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>> it absolutely was a wonderful movie. i would highly recommend you see it. you're going to see it this week? >> absolutely i will. >> thanks so much for watching. enjoy your day off if you're celebrating martin luther king day today. thanks for watching. "fox & friends" starts now. >> good morning. it is monday, january 19. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. we begin with a fox news alert. extreme weather to blame for deadly pileups this weekend but this picture the scariest of all. a driver crushed between two semi trucks. he walks away with just two band-aids and he joins us live. >> you made this movie the number one movie at the box office this weekend but michael moore says "american sniper" is about cowards. we'll explain. >> seahawks against the patriots, the stage is set for super bowl 49.
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>> god is too good all the time man! every time. >> the play that brought this quarterback to his knees and to god. he was probably there already. a full recap ahead. finally, mornings are better with friends. >> it's "fox & friends." >> live from new york city. it is cold and it is once again icy today. so as you go out be careful. >> be very careful. >> i do remember more people seeing more video of people sliding around across the country. it was absolutely amazing. >> try to stay in the middle lane if you can. black ice tends to be on the outside. exercise extreme caution today. >> elisabeth said yesterday when she went out and looked outside everything looked shiny and pretty. we knew it was a big storm because they did what in
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your town? >> canceled church. two services canceled because they were keeping everybody safe. we were thankful for that because when we heard about those accidents it was scary. >> it was an unbelievable ending that i never predicted. i could not believe how it ended. i thought when aaron rodgers in the other game said he was quarterback of the packers, i will never forget this game, we were the better team. i will never forget until my career is over. >> we're going to show you some of that video in a bit but right now heather joins us. she's got unbelievable pictures. >> it's related to what you're talking about. all that wild weather going on around the country. we saw scenes like this all weekend long. extreme weather causing massive pileups across the roadways, this is part of the 26 car pileup. this man says he was driving in dense fog when the rig in front of him
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jackknifed and slammed into another truck pitting him from behind in between two semis. amazingly he walked weab with just a few scratches. we'll talk to him in just a few minutes. lucky to be alive this morning. here in the new york area two planes nearly collided at one of the nation's busiest airports. a jetblue flight at full throttle forceed to slam on the brakes at jfk airport. the plane was cleared for takeoff but a caribbean airplane crossed the runway. the jetblue flight had to abort its takeoffs. there are reports the caribbean airways crew was on the wrong frequency. luckily no one was hurt. then area tv star and former army ranger is dead. he was killed while flij a workout -- while filming a workout video on train tracks. he was hit by a train. investigators say he
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thought the train was on a parallel track. flint graduated from west point and served five years in the u.s. army. he's been on the cover of more than 200 magazines. he appeared on the tv show "days of our lives" and the bravo show"workout." american sniper film opening to a $90.2 million debut. the movie has gotten almost universal praise but some on the left taking the opportunity to criticize that film and even kyle. michael moore tweeting this: my uncle killed by a sniper in world war ii. we're taught snipers are cowards, will shoot you in the back. snipers aren't heroes and invaders are worse. those are your headlines. a whole lot of people not listening to him because that movie did really well this weekend. >> close to 100 million going to see it. >> somewhere clint eastwood is smiling, which is rare.
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>> this is an all-time record. >> we have a fox news alert that starts off with at this hour the secret service is hunting for suspects after shots were fired near vice president joe biden's delaware home. >> the big question on this monday morning: was joe biden a target or was this just simply a dangerous coincidence? we're live in wilmington, delaware, at an event where the vice president is going to appear later today. what is the latest? >> well right now we do know that the secret service and local police are actually questioning a man that they arrested just about a half-hour after all of this happened. we are here in wij -- wilmington where biden is going to be making his first public service since the secret service revealed someone was careening
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>> it was fascinating to see almost unprecedented you have to go back to 9/11 to see more terrorist themes on the sunday shows than we saw yesterday. if they were looking to be reassured, they probably shouldn't have watched. if your anxiety is higher, you're justified this morning. because when you have the two heads of the c.i.a. two former heads coming out -- former secretary of defense, nonetheless saying we're going to face a terror attack here paris style right here in the united states, it of course is going to make your heart pound. watch this. >> what has happened in paris, what happened in ottowa, what has happened in belgium is something that we need to understand, that these terrorists are now engaged in a much more
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aggressive effort based on their recruiting, based on what's happening in syria and iraq and yemen. they are engaged in a much more aggressive effort to conduct violence not only in europe but i think it's a matter of time before they direct it at the united states as well. >> i think we're going to see a paris-style attack here. we need to be prepared for that. it's very difficult to deal with. we usually catch terrorists because they're communicating with e.p.a. other. and when you're -- communicating with each other. when you're very difficult to find you. >> unbelievably disturbing information. their recruiting techniques are more evasive and these loners aren't communicating with everyone. >> where are those guys in the administration? are they saying the same thing? this administration won't call it what it is which is radical islam? what is the president of the united states going to talk about tomorrow night? is he going to be talking about terror? no, his big thing is about
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taxes. really it's all about his legacy. meanwhile people are talking about who will be the next president of the united states. there's a report out there that apparently hillary clinton's team is worried about jeb bush running for president. here's bloomberg's mark halpern with the skinny on hillary. >> i've been talking to people who are long time supporters. they are worried about jeb bush. they are worried about her laying low while jeb bush is out there being aggressive. they're worried if she stays without a message, what stage jeb bush could win that obama won last time. >> a lot of people talking about hillary clinton not talking about the events going on from paris on down. i think there is an excellent chance that tucker carlson is right that she's not going to run. he believes -- >> she's running.
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>> on the other side robert gibbs saying she's good to go. >> it's fascinating. she says she is a more formidable candidate because of the success she had as secretary of state. >> what difference does that make? >> i don't think democrats believe the nostalgia for clinton ends with tragic losses in two different presidential campaigns. i think they believe that her resume as secretary of state is something that lifts her up. >> okay. there was a brand-new cbs poll that came out and it showed -- they asked americans who would you like to see running for president. 80% of democrats said they would like to see hillary run. down to the 20's for elizabeth warren. >> joe biden is in there. >> i think he's at 40%. the interesting horse race is on the republican side because the number one person that republicans say they want to see run is mitt romney, the guy who has already run for president twice before. >> 59% for romney to run.
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50% for jeb bush. you look at the governor a strong likelihood is there for a spring announcement. >> there are some who say we don't want to see it, but mitt romney, let's see if he's going to have a different candidate, is he going to be an improved candidate or the same candidate. >> it is a packed pool on the republican side. >> from packed pool to packers. >> this game, both of those games went pretty late. the seahawks game when you asaurus sell wilson -- when you saw russell wilson. >> he was on the wrong side of the score board. >> that connection, the seahawks are now headed to the super bowl, will face the patriots.
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>> you know as well as anybody, elisabeth -- there is russell wilson after the game, he had an incredible final quarter, half a quarter in overtime. there he is on his knees overcome with emotion. here's what he said in the post-game press conference right on the field. >> god is too good all the time man! every time. unbelievable man. [inaudible] we were in this fight over and over again and people used to doubt, man. >> amen. >> pregame post game win or lose, if you watch him, i think it was making of a champion, i watched a 14-minute segment onerous sell wilson and -- on russell wilson and his faith. if you look at the game i've seen him praying before and after. >> he's been on here twice. in my mind he's the derek
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jeter of football. >> he asked people to pray for him as he went through separation with his wife. he's very open about his faith. with that on the line talk about a miracle and answer to prayer. >> the super bowl is set. seattle seahawks versus the patriots. >> we'll be out there it's incredible. 13 minutes after the hour. >> a slap in the face to those who lost their lives on september 11. just take a look at this. it's art work acquired by the 9/11 museum here in new york city. what are they going to do with that? we're going to tell you. >> the white house releasing the details of the president's state of the union speech. his big plan: redistribute the wealth and raise taxes of course. stuart varney walking in to break it all down. fiber one. fiber one streusel.
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the white house releasing details of the president's state of the union speech and at the top of his agenda, $320 billion in tax increases over the next ten years. joining us with reaction from our sister network fox business is stuart varney. good morning. what do you think about this plan? >> same old same old. tax the rich some more. beat up on wall street some more. raise $320 billion over ten years and spread it around. give it to potential voters. that is the plan.
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that's what will be stated by the president tomorrow night. you can sum it up in this way. raise the profits tax. if you make more than $500,000 a year for a couple you make a profit on the sale of anything, raise the profits tax. if you raise estate taxes, when wealthy people die take more -- >> the inheritance loophole. >> he's going to close that one, a big one. he's going to have a new tax on wall street. all this money, bring it in from the rich and chuck it away. >> i don't get it. he knows he's got republicans in charnl of -- charge of both chambers of congress. zero percent chance that is going to pass. why is he doing it? >> politics. he knows it is not going to pass the republican politics but he is taking a stand, laying out his legacy. i'm for redistribution. that is what i'm doing and going to keep on doing it. he's trying to affect the 2016 election. he's trying to pull the democrats to the left towards this
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redistributionist policy. >> where's the second earner tax policy? >> i'm not complicated and i'm not sure of the details. it's hard to say exactly how that's going to work. i want to pick out one thing that is a good idea, in my opinion. >> what is it? >> the president wants to establish individual retirement accounts for those 30 million people who cannot get a 401(k) from their job. we don't know the details but essentially anything that encourages people to save privately for their retirement i think is a good thing. >> there aren't that many jobs there that people have to partnership with a 401(k). >> bob schieffer of all people, on "face the nation" to dan pfeiffer: are you for real? you aren't even playing the game right as if they won five down instead of four. >> it won't work. we've had six years of tax the rich and give it to the middle class and the poor.
