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hi, everyone. good morning. today is saturday, the 3 1st of january, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. clean it out. the white house wants gitmo closed at all costs even against the wishes of the defense secretary. >> not everyone at the white house agrees with me, probably on the pace of releases. >> but is closing down guantanamo bay really just transferring terrorists back to the battlefield? the brand new details ahead. >> and mitt romney not running for president and what did he do after his big nounsment? well, a dinner date with chris christie. why is mitt out of the race and who will he support.
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>> oh baby, a decision, to play or not to play. that's the question facing richard short-term tomorrow if his girlfriend goes into labor. and now the mother of his child speaking out. ♪ well very nice. >> that was the seahawks blue thunder drum line and brian kilmeade is live in
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phoenix this morning with a preview. >> wow. >> brian, good morning. >> hey guys what's going on? how cool are they and you talk about seattle, they are all about their fans in the home field advantage. part of it is these guys. fired up each and every game? absolutely. i'm sure they just came from some party tonight. they just walked. in they strapped on heir drums and started pounding away. this is somebody that only anna kooiman can mirror in terms of endurance. >> is that right? i didn't. i wish. coming up, brian. >> some fantastic super bowl coaches mike ditka will be here live. john harr harr bra is going to put on the head coach of the baltimore ravens. tim cook will find out if he will go in the hall of fame. curtis martin in the hall of fame, went to the super bowl, lost. they will be joining us.
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also going to hear about maybe the most patriotic football player/army rangers this generation has ever seen. you are going to get an interesting perspective on him and what he means to arizona and america. >> as a "fox & friends" tradition, brian kilmeade at the super bowl every year with the best interviews and the leadup to the super bowl. it's good to see you out there, brian. >> same here peter. glad to see you in, i look forward to you coming back and forth because i'm on the turf and you have to play on tile. >> we won't slip. >> a light carpet here. >> see you in a brit brian. >> some other stories making headlines to tell you about now. message to isis, if you kill our pilot we will execute all of your prisoners, this comes after the deadline passes to swap a convicted terrorist for that captured jordanian pilot. jordan now doubling down saying if anything happens to him all isis prisoners in their hands will quickly be judged and sentenced to death. including this would be al qaeda homicide bomber isis
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wants released. meanwhile, japanese officials saying they are in a stale meat as they they try to save a journalist. a jetblue flight full of passengers nearly collides with a small plane as it was getting ready to land. flight toward orlando when warning system went off. private plane flying two miles away heading towards them. the quick-thinking pilot was to able to narrowly change course. >> there are planes all over the place more than i needed today. >> the pilot told passengers the other plane was joy riding in his airspace. the faa is investigating. deflate-gate not cooling off as we near super bowl game day. nfl commissioner roger goodell addressing the issue during a press conference in phoenix. >> on the issue of footballs used in the afc championship
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game we he have been hard at work conducting a thorough investigation. as you would expect we take seriously anything that potentially impacts the integrity of the game. >> trying to figure out how did it happen and was it deliberate? all 104 game balls are in possession of the game three hours before kickoff on sunday. change things around. these two hot air balloon pilots just floated into the record books. the american and russian pair are expected to land in baja mexico this morning after flying a nearly 6,000-mile six day journey from japan. that's the farrest and longest anyone has ever flown in a gas blown. they first planned on landing in canada but shifting winds took them way down south. those are your headlines. >> all right. let's talk about what's going on at guantanamo bay.
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many presidents have tried to close guantanamo bay. president bush tried to do it and president obama tried to do it. get rid of the prisoners there all together. there is nothing left so by fiat it ends up having to close down did. but defense secretary chuck hagel just dropped a bombshell on why he may have been forced out of the cabinet position. turns out it all came down to guantanamo bay. >> he says he was a little bit slow to act compared to the way that the white house wanted him to. take a listen to this in his interview with barbara star. >> not everyone at the white house agreed with me. >> on what part of this? >> probably on the pace of releases. >> because you have been cautious? >> because i had the responsibility and i play my own game here, and that is because law i am the one official in government charged with certification of release of detainees. i take that responsibility very seriously.
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>> have you had pressure? >> we've had a lot of conversations. >> with the white house? >> yes. and congress. and the press. >> that's what he is saying publicly. how contentious must it have been peter. >> what a staggering admission to hear from the defense secretary as to the pressure he underwent from the white house. so the price of getting rid of guantanamo bay is getting rid of the defense secretary whom the president once spoke so highly of. now we know the white house is trying to down play the concerns of the taliban five that they swapped for sergeant bo bergdahl even though we now know one of them has already tried to return to the fight. listen to what josh earnst has said at the white house has he, i guess, earnestly tries to defend the taliban five swap. is it credible what he says? >> none of these individuals has returned to the
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battlefield. none of them is allowed to travel outside of qatar. none have engaged in physical violence. in fact, each of them at this moment is still in qatar, and each of them is subject to monitoring and other mitigation measures that limit their activities. >> see that's the other side of it. >> physical violence. so maybe they are not the ones holding the ak 47s and strapping the bombs to their chest at the moment. >> haven't blown anything up yet but we know they are speaking to each other. is it a taliban reunion? veterans of foreign war meeting? i mean are they going to have a birthday party? why is the guy speaking to other folks in the taliban? >> is there a birthday party. >> here is the other side of this peter. this is what they argue. we are watching them. if they talk to anyone, they are going to lead us to other people and other terrorists. we will be watching them like a hawk. we see these five that are out there with any phone call they make, any text mess sack they send, we will round up other people.
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it's good that they are back out there. that is the argument from them. >> that's kind of insane don't you think? how could you possibly make that argument? why don't we just release them all? they can all go to qatar and we will watch them in qatar? >> make good on his campaign promises to close down guantanamo bay and to wind down the war and that's what he is doing. >> from a legal perspective the argument is they have been held for 14 years. they have not been tried. they have just been sitting there for 14 years from a legal perspective what are you supposed to do hold them in legal limbo? >> i don't know. respect for the law or respect for the wishes of congress or former president doesn't seem to be on the plate of this presidency. they can't even call these folks the taliban part of the reason that we went into afghanistan a terror group. look how senator johnson has responded about really why the administration won't call the taliban a terror group. listen to this. >> they have negotiated with
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taliban. they negotiated to release sergeant bergdahl. they are going want to negotiate with them in the future. we won't negotiate with terrorists but we will negotiate with armed insurgents. it's that simple and that obvious. >> it's just a cover for president obama that, you know, this was an okay thing to do the bergdahl. >> don't call them terrorists. we can negotiate with armed insurgents not terrorists. >> armed insurgents sounds like validity to their claims that they're revolutionaries rising up against some unfair government somewhere. maybe we shoulden sending them aid? have we considered that maybe we should be sending taliban some money based on the classification this white house has given. food, you know money whatever they need. >> what do you think about this? friends at foxnews.com. weigh in on this. mitt romney dropping a bit of a bombshell. there has been all of these rumors floating around would he get back in? he is leading in the polls. is mitt romney running in
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2016 a third time? he has come out with this last night about his plans for 2016. he says he is not going to run. but he did say, well, look, the next generation of the g.o.p. well, they need. this take a listen. >> i believe that one of our next generation of republican leaders one who may not be as well known as i am today, one who has not yet taken the message across the country is just getting started may well emerge as being better able to defeat the democrat nominee. >> i don't know. i disagree. here is. why republicans like to elect. tell me if i am totally wrong here. republicans like to elect their presidents after they lost a few times. right? ronald reagan runs loses gets elected. you have -- you have a number -- richard nixon run as number of times loses, wins. >> mitt romney mentioned some of the donors that he was considering throwing his
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hat into the ring for the last two or three weeks he has been getting barbs from every direction even though the polls weren't swinging in his favor. will this make room though for a jeb bush or a chris christie. we heard that chris christie and romney planned to have dinner last night with each other. you have heard christie in the past say we are not just political friends we are real friends. remember during super storm sandy a couple years ago when president obama and christie were hugging on the beach and it damaged things for romney. >> absolutely. american people have weighed in a fox news poll in a primary without governor romney in the race where are the numbers? jeb president bush 15%. mike huckabee we know 13%. rand paul 13%. ben carson the neurosurgeon 10%. walker 9 percent. and chris christie 6%. that is a very very interesting breakdown. >> some names missing on there, obviously marco rubio on there as well.
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let us know your thoughts. go to our facebook page and weigh in. so with romney out officially, who is your frontrunner? who do you think will pull it off. >> huge portion of those votes for conservative candidates. >> coming up on the show, d.c. finally issuing conceal carry gun permits. out of the 66 people that have applied. only 8 have been approved. is the city making the process difficult on purpose? >> and don't party too hard super bowl sunday because come monday, your boss may be planning to test your blood alcohol level? true story.
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conceal carry permits for guns. second amendment isn't necessarily being celebrated by gun right advocates. out of the 66 people that have applied only 8 have been approved. the permit process reportedly so vigorous, so tough that progun groups want to see the city held in contempt of court. emily miller is the chief investigative reporter with fox news washington d.c. affiliate wttg. she has been following this story from the very beginning. good morning, emily. >> good morning. >> let's look at this. 66 applications, 11 denied. 8 permits issued. what's going in washington? is there really an ability for people to exercise their second amendment in washington d.c.? >> well i spoke to the lawyer who is representing people suing the city over this issue.
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he said absolutely not. the reason -- 66 people out of a city of 68,000. this application process is open to anyone in america. 350 million people and only 66 applications? well, it is simply because it is so hard to pass. people just aren't going through it i am. i am one of the people who applied. i have to have a special danger in order to apply. special danger means that you are personally being targeted. you have proof from a hospital that you have been injured or. >> look at what's required to demonstrate in washington. you have to fear injury to yourself and show a special such as evidence of specific threat or previous attacks. i don't want to get into you personally, but is that standard too high according to the lawyers for the gun rights advocates? >> exactly. i spoke to allen yesterday, he is the lawyer, the one who actually took the heller case to the supreme court, very familiar with this
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issue d.c. and gun rights. it's not abiding by the second amendment. judge over the summer when he made his ruling said the reason d.c. had to allow for some carry permits banning all carry permits is unconstitutional. the people he represents are going to take both the contempt issue and hopefully they are hoping that the city held in contempt and has to rewrite the law. >> as a final question, in some states they say once the process goes on they shall give you a permit. in washington, d.c. it says they may give you a permit. >> may. >> quickly that's become the stumbling block for a lot of people. >> exactly. that's what i think eventually the supreme court ask going to handle. six states and d.c. who have what you call as you said, quote, the may issue. in our case it's the police chief who may issue it. and the appeals courts are split on this. i think eventually it's going to the supreme court. >> yes or no, emily. do you think they are going to go to court contempt against washington, d.c.? >> they already have and i actually, whether they win or not i asked alan ger he
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won't guess on judges i think they might win this. >> emily, good to see you. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> coming up, this phone call takes a really disturbing turn. >> health and nutrition how are you today? [screams] >> get up. >> a telemarketer turns into a hero for one woman more than 900 miles at the other end of the phone. oh baby what a decision the seahawks player who needs to decide play in the super bowl or watch the birth of his first son? two parents face off in a fair and balanced debate. a baby debate coming up next.
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quild in a recent military air strike? iraq. abu malik worked under saddam hussein before joining the islamic state. officials say his death will only temporarily slow down the terrorist group's ability to produce chemical weapons. what an idiot. police arresting shaun robinson after they say he impersonated a cop. he used a spotlight to pull over a real officer. the real cop identified himself and robinson later took off. he later surrendered to police. clay to clayton? >> search wondering to play or not to play that's the question facing richard sherman tomorrow if his girlfriend goes into labor during the game. now the mother of his child speaking out. so what would you do? let's ask our guest this
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morning. co-founder and president of xl alliance and former nfl player and co-founder of mission athlete care. they are husband and wife. so, you guys may disagree and get into it a little bit. nice to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> as a former nfl player what do you do in that decision you long to get to that game the super bowl. son on the way. >> big game. now having perspective, both having been a player and having a son and being and going through that process i realize i might be the minority but i don't miss the birth of my child for anything. it's worth 50 super bowls in my opinion. >> even the super bowl? >> yep. >> so lily it's amazing because now the girlfriend has come out and said look, he is he going to play. i want him to be at the super bowl even if the baby comes during the game. i want him to stick it out at the super bowl. is that the right decision. >> i'm so glad she is giving the female perspective and couple perspective. no question that having a child is absolutely the most amazing thing but you need to make the right choice together. if he has been playing his
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entire life to get to this moip moment, i will support the man that i love with the thing that is important to him it will be a great story to tell to our kid later on and something that you makes a a couple together. what does it say in a society when we are talking about absentee fathers and how important if is for a father to be there. you know what? your father couldn't be here because he has to go to work. he didn't find it important enough to be at your birth, he had to go to his job. >> that's the quandary, right? it is a job. actually, in the nfl, a lot of people don't realize that even players look at it as a job. it's not like playing college football where you are playing for the love of the game. nfl players still love the game but it's definite lay job. it's a paycheck. really your little is to whoever wants to pay you more. the unwritten rule being present for the birth of your child is the most
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important thing you can witness more than a football game. >> we have seen other. >> murphy with the methods. >> we had joe flacco as well, the pga star as well, hunter, and both of them made different choices and criticized for both. at the end of the day what i love about that is the nfl is saying they have a family first policy. what we can judge whether the environment in the organization give them the environment to make the right choice. you have to have the conversations with a couple whatever is right for both. he better show up the the day after and help me with the midnight feeding. >> just move the labor and delivery into the stadium. go in there in his gear. >> sure. >> maybe it they can have her have the baby during halftime they have 30 minutes. katy perry hopefully she won't be offended. >> get out to the football field. >> support your husband. >> i thought the tables would be be turned here. i'm surprised. >> well, here you go. who is right lily or chris?
