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>> greed is good. >> stevepenally.com. he's going to stick around with us in our after show show. >> foxandfriends.com. >> paint a giant rick's head. >> that's what i'm working on. no deal to try to stop iran from building a possible nuclear bomb. after three days of marathon talks with iran on its disputed nuclear program, the negotiated ended early this morning without an agreement, and even though iran denies it wants a bomb, the proposed deal does not order iran from stopping uranium enrichment completely but only suspend it for six months, and no agreement on plutonium in richment. the french foreign minister was
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holding fast, saying he does not want to be part of, quote, a kon game. >> there's a lot of concern on that topic, eric. we'll talk about that and much more. i'm jamie colby. despite the failure to come up with anygreement, both sides say progress made between iran and six other world powers has occurred. according to secretary kerry, time remains of the esngs. >> the window for diplomacy does not stay open indefinitely. and we will continue working to find a peaceful solution because we believe that forceful diplomacy is a powerful enough weapon to diffuse the world's most threatening weapons of mass destruction. >> peter is live in washington with more on that. good morning, peter. >> good morning, jamie. now comes a cooling off period because diplomats didn't make a
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deal this weekend, they're going to go their separate ways for ten days and regroup on november 20th and see where things stand. the western powers negotiating with iran want them to freeze their nuclear program. iran wants economic sanctions lifted. john kerry says there is no rush to make a deal. >> we are not blind, and i don't think we're stupid. i think we have a pretty strong sense of how to measure whether or not we're acting in the interest of our country and of the globe, and particularly of our allies. like israel and gulf states and others in the region. >> and to prove that there are prospects for a deal here, the secretary of state said just look at how president obama dealt with syria. by always maintaining that the u.s. was willing to use force and then making a deal with assad and russia before that was necessary. the iranian foreign minister is now saying he thinks the groundwork for an agreement does
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exist, but not everyone in the u.s. congress is so sure about that. >> you can't trust the iranians. they're lying about their nuclear program. they have been hiding from the international community, very important aspects of the nuclear program. i want a peaceful resolution to the iranian nuclear problem. i don't want a north korea in the mideast, and that's where we're headed if we continue to negotiate the way we were. >> a potential deal could allow the iranians to keep some enriched uranium. that's a huge problem for our ally, israel. their prime minister continued to insist iran give it all up, saying anything less would be the, quote, deal of the century for iran. jamie. >> thank you so much, peter. well, as peter indicated, israel has been anxiously monitoring the negotiations as the officials continue to warn that if the u.s. and the world powers make too many concessions to iran, they may be getting too little in return.
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the continued worry is iran has been using the talks and all these years as cover to pursue the atomic bomb despite tehran's denials. benjamin netten uhue said he was happy no deal was reached, he doesn't trust tehran's word. meanwhile, iran's foreign minister still seems upbeat. >> it was natural that when we start dealing with the details, there will be difference of views, and we expected that. i'm not disappointed at all because the meeting we just had, a very long, over two-hours meeting, running after midnight, was a good meeting. >> and more talks in ten days. for reaction now, joining us from jerusalem, is neftali bennett. israel's minister of economy. what do you think about the break down in talks and what
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potentially could happen in ten days when they get back together? >> the only deal that we need to be seeking as a deal that would totally dismantle the nuclear weapon production machine in ir iran. in 2006, they had 164 centrifuges and the u.n. security counsel said they could not add even one. now they have 18,0500 centrifugs spinning, so they keep continuing. what we need is to dismantle them, otherwise, in one future day, they'll turn it on and they'll take off to have a nuclear weapon. so i want to be clear, we don't want to pause the production. we want to dismantle the entire production machine. >> well, that's not even part of the deal at the moment. it's only to potentially suspend for six months. look, no indication on what they're going to do with the
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plutonium production in iraq, that facility. no indication of what they'll do with the underground facilities as well as the uranium they have already produced. one source says they could have a bomb within a month or so. what do you do when that stuff is not even on the table? >> eric, you're absolutely right. the proposed deal is a very bad deal. i want to be clear. today is the time to stop the potential nuclear 9/11. if one day godbid in the future, a nuclear suitcase blows up in new york, or hits rome, paris, or tel aviv, we'll be able to trace it back to these days where a bad deal is being prepared. the deal needs to be the original deal, which is to d dismantdal their entire machine. right now, it's newt even being discussed. iran is on the floor, like in a boxing match. they're under tremendous economic pressure. if we just don't let up, if we