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the middle class is shrinking. >> my feeling is it's such a nonstarter. >> he should be talking tomorrow night about things like terror and things like that but instead is going to be talking about something that is not going to happen. stuart we'll be watching you on fox business at 11:00 in the morning. if you want to find him go to foxbusiness/channelfinder. >> coming up straight ahead, michael moore is at it again this time portraying snipers in the hit movie a coward. >> a bold prediction this morning about harry reid. he's about to call it quits? ♪
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welcome back. quick headlines for you now. did you hear about golfer allenbee being kidnapped? his caddie says he woke up with grogginess, no initial recollection of what happened to him and may have been drugged. a little black dog in a life jacket. the guard and marine corps were called in when a sailboat got stuck in a storm off the coast of
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north carolina. they pulled two people and a cute little pooch to safety. thanks goodness. i like a story like that. >> so do i. 24 minutes after the hour. retired u.s. marine corporal jacob schick endured 26 surgeries 23 blood transfusions after somebody hid a trickle stacked i.e.d. causing him to lose a leg. he now has a role in the hit film "american sniper" and it doesn't end there. now this war hero has a new mission. joining us from dallas is the retired u.s. marine corporal. thanks so much for joining us. >> pleasure to be here. >> what was it like seeing yourself in the movie? >> yeah, i play a severely wounded marine so i hope i nailed it because it's been a little over ten years that i've lived that actual life. >> wow. jacob, let's talk a little bit about what you went through and some of the
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unbelievable, the surgeries and tribulations. you talk about ptsd being the hardest thing of all. talk about the story with your ring finger. >> yeah. the doctor one morning after very intensive surgery we were going to have on my left arm asked me if he could amputate my fourth digit as they call it. i told him no. an intern who was working there at the time asked me, after i told her my story and she was the first one i told my whole story to about how i got wounded. out of all the things she could have asked me she went with why didn't you let them amputate your ring finger. i said because one of these days i'm going to find a woman the way i am and i'm going toly wear a ring. >> what happened to that woman? >> we've been married about nine years now. >> incredible. >> i hook line and sinker got her on that one. it was hard for her to walk
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away after that. >> you've got guys on the crew sketching this story down. incredible story your sacrifice and patriotism. what does it say to you that americans flocked to the movie over the weekend. it's not because of clint eastwood. i think it is because the story was sold as a book and now it sets records as a movie. what does it tell you? >> it tells me that america has answered the call we're waking up as a country and a nation to say we love our warriors and we're going to stand behind them and their families because freedom is not free. >> well said. and you did come across chris kyle, you met him in passing. you actually know his younger brother who is a tough guy himself, maybe misportrayed in the movie. >> not maybe. he was. >> that was not the way it was written in the book. i guess hollywood took some liberties there and maybe we'll get him on to talk about that. let's talk about somebody else i'd rather not be mentions but it's news
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worthy. michael moore slams snipers as cowards. he said my uncle was killed by a sniper in world war ii. snipers aren't heroes and invaders are worse. your reaction? >> you know just about two, three years ago i would have reacted and handled this a lot differently. luckily because of my employer, the center for brain health in dallas, i have a different understanding. my thoughts on that actually are the fact that he would say something like that about america's military, snipers in particular, goes to show his abundant lack of intellectual capability that harnesses any value. >> very nice. way to keep it all in check. by the way, in the big picture, being that you lost a lot physically and you paid a price through the last few years emotionally, what does your service mean to you today? >> i'd do it again
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tomorrow. i could never pay back to the marine corps what it's given me and the same goes for this country. i could never give back to this country what it's given to me. at the end of the day i just had a bad day at the office. i will die a very, very proud third generation marine and a very proud american. >> and we're proud you got up early to be on our show and share your story. thanks so much. i love your message this morning and every day. thanks corporal. >> thank you, brother. god bless and semper fi del is. >> coming up on 30 minutes after the hour. this truth or art work was acquired by the 9/11 museum. for real. have you seen this picture? that's a man in between two tractor-trailers. he walks away with scruft scruft -- just two band-aids. that driver here next.
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law enforcement. i wonder if he got in trouble for several times taking both hands off the wheel while driving. >> in the movies they put you on a flatbed tractor-trailer and you prepare tend to drive but he's actually really triefg. >> he's -- he's actually really driving. >> he's in charge. >> this is what i was hoping. i thought maybe his buddies released it without him knowing. sometimes you're caught singing in the car or doing something and you think to yourself, all right -- >> we caught you singing. >> i don't sing. i listen to talk radio too much. >> you're on talk radio too much. listen, it's time to turn to headlines and heather joins us with those. >> good morning to you. hope everybody had a great weekend. let's start off with politics. is harry reid about to call it quits? >> my doctors have told me
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i better take it easy. >> a crystal ball report out of the university of virginia now claims that he just might listen to those doctors following that recent gym accident he had. the report naming reid the most vulnerable democrat who is up for reelection in 2016. they say the 75-year-old senate minority leader may retire to avoid what they call the humiliation of losing a race or reid could step down for personal reasons. when an 11-year-old boy makes a desperate 911 call after his dad falls from a cliff. >> my dad fell off a cliff. >> what's the location? >> don't know. >> i need to know where you are. >> we're in the mountains. >> jake says his cub scout training taught him to call 911 in an emergency. his father fell during their hike in sacramento. jake grabbed his father's cell phone unlocked it and was able to wave down the helicopter when it arrived. >> he told me to take off
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one shoe and wave it around and i did. it got the helicopters. >> what a brave little guy. the two were airlifted to safety. his father was treated for a head injury. he is expected to be okay. politics heating up the beauty competition. miss lebanon slammed by reporters after she was spotted in this photo with miss israel. miss lebanon reported she didn't mean to be in the photo with miss israel and says she has been avoiding her ever since the competition. it is the ultimate slap in the face to the victims of 9/11. the september 11 memorial museum acquired this painting from truthers who claim the government orchestrated the 9/11 attacks. it features george bush with the word traitor over his eyes. the museum says it disagrees with that theory
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but still recognizes the movement as a part of history. that is their justification. i bet we're going to get a whole lot of e-mails about that one. >> the families are upset about a souvenir store. can you imagine if they put this picture up. we're going to ask donald trump about that shortly. >> in the meantime we're going to ask maria molina who is on the streets of new york city about the weather where yesterday it was a sheet of ice and today not so bad. >> we had freezing rain yesterday across the northeast and also areas of heavy rain. there was a flood threat across parts of the i-95 corridor through yesterday evening because of the storms rolling through. now that storm system is exiting parts of new england. we have lingering rain across eastern parts of maine and lingering snow showers across interior parts of the northeast. today will be a much better day. we're below average as far as snow goes. in boston we should be at about 18 inches. so far we've only picked up about 5.5 inches of
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snowfall. a little bit of a snow drought across parts of the northeast. temperature-wise mild and not bad across parts of texas and oklahoma. highs in the 60's and 70's. mild as well across the southeast. let's head back inside. >> let me tell you what happened in the world of football. only two games that you care about. the only two games left. the super bowl was set with the biggest stage in seattle. seahawks stunning the packers. fourth quarter, a two-point conversion. there you go. russell wilson floats to luke wilson. seahawks up by three. later in the game, we need overtime. wilson to jermaine to dropped about everything. they go to the super bowl for the second straight year. in new england the patriots routed the indianapolis colts, they win 45-7. quarterback john brady and bill belichick heading to
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their sixth super bowl. the game is not without controversy. the patriots are an nfl investigation for possibly deflating footballs before last night's game. a less inflated ball is obviously easier to hold on to. if the pats are found guilty they could lose draft picks. >> they also won't get to go to the super bowl if they are found guilty. is there still hope? >> it was a rough night last night and a rough day of travel. black ice and fog are to blame for a massive 26-vehicle crash in oregon this weekend. a dozen people were hurt. one driver is lucky to be alive, to say the least. >> caleb whitby's silverado truck crushed like a soda can between two trucks and he walks away with two band-aids.
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look at that image. he joins us with this amazing story. caleb, good morning to you. >> how are you doing? >> we look at these pictures. there you are smiling in the background. but that's a semi on your left and a semi snoivment on your -- and a semion your right. how did you survive that? >> i can't tell you. i closed my eyes and held on, made sure i said my prayers. what do you do in a situation like that where you have no control. >> i understand you have a two-year-old little boy at home. your wife is pregnant. she is due in june. if you could put words to it what is going through your mind when you see those lights headed your way? >> everybody talks about your life flashing before your eyes. it didn't for me. all i could think about was my wife and my son and hoping it wasn't my time and praying i would be able to get through it. after all the crashing and banging and swirling and after everything finally stopped and i realized i
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was okay, i still had to make sure that nobody else was going to come. through my mind, i'm just hoping i'll be able to get through it. >> look at the picture. how did you end up there? set the scene. >> we're going down this hill in baker and the fog is thick, thicker than i would like it to be. as we're descending this hill this truck jackknifed in front of me and takes up both lanes and off the guardrail to the median. i aim for the trailer. when i hit the trailer it sent me broadside into the road. the next thing i know i look out the back window and i see the semi truck lights barreling down on me. i didn't even look at it. i turned back -- >> are you outside the vehicle there? >> no, no. i'm inside. >> that's all that's left of the silverado. caleb, who took that
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picture? >> i believe his name is sergai. to set the record straight this is after he checked on me and he realized everything was okay, he asked afterwards if he could take a picture because something like that you don't see but once in a lifetime. >> he was one of the drivers of the semi? >> he was one of the truck drivers, yes. >> what did he say to you? did he say i'm sorry? >> i'm not sure which one of the drivers he was. i don't know. what do you say. nobody had any control with the black ice. you can't control a vehicle like that. >> caleb, what's wrong with you? are you okay 100%? >> i'll be honest i've got a bruised eye on my left and that's it. a couple of small cuts on my right hand. the band-aids have since come off. >> how soon is it until you spoke with your wife?
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>> well i didn't call anybody until i got out of the vehicle. then i knew for sure i was safe. it was within five, ten minutes that i was out of the vehicle that i spoke with her. >> we look at these images and it does appear you are the survivor of a miracle because it's hard to believe anybody could make it out alive. caleb whitby joining us from spokane, washington. caleb, thank you very much. >> you're very welcome. >> caleb, after that did you play the lottery, as they always say? >> i pushed my luck so far i'm not going to push it too far. >> you've got a baby on the way in june and we wish you continued blessings. >> thank you very much. i appreciate it. >> coming up on this monday as we honor the legacy of dr. martin luther king jr. we want to know has the president helped america achieve his dream. >> we'll talk to his niece coming up next.
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today the nation reflects on the life and legacy of dr. martin luther king jr., the iconic civil rights leader known for his passionate speech in washington. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up, live out the true meaning of its creed. >> it gives me chills every time to watch that. joining us now is martin luther king jr.'s niece, dr. alveda king: doctor we thank you for joining us today. your uncle would have marked his 86th birthday. as i said it gives most people chills to hear him speaking. you wrote a book "king rules" about really the principles that your uncle would want everyone to live by. i think today is the most appropriate day to remind everyone of those. can you start telling us about maybe three of them. the first one is about making a home a priority. >> absolutely.
