bush, there it is, to john madden.
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there you go. donald trump, luxurious, and even dr. phil. what prosecute you thinking? so listen, that's what's in the prompter. what those guys on the stalemate in washington right now? comedian frank caliendo joining "fox & friends." [ applause ] >> brian: you single handedly could end the deadlock. you know all sides. >> wouldn't that be great? it would be great to have morgan freeman doing there. now you're going to talk to each other. this it is. mr. boehner. >> steve: you played the president so many times. >> there it is. look out. there is a missile coming at him. >> brian: there is always something going wrong when morgan freeman is the president. >> yeah. that's one of the things people always ask me. like, what's funny, when you think about it, frank didn't have a question there. he asked himself five different things. robin williams, if you don't have a joke, you just switch voices. what he did is went from one voice to the next voice and didn't answer what the guy was asking. well dom a news program.
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those are talking points. ] sometimes we ask a question to someone who doesn't want to answer, they just say stuff that doesn't relatefy to what you're talking about. i was one of those guys, man! that never happened with me, did it? mr. cheney? what? here is how i would end a stalemateification. they're like, he's never going to get there! i'm the former president, man! what i would do is create a law. no stalemates. [ laughter ] that's good one, man. that would work right there. or you put them all in a room with miley cyrus and saying, i'm saving my political career! >> steve: how often are you in the room when somebody you do the voice of and it's just a little awkward? >> i try to make it fun 'cause i
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recently did an event with charles barkley who is the greatest guy. he's one of the guys who really -- he's one of those guys that everybody asks questions and -- president-elect obama 'cause he'll answer. what do you think of syria? it's really, really bad. and he'll talk about it for five minutes and everyone quotes him like he's the world leader! i was at an e-- we're in the green room before a charity and he's like, so what are we going to do? i said i'm going to do a couple minutes about you and then 20 minutes of other stuff and then a few more minutes about you and that's when you come up and make fun of me and it all works out. that's really, really good. that will be perfect. i get up on stage. i'm on stage for a minute and a half. next thing i know, he's standing next to me. i'm like, what are you doing up here? he's like, i couldn't atake it anymore. then he said, don't you have anything better to do than sit around your house pretending to be me? i looked at him going, don't be
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ridiculous. that's terrible and it's also ridiculous. you just said it, knuckle head. [ laughter ] he's one of those guys that totally gets it. he let's you make fun of him 'cause he can get you back. >> brian: with all the voices in your head and all the people you represent, are you worried about the woosification of our country? no football, no tag! >> i'm pro-no tag. i think -- >> steve: really? >> brian: terrible. >> charles, what do you think? i don't think people should touch each other ever again. like my wife and i have fights about this. my son has a peanut allergy. we fight about that actually, too, 'cause i'm like, i get it. but we can't tell everybody in the rest of the world not to have peanuts. you get on a plane, we got to worry about it, but we can't tell everybody they can't have it. and on the other hand, she's like, we have to save our child! we will! but at the same time, it's like, he'll be fine. we get through it. it's one of those things that i
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think i totally think it's the woosification. i worry about that. >> brian: how would dr. phil handle it? >> sometimes you got to make the right decision and sometimes you got to make the decision right! [ laughter ] if you're playing tag, try not to hit each other. my wife is in the green room. she said, they should have flags. they should just have flags. >> steve: is that the voice your wife uses? >> that's the generic voice. i'll get her here and she'll go frank, don't do my voice like that! more "fox & friends" coming up. (dad) just feather it out. that's right.
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>> at eliam in portland, oregon, i think. >> steve: frank is in the after the show show. have a fantastic weekend. see you back here monday, everybody. >> elisabeth: bye, everybody. martha: we sure do. bill: bill: new questions on what the president knew and when he knew it after finally signing a bill that will guaranty death benefits to military families. the sting and the outrage is still out there. one congressman calling for resignation of this man, defense secretary chuck hagel. a lot to cover on this. on a friday we say good morning. welcome to "america's newsroom." i'm bill hemmer. martha: good morning. i'm martha maccallum. the big suspicion among the president's critics that the white house was playing politics with grieving military families. congressman duncan hunter thinks that is what exactly was happening. he says heads need to role in this case. >> i think

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