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go to our facebook page this morning and weigh in. is it him or her? nice to see you this morning. enjoy the super bowl. >> thank you. >> chris kyle's brother has a message for michael moore. >> for them to say that they are cowards. that would be like peta calling michael moore a murderer for all cheeseburgers he has eaten. >> >> and a he is not done. jay kyle is next. and a wedding party in for a wild ride after their hot air balloon crash lands in the middle of the street watch this. >> that's not something you see every day. the pilot who pulled that landing off is here live. ♪ this is gonna be the best day of my life. ♪
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what's not you? >> i was just protecting my guys. they were trying to kill our soldiers. i'm willing to meet my creator and ask for every
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shot that i took. the thing that haunts me are are all the guys that i couldn't save. >> chris kyle always saying he never had any regrets. his only regrets were the folks he couldn't save. >> unbelievable. some people seeing this movie. it's about to break records at the box office this weekend. and now texas governor greg abbot has declared monday, february 2nd chris kyle day. >> move over punxsutawney phil no longer just groundhog's day. share the spotlight and everyone is going to be celebrating for the groundhog. >> it's well timed to see that february 2nd is going to be named after this so-called "american sniper" because some on the left have tried to portray him as public enemy number one. all the other brothers sisters, soldiers who do the same thing. now, chris kyle's brother
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firing back at michael moore who basically called him a coward and those who tried to defame his brother. here is jeff kyle. >> just because somebody was killed by a sniper it doesn't make snipers cowards. snipers are -- they are saviors, we have all -- everybody that's been over there and been in that situation was damn proud to have a sniper on over watch. i mean for them to say they are cowards. that would be like peeted calling michael moore a murderer for all cheeseburgers that he has eaten. >> big. [ laughter ] >> i like cheeseburgers now i'm going to swear off on them based on that. you know, that's pretty good. that's a good line. >> last week we had rob o'neill the man to killed usama bin laden on the show. he said snipers like chris kyle saved me. let's connect the dots here, very important job.
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150 kills. most decorated navy kill sniper in history. >> let us know what you think about that go to our facebook page this weekend ff weekend. some other head lines. >> let's go right to those. here is a quick look at that turned into a hero from 900 miles away after she overhears a woman's desperate scream for help. >> american health and nutrition. howe are you today? [screams] >> get off. >> workers at the nevada call center figured out something was wrong. they figured out the call was coming from oregon and quickly called police. >> you can only sit there and visualize what is she going through? god protect her. keep her safe until we get her help. we weren't getting off that call. >> police found the home and arrested the man who tried to smother the woman with sheets and a pillow. it's a violent anti-cop rap video and now new york city officials are are calling for a swift punishment against two bronx public
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defenders for being a part of it. investigators say the two committed serious misconduct by acting in the video and allowing it to be filmed inside their city funded offices. the organization could lose its 2 omillion dollars yearly funding used to provide legal services to those in need. of the two defenders claim they did not know the video endorsed antipolice violence. they are working to get it taken down. don't have too much fun at that super bowl party tomorrow. your employer may decide to test your blood alcohol level on monday? is this for real? happening in atlanta, city workers are being warned they could face random drug screening the day after the big game of the the decision comes after several problems with employees drinking on the job. >> that's why super bowl sunday should be on a saturday. >> that's interesting. got the it? >> still call it super bowl sunday. >> super bowl saturday. >> been calling it for that for years move to to a
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saturday. >> check with rick reichmuth who is outside. hey, rick. >> thank you very much. happy to be back except for cold weather guys. got a little bit chilly here. >> you missed the biggest blizzard of all time while you were gone last week. >> i read about it from the beaches of thailand guys. i feel sorry for you. take a look at the weather maps. tell you what's going on. more snow coming not as bad as the last storm predicted for new york. here are your temperatures as you are waking up. certainly cold it is really windy across the great lakes and the northeast. this is what it feels like across all that area when you factor in that wind. feels like 12 in columbus ohio. 7 in pittsburgh pittsburgh, 9 in d.c. minus 22 in burlington vermont. stay inside if you can snow moving across parts of maine. chilly behind that storm. we turn it upper eyes to this storm developing across the southwest. bringing rain right now across much of arizona. super bowl tomorrow still see a few showers in the area for tonight and the party is going on. heavier rain move across
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parts of the southern plains. that turns into storm tomorrow and monday. already have winter storm watches anywhere you see that blue and winter storm warnings already in effect for chicago indianapolis and back towards des moines. so get ready for possibly up to 10 inches of snow. areas across the mantd and northeast by the time we goat monday. send it back to you inside. >> all right. thanks so much, rick. >> happy to have you back. super bowl sunday is just one day away. that means the world's biggest pregame party started. brian is live in phoenix. he hit the party scene last night. hey, good morning. >> hey guys, first off, i know most people don't talk much about the game. they talk about the parties. so rich, you go to all the parties. real quick we want to see what you did last night. can you compare what you have seen today and yesterday and the day before to what we saw the last time the super bowl was here? >> totally different. when the giants played the patriots i think it was a little bit more upbeat.
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you saw more people. i think last night people were hiding. >> it was a little rainy. here is the party scene through the eyes of big daddy rich del gada. >> hey, it's big daddy and we are hitting the hottest spots in phoenix tonight. the week of the super bowl. we are going to rock this town, baby. >> it's an honor when you introduce an interview of "the voice." sunday fox nfl. >> give you a big hug? yeah, big daddy. and you are like oh i need to talk to you. really? i'm not used to seeing you on this side. but it's great. >> the shot espn excheerleader and the voice of the nfl and mlc. >> christening me right now. >> you are one of my heroes. you are a legend.
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it's my honor to be interviewing you. brianer lacker decided to. hey, brian, good to see you too. >> i hope you have a nice night. i will go there and tear it up for you and drop your name so i can get some drinks. there is no way you with your size should not be sweating when i'm sweating. you got to throw a party. that's how you do it. >> so what parties did you go to rich? >> leather and lace and actually jay glasure's party which was a lot of fun. we got some more parties lee steinberg has a party today. >> right. so you have a few more tonight. this is supposed to generate for the city in three separate areas scottsdale, phoenix, as well as.
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>> glendale. >> glendale about $200 million for this city. >> that's a lot of money. >> yeah. and 30 million it costs to get everything ready for new york it costs about 150 to get new york and new jersey ready last year. so they are hoping to turn a big profit this year. >> that was just to get the toll takers ready back in new york. >> to go back and forth over the bridges. thanks so much getting up and good job staying out. >> you got it. >> back it the studio. in a little while the wildest animals have you ever seen, two of the most famous coaches the nfl has. >> where are these coaches leather and lace? >> no. actual animals. >> okay. all right. very good. >> thanks, brian. >> well, mitt romney won't be making a run for the white house in 2016. there is a better candidate out there. who is it? a man who once worked closely with romney joins us live next. >> and it's a brand new battle of the sexes, who spends more time in front of their own cameras? the selfie study you have
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off their hot bods. >> that's why i do it. mitt romney is out of the race for the white house. massachusetts governor decided against running in 2016. >> i believe that one of our next generation of republican leaders one who may not be as well known as i am today, one who has not yet taken the message across the country one who is just getting started, may well emerge as being better able to defeat the democrat nominee. >> so what does that big announcement mean to republicans still in the mix? here to way in is the former ohio campaign spokesperson for romney 2012 christopher malone. good morning chris, how are you? >> good morning, clayton how are you doing? >> it's peter. >> peter. >> where is mitt romney's supports going going to go now? >> what we saw yesterday was the reflective nature of a
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proven candidate. somebody who looked toward the future of the republican party and understood that it was his time to pass the baton on to new leadership. certainly no prize spo former staffs who understood his thought process and how he was methodically going through. this it leads to opening into the republican field for an establishment alternative, if you will, to governor bush who moved in a very steady fashion establishment political consults. >> i'm on the other side of this. i disagree with mitt romney on this. we were talking about it earlier on the show. republicans like to elect people who lost elections before. there is a long track record of this. richard nixon losing a number of times. ronald reagan losing a number of times. you build up that, i don't know, that face value. that momentum. you learn what you did wrong. you learn from your mistakes. i don't know, going to the young fresh face, i disagree with mitt on this one.
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>> that's certainly your right to do. so i think governor romney, again looked inside both of his heart and his head. and i he understood that this was something while in the pit of his stomach when you receive 61 million votes, you raise more than a billion dollars. your forth right and contemplative about the future and proven right in. he knew in the pit of his stomach and his heart that he probably could run again and have a very good opportunity to be the nominee. but also this was going to be a more daunting challenge than what he experienced in 2012. it was a different shakeup. a different makeup of the field. and ultimately he decided to forego that what was in the best interest of his family and i think the future of the republican party and he should be commended for that. >> governor romney had dinner with chris christie last night. some blamed chris christie in part for governor romney's loss last time. that being said, was the governor's statement this week a slam on jeb bush?
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>> oh, i don't think so. i think, you know governor romney has certainly had positive statements to make in the past about governor bush. he said the same about governor christie. you know, a lot of polling right now shows the fluid nature of this race. governor romney is going to take some time to meet with a number of the presidential contenders moving forward and offer his skillful advice and worthwhile persons. it will be invaluable asset to not only the candidates as they navigate the tough political terrain during the year ahead but also our eventual nominee when they are taking on what would appear to be hillary clinton in 2016. >> former campaign spokesperson for romney. we appreciate you joining us this morning. >> thanks peter thanks clayton. appreciate it. >> coming up on the show one of the five gitmo prisoner swaps busted in talks with the taliban. man who served with bergdahl wants to know why the white house didn't see this coming. his message for the president at the top of the
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hi, good morning, everyone. a wedding party in for a wild ride after their hot air balloon lands in the middle of the street.