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when we make home a priority -- and that means caring about each other in the home. and someone might say well there is nobody there but me. then make it pleasant. make it a place of refuge and a place of safety. if you live at home with others learn to serve that group of people, your family or if you live with friends or someone. by serving each other in our home, we're able to learn how to serve the community. then get a good education. education has moved to the forefront recently again m america because we know so many of our children are illiterate. i'm an african-american, and so i can tell you in our community reading is a problem but that's across the board. technology is good but with young people putting the books away and depending on the technology, we want to do both. and one of my favorite series "star trek" the
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captain reads books in the midst of the star ship. we want our children to read as well. >> it is precious time when you're reading with a child and then they can pass that on. you say building a beloved community. one of the pillars of your uncle's messages to the community. a poll says as far as the obama administration has gone, 59% of respond he wants believe he has mostly failed on improving race relations. where do we go from here? >> i am sad to report that i'm part of that 59%, and i would say even with the president to be a little more in touch with all the people, not divided by race or economic status or anything like that, but just all human beings. we need comfort, safety. and on the terrorist level to really address that for every issue of terrorism for example, and to shy away from calling the
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terroristence dents -- the terrorist incidents what they are does not we want to thank you for joining us today and remembering your uncle, sharing his great wisdom and reminding everyone to serve one another today and every day. thanks for being with "fox & friends. >> thanks for the opportunity. >> always great to talk to you. >> you too. >> love her. this coming up the nypd may be force to scrub its guide to fighting terror from its records because it makes muslims feel bad. get a load of that. is god welcome again in schools? up next a lawmaker really close to making that happen. ♪ can't take that away ♪ ♪ and i'm proud to be an american where at least i know i'm free and i won't forget the men who died who gave that right
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. schools in oklahoma may soon allow religion studies in the classroom if our next guest gets his way. the program created by hobby lobby's steve green at hobby lobby, criticized by those who say it violates the separation between church and state. senator in oklahoma kyle loveless, is introducing the bill to put christ teaching into the curriculum. good morning to you, senator. >> thanks for having me on. >> okay. so the people behind hobby lobby, steve green, was on this
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program actually a number of months ago talking about his bible study course that he would like to see schools all across the country do. there was a school in oklahoma that wanted to adopt it as part of their curriculum, but what happened? >> well, basically what happened was, the mustang school district, which is part of my senate district, offered this class and coincidentally they had 20 spots and 200 students applied for it but basically under threat of lawsuit they decided to take a step back and they're going to reevaluate the curriculum. >> your bill which will be voted on by the state senate there in oklahoma, would do what? >> basically would give school districts flexibility to, if they wanted to offer this classes an elective they wouldn't be threatened to be -- they would have protection from lawsuits. >> well now the group americans united says that these classes would promote or advocate christianity. what do you say to that? >> you know to me it's just --
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to me it's just reactionary. if you go back to the seminole case in 1963 where the supreme court took out prayer in schools, they specifically mentioned that having a biblical study or a class that studies the literary impact of the bible was protected under the first amendment. those folks interested in not having this class really are not listening and paying attention to what the supreme court has said in the past so it's completely covered by the first amendment. >> it's not like it's a bible study class that you would have on a sunday morning at your church. it's the history of the bible that's impacted millions of people for thousands of years? >> that's right. it's more about the importance of the bible the historical impact, so it's really not a sunday school type of class. >> all right. kyle, we thank you very much. keep us posted on what happens with your bill. thank you. >> you bet. thanks again for having me. >> you bet.
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about that? he'll join us. >> michael moore is at it again calling snipers like the one portrayed by bradley cooper in the big movie cowards. one of the deadliest snipers in u.s. history is here to fire back. thanks for joining us. it's 7:00 in new york city. you're watching "fox & friends." >> i'm donald trump, you're watching "fox & friends" and if you turn the channel, you're fired. >> that's power. >> yeah. and he has it. >> donald trump will be with us in two minutes. we begin this morning with brand new developments in the drive-by shooting at joe biden's house in delaware. >> that's right. the big question was the vice president targeted? >> meanwhile, peter doocy joins us live in washington. what's going on? wilmington, delaware, do we know yesterday y et? >> it's really interesting. this is barley mill road behind me. it runs through a nice neighborhood and right past the vice president's house here in
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wilmington. we were driving it last night and at about 8:30 the same time this all went down on saturday evening, it is completely quiet and it is completely dark and that darkness helped an unknown individual race away and escape from authorities after firing multiple times from a moving car in the vicinity of the biden residence which includes a guard shack, staffed by secret service agents, who heard the rounds. this morning, some new info from a neighbor who tells the ap, quote, we heard the shots, four of them but next door, there is always secret service so i wasn't too worried. i feel really safe here but it was strange to hear those kind of shots next to the vice president's house. the bidens were not home. they were out when this all happened. the only arrest so far came when someone tried to get past a police officer who was responding, but that was for resisting. we don't know if any bullet damage to any homes or any leads. we do know the vice president is
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still in town he's going to give a speech in wilmington at a breakfast marking martin luther king jr. day in one hour. back to you in new york. >> all right. peter doocy in delaware not farpresident's house. >> but far from heather because heather's near us. >> all that's happening this morning starting with extreme weather. it's been hazardous. >> that's right. it's been pretty messy here in the northeast but also some extreme weather coming out of the state of oregon. it made for a mess on the roads across the country. the most incredible pileup involving 26 cars and trucks in oregon. look at this. that is where one driver was pinned between two tractor trailers and amazingly he walked away with just two band-aids. earlier we spoke with that driver, caleb witby, and he says in that moment he turned to prayer. >> everybody talks about your life flashing before your eyes and it didn't for me. all i could think about was my wife and my son, just hoping it wasn't my time and prague that i
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would be -- praying that i would be able to get through it. >> that is him between the two trucks. witby says he's sore today but doing just fine. thanks thank goodness for that. >> two planes nearly collide. a jetblue flight forced to sam on its brakes at jfk airport in new york. the plane was cleared for takeoff, but a caribbean airways flight crossed the runway, air traffic controllers had ordered that second plane to stop but it didn't. the jetblue flight had to abort its takeoff. reports the caribbean airways crew was on the wrong frequency. no one was hurt. a reality tv star and former army ranger is dead this morning. he was killed while filming a workout video on the train tracks in california. 37-year-old greg plitt was hit by a train in burbank. investigators say he thought the train was on another track. plitt graduated from west point and served five years in the u.s. army. he's been on the cover of more
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than 200 magazines. see him right here. he appeared on "days of our lives" and "workout" on bravo. the super bowl is set and features two teams very familiar with football's biggest stage. in seattle the seahawks stunning the packers in overtime 28-22. earning a second straight trip to the super bowl. quarterback russell wilson brought to tears after that big win and then in new england, the patriots ruth routhing the colts. quarterback tom brady and head coach bill belichick heading to their sixth super bowl together. brady surpasses john elway for most super bowls ever for a quarterback. that big game happening sunday february the 1st in glendale arizona. what a game that will be. and those are your headlines. big day for football yesterday. >> indeed. >> good day to stay at home and watch it. >> only choice. >> pouring rain. good day to be at home watching tv right now, because mondays at this time we always have donald trump. he joins us from south carolina today. we'll explain why in a moment.