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keep up the pressure, they'll have to dismantle the entire machine, so the referee is counting six, seven, eight, nine. and now instead of holding up and increasing the sanctions, we're picking then up from the floor and reducing all of the sanction regime. this is a big mistake. we have to continue the pressure and by doing that, we'll avoid the need for any potential physical attack on iran. >> you say physical attack on iran. potentially would be israel attacking iran. what do you say to those who say that is not at all a potential scenario and is the worst possible outcome? in negotiations, the only thing that could talk them out of this disputed nuclear program? >> the worst outcome is for iran to have a nuclear bomb because that bomb will find itself somehow to the west, and it might take a year, might take three years, but ultimately it will happen and western lives will be at risk. that's the worst outcome. israel in the past, in 1981, we
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bombed iraq's nuclear facility. saving the entire world from an iraqi bomb. in 2007, israel allegedly bombed syria's nuclear facilities, taking out syria's nuclear capabilities. israel can protect ourselves and we will protect ourselves. we have never asked anyone else to protect us. we can do it if necessary. the right approach, though, right now, is for the western countries to stand firm and insist that iran dismantle their entire program. that's the only outcome that would benefit us. otherwise, we'll find ourselves in a north korea situation where they have a break-out time of four or five weeks. no one can stop that. now is the time to prevent a nuclear 9/11. >> well, there's a very tough editorial in the investors business daily, i want to read it to you briefly about the potential for this. it's called a deal forcing israel's hand. an impending deal to ease sanctions without real
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conceptico concessions from iran over its nuclear program virtually asuhres that israel will bomb iran. this is a crisis that should have been dismantled years ago. without the hope that these islam ofascist fanatics see it as a great gesture of good will from the great power. do you think they'll be pleased with that or there's only one option that could potentially be a military option? >> we believe the best outcome would be a deal, but a good deal which dismantled iran's capabilities, not leaving them with the break-out option. right now, that's not where we're headed. fortunately, france and other countries stopped the train and managed to prevent this very bad deal. can want to remind you, it was america who said we're better off with no deal than a bad deal. right now, the negotiated deal of the suggested deal is a very,
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very bad deal. >> all right, in ten days to go, minister bennett, will be coming to the united states to potentially press what you just heard on the fox news channel to u.s. officials. thank you so much for joining us. we'll stay in touch. >> eric, thank you very much. >> absolutely. jamie? >> happy birthday u.s. marines. they're secelebrating their 238 birthday today. our marines have served in every major american conflict since 1775, and yesterday, chuck hagel at the ewujeojeema memorial by laying a wreath. today, the u.s. marine corps has around 200,000 active duty members. thank you all marines, past and present, for your service. >> jamie, there's a moving tribute to the heroes of world war ii this veterans' day weekend.
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the surviving members making a final toast to their colleagues who took part in that daring bombing attack on japan. the toast was started years ago by james dolittle himself, that general. three of the four surviving members attended the event held at the national museum of the u.s. air force in dayton, ohio. that bombing mission in april of 1942 was seen as a very important turning point in world war ii. it helped boost morale at home. what a generation of men and women they were. >> you know who has a lot of morale right now? a lot of confidence, too? new jersey governor chris christie. we'll have his advice on how his republican colleagues in washington could help their own chances at the polls. that's next. [ male announcer ] this is brad. his day of coaching begins with knee pain, when... [ man ] hey, brad, want to trade the all-day relief of two aleve for six tylenol?
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christie is coming off a huge re-election win in the blue state of new jersey this week. and today on fox news sunday, he had some advice, campaign advice, to his colleagues in washington. check it out. >> i am absolutely confident in my own ability to lead, and obviously, so are 61% of the people in the state of new jersey who re-elected me on tuesday night. they re-elected me because of a record we're really proud of and because we brought people together. at the end of the day, here's what people in washington, d.c. don't understand. if you want to win a vote by that kind of margin, if you want to attract the majority of the hispanic vote. if you want to nearly triple your african-american vote, you need to show up. >> what does he mean by showing up? joining me now is the anchor of fox news sunday, chris wallace. good morning. can you hear me, chris? >> i can hear you. can you hear me?