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>> the bridegroom and family members when winds let up the pilot firing his burden of proofers high in the sky. forced to land in the street. amazingly no one was hurt. >> here with the story is the hot air balloon pilot phil brant. nice to see you this morning. >> good morning, how are you? >> we are well. glad that you are safe and sound. the wedding party is safe and sound. take us back to what unfolded and why had you to make this emergency landing but in the middle of the street where there is power lines nearby. >> well, hot air balloons can only go where the wind takes them. about 280 minutes into our planned hour long flight we had a change in the wind direction. that change was significant enough in direction that i wasn't no longer going towards my intending landing site. at some point i climbed to
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see if i could find a favorable wind direction and when i found that i was going to the south and west rather to the north and east, i changed my flighted plan. my flight plan then took me -- the new flight plan then took me over the developed area this is a day they would never forget. i imagine they weren't really bargaining for august of this. was the bride turk into bridezilla. was everybody freaking out or did everybody stay as cool as a cucumber. >> i would say cool as a cucumber. the passengers who flew with me two nights ago they had a wonderful experience getting married on the balloon and being a part of the wedding party as well. and the landing itself, they had nothing but positive things to stay about it. we did the best we could for everybody's safety including the people on the ground and the people in the balloon with me. and everybody enjoyed it. >> there is a romanticism to this. this could be dangerous, phil. you said you have done about 7,000 of these flights and a
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few hundred times had you to land in this way that was unexpected. is this safe? hot air ballooning is extremely safe. >> it's been done for 120 years longer than the airplane has been around. dates back to 1783, the first form of manned flight basically people seeing coverage of this landing or any other unusual have no fear. ballooning something safe. >> i always wonder what the facilities are are like. >> thanks, phil. congratulations and we are glad you guys are safe and sound after that, thanks, phil. >> it was my pleasure, thank you very much. code pink protesters interrupting a senate hearing learn the hardware don't mess with john mccain. >> you know, you are going to have to shut up or i'm going to have you regard arrested. get out of here you low life scum. >> when does free speech go too far? we're going to debate it. >> and the seahawks richard
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hello, friends, good morning. today is saturday, the 31st of january 2015. i'm anna kooiman. the white house wants gitmo closed at all cost but was the defense secretary on board. >> not everyone at the white house agreed with me, probably on the pace of releases. >> >> is closing down gitmo really just transferring terrorists back to the battlefield? the brand new details straight ahead. >> and a mitt romney not running for president and what did he do after his big announcement? well, a big dinner dated with chris christie. so why is mitt out of the race and who is he going to support? >> >> and the seahawks richard sherman facing the decision
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of a lifetime. should he play in the super bowl or be there for the bitter of my first son? well, -- birth of my first son. the mother of weighing in. what would you do? go to our facebook peanel and weigh he in right now. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ blue thunder drum line live from super bowl 49 in phoenix, arizona. >> there is brian hey brian. >> that's not brian. >> makeup oon. >> this crocodile -- hey, i
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have got to tell you the wildlife world zoo is just down the road. all right for me to hold this? >> you are doing great. >> he does not like the drumming so, guys put down the bass drums and symbols. cymbals. everyone going to wildlife zoo down the road. one of the merchants benefiting from something the super bowl here. guy survive thee let continuingly, talk about have tim brown here is he going to find out in a few hours if he he is going to the hall of fame the wide receiver for the radars. curtis martin great to talk to him because he played and lost the super bowl for the patriots. mike ditka funny guy and real star of kicking and screaming as well as john harbaugh who is going to try his hand at broadcasting talk about playing and losing to the patriots. that's going to be coming up the next two hours including a great patriotic story and told and well known in the state of arizona that you
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will simply love i hope if i survive. >> while we get to some other news, can you find some ear plugs for that guy. >> holding a a crocodile. meanwhile, go down to guantanamo bay this morning. talk about this, because we are getting some new details about what unfolded. we are all wondering what happened when secretary of defense chuck hagel suddenly pushed out just after coming into the cabinet not that long ago why was he suddenly gone? it turns out according to a new interview that he just sat down with barbara starr he says he basically disagreed with them on the pace of the releases from guantanamo bay that the administration wanted them to make it faster. get these guys out of here. and he was responsible for sitting back and making sure that these guys wouldn't go back to the battlefield. listen to what he had to say. >> not everyone at the white house has agreed with me. >> on what part of this? >> probably on the pace of releases. >> because you have been
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cautious? >> because i had the responsibility and i play my own game here, and that is because, by law i am the one official in government charged with certification of release of detainees. i take that responsibility very seriously. >> have you had pressure? >> we have had a lot of conversations. >> with the white house? >> yes and congress and the press. >> probably because the recidivism rate according to john mccain is about 30% according to the white house less than 20%. either way we have heard that at least one of the taliban members that was involved in the bo bergdahl swap has had some conversations some communication with trying to get back into the fight. we heard josh earnst yesterday saying there has been no physical violence and we are certain that we can mitigate any problems that may arise.
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>> whether it's josh earnst of the white house or jen psaki at the state department, now for the third day in a row, the obama administration cannot call the taliban a terror group. so here the latest iteration last night by rear admiral john kirby the spokesman for the pentagon and how he explains hot taliban is. from a military perspective we consider the taliban in afghanistan a insurgency. yes they use terror tactics and they have used them and will probably continue to use them. they are not designated as such. >> the commander and chief george w. bush back in 2002 did designate them as a terrorist group. so do you follow what the state department says or do you follow what the commander and chief says? >> the state department is the agency in charge of designating these organizations as such. >> so -- >> -- verbal gymnastics
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again. >> president bush declared them a terrorist group. we're not going to listen to the president. we will listen to what the state department has to say. this idea of terror tactics i love this. this group use terror tactics they are not acts of terror. >> the verbal jam nasa sticks are absolutely staggering and also to hear this rear admiral saying well the state department tells us who to regard as terrorists. the state department tells the defense department not an executive order of the president of the united states, not a resolution of congress, not the treasury department who sees differently from the state department, but these are just terrorist acts they are insurgents maybe like the revolutionaries were in the 18th century in colonial america. >> let us know your thoughts on that. we will have much more on that as it develops this morning. headlines for you. >> mitt romney sharing a friday night dinner with
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chris christie this coming just hours after romney announced he will not be running for president a third time. the former massachusetts governor telling america what he wants in the next g.o.p. nominee. >> i believe that one of our next generation of republican leaders one who may not be as well known as i am today, one who has not yet taken the message across the country one who is just getting started may well emerge as being able to defeat the democrat nominee. jeb bush leads the pac with 15%. followed by former arkansas governor mike huckabee. and breaking overnight the cia revealing it was behind the killing of a senior hezbollah official back in 2008. former u.s. officials telling the "the washington post" they worked with israel's spy agency to plan and pull off the deadly car bombing with the blessing of the bush administration. that hezbollah commander was suspected of master minding
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a hostage abduction and bombing that left 29 people dead. the feds are taking unprecedented steps to prevent lone wolf style attacks at the super bowl. police and security personnel now scouring the area in and around university of phoenix stadium. on the lookout for nuclear biohazard and sniper attacks. even halftime performer katy perry's costume has been swept for explosives. right now officials say there are no credible threats for tomorrow's big game. that's because baby you know she is a fire work. >> it's going to be a tough decision for richard sherman his son is due to be born it could happen at the same time as the super bowl while is he in the super bowl. >> super bowl sunday. what should he do? obviously this is a tough -- his girl friend has now come on and said if she goes into labor tomorrow she wants him
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to go and play in the super bowl and come the next day and help out with the baby. you got to play in the baby. >> make that money the cheddar is going to make our life better. people on the other side of the fence say in this society here in america where the degradation of the family is running rampant is this sending the wrong message to his son that he wouldn't be there for his birth? >> earlier in the show we had chris, a former nfl player and his wife lily and they talked about this. >> now having perspective both having been a player and having a son and being and going through that process i realize i might be in the minority but i don't miss the birth of my child for anything. it's worth 50 super bowls in my opinion. >> no question that having a child is absolutely the most amazing thing. you need to make the right choice together. if he has been playing his entire life to get to this moment, i will support the man that i love with the thing that is important to him had it will an a great story to tell to our kid later on and something that
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you makes a a couple together. >> tough decision. facebook as a retired marine married to a marine priority. they have a lifetime together. >> and tony on facebook. i would choose the birth of my son for sure. football is just a game. your son being born is a lot more important than it. >> it's also work. they are getting paid. it's a job for the players. it's not like they are playing at recess time. it is actually a job. >> coach says is he leaving it totally up to him though. >> family first policy. >> brian kilmeade hasn't shirked his responsibilities. he is out in arizona with crazy animals from the wildlife zoo aquarium and safari park. >> those are the hands of the unnamed crocodile of dr. gray stafford. he has been here giving me this 30-pound crocodile and hang on to him for about a half an hour. that mouth is not glued. those are are real teeth
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right? >> oh, yeah absolutely. >> he likes everything except drums and there you go. that is is a crocodile. this is what you are going to see if you come down. where are you located. >> 8 miles from where the big game is going to be played. phoenix, 30 years. arizona's largest collection of exotic animals. 600 cease cease not only including this alligator we have a heel low monster. this is a great. helo monster. very shy timed animal spends most of his life under ground. >> don't find alligator? do they coexist if i put him inside the tank will he do anything. >> they might not like each other. southeast animal southwest animal like my bowl snake. people often confuse with rattle snake a well known arizona native. it imitates like a rattle shake. shake its tail and hiss really harmless. >> she is really freaking out. >> this guy's name is tank. and is he very aptly named
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because tank is an armadillo and he has got this beautiful coat of armor here. >> that's beautiful? >> yeah, he is. >> can i hold him? >> yes. >> those claws are not for harming you, they are for rooting around in the soil. >> it's harming me. you can't eat him had. right? >> out. you want to eat an armadillo he? >> if you are in the desert and you are an armadillo you want to be protected because you can't run too fast. >> sometimes they can ball up like a cantaloupe. this one needs to flat himself against the ground. >> he likes fruit loops much like the person who interviewed president obama last week. >> since you like snakes. take a look at this here. >> this is the most amazing thing. this taper is not full grown. you have got to check this guy. can i pet him? >> sure can you sure can. >> this is from brazil, right? >> it's a brazil taper,
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endangered species and it's a six week old young male. >> he is going to get huge. >> you are doing a great job, brian. >> you are a taper wrangler. >> you put them on turf and they go crazy. this is a python. >> this is a he will bine burmese python. >> he is freaking out. don't watch this. >> do your brittany spears imitation. >> so a lot of exotics. check it out. >> armadillo a helo monster and baby taper. >> thank you. see you in action right here in the valley. back to you guys. we are going to try to sort things out here. >> in the next hour brian will wrestle that alligator please, thank you. >> no, i won't. >> all right brian. thank you so much. 13 members after the hour. coming up, breaking news from joe biden. >> state the obvious, the past six years have been really really hard for this country. >> but it's not obama's
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welcome back who could have predicted it. one of the five high value detainees of the taliban five freed from guantanamo bay in exchange for u.s. army sergeant bo bergdahl has tried to reestablish contact with his taliban associate in afghanistan. this as the taliban claims credit for killing three u.s. military contractors in kabul. retired u.s. army sergeant jordan vaughn served in the same company as bo bergdahl he joins us this morning. sergeant, nice to see you this morning. welcome to the show. >> nice to see you. thanks for having me. >> absolutely. part of the argument from
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the obama administration is don't worry these five guys are in the hands of the qatary government and qatar is watching these guys. what do you say to that? >> well, i think it's a bit obvious what's already going on. they are talking to taliban haqqani network. they are boosting morale at a key time in the conflict. they are calling them insurgents instead of terrorists. it seems like they're making attempts at reconciliation and possibly giving them a part in the ruling coalition of the government of afghanistan. >> you heard rear admiral kirby come out third day in a row where a member of the administration or spokesperson from the administration has come out and said we are not calling the taliban terrorists. yes, they may use terrorists tactics but we are not going so far as to call them terrorists. what did you make of the rear admiral statement. >> you called that government after 9/11 not terrorists the group that did that? i mean they killed the three
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contractors this week. taliban attacked a shiite mosque killing more than 40. it's a joke to not call them terrorists. >> do you think that this president is concerned with the safety of our troops on the front lines right now or he is more concerned with saying that he was the president who was able to end these wars? i see think he is more concerned with saying he ended war. he has a lot of disconnect from the military. his approval rating from the military his actions with bergdahl guantanamo, all these issues is he totally disconnected from the military. i'm not sure if he even knows how to do that. >> what about the other side of this argument which is, look, it's good that these guys are out because we can watch them like a hawk. any phone call they make or text message they send will lead us. send us to more potential doing harm against our men and women in military. what do you say to that argument? >> i think we are already watching them like a hawk
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and releasing them just bolsters the morale of all these terrorist organizations that they are tied to. their comrades are out. they are able to get back in the fight. obviously we can't control them too well. was bo bergdahl worth this swap? >> absolutely not. it's a joke. i mean you trade a private desert iser for multiple enemy generals. it's pathetic swap. >> >> have to leave it there we want to hear from our viewers this morning and go to our facebook page and way in on this story. sergeant jordan vaughn we appreciate you joining us this morning. thank you so much. >> thank you. clayton. protesters just learned this message the hard way. don't mess with senator john mccain. you know, you are going to have to shut up or i'm going to have you arrested. get out of here you low life scum. >> so from westboro to code pink when does free speech cross the line? a legal debated is coming up next.
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john mccain not mincing words senator unleashing on a group of code pink protesters who attacked former secretary of state henry kissinger in a hearing, calling for his arrest. watch this. [shouting] arrest henry kissinger for war of crime. >> you have to shut up or i will have you arrested. get out of here you low life scum. [ applause ] >> from code pink to the westboro baptist church, we have seen these protests all over the country.