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good morning to you, mr. trump. >> good morning. >> state of the union is upon us and the president will talk about taking from the rich and giving to the middle class through tax breaks to the tune of $320 billion. sound like a good idea? >> well the united states is the highest taxed nation in the world. there's nothing, nobody even close, and no other nation comes close to that the amount of money we pay the amount of taxes we pay, and it stops jobs and a lot of other things and frankly sends a lot of money and jobs to other countries. all you will do is keep forcing that issue. we have enough problems because so much of our industry is taken away by china and so many others and at the lot of that has to do with our tax policy, including the fact that we don't bring money back into this country, we leave it in those foreign countries. >> absolutely. >> certainly it's a bad idea. >> but mr. trump the president knows these proposals are nonstarters, they're not going to happen. why is he going to start state
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of the union and go there? >> i guess he's dividing the country again. whether it's white and black, whether it's poor or whether it's rich or middle income, he's a divisive guy. he was supposed to be the one that brings everyone together and he brings everyone apart. he's a disaster. >> all right. we mentioned that donald trump is calling us from south carolina today. mr. trump, before they announced the south carolina tea party before they announced their keynote speaker, 300 people signed up to be in atens dance later today. your name game out and boom it went to 1500. what is the message you're going to give the tea party members in south carolina today when they hear your keynote address? >> well, i'm going to be talking about making america great again, because that's what it's all about. we have to become great again. if we're going to afford our programs social security is great, and we want to keep our social security and our medicare and medicaid and if we want to keep doing that without cutting
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it like so many people want to cut it and i think cutting it get rid of the fraud and abuse and waste, but don't cut it and if we want to do that and if we want to make it -- just make our country great again, make it respected again and there are so many ways we can do it through good leadership. i'll be talking about that and the crowd is really amazing what's happened. i hear the auditorium is going to be packed. >> it sure is. >> especially when they heard you were coming. 1500 is no joke. ted cruz is at the same venue and this is what he had to say yesterday. >> and if we nominate another candidate in the mold of a bob dole or a john mccain or a mitt romney all of whom are good honorable, decent men, but if we nominate another candidate in that mold, the same people who stay home in '08 and '12 will stay home in 2016 and the
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democrats will win again. there is a better way. >> so where do you sit, mr. trump? because now cbs poll recently just had 59% of voters saying they have romney right there at the top but in terms of heading for the presidency and then 50% supporting bush. you listen to senator cruz there and he's saying you're heading for a defeat if you go for romney. where do you fall? >> i agree with him. i agree with him 100%. romney did not -- i supported mitt romney and he didn't bring out the people. he choked in the end. the last month was a disaster. he should have won that election. he was going against the president, who was absolutely not good and not doing well. he was at probably his lowest point, maybe his lowest point, and he ended up winning the election and it wasn't like obama campaigned well. he was a horror show in the debates. he had no confidence. he was talking about people, he was it telling people, i can't do it anymore, i can't do it anymore, this is our president. everyone talks a about what a great debater he is he was
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afraid to go into the second debate. he just choked choked like a dog, and we cannot allow that to happen again. the romney cares still with you, many other issues including the 47% statement that's going to be brought up again, and he'll lose for the same reason. but most importantly, some people cannot get the ball over the line and he was never able to get the ball over the line. we can't do it again. he's a nice man but we can't do that again. we really need help in this country. this country is going to be a disaster if we keep going along the way we're going. and these people are not going to be beating hillary clinton. i can tell you right now. >> if you were going to jump in what month are you going to jump in? >> i would say over the next three or four months, i would jump in. >> is that kind of late? >> i do want to see what happens. i want to see, maybe somebody takes off like a rocketship and it wouldn't make sense to dop. but i think it does make sense because our country needs true leadership. we need somebody that -- take as
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an example iran. you look at what's going on with iran, with our negotiation. we take off the sanctions. why would we take off sanctions? they were really hurting iran. now they're making a great deal if a deal will be made at all, they will end up with nuclear weapons. that's a game changer. that's a whole game changer. but why would we negotiate from weakness? we have people that don't know what they're doing. >> let's talk about what's happened at the 9/11 museum. they will put up art work or purchased artwork, acquired it, that talks about a truther how 9/11 was an inside job and building 7 was detonated by ourselves and bush and cheney depicted as liars and traitors. what's your reaction to that. >> the whole truther thing is ridiculous. let's face it. this is crazy. i can't believe they're dignifying it with this kind of thing. i have my own issues. i hope brian closes his ears. i have major issues with bush
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for a long time. i disagree with so many of the things he did. but that whole truther issue and that whole truther concept is ridiculous and the fact that they're trying to justify it and put this up, is very sad. >> it will be part of their collection. we don't know it's going to be displayed. also we should point out today's "celebrity apprentice" on another network, brian and i were on last week. >> that's right. >> and joan rivers will make her final appearance on "the apprentice apprentice" tonight, she won a couple years ago. >> she was amazing and we had to make a decision. do we leave it or not and she was so great and i think she will be looking down and she'll be very proud. it's an amazing show tonight. absolutely. >> well, we'll be watching. >> for sure. >> i'm sorry, i believe geraldo is emerging as the star besides the trump panel. >> he is doing well. >> he's doing very well. he's a tough cookie. >> i wish he would wear clothes. that's all i have to say. donald trump who's speaking before the tea party down in
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south carolina today, thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. all right. coming up on this monday the new york city police department about to pull a guide on fighting homegrown terror. the reason why? political correctness. we'll tell you more. >> and talk about a rough commute. >> oh! rprise and you can move the world. ♪ ♪ but to get from the old way to the new you'll need the right it infrastructure. from a partner who knows how to make your enterprise more agile, borderless and secure. hp helps business move on all the possibilities of today. and stay ready for everything that is still to come.
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recently islamic extremists have targeted paris and boston and sydney and ottawa canada and now new york city is considering pulling a report on homegrown terrorists to quiet critics who say it profiles -- promotes the profiling of muslim. isn't this political correctness over public safety? let's talk to fox news contributor and new york city police detective bo dietl former, and the co-founder and executive director of the accountability project. good morning. >> bo, let's start with you, as part of a settlement in this lawsuit against the new york city police department, they're talking about taking this report which it looks like this record, which was published on the new york city we website helped thwart eight plots against new york city. >> it's about the radicalization and we see what's happening around the world and for us to put blinder on and say it's not happening, it's ridiculous.
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look, if we had a right wing group that was planning on attacking our government facilities and their ay're preaching in a baptist church in the south i would be doing the same thing. we have to learn where the threat is coming from and who is talking against this government trying t to cause trouble for this -- for the united states of america. and i think that's the most important thing that we keep it tight and if they're preaching this in mosques and they're talking about this and recruiting from mosques, i want to know about it. okay. if it's not happening, fine but right now we're dealing with something i.e. paris coming to america and i want to stop it before it happens. >> if they're recruiting from mosques as bo says do you want to know about it? here's the thing. they're not recruiting from mosques who. >> how do you know? >> the fbi commissioner bratton, the new york nypd commissioner and all of the courts have basically said that this report was fraught which is where this
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surveillance program they ended after ten years -- >> you're a little young to remember -- you're a little young to remember 1993 when the world trade center was first bombed with the rental truck and that came out of a mosque out of newark and that was the blind cleric that was in the mosque preaching against america and they were recruiting people and -- >> but that's not all mosques. >> that's not all mosques. that was one and they blew up the world trade center. >> what if there was at burger king, go to every burger king and target every customer. 0.1% of the population is extremist. >> what i would like you to do is talk to the family -- -- >> [ inaudible ]. >> i would like you to talk to the families and tell them we have nothing to worry about. >> we're not saying that. >> what's going on here, you are taking one extremist group -- >> you're in fantasy land. >> no. bast stardizing a religion. >> i'm not bastardizing anything. i believe in muslims, i believe
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in jews christians muslims. freedom of religion is great. >> this is not the mafia. we have more sophisticated ways of targeting these individuals. like technology. we have wasted $330 million on a program that didn't -- >> you know what worries me the radicalization on the internet worries me. >> sure. let's target the internet. >> what has happened with the hatchet guy he wasn't part of it. you're right. >> he wasn't at a mosque. >> that's one thing we can't do anything about. we have to do something about -- >> peaceful people -- >> okay. did you know that new york city police department can't keep records if they pull somebody over and they see something that doesn't look right, they can't keep records -- >> you need a warrant. that's the law. you know the law. you were in the nypd. >> we're going to have to end it there. clearly, you know, if they do pull it -- bo -- >> you'll have us back on the show. >> we will. >> let's do it. >> have us back on the show after the attack in new york then you sit over there -- >> that's not going to happen.
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all right. first, $4 million that's how much this giant and rare general motors tour bus from the '50s sold for at an auction in arizona. the anonymous phone bidder will donate the money from the sale benefiting military member es. that's nice. 23 former presidential candidate mitt romney welcomed his 23rd grandchild born to the youngest son craig and his wife mary. start christmas shopping now. $90.2 million. american sniper breaking box office records on its opening
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weekend. it shattered the previous mark for january. that high was $68 million by a movie called "avatar." elisabeth? >> thank you. well, you just heard it you made "american sniper" the number one movie at the box office this weekend, and our next guest knows it all too well, the realities of that movie i'm talking about in real life. that's because he is one of the deadliest snipers in american history. former army ranger and sniper sergeant nick irving joins me now. good morning to you, sir. >> good morning. >> it's great to have you here. i'm looking at your resume here. you've killed 33 men in less than four months. it's good to have you on our side i would say. >> oh, yeah. thank you. >> when you hear the stats, though, about the film "american sniper," i mean this is your walk that's basically your story when you see so many people, close to 100 million went to see it, lining up for sold out versions of this across the nation what does that mean to you?
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what does it say to you when you know america is behind this film? >> i think it's a very humbling experience, something to be a part of that america still stands behind their troops and is no longer, you know, it's not just bumper sticker deep. it's something that america stands behind. >> it seems to be a pivotal turning point there. you were in afghanistan three times, afghanistan a few times, probably too many for you, too many to count, we thank you for your great service. can you give us a glimpse into the mind of someone who does what you do? when i say those 33 kills in less than four months how do you do that and then return here on, you know, safe soil as it was? >> i think it's more or less a switch that needs to be turned on and off. sometimes that switch is harder for others to turn off. ptsd is a big deal right now, but being a sniper it's a very you know, it's a prestiges you job but being able to stay calm collected and -- you do it for your brothers. that's the reason why i did it.
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i wasn't out there looking for a big number to get or i wasn't trying to be the next chris kyle or anything. i just wanted to be there for the 75th ranger regiment. >> if there's going to be another film, say following your story, who would you want to play you? >> that's a good question. i'm not sure. i know who would play my dad and i would have to pick denzel for that one. >> okay. okay. your book is fantastic. i want to let everybody know about that called "the reaper" which is your nickname, goes without saying after we talk about your numbers there. it has a great photo cover there showing your gun and she's got a name, called dirty diana. >> dirty diana, yeah. >> the relationship with the weapon -- tell everybody about that. >> oh, pretty much, i was a big michael jackson fan growing up. my parents listed on to michael jackson. but the name actually came from a deployment to iraq. we were on some operation and we were in a daylight fire fight and i happened to be in a stricker and my team leader at
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the time had an ipod and on his ipod happened to be "dirty diana" and we were listening to "dirty diana" during a fire fight. >> she seems to have served you well over time. >> oh, yeah. >> michael moore took to twitter to really just slam what you do. he said this my uncle killed by sniper in world war ii. we were taught snipers with cowards will shoot you in the back. snipers aren't heros. they're invaders and invaders are worse. what do you say to him? >> i don't think he deserves the breath that i'm about to give but i'll just say, michael moore, he wasn't there in afghanistan and the last time i checked he's never shot anybody through the scope or with a scoped rifle so i don't really -- i don't think he deserves the breath that comes out of me right now for that statement. >> don't you believe that he should have maybe turned that into somewhat of a thank you? here you are protecting everybody here you know, the 1% protecting the 99 you go out on those kills to keeps us save don't you think he owes you a
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thank you, not a shocked? >> i don't really care what he gives me a thank you or not a lot of good guys and my friends died for his right to freedom of speech. i'm not worried about what he has to say. >> you're a good man to take the high road there. sergeant, it's pretty incredible to see how many people are getting behind "american sniper" the film your story is incredible "the reaper," a gentleman you were today of course on "fox & friends and we thank you for your continued service and all that you do. >> well, thank you guys. >> you got it. well the past coming back to haunt jane fonda over this photo here. take a look with her posing with a gun used to shoot down americans during vietnam. veterans say they will forgive but never forget. everyone is talking about this morning, seattle seahawks player dropping to one knee to pray after the game. how russell wilson says faith played a center role in carrying him to a second super bowl in a row.