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>> tell me what did you learn from chris christie about what showing up means? >> well, what he is saying is that you don't just show up in hispanic communities, african-american communities, communities that don't necessarily vote republican. around the election. you have to be there all the time. now, christie is on the record, he supports comprehensive immigration reform, including a path to citizenship. he also supports a local new jersey version, state version of the dream act that in-state tuition for the children of the illegal immigrant brought to this country when they were just children. he's basically saying if you want to appeal to these people, you have to do it all the time, not just two weeks before the election. >> i would imagine that republicans are not the only ones taking notice of his win. in your interview, i know christie said this. and i'm fascinated that he won 57% of the women, 51% of
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hispanics, and 42% of democrats. how did he do that? >> well, he would say it's because he worked in a bipartisan fashion. and with the democratic majority in the local state legislature, and that they accomplished some things. he's very much trying to set up two big distinctions between himself and washington, not just republicans in washington, washington at large. one, bipartisan action, working together. and two, getting things done, not gridlock. there were plenty of battles inside new jersey, but you know, he did get 61% of the vote. so obviously a lot of people, as you say, democrats as well as republicans, liked what he was doing there. >> what did he say about a possible run in 2016? >> he said, i just won re-election. i'm not focusing on that.
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i not sure he would have done four sunday showses to if he weren't thinking about the possibility of 2016, and he's talk aglot about what he thinks is the right prescription for the republican party going forward. look, there's no question he's seriously considering. he's just not going to say it at this point. >> right, and anything on obama care? i don't want to give away the whole interview, but give me the highlights. >> you're being a little greedy. >> i'm a reporter. >> he's opposed to obama care. he has accepted the expansion of medicaid, because he says it will help people in new jersey and i'm going to do what i can, but you know, like a lot of people, he thinks obama care and its rollout has been a mess and he called for the president to apologize. >> the demographic of that win is so interesting. we look forward to your analysis in the interview. thank you, chris, so much. have a great sunday. >> thank you, jamie. same to you. >> for more on chris wallace's interview with chris christie, tune in to fox news sunday. it airs at 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. eastern right here on the fox news channel. >> a lot to talk about.
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>> a satellite that's a little larger and heavier than a volkswagen van coming right toward us. can cow believe this? they say it will be crashing down in pieces. the european space agency has 20% of the original satellite will hit someplace, so what could this mean for us here on the ground? and where is it going to land? we have the latest from the bureau. what do we do? >> you know you're about as likely to win the power ball, in fact, 250,000 times more likely than being struck by pieces of this satellite. this is a european space agency that raunlaunched the explorer 2009, doesn't seem worried at all. it could weigh 100 to 200 pounds. it will impact the planet's surface at a velocity between
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120 and 200 miles per hour. they say the 1.2 ton object is probably not going to hit a land mass, though. >> when it starts to really break up, you can't control it anymore, so it's just a random fall to earth. it's a bit of a risk, but exceedingly unlikely, and it's most likely that these pieces will hit the ocean just because most of the planet is covered with water. >> and thank goodness the ocean is probably one of the polar regions, expected to land between 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. eastern time. keep watching the skies, though. >> thanks. take care. >> i'm worried a lot of people know about the folks in the philippines. an update on the deadly typhoon. i hope everyone will do what they can to help. we have an update on the rescue efforts there, and that typhoon hassena hasn't given up yet. where it's headed today, next.
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veterans' day, great britain honors its military this weekend. queen elizabeth commemorating the fallen soldiers during britain's remembrance day. the ceremony taking place every year on the nearest sunday to the anniversary of the end of world war i. they lay wreaths and observe two minutes of silence. >> our hearts and minds are also with the folks in the philippines. they're reeling from one of the most powerful storms ever to make landfall. just two days after that super typhoon ripped across their
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country, a picture of utter devastation already emerging. thousands here dead, and the storm is still on the move. rick is live in the fox extreme weather center. rick, has it lost any of its power or force? >> it has. it's going over much cooler water, and there's wint shear breaking it up, but it's stayed over water in the south china sea and is getting close. in the next hour or two, it's going to make landfall in areas of south vietnam and china. we're talking rain, landslides and flooding, some spots, maybe 10-plus inches of rain. that's one problem. i want to tell you also, head back toward the philippines. this the the path haiyan took. this green is moisture. where we're going to see some rain. a bit of a tropical disturbance is going to move in stward the area, not a strong typhoon again, but we're looking at heavy rainfall by the time we get to tuesday and wednesday. maybe, jamie, another 2 to 4 inches of rain. that's going to cause certainly some problems for the people
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going through everything they're going through right now in the philippines. >> at least the next stop, they get a little bit of a warning. thank you so much, rick. keep an eye on that for you. eric. >> what a tragedy. well, the fda is taking aim at transfats. you know about the transfats? they're in a lot of the food we eat. will it improve our health? sunday housecall is next on that and everything else we need to make us healthy. >> bye-bye, twinkie. she's always had a playful side.
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