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cross the line into criminality. here to debate it is attorney eric guster and constitutional attorney paul millis. good morning. is this kind of behavior aappropriate by code pink folks at congress and what about john mccain's statement? is his statement appropriate? >> well, the code pink wanted to argue certain points. and they have the right to protest. there is a clear definition under the first amendment of the constitution that a person can -- has a right to protest free speech. however, just because you can say it and you can do it does not mean that you should. >> you can't do it in the middle of a congressional hearing. you can't have a protest. i mean, these folks allegedly they were holding handcuffs over henry kissinger. 91 years old. open heart surgery. just had shoulder surgery is that a proper protest? >> i didn't say it was a proper protest but they can. however, under certain -- in certain places you can't do certain things, for example
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taking happened cuffs into a capitol building or a governmental building which is illegal which the d.c. police are apologizing for now. >> okay. what is this about? is this free speech or is this a free for all? >> no. you can't have a free for all. the government has a right to establish time, marriage and place restrictions in terms of speech. this is an office building. this is a government building that's doing business. you just can't go in there and interrupt. you can silently protest. can you hang up a sign. you can do those sorts of things. what they did was interrupt, so shove their view of what they wanted down the throats of everyone else. that's not legitimate preft under the first amendment. >> they have a right to protest. >> they have a right not to disrupt. they have cannot disrupt the proceedings. they have a right it to protest. >> that's what i was saying they have the right to protest but exactly. >> let's frame the issue. we all have a right to protest in this country. we love that right. americans like john mccain gave up years of his life to fight for that right. >> so many people did.
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>> but is this right in terms of what they are doing? i don't think the manner in which they did it was right. >> they should have been locked up, right? >> not for the protest no. i don't think they should have been locked um. they have you had been removed from the chambers, which they were. and just because you can do something is does not mean that you should. >> these folks have been locked up for what they did. >> what they did was to violate the rules of the senate. what they did was to violate the law. this was not a legitimate first amendment protest. they can raise some defenses as they wish. let the prosecutors decide if they're going to prosecute. they should have been locked um. they went one handcuffs behind a 91-year-old man and divided circumstantially to harass him. >> paul says lock him up. eric guess let him go free. it's the right to protest. good debate. smart lawyers on "fox & friends." coming up in the country illegally, here is a driver's license, the right to vote. and now transgender hormone therapy. the brand new policy you won't believe is happening. and, this little girl's love note to a boy in class was
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simple enough. do you like me? check yes or. no but the response she got was none of the above. and now it's going viral. but first, let's check in with our friend eric bolling for a look what's coming up on cashing in this morning. eric, what's coming up? >> say no to b.b. but yes to the supporters of the muslim brotherhood. are are our government's priorities out of whack? who is the biggest filmmaker this week jesse ventura michael moore or the just called "american sniper" kyle a racist? with cialis for daily use, you don't have to plan around either. it's the only daily tablet approved to treat erectile dysfunction so you can be ready anytime the moment is right. plus cialis treats the frustrating urinary symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently, day or night. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions
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on the road again ♪ i can't wait to get on the road again. >> what are they doing to tournament this baby? -- torment this baby? >> baby's faces as they take their first trip through a tunnel. some look like they are just outright terrified. >> like a spaceship or something. >> look at those big eyes. >> my boy was obsessed with tunnels. >> every chance we get to want to go through a tunnel. >> when we were little, we used to try to hold our breath all the way through kind of like you would when you would passed a cemetery. >> you talk about children
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being wide eyed, that's a best demonstration that's wonderful. >> welcome back to "fox & friends" on this saturday morning will. >> morning as hillary clinton do he details 2016 run. disastrous role in libya. brand new audiotapes expose so. infighting between clinton and other top u.s. officials. >> holly henneberg is live in washington, d.c. with the details. good morning molly, what you can tell us? >> good morning to y'all. specifically these once secret tapes obtained by "the washington times" suggest that the pentagon wanted to avoid military action in libya. and thought that former secretary of state hillary clinton was pushing the u.s. into war. to that end, the tapes indicate that pentagon officials opened up diplomatic conversations by an american intelligence asset with libyan officials. under cutting clinton's role as the nation's top diplomat. one of the comments on the tape from the intelligence intermediary regarding pentagon efforts to reach a resolution apart from moore
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says this quote: everything i am getting from the state department is that they do not care about being part of this. secretary clinton does not want to negotiate at all leading the pentagon at the time were defense secretary robert gates and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mike mullen, also on the tapes, the intention asset tells the qaddafi aide that president obama was telling members of congress at that time that libya was, quote: all secretary clinton's matter. back to you all in new york. >> unbelievable. >> interesting stuff. >> all right. some of the stories making headlines to tell you about this saturday, say it isn't so joe. vice president joe biden telling democratic lawmakers the obvious in philadelphia. past six years have been really really hard for this country. and have been really tough for our party. together, it's because together and together we made some really really tough decisions. decisions that weren't at
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all popular, hard to explain. >> so who is to blame for those tough years? not the president. biden says the obama administration inherited all the problems from george w. bush. you have heard that before? even though we are well into the president's second term. however, biden still insists his boss has played the right economic decisions up until now. well, they aren't supposed to be in our country but illegal immigrants who identify as transgender still have a right to hormone therapy that's according to an official with the u.s. immigration and customs enforcement who say that illegal immigrants who started hormone therapy before being picked up or guaranteed treatment inside the united states. the department of homeland security has more transgendered individuals in custody than any other federal agency. students accused of disrespecting their school's american flag a former marine in nashville. saw the children drop the flag on the ground wrap it around themselves and use it
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to play tug of war. the children were disciplined and will be retaught proper flag etiquette. girl sends a simple love noted to a boy at her school. she doesn't get a simple answer. the 1-year-old writing do you like me yes or no? instead of checking off the box the boy tells her he has too much stress in his life and doesn't know himself yet. according to the boy you don't know yourself until you are 18. many fathers telling that same message to their daughters so they won't leave the house. you are not dating. you don't know yourself yet. >> speaking from experience anna kooiman. let's check in with rick reichmuth who is outside in the freezing temperatures. >> 18? >> he will know himself at 18. that's when it all will happen. >> i still don't know myself. do you? >> exactly. clearly not. >> all right, guys really
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cold outside temperatures from many and the wind chill feeling really horrible. all the cold air is bundled in across the great lakes and the northeast. and factor in that wind and feels like minus 11 in boston. 8 degrees in d.c. and 20 in richmond. 14 in charlesston, west virginia. cold air is there behind the storm that brought across the northeast. remember last year before the super bowl? it? >> was beautiful. >> all right rick. let's go back out to brian
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kilmeade. he is sitting down with two of the best nfl players of all times. hall of famer curtis martin in 2015 hall of fame finalist tim brown. brian? >> yep, here are the two guys that managed to get up together for us and for the audience outside o. of course curtis martin and tim brown. he will find out in a few hours if he is going to the hall of fame in canton. i know both of you were nervous. you were there curtis after your second year. what you can expect today? >> you know what? that phone call is everything. and it's almost like you are on pins and needles until you get that phone call. i'm really hoping that my friend. >> i think. >> curtis it you gave one of the most memorable speeches in my humble opinion that i can remember. you talked about your life and what football meant to your life. left's listen to a little sound from that time when you got formally inducted and you went to the microphone. >> by the time i was 15, growing up in the environment that i was in i had so many brushes with
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death. and i remember one distinct time, you know, a guy had a gun to my head, you know. loaded gun to my head. pulled the trigger seven times. god's honest truth it didn't come out. i was too young to recognize that god was saving my life. >> wow. emotional. that moved a lot of people it mofdz me. i was doing my best to hold in my tears that's what you hope to be doing in summer in july. >> that would be great. >> if there is any justice in the world. stats say it happened what you have done in the radars and really important. play in the super bowl. satisfiedly you lost. let's talk about what's going to happen in super bowl 49. your prediction, a lot of people there were watching. >> i will tell you what man, i am not the biggest new england fan for many reasons. >> he is he a former patriot. >> what they're doing is too tough. i know the supposed to be
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all great. they haven't played that great this year as far as i'm concerned. all these receivers that they are putting in different positions and all that kind of stuff. i think it's going to be too tough. >> you think that belichick's schemes can do it. yes. >> curtis your prediction? >> new england over seattle. 35-27 or 24. >> that's your prediction? >> yes. >> you are doing something cool with verizon. each night people get to go in with their #and predict the outcome. and the number of people that say seattle, new england, depending on who says it the lights will go in the sky. tell me about it. >> and the sky will be lit up in that same color. you can tweet the #who is going to win? so far seattle has won every night. i don't know if that's the indication what's going to happen in the super bowl. i think patriot fans need to start tweeting. >> i think seattle is coming out good guys which is totally inverse of last year as oppose to the patriots a team that you started out with and they drafted you.
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>> the night show will be at 7:00 tonight. you can watch the night show on your mobile device on your nfl mobile app. >> cool. let's go on to something else. people talk about belichick failed in cleefl. pete carroll got fired in new york. and got fired, he was your coach. he got fired with the patriots did they get better right mix of players. >> i think pete carroll was before his time. he was trying to implement that culture into our locker room. >> what culture? what do you mean? >> i think it takes a group of young guys. you know, we had a very veteran veteran team. i always knew he was going to be successful. it took the right mix of players and he created that culture. >> i think these coaches. they have to learn too. first time through. but you have to understand wow, i can't treat curtis
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the same way i treat tim. sometimes they don't know that right off the bat. so you know a guy like belichick i'm sure initially he was like everybody he was pointing his finger at. he probably learned you can't point your finger at tom brady. i think that's a big adjustment. >> also brady is better than any test verdicty. i would like to see belichick do without tom brady. we haven't seen that yet. although no one doubts he is he a genius. even though people vilified. real quick about the league. yesterday, i watched the state of the league address in person. roger goodell is getting if from the press. the players are yelling at the commissioner. is the league changing or is players fed up? >> with everything going on players know roger goodell his job is to take care of the owners not to take care of the players. >> gotcha i think that roger goodell and the nfl they are trying to make sure what
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happen with ray rice and peterson. >> they're taking the right steps and hopefully they will get it addressed. >> i don't bring a pen to work anymore. i use the tablet. you have the sony tablet. do you think i should go with the sony tablet? sony experience. >> check it out. light weight feel how light that is, brian. hey, i have 12-year-old twins, the most enduring quality about this thing is waterproof. >> 212-year-old worried about them taking a bath. >> i'm worried about them coming in my office hey dad and spilling something which they have done so far. >> # verizon, go ahead and vote and who is going to win? and tim, thanks so much. i hope you get that call and so does curtis and so does america. if there is any justice. back to you guys in the studio, that's from here in the nfl experience. >> the real reason is because you lose your pen and you steal mine.
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how it effects people and how it effects families. i mean, you know, this kind of rhetoric that's just i mean it's inflammatory and it means people don't take the time to, you know know what ptsd really is it's you know treatable. not everybody who sees combat suffers from ptsd but the ones who do for the most part violence is not part of the equation. and it's also something that when treated is not, you know a long lasting permanent situation for a family either. >> right. absolutely. well, it's good that outrage from folks like you is what got the page taken down and it did not get too much traction. receipt tax thank you so much. >> thank you.
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49 minutes after the hour. coming up on "fox & friends." want to increase your odds of predicting the super bowl? some are looking to the skies and apparently it works. we'll explain. and you are going to get a healthy dose of what hollywood has to offer during the super bowl. kevin mccarthy is here with the previews you need to look out for during the game.
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plus for a limited time, get a free security camera call 1800 xfinity or visit comcast.com/xfinityhome. arizona have been coming from seattle so the seahawks are set to repeat. it's correctly predicted the last three super bowls. and commercial and private jets selling out seats and adding more flights to deal with the demand of fans coming to phoenix. more than 1 million fans are expected to descend on phoenix. peter? >> thank you clayton. during the super bowl, companies will shell out $4.5 million for 30 second commercial space. but with viewership in the hundreds of millions. movie studios are willing to spend those big bucks to preview their upcoming blockbusters. but which previews should you be excited for? kevin mccarthy, fox news
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contributor and founder of -- >> peter so good to see you guys as always. first of all, this is like my favorite part of the game is waiting for the movie trailer. three i'm looking forward to. terminator. it has gone down a little bit since james cammeron left after terminator 2 in '91. i love arnold coming back and being in this action franchise. amelia clark is in it who we all know game of threatens thrones. >> they have the old arnold schwarzenegger from 20 years ago. how does that, would. >> have an older arnold fight a 1984 cgi. i'm iffy on the whole. we're going backwards. the original terminator in '91 looks better than most movies today. james cammeron had some kind of magic schtick where he was making a great movie at that point. i'm interested in seeing it. the trailers aren't great
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yet. >> you are happy and furious 7. >> the trailer you are about to see is the original trailer. they haven't released a game day spotted yet. i love this franchise over the top and these cars are to parachute out of an airplane. it's absolutely ridiculous. i love how it embraces the ridiculous nature of it paul walker tragically passed away. i'm interested to see how his brothers caleb and cody stepped in to it finish the film for him. interested to see how that plays out. >> jurassic park still looks better than the modern movies. jurassic world we are going to seenchts jurassic park looks better than the effects in this movie. hopefully they finish -- look how cheesy that looks. interested in seeing this movie. chris pratt from starring in the role takes place 22 years later after the original jurassic park. executive producing. i think it looks interesting and be fun. overall i think t. those are the three you want to look
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out for. >> those are the three to look out for during the game. >> i would go to a prehistoric sea world and see a giant thing like that. >> i would too. >> follow him on twitter a lot of fun. going back and forth. >> at kevin mccarthy tv the battle between chris pratt and chris evans on twitter having a super bowl battle. star wars versus captain america, man. >> honored to be on the couch. >> more information in two minutes. we will continue to keep you out a little bit. (melodic, calm music.) hi this is conor. sorry i missed you. i'm either away from my desk or on another call. please leave a message and i'll get back to you just as soon as i'm available. thank you for patience at this busy time. join princess cruises for stargazing with discovery at sea. enjoy cruises from $499 during our 50th anniversary sale. call your travel consultant or 1-800-princess.