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wilson. >> to the end zone. >> starts with a catch. >> seattle's going to the super bowl. >> just like that, now a field goal would have given the packers the opportunity to match it but a touchdown ends the game with sudden death and there you go, back to the super bowl, first team to go back to the super bowl after winning it in ten years. >> but not before they thanked the real 12th man, god upstairs, is what they said after the game that has everybody talking and it's russell wilson in his prayer that has you wide awake this morning. watch. >> god is for good all the time man. every time. he's guiding this team, unbelievable man. the fight, the relentless fight over and over again. people used to doubt, man. >> i love the fact that he is not afraid to talk about his faith. and look at that, you've got the seahawks all on bended knee after the game. >> postgame, this happened before games, sometimes during games and always after games. pay close attention.
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you look center field after every game in the nfl there's a group of guys like that. >> both teams. >> both teams. >> win or lose, they get in and say their thanks and then they move on to the next game. it's incredible to see that display of faith. >> wouldn't you say the locker room is a religious place. it's nonstop especially him. he couldn't have been more impressive when he came here. he came here twice last year. he does a lot with his free time. every monday going to a pediatric cancer ward dealing with kids. >> really good guy. so thankful, you can feel his gratitude in that moment and as they move on to the super bowl. i was so sad i was so -- i don't know if i was that thankful the colts lost. >> it was 44-7, patriots go back, it's going to be a great game. >> yeah. >> patriots versus the seattle seahawks, february 1st brian will be there in arizona. >> right. i'm sure tom brady will be pleased with that. heather now. >> he's going to be so thankful you are there. >> going to make his game. >> robert kraft always comes on with us so we're fortunate.
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>> we like robert kraft. >> good morning to you all. hope you're off to a great day. we are possibly getting a break in the case of pro golfer robert allenby who was reportedly kidnapped, robbed, and stuffed in the trunk of a car. police in hawaii may be closing in on a possible suspect. well that is because they just got their hands on some surveillance video. it shows someone using his stolen credit card to buy booze. allenby says he was at a wine bar when he was robbed and shoved in the trunk of a car and later dumped in a park that happening in hawaii. talk about a real waste, the obama administration sending 3,000 u.s. troops to west africa to help stop the spread of ebola, the cost to you the taxpayer was $750 million. well, there's a new report out, it finds that treatment centers that we built and we paid for, are barely being used or not being used at all. the worst of the outbreak had passed by the time the first treatment center was finished. jane fonda speaking out at
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an' vent in maryland saying she is sorry for her infamous visit in vietnam in 1972. the actress telling a full audience, quote, it hurts me and it will to my grave that i made a huge mistake huge. that made people think i was against the soldiers. vets gathering outside the event to protest it. fonda added she is, quote a convenient target. check out this wild video coming out of australia, a windstorm knocks down nearly a dozen trees, like just trees falling down right in front of this guy's vehicle. he stopped just seconds before the first tree hit that pavement. amazingly no one was hurt when the trees came blowing down. officials say wind gusts were nearly 50 miles per hour that day. boy, is that guy lucky. completely terrified. those are your headlines. >> i would imagine there's a lot of rain to soften up the ground so the root balls were -- >> thank goodness he was okay. thanks for that. >> all right.
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we're hoping for no 50-mile-per-hour winds here in new york city today. maria molina on the streets, that's not going to happen? >> no. we have a storm system exiting and brought a lot of heavy rain and a flood threat over the northeast over the weekend. freezing rain and snow for new england but that system is exiting the area. we have concerns for black ice. there are special weather statements at the national weather service did issue out across parts of the mid-atlantic and i-95 corridor this morning. be careful out there especially on the back roads. current windchill temperatures aren't too bad for this time of the year. upper 20s in new york city. the same goes for cleveland. across portions of the plains, the high temperatures are going to be very mild and well above average. we're into the 70s across parts of texas and 60s widespread across the southeast and also across parts of the central plains like over in kansas city, you're looking at a high temperature at 60 degrees. that will be changing, though, over the next few days. we expect more cold air to impacts the plains and those
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temperatures will be dipping down into the 40s. that's it. back inside. >> all right. she's got a good point even though we don't have freezing rain today, i'm sure that when you guys walked out 2:00 3:00 in the morning. >> first step pure ice. >> i almost fell. i'm not going to lie. be careful out there. >> i was lucky. it's about 40 degrees. >> y had your butler carry you. >> i just walked -- i walk with salt now. >> i take the shaker outside. there you go. >> blessing the driveway but you're not. going to get traction. >> stay safe. >> all right. thank you, chris. >> was that holy water. that's going to freeze. go back to the salt. >> that's why the pope does not outside. straight ahead the president uses the cost to justify the closing of gitmo. do the terrorists there really need the $750,000 soccer field? more of the math the white house will not want you to see. >> they have to water that. it's turning brown. >> you want to break into someone's e-mail account?
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need to change your grades or go on-line. hire a hacker. i'm not kidding. a new website hire a hacker and it's not illegal. >> i want to hear about that. but first, trivia question, born on this date in 1947 the famous southern chef got started cooking at a best western motel. who is she? be the first to e-mail us at friends @foxnews.com. we're watching you. we're going to take you inside the battle between parents and big brother. hi everyone. i'm gretchen carlson. don't miss "the real story" today at 2:00.
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in new york have been fired or forced to resign for things like keeping the food stamps for themselves. one worker accused of giving the benefits to people who didn't need them and one employee even sold personal information of the needy for profit. great. and forget high school, the mean girls are in college now. >> so you've actually never been to a real school before? shut up. shut up. >> i didn't say anything. >> whatever happened to her? a colorado college now offering a class based on the 2004 comedy "mean girls." the english course teaches students the motives behind the catty girls in that movie. and that's some of the news brian. all right. one of the reasons the president has been pushing to close gitmo because it costs way too much to keep open. >> it is contrary to our values and it is wildly expensive.
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we're spending millions for each individual there and we have drawn down the population there significantly. >> but is that really true? and is it right? here to weigh in is retired commander and former pentagon spokesman j.d. gordon. it's cost like $750 million but let's brake down those numbers. could some of those expenses be avoided and altered? >>. >> absolutely. thanks for having me on the show to talk about it. i have a column about why gitmo is so expensive. there are 2,000 military men and women guarding them providing medical care and legal services. when i was a pentagon spokesman from 2005 to 2009 we had about the same amount of people but we had 600 detainees and then 500 and then 400. we still have the same number of troops guarding them and providing medical care and legal services. we could downsize that number today. >> for example, if you go by the math and the matrix, if you have 2,000 people watching 600, 700, now we're down to 120 could we
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knock it down to 300 guards. do we need a doctor for every detainee and do they need a lawyer for every detainee. that's a huge bill. >> that's a huge bill. it is unnecessary. i think president obama is basically trying to make a political point. he's not downsizing guantanamo as far as the troops go because he wants to say it's so expensive. brian, if guantanamo closed the taxpayer wouldn't save that money because look, we're talking about 2,000 people in the military. they're not going to get fired. they'll be transferred somewhere else. it's fuzzy math on the part of the administration. they're misleading americans once again on guantanamo. >> you know this and talk about it in your column, $750,000 to get that soccer field because every prisoner needs to play soccer soccer, four halal meals a day, imported dates and honey, sides of olives and cheese at every meal. they eat better than the guards. they have a full library dvds and newspapers.
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we could easily cut some corners here. >> absolutely. but if you listen to president obama, senators in congress that are on the democrat side, you would think we're going bankrupt because of guantanamo. so yeah, we could save a lot of money at guantanamo. it's something the american people ought to dig more into. congress should have hearings on the specific costs. i'm tired of democrats saying it's $3 million per detainee. that's misleading. >> unbelievable. $18 trillion in debt and can't pay for gitmo even if we do those cuts the payment thing is farcecle. when you look at the level of threats out there today and knowing the ones left and the ones just released are the worst of the worst, as dangerous as danger can be. listen to leon panetta and former deputy director of the cia mike morale. >> what happened in paris, what happened in ottawa, what has happened in belgium, is something that we need to understand, that these
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terrorists are now engaged in a much more aggressive effort based on their recruiting based on what's happening in syria and iraq and yemen they are engaged in a much more aggressive effort to conduct violence not only in europe, but i think it's a matter of time before they direct it at the united states as well. >> i think we're going to see a paris-style attack here. we need to be prepared for that. it's very difficult to deal with, right. we usually catch terrorists because they're communicating with each other and when you're self-radicalize self-radicalized, particularly a lone individual, you're probably not communicating with somebody very difficult to find you. >> when you let five go to uruguay and don't imprison them and see their resumes and five to afghanistan and four more go up to oman then you realize the damage they could do how much have the 9/11 attackers cost us if you're worried about money? trillions of dollars, thousands of lives. >> absolutely right. that's cost trillions of dollars, the impact of 9/11
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afghanistan, iraq, trillions of dollars. here's the other thing, the state department just issued a bounty for an exgitmo detainee leading al qaeda in the arabian peninsula. $5 million. his bounty. we had him. >> i love the president's comments that's against our values, but our values are droning people in the middle of the desert, we just don't want to imprison them and give them three moves and let them play scrimmages on the soccer field in beautiful cuba. >> it's amazing. he has problem waterboarding three guys during the last administration, yet he's killed over a couple thousand with drone strikes without a hearing including u.s. citizens. anticipate not against the drone strikes. his positions are really at odds with each other. americans ought to dig into it. >> the polls show they do understand, j.d. gordon thanks so much. >> thanks, brian. coming up straight ahead, want to break into one of your old e-mail accounts or even change your permanent records? you can hire a hacker. but is it legal? curt the cyber guy is not for hire but we'll explain. first on this day in 1975 the
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smart. >> that's right. when is it a good idea to hire a hacker? we will ask the cyber guy. >> have you thought of this before? this is odd. >> curt, first of all, tell us about the site. has this been around for a long time? >> one site getting a lot of publicity and a couple more out there. it's a marketplace. imagine a place where you could in essence post what you want to be hacked and it could be something very legal like, for example, you lost the -- your own credentials to get into an old account. >> this could be perfect for you, brian. >> thank you. >> you're not kidding. >> every time you log on forget password. >> exactly. >> and if you normry have to put in your old e-mail address, change your e-mail address, what do you do next? hire a hacker. that's the concept behind this. you put in what you want and the hackers bid on your work. now there's about 400 postings on this leading website and the question comes down to what are the top -- why would somebody do this besides that common sense
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idea? take a look at some of the top reasons that people are accessing -- >> good reasons. >> good reasons. i mean reasons. >> all right. the number one thing is just like dad an old e-mail account want to crack your password to get in. the thing that keeps it legal that's your account and not somebody else's. the other thing how many facebook -- how many times have you signed up for facebook or social media account and like, wait a second i haven't used that in a while what was that. they can recover that for you. and literally do that in seconds. that tells you about your own personal security on-line. and then, you know, people will crack i.d.s. say somebody is stalking you or bugging you or someone is bugging your kids on-line they can drill down and find out who that might be. >> you can use it to your benefit here. what are some of the terms here. what can't they do? >> bad hackers doing for more money. >> here's what we cannot do with a hacker. because you also, by hiring them, could be breaking the law. >> complicit. >> sure. >> so you cannot go and have
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them hack into someone else's junk. you cannot have them go into a website and violate local laws by taking someone else's content from there. you also can't -- >> like china does every day. >> or pretending to be somebody else. >> you may be celebrated by americans if you hire a hacker to break into north korea to turn off their internet for a while, but here's an interesting post here, access an old e-mail account, this is an old yahoo! e-mail account of mine it's been deactivated for more than two years, and i don't have the password. well that's one very common post that's on there right now. then there's some ones a little bit different. which is maybe that they want to get better grades or they want to hack into their academic report card and alter their transcript at the school. these things are not ethical and they're not legitimate. >> so the site -- >> doesn't mean they're not going to take it. doesn't mean they're not going to take your work. it means you'res just -- you're
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. good morning. it is monday, january 19th. i'm elisabeth hasselbeck. if you don't have to drive this morning, please don't. otherwise you could wind up like this guy, nearly crushed between two tractor trailer trucks. >> oh, my goodness. >> held on to that wheel as tight as i could make sure i said my prayers because what do you do in a situation like that where you have absolutely no control. >> he walked away with just two band-aids. you're going to hear from him coming up. wondering why we haven't heard much from hillary clinton lately? there she is. >> worried about jeb bush, they're worried about her laying low while jeb bush is out there being aggressive. >> really? bret baier is here with the d.c. scoop coming up.
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>> hey, you helped "american sniper" smash box office records this weekend, but michael moore says snipers are cowards. two snipers have words for him and your e-mails are pouring in. we'll share it with the world. morning are better with friends. >> you're watching "fox & friends" the number one morning cable news show in america. >> colonel talking from some battlefield somewhere, david hunt. thanks for joining us on this monday. monday at 8:00 bret baier always joins us. >> always. >> look there he is from our nation's capital. >> good morning to you, breath. >> good morning. >> i knew you were there. when the republicans won both the houses of congress in the last election the president made it very clear i'm going to do my best to find common ground and we're going to get some stuff done and yet you hear these leaks from the white house about what he's going to propose with the state of the union address
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tomorrow night and essentially taking a stick and poking it in the republicans' eyes. i know you're not going to pass this, but i'm going to talk about it anyway when it comes to raising taxes on the rich. >> definitely. it doesn't seem like the proposal that they're talking about putting forward in the state of the union is going -- has much of a chance at all and it is a marker, though whether it's the first card in a negotiation back and forth over tax reform, i don't know there's a big distance, a big gap between the two. but it is also a marker for 2016. the message for democrats saying, this is how we should govern going forward. >> right. does anyone listen to lame duck president usually not unless their approval rating is through the roof. i thought it was significant on "face the nation" bob schieffer was dumbfounded when dan pfeiffer came out trumpeting this proposal. >> i would ask you this mr. pfeiffer, do you in any way,
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shape or form believe that a new republican congress is going to do what a congress that had democrats and republicans in control would not do? i mean is this for real? >> this plan the president is going to talk about on tuesday night goes to what is the core theme of the state of the union middle class economics. >> so for bob sheaf sore say "is this for real" is what are you kidding some why are you wasting people's time? >> you heard dan pfeiffer eventually get to are they going to do this exactly as they want? absolutely not. so i mean there it is. it's laid out there. they know that it's not going anywhere, just like the budget we saw from chris van hollen, democrat from maryland that proposal was, you know, dead on arrival essentially but democrats laying down these markers saying this what is we're fighting for. >> right. you know mine look, everyone is waiting for a certain leadership to step up as we move into 2016. i want to shift gears here bret. word on the street is that
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hillary clinton's camp is getting worried about jeb bush because she's being too quiet, they say according to mark hall perrin, and then you hear the other side saying no she's going to be just fine, look at her track record. watch this and we'll get your reaction. >> i've been talking to people who are clinton insiders long-time supporters they are worried about jeb bush. worried about her laying low while jeb bush is out being aggressive and worried if she stays without a message you can say today what jeb bush is going to run on and what states he could win that barack obama won last time. >> so the message there is, according to mark halperin that hillary's people think we have to get her out there because jeb bush is eating up all the oxygen. >> she's too quiet. >> listen, you hear that and then you hear hey, listen, maybe she should stay back until the campaign is in full swing. she hasn't had the best of rollouts. the book rollout didn't go as planned, and some of these events have raised eyebrows for something she said that they
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didn't really want to. so there are two sides to that coin obviously. i think that it is interesting to watch how low she's laying because, you know, for the "charlie hebdo" attack, for a lot of things, she hasn't piped up at all. >> if you listen to robert gibbs he said on "meet the press" being secretary of state here, that will lift her up, this will propel her into 2016. watch this. >> well, i don't think that democrats believe the nostalgia for clinton ends with tragic losses in two different presidential campaigns. i think they believe that her resume as secretary of state is something that lifts her up. >> well, what do you think? do you think that could help her or hurt her? >> i think she's going to be attacked and try to lump her in with obama foreign policy which, obviously, she was integral with and i think it's interesting to see how democrats are already circling the wagons because
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frankly if she didn't run, who is running on the democratic side? >> you have joe biden, senator webb, you have -- >> elizabeth warren says no right? >> hard to see -- >> governor o'malley from maryland. elizabeth warren when she said definitively no, i think a lot of people's equations changed about this democratic primary. >> bret michael gershan, george will peggy noonan, established republicans saying mitt romney should not run but a new poll shows he's on top amongst republicans about persons that may be their favorite to run with 59%, jeb right behind huckabee pretty strong and the others basically about the same. top tier candidates. what's the real feeling amongst conservatives? >> yeah. it's hard to see this groundswell of support for romney, at least not yet, but he's clearly running. i mean, if you listened to that speech on friday night from san
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diego, the republican winter meeting, he's laying the case about foreign policy, and about the previous run and how he thinks he can do it again and when. the issue is is that there is not this groundswell for romney and that poll and a lot of polls like it, may be about the last run and name recognition but we'll see. >> there was one poll question, we don't have a graphic for it so interesting, i just want to repeat it, they asked republicans, do you want a candidate who agrees with you or do you want a candidate who can win? 60% say i want a candidate who agrees with me 35% said, i want somebody who will win. >> yeah. that is going to play out every step of the way through the republican primary and caucus season, and i think you're going to have this battle. if you have mitt romney and jeb bush both running, you know, they're going to go after each other because it's the same pool of voters. >> sure. >> and does that open it up for
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the possibility of someone shooting the gap? a lot of governors are hoping so. >> yeah. yeah. there's a lot of people who are going to be strong. >> it will be full. >> try to squeeze us in to tonight's "special report 2016". >> i'll work on it. >> we'll be looking to seeing you. >> have a good day. >> 8:08 in new york city. we turn now for headlines and you start with the weather. >> yes good morning. a very slippery roads out there for a lot of folks in the northeast. the nation is on ice this morning. at least five people killed in hundreds of crashes that took place across the northeast in philadelphia. you can see the car smashed underneath a semi truck crushed like a soda can, closed the roads for hours. in oregon this incredible 26-car pileup leaving a man pinned between two tractor trailers. you can barely see him. that man right there between the tractors. amazingly he walked away with just two band-aids.