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his stunning new interview. >> and mitt romney is out of the race for the white house and what did he do after that big announcement? well a dinner date with governor chris christie. and wait until you hear what donald trump is saying about all of in this morning. >> and think she is perfect? think again. move over kate upton. what is the science about what really makes the perfect woman is just in. >> did she forget your name? can't even talk. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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speaking of beautiful. >> that's right. great show today. >> one day away from super bowl 4 the. brian kilmeade out there in phoenix, arizona with some cheerleaders. good morning. >> got a tough assignment, brian. >> >> making his way to the field. >> there you go. >> what's going on this morning? >> well, i will tell you what, we have, of course the patriot cheerleaders, these ladies have been with us seven times. they have had a chance to come down on "fox & friends." traps tradition to be there. special thanks to the team winning and getting you here. it's been a great night. in the black, of course is blue thunder. they have been here in the morning. they don't need any rest. they just put on sun glasses and able to get away with it. here to play all day long. john harbaugh getting a little bit of makeup because you don't want the coach to be shiny on the show. coach of the ravens coming
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up shortly. later in the show mike ditka. more importantly you you have two fine support teams out to make "fox & friends" viewers even more pumped up about the big matchup coming up in about 24 hours. >> great. can't wait for that and in studio we have last-minute ideas for finger foods and cocktails for your super bowl party. bloody mary. >> brian kilmeade has a tough assignment with all those cheerleaders down there. thanks brian. >> a student under arrest after a bomb was found in a tennessee high school's bathroom. a staff originally found the device on a handrail. 900 students were evacuated while the bomb squad was called in to safely detonated it the student was charged with possession of an explosive device and reckless enendangerment. also this morning disaster averted. a jetblue flight full of passengers nearly clyde with a small plane while it was landing. flight toward orlando was ascend ising toward new york when its collision system went off o. private plane flying two miles away headed directly
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toward them. the quick-thinking pilot was able to narrowly change course. >> airplanes all over the place. unneeded today. >> the faa is investigating. and oh, baby, to play or not to play. seattle seahawks quarterback richard sherman could have a big decision to make if his girlfriend goes into labor tomorrow during the super bowl. but now the mother of his unborn baby boy says no question sherman should play in that game. just head for the locker room as soon as the fourth quarter ends. that's her advice. and these two hot air balloon pilots floated in the record books. the pair was expected to and there baja, mexico this morning after flying 6 now, mile six day journey from japan. the longest anyone has ever flown in gas balloon. first planned to land in canada but shifting winds took them way down south. those are your headlines. >> a bombshell new report this morning about
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guantanamo bay. secretary of defense chuck hagel didn't have too long of a time when he was in the cabinet. he was there for a short amount of time and pushed out. we were all wondering what in the world unfolded behind closed doors. now, in a new interview he sat down with barbara starr to tell her that he felt pressured to release guantanamo bay detainees faster as the white house was pressuring him. he says he didn't want to go that fast. listen to him. >> not everyone at the white house agrees with me. >> on what part of this? >> probably on the pace of releases. >> because you have been cautious? >> because i had the responsibility and i play my own game here. and that is because, by law, i am the one official in government charged with certification of release of detainees. i take that responsibility very seriously. >> you have had pressure? >> we have had a lot of conversations.
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>> with the white house? >> yes. and congress. and the press. >> and we have had a lot of commentators on to say it's a joke to say that these are not high risk terrorists. that it's okay for them just to, you know go to qatar or wherever and they are not going to return to the battle field because the recidivism rate according to john mccain is 30%. the white house says it's a lot lower than that, less than 20%. either way we now know one of the five in that swap for bo bergdahl has had communication with the taliban. >> we know that the federal government now says they are merely insurgents. they are not terrorists. although we know historically over the past three or four years in afghanistan, 80% of the civilian casualties have been caused by the taliban. the world's insurgent group. non-terrorists. >> let us know your thoughts on that. many of you are weighing in on this next story which is 2016. who will be the republican nominee for 2016. a lot of people thought
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would mitt romney do it again? he gotten a lot of donor support. high in the polls. leading the rest of the candidates. he has come out last night and said "i am out. i am not running for 2016 for the presidential nomination of my party. we need a new, fresh face he said. take a listen to mitt romney. >> i believe that one of our next generation of republican leaders one who may not be as well known as i am today one who has not yet taken the message across the country, one who is just getting started may well emerge as being better able to defeat the democrat nominee. >> and you know who is responsible for mitt romney not running? >> no. >> he is claiming responsibility. >> donald trump. donald trump is claiming responsibility for mitt romney dropping out. you remember his comments last week in iowa. he said mitt, you know, failed. he choked. >> yep. >> we can't have him running again and he also slammed governor bush. he said we can't have another bush in there, no
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way. here is his tweet though last night. he said this about mitt romney. i will take full credit for mitt romney dropping out of the race. looks like he won't be endorsing trump any time soon. >> certainly gets some headlines, doesn't he? he also tweeted this when i broadly proclaimed mitt would choke and do it again everybody said y., he is right. >> he got a large applause out there in iowa. >> donald trump said the same thing last monday on "fox & friends." watch this. >> he really blew it the last time. he was, -- you know, he had it made. he could have walked in office. most people in the republican party would have won that race. that was a race that was meant to be won. we had a president who was doing horribly and in the last month, i don't know what happened. he choked. >> only governor romney knows why he really dropped out o. he made some statements as to why he dropped out. but the truth is donald trump is an opinion maker. and he has got some influence in america in terms of what he says. >> mitt romney's wife of
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course said that. no way. not going through this again. >> big question this morning, too, is who will get that support that romney had? will it make room for jeb bush and chris christie. >> look at that poll. jeb bush sits at the top. take romney out of equation, jeb bush is at the top of likely republican nomination poll receipt now. you remember what trump said last week in iowa and i'm quoting. he said: you can't have bush and a lot of people applauded in the audience. he said the last thing we need is another bush. and he said that would be a big problem for republicans. >> what's going to happen instead of governor romney chasing votes, all of these other republican contenders are going to be chasing mitt romney for his endorsement as all the political pundits try to unearth and decipher what he was really saying in that statement. because it can be read a lot of different ways. >> he we asked you what you think. now that romney is out. who is your frontrunner. >> i want someone who is not for common core, amnesty.
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israel and not afraid to say radical islam. the best man for the job is ted cruz, she says. >> sandra on facebook writes governor huckabee has prior experience as governor and speaks from the heart. he reminds me of president reagan morals, values and integrity comes to mind. >> scott walk everywhere or marco rubio. >> jeanetta on facebook would love to see trey gowdy run. he seems to have the guts to say something. >> what about paul ryan? i haven't heard that name lately and mitt romney, of course picked him as his running meat. i wonder if he would throw his support behind him. >> a lot of people are talking about governor bush who in some way becomes the frontrunner. >> so, this is when it starts to get fun right now. >> all right. go to our facebook page weigh in on your thoughts ff weekend on facebook. >> when it comes to calling out our enemies one president didn't mince any words at all. >> a greater risk lies in appeasement. and this is the specter our well meaning liberal friends refuse to face that their
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between fight or surged. if we continue to accommodate. continue to back and retreat, eventually we have to face the final demand the ultimatum and what then? >> and today america may have arrived at another time for choosing. so what can president obama learn from president ronald
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reagan? dr. sebastian gorka is chair of military theory at the marine corps university. good morning dr. gorka. >> good morning. good to be with you. >> have relost our way in this country. have we ignored the lessons and dictates of ronald reagan? why do we call terrorists merely military insurgents? >> well, our brave soldiers and marines haven't lost their way. it's the political elite. we are under a vale of political correctness that is out of control. we seem to think that declaring victory means that you have won, pulling out your troops means you have won. and we seem to think that negotiating with groups that wish to destroy america is going to work. you can't negotiate with totalitarians, whether they are communists in the kremlin whether it's adolf hitler in bunker or whether it's jihadists. and this administration does not understand this kind of
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war. >> what is the lesson of ronald reagan with regard to this kind of war and how do we get back on the right footing in terms of the threat that america faces in this global war on terror? >> the greatest lesson is that this is a totalitarian ideology. just like communism just like fascism, we are facing totalitarians. this time it's islamist jihadis and the first thing we need to do differently is to talk truthfully about the ideology that drives them. we can't talk about the fact that it's poverty or lack of education. that's ridiculous. if that were the case, half of india would be terrorists. it's an ideology of global domination of recreating the caliphate the theocratic empire of islam. if you are not allowed to speak truthfully about the enemy, how are you going to defeat them? as sue said very
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famously-thousand-dollar sands of years ago to win a war you must know the enemy. we have to get political correctness out of our analysis of this enemy. >> the need to identify the ideology seems to be clear. what seems unclear, dr. gorka is the motivation behind this white house failing to identify this ideology what on earth could they be thinking we are not going to say islamic jihadism. we are not going to talk about total total i remember. what's the harm over time? >> the harm is huge over time. because you literally cannot win a war. if you are banning your fbi agents, your soldiers, from learning about the ideology of the enemy it's going to be very hard to defeat them. why is this happening? combination of reasons. we have naive liberal idealism. we have an executive that doesn't believe in american
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exceptionalism. we have secular elite that refuses to believe in the existence of evil and evil doers. if you don't believe that the communist forces of the cold war or the fascists of world war ii are evil, how would we have defeated them in the same is true today. >> dr. gorka wib final question in one sentence if you could how do you define the military theory of the obama administration? >> fantasy. alice in wonderland. >> dr. sebastian gorka. thank you so much for sharing with us today. we hope you come back real soon. >> any time. >> coming up, a university cancels all classes for the first time in 100 years to discuss, get this topic, white privilege with the entire school. but is this dialogue really bringing people together?
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rise and shine everybody. some quick headlines now. talks between jordan and isis now deadlocked after the deadline passes to swap a convicted terrorist for a captured jordanian pilot. jordan sending a message to isis if you kill our pilot we will execute all of your prisoners. and should teachers be
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allowed to use deadly force against students? texas lawmakers now proposing a new law that would allow teachers to fight back or even kill a threatening student on school grounds without fear of prosecution. clayton? >> over hundred years since indiana in university had cancelled. family and staff could participate on depaul dialogue in bias and white privilege is that a reason to shut down school? here to talk about campus reform. nice to see you this morning. >> this was mandatory initially with emails being sent out and i will read to you from one of these emails sent out from the school to the students. students who do not attend on the 28th will not be able to register for the fall classes or walk at commencement. it sounds like a threat. >> yes. so originally this was a man can a tore event. but the administration withdrew this mandatory and
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just told students that they should attend. but students should have every right to be angry that their classes, the ones which they paid for and oftentimes took out loans for were cancelled. we hear this type of frustration all the time about leadership institute campus reform. students just immensely frustrated that the administration is imposing these types of events, imposing these type of ideals on these students while neglecting basic responsibility to teach them job skills. >> was this event meant to bring students together, unify them and did it do its job? it was unfortunately this idea of talking about racial issues is a positive one. the university made a critical mistake by telling students that they must look at their piers in peers inn. terms of characteristics instead of having an event promoting the respect and diligence of all people regardless of their race sexual orientation, they decided to instead have this
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members of a group instead of individuals which is poisoning academia and society. >> what unfolded in this event? from what i understand students are supposed to get together and talk about microaggressions. if they were asian american they were supposed to get together and explain what happened to them. take us through what actually unfolded at this thing? >> that's correct. the majority of this event has students break up and talk about these ideas of microaggressions. now, this is basically this concept that people -- that every day situations reflect the heart of racism. so but unfortunately this is basically of how this person feels after these interactions. there is no clear ideal what this really means. feelings are objective we are supposed to assume people have ill intent. how can we possibly get around this. >> didn't we hear about microaggression on harvard's campus as a result of soda streams being set up in college cafeteria?