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we spoke with him earlier. his name is caleb whitby and he said in that moment he turned to prayer. >> everybody talks about what your life flashing before your eyes and it didn't for me. all i could think about was my wife and my son and just hoping it wasn't my time and praying i would be able to get through it. >> he says he is sore today but otherwise doing just fine, thank goodness for that. at this hour secret service is looking for suspects after shots were fired near vice prident joe biden's home in delaware. the big question is, was he targeted? the vice president and his wife were not home at the time when someone fired shots at the house from a speeding car. no bullet hit that house. we'll keep following that story throughout the day. and today we reflect on the life and legacy of the iconic civil rights leader dr. martin luther king, jr. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up live
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out the true meaning of its creeds. >> celebrations, marches and parades are being held in cities across the country. a wreath laying ceremony in our nation's capital just getting under way. these are live pictures from that event. earlier on "fox & friends" we spoke with dr. king's niece about carrying out her uncle's message. listen to this. >> by serving each other in our home we're able to learn how to serve the community and then get a good education. education has moved to the forefront recently again in america because we know so many of our children are illiterate. >> you can find out how to serve today, serving your community logon to nationalservice.gov. the super bowl all set it seems features two teams very familiar with football's biggest stage. in seattle the seahawks stunning the packers in overtime 28-22 earning a second straight trip to the super bowl. the moment everybody is talking
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about when quarterback russell wilson and his teammates kneeling down in prayer at the end of the game. >> god is for good all the time, man. every time. these guys on the team are unbelievable, man. the fight, the fight the relentless fight over and over again. people used to doubt man. >> well then in new england, the patriots routing the indianapolis colts 45-7. quarterback tom brady and head coach bill belichick heading to their sixth super bowl together. brady surs passes john elway for the most super bowls ever for a quarterback to the game on sunday, february 1st in glendale, arizona. those are your headlines. >> all right. >> thanks. remember clint eastwood famous for the empty chair. >> yes. >> remember at the convention. no empty chairs for the most part as americans jammed the movie plexes trying to see the new movie "american sniper" staring bradley cooper, which talks about the life and times of chris kyle, the most prolific
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sniper in american history. well, you know what, michael moore has now slammed chris kyle by calling him on twitter a cow ward essentially. he wrote, my uncle killed by a sniper in world war ii. we were taught snipers are cowards will shoot you in the book snipers aren't heros. and invaders are worse. >> he's desperate to be relevant again and don't let him be. it's note worthy because he's had a few hit movies. for him to come out and speak out against a true u.s. marine hero u.s. core pal james schick joined us, he was a sniper himself, lost a leg and so much more fighting for his country, and he weighed in along with army battalion sniper nick irving, both on "fox & friends" today. >> the fact that he would say something like that about america's military snipers in particular goes to show his abundant lack of intellectual capability that harnesses any
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value. >> a lot of good guys and a lot of my friends died for his right to, i guess, freedom of speech. i'm not really worried about what he has to say. >> all right. but we did have you comment on it. here's what you said. >> said this go see "american sniper." just the thought of making liberal hollywood mad is worth it. but the benefit of this movie is worth even more. money well spent. >> took in $90 million at the box office. lonny e-mailed us, let's see, if i had to go back to war again would i want to go with a michael moore type or someone like chris kyle? bill cou juan or david hunt? >> answers itself. >> how brave is michael moore putting those words on twitter? super courageous. >> meanwhile, 13 after the top of the hour. extreme weather putting millions of americans in danger on the roads over the weekend. will your insurance cover an accident like this massive pileup? before you get in the car today, stick around. peter johnson jr. will answer all of your questions. >> that's right. and a bold prediction this
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the cause of the accident whiteout conditions and slippery roadways. and this video taken yesterday in new york city area shows an out-of-control car skidding down the streets on black ice. these accidents are just the latest in a winter plagued with wild weather and freezing conditions that make for dangerous driving. if you find yourself getting into a car accident caused by the wintry weather what do you need to know about your legal rights? joining us fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. here. great to see you. >> tough day yesterday and last week too. >> of course. these are relevant questions many may have at home. start with one, am i liable for snow and ice on my car? >> yeah. you absolutely liable are for snow and ice and certain states there are missile laws states like new jersey, washington connecticut, new hampshire, they say, if you don't clean off the ice or the snow it strikes another car, it causes an accident, you can be cited, you could lose your license up to a year in some states fines and
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penalties and be responsible if a lawsuit is brought as a result of your failure to remove the snow and ice and it causes another car to lose control or driver to be hurt in some way, absolutely you can be liable as a result of that. that's one of the things we were talking about that bothers us. snow and ice off cars in front of you it's dangerous, it's wrong. just spend a few minutes and try to get that stuff off. >> if you're in the highway. so what about accidents on black ice, are these covered by auto insurance? >> this is a tricky question. is it covered bit your liability policy? in some cases. some cases it's covered by comprehensive and collision. some people don't get that. they say it's too expensive don't know what deductible should be. if you have a one car accident and you spin out on the ice or a whiteout or some kind of condition on the road and you damage your own vehicle, your
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liability policy is not going to cover it. so you're going to have to call upon, depending your policy, your comprehensive or collision coverage. an accident on the road involving black ice and strike another car and they're damaged personally in some way, liability will probably cover it. make sure you have the right coverages to protect you. >> let's move from one car to two to maybe many when dealing with a chain reaction accident. who's responsible? is anyone? >> you know, i've dealt with a lot of chain reaction accidents some minor and some involve deaths. they're complicated. important to have all those coverages in place. there's a presumption under the law if you strike the car in front of you then you're responsible, that you're liable that the person rear ended is not responsible. you have to figure out what happened and who's responsible and then figure out all the pieces. >> it varies state by state. >> state by law. have the right insurance in
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place. >> always great to see you. >> drive safely be. >> safe, everybody. this is coming up, a slap in the face to those who lost their lives on september 11th and their families. artwork just acquired by the national 9/11 museum, really.
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all right. quick headlines reality tv star and former army ranger is dead killed while filming a workout video on train tracks near los angeles. police say 37-year-old greg plitt thought the train was on a parallel track. he graduated from west point and served five years in the army. a break in the case of a pro golfer robert allenby who says he was kidnapped robbed and suffered in the trunk of a car. police in hawaii may be closing in on a suspect. they got their hands on surveillance video showing someone using his stolen credit card to buy booze.
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never a dull moment with "duck dynasty" robertson clan. now ceo willie robertson is focused on his next venture nailing a signature sandwich for his new restaurant. take a look at this. >> the sandwich of -- >> have the guys do the taste test. >> i need a sophisticated taste. >> i'm not sure if sophisticated palates like bologna. >> it's good. >> what? >> you like it? >> you should try it. it's delicious. >> we're joined right now by two of the show stars, willie and corery robertson. good morning to both you have. >> good morning. >> i remember growing up, i used to love bologna sandwiches with miracle whip or put junky peanut butter on it. >> did you say junky peanut butter. >> on bologna? >> you have to try it. >> we'll do a taste test. i'm the same way. i grew up eating bologna
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sandwiches and didn't do peanut butter but mostly just cheese and fried up good and i introduced bologna to my wife. >> i was a skeptic, but that sandwich is good. >> when i think willie, i think of a lot of bologna. it would be appropriate. >> with the new restaurant is it called duck dynasty diner? >> willie's duck diner. >> of course he named it after himself. willie's duck diner. >> just serve duck? >> no. yeah, there is some duck there, but it's kind of americana food. >> southern. >> it's got frog legs and lot of people come from all over america to come down to have a little taste of louisiana. >> i understand you are now a musical going to los angeles. >> we are. >> explain how that works out. >> we're actually not singing in the musical, but there is a musical about our -- based on korie and i's book about our lives. no matter what, without the show or anything, it's great story. it's about redemption, it's about all these decisions that we had to make in our life and overcoming and ending up, you
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know, being on tv and all that and so it's a great story. it's pretty powerful. >> so you guys aren't doing the singing or dancing there. did you get to help pick the people who play you? >> yes. we've been casting. actually recently. we're so excited. we've got some really, really neat people and the guy who plays si is like he nails him. perfect. so it's going to be a lot of fun. >> it's weird seeing your life being played out on a stage like that. it's just really surreal and having a musical this close to your life, too, i don't know if it's ever been done with where we're at right now? >> when we first heard the first four songs played for us willie and i cried. we cried like babies. >> i had something in my eye. >> the show is you do shooting and then some singing? >> it's -- no. it goes back -- kind of goes back in time and kind of gets you, you know -- it goes back and we relived dating, when we got married, when i asked her to
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marry me and through this time -- >> the story of the american dream. they came from -- >> that's great. >> from phil and inventing this duck call and phil's struggles, you know, and how we ended up getting to the point of having a show, even the musical itself is part of the musical. >> if you're headed to vegas the duck commander family musical is set to debut in february. congratulations. >> thank you. >> korie, willie thanks. all right. meanwhile, coming up, simple selfie is sparking an international crisis. all because of who is in that picture. we're going to explain next. and are you feeling the blues on this monday morning? there's a reason why. today has been labeled the gloomiest day of the year, why and what you can do what you can eat to get out of that funk. ♪ so good so good ♪ ♪ i got you ♪
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. got a fox news alert. moments from now vice president joe biden is expected to break his silence for the first time since there was a drive-by shooting at that house that he owns in delaware. >> the big question right now is, was he, indeed, targeted? >> all right. peter doocy joins us live again in wilmington, delaware. what's the latest? >> the latest is, brian, we are now just a few minutes away from seeing the vice president for the first time since that scary incident on saturday night. we are at a breakfast marking dr. martin luther king jr. day in wilmington delaware, at the chase center in the christian -- where is this? the christina river in the christina ballroom but we know before we hear from the vice president, that he is safe, his wife is safe they were not home when shots rang out in the dark. one neighbor who spoke to the ap says he heard four shots others
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have told local outlets they heard six or seven shots. all the secret service will say is they heard multiple rounds and agents saw a car racing away from the scene. investigators haven't been able to say for sure if shots were aimed at biden's residence which sits several hundred yards from the street and so far, based on our recent info they have not found any damage to buildings on the biden compound from bullets. one arrest was made, but that was for resisting arrest after somebody tried to breach a perimeter. that person has not been charged in this shooting. we have checked in with the local authorities. they don't have anything to give us, but the secret service says they are working very closely with the new castle county, delaware, pd to figure out who is responsible. back to you. >> all right. peter doocy live in delaware where the vice president is going to speak shortly. the big question is, will the vice president address that? find out later on on fox. >> we will bring that to you if
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that happens. we will turn to heather. >> good morning. let's start with political news right now. is harry reid about to call it quits? >> the doctors have told me i better take it easy. >> well, a report comes out from larry sabdo's crystal ball. he has every election correctly and says harry reid may listen to the doctors following his recent gym accident and may retire. it names reid as the most vulnerable democrat up for re-election in 2016. they say that the 75-year-old senate minority leader may retire in order to avoid the humiliation of losing a race or reid could step down for personal reasons. we'll keep you posted. politics heating up. miss lebanon second from the left is being slammed by her supporters after spotted in this instagram photo alongside miss israel. miss lebanon saying she didn't mean to be in the photo with miss israel and claims she's been avoiding miss israel ever since that competition began.
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this is considered the ultimate slap in the face to victims of 9/11. the national september 11th memorial museum has now acquired this truther art, all about how it says the u.s. government orchestrated the 9/11 attacks. it features an image of president george w. bush with the word "traitor" over his eyes. the museum says it categorically disagrees with the theory and has no plans to display the art, but does recognize the movement as a part of american history. we are getting a lot of e-mails and comments on this one. >> we are. thank you very much. one viewer on twitter saying, quote, this is an attempt to alter future generations' perception of history. >> writes this the painting should never come through the front door of the museum. >> and mel e-mails us this, most of us know that truthers and their theories are nothing more than amusing. >> there you go. >> straightforward there.
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>> it's hard if you have a museum why have a detractor highlighted in the museum. if you're going to take this piece of artwork, i'm not museum savvy, i saw "night at the museum" but that doesn't apply, if you take a piece of artwork and not show it why did you take it? >> they're acquiring it to have it as part of the permanent collection, so that it adds to the whole tapestry -- >> like a gift you don't want? >> it's not what led up to 9/11 but it's something that happened in the aftermath. so they're going to have it down there somewhere not on display. maria molina is on display, she's got the fox weather. >> good to see you all. hello, everyone at home. we have a storm system that impacted yesterday in the northeast bringing in freezing rain, flooding concerns along the i-95 corridor and pretty heavy snowfall in the higher elevations of new england, but that storm system is now moving on out, but this morning, another concern is black ice. there are some special weather statements at the national
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weather service that issue out across parts of the mid-atlantic and the i-95 corridor. be careful on back roads. the current windchill temperatures are not too bad across the country for this time of the year. you're on the cold side in minneapolis as usual and in the teens, but check out denver, current windchill temperatures out there in the 40s and the high temperatures in the plains today are going to be relatively mild, 70s and 60s expected across that area and also into the southeast. let's head back inside. >> well, today is known as the most depressing day of the year. how sad is that? what can you do to banish the blues? how about chowing down to cheer you up. that sounds good to me. joining us is lifestyle and entertainment expert, here to show us food and drink choices that will hopefully boost your mood today and the reasons behind it. thank you for being with us today. >> sure. >> seeing a lot of comfort food here. start with cheese rav rolly. >> these are mrs. t's pa rowgys.
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i took a poll on my facebook page and asked what everyone's comfort food was. the common denominator was cheese. and so we have cheese pir rowgys, we made them buffalo style and here we made them into nachos used their loaded baked potato one. the brain associates good experiences with specific flavors. cheese helps keep you calm and makes you happy so it's just considering when i asked everyone and they said something had cheese in it -- >> cheese was the common denominator. >> that food looks tasty which makes sense but part of the reason this is one of the saddest days people have given up on their resolutions, feel like they haven't established hope for the next year. the comfort food helps. tomato soup and grilled cheese but the tomatoes help with anty oxidants. >> what i've done with this, i think what happens is a lot of times you get stressed out just by making dinner cooking dinner, things like that. that's part of what least anxiety you don't have time in the day. i made it with this.
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you press the button sandwich button does it for you. >> also the carbs here carbs obviously increase -- >> carbs are great. >> serotonin the salty flavor you know, the cheese use whatever cheese you want. the saltier the cheese the better for your levels. >> i'm feeling down i go to chocolate. there's science behind that. justify my reachings. >> study shows chocolate helps produce less stress and decrease anxiety and also nothing like comfort, nothing says comfort like hot chocolate. 70% say hot chocolate reminds them of their childhood and we made smores hot chocolate to remind you of summertime and childhood and used the chocolate marshmallow milk add marshmallows, graham crackers. >> the antioxidants fight the stress hormones in your body. >> you know, what is interesting is, it's not -- it might not necessarily be the food that helps but also reminds you of a time when you were happy maybe
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you -- a birthday party when you were a little kid, psychologists are -- they say it's not -- sometimes it's the food association. >> of course. like looking at old pictures if they happen to be good ones. these are salted caramel brownies. discuss that. that has a boosting quality to it. >> so salty foods -- which is a chemical, if i were to hug you, that same feeling would be released when you're having salty foods. >> i should use a little salt on the road and in my mouth. >> exactly. >> nice blueberry drink for the bluest day of the year. >> blueberry drink for the bluest day. what we've done, taken blueberries and antioxidants, club soda, made it with our soda stream. make it alcoholic, this will cheer you up in ways -- you can do either one. >> that's liquor. >> hey whatever works. right? >> good job. >> thank you. >> blueberries are in there, little salt, chocolate. do you need cheering up? you might want to take this one.
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>> this one is better. >> i was going to drink out of -- >> go straight chocolate right there. >> do you feel more cheery. >> cheers. >> are you happy? >> not so gloomy even though i'm in the dark. >> the entire crew is feeling better with that you blueberry -- >> i love this segment where i just sip things and you talk. >> see why not. and he's cheerful now. he's been a grump all day. >> psychologists say comfort food is a social surrogate so it's interesting not replacing a real companion but reminds you. >> we thank you. thank you for bringing us all this information. the science behind what will make you smile on the saddest day of the year. the blue day. >> thank you. >> now this coming up take a close look at this video. the coast guard making a very unusual rescue. we're going to tell you what that creature is there right inside that basket. you're not going to want to miss it. the feel for the gop race is wide open, but larry says jeb bush's early moves could dissuade other candidates from jumping in.
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now it's time for quick headlines. rescue me edition. an 11-year-old boy being called a hero after dialing 911 after his father fell off a cliff while the two were out hiking. >> my dad fell off a cliff spoo what's the location? >> don't know. >> i need to know where you are. >> we're in the mountains. >> that's all he said. jake pritchard said his cub scout training taught him to dial 911 in an emergency. his father was treated for a head injury and is expected to be okay. good job young man. take a close look, what's that riding up in the coast guard basket some a little black
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dog in a life jacket. the guard called in when a sail boat got stuck in a storm off the coast of north carolina. they pulled two people and that cute pooch to safety on the chopper. and that's some of the news. >> thanks, steve. president obama set to unveil his new tax plan at tomorrow's state of the union address, but we're already getting a sneak peek. can you say, tax the rich? kevin joins us live from the white house with exactly what to expect tomorrow. kevin, great to talk to you here. what can you set the table with tomorrow? >> you hit the nail on the head. typically the state of the union address is a blueprint for what the white house agenda will be for the coming year, but with the gop firmly if control of both houses of congress, very few, if any of the ideas you hear the president talk about tomorrow will end up making its way to his desk. the big one, of course, is that massive tax cut for the middle class. $320 billion to pay for it. the question in washington, of course, is, how are you going to pay for all that? take a look at this graphic that
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sort of lays out what their plan is as they try to come up with the money. first of all talking about raising the capital gains rate to 28%, matches the rate under president reagan. want to close the trust fund loophole. once you get the payout now you have to pay taxes on it. they would like it to charge banks with $50 billion in assets extra fees. of course in washington speak, any time you hear the words extra fee that's code for tax. now clearly critics are saying this is absolutely not the right plan. they're calling it right now class warfare. proponents say another effort to fix income inequality. listen very carefully, elisabeth, to how dan pfeiffer of the white house described the speech. >> he's going to talk about how middle class economics brought us back from the brink and put us to a place where the economy is growing, jobs are growing and the deficit is shrinking and lay out his plan to deal with waste stagnation and declining ability to help the middle class.
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>> to help some people to do better someone has to do worse is not true. raising taxes on people that are successful is not going to make people that struggling more successful. >> and there you have it. that is the ultimate blueprint, not just for 2015, but perhaps for 2016 and the race for the white house, as both the gop and democrats try to lay out their vision to move the country forward. brian? >> all right. kevin, this is the first time op "fox & friends" brand new to the channel. welcome. welcome to the family. tell us a little bit about yourself. >> great to be with you. >> where are you from. >> colorado kid, grew up in the denver area. for me it's a return to washington. i covered the white house previously, so i am completely thrilled to be back. i have a great many friends here at the channel, including dana and others, so i am thrilled to be with you. >> great company there. great to have you at the fox family. i'm kind of a newbie myself and enjoying every day. >> indeed. i have been it too. great to see you guys. see you soon. >> bye kevin.
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>> 12 minutes before the top of the hour. coming up, a new poll puts mitt romney on top of the gop candidates. our next guest says no way. dr. larry sabdo is here he has a crystal ball and he'll rub it. >> we'll take your word on that. meanwhile, marka martha mccallen joins us and will preview what happens on this channel. >> as you've been saying the president is getting ready to present a tax plan that may feel like we've seen this movie before. if it didn't fly with the democrat congress how will it go over now. a stunning new book on the true cost of obama care. steven bril, brings that to us today. and a chilling tape shows how far a terrorist is willing to go before the fbi sweeps in. you have to see this. bill and i will see you, look forward to it, here at the top of the hour.
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doctors have told me i better take it easy. >> is harry reid about to take his doctor's advice and call it quits? our next guest says he knows the answer and his political predictions are almost always right. joining us professor at uva center for politics dr. larry sabdo. we go and see the crystal ball and see harry reid front and center. what do you predict? >> look, he's the most endangered democrat on the ballot for senate in 2016. if the republicans can get the current republican governor brian sandoval governor of nevada re-elected in a lanz slide, if they can get him to run, i think it's possible either reid will decide not to run again or be defeated. of all the senators who have been elected to five terms or more since we started popular
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elections, harry reid has squeaked through more times than any of the others. so, you know, at some point your luck can run out. >> yeah. i guess you see that possibly being inevitable especially at his age, also in his minority status after that injury. look at something as extremely intriguing for a guy like you. you have to be intrigued by what's happening on the republican side. you've broken up some of the candidates into different tiers and only one candidate in the top tier your first tier, who is it? >> it's jeb bush. there's no way you cannot put him in there with the network the bush people have of establishment support and big donors bush got the lead on the entire field by moving so quickly and surprising everybody and doing it so he's absolutely in the top tier. he's the only one in the top tier although there's some very strong candidates just below him, the other big boys i call them in the second tier. >> real quick, we have a lot of
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people to get to, is it bad to be out front so early? >> well, it can be. of course i always tell people, it's always better to be ahead than behind. people come up with all these rationales for why being behind is better but you would rather be out front. it means everybody is going to be shooting at you. >> like what happened to mccain and what happened to giuliani. look at the second tier romney heads that list. despite the fact that he wins most republican popularity polls, also joining on that list, listening on radio rand paul, scott walker, chris christie, you have them there. why do you have rand paul up that high? because he's such a different candidate. >> because he has very little real competition for the libertarian wing of the republican party and in these early caucuses and primaries that really matters. because the vote is going to be sliced up in so many directions. there's at least 12 candidates that will be in there, maybe more than 12 candidates. so you can win with 20 to 25% of
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the vote potentially less. >> third tier familiar names, it ted cruz. mike huckabee. ben carson. ben carson the upstart ted cruz the true conservative and mike huckabee the swaltalwart, possibly the greatest visibility of all of them. >> huckabee has been around the track before and he has real strength with social conservatives and they really matter especially in iowa and south carolina, two of the earliest contests. nobody wants to exclude any of them and certainly not huckabee. but the problem is going for them broadening out their appeal as the primary process moves along. >> dr. larry sabdo go visit his crystal ball go see him on campus and pull him over and what's going to happen next. thanks so much. >> thanks, brian. >> all right. coming up next, why you should never leave too early.
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these seahawk fans leaving early the hard way. never leave early. seattle came back and won. see you tomorrow. >> see you tomorrow. hope you had a great weekend. we'll talk about the football situation. i'm martha mack call lum. during his state of the union address which happens tomorrow night, it's already that time president obama is set to announce tax increases of that number that you see on your screen. . $320 billion. republicans think this will be unio dead on arrival. >> it's a nonstarter. we're not just one good tax increase away

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