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s. >> this idea of microaggression is getting out of control. >> unbelievable. laura clark, campus reform. we appreciate you for joining us this morning. >> thank you for having me. >> coming up on the show, this phone call takes a disturbing turn. listen. >> american healthcare health and nutrition how are you today? [screams] >> get off. >> how a telemarketer became a hero for one woman more than hundred miles await a minute brian is down in phoenix gearing up for super sunday. brian, who do you have coming up? i know that guy. >> right here to my immediate left too busy in super bowl xlvii to talk to me. he had a team to coach. john harbaugh will inform you what to expect from super bowl 49 and, coach, true or false you will tell me something that's never been heard before by fox news viewers about copying in the super bowl and what's needed. >> true i will do that. >> he is going to be an analyst for this game. i will help him out. first off get a coat like mine. get rid of this one okay?
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making cow art. >> attached the camera to a drone and flew it above his fields. >> then he drove a feed truck around and strategically dropped food to form a smiley face. he said we have happy cows in texas. >> i first thought those were cockroaches. >> i i thought it was like ants carrying something around. you can't tell it's gattle. >> a lot of time on his hands. >>ed you -- udd early incredible. >> a tell it marketer turns into a hero from 900 miles away after she hears it. >> american health and nutrition how are you today? [screams] help me. >> get off. >> workers at the nevada call center obviously knew something was wrong. they were able to figure out the call was coming from oregon and quickly called police. >> can only sit there and visualize what is she going through? god protect her.
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keep her safe until we get her help. we weren't getting off that call. >> police found the home and arrested this man who tried to smother the woman with sheets and a pillow allegedly. talk about a wild ride. a wedding party enjoying the view from a hot air balloon in san diego when the wind suddenly shifted forcing the pilot to land in the street. we spoke to him earlier on "fox & friends." he says the wedding party actually enjoyed the insane landing? >> the landing itself, they had nothing but positive things to say about it. we did the best we could for everybody's safety, including the people on the ground and the people in the balloon with me. and everybody enjoyed it. >> i think i would have turned into a bridezilla for sure. phil has been flying hot air balloons for 2 a years and has made hundreds, he says unexpected landings. hundreds. remember the terrifying notion of big brother watching you from george orwell's 1984? >> this is no longer war. this is cold blooded murder.
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>> well, workers in sweden are one step closer to that kind of strange society. a tech company has given their employees the option of having microchips embedded into their hands to access the building. they can pay for food and access the coffee machine with the chip. >> why not just build an app. on their smart phone? >> i would rather chip. >> have it embedded in your hand. >> beauty is in the eye of the beholder. i know you want to look at this. supposedly a new study finding out the perfect woman. it's basic little princess kate. duchess of cambridge. the study found out it's coming out of the united kingdom. they found that dark hair, green eyes and a slender body is what elm bodies the perfect woman. >> she has to be smart, college-educated a nonsmoker. it's a perfect combination. and the duchess is a near perfect match. the future queen is often called the epitted tomorrow
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of grace and style. >> you can see that. >> we had all the kate upton video where did that go. >> that's a lovely picture. i didn't think that was the picture -- >> -- i thought we were going down a different road. >> rick where is the kate upton video. did they steal it? >> it will be back. don't you worry. you know it will be back. >> it is incredibly cold across the northeast. coldest air we have anywhere in the country right now settled in around the great lakes and the northeast behind us. take look at the maps and see what's going on. temps are cold really windy day. wind chill feels really cold across the mid-atlantic and in towards area of the southeast. get ready for a very cold one. you want to stay inside if you can. a little bit of snow left over from maine. storm bringing rain and mountain snow across the four corner states and heavier rain across texas and oklahoma and more snow. that becomes a snowmaker. look at this this big stripe where we have winter weather advisories. winter storm warnings in effect and wishted storm
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watches across places of new england and new york. the warnings are in effect. going to start tonight into tomorrow across much of that central stripe where you see all the pink. some areas seeing up to a foot of snow. take a look at what one of the models is doing over 10 inches of snow in chicago and detroit. that will spread in across the northeast. 12 to 18 inches of snow in new england and some in new york as well as we get to monday. back to you inside. >> all right. take a look at your screen. we have got two individuals. one of them is a super bowl champion and one of them is a world class broadcaster. let's see if we can get which one of the two is going to be hosting this segment. can you pick them? >> let's send that to brian our world class broadcaster. is he sitting down with head coach john harbaugh who is becoming a broadcaster this weekend. >> yeah. but not quitting his day job, peter. i promise. thank you very much. you are sure going to be coaching the ravens. >> i hope is. >> even if the gig goes well
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you are not quightd: >> that's right man. >> you have a great message at the end. i have got to ask you, you know these coaches pete carroll and got the closest to beating the patriots. many people thought you had that game including me watching it break down if you would for us outside oars, first off i tell you are coaching against belichick. what do you expect? how do you prepare? >> expect everything. expect anything. they are very craivel. they will find a way to create a big play down the field for sure. main thing both these teams have to do is stop the run game. they will pack the box. they figure those corners can play those receivers outside and defend big running backs. >> you have issue with the formations in the end. you are in charge of the final drive. all of a sudden they are going out and we won't bore people with the details by pointing to the guys and saying the running back is ineligible. you as a coach just got to to know how to scheme against it the referees were relaying to you in ho is ineligible and eligible. the patriots knew there would be confusion and they bankd on that.
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is that fair? >> i think it's part of football. the main thing is that you count on the officials to give you a chance to operate. to find the eligible receivers and figure out how you are going to play the defense. that's what fair to the players. i don't think they did a great job of that they are trying to figure out still how to get that done and hopefully get it done sunday. >> your advice to pete carol is prepare for what you can't prepare for. something is going to happen unscripted. they like to push the rules. >> absolutely. everybody does. they will be ready for everything. anything can happen on or off the field and they have got to overcome it. >> pete carroll is on your ledger. you have to play him on sunday. how does john harbaugh prepare? what could you expect. >> i'm more worried about russell instead of carroll. carroll is going to put himself in position to make plays. between wilson and marshawn. stop those two guys from running the football first. keep the safeties deep. and make sure action throw over top of them. >> we will see what happens. do you have a prediction. >> i think it's going to be a great football game. a wild bold affair. >> are you mad at belichick.
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>> no he is a great friend. >> you saw him recently. i was at the state of the league address. he we were just talking about it. the commissioner getting blistered not just from the players that i can remember but from the media essentially saying why do you still have this job after an hour of questions. with all the problems had, including the ones with you guys and ray rice. what responsibilities does the team have and what is on the commissioner and the league? >> i think he was in a tough spot. we all were. domestic violence issue was -- caught us off guard a little bit. it caught us all off guard. if we admit that and understand it we can do a lot better going forward. we did our best but it wasn't good enough. it's a societal problem. we are at the forefront sometimes in sports. let's be a leader and get out front and see if we can make a difference. i think we can do that. >> you are going to be a broadcaster. i look forward to you and tony dingy watching. coach, you are a patriotic guy as i mentioned patriotic family, what are you doing with the usaa. >> we are doing great stuff. nfl and uas a partnering up with military families to
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create experience at football games and practices. we have families come to our practices the kids get the chance to run around like these kids and have fun at practice and games making a difference in their lives. i'm proud to be a part of it. >> we have a 6-year-old between 6 and 8-year-old and we said cheerleaders were here. he didn't care. when i said john harbaugh was here, he almost fell. >> what you are not saying is that the 13 and 14-year-olds are are over there with the cheerleaders. >> that's absolutely true. they couldn't care less about john harbaugh. >> coach,. >> my pleasure. >> i heard you forgot your belt. can i give you my belt. >> please give me a belt. >> i don't want an international audience seeing you without a belt. >> now i have to run to macy's. >> both sides. >> i go both ways brown and black. that's a trivia question. thanks coach. >> back to you guys in the studio. >> coach knock it down two notches though. >> oh. >> not true. what size is your waist? >> 35. >> 5. >> what's yours? >> none of your business?
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[ laughter ] >> get to work. >> the president says he wants to secure our border so why are border agents secretly being asked to roll out the welcome mat? former national deputy of border patrol ronald coburn here to explain why these policies will be a catastrophe. that's next. first a look what's coming up on america's news this morning. >> hello, everybody. i'm uma pemmaraju coming up an noon eastern america's twin astronauts kelly from houston talk about a cutting edge experiment send one of them off the planet for a full year while the other is monitored closely back here on earth mission to see how far we can push theth hemoglobin human body from mars and beyond. join us.
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welcome back, back in november, president obama said his first priority on immigration was to remove
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genuine threats to our security. remember this? >> we are going to keep focusing enforcement resources on actual threats to our security. felons, not families. criminals, not children. gang members, not a mom who is working hard to provide for her kids. we'll procedure advertise prioritize just like law enforcement does every day. >> new training documents given to immigration officials tell a different story. agents are are now being asked to actively search for illegal immigrants who might qualify for amnesty. doesn't this make it harder for them to secure our border? >> joining us now is former national deputy of the u.s. border patrol ronald coburn. nice to see you this morning. what do you make of these new revelations about these internal training memos basically asking immigration agents to kind of cherry pick who might qualify for amnesty? >> i think you could pick your cliche on this one, victory lap, nell in nail in
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the coffin. noses in it if anything the layers being removed are layers of securing america's borders. and this has been going on actually since 2009. incrementally. first with funding, then with resources. and now with policy. it's making social workers out of our law enforcers. away from the borders ports of entry and looking for dangerous criminals and instead looking to find ways to keep law violaters in the u.s. a person that is a foreign born national violating u.s. laws has a better chance of walking out of a courtroom than a u.s. citizen would at this time. >> well previously illegal immigrants the burden was on them or their lawyers right, to say that i legally can be here and not ice officials is this almost like the irs telling people oh maybe you might qualify for this deduction or this
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exemption? >> that's a good analogy. and also it still is against the law to enter the united states illegally and remain here without permission. it's just that this current administration is basically saying we can't make law enforcers look the other way. we can tell to you look for ways of releasing them after you have arrested them. and there are ways of doing. this lack of funding lack of bed space and certainly a lack of will in this case. >> i want to talk about the burden on american taxpayers in all of this. how much of a burden is it to the american taxpayer? >> this will cost additional billions of dollars to the american taxpayers. within 24 hours, most of these people that potentially will now be released because of this administration's policy will be on some sort of social welfare benefits within 24 hours. >> in 24 hours. >> ronald coburn former national deputy chief of the u.s. border patrol. thanks so much for sharing your thoughts on that story.
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good insight there. >> my pleasure. >> thanks, ronald. up next the life of a prayer. meet a veteran benefiting from pat tillman's legacy and surprise for him. we are live at the super bowl. that is next. aflu... ...with the power of three medicines to take on your worst pain and fever cough and nasal congestion. it breaks you free from your toughest cold and flu symptoms. theraflu. serious power. with the help of comfort keepers, i'm keeping my mom healthy! i'm keeping dad on schedule. i'm keeping my mom happy! comfort keepers in-home professional caregivers can provide meal planning and preparation, health and wellness services
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back out to brian in phoenix with a special story about an american hero. good morning. >> hey, thank you very much. good morning to you. you know, there was a time in america when military service was mandatory. when yogi berra got drafted with the yankees. it's a different type of story that happened and it was a bit
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of a throwback. it mixes sport and serving in the military a legacy that lives on. >> you cannot celebrate an arizona super bowl without celebrating the life of pat. arizona state star cardinal's stapd out. >> how is the type of person who things like honor and integrity really meant a lot to. he was sort of this great combination of tough and sweet. >> closing in on a multimillionaire contract tillman shockingly stopped playing for the cardinals. >> it kind of makes sense. >> two years after signing up, he would lose his life. falling to friendly fire in afghanistan. that was probably one of the worst days of my life. it just was so shocking.
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you didn't think a guy like pat was going to die in war. >> through the tears came a determination to keep his name and legacy alive, through the pat tillman foundation, include ing this center. >> this is an incredible legacy we have. to have a tie to someone like pat tillman. our responsibility is to help make a smooth transition from the military to the academic environment and then come alongside them and make sure they're connected to the right resources to earn their degree. >> a big success, but the foundation continues to thrive outside this building. patch run attracts thousands annually. brings in millions. providing boundless opportunities for so many veterans in need. >> the part of him that you know, gave up a lucrative career because he knew it was the right thing to do and he marched to the pete of his own drum and i think that's the kind of legacy
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we're trying to move forward and live on. >> and that legacy is living on. want proof? meet john wagner. former navy s.e.a.l. and now, wants to be a doctor. the foundation helping him out. doing great things for the foundation. jay thanks so much, guys for being here. >> thank you. >> the transition to the real world to this world, wanting to be a doctor is great. what has the foundation done for you? >> the foundation is an outstanding organization of people. they provide a financial gift to help us. >> because you don't walk out of being a navy s.e.a.l. a millionaire. being a doctor is an investment. >> it certainly is. being mentioned with pat tillman is a true honor and it's a wonderful gleszing being surrounded by so many people trying to carry pat's legacy
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into the future. >> and they provide a big transition emotionally. no one tells you what to do every minute of the day for the first time in a decade and you have a lot of free time so they understand that. now, jay pat tillman, what did you know about him and why did you say i got to take part in this? >> such a physical football player. a beast out on the field. a guy had everything in front of him was willing to give it up to go serve his country. somebody that i want my kids to know about, emulate. we've been a part of the tillman foundation and doing the runs. i bring my wife and kids and do the run every year. try to be involved as much as we can just to say thank you to people like john for serving our country and being willing to sacrifice their life like pat did. >> the bond between athletes an the military is unbelievable. you guys together, football, soccer, you see it.
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now, jay you didn't just stop here the to hear john's story and tell everybody pat tillman. >> are you going to the game? >> watching. >> you're here you need to go to the game, dude. hold on, i think we got a little surprise for you. we got a couple of super bowl tickets here. you want to go to the game? >> absolutely. >> here you go. we got some super bowl tickets for you. >> good job. >> you have somebody you can bring along with you? >> it's very nice for you to come along and do that. >> don't think me, nfl by extra points card, they've been awesome. i kicked for them so we just wanted to say thank you for your service and everything you've done for your country. >> you would think being a s.e.a.l. is enough, but why not being a medical doctor. thanks so much. good job.
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back the you guys in the stud yoi. tell us what's coming up next. >> coming up he spent six years following mitt romney's every move. so, what does the man behind the documentary miss think of romney abandoning a 2016 run? and what happens when money just falling into your lap? strange inheritances. is there one in your attic? zpl let's see.
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free to fight again? >> and he spent six years following mitt romney's every move, so, what does the man behind the documentary, mitt, think of romney abandoning a 2016 run? he's going to join us. >> and chris kyle's brother has a message for michael moore. >> to say they're cowards. that would be like pita calling michael moore a murderer for all the cheeseburgers he's eaten. >> fox and friends hour four starts right now. our crew is just asking
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kind of demanding, we want to see more cheerleaders. >> brian killian is part of that great fox and friends tradition leading it again there. he's a water boy. ♪ >> simmer down brian. right now, i'm going to look for the blood to come out of my ears again. sounds fantastic and there's a sense in this country that we can't get together on issues. when we can get the seattle seahawks drum bands together, when we talk about these guys and we can get the new england patriots cheerleaders together and they can sit side by side and pretend to tolerate each other, i think as a nation that we can come together. doesn't it give you new hope? >> seahawks america -- >> solidarity. you brought america together, just in moments. incredible. >> we got mike ditka coming up
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and these guys got to finish. also going to have a chance to meet the patriot cheerleaders. been with us for seven year every time they make the super bowl, they report for duty on fox and friends. >> they come there just to see you. more cheerleaders, mike ditka straight ahead in arizona. thanks. >> we want to tell you about this. going to get straight to this news alert. firefighters are battling a massive storage facility fire in the williamsburg section is of brooklyn, new york. broke out just after 6:30 this morning. smoke can be seen from neighborhoods in manhattan. at least 440 firefighters are on the scene battling freezing temperatures to get the flames under control. we'll bring you more details as get them. a top chemical weapons expert for isis killed in a recent military air strike in iraq.
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malik, who worked under sad m hue san, is dead. this will only slow down the group's ability to produce chemical weapons. the feds are taking steps to prevent lone wolf style attacks at the super bowl. more than 7,000 police and security personnel scouring the area around the stadium. on the lookout for nuclear bio hazard attacks. even katiey perry's costume has been prepped for explosives. and don't have too much fun at that super bowl party tomorrow. your employer may decide to test your blood alcohol level on monday. it's actually happening in atlanta, folks. city workers are being warned they could face random drug screening the day after the big game. the decision comes after several problems with employees drinking on the job. >> this is why they should move
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it to saturday. all right. let's talk about guantanamo bay this morning because a new report on this morning about secretary of defense chuck hagel. we were curious why was he pushed out so quickly? what happened behind the scenes. we're getting insight into what happened and it came down to guantanamo bay. in a new interview with barbara starr, he reveals he was slower on getting some of the detainees out and the administration wabted him to move faster to get them out. listen. >> not everyone at the white house adprees with me. >> on what part? >> probably on the pace of releases. >> because you've been cautious? >> because i have the responsibility and i play my own game here and that is because by law, i am the one official in government charged with certification of release and
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detainees. i take that responsibility very seriously. >> have you had pressure? >> we've had a lot of conversations. >> with the white house. >> yes. and congress. and the press. >> further evidence that wants to make good on those campaign promises to end the war and close guantanamo bay no matter what. >> and so now, we see for the third day in a row, this administration failing, unable to call the taliban a terror group. here admiral john kirby, the pentagon spokesman stepping in with the white house. taliban is really a terror group or something else. >> from a military perspective, the taliban and afghanistan as an armed insurgency. as i understand it the state department has not designated
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them as a foreign organization yes, they have used tactics and will probably continue to use them, but not designated as such. >> but george bush in 2002 did designate them as a terrorist group. do you follow what the state department says or the commander in chief? >> the state department is the agency in charge of designating these organizations as such. >> we spoke to dr. gorka to talk about those comments. and more. listen. >> brave soldiers and marines haven't lost their way. it's the political elite. we are under a veil of political correctness that is out of control. the hum the huge over time because you literally cannot win a war. if urbaning your fbi acts, your soldiers, from learning about
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the ideology of the enemy, it's going very hard to defeat them. why is this happening? we have naive liberalism and also we have a belief that there is no such thing as evil. we have a post modern secular political elite that refuses to believe in the existence of evil and evil doers. >> and this pernicious veil the professor was talking about has been laid over the memory of chris kyle. in death, he's been defamed time and time again even as it's about to break box office records, but now, texas governor greg abbott is stepping in so this monday february 2nd will be chris kyle day. >> you talk about some people who come out and vilified chris kyle calling him after watching the film, a coward. of course, the film is now
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praeking all kinds of domestic box office records. the top grossing war movie bypassing saving private ryan, which earned $217 million. >> but even beyond the notion, we look at the heroism and courage rewarded to the late chris kyle and so to call him a coward and to characterize all of his brothers and sisters in arms who did the same thing and other things by extension, that's not american. that's just not. and so, it's good to see governor abbott stepping up. >> right and the criticisms have been that all those who served in the armed forces like chris kyle are -- they're all for war and that this movie glorifies that. well, can you imagine being a sibling of chris sil the most decorated s.e.a.l. and having to deal with this?
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well, he was on sean hannity's show last night and he's firing back. listen. >> just because somebody was killed by a sniper, it doesn't make snipers cowards. snipers are, they're saviors. we've all, everybody that's been over there and been in that situation was damn proud to have a sniper over watch and for them to say that they're cowards, that would be like pita calling michael moore a murderer for all the cheeseburgers he's eaten. >> hannah writes, thank god for texas. all-states should get on board. >> and the more michael moore keeps whining about chris kyle, the more people are going to support chris. >> folks like chris kyle are always going to be heroes. those like michael moore on the other hand, will always be zeros. heroes to zeros spanning the
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american -- >> yeah. let us know your thoughts. >> comments. >> coming up here on the show, he spent six years following mitt romney's every move, so, what does the man behind the documentary, mitt, think of romney abandoning a 2016 run? he joins us live, next. and we'll find out who he's going to follow for the next six years. ♪ thanks for the ride around norfolk! and i just wanted to say geico is proud to have served the military for over 75 years! roger that. captain's waiting to give you a tour of the wisconsin now. could've parked a little bit closer... it's gonna be dark by the time i get there.
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welcome back. he's been a front-runner every presidential poll but mitt romney says he won't be running for president again in 2016. >> i believe that one of our next generation of republican leaders, one who may not be as
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well-known as i am today, one who has not yet taken their message across the country, just getting started, may well emerge as being better able to defeat the democrat nominee. >> our next guest spent six years filming mitt romney and his family for the documentary called mitt. >> craig was kind enough to take time off from promoting his new movie to talk to us about this breathtaking news. good morning. how are you? >> i think you in many ways understand mitt romney better that be a lot of people. why is he stepping up in this race? beyond what he is? >> i think we sort of learned not the take politicians at face value. that there's always some alter yor motive.
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in this case i think mitt romney means exactly what he's saying. i was privy to a lot of behind the scenes conversations and there's an earnestness and sincerity that he has about serving his country. we've got as you know, in the movie that premiered a year ago at sun dance so behind me is a shot of park city, where the festival is going on now. a year ago, we premiered the film and in it there were a lot of things that a lot of people found surprising. he appeared to be an authentic person. so when he comes forth and says i think we're trained in the media, i think he's probably is smart enough to assess his chances, looked hard and carefully. i think it must be alluring to him given his poll numbers and i
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think he just came down, he would do more harm -- already willing to throw their money behind. of course comes down to money. so, do you see already, from donors and supporters from mitt romney to any of the other candidates. >> you know, that's hard to say. i think that both jeb bush and mitt romney would occupy the same political space. for moderate republicans. not sure it's exactly true. there's a lot we had in contact, we were making the film that were big senator rubio fans and so i think it would be foolish at this point to say all will run to jeb bush and rubio. i think there's a battle about
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to play autoond there's ging to be a lot of jockeying for mitt ice money. >> you mentioned the supporters what about romney. chris christie last night, which is you know, christie said hey, we're friends real friends, not just political friends but a couple of years ago on the beach in sandy christie was hugging obama and that didn't fair so well. who do you think he will be spoth something. >> i have no idea. i have no idea. i think -- mitt has always struck me as someone that's very careful. sometimes, that has served him well and sometimes as a candidate, we've wanted him to be more spontaneous and impulsive to show that side of him that we saw behind the scenes, but i think his prudence will win out and he'll probably assess the field much in the same way that we'll assess the
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field. >> the final quick question, greg, what can the other candidates learn from your film about mitt romney about how they should be running for president and how they should be responing to the tension and crisis in such a candidacy? >> i love that question. i think it's easy if r us to sit back and coach these candidates. even many sitting here, i'm not on tv every day and i start running through all the things i want to say and it's so difficult to be authentic and trans transparent. however, we are living now in a particular news cycle and social media landscape that requires a level of transparency and authenticity. john adams said anybody running for public office has an obligation to disclose and open up their personal life and as offensive as sometimes that might feel to these candidates, it's unfortunately, the price of poker.
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and one of the things that i think we learned in making this film about mitt romney, mittmovie.com just a couple of day s days ago, we uploaded some deleted scenes. one is about george romney and you'll get a sense of just how much things have changed and how people run for president, but one thing has remained constant. that if you think somehow find a way to be who you really are, that seems to be what the american people will reward. so, for anyone running for president, democratic or republican, i not only believe you have an obligation, it will be to your advantage to show us who you really really are. >> thanks for being here. >> can i mention the film i'm working on now? >> what is it called? >> well it just premiered one year after mitt we premiered a new film, most likely to suck sed oond we've got a website.
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mltsfilm.org. in the same way we shifted the perspective of mitt romney, we're shifting the way people see education. >> we'll all take a look. >> see you. >> thank you. coming up here on the show, what happens when money just falls if your lap? strange inheritances. is there one in your attic? >> she'll have your searching. >> come on, jamie. >> was she just in my attic? push your enterprise 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.
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unmanned rocket putting a weather satellite into orbit. it will track the water in the earth's soil. the launch is delayed by wind. and fox business is on a new adventure. jamie is taking us across the heart land in search of how real americans are impacted by their strange inheritances. >> like what should you do if you become heir to a coin that could either be worth millions or a few cents at the vending machine. >> george walton's 1913 liberty nickel is declared a fake. >> just a piece of junk. >> a piece of junk? who you, did you think to yourself, what if it's real? >> you always wonder, but i wanted more to find it was real for uncle george. >> joining us now is the host of
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strange inheritance, jamie great to see you. >> uncle george. thank goodness for uncle george. this guy went from owning a nickel to a multi-million dollar fortune, but the credit sefs declared it a fake and said if you sell it, you're going to prison. the story behind that one is interesting. this episode airs on monday at 9:00 p.m., we're on monday through thursday on fox business and the it's the most suspenseful one i've seen so far. it's a nail biter and the man who owns the nickel, he just wanted to preserve his uncle's reputation. the federal reserve had a rogue employee who had stamped off five before they went to the buffalo head nickel. >> these are great shows. i watched a bunch of them this past week and your show premiered, it was the highest premier rating on fox business channel ever. so how did it come about, people know you as one of the great anchors or correspondents
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an accomplished lawyer. how did the show come about? >> you know helping families with inheritances and personally about inheriting great family heirlooms. it's not so much about the money value, although clearly, there are some winners. for example, on monday, this is another episode of bonnie and collide, actually holding fire warms, i got to see the whistle antique road show, but with a little "dateline" because the story telling the is really beautiful. we found generations of material and also, great artie tactk facts, great items. i was on a pt boat. i wrestled an alligator. but when you see me in the field, it's down and dirty. they gave me the glove, surgical glove to protect me some sal
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salmonella salmonella. it came about songs i heard strange inheritance. everybody could have one. >> like constitutions in their attics. >> watch on the fox news channel tonight, too. >> i'm going to be doing a live facebook chat as well. my first at 8:00 p.m. this is the information for fox business. if you don't have it, demand it and the show because of the families. i can't imagine these families not having their stories told. >> thanks welcome back. >> so good to see you dpis. >> 25 states in eight months. >> chicago mayor rahm emanuel had strong words about his red light camera system. >> follow the law nobody's above the law. slow down, period. >> turns out he's not practicing what he preached. is it government hypocrisy?
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>> and he's a three-time champion on the field in sochi. mike ditka thinks will win tomorrow's game.
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hillary clinton delays our
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announcement for 2016 run. new details revealed about her disastrous role in libya. brand-new audio tapes exposing some of the fighting between clinton and other officials. >> live in washington, d.c. with details on this case. good morning molly. >> good morning. specifically these tapes wanted to delay military action in libya and thaukt hillary clinton was pushing the u.s. into war. to that end the tapes indicate that pentagon officials open oed up diplomatic conversations by an american intelligence asset with libyan officials, which was undercutting clinton's role as the nation's top diplomat. here's one of the comments on the tapes from the intelligence intermediary regarding the pentagon's efforts to reach a resolution apart from war. >> everything that i'm getting from state department is that
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they do not care about being a part of this. the state department and clinton has no, she doesn't want to negotiate at all. it's been very bad. >> leading the pentagon at the time were defense secretary robert gates and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, admiral mike mullins. also on the tape, the tells the gadhafi aide that president obama was telling members of congress at the time, that libya was quote, all secretary clinton's matter. >> wow. live in washington. thanks so much. >> and further stories making headlines this saturday now becomes a hero from 900 miles away after hearing this. >> how are you today. >> the workers of the nevada call center knew something was wrong. they foupd out the terrifying
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call was coming from oregon and called the cops. >> can only sit there and visual visualize what she's going through. god protect her, so we weren't getting off the call. >> police arresting this man who say tried to smother the woman with sheets and a pillow. >> rahm emanuel said take his own advice. here's what he said about the city's new red light cameras during a summer lecture. >> follow the law. nobody's above the law. slow down. period, non-stop. >> guess who's motorcade racked up 17 traffic violations over the last three years? emanuel says he's still following the rules because he's paid every ticket. a community rallies behind a georgia walmart greeter after he told, he is told not to wish customers a blessed day. managers of the blue ridge store silencing james phillips following just one customer complaint, but once word got
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out, the community held a protest, bombarded the corporate office and bombarded the retailer's facebook page with comments. >> response, some would say you're a nice fellow and i said, if you see anything good in me, it's the lord. >> managers have reversed the decision, so phillips can still wish people a blessed day. >> how could anybody be offended by that? unbelievable. let's get outside to rick who is freezing out there. what is it it, like 10 degrees? >> it's up to 14 and it's windy, so it feels much colder than that. take a look at the maps. really, the only extreme cold air we have in the country is across parts of the great lakes and into the northeast. 56 in caribou, maine and the wind is kicking up. minus 2 in philly minus 2 in harrisburg. 3 in buffalo. it's also dwri now.
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after the storm mooued through, just a windy, dry day, but we're watching this next storm developing across the southwest across the southern plains and it is going to become a big snowmaker, likely the biggest we've seen so far this year in places like des moines and chicago and detroit. 13 inches in chicago, so get ready for that. it starts tonight. winter storm warnings in effect and sunday night into monday, winter storm watches for new york city up to boston, so another round on the way. >> all right. thank you. now, we're going back to brian, live with nfl hall of famer, mike ditka. brian. >> and university of pittsburgh alum nis along with myself. we have a lot in common, brian. >> absolutely. you're both fine tight ends while you wear that business suit, clayton. joining us now one of the most famous faces in sports. he's come tating, outstanding coach. welcome back to fox news. >> good to see you, brian.
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>> first off, coach, you won super bowl super bowls as a player and coach. what means more? >> as a coach, you put the whole organization together, you've got a general manager, scouting department it's when you do it as a coach, i mean, it's so much more fulfilling. >> you keep all the trophies? >> oh, yeah. >> who weet the giants and shut them out in doing so, which still it hurts me, coach. >> they shut out a lot of people. >> i want to talk about this game in particular. you said three weeks ago, seahawks, no one could beat them. what happened? >> i thought the way green bay played, the seahawks were a great team. they played defense the way you're supposed to. nair your face and they're going to challenge you every step of the way. after watching new england i really am amazed they got a lot of guys that people don't know their names, but they played good football. they run the ball by committee.
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brady is fantastic. belichick, i think it's going to be a good game. >> you don't forget about the people that played. you were a player and you know a lot of the guys that used to play this game are hurting. it's a multibillion dollar industry now but it wasn't when you played. had a job in the offseason that paid you more. what are you doing with gridiron greats? >> we're not the answer but we are part of the solution and we're doing a good job. guys say as a former athlete, former player, he needs help. whether it's financially, medically, whatever, he needs help and then this is what's happened and you know, the league's got to step up and provide that help. right now, we're providing a lot of help because we raised money through the gridiron greats and it's helped a lot of people. >> they did a study of 4,000 players and find out that 42% can't work because of their injuries they sustained. 61% say they have trouble adjusting to every day life and
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89% said they would do it all xwen. >> the e appearance is fantastic. i owe my whole life to football. it's a great sport. >> and you were saying in terms of what you can do you're going to put your rep tag on the line for those who used to play and the it's all about prancercize. >> she's in her 60s and she's a wobd spirited lady and item'm going to dance with her at the draft if we can raise $100,000. >> videojuice.com. give a dollar, ten, a hundred. just to see the coach prancer prancercize. >> one time, i was an all-time famous dancer at the nightclubs in chicago. >> really? did not know that. >> when i was young and dumb. >> on a serious note, you're very involved and care very much about this country and the news. you said the world war ii generation would be handling this war on terrorism differently. >> get rid of them.
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just wipe them out. nobody likes war. nobody likes anything to do with it but where would this country by without what we did for the german japanese? those people were doing something wrong in the world and the world would be a different world today if we wouldn't have stopped it when we stopped it and because we were the guard yab of the world and still are to a degree and what's going on in the world today is not good. because the people, that are perpetrating this stuff are trying to destroy this country. and what we stand for. >> a lot of people don't understand that. >> i do. >> you've seen a lot. it's great what you're doing. help the gridiron greats. wasn't a billion dollar industry then, but they're hurting now. >> 12,000 a year. >> he's up at 5:00 watching us every day and we appreciate it. back to you guys in the studio. >> i want to see. >> me too. >> thanks a lot. some good news a bill to
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help fix the broken va. bad news though, a federal workers union is trying to block it. major pete breaks it down next. >> first, let's check in with neil. >> a top military leader saying stop avoiding it and stop calling our enemy for what it is. >> is being two bc putting our safety and economy at risk? and so much for the break at the pump. some lawmakers now calling for you to pay more when you drive. and it is nothing to do with hiking the gas tax. we're following your money on the cost of freedom in just a few minutes. we'll see you.
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youn ons who don't want crooked employees held account abl and within seconds, your
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e-mails started pouring in. this one caught our attention. the va is losing good people due to this bill. it is indirectory punitive and takes away the pensions of supervisors if problems arise far below them. so, is the reform bill really to blame for the so many of the problems of the va? let's ask ceo of concerned veterans of america major pete, what do you say? who's to blame for this? is this a good bill, a bad bill? are we going after the bad apples as we should to make sure veterans get the care they need? >> the bill that passed last year he's referring to is a very good bill. not a bulletproof bill but it's good and moves things in the right direction. he's talking about people that would be leaving. no one's been fired yet. that's the irony. at the department of vet ran s aerans
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apairs, they're supposed to be given more choice and providing more accountability, but veterans are still waiting and not getting the kind of choice they deserve and senior executives have not been fired for the wait time scandal in phoenix, so the perception might be that people could lose their pensions, but it hasn't happened yet. >> and no one, you testified, you worked day and night still workday and night to protect veterans. i helped carry 5,000 e-mails down to congress you say there's a choice card giving veterans the opportunity to get service and care. but the choice card doesn't work. >> you still have a call an 800 number and they tell you whether you get choice. they're being very limited in what's being called the geographic distance, about whether you've waited too long. so veterans are waiting on hold talking to someone and they're
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say ing saying you don't qualify, even though they feel like they live more than 40 miles away. they're still not getting choice and you know why? and the veteran is empowered to go to a private facility nothing's going to change, so you'll see reform for groups like ours pushing the va further to give real choice because right now, these bill are a accept in the right direction. >> in the last ten seconds what's the solution going to be on this problem that our viewer wrote in about? >> more accountability. all the way down the pipeline to create a culture of excellence within the va and more choice. until the veterans have a choice, the va has to o compete for their business, they're never going to hustle the way a private entity does, so more choice, more accountability and more transparency so the veterans know how long they're waiting. >> thank you. great fox news contributor, good to see you.
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what goes better with super bowl sunday than wings, bloody marys and puppies? >> the tailgate challenge. good morning, guys. what's going on? we've got wings bloody mary mix, wonderful dogs in our puppy
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tournament. what do puppies have to do with great wings and great bloody mary mix? >> in honor of nfl tailgating parties, i decided to come together with matt perry from long island best wings.com to form the first merged annual tail wagging/tailgating party that brings awareness to puppy dog adoptions. we are inviting people. this is a real wing competition with a trophy and everything. >> we've got three chefs all competing in this. tell me who you are. >> brian from bruce brothers grill. basic sauce with the murph's bloody mary mix, siracha and horseradish cream sauce. >> excellent. what's the next set of wings. whose are these? >> they're mine.
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these bloody mary wings. we kicked it up a notch. when you get your wings you have your bloody mary shot. >> excellent. >> chef, good morning. >> good morning, i'm lindsey king. these are mine. hot and spicy bloody mary mix with siracha maple syrup, butter. >> bloody mary mix used for wings, right? >> in these wings they have terrific wing recipe but they had to use the murphy's famous. >> do the puppies eat the wings? that's not a good idea, right? >> it's all about coming together with friends and family. and puppies. >> we are having the super bowl wings, the puppies. it's all about coming together.
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>> our friends have been hanging out with these puppies. >> they like going around in circles. and they are hungry for wings. they've all been attacking anna so they have good taste in women. >> how do people find out information? >> they are from furr babies, two long island-based puppy adoption agencies. today we are having the wing challenge with the murphy's party, go to bobby industries.com. >> how does that help these beautiful puppies? >> it brings them homes and can bring happiness to someone's home. >> what's the kind of love that goes into the wings? tell me what you have to do with the wings. how do you prepare the chicken? >> yeah a beer batter in mine and salt and pepper both sides. i feel the crispiness is the
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most important part. >> love. >> i use a dry rub before. >> more of "fox and friends" coming right back. shopping online is as easy as it gets. wouldn't it be great if hiring plumbers, carpenters and even piano tuners were just as simple? thanks to angie's list now it is. we've made hiring anyone from a handyman to a dog walker as simple as a few clicks. buy their services directly at angieslist.com no more calling around. no more hassles. start shopping from a list of top-rated providers today. angie's list is revolutionizing local service again. visit angieslist.com today.
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cheerleaders, give yourselves a round of applause. >> i hope they win, but it will be a great battle. >> you need to get a neutral crowd going. >> your first super bowl. >> this is my second year with the team and we are ready to cheer on this team to a spectacular win and bring the crowd more spirit than there already will be at the super bowl. >> and yell over the blue thunder. back to you guys. we'll talk to all these guys all these ladies a little more after the show show. >> great job today. we'll check back with you tomorrow for more super bowl coverage. we've got puppies. are you taking one home? >> yes. all ten. bye, everybody. our worst fears realized. one of those taliban members released just caught trying to reconnect with the taliban. is this more proof letting these bad guys go a real threat to
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our safety and our economy? hi, everyone i'm brenda buttner. this is "bulls and bears." here they are. welcome to everybody. releasing prisoners from gitmo putting our lives and livelihoods at risk? >> yes. there